Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities Director Alison Van Guilder told the Turlock City Council last week that she could not foresee a time when the City of Turlock would want to "get rid" of the War Memorial Cannon.
The City of Turlock will soon be involved in one of the largest regional recycled water projects in the nation, after the City Council voted on Tuesday to approve the final details in making the project a reality.
Congressman Jeff Denham and Assembly Republican Leader Kristin Olsen had breakfast in Turlock on Thursday, and spent the morning discussing California's water crisis, the Valley's transportation needs and immigration reform, among other topics, at the Turlock Chamber of Commerce's annual Eggs and Issues event.
Although he won't be among those in the local skateboard community who will get an opportunity to try out a few tricks at Turlock's new skate park when it opens, Brandon Koch will be definitely be there in spirit.
Mayor Gary Soiseth is prepared to literally invest in California State University, Stanislaus students following Turlock City Council's approval of the Special Research Competition for Public Policy Awards, or Mayor's Award, which will fund student research using his mayoral stipend.
Turlock could soon host a number of new pedestrian walkways and bicycling lanes, as the Turlock Planning Commission approved the Active Transportation Plan on Thursday, a document that has been 18 months in the making and includes projects, standards, policies and programs designed to encourage and support biking and walking in the community.
The region's ever-dwindling supply of water is a concern for all local residents. In an effort to inform and promote discussion about the drought, groundwater issues and water conservation efforts, the Stanislaus County Water Advisory Committee is holding a public meeting in Denair on Wednesday.
The amount that California dairy producers are paid could be brought up to par with prices paid to those in the Federal Milk Marketing Order following the United States Department of Agriculture's decision to hold a public hearing on a proposed California FMMO.
Stanislaus County residents with dry wells may soon receive relief after the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday proclaimed the existence of a local emergency due to a multi-year drought and committed to provide water to those whose wells have gone dry through the Temporary Water Assistance Program.
A project nearly 30 years is now complete after Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors voted unanimously on Tuesday to approve a Water Sales Agreement that will provide Tuolumne River water for domestic use to the Stanislaus Regional Water Authority.
The parking lot down the street from Turlock City Hall will be brought to City standards following the approval of the Turlock City Council on Tuesday to proceed with funding the full demolition and reconstruction of the existing site.