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District 4 Supervisor Max Rodriguez explores economic development priorities.
It’s been a long time since we paid any attention to fresh cherries in this space, but I eagerly anticipate the summer cherry crop every year.
After my gal posted a Facebook item detailing my birthday shenanigans and surprises and causing yours truly to receive an embarrassing number of congratulatory replies (but thank you very much) I decided to
A conversation on economic development with District 4 Supervisor Max Rodriguez continues:
JENSEN QUESTIONS PUBLIC LASHING OF TAX COLLECTOR — Supervisor Rick Jensen questioned Tuesday the courtesy of the board in the wake of the public scrutiny it gave Madera County Tax Collector Janice Whipkey an
District 4 Supervisor Max Rodriguez discusses economic development, specifically that which could come from high-speed rail, which he has favored, often alone, since the first news of the project.