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Around Tulare County

Around Tulare County

Strong Demand For Subdivision Lots A new California Association of Realtors report says in 2014, nearly half (45 percent) of investors said they purchased properties in”more remote” locations of the…

Non-Res Raises July Construction 6 Percent

Non-Res Raises July Construction 6 Percent

NEW YORK –August 21, 2014 – New construction starts in July climbed 6% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $588.8 billion, according to McGraw Hill Construction, a division of…

Sequoia Brewery To Open In Visalia & Santa Barbara

Sequoia Brewery To Open In Visalia & Santa Barbara

August 22,2014More Development News In Downtown Visalia (corrections added) Locals who have a continuing thirst for Valley-brewed craft beer will get another chance soon as Fresno’s Sequoia Brewery plans to…

Yellow Fever Mosquito found in Tulare County August 18,2014 Residents and medical providers asked to report bites or illnesses VISALIA, CA – The Aedes aegypti mosquito has been detected within…

Around SLO: Unemployment / Cal Poly Hotel & Events Center / Charging Stations

Around SLO: Unemployment / Cal Poly Hotel & Events Center / Charging Stations

August 18,2014 Jobless Claims Climb California EDD announced that the unemployment rate in the San Luis Obispo County was 6.0 percent in July 2014, up from a revised 5.3 percent…

Calif Biz Roundup: Plastic Bags / Auto Sales/ Gas Prices

Calif Biz Roundup: Plastic Bags / Auto Sales/ Gas Prices

August 17,2014 Plastic Bag Ban A California State Assembly committee last week gave the green light to a bill that would ban plastic bags in grocery stores and supermarkets across…

Water Bond Will Be Prop 1 On Ballot

Water Bond Will Be Prop 1 On Ballot

Governor Brown Signs Legislation to Put Water Bond Before Voters 8-13-2014 SACRAMENTO – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today signed legislation to put a comprehensive water bond before voters this…

Cuyama Valley Groundwater Withdrawals Double Long-Term Replenishment

Cuyama Valley Groundwater Withdrawals Double  Long-Term Replenishment

August 14,2014 Cuyama Valley groundwater basin and sub-basins. (High resolution image) (1.2 MB) SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Groundwater is the sole source for agricultural, domestic and municipal water use in California’s…

Plan Calls For 102 Room Hotel In SLO On Monterey St

Plan Calls For 102 Room Hotel In SLO On Monterey St

August 14,2014 SLO’s City Administrative Hearing August 18 will get the first look at a plan for a 102 room hotel on Monterey St, north of the Apple Farm in…

High Speed Rail Gets New Head of Steam This Week

High Speed Rail Gets New Head of Steam This Week

August 14,2014 Two key boards approved acquisition and construction along the Central Valley segments of the high speed rail project this week adding to the momentum the project got from…