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Friday Notes June 10, 2022

Posted on June 8, 2022


TO:        MAYOR AND COUNCIL

FROM:  KRISTINA MILLER, CITY MANAGER

DATE:   June 10, 2022

 

CITY MANAGER:

FY 2022/2023 Budget:

Staff is finalizing the proposed budget for FY 2022/2023 which will be presented on June 14th for informational purposes.  During the June 14th meeting the City Council will be able to recommend changes as it sees fit for final presentation and adoption at the June 28th City Council meeting.

 

PUBLIC WORKS:

Caltrans Project – Champlin Slough:

SR 99 south of Los Molinos at the Champlin Slough Bridge continues to be fully closed to through traffic. The detour for this project will be South Avenue.  Please anticipate an increase of traffic in this area and plan accordingly if you travel in the Los Molinos area.

Water and Sewer Service Repairs:

  • The water service leak in the alley behind Bob’s Tires has been repaired.

Clark Park Playground:

The installation of the new play structure at Clark Park in the old tennis court area has been completed.  Painting of the play area around the play structure will start this Friday and continue through Saturday.

 

PLANNING/RECREATION:

PLANNING:

Corner Storefront on Fifth and Solano Street:

If you haven’t seen the former M & M Auto Parts Store on the southeast corner of Fifth & Solano Street, it is getting a face lift.  The City is very excited about the improvements to this building as well as other store fronts along our downtown corridor.  Progress is slowly being made and our downtown is beginning to shine.  We thank our Solano Street business/property owners for taking pride in our downtown.  This not only improves the appearance of our town, but it hopefully will also improve business activity.

Training:

City Planner Christina Meeds attended a Subdivision Map Act Class on Friday, May 27th which she found very informative.

RECREATION:

Clark Park Playground & Holistic Playground Painting:

The new playground equipment replacing a portion of the former Tennis Courts at Clark Park has been installed.

The painting of the Holistic Playground covering the remaining portion of the courts will be taking place this weekend.  Friday, June 10th from 7:30 a.m. to Noon we will be stenciling the outline of the Holistic Playground, then on Saturday, June 11th from 7:30 a.m. to noon we will begin painting the Holistic Playground.  We had to change the times due to the hot weather forecast and the excessive heat watch.  If the playground does not get completed, then Dusty Jobe with the PAL group will come on Monday afternoon to finish it up.  We hope to open the play area up early next week.  We would love to have any volunteers to help on either day.  The Rotary Club will be there to feed us. 😊

Children’s Park:

The new playground at Children’s Park on Edith Avenue is scheduled to arrive and start installation on June 15th; it should be completed the following week.  Following the installation completion, the City will be working with the County’s AB 109 Crew to install the wood fiber.

Flag Football:

Flag Football begins on Saturday, June 11th.  The first practice was held on Monday, June 6th and the kids appeared to have had a great time.  Participants will play every Saturday morning at the High School Soccer Fields from 9-11 a.m. through 7/16/22.  Please come out and watch them.

Adult Aerobics:

Our Adult Aerobics classes started this week, we have a total of 38 adults registered and so far, they are having a great time. Our Adult Photography will start this week as well.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT:

Corning Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) Call Volume:

The Corning Volunteer Fire Department responded to 22 calls for service last week, they consisted of:  14 medicals, 1 traffic collision, 1 investigation, and 6 public assists.

The Orland, Artois, Bayliss, Capay, and Glenn Codora Volunteer Fire Department Call Volumes:

The Orland, Artois, Bayliss, Capy, and Glenn Codora Volunteer Fire Departments were dispatched to a combined total of 24 calls for service last week, they consisted of:  10 medicals, 3 fires, 3 traffic collisions, 2 investigations, 3 hazardous conditions, and 3 public service.

Fire Chief’s Message:

The burn ban is in effect for all of Tehama County except for agricultural burns on designated burn days.  It is warming up, stay hydrated.

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