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County gets on board with single transit provider

Visalia pumps the brakes on TCAG proposal to consolidate Tulare County’s six transit agencies By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Public transportation in Tulare County is better than similar-sized areas throughout the country. In fact, it may be a little too good. A study of Tulare County’s transit systems was completed in June by SBLB, […]

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Lindsay moves forward on Prop 218, Mid Valley dispute unresolved

Lindsay sets a Prop 218 hearing for Oct. 8, still in midst of resolving $390,581 dispute with Mid Valley Disposal By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Residents in Lindsay will have to do a little trash talking if they want to oppose an increase to their refuse rates.  Last month the City of Lindsay decided to […]

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Councilmembers punch own tickets to fundraisers with public funds

City Council approves policy to spend public funds on tickets to fundraisers; increase amount of available funds for each council member to attend more events By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Attending events is one of the duties of elected officials everywhere. Groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, award ceremonies, school visits and fundraisers are part of their weekly, […]

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Sheriff to dedicate roadway to late deputy this week

Deputy Jeremy W. Meyst was killed on Christmas Eve 2013 while transporting inmates to Visalia Jail @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Sheriff Mike Boudreaux will be dedicating a stretch of county road this week in honor of a deputy who was killed on the job nearly six years ago. Sheriff Boudreaux will unveil the Deputy Jeremy […]

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Tooleville connection details reveal $1.1 million project

Exeter water plan shows City would need to add 1,323 gallons per minute to connect Tooleville to water system, take care of their own By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Exeter all but accepted their water master plan two weeks ago. The plan gave them a detailed look over what they need to fulfill water demand […]

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Lindsay Hospital District responds to consolidation, addresses relationship with City

After a Kaweah Delta consolidation study, funding concerns with the City the Lindsay Hospital District reiterates their stance on independence and notes relationship efforts with City @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Nearly two months ago the Lindsay Hospital District, along with others including Kaweah Delta appeared in the news. Discussion arose of a study by QK inc. […]

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Lindsay appoints new clerk after prolonged discussion

Jack Urquhart was appointed city clerk in a 3-2 decision from the council relieving finance director Bret Harmon from the role as he become interim city manager By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The Lindsay City Council has managed to pave the way for current finance director Bret Harmon to shed his role of city clerk […]

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Deputies incidentally find, bust honey oil lab

Deputies bust a honey oil lab after initial call for child endangerment in Terra Bella @TheSunGazette TERRA BELLA – What was a call for child endangerment turned into a significant drug bust in Terra Bell last week.  According to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office, just before 9 p.m. on Aug. 14, deputies received an anonymous […]

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Lindsay tables clerk decision, Harmon to be interim city manager

City Council puts brakes on appointing new city clerk which would free current clerk, finance director to take on interim city manager job after Zigler departs Aug. 31 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay City Council knows they are going to have a new city manager in September, at least on an interim basis. But […]

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Three Rivers hotel closer to start line

Residents voice concerns with water, climate change, tax rebate surrounding Sequoia Resort and Spa By Anthony Ferranti Reporting for The Sun-Gazette THREE RIVERS – The Three Rivers Memorial Building was packed last Wednesday night for a town hall meeting with an agenda full of local issues. The largest project, in both scope and interest, was […]

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