Friday, November 30, 2018

Angels City office flooded--move to bank

   The City of Angels Camp had one of their buildings flooded and have now moved into the old Umpqua Bank building that Middleton owns.

  The cost of this damage and move are on the City Council agenda on December 4, 2018.

Why so many leaving City of Angels jobs?

   The agenda for Tuesday December 4, 2018 has an agenda item recognizing several people for their service

Fiery crash outside Lockeford

   November 30, 2018 at 12:30 PM:  Three vehicles, one a big rig, have reportedly collided on Locust Tree Road and Kettleman Lane outside Lockeford, just off Hwy 88.

   At least one vehicle was fully engulfed in flames when first reported. An ambulance is responding to the scene.  Six CHP have been dispatched to the crash.

  

Stones tour coming to Bay Area

   The 2019 Rolling Stones tour called "No filter" will be coming to Levi Stadium

Three Extremists appointed to Mills' Research Conservation Board

 Voted for themselves????

   The Research Conservation Board, which was pushed and created by the worst Supervisor

Calaveras Sheriff getting new trucks!

   On the Consent Agenda for the Calaveras Supervisors December 4, 2018 meeting is an item authorizing the Sheriff to buy 4 Ford F150 Police Responder trucks.

   The cost of these trucks is $137,200.00 pus sales tax and fees. My, My,  My!!

Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release on Calaveras Agenda

   On Tuesday December 4, 2018 the Calaveras Supervisors will hold a Closed Session for Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release prior to their regular Board meeting.

    They also have a Closed Session to replace the County Administrator Tim Lutz, who is leaving Calaveras after only 18 month.

Collision on Hwy 4

   November 30, 2018 at 9:25 AM:  A PT Cruiser has run off Hwy 4 near Poole Station Road in Angels Camp.

   CHP is en route to the scene. No injuries are indicated.  Be extra cautious if headed in that direction.

Tree down on Hwy 108

   November 30, 2018 at 9 AM:  A tree has fallen into power lines and across Hwy 108 near Mono Way in Sonora.

   CHP and PG&E are en route to the scene. Be extra cautious if headed that way.

Permits to burn okay by Calfire

   This morning Calfire issued that today is a legal burn day if you have a permit in Calaveras and Tuolumne counties.

   It's been many months since burning was permitted in the district.

Free sandbags at Angels Camp Police department

   The Angels Camp Police department has announced that they have free sandbags available at the office on Monte Verde Street.

   Bags, sand and a shovel are available for use, but you must bag the sand yourself.

Bear Valley gets 2 more feet of snow

   The storm that poured rain on most of Calaveras County yesterday, piled the snow up another 2 feet at Bear Valley.

   Nothing in Arnold yet, but another storm expected Saturday afternoon is expected to drop snow
levels to 2800'.  Keep your shovels and chains handy.