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City council to consider expenditure plan

The Stockton City Council will hold a special meeting to consider an expenditure plan. On August 21, at 6 p.m., the city council will review what’s called the “Strong Communities…

State holds $7.1B in unclaimed property

State holds $7.1B in unclaimed property

California is in possession of $7.1 billion in unclaimed property belonging to an estimated 27.9 million individuals and organizations. According to Republican Assemblyman Heath Flora’s office, the Unclaimed Property Law…

Workshop to be held on Stockton’s East Main Street revitalization

Property owners, business owners, community leaders and residents are encouraged to attend a workshop centered on the revitalization of Stockton’s East Main Street Corridor. The workshop, hosted by Mayor Michael…

Turlock city manager set to retire

Turlock City Manager Gary Hampton will retire from his position on July 15. Fire Chief Robert Talloni was named Interim City Manager by the city council at its July 11…

Mousalimas announces re-election campaign

Mousalimas announces re-election campaign

San Joaquin County Superintendent of Schools, James Mousalimas, is seeking re-election in 2018. Mousalimas has held the position since being elected in 2014. “The San Joaquin County Office of Education…

Central Valley businessman Cox to announce bid for 10th District

Central Valley businessman Cox to announce bid for 10th District

TJ Cox, a Central Valley small businessman, is slated to announce his bid for California’s 10th Congressional District. The 10th District is comprised of the cities of Tracy, Manteca, Riverbank,…

SJ County board approves $1.62B 2017-2018 budget

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. The budget of $1.62 billion is increased by $127 million over the previous fiscal…

LLC statements now available to file online

Californians can now file limited liability company (LLC) statements of information online. In a move to reduce paperwork and make filing easier, Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced the creation…

Work continuing on 11th Street Bridge replacement project in Tracy

Stage two of the construction on Tracy’s 11th Street Bridge replacement is about 70 percent complete, according to a project update provided by the City of Tracy. The bridge crosses…

Stockton State of the City highlights economic development, reinventing image

Stockton State of the City highlights economic development, reinventing image

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor STOCKTON – The port, always a hive a activity, was especially buzzing with activity on May 18. Community leaders, businesspeople, vendors, workers and many…

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