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Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Attorney F. Eric Saunders Expands Range Of Services & Opens Office In Arnold

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/22/2015 10:42 AM
Arnold, CA....Great news for our area and the expanding range of expert services available in Calaveras County and the surrounding areas! We would like to welcome Attorney F. Eric Saunders to our local business community. His law office is now open in Arnold and will have the practice focus areas of: Wills & Trusts, Estate & Tax Planning, Estate Administration & Intellectual Property Law. While we expect the bulk of his practice here locally to be in the more general practice areas it is great news to have a seasoned patent and intellectual property law attorney practicing here locally. Calaveras County has always had strong Silicon Valley ties and with this addition is helps this area become not only a weekend playground but and area where those new ideas can flourish and be protected....

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Mark Twain Medical Center Awards over $25,000 in Community Grants To Area Not-For-Profit Organizations

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/22/2015 09:42 AM
San Andreas, CA...Mark Twain Medical Center (MTMC) has selected several Calaveras County not-for-profit organizations to receive the Mark Twain Medical Center Community Grant for 2014. “On behalf of Mark Twain Medical Center, we are pleased to award over $25,000 in community grants this year,” announced Craig Marks, Hospital President. “The Mark Twain Medical Center Community Grants Program is designed to support not-for-profits that collaborate to address community health needs, particularly those that focus on underserved populations. Therefore, the projects to be funded must involve collaboration with 3 other local organizations and be linked to MTMC. Each of these selected organizations provides invaluable services to our community, and we are thankful for all that they do.”

Craig Marks, President/CEO, Mark Twain Medical Center, Tasha Unninayar, Dr. Thompson, and Susan Deax-Keirns, Mind Matters Clinic; Jennifer Grabowski and Mike Pierce, DRAIL; Mary Ellen Sousa-Hiner, Director and Co-Founder for Creative Support Alternatives; Larry Cornish, COO, Mark Twain Medical Center; and (front) Barry Smith Executive Director, DRAIL.
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As ATT Phases Out Copper Signal Service Helps Customers Migrate To Future

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/21/2015 04:14 PM
Vallecito, CA...In January of this past year, AT&T presented to the FCC. It’s National Broadband Plan for the Future. This extensive plan documents AT&T’s plan to phase out standard, copper phone lines referring to standard telephone lines as “Relics of a bye gone era” and to integrate broadband/network phone lines into every residence and business in America. With only 20% of American homes currently using standard copper wire phone lines, and more and more consumers switching to VOIP phone systems each day, AT&T is gradually achieving this goal. Two similar situations were the phasing out of analog cell phones and analog televisions in the previous decade. Unfortunately, when switching from standard land lines to VOIP/internet phone services, the consumer is rarely informed by the new phone service provider when it comes to his or her security system will be dramatically affected. “Why?” You may ask. Simply put, if a security system (burglar alarm or fire alarm) has been communicating with its central station via land lines for its entirety and then your phone line is switched to broadband, the panel can no longer communicate with the central station because it is designed for copper lines, not internet lines...

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Angels Camp Expands Focus on Tourism and Retail Development

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/20/2015 08:08 AM
Angels Camp, CA...Jan. 19, 2015 - The City of Angels Camp and Destination Angels Camp have entered into a partnership with Buxton to help strategically expand the city’s tourism and retail markets. Buxton’s best-in-class customer analytics will allow DAC to better understand the shopping and dining preferences of both visitors and residents and to identify the most promising potential retailers to attract to the area...

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Calaveras County Board of Supervisors To Meet At Foothill Village Jan. 16

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/15/2015 09:28 AM
San Andreas, CA....Cliff Edson was voted Board Chair & Chris Wright was elected to the Vice-Chair position as they lead the new Calaveas County Board of Supervisors into 2015. Friday morning starting at 8am they will be holding a special meeting at Foothill Village in Angels Camp...

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Angels Camp City Council Is Back In Action January 20th

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/15/2015 10:16 AM
Angels Camp, CA...The Angels Fire House will again play host to the Angels Camp City Council and on their agenda is the Angels Creek Master Plan & Trail, Quarterly Financial Reports, Commission, Board & Committee Appointments and more. The agenda is enclosed...

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Remarks by the President on Promoting Community Broadband

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/14/2015 02:40 PM
Cedar Falls, IA...Hello, Cedar Falls! (Applause.) Thank you. It’s good to be back. Well, first of all, give Marc a big round of applause for the introduction and the great work he’s doing. (Applause.) I also want to thank Mayor Jon Crews, as well as Jim Krieg and the whole team here at Cedar Falls Utilities for hosting us here today. Give them a big round of applause. (Applause.)

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San Joaquin Entrepreneur Challenge!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/13/2015 11:07 PM

Skyline International Development, Inc. Completes Purchase of Bear Valley Mountain Resort

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/12/2015 09:45 AM
Bear Valley, Calif., (January 12, 2015) –Skyline International Development, Inc., Canada’s leading owner, operator and developer of hospitality resorts and destination communities, has completed its purchase of Bear Valley Mountain Resort after receiving a permit to operate the resort from the US Forest Service. The 1,700-acre Bear Valley ski area includes: nine chair lifts, a 2,000-stall parking lot, and a 40,000 sq. ft. mountain base lodge. “I strongly believe that we have acquired one of the most beautiful properties in Northern California and we cannot wait to bring the full experience here,” says Skyline CEO Michael Sneyd. “We are pleased with this addition to our ever-growing hotel and resorts portfolio. We look forward to providing an exemplary standard of hospitality service to Bear Valley.”

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US Labor Secretary Perez on December employment numbers

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/10/2015 11:22 AM
Washington, DC...U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez issued the following statement about the December 2014 Employment Situation report released today: “The U.S. economy closed out the year on a continued hot streak – 252,000 new jobs, with the unemployment rate falling to 5.6 percent. December was the 58th consecutive month of private sector job growth, to the tune of 11.2 million jobs. Average unemployment for 2014 was down 1.2 percentage points from 2013, the largest decrease since 1984....
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