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Closure for Clarksburg Road and Lane Closure for South River Road

Closure for Clarksburg Road and Lane Closure for South River Road

(Woodland, CA) – Due to road construction, Clarksburg Road from State Route 84 to Willow Avenue will be closed to through traffic from August 29 to September 23. Additionally, South River Road from Pumhouse to Rose roads will have a lane closure from September 9 to September 16.

These projects will reconstruct the existing Clarksburg Road and portions of South River Road.

Detour signs will direct motorists to alternate routes. However, access to properties and businesses along the closed section of the Clarksburg Road will be provided at all times.

Construction will be conducted by Lamon Construction, the low bid contractor from Yuba City, California, at the cost of approximately $1,290,000, and will be funded from the County’s Road Fund.

Yolo County Receives Two Recognitions for Countywide Solar Project

Yolo County Receives Two Recognitions for Countywide Solar Project

Yolo County recently applied for one, and ultimately received two recognitions for its countywide solar project from the California Counties Architects & Engineers Association.

Trained by Davis Arden Hills Racing Team, 10 Swimmers Have Successfully Made the Olympic Trials Cut

Trained by Davis Arden Hills Racing Team, 10 Swimmers Have Successfully Made the Olympic Trials Cut

Known for incredibly fast, exciting and suspense-filled competitions, 10 talented local swim athletes trained by the Davis Arden Hills Racing Team (DART) are scheduled to compete in the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials June 26-July 3 in Omaha, Nebraska, in hopes of representing the United States at the upcoming Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to USA Swimming, the 2016 Olympic Team Trials rank as the biggest swimming competition in the country, the results of which will determine who will represent Team USA.

The community at large is encouraged to keep watch and cheer on the amazingly talented local DART swimmers who have qualified thus far, including:

 

Keep Your Home California Receives $383.3 Million in Funding to Help More Homeowners

Keep Your Home California Receives $383.3 Million in Funding to Help More Homeowners

SACRAMENTO – Keep Your Home California will receive an additional $383.3 million in funding from the federal government, allowing the mortgage-assistance program to help prevent foreclosure for more homeowners struggling with financial hardships.

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced the additional funding Wednesday, the second phase of additional funding approved for the Hardest Hit Fund program during the past two months.

The combined $383.3 million will allow the state-managed program to help at least 12,000 more homeowners. Qualifying homeowners can receive up to $100,000 in mortgage payment assistance from Keep Your Home California.

Davis Library Parcel Tax Exemption Deadline June 1, 2016

Davis Library Parcel Tax Exemption Deadline June 1, 2016

(Woodland, CA) – The deadline to file for an exemption from the Davis special library parcel tax is June 1, 2016.  Exemptions to the special tax are granted for the following:

1.      Property zoned and used for agriculture and not containing a residence.

2.      Property which is not buildable or developable because of some reasonably permanent incapacity.  This contemplates odd parcels or pieces which for historic or other reasons have not been merged into adjacent parcels, but which, because of size or other reasonably permanent disability, do not or cannot comprise a separate building site.

Davis dog to compete for Westminster gold


 

A local canine will compete to be top dog in one of the seven new breeds added to this year’s Westminster Kennel Club competition.

Davis student one of 12 in the world to get perfect AP exam score


 

When Matthew Cheung walked into his AP Calculus AB exam room last May, he was confident. He was one of the top students in his class and had just aced the class final, which is based off the AP exam.

The 18-year-old wasn't surprised when he got his score back: a 5, the highest score one can receive on the exam.

But, what he didn't see coming was that he would be 1 of 12 students in the world to get a perfect score.

Matthew didn't even find out about what he had accomplished until more than 7 months later, when the Davis Senior High School Principal received a letter from the College Board and posted it on Instagram.

Matthew isn't big on social media. He actually found out about his accomplishment from his friends and teammates.