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Supervisors discuss options for Placer County Fairgrounds

After a detailed presentation and lively discussion among the Supervisors, staff and the public, the Placer County Board of Supervisors this week directed Facility Services staff to return to the Board in October with a plan to address operation of the Placer County Fairgrounds. The Board specifically asked staff for strategies to bring in...

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Placer County Supervisors approve $798 million budget for 2014-15

The Placer County Board of Supervisors today approved the county’s final 2014-15 budget, giving the OK to the $798 million spending plan. The plan for fiscal year 2014-15 shows a 10.7 percent increase over the previous year, primarily related to increases in capital and infrastructure spending. The budget shows that the region is recovering...

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Runner tells DMV to stop overcharging tax

SACRAMENTO – George Runner today called upon California’s Department of Motor Vehicles to stop overcharging California consumers when they pay tax on their vehicle purchases. Runner said, “It’s outrageous that the State of California expects private citizens to do things right that government is doing wrong.” In a letter to DMV Director Jean Shiomoto, Runner writes: “I...

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Trail Work along the Joshua M. Hardt Memorial Trail at Sugar Pine Reservoir

The American River Ranger District will be completing improvements to the Joshua M. Hardt Memorial Trail around Sugar Pine Reservoir during the months of September and early October.  A one mile section of trail from the boat ramp to the end of the existing paved section on the southeast side of the lake will...

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Roseville firefighters hosting Fill the Boot for MDA

ROSEVILLE – Off duty firefighters from the City of Roseville Fire Department will take the lead in collecting money to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association. This weekend Firefighters will spread out on both sides of the city with boots in hand to raise money for children and adults suffering from muscle disease. Firefighters from Rocklin, CAL FIRE, South Placer...

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Lake Tahoe Community College receives energy efficiency rebate from Liberty Utilities

LAKE TAHOE - Liberty Utilities will present a “big check” for $17,085.85 to the Lake Tahoe Community College at their Board of Trustees meeting on September 9th.  The presentation is scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m. The $17,085.85 check represents the total of all incentive rebates the College is eligible to receive based on energy efficiency improvements it has...

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Placer joins Sacramento and Yuba counties with new emergency notification system

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with emergency response agencies throughout Placer, Sacramento and Yuba counties, has implemented a state-of-the-art emergency mass notification system. It provides critical information, delivered quickly. Now is the time for the public to sign up to receive notifications – if we can’t reach you, we can’t alert you....

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Placer County Republican Party announces endorsements from 2014 Convention

LOOMIS – The Placer County Republican Party today announced the following endorsements in local races for the November 2014 election. The selections were made during a Saturday convention of delegates at Del Oro High School in Loomis. The convention only considered endorsements in contested local races as state and federal endorsements were made by...

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Fish and Game Commission soliciting grant proposals

Aug 21, 2014

The Placer County Fish and Game Commission is soliciting grant proposals from non-profit organizations, schools, other organizations and individuals. Recipients must use the money for the protection, conservation, propagation or preservation of Placer County’s fish and wildlife. The maximum award amount of any single grant is $1,000. Grants are available for projects that are...

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Roseville reaches 18.2 percent water use reduction through July 2014

Roseville points to continued progress toward reducing water use; encourages water customers to look for irrigation leaks and inefficiencies. Roseville continues to make progress toward meeting its community water use reduction goal of 20 percent, reducing water use in the month of July by 17.4 percent as compared to 2013. This brings the cumulative water...

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