Mayor of Atwater, Joan Faul, expresses her views on the elimination of the redevelopment program that Governor wants to eliminate, as Gustine's Mayor Pro-Tem-Joe Oliviera, back left, look on during a news conference at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 10. All three mayors Joan Faul, Joe Oliviera, Gustine Pro-Tem and Merced Mayor Bill Spriggs expressed their anger and frustration at the governorÕs plan to eliminate redevelopment. Redevelopment agencies have brought life into Merced County downtowns and served as an economic engine for communities throughout the Valley and the state.
Mayor of Atwater, Joan Faul, expresses her views on the elimination of the redevelopment program that Governor wants to eliminate, as Gustine's Mayor Pro-Tem-Joe Oliviera, back left, look on during a news conference at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 10. All three mayors Joan Faul, Joe Oliviera, Gustine Pro-Tem and Merced Mayor Bill Spriggs expressed their anger and frustration at the governorÕs plan to eliminate redevelopment. Redevelopment agencies have brought life into Merced County downtowns and served as an economic engine for communities throughout the Valley and the state. Merced Sun-Star
Mayor of Atwater, Joan Faul, expresses her views on the elimination of the redevelopment program that Governor wants to eliminate, as Gustine's Mayor Pro-Tem-Joe Oliviera, back left, look on during a news conference at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 10. All three mayors Joan Faul, Joe Oliviera, Gustine Pro-Tem and Merced Mayor Bill Spriggs expressed their anger and frustration at the governorÕs plan to eliminate redevelopment. Redevelopment agencies have brought life into Merced County downtowns and served as an economic engine for communities throughout the Valley and the state. Merced Sun-Star

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