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Friday, November 24, 2017

Daily Alert from the Amador County Sheriff's Department

Crimes
Reports for crimes shown below were recently approved.
Case #Date of CrimeDate ReportedCrime TypeCrimeClassificationLocationMap
1711180811/23/2017 15:30-15:3011/12/2017 12:55AssaultBattery On Person700 Block of COURT ST, JACKSON(View)
1711181311/12/2017 19:00-08:0011/13/2017 08:53Larceny TheftGrnd Thft:Prop/Etc $950+Felony16400 Block of WILLOW CREEK RD, PLYMOUTH (UNINC)(View)

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Daily Alert from the Amador County Sheriff's Office

Crimes
Reports for crimes shown below were recently approved.
Case #Date of CrimeDate ReportedCrime TypeCrimeClassificationLocationMap
1711176011/4/2017 17:4011/4/2017 17:44Larceny TheftShoplifting (under $950)Misdemeanor12000 Block of INDUSTRY BL, MARTELL(View)
1711177011/3/2017 15:30-16:0011/6/2017 09:30Larceny TheftTheft Personal PropertyMisdemeanor10500 Block of WICKLOW WY, MARTELL(View)
1711178611/7/2017 23:0011/8/2017 02:02Larceny TheftTheft Personal PropertyMisdemeanor12200 Block of NEW YORK RANCH RD, JACKSON(View)
1711181411/12/2017 14:2311/13/2017 10:13Larceny TheftAppropr Lost Prop -$950Misdemeanor12200 Block of NEW YORK RANCH RD, JACKSON(View)
1711183411/15/2017 16:00-18:0011/16/2017 10:51Larceny TheftTheft Personal PropertyMisdemeanor23700 Block of CARSON DR, PIONEER(View)
1711184011/17/2017 15:19-15:4111/17/2017 15:18AssaultBattery On Person19600 Block of MELLA DR, VOLCANO(View)

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Daily Alert from the Amador County Sheriff's Office

Crimes
Reports for crimes shown below were recently approved.
Case #Date of CrimeDate ReportedCrime TypeCrimeClassificationLocationMap
1711184211/18/2017 00:3011/18/2017 00:35AssaultBattery On Person12000 Block of INDUSTRY BL, MARTELL(View)

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Daily Alert from the Amador County Sheriff's Office

Crimes
Reports for crimes shown below were recently approved.
Case #Date of CrimeDate ReportedCrime TypeCrimeClassificationLocationMap
1710173210/31/2017 22:5010/31/2017 22:58AssaultBattery On Person25200 Block of HWY 88, PIONEER(View)
1711181611/13/2017 10:00-14:3411/13/2017 14:34AssaultBattery On Person18200 Block of QUARTZ MTN RD N, FIDDLETOWN(View)
1711181811/12/2017 10:30-21:3611/13/2017 19:29AssaultInf Corp Inj:Spouse/CohabFelony19600 Block of PITTS DR, PINE GROVE(View)
1711182011/14/2017 02:5411/14/2017 02:58Larceny TheftShoplifting (under $950)Misdemeanor12100 Block of INDUSTRY BL, MARTELL(View)

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

McClintock E-News - Oct/Nov 2017

 
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October E-News
Statement in Opposition to National Park Fee Increase Proposal
The Congressman issued the following statement in opposition to the National Park Fee Increase Proposal. The National Park Service will accept comments on the fee increase proposal through November 23rd.
On Tuesday afternoon, I personally expressed to Secretary Zinke my strong objection to the proposed steep entrance fee hikes for our National Parks.
 
Two of the principal objectives I have set as Chairman of the House Federal Lands Sub-committee are to restore public access to the public lands and to restore the federal government as a good neighbor to those communities directly impacted by the public lands. The proposed fee increases run counter to both of these policies.
At a time when we are trying to encourage more Americans to visit and value our national parks, more than doubling entrance fees is certain to have a significant impact on park visits and the commerce they bring to our gateway communities.

Tax Reform and the Budget 
Tax reform and the budget were topics of floor remarks delivered by the Congressman in October:
Unsustainable government spending drives both taxes and debt.   
 
The budget resolution sets the spending architecture for the fiscal year. The House version provided for $200 billion of enforceable mandatory spending reductions over ten years and balanced within the decade.  
 
The Senate amendments gut these provisions, squandering the one opportunity Congress has each year to bring mandatory spending under control -- taking us another year closer to a sovereign debt crisis.  This is tragic and I condemn it in the strongest terms.
  
 
"The Senate has retained just one key provision from the House budget. It makes tax reform possible this year.  Tax reform is essential to economic growth, and economic growth is essential to confront our debt."

We Are Running Out of Forests to Save
The Congressman delivered the following remarks on the House floor on October 3rd:
I want to thank Chairman Gosar of the Western Caucus for arranging this special order tonight. The wildfire crisis facing our forests across the West comes down to a simple adage. Excess timber comes out of the forest one way or the other. It is either carried out, or it burns out. But it comes out.
 
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 "After 45 years of experience with these environmental laws – all passed with the promise they would improve the forest environment – I think we are entitled to ask, “How is the forest environment doing?”  All around us, the answer is damning. These laws have not only failed to improve our forest environment – they are literally killing our forests."


Folsom Dam Ceremony
On October 17th the Congressman spoke at a celebration commemorating the completion of the new Folsom Dam auxiliary spillway: 
There have been so many milestones passed with this project, it is a wonderful feeling to realize that we’ve finally arrived at the destination. 
The Folsom Dam auxiliary gates will help the Sacramento region achieve 200-year flood protection, taking the chance of flooding to one half of one percent per year. Those are better odds than we’ve ever had against the kind of flooding that once plagued our Capitol region. This year, we’ve seen the damage flooding can do on a massive scale, and this project will help defend against such a fate here.
Folsom Dam Ceremony

Guides and Outfitters (GO) Act 
Floor Statement - Committee on Natural Resources
Remarks delivered by Congressman McClintock in support of H.R. 289, the Guides and Outfitters (GO) Act:
For many years, we have seen increasingly severe restrictions on the public’s use of the public land. One of the most galling aspects of this exclusionary policy is the use of exorbitant fees to prevent many group events and small business services that are often the economic mainstay of small mountain communities like those in my district in the Sierra Nevada.  
 
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Guides and Outfitters (GO) Act 


Local Events
On October 6th Congressman McClintock made remarks at a ceremony to mark the naming of the Lincoln segment of State Route 65 in honor of longtime Lincoln leader Tom Cosgrove who was instrumental in making the route a reality.

On October 17th the Congressman spoke at a celebration commemorating the completion of the new Folsom Dam auxiliary spillway. Later that day he met with members of the Recording Academy to discuss issues facing the recording industry and with members of the Board of Realtors to discuss tax reform.

On October 18th the Congressman was the keynote speaker at the El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce luncheon. The meeting was held in Placerville. 
 
Town Hall

On October 19th Congressman McClintock met with members of the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce. That evening he held a town hall meeting in O’Neals. The meeting was held at Minarets High School.

 
Forestry Challenge, Grizzly Flats
On October28th the Congressman spoke to students at the forestry challenge, an academic competition for high school students involved in forestry education. The event was held in Grizzly Flats. Later that day he attended the Religious Freedom Conference held at the Mormon Center in Rancho Cordova. 
 
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Town Hall Meeting 
 
The Congressman held a town hall meeting in October in O'Neals 
District Conference Call
Congressman McClintock hosts conference calls with constituents to discuss a variety of issues pending before Congress. Don't miss the next call! Click hereto sign up to be included (if you have already signed up for a previous call there is no need to opt-in again).
Satellite Office Hours
Office staff members are available to assist constituents with problems or concerns at satellite office locations held throughout the district. Anyone wishing to discuss an issue of federal concern is invited to attend one of these satellite office sessions and speak with a member of staff.
November 2017 staff satellite office hours are scheduled to be held in the following counties:
Amador
Calaveras
El Dorado
Placer
Tuolumne
A full listing of staff satellite office locations, dates and times can be found on our website. For further information, please call the district office at 916-786-5560.


 
Connect with Tom
  
 
Washington, D.C. Office 
2312 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone:  202-225-2511
Fax:  202-225-5444
Roseville District Office 
2200A Douglas Blvd, Suite 240
Roseville, CA 95661
Phone:  916-786-5560
Fax:  916-786-6364
 

Thursday, October 26, 2017

2017 Draft Sutter Creek General Plan Update


The Notice of Intent to Circulate the Draft 2017 Sutter Creek General Plan Update and Prepare an Initial Study/Negative Declaration of Environmental Impact can be viewed by following the link below:


The 2017 Sutter Creek Draft General Plan Update can be viewed by following the link below:


Thank you,


Karen Darrow
City Clerk
City of Sutter Creek
18 Main St.
Sutter Creek Ca 95685
209.267.5647 ext 223
kdarrow@cityofsuttercreek.org