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CalMatters: Budget blues at the Capitol

Reprint: CalMatterscover photo: Assembly Speaker Robert Rivas speaks during a floor session at the state Capitol in Sacramento on Jan. 22, 2024. Photo by Fred Greaves for CalMatters In summary The Legislative Analyst’s Office projects the 2024-25 shortfall at $73 billion, putting more pressure on legislators and the governor to […]

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Yurok Public Water Systems Boil Alert

Kepel water system Alert: Where does my water come from? Your water comes from 1 surface water source. The YPWS draws its water from a variety of sources, including the Klamath River, the Trinity River, and several smaller creeks and springs. The water is treated at a state-of-the-art water treatment […]

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How big is California’s homelessness crisis? Inside the massive, statewide effort to find out by By Marisa Kendall, CalMatters cover photo: Deidra Perry, program financial manager for Alameda County Healthcare for the Homeless, takes part in Alameda County’s 2024 point-in-time count in Berkeley, Jan. 25, 2024. The PIT count, which […]

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Tax Relief Coming for Wildfire Victims

Wildfire survivors across the United States received some long-awaited good news this week when the House of Representatives passed the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024. Among the bipartisan package of tax-related bills was the Protect Innocent Victims of Taxation After Fire (PIVOT Fire) Act, authored […]

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Press Release: one scheduled vacancy on the Hornbrook Community Services District, with a term expiring December 5, 2025

Date: January 31, 2024 Laura Bynum, Clerk of the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors, announces that there is one scheduled vacancy on the Hornbrook Community Services District, with a term expiring December 5, 2025. Members of the Hornbrook Community Services District shall be registered voters living within the district. Members […]