Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Major change at Calaveras Planning Commission!!! At least at first!!

UPDATE;  We are now aware that Mr. Tunno, and possibly Ms. Meutterties, were hoodwinked into believing they had to pass the Housing Element the way the Planning Department wrote it.

Mark Twain Elementary School LOCKDOWN!!

   On May 13, 2015 at approximately 11:15 AM, the Angels Camp Police Department notified Mark Twain Elementary School staff to LOCK DOWN their campus as a precautionary measure due to a search warrant being served at a residence that borders school property.

   One the residence was secured and it was determined that there was no danger to the school, the school was notified that it was safe to return to their normally scheduled day.

Escapee from Vallecito Work Camp

   UPDATE:  Per the Calaveras Sheriff's Office the escaped inmate has been captured and returned to custody.  It seems the Sheriff had the help of people who called in a reported seeing the suspect on Murphys Grade Road.

Letter to: The Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Planning Department and County Counsel...

   April 30, 2015

   From:  David Tunno, District 5 Planning Commissioner

   Re:  2015 Housing Element


    The subject of the Housing Element, particularly how the element was presented to the Planning Commission, should be the subject of concern to the Commission and the Board of Supervisors going forward, especially inasmuch as it will likely return to both bodies

In Washington state

Quillayute Needles National Wildlife Refuge
in Washinton state--WOW!!

Vehicle blocking Hwy 12

  UPDATE at 9:20 AM:  One-way traffic control is in place until a big rig tow can reach the truck in trouble.  This is actually closer to Briski Hill.

Rain expected for Calaveras Fair Thursday...

   If you plan to attend the Calaveras County Fair on opening day Thursday, be sure to take your umbrellas and other rain gear.

   Thunderstorms are expected Thursday afternoon and evening. Hope the Miss Calaveras contestants will be able to remain dry.

What fires do to wildlife

   This photo was taken by CalFire after they rescued an injured fawn during the Forebay Fire. Obviously too tiny