“I’m certainly disappointed at the comments that we hear out of the Conservatives, on and on about our ferry service here. It upsets me that people have forgot what happened when that ferry service was pulled out from under the people of South Western Nova and the impact it had. I know sometimes we forget those things but lets keep that in mind.
Talked about applying for a grant to do some oral history interviews, she said.Hall Saladino reported to the Board of Supervisors Economic Development and Environment Committee that her office hopes to partner collaboratively with a school teacher from Perth, Scotland, where glove making was once a industry. She said experts believe Sir William Johnson recruited glove makers from the Perth, Scotland area to settle in Johnstown.tentatively include a student art show that will be complimented by student created pieces from Scotland, a possible new exhibit, and oral history interviews with local community members who worked in the industry, Hall Saladino reported. Are really looking to make this a large event that pulls in several community partners, but are in the very early stages and will be working on this as the year progresses.
It is expected that the remaining cities and towns in Placer County will join the SVEA in the next several months. Customers will receive two written notices before the SVEA begins operation and two written notices allowing the customer to opt out and remain with PG this a good idea? A Placer County Community Choice Energy Team composed of county staff and consultants wrote in a 42 page Analysis and Due Diligence Report (October 10, 2016) that creating a CCA in Placer County is economically and operationally feasible. The team asserts that a CCA could result in a potential 5 percent reduction in the energy cost portion of the customer bills.
Of particular note will be the cast of volunteer roasters under the direction of Amanda Paul: Elizabeth Casalini (StarStruck Performer and former dance instructor), Keith Lawson, Ethel Christin (President of the Lyric Theatre Board of Directors), John Loesser (Executive Director of the Lyric Theatre), Ron Corbin (Martin County High School s OPUS Director), Ginger Baldwin (former Executive Director of the Lyric), Todd Bearden (StarStruck s technical director), Mitch Kloorfain (Chief Photographer of The Hometown News), and special guests Jeff and Ruthie Steinberg. Talent will include: Kevin and Amanda Paul (Jen and Peter s children), Katrina Colletti, Bobby Johnston, Kevin Connor, Philippe Arroyo, Sydney Sabol, Madison Bailey, Colleen Phillips and Jean Ferreira. Flagler Avenue, Stuart, FL 34994.