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Financial workshops, events starting Saturday the 18th for “Manage Your Money Week”

Manage Your Money Week (MYMW), organized by Controller John Chiang, his Financial Literacy Advisory Committee and now more than 190 partner organizations that promote financial literacy, will take place October 18-25, 2014, with more than 130 free money management events throughout the State. The project links Californians who need financial services with government agencies, non-profit...

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Roseville roundabout at Washington Blvd & Oak St entering next phase

Beginning early morning Thursday October 16, traffic through the construction zone at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Oak Street will follow a circular flow without traffic signals as part of the next phase of work on the Oak Street Improvement Project.Delays and backups through the unfinished roundabout area may occur due to other work...

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Free identity theft prevention class offered by Placer County Sheriff’s detectives

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is offering a free identity theft prevention class on Monday, October 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Auburn Justice Center. The class is open to the public and will be held in the community room at sheriff’s headquarters, 2929 Richardson Drive in Auburn. Detectives Ryan West and Ross Byers, who...

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Western States Trail and other routes reopened after closing for King Fire

FORESTHILL – Given progress in suppressing the King Fire and in suppression repair efforts, the road and trail closures associated with the King Fire on the American River Ranger District are no longer in effect. Also, the Tahoe National Forest is excited to announce that repairs to the Western States Trail and reconstruction of...

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CalHFA introduces additional down payment assistance for first-time homebuyers

Agency Makes Home Buying Process More Accessible  SACRAMENTO – The California Housing Finance Agency announced today that it will begin providing an additional $6,500 in down payment assistance through its CalPLUS Conventional program. The change is part of the Agency’s ongoing efforts to make home purchasing more accessible for first-time homebuyers. CalHFA’s ZIP Extra down...

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CAL FIRE reminds us – working smoke alarms save lives

National Fire Prevention Week October 5 – 11, 2014 SACRAMENTO – Working smoke alarms can make a life-saving difference in a fire. That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!” CAL FIRE is joining forces with firefighters and safety advocates nationwide during Fire Prevention...

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City of Roseville Seeks Youth Commissioners

The City of Roseville is currently recruiting high school students interested in serving as a youth representative on the City’s Library Board, Parks & Recreation Commission, Roseville Grants Advisory Commission, or the Transportation Commission. Applications are due to the City Clerk’s Office by 5:00 P.M. on Friday, October 31, 2014. Youth Board Members and...

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Tahoe National Forest lifts fire restrictions yet fire season is not over

NEVADA CITY – Forest Supervisor Tom Quinn announced that fire restrictions in the Tahoe National Forest have been lifted as of yesterday. Recent precipitation and conditions in the forest prompted the decision to end the restrictions. When restrictions are lifted, recreationists may have campfires outside of designated campgrounds with a valid permit; smoke outside of designated...

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Rocklin’s Sierra College expected to decrease annual water use by 30 percent

Sep 29, 2014

Conversion of sports fields to drought-resistant turf realizes big gains  In recent years, Colin Irwin, deputy director of plant operations at Sierra College, and his department colleagues have been aggressively implementing water saving measures.  While the Sierra Joint Community College District Rocklin’s holdings consist of slightly more than 300 acres, the 50-building central campus...

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Rocklin’s Sierra College expected to decrease annual water use by 30 percent

Conversion of sports fields to drought-resistant turf realizes big gains  In recent years, Colin Irwin, deputy director of plant operations at Sierra College, and his department colleagues have been aggressively implementing water saving measures.  While the Sierra Joint Community College District Rocklin’s holdings consist of slightly more than 300 acres, the 50-building central campus...

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