California Water Service Plans Lower Rates, Thanks to Trump’s Corporate Tax Cuts

SAN JOSE, Calif. (NYSE: CWT) – Half of Dixon water users are soon to benefit from the “crumbs” in the federal tax cuts. California Water Service (Cal Water) submitted a filing with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) yesterday to … Continue reading

Supervisor John Vasquez Victorious with Over 54% of the Vote to Win Fifth Term – Set for 20 Year Career

Vasquez Outspends All Three Challengers Combined by 3 to 1 Incumbent Fourth District Solano County Supervisor John Vasquez vanquished his three challengers in Tuesday’s election, garnering over 54% of the total vote – staving off a run-off in November. His … Continue reading

Solano Votes Heavily Against Regional Measure 3 Bridge Toll Hikes – But Larger Counties Put Hike Over the Top

The voters of Solano County resoundingly rejected the Bay Area bridge toll hikes – which will increase those tolls to nine dollars when fully implemented – commuter from our communities will be stuck with those higher rates anyway. Solano County … Continue reading

Dixon City Attorney Doug White Embroiled in Atwater Controversies Similar to Dixon

Bills Atwater $100K in first two months Tipped off by a call from the US Press Freedom Center (USPFC) – a national organization established to defend freedom of the press and transparency and accountability by all levels of government – … Continue reading

Bill condemned by Catholic Bishops, Evangelicals, First Amendment Advocates Dixon Assemblywoman Votes for Extreme Bill to Censor Speech and Press

SACRAMENTO, CA – The California Assembly approved a bill 50-18 that would ban counselors from providing counseling and adults from receiving counsel regarding unwanted same-sex attraction, behavior or gender confusion. The bill is so far reaching that it also prohibits … Continue reading