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Eddie Valero is first District 4 supervisor from Orosi since 1984

Eddie Valero begins touring District 4 in order to fully grasp community issues prior to taking office in January By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The results have been in for nearly a month now. And while runoffs are getting ready to go outright winners are ramping up for their job to be. At least […]

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Exeter waits to see potential problems facing city’s water infrastructure

Exeter city manager Adam Ennis relays to city council potential problems, plans with their aging water system By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The residents of Exeter were left without water for a night three weeks ago when a broken water main on Kaweah Avenue near the water tower was under repair. As a result people […]

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Lindsay outsources dispatch full time, finds new engineering firm

City sheds cost at dispatching positions after hiring TCSO to cover dispatch full time, votes to hire QK, Inc. as Lindsay’s engineering firm By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – When citizens in Lindsay call 9-1-1 for help they’ll be hearing a different voice than they used to on the other line after last week’s July […]

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Tulare County Planning Commission deadlocks over cannabis ordinance

Planning commission votes 3-3 on change of cannabis ordinance countywide, moves to board of supervisors without recommendation By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – While cities throughout Tulare County are seeking to cash in on commercial cannabis, the County of Tulare is not ready to buy in. Late last month the Tulare County Planning Commission deadlocked […]

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AutoZone set to break ground on a new location in Woodlake within a month

By Nancy Vigran Special to the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE – AutoZone is due to break ground on its new Woodlake store within about 30 days, according to city manager Ramon Lara. Lara reported at the July 9 council meeting, that the final agreement was in place and the AutoZone corporate office was ready to move forward. […]

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Ambulance district is back from the breach

New manager Peter Sodhy steers turnaround for district after Exeter District Ambulance falls out of compliance with county contract By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Exeter District Ambulance was one month away from losing its contract to provide ambulance service in Tulare County when a new manager was able to bring some much needed stability to […]

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Farmersville City Council plans to consider allowing cannabis dispensaries in town, expresses their concerns over deliveries

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Cities up and down the Valley have had pot on their mind lately. The question of the day has been whether to allow the commercial cannabis industry into town or not? The next question is then what type of cannabis business are they willing to allow. […]

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Water main leak on Hwy 65 leaves Exeter businesses and residents dry on Friday night and Saturday morning

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Water has been the bane of Exeter’s existence in recent months, and things only got worse for some residents and businesses last Thursday and over the weekend. According to interim city manager Eric Frost, a water main under Highway 65, also known as Kaweah Avenue, near the Smith Food Mart […]

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Lindsay council budges on pot, still excludes retail

Lindsay City Council votes to put proposed cannabis tax rate on November ballot for manufacturing and testing cannabis businesses By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – While Lindsay prohibited commercial cannabis within the city limits over a year ago, city administration said there was still the opportunity to change course and allow for certain cannabis businesses. And […]

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City’s general fund is projected to carry over a $61,000 surplus by the end of 2018-19 fiscal year

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay City Council unanimously voted to pass finance director Bret Harmon’s 2018-2019 fiscal year budget, last Tuesday, June 26. While the budget has a clean look that is easy to read and understand, all that was realized were the challenges the City still faces over their finances.  When Lindsay residents […]

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