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Mee Memorial wins first place award for second time

Modified: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
KING CITY-The King City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Lighted Christmas Parade strode down Broadway on Dec. 2 with Mee Memorial winning the coveted spot of best Christmas Parade float. Coming in second place Clubs and Organizations was Girl Scouts Troop 353 while first went to the King City Co-op.
This year's float theme was "The Magic of Music at

Veterans center comes to library-available every Friday of every month

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
KING CITY-The King City Library welcomed the Veterans Resource Center on Friday, Dec. 2 to the veterans of the King City area.
"There's 1.8 million veterans in California, and there are more veterans in California that any other state," said Veterans Connect @ the Library Project Manager Karen Bosch Cobb....

City to sell PG&E energy credits-will be transferred for purchase of security cameras, downtown improvement

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
KING CITY-The City of King will be selling energy credits back to PG&E and use the money to fund security cameras and downtown improvements.
The City Council approved the selling of the energy credits on Nov. 22 as part of the consent agenda.
The PG&E credits were originally intended to improve underground utilities....

Churches distribute shoebox gifts

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 30th, 2016
SOUTH COUNTY-South County does it again. 3166 Shoeboxes for underprivileged children left First Baptist Church Monday, Nov. 21. People and churches of King City, Lonoak, Greenfield, Soledad and the surrounding area surpassed their donation last year by about 500 boxes.
The boxes will be loaded into a stock trailer and go to Paso Robles. The shoeboxes will be loaded into

Council Oks Waste contract-Rates to go up 16 percent street sweeping added

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 30th, 2016
KING CITY-The City Council unanimously approved the revised Waste Management franchise agreement to begin on Jan. 1.
The agreement includes a provision to implement street sweeping services at a future date. Another change is that USA Waste of California or Waste Management will have a 16 percent rate increase instead of the 24 percent previously considered.
"It's past due cost

City moves forward with Monterey Bay Community Power

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 30th, 2016
KING CITY-The City Council of King voted 4-1 to adopt a resolution of intent to participate in drafting a Joint Powers Authority agreement with Monterey Bay Community power for cleaner energy solutions.
"For the past couple of years the city has been participating in a joint study funded by a grant with other jurisdictions in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San

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