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San Joaquin County Supervisors Oppose Bird Refuge Expansion

By Alex Breitler Record Staff Writer August 31, 2011 12:00 AM STOCKTON – County leaders on Tuesday condemned the concept of a national wildlife refuge in San Joaquin County, even before one has been formally proposed. After hearing from farmers... Learn More

CAL Fire Approves New Fire Fee

August 23, 2011 05:33 pm Tina Falco, MML News Reporter Sacramento, CA– Rural homeowners living in fire districts serviced by CAL FIRE can expect to pay up to $90 in fire prevention fees. The state fire board passed emergency regulation... Learn More

CAP Attends the Sierra Nevada Alliance Conference

The Cap Team at SNA Conference CAP Board members and staff recently attended the annual conference of the Sierra Nevada Alliance in South Lake Tahoe.  Pictured are Board members John Trinkl, Mickey Williamson, Holly Mines, Penny Sarvis, and Calaveras... Learn More

Sierra Business Council is Looking for Interns for their Green Communities Program

The Green Communities Program will assist up to twenty local government jurisdictions in the Sierra Nevada to complete community-wide greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) inventories. Community Interns will be paired with local governments to provide the... Learn More

Sierra Business Council is Looking for a Community Network Director

Sierra Business Council is looking for a way to tap into our incredible online community throughout the Sierra Nevada. Our vision is to create an online collaborative network of users who are finding solutions to the most challenging problems that... Learn More

State Redistricting Process May Change Calaveras Representatives

The California Citizens Redistricting Commission has issued new draft maps for the state Senate, Assembly and Congressional districts which could change who represents Calaveras County.  The new congressional district maps put Calaveras in the Foothill... Learn More

Written comments on the EBMUD revised EIR Due

East Bay Municipal Utilities District (EBMUD) held public scoping sessions for the reworking of its Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed Pardee Dam expansion earlier this month. Calaveras resident raised voices in support of the Mokelumne... Learn More

The Latest on Calaveras County Redistricting

Follow the county discussions on the redistricting of County Supervisor districts. Based on recent census data, proposed changes would extend District 3 (currently above Murphys to the boundary with Alpine County) to include Murphys and its surrounding... Learn More

CAP Receives Cash Grant from the Teichert Foundation

CAP recently received word that it has been awarded a $3000 grant from the Sacramento-based Teichert Foundation.  This is the second year in a row that Teichert has offered support for CAP’s sponsorship of the Calaveras Planning Coalition.  This year... Learn More

CAP Website Hosts Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission Meeting Videos

Videos of all Board of Supervisor meetings and Planning Commission meetings are posted on the CAP website, usually within a day of the meeting.  Flowplayer technology allows you to select any segment of the meeting you wish to watch.  An archive of... Learn More







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