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Barrera to serve as PACER for CSBA

Barrera to serve as PACER for CSBA

Former Corcoran resident Cecilio Barrera has a new position in education. Barrera has been named the CSBA Public Affairs and Community Engagement Representative (PACER) for the San Joaquin-South Division which covers all of Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties.

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City watering schedule

City watering schedule

With warmer days approaching residents are being reminded of the City of Corcoran’s three-day watering schedule. Outdoor watering of lawns, gardens, landscaped areas, plants, trees, shrubs and other greenspace areas is as follows:

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Councilman Robertson says giving back is important

Councilman Robertson says giving back is important

The people of Corcoran is what Corcoran City Councilman Jerry Robertson loves most about his hometown. He also feels that people should give back to their community so that’s how he got started serving as a councilman—that and a visit from two locals is what kick started his public service career.

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Burnham Smith Park

A new, modern playground area at Burnham Smith Park, corner of Dairy and Patterson Avenues, is the result of teamwork. According to City of Corcoran Public Works Director Joe Faulkner the new equipment is being mostly funded with monies from Measure A, a generous donation from The Corcoran Community Foundation and a housing related parks grant as well as impact fees.

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Recycling: what belongs in your green and blue carts

Recycling: what belongs in your green and blue carts

Recycling can be confusing and with new laws that have been put in place it can be even more unclear. However, because the average American makes five pounds of trash a day of which 75 percent can be recycled the Tule Trash Company has made an effort to help residents understand what can and can’t be recycled, what is expected and why residents should recycle.

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Road work on Whitley Avenue continues

Road work on Whitley Avenue continues

Those who drove down Whitley Ave. last week most likely noticed the trench in the middle of the road. The four-inch deep trench was four-feet wide and extended from Dairy Ave. east to Wigdal Ave., just short of downtown and about 1,700 feet long.

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