El Centro, California – On September 2, 2015, Imperial County Sheriff’s Office partnered with the El Centro Salvation Army to deliver school supplies for approximately 500 students to the Salton City Sea View Elementary School. Imperial County Sheriff’s Deputies and Salvation Army representatives arrived at the school early Wednesday morning to deliver the donated school supplies to the School staff personnel, which included pencil boxes, pencils, folders, notebooks, construction paper, and many other school  supplies the students will need throughout the school year.

Construction of the Solar Structure Improvements by SunEdison within the main County Administration Center and Behavioral Health Services parking lots in downtown El Centro is scheduled to commence on Friday, September 11, 2015. Parking lots 2A, 2B, 5A and 5E within the attached Exhibit “A” shall be closed intermittently during the construction period, which is anticipated to last 4-6 weeks. Effective Friday, September 11, 2015 until October 16, 2015, please be advised that as part of the Imperial County Civic Center Solar Project there are additional temporary parking lots available for “County Business Only” use as shown in attached Exhibit “A”. Thank you in advance for your patience and assistance. If you should have any questions or concerns please contact John Gay, Deputy Director of Public Works-Engineering or Norma Lillegard CIP Project Coordinator, at 442-265-1818; email addresses: johngay@co.imperial.ca.us or normalillegard@co.imperial.ca.us.” ###

El Centro, CA, September 1, 2015.  Sun Community Federal Credit Union and Palm Springs Federal Credit Union announced the completion of their merger, effective August 31, 2015.  The combined credit unions will operate under the name of Sun Community Federal Credit Union.

El Centro, CA – On April 1st, 2015 California Governor Gerald Brown issued a mandatory, statewide 25% water reduction order. The order stems from the severe drought that the state of California has been experiencing and is expected to continue to experience. To comply with the Governors order each city within the state must submit documentation demonstrating the water conservation effort and the amount of water that has been saved. The goal for the City of El Centro was to reduce water usage by 24 percent.

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