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Archive for July 7th, 2010

Brawley Council Confirms Committment For Eastside Fire Substation

By Chris Furguson The Brawley City Council heard alternatives to the proposed Brawley Fire Substation #2 from Chief Frank Contreras at their meeting on July 6, 2010. The council also repeated their pledge to build something at the Jones and Eastern location near the Brawley Municipal Airport whether or not a grant filed in June was approved or not. Contreras’s presentation gave several alternatives and issues surrounding most of those alternatives. Previous ideas included an ambulance [...]

Holtville Resident To Sell Luminarias For Cancer Awareness Next Week

Holtville Resident To Sell Luminarias For Cancer Awareness Next Week

By Luke Phillips Holtville resident Mary Kiser wants to light up Holt Park and the lives of local cancer patients at the same time. Kiser is on a personal mission to sell enough luminarias (a candle inside a paper bag) to completely surround the park, with all the proceeds going to the Cancer Resource Center of the Desert, a local non-profit that provides resources for cancer patients. Kiser says she got the idea after seeing luminarias at Calexico's Relay for Life event. "There's something [...]

California Gov. Issues Statement in Response to the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Decision on the Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing Program

California Gov. Issues Statement in Response to the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Decision on the Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing Program

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today issued the following statement in response to the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s (FHFA) decision on the Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing (PACE) program. “I am deeply disappointed that the Federal Housing Finance Agency has chosen not to support a federal stimulus program that would make it cheaper for Californians to invest in energy efficiency. This decision not only puts at risk millions of dollars of Recovery Act funds but sends a [...]

CBP officers Discover Drugs Hidden in Washing Machine

CBP officers in El Paso Discover Drugs Hidden in Washing Machine;Overall Holiday Weekend Enforcement Activity Heavy U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers working at ports of entry in El Paso, West Texas, and New Mexico identified and stopped more than 150 violations during the holiday weekend. CBP officers seized drugs, identified immigration violations, apprehended fugitives, and confiscated prohibited agriculture items between Friday and Monday. On of the more unusual [...]

In Other Words

In Other Words

Happy Fourth of July, Be Counted For Upcoming Vote I’m just getting over an excellent Fourth of July weekend that was spent with family and friends. It was as all American as you could get. there was baseball, hotdogs, apple pie and even Chevrolet in the mix. My ball team lost, but I still had a good time with my daughter and her friend. Something we don’t get to do very often. Then there was the fireworks after the game that filled the sky for all of 20 minutes with booms, crackles, [...]

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