On June 25, I parked my car on Main Street in front of the Vintage Lounge and was told by a young girl that I had to pay $5 as the space was for valet parking only. I explained to her that it was a public street and I would not pay for valet parking on a public street and that she should call her employer and have him explain to me how legally he could charge a fee.
The new proposed changes to the BLAST Transit will result in decreased ridership and revenue; creating a hardship for those who depend on public bus services to go to the library, doctors, hospital, schools, do necessary shopping and go to work or school.
This letter addresses an article which appeared on March 30, 2016, entitled "Charter school closed by measles case."
On April 5, 15 local businesses and organizations provided information about employment opportunities to 130 students at Fusion Charter's first career fair. Attendees also heard from three guest speakers who shared information on what employers are looking for from job candidates to what type of experience they can include on a first resume.
As a college student studying homelessness in the last 2 months, I have concluded that more efforts have to be exerted to help put an end to the issue of homelessness and help those in need. Despite efforts by various programs and shelters to try and help the homeless people, many of them have not received proper funding by the state, leaving several citizens in need of help. Many people throughout the community are aware of the growing epidemic of homelessness throughout Stanislaus County. According to Stanislaus Housing & Support Services Collaborative, in 2015 there were approximately 1,400 homeless men ...
I wish that, when presented with a street closure request by Mr. Cipponeri who sought to completely supplant our non-profit, volunteer Turlock Certified Farmers' Market-time, place, and location-that the Turlock City Council had simply accepted the permit for review and turned it down.
I have been following the controversy in regards to the farmers market, I read where Mr. Cipponeri and his father in-law had contributed to then-candidate now Mayor Gary Soiseth. I am surprised nobody has made a bigger issue of this.
A city is made up of roads, sidewalks, parks, schools, and stores. Most importantly, a city is a community of various individuals living their lives. Different cities have different characteristics and atmospheres. They carry in them different experiences and histories. They mean different things to different people. However, in what seems to be this simple question, one finds that the complexities of life are demonstrated in the social fabric of modern civilization, the city.
It became clear during the Turlock City Council meeting of Feb. 20 that the debate over the future of the city's farmers' market is in large part a debate over the future and character of Turlock.
As committed downtown business owners, we have enjoyed contributing to the revitalization of Main Street over the past few years. We have been delighted to see the Farmers' Market evolve and bring so much life to our downtown. However, the success of the market has not come without sacrifices being made on our parts, most specifically related to a portion of Main Street being closed each week.
Turlock is a great city with a lot to be proud of, from our college campus to our fairgrounds to our downtown. We are just as fortunate to have an institution like the Carnegie Arts Center in our own backyard. The unique events they offer to all residents– including world-class art exhibits, free family activities, classes, concerts, lectures, dance, poetry and theater programs – make our city and region a more enriching and exciting place to live. They even play host to the Sunshine Strummers, a local ukulele group that I've been known to frequent from time to time!
It makes us incredibly sad as current members of the Turlock Certified Farmers' Market when we read the Turlock City Council is still considering who will get the upcoming market. It's hard to understand what there is to consider when the town already has a good market, a market that has proven itself year after year. Derek Griffin has done an amazing job as the acting manager, bringing in vendors and adding special events to offer a market for all of the community. Young or old, there is something for everyone.
It is my honor to write this letter in support of my friend Gil Esquer, a candidate for Turlock City Council District 2. Gil is ...
The State Water Resource Control Board (SWRCB) is either oblivious to the pain they are causing our community or simply don't care. Their mandates ...
I am writing about the article published on Sept. 16 about UC Merced ranked among nation's best colleges. I certainly agree that the article ...
I am very pleased to support Amy Bublak for reelection to Turlock City Council District 4. I have known Amy for over a decade. She ...
We in Turlock have a great opportunity to give some feedback to those serving our community in city government. In the upcoming election we have ...
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