2004 Press Releases



05/13/04  City Mock Disaster Exercise
FRESNO, CA (May 13, 2004) The City of Fresno and County of Fresno Bio-terrorism coordinators are conducting an emergency disaster drill tomorrow, May 13, 2004 , throughout the City of Fresno . The exercise is designed to test the emergency response teams throughout the city in the event of an actual emergency. These exercises are held periodically to maintain Fresno 's emergency system and to demonstrate emergency readiness. >more 
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05/11/04  Chaffee Zoo Receives Donation Of Labor
FRESNO, CA (May 11, 2004) Kroeker, Inc. is at that Chaffee Zoo, today, donating labor to replace the deteriorating landscaping poles around the reptile house. The donation of time and labor has been arranged by Councilmember Dages and Mike Muesing, Business Manager of the Laborer's International Union. “This is the second project these two have coordinated to generate more donations of time which will save money for future upgrades at Chaffee Zoo” said Shelly Morrison, Zoo Administrator >more 
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05/07/04  “P” Street Closed to Traffic During City Public Works Celebration
FRESNO, CA (May 7, 2004) The City of Fresno 's Public Works Department has partnered with the General Services Department to Celebrate "National Public Works Week". A proclamation will be read before Council on Tuesday, May 18th proclaiming May 16th through the 22nd as National Public Works Week. "P" Street (in front of City Hall) between Tulare and Fresno Streets will be closed to through traffic on May 18th from 7:00 a.m >more 
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05/05/04  Freeway Beautification Campaign Progress Update
FRESNO, CA (May 5, 2004) The following is an update of the progress made in the Freeway Beautification Campaign since November 2003. This collaboration is made up of the City of Fresno , the Fresno Police Department, Caltrans, and the California Highway Patrol. Progress Since November 2003 • 2,760 Hours Worked • 149 Miles of Roadway Walked • 230 cubic yards of Debris Picked Up This beautification campaign focuses primarily on cleaning local Freeways 41, 168 and 180. >more 
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05/05/04  Freeway Beautification Campaign Progress Update
FRESNO, CA (May 5, 2004) The following is an update of the progress made in the Freeway Beautification Campaign since November 2003. This collaboration is made up of the City of Fresno , the Fresno Police Department, Caltrans, and the California Highway Patrol. Progress Since November 2003 • 2,760 Hours Worked • 149 Miles of Roadway Walked • 230 cubic yards of Debris Picked Up This beautification campaign focuses primarily on cleaning local Freeways 41, 168 and 180. >more 
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