Madera City Council Member Sally Bomprezzi says Madera is a great place, but doesn’t sell itself enough.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Richard Curtis Jay was a remarkable person. Among his many laudable attributes was his concern for the underprivileged of Madera.
The “I”s have it. Do you have the same problem at the intersection of where I Street meets Yosemite Avenue?
“The spirit is truthful and takes us at our word. If we say, “I am foolish and ignorant,” it lets us be who we say we are.”
— Emma Curtis Hopkins
What can Madera County do to make itself attractive to visitors? Madera County Economic Development Commission Executive Director Bobby Kahn has several ideas:
In California, as we reach mid-year with the largest population that any state has ever had (about 38.5 million), we know that sometime in 2015 we’ll probably add the 40th million person, according to the De
“Joggers bounce up and down at stoplights. Runners just stand there looking pissed off,” says one of my now-favorite Facebook memes.