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council holds talks ON sales tax, pot

By Paul Myers and Crystal Havner @TheSunGazette farmersville – Cities are being pushed into a corner over sales tax and marijuana this year. More and more cities in the Valley are experiencing a lack of revenue they need to help fund infrastructure projects, replenish reserves or give raises along with cost of living adjustments to their […]

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Board keeps PACE despite realtor concerns

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN tulare county – Realtors and contractors collided during the Tulare County Board of Supervisor’s July 11 meeting last Tuesday when the Board was considering whether to allow for multiple Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs in unincorporated areas. PACE is a program that helps homes and businesses finance energy upgrades such […]

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Residents hammered by air in water, question district increases

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN lindsay – Residents in Lindsay have been hammered down by air in their water system lately. When they go to turn on the faucet or shower, they’ve been hit with an unwelcome and painful force of water and air. And with additional pressure on the system with 100-plus degree days, the […]

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Letter to the Editor: Exeter residents can help fund the Chamber by buying local

Dear Editor, Although I didn’t make it to the City Council meeting last week in support of more city dollars for our Chamber amongst the downfall of the city budget, I can’t help to wonder what we, Exeter citizens can do? The budget needs more money. How can that happen so that we can give […]

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Letter to the Editor: Chamber, Dial-A-Ride are unfortunate casualties of financial stagnation

Dear Editor, I am honored and humbled by the trust that the City Council and the people of the Exeter community place in me as City Administrator. I love this community and I am committed to doing exactly what our City logo says – Preserving, Protecting, and Promoting Small Town America. Preserving what Exeter is, […]

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Lack of quorum stalls Exeter ambulance board

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – Those hoping the Exeter District Ambulance Board would take a more hands-off approach to overseeing the public ambulance company have been granted their wish. But, as always, be careful what you wish for. The special tax district’s board is down to two members following the recent resignations of two […]

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Lindsay man killed by gunshots, LPD still on the lookout for shooter

@TheSunGazette lindsay – As of Monday, July 10 Lindsay police are unsure where one man’s killer could be after they responded to a shooting on July 5 at approximately 10:54 p.m. On that night police were dispatched to a report of a gunshot victim located at a residence in the 100 block of North Cambridge […]

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EUSD set to save on energy costs

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Summer is hitting full force this year with weeks of 100-plus-degree heat. For those who have to take time outside to do their job, the weather is near unbearable. But the Exeter Unified School District (EUSD) will soon cash in on future woeful summer days while protecting their employees […]

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Exeter Unified School District steps up to stop suicide

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – In early March of this year the work of a Fresno County Deputy Coroner, Clovis Unified school psychologist and Exeter Unified Director of Special Education and Support Services Aimee Miculian converged to save the lives of three girls contemplating suicide. The convergence of law enforcement, Clovis Unified Schools, and […]

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