Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Calaveras Council of Governments (COG) Meets Aug. 1, 2012

    The Calaveras Council of Governments meets August 1, 2012 at 6:30 PM in the Board of Supervisors Chambers in San Andreas.
   On the agenda is Approving the Award of a Professional Service Contract for the Ebbetts Pass National scenic Byway corridor Management Plan Project.
   And everyone thought that Callaway was no longer in control of COG?
   There are several other Resolutions on the agenda, but they write them in such ridiculous code so that no one can tell what is getting money and what is not.
   The meetings are open to the public.
    

Plan B performs for Calaveras Arts in West Point on August 15, 2012





                     Calaveras Arts Music in the Parks


Plan B performs for Calaveras Arts in West Point on August 15, 2012
Local favorites and "Best Band" for five years running, Plan B, performs on August 15 at West Point Elementary School.  Music begins at 6:30p and ends at 8:00p.

Jim Bailey, and brothers Keno and Vince Rojas make up Plan B band.  Jim plays drums, Keno is on guitar, and Vince plays base. 



George Fry Running For Yet Another Office?

    George Fry, who has run for elective office many times in Calaveras County without success, has moved to Copperopolis and now wants to run for the Mark Twain Healthcare District Board?
    When the story broke about his having driven a mentally disabled woman to San Diego and then

Chamber Mixer on Thursday, July 26, 2012

   The Resource Connection and the Calaveras Council of Governments (COG) will host a Mixer this Thursday, July 26, 2012 in their office at 444 West St. Charles Street  (Hwy 49) in San Andreas.
    The Mixer starts at 5:30 PM and is open to all local business people.  Appetizers and Local Wines will be served.  Mixers are a great way to meet people and network. Please join us.   
    For more information, contact the Chamber at 754-5400.

Rico Oller on $54 Million Surplus

    In a statement by Rico Oller regarding the California State Department of Parks and Recreations $54 million surplus, he adamantly demands an answer as to why the State of California has been threatening to close parks throughout the state.

Narcotics Arrest in Murphys

   Patrick Steven Lyle, 20, of Arnold, was arrested at Hwy 4 and Appleblossom Rd in Murphys on July 24, 2012 for alleged  11352 A HS Transporting with Intent to Sell Narcotics/Controlled Substance, 11360 A HS Sell Marijuana and 1320 B PC Failure to Appear of a Felony Charge, all felonies,  on Warrant # A120566.
   Lyle was booked into the Calaveras County Jail by a  Calaveras County Sheriff's Deputy.

Suspicion Turns to Arrest in Railroad Flat

       A Calaveras County Sheriff's Deputy saw something suspicious at Railroad Flat Elementary School Tuesday, July 24, 2012, and stopped to investigate.
     Arrested on a local warrant for alleged Controlled Substance Paraphernalia was Michael Lee Hogan, 42 of Railroad Flat.
   Hogan was booked into the Calaveras County Jail and then released on his own recognizance.

CalFire Trucks at Murphys Motel

   We've had reports that there are several CalFire engines parked at the Murphys Inn Motel this morning, July 25, 2012.
   Although we are not aware of any local fires making it necessary to call in outside units, we are checking to see why they are staying in Murphys.