Coalinga Council Reaffirms Resolution 3964

Coalinga City Council met for an emergency meeting Monday, July 27, to assess whether or not they should rescind Resolution 3964. The resolution was passed on May 7 and proclaimed that all businesses in Coalinga were essential, and should be allowed to remain open even though California Governor Gavin Newsom demanded them to close. Last…

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Chevron Donates $75K To WHC

Chevron Donates $75,000 to Support West Hills Community College District COVID-19 Support Efforts West Hills Community College District will continue to support students in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic with the help of a generous donation from Chevron. Chevron donated $75,000 to help fund computers and internet hot spots for students. West Hills Community…

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COALINGA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER CONFIRMS CHAPTER 9 PLAN

 On May 27, 2020, the Coalinga Regional Medical Center’s Chapter 9 Plan was approved by the United States Bankruptcy Court in Fresno. This brings the complicated, bankruptcy filing to legal resolution. The District remains intact and able to provide healthcare services to the people of the District through its lease arrangement with Coalinga Medical Center.  …

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Barbershops and Salons Allowed To Reopen

It’s time to make an appointment with the person who cuts your hair! Fresno County announced on May 26 that barbershops and salons have permission to reopen. A document has been provided to set rules and guidelines for those businesses to follow. As soon as local shops prove and affirm compliance to these requirements, they…

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All Coalinga Business: ESSENTIAL

Coalinga city council declared all of its businesses essential, which allows all of them to re-open and offer their services to the community. Some call it defiance, (of California’s Governor Newsom) while others see the move as looking toward survival for the community which already had many shuttered businesses prior to Covid-19 putting a greater…

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