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Exeter closes deficit for upcoming budget

Council releases earmarked police vehicle replacement dollars within the general fund to close projected $109,000 deficit By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Over the last four years the City’s general fund has had trouble making ends meet, and next year’s projects seem to be no different. “The general fund is not growing, it’s struggling and stagnant,” […]

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Exeter residents feel frustrated after two weeks of low water pressure during peak hours

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Exeter residents have been putting pressure on the City’s public works department demanding answers for low water pressure throughout the city. Unfortunately there has not been an answer that satisfies them.  “We’ve been trying to communicate to the public, but our answer clearly isn’t good enough,” public works director Daymon […]

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Tulare County native Jennifer Gomez starts as Farmersville’s new city manager this week

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN FARMERSVILLE – While former Farmersville city manager John Jansons had to acclimate himself to the trials and tribulations of the small rural town, new city manager Jennifer Gomez will feel right at home.  “I’m really excited about being in a small community and addressing the concerns the employees have and the business […]

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Farmersville names new city manager

Jennifer Gomez takes over city in time to oversee $17 million expansion of waste water treatment facility By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville hired a new city manager just in time to start the largest public works project in city history. At its April 23 meeting, the Farmersville City Council appointed […]

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Tulare County Board of Supervisors issued a letter stating the County is diluting voters in minority/Latino voting communities, lawsuit is pending

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Early last month the Tulare County Board of Supervisors received a letter from the Law Offices of Melo and Sarsfield who are working with The Delores Huerta Foundation. Together they are claiming the County of Tulare has illegally diluted, “The minority/Latino voting community as applied to how board seats are […]

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Potential new production well placement at the soon-to-be sports park leaves City Council uneasy over optics

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The Lindsay City Council moved forward last month to convert the Lindsay Municipal Golf Course into a soccer park with several soccer fields. Unfortunately the place might not be so pristine if they choose to build a production well on the corner of Tulare and Sequoia. At their latest meeting […]

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Lindsay at least a year away from County fire services

City manager Bill Zigler says Lindsay is likely a year away before knowing if Tulare County Fire Dept. services benefits Lindsay By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The days where Lindsay police officers have to also fight fires could be numbered, but nobody really knows what that number is. Lindsay City Council voted in favor of […]

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Tulare County Library branches in Lindsay, Exeter help people begin the citizenship process

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Not everyone would link citizenship and library services together, but that is exactly what the Tulare County Library is doing at their branches. Thanks to a program of the California Library Association supported by the Library Services and Technology Act Tulare County libraries were able to gather a Book to Action […]

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Alumni Park ribbon cutting commemorates generations of EUHS graduates and how they give back to the community

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Members of the Exeter Union High School Alumni Association have built an outdoor throne room befitting of their Monarch heritage. On April 19, the Alumni Association dedicated the city’s newest park that was funded, envisioned, designed and constructed by Monarchs.  Dean Sutton, president of both the alumni foundation and the […]

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