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Dist. 4 Supervisor Pareira to run for re-election

Lloyd Pareira, the chairman of the Merced County Board of Supervisors, announced this week his candidacy for re-election to the District 4 seat in 2020. Born and raised in Merced County and a lifelong farmer, Pareira was first elected in 2016. “When I first ran, I promised to work to fix our county roads and ensure that we keep our unique…

Le Grand principal goes to Washington

Scott Borba, superintendent/principal of Le Grand Union Elementary School District in Le Grand, recently joined nearly 200 elementary and middle-level educators and leaders from across the country in the nation’s capital for the National Association of Elementary School Principals’ (NAESP) National Leaders Conference. Borba advocated on behalf…

Gray posts satellite office hours for April

Assemblymember Adam Gray announced his Satellite District Office Hours for the month of April 2019. The 21st Assembly District encompasses 8 communities throughout Merced and Stanislaus Counties. “I am committed to making myself available to every person, in every corner of my district. While my offices in Merced and Modesto are open full-time,…

City leaders approve site for junk transfer

In a 4-3 vote on Monday night, the Merced City Council approved a $1 million contract with Rolfe Construction Co. of Atwater to create a “temporary” transfer site for bulky junk items, as well as a station for Public Works vehicles. The site is located north of Yosemite Avenue and east of Highway 59, on city-owned land that was formerly used…

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