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Mayor Schroder: ‘Hopefully, we’ll have a break … to recover’

By ROB SCHRODER Mayor of Martinez Just a little over a week into the new year and Martinez experienced its first flood in a decade. After days and days of heavy rains saturating the surrounding hills and several king tides, Alhambra Creek surpassed its capacity to drain the watershed, and …

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‘Martinez deserves honesty, transparency’

For weeks, Federal Glover’s camp has been sending out false information about AnaMarie Avila Farias. Whether you support her or not, you should not accept lies about any candidate in a campaign. Such deceit simply makes the participating perpetrator(s) unworthy of public service. The Glover camp has promoted that AnaMarie …

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Stand up to outside interest mudslinging

Like you, I’ve received a bunch [of] mailers filled with mistruths about AnaMarie Avila Farias in the mail. It infuriated me to see that independent expenditures on behalf of Federal Glover would stoop to the lowest level of mudslinging and tied three council members to the piece. At the last …

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Local politicians taking heat

‘Mudslinging’ amps up as General Election nears By E. CLARK Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – Several local candidates for public office, as well as politicians not on the ballot this year, are taking heat for their alleged involvement in “hit pieces” coming through the mail, on social media and other …

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Council recognizes Ingemar Olsson for longstanding community service

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Capt. Ingemar Olsson, U.S. Merchant Marine, was honored during the July 20 City Council meeting in recognition of 15 years of service to the Martinez community. Mayor Rob Schroder presented Olsson with a Certificate of Recognition, stating: “The Martinez City Council, on this 20th day of July …

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ALL HAIL THE CONQUERING GRADUATES!

Alhambra High School Class of 2016 graduates By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – The shrill of bull horns and screams and cheers of joy by family and friends is still hanging in the air at Knowles Field a week after the latest send off of graduates from Alhambra …

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Library program filling minds & stomachs

By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Martinez Library’s Lunch at the Library program continues next week with Mayor Rob Schroder and Police Chief Manjit Sappal scheduled to serve as special guest readers. The local lunch program is designed to combat hunger and fill the summer nutrition gap …

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City honors memory of accident victims

By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune Forty years have passed but frozen in time are the faces of the 28 Yuba City Union High School students who perished in a local horrific school bus crash that made international headlines. Black and white photographs adorned the permanent memorial at the Martinez Regional …

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City appoints new manager

MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Martinez City Council has announced the appointment of a new city manager. Brad Kilger, who has served as the city manager of Benicia since 2010, will assume his position with the City of Martinez June 13. “Brad (Kilger) brings to us the perfect blend of professional …

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Martinez swan extermination rumor false

By E. CLARK Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – For the last couple of years, Martinez Marina has been home to two majestic swans. Sometimes they can be viewed out near the end of the pier being photographed and admired by onlookers. Other times they’ve been known to slip up on …

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