Each week we create short and easy-to-read briefs analyzing local government meetings based on the Fresno Documenters’ coverage so you can stay informed.
At its Jan. 26 meeting, the Clovis Planning Commission moved forward a rezone to multi-family residential for a 12-unit infill development near Alluvial and Sunnyside Avenues.
At its Jan. 24 meeting, the Reedley City Council approved an engineering agreement to develop a traffic signal at the entrance to Reedley College on Reed Avenue and $23,100 for rehabilitation of the historic Reedley Opera House.
The Fresno Housing Authority joint boards of commissioners met on January 24, 2023 to discuss the Mixed Finance Budget and approved several items, including a construction contract for Heritage Estates and an MOU with the SEIU Local 521.
At the Jan. 25 Kerman City Council meeting, the council made policy changes that apply to alcohol beverage sales and the issuance of alcohol licenses in the city.
At the Jan. 26 Fresno County Planning Commission meeting, the commissioners approved a one-year extension allowing for a waterski club and event venue near Belmont and Del Rey Avenues.
Madera County Supervisors vote against excess groundwater penalties, delay decision on groundwater recharge credit (1/24/23)
During the Jan. 24 special meeting, the Madera Board of Supervisors voted (3-2) against imposing higher penalties on those who extract groundwater over an allocation in the Chowchilla, Delta-Mendota, and Madera Subbasins. They also discussed a groundwater recharge credit policy, but ultimately decided to continue the discussion at the next board meeting.
Fresno Co. Supervisors move forward loan to Friant water district + in-home caregivers ask for wage increase (1/24/23)
At the Jan. 24 Fresno County Board of Supervisors meeting, the board voted to direct staff to negotiate a loan agreement with Waterworks District 18, serving residents of Friant and Mira Bella, whose water infrastructure is failing, with a collapsed well and depleted water supplies.
Tulare County Board of Supervisors passes Traver wastewater fee increase + Sheriff’s Department tractor + public health nursing vans(1/24/23)
During the Jan. 24 Tulare County Board of Supervisors meeting, the supervisors passed a wastewater fee increase for Traver residents and approved funding for new public health nursing vans and a tractor for the Sheriff’s Department farm run by inmates.
At the Jan. 17 Clovis City Council meeting, members of three families whose homes were damaged by a city water-main break over a year ago appeared in person to plead with the council for a fair resolution to the displacement and loss of property they have experienced.
Following the closure of Madera Community Hospital on Jan. 3, the Madera County Board of Supervisors discussed reallocating $7 million of ARPA funds to mitigate the negative impacts of the closure, but ultimately took no action at its Jan. 10 meeting.
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