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CALIFORNIA HISPANIC CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE CONVENTION TO IGNITE BUSINESS COMMUNITY IN SACRAMENTO

Aug 6, 2015

SACRAMENTO – The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, the premier organization promoting the development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and emerging Latino businesses in California, will showcase its business community at the 2015 annual Convention in Sacramento. The three-day convention, from Aug. 20 to Aug. 22, will be headquartered at the Sheraton in downtown Sacramento. “We...

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Rocklin PD Seek Public’s Help to Identify Burglary Suspects

ROCKLIN — Rocklin police are seeking two suspects in a home burglary in the Rocklin Highlands subdivision that was interrupted Sunday morning when the homeowner returned. At about 7:36AM, officers from the Rocklin Police Department responded to an interrupted residential burglary in the 6600 block of Miravista Drive. The victim had left their home for...

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Woodside Homes To Build 157 Homes in New Roseville Neighborhood

ROSEVILLE – Westpark Communities, one of the leading developers of master planned communities in Placer County, announced today it has sold 30 acres in its new Solaire community in West Roseville to Woodside Homes. Woodside is planning to build two communities with a total of 157 homes in Solaire, a new neighborhood located south...

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Rocklin Offers Free Shredding Event to Prevent Identity Theft

ROCKLIN — Identity thieves often “dumpster dive” or dig through garbage to find personal information they can use to make phony checks or apply for credit. The National Crime Prevention Council recommends shredding all financial documents, billing statements, pre-approved credit card offers and any other papers containing personal information and identification numbers before discarding...

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Roseville Details Water Saving Rules

Continued drought conditions means a 28 percent water-use reduction goal ROSEVILLE – Today the City of Roseville announced additional water-use restrictions for Roseville water customers in light of Governor Brown’s Executive Order and the May 6 State Water Resources Control Board’s drought emergency action requiring increased statewide water-use reductions. To meet the 25 percent...

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California Mom Develops Mobile APP to Fill Communication Gap Between Parents and Schools

Innovative Parent on a Mission to Connect Parents and Schools ROCKLIN – Placer County resident Carin Lane has successfully launched School APPtitude – a company that creates mobile applications to help schools effectively communicate announcements and important information to parents and parent teacher groups. Like many busy moms who are multi-tasking, Lane was having difficulty...

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Auburn Library to get new flooring

AUBURN – After 21 years of high traffic use, the flooring in the Auburn branch of the Placer County Library is worn out. With rippled carpeting, torn seams, temporary fixes and numerous soiled areas, it’s time for a change. Next month, the carpeting and linoleum throughout the library will be replaced. To complete the...

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Rocklin Police hiring Lateral Police Officers

ROCKLIN – The City of Rocklin is looking for employees who are committed to customer service and place a high value on caring for others.  If you are a current law enforcement officer living in Rocklin, now is a great time to make a change and work where you live.  Qualified Rocklin residents are...

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CA Controller launches expert panel to analyze tax reform proposals

SACRAMENTO—With momentum building for comprehensive tax reform in California, State Controller Betty T. Yee today appointed a Council of Economic Advisors to assess the impact of proposals across the spectrum of taxpayer constituencies. The nine-member council will include experts from a variety of backgrounds including academia, economics, business, and government. The group’s core objective...

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Keep Your Home California expands criteria of programs to help homeowners

SACRAMENTO – Keep Your Home California announced today changes to help more low- and moderate-income homeowners who are struggling with their monthly mortgage payments remain in their homes as part of the free mortgage-assistance program. The changes will assist homeowners who have suffered a financial hardship attain an affordable monthly mortgage payment and provide...

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