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BIZ BEAT… car sales,home sales,industry,Kern renewables

BIZ BEAT… car sales,home sales,industry,Kern renewables

California Vehicle Sales Climbed 25% In 2012 The new vehicle market in California continued its winning streak at the end of 2012, with new registrations increasing 22 percent in the…

After Wet December – Dry Winter Looms

After Wet December – Dry Winter Looms

Tale Of Two Winters & Two Californias It poured in Northern California in December as rainfall totals were over 200% of normal for the water year starting October 1 and…

New Pomogranate Processor For Tulare County

New Pomogranate Processor For Tulare County

A start-up pomegranate processing facility in Tulare County is under construction and expected to open by the end of February at 220 South Main Street in Pixley. M&A Foods based…

Tulare County Business Briefs

Tulare County Business Briefs

The Board of Directors of Sierra View District Hospital in Porterville have fired their CEO Joseph Stewart.”Joe Stewart will no longer serve  as the chief executive officer effective January 16,2013”,…

Tulare County Ag Installing More Solar

Tulare County Ag Installing More Solar

Strathmore’s Villa Park orange packing house along Hwy 65 is installing a 5 acre solar farm next door that is expected to cover 80% of the power needs for the…

Citrus Losses May Be Minimal From Freezing Nights

Citrus Losses May Be Minimal From Freezing Nights

January 16, 2013 By Cecilia Parsons Oranges in Tulare County’s citrus belt are covered with ice. Growers turn on their sprinklers and the ice that forms protects the fruit from…

Tulare County: More Groundwater Basins In The Works

Tulare County: More Groundwater Basins In The Works

Could Handle Flood Flows & Recharge The Aquifer – Kaweah Delta Water Conservation District already has some 25 groundwater recharge basins in the greater Kaweah Delta fan and is working…

Tulare Council Sells Land For Cheese Plant

Tulare Council Sells Land For Cheese Plant

Targeting Asia Market The Tulare City Council approved the sale of 59 plus acres this week to CaliCheese Company LLC, to build a 300,000 sf cheese plant on city-owned land…

Southland Closes 2012 With Higher Sales and Prices

Southland Closes 2012 With Higher Sales and Prices

January 15, 2013 La Jolla, CA—Southern California’s housing market ended 2012 with the highest December home sales in three years, the result of robust investment activity, a record level of…

For Central Valley … Really Big Projects Pending In January

For Central Valley …  Really Big Projects Pending In January

January is supposed to be a quiet month for business activity but some  important and even multi-billion dollar decisions could be made. Here is a roundup of few to watch.…

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