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Day: September 24, 2022

City Council

The Race Is on for Goleta City Council | #citycouncil

As if in celebration of its 20th birthday, Goleta actually has two contested races for City Council seats. In the past, too often there would only be one candidate running without any opposition. Even after a voting rights violation lawsuit was threatened in 2017, one of the arguments against district elections was questioning whether enough […]

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Mayor

Mayor Jane Castor Media Availability  Tropical Storm Ian Storm Preparations

Mayor Jane Castor will be available to speak about the City of Tampa’s efforts to ensure the community is prepared for potential severe weather on Sunday, September 25 at 9:15 AM at the MacFarlane Park Sandbag Distribution Site. In preparation for Tropical Storm Ian, Mayor Castor has remained in constant communication with state and regional […]

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California

California Gov. Newsom Cites Jesus on Billboards Promoting Abortion| National Catholic Register

When Gov. Gavin Newsom of California unveiled his plan for a billboard advertising campaign inviting women to travel to his state to have abortions, he was swiftly condemned by Catholics, who called the ads “unconscionable” and “blasphemy.”  Why the strong reaction? The abortion-selling ads include a passage from Scripture:  “Need an abortion? California is ready […]

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City Council

Chicago City Council’s Mass Exodus: A ‘Latino Voices’ Crossover Conversation | Latino Voices | Chicago News | #citycouncil

At least 13 Chicago wards are set for new City Council leadership come next year due to an exodus of alderpeople. And while a few of those existing City Council members are leaving their seats to run for higher office, many are saying they’re opting out simply because it’s time to move on. After announcing […]

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Mayor

Mayor’s message | Watsonville has exciting events on tap – Santa Cruz Sentinel

The change of seasons is here; we now can feel the crisp morning air, cooler nights, and even some rain. In Watsonville, October will have exciting events, community-building opportunities, and important projects around our city. Moreover, during the month of October voters will be receiving their mail-in ballots. Ari Parker This year we once again […]

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California

California gas is ‘out of whack’ – nearly $2 more than national average. Who’s to blame? – Times-Herald

California has long been known as the country’s priciest place to fill up your tank, but these days the Golden State is “completely out of whack.” As gas prices plummeted around the nation in recent weeks, California’s price at the pump has rebounded with a vengeance to an average of $5.58 a gallon. That’s $1.89 […]

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Alaska

Manchin decries ‘revenge politics’ amid GOP resistance to permitting effort | #alaska | #politics

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) condemned what he described as “revenge politics” as many Republicans have resisted his efforts to speed up the approval process for energy projects.  “It’s like the revenge politics, basically revenge towards one person: me. And I’m thinking, ‘this is not about me,’ ” he told reporters on Tuesday. “I’m hearing that […]

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California

Will women rule in the 2022 California election?

A gift or a curse? For Angelique Ashby, running as a “women’s advocate” in a heated state Senate race in Sacramento might be a little of both. Her competitor, Dave Jones, a fellow Democrat, went to court to block Ashby from using that as her ballot designation under her name. His lawyers argued that it […]

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City Council

DeSoto City Council Passes Overall Budget & Tax Rate but Says NO to Water and Sewer Price Increase | #citycouncil

Facebook Twitter Pinterest The DeSoto City Tax rate has now Declined for the Past 12 Consecutive Years The DeSoto City Council considered a number of zoning changes during this past weeks council meeting but the agenda item affecting the most people was the budget and tax rates. Peter James explained the budget and noted that […]

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Mayor

Green River City Council and Mayor Political Forum will be held on October 12

Wyo4news Staff [email protected] [PRESS RELEASE] GREEN RIVER, WYOMING — The Green River Chamber of Commerce along with Western Wyoming Community College Green River Center, is announcing the Green River City Council and Mayor Political Forum on October 12, 2022. The forum is intended to give all City Council and Mayor candidates an opportunity to introduce […]

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