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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…

30 Ways To Take Ownership Of Your Community’s Future

By Quint Studer Editor’s Note: Quint Studer is author of Building a Vibrant Community and founder of Pensacola's Studer Community Institute, a nonprofit organization focused on improving the community's quality of life and moving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties forward. He is a businessman, a visionary, an entrepreneur, and a mentor to many.…

’Tis the season to welcome new leadership

As shoppers make their last push to buy Christmas gifts, and groups and businesses hold their holiday parties and socials, local government officials are preparing to usher in new leaders, and say goodbye to others, with some notable ceremonies.  On Monday, Dec. 17, the City of Merced is planning a Transition Reception at City Hall…

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