Friday Notes January 28, 2022

Posted on January 27, 2022

DATE: January 28, 2022


City Hall has reopened. The Finance Department remains closed. I anticipate it will reopen in the next week. We remain eager to serve the public. You can pay all invoices online at or through the mail slot in front of Finance.

Mid-Year Budget and Annual Financial Statements

The Annual Financial Statements are being finalized. I plan to present both the annual financial statements and mid-year budget at a City Council meeting in February. Overall outlook is positive.

I attended the Tri Counties Economic Forecast Conference virtually on January 27th. Accommodations and restaurants are still down 14% and 5%, respectively nationwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most other industries are recovering or have recovered. These two industries are also experiencing more difficulties hiring and retaining employees.

I will be out of the office February 2-4 attending the City Manager’s Department Meeting.


The City is currently seeking three volunteers to sit on the Proposition 68 Recreation Center and City Plaza Ad-Hoc Committee. You can apply by visiting: This is not a paid position. Ad-Hoc Committee members will provide input on the new Recreation Center and City Plaza. More information can be found on the City Recreation Facebook page. It has been advertised on local social media pages and shared with the Jr. High and High School. Applications are due February 11th. The City Council will consider appointments at the February 22nd City Council meeting.

Winter Recreation is in full swing with 85 youth enrolled. Staff is working on the details for the Flag Football league.


Patrol: In addition to responding to 138 calls for service, a total of 30 officer reports were taken and there were 119 officer-initiated incidents, including 39 traffic stops. Officers made 8 misdemeanor and 5 felony arrests. Officers issued 23 citations, of which; 9 were misdemeanors, 2 were infractions, and 12 were parking during the period of January 19, 2022, through January 26, 2022.

Training: Officers continue to participate in POST Portal training and Lexipol Daily Training Bulletins. Other POST on-line training continues for Patrol and Dispatch personnel.

“Good health is the best wealth.”


The Corning Volunteer Fire Department responded to 22 calls for service last week, they were: 15 medicals, 2 mutual aid fires, 1 traffic collision, 2 public service and 2 hazardous conditions.

The Orland, Capay, Butte City, Ord Bend and Glenn Codora Volunteer Fire Departments were dispatched to 21 calls for service last week, they were: 8 medicals, 3 fires, 6 traffic collisions, 2 public service, 1 hazardous condition and 1 investigation.

Please keep your properties neat and clear of brush and debris.

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