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City reviews funding for long list of road repairs

Concerning road repairs in Merced — one of the most consistent concerns brought up by residents in recent years — the city is expected to receive close to $1.4 million in state “SB1” funding for the upcoming fiscal year. On top of that, the city’s Public Works team is anticipating another $1.7 million and change in 2019-20 from the county’s Measure…

Report details Measure V expenditures

The first Measure V annual report titled ‘On the moVe’ was presented to the community on Tuesday night at the Merced Senior Center. The Open House was be hosted by the Merced County Association of Governments (MCAG) in partnership with the Measure V Citizens Oversight Committee. Measure V is the half cent transportation sales tax that was passed…

Pedrozo starts campaign for seat on Board of Supervisors

With the backdrop of the new Campus Parkway extension project taking shape near East Childs Avenue, former Merced City Council member Josh Pedrozo on Monday announced his candidacy for the District 2 seat on the Merced County Board of Supervisors. One year from now — on March 3, 2020 — local voters will be heading to the polls, and those in…

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