Monthly Archives: March 2019

Sunday Reading 3/31/19

The following links are just news items and opinions that pass my desk throughout the week. I don’t necessarily support or advocate any of the items, they are just interesting reads. How Spring Cleaning Can Help Manage Stress, According to … Continue reading

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Prevent Mosquito Bites

Dump Standing Water Today Rain, rain go away! If you listen closely, you just might hear your neighbors singing this song as winter, followed by spring rainfall placed Northern California at 104 percent of normal precipitation. And where there is … Continue reading

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Spring Events in the Delta

APRIL Apr 4-13 – Creek Week (Delta Waterway Cleanup is Apr 14) Apr 12-14 – San Joaquin Asparagus Festival – STOCKTON Apr 13 – Opening Day Pittsburg Yacht Club – PITTSBURG Apr 27 – Opening Day on … Continue reading

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Saturday, March 30 – Lodi Wine & Food Festival

Saturday, March 30 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM VIP Tasting 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM Grand Tasting Lodi Grape Festival Grounds 413 E. Lockeford Street Lodi, CA 95240 (MAP) Food, music, and of course…wine! The 4th Annual Lodi Wine & Food … Continue reading

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Trailer Budget Bill Proposes Statewide Tax on Drinking Water

The League of California Cities joins the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) and a large coalition of nearly 200 local water and public agencies to oppose the proposed water tax unless amended with an alternative funding source. The budget trailer … Continue reading

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April 6 – 13 – Save the Date for Oakley Science Week!

Save the date to join the Recreation Division for the 2019 Science Week, April 6th through 13th! Participants under the age of 17 will receive a stamp on a special “passport” at each workshop they attend. Participants with a minimum … Continue reading

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The East Bay sees the largest net out-migration of residents

From MTC – Vital Signs 7,400 more residents moved from the East Bay to counties outside of the region than made the opposite move. Of those, over 4,000 moved to San Joaquin County. This suggests that the East Bay, once … Continue reading

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