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Knights Ferry News

POSTED September 29, 2010 2:54 p.m.
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At the MAC meeting, California Highway Patrol Officer Palazuelos introduced Officer Holly Fetcher who will be attending area MAC meetings. He reported that there is no Caltrans work being done until the budget passes. Margarita from Parks and Recreation said the dying redwood in the plaza is on the to-be-removed list. The redwoods in the valley are slowly dying because of our climate. Redwoods thrive in moist climates, (think foggy coast). The budget cuts have affected Parks and Recreation also. Janice McClendon from the Code Enforcement Office introduced Henry Carrillo from Graffiti Abatement and he showed the before and after pictures of some tagging. Heather Wright from the U.S. Army Corp Parks told of the winding down of the rafting season. Raul Melendez from the County Office told the MAC members of items they would be interested in and discussed the Central Valley Next-Generation Broadband Infrastructure Project. Many town members are interested in something faster for their computers and Raul is looking into the possibilities. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds this Broadband Plan. The primary goal of this plan is to improve the availability of broadband networking infrastructure for 18 counties. Raul will keep the MAC informed about this plan. In new business, the demolition of a small house without permits was discussed.


The viewing of the planet Jupiter was awesome. With a telescope four moons could be seen around the planet!


October is almost here and so get out the calendar and mark these dates: Sunday, October 3rd is Breakfast Sunday at the I.O.O.F. Hall on Main Street, 8-noon. October 7th is the Community Club meeting at the clubhouse at 6:30. It is a dinner meeting. The Pumpkin Roll will be discussed. October 13th is Garden Club at the Shearer’s home at 10:00 a.m. Knights Ferry School Board will meet October 14th at 6:00 p.m. at the school. October 11th the flu clinic at the school from 3-7 p.m. October 15th Jog-a-Thon at school. October 28th the MAC meets at the clubhouse at 7:00 p.m.


There was a pickup stolen from a Highway 108 residence and an attempted burglary at a home so be on the watch for anything out of the ordinary. A lady was seen walking the highway that morning and her footprints were at the scene (strange shoes).


Ted and Ina Kassahn celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with family and friends at a party at the Elks Lodge in Sonora.


Michel and Gordon Griesner attended granddaughter Jordyn Lewis’s 4th birthday last Saturday. Daughter Lisa, her husband Jason Lewis and grandchildren have moved to Oakdale from Clovis.


There should be some activity at the Community Church soon. The hall is being enlarged.

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