Videotape of the entire ceremony conducted at Yuba City High School on Sept. 11, 2011, on the 10th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, is now available for viewing on the County of Sutter’s web streaming portal, http://www.suttervideo.org.
The event was hosted by Tri-Counties Blue Star Moms. Sutter County Supervisor Jim Whiteaker was master of ceremonies. The event included a fly-by by F-15 fighter jets, a bell-ringing ceremony marking the chronological order of events on the day of the attacks, prayers, speeches, patriotic songs, and demonstrations on the proper manner in which to fold—and dispose—of an American flag.
Sutter County Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) will hold a Special Meeting, Thursday, September 29, 2011, 10:00 a.m. at the Whitaker Hall (Sheriff’s Training Center), 44 Second Street, Yuba City. The focus of this meeting will be to review and approve the Phase I Plan - AB 109 Realignment.
Contact Leticia Paras-Topete or Emmy Yandall of Sutter County Probation 822-7320 if you have any questions.
Construction crews began in the week after Labor Day to repair a damaged section of northern levee along the Natomas Cross Canal at Verona, in south Sutter County.
The project is expected to be completed before the rainy season.
Civil Engineering of Loomis is performing the work under a $397,568 contract. Three quarters of the contract will be paid for by the state of California and 25 percent is a local match that will be paid for by the County of Sutter, and in-kind credit for fill dirt provided by Reclamation District 1001, according to RD 1001 Manager Diane Fales.
The construction company is taking down sections of the levee where cracks developed during storms in March of this year. New soil will be brought in and compacted, and a stability berm to support the new section of levee will be constructed on the land side.
The Natomas Cross Canal carries drainage from Placer County across Sutter County and into the Sacramento River at Verona. Approximately 200 farms and homes in the Nicolaus basin would be at risk for flooding if the levee failed. Highway 99-70 would also be threatened.
|Event:||Passport Day in the USA|
|Date:||Saturday, September 17, 2011|
|Time:||9:00 am – 1:00 pm|
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