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10/10/14  City of Fresno Water Plan Forums Resume Monday
FRESNO, CA – The second community forum on Fresno’s water plan called “Recharge Fresno” will take place Monday, October 13, 2014 at Oraze Elementary School, 3468 N Armstrong Ave, Fresno, CA 93727 (Parking on Dakota, just east of Armstrong.) The forums will provide opportunities for public discussion of water resource issues and specific recommendations to date, as well as offer alternative solutions for water infrastructure and rates. Monday’s focus will be on “Solutions: Fresno’s Water Future”[NOTE: The forum itself begins at 7:00PM. >more 
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10/09/14  City of Fresno Announces New Mayor-Council Code Enforcement Task Force
FRESNO, CA – Mayor Ashley Swearengin today announced the launch of the new Mayor-Council Code Enforcement Task Force to review all municipal code processes, procedures and priorities within the Department of Development and Resource Management. The goal of the task force is to engage stakeholders and staff to determine the most strategic use of the City’s code enforcement resources in order to protect neighborhood integrity, preserve property values and promote investment in Fresno. The task force includes Mayor Swearengin, City Councilmembers Oliver Baines, Paul Caprioglio, and Clint Olivier, as well as a leadership team representing community stakeholders, residents and civic leaders. >more 
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10/08/14  Exceptional Commercial and Residential Landscapes Named at the Fourth Annual Central Valley Friendly Landscaping Awards
Fresno, CA – The winners of the Central Valley Friendly Landscaping (CVFL) Awards Program will be recognized at a ceremony, at the Clovis Botanical Garden. The winners of this year’s program were determined by a committee of water-wise landscaping experts who judged residential landscapes based on their ability to protect and conserve our Valley’s natural resources. These winners serve as a community model of landscapes that encourage others to conserve water, build healthy soil, save energy and reduce garden waste. “Our hope is that recognized Central Valley Friendly landscapes will inspire others and really showcase the beauty and functionality a water-wise Central Valley Friendly garden can offer,” said Nora Laikam, water conservation program supervisor for the City of Fresno >more 
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10/07/14  Team Smile Sponsors Free Children’s Dental Care Day
FRESNO – Team Smile, a group of dental and sports professionals that team up to provide free dental healthcare to children ages 4 -17, will make a stop at the Fresno State South Gym on Saturday, October 11, 2014 to offer free dental care checkups to children. Each child will be provided with preventative dental care from cleanings to fillings and oral health education. Space is limited and advance appointments are required by calling 559-621-7929. >more 
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