Daily Archives: October 25, 2011

The City of Holtville and Sun Community Federal Credit Union Will Host Two Real Estate Seminars

City of Holtville News Release
10/21/11
For Immediate Publication:
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The City of Holtville and Sun Community Federal Credit Union Will Host Two Real Estate Seminars
(Holtville, CA)
The City of Holtville and the Sun Community Federal Credit Union are working together to promote home ownership and increase the rate of owner-occupied housing in the City of Holtville. The City will host a series of real estate seminars intended to teach people about the benefits of home ownership.
The first real estate seminar will be conducted this Saturday, October 29 from 11:00 am to 1:00pm.
The seminar will be held at Holtville City Hall, located at 121 W. Fifth Street, Holtville California 92250
The Real Estate Seminar topics will include, the importance of establishing credit and paying bills on time, the equity building benefits of home-ownership, and how easy it is to become a home owner.
Speakers will include: Jessica Romero, Holtville Branch Manager, Sun Community Federal Credit Union
Valentina Estes, Real Estate Manager, Sun Community Federal Credit Union
The event is free and open to the public and the public is encouraged to attend.
Holtville Housing Fact: Fifty-One Percent (51%) of the housing units in Holtville are owner-occupied.
Event: City of Holtville Real Estate Seminar
Sponsor: Sun Community Federal Credit Union and City of Holtville
Time: Saturday October 29, 2011 and Saturday November 5, 2011
Date: 11:00 am- 1:00pm
Location: Holtville City Hall, 121 W. Fifth Street, Holtville California 92250
Contact: Jessica Romero, Branch Manager, Sun Community Federal Credit Union, 760-336-8735
For more information, please call the City Hall at 760-356-2912.
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For more information please contact Alex Meyerhoff, City Manager, at 760-356-4574.
City of Holtville
121 W. 5th Street
Holtville, CA 92250
760-356-4574 office
760-336-1880 cell

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Memorandum of Understanding between the County Department of Child Support Services and IVROP Approved by Supervisors

By Mario Conde

The County Board of Supervisors approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the County Department of Child Support Services and IVROP.

Since July of this year, DCSS provided support to IVROP in its efforts to seek federal funding for two programs from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families, Office of Family Assistance. The applications for that funding were approved. IVROP is one of the few agencies nationwide that were approved to receive grants for healthy marriage and community-centered responsible fatherhood programs.

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Calexico Planning Commission Begin Analyzing New Zoning Ordinance Update

By Mario Conde

The Calexico Planning Commission began analyzing the new zoning ordinance update at their Monday meeting.

The proposed Zoning Ordinance Update creates limited new zones and revises land use regulations to improve consistency with 2007 updated General Plan. Land uses authorized by a City’s zoning ordinance must be compatible with the objects, policies, general land uses, and programs specified in the general plan. In addition, several new legislative actions have occurred over the past several years that must be incorporated into a city’s Zoning Ordinance to adhere to the current land use laws of the State of California.

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ADMINISTRATION UEGED TO MAKE IT SIMPLE FOR HOMEOWNERS TO REFINANCE

In Letter to the President, Senators Call for Easy-to-Understand Advice for Homeowners on How They Can Refinance at a Lower Rate

 

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Johnny Isakson (R-GA) today praised the Administration’s announcement of new steps to help homeowners refinance and urged President Obama to make sure homeowners receive clear, easy-to-understand guidance so they can determine if the new rules will help them qualify to refinance at today’s historically low interest rates.

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