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YES ON MEASURE L! Better roads in Stanislaus

Revenues available to operate, maintain and improve our transportation system have not kept up with the needs of our community. In November 2016, voters will be asked to consider Measure L, a ½ cent sales tax to address these needs.
Counties that have implemented local sales tax measures for transportation, called “Self-Help Counties,” are able to do more themselves and are more successful in leveraging a larger share of state and federal dollars. A diverging diamond interchange, shown below, is proposed for the Service/Mitchell/Hwy. 99 interchange and could receive initial funding from Measure L. Click here for more information.


The Ceres Chamber of Commerce is joining business leaders, elected officials and various non-profits in supporting the Worth Your Fight campaign against the State Water Board's proposal. This proposal disregards our water rights and would force MID and TID to dedicate 40 percent of unimpaired flows along the Tuolumne River from February 1 to June 30 annually for fish and wildlife beneficial uses and salinity control, diverting much needed water to our local farmers and homeowners. You can join us and learn more at WorthYourFight.org.

City unveils plans for "Downtown Makeover"

In August, the City of Ceres unveiled plans to revitalize two downtown blocks along Fourth Street.  The conceptual plans show moving trees out into the street enabling 10-foot-wide sidewalks and allowing for outdoor café dining. Trees - possibly palm trees - would be planted nine feet out from the existing curb. The two existing Fourth Street roundabouts will be removed and artistically designed arches will define the two main entrances leading into the downtown district. A portion of the $2-2.5 million project will be paid for from proceeds of the bonds sold by the now defunct Ceres Redevelopment Agency. To view this and other elements of the plan, visit the Ceres Chamber of Commerce at 2904 4th Street.

Craft Beer & Wine tasting hosted by Ceres Lions Club

The Ceres Lions Club is hosting its 2nd Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 22 at the American Legion Hall, corner of Lawrence and Ninth Streets. The night includes craft beer and wine tasting, food and a raffle. The event runs from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and tickets are $25 per person or a reserved table for 8 for $500. For tickets call (209) 534-4782.

Pumpkin Patch & Festival benefit Ceres Ag Boosters

The Ceres Ag Boosters are hosting a Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival throughout October at the Ceres Unified School District Ag Center. The patch is open every weekend in October and culminates with the Festival on October 29. Click here for more details


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