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Draft 2018 State Rail Plan Supports Amtrak San Joaquins and ACE Expansion

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Caltrans has released its Draft 2018 State Rail Plan, which features near-term improvements for the two services managed by the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC), Amtrak San Joaquins and Altamont Corridor Express (ACE). The Draft 2018 State Rail Plan will help guide the state’s priorities for rail investments that will support California’s economy for future generations.  Caltrans’ goal is to provide riders with more travel options that are more efficient, cleaner, faster, and have fewer delays.

Chili Cook-Off Coming To Ace of Spaces

5th Annual fundraiser has new name, location, and benefactor.

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Our Lady of Grace School (OLG) in West Sacramento is proud to announce the 5th Annual River City Chili Cook-off, on November 18, 2017, from 6:00pm-10:00pm at Ace of Spades in midtown Sacramento. Tickets are just $30 per person, and all the proceeds from the event will benefit educational programs at the school.

University California Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners of San Joaquin County partners with the Emergency Food Bank offer FREE gardening classes to the community

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The UCCE Master Gardeners of San Joaquin County have partnered with the Emergency Food Bank Stockton/San Joaquin to host two FREE “hands-on” specialty gardening classes for the community. Classes take place at the Emergency Food Bank Community Garden.

Delta College to Share in $350k Education Grant

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The partnership between the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium (CVHEC), which includes San Joaquin Delta College, and Fresno Compact, has been designated as one of 17 national Talent Hub communities by the non-profit Lumina Foundation. Each Talent Hub will share nearly $6 million in grant funds, of which $350k will go to the CVHEC/Fresno Compact Talent Hub.

Disasters Don't Plan Ahead: You Can!

San Joaquin Count Public Health Services Promotes Disaster Preparedness

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September is National Preparedness Month! Disaster preparedness can prevent an unexpected emergency situation from becoming worse. Public Health officials urge you to know about risks, be informed, make a plan, build a kit and get prepared for disasters that may occur in your area. Plan for and use the all-hazards approach to be READY for any event.

Four Female San Joaquin County Public Defender Investigators File Claims for Sexual Harassment and Discrimination After Being Forced Out of Their Jobs

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Today, Elinor Banks, Candace Gonzales, Edith Villapudua and Guadalupe Zapien-Aguilera filed formal Claims for Damage or Injury against San Joaquin County after suffering sexual discrimination, harassment and retaliation at the hands of their supervisor, Christopher Bruno, and his male cohorts for nearly two years.

Opioid Abuse: An Unprecedented Health Crisis

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California is number one, but it’s not a ranking that makes anyone proud.  According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Golden State had a national record 4,521 drug overdose deaths, the bulk of those attributed to opioids.  In fact, more Californians now die from drug poisoning each year than car accidents.


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