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Labor Law Seminar at City Hall, Thursday, Feb. 1

Governor Jerry Brown signed more than 800 new bills into law in October of 2017. Many of these new laws significantly impact employers, including:

•    Changes to California’s minimum wage,
•    The expansion of parental leaves of absence to employers with 20 employees,
•    Measures limiting information employers can ask job applicants about salary and criminal history; and
•    New requirements for mandatory sexual harassment prevention training.

Register now for the Labor Law Seminar and be informed on which measures were signed into law and how these new laws will impact you in the New Year!

 

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Calif. Assemblyman Frazier slams illegal communications between DWR, State Water Board

By Dan Bacher | January 21, 2018 |  
SACRAMENTO – On January 18, Assemblymember Jim Frazier, D-Discovery Bay, issued a statement responding to alleged unlawful ex parte communications between the State Water Resources Control Board and the Department of Water Resources regarding the proposed Delta Tunnels outlined in complaints filed by Delta region local governments, public agencies and advocacy organizations.
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Ribbon Cutting and Open House for the new Roseville District Office

Ribbon Cutting and Open House for the new Roseville District Office

Senator Jim Nielsen welcomes you to attend a ribbon cutting and open house for the new Roseville District Office When: August 7, 2013 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Where: 2200 A Douglas Blvd., Suite 100...

County Taking Applications for Seats on Granite Bay Advisory Council

County Taking Applications for Seats on Granite Bay Advisory Council

Placer County is accepting applications from community members interested in serving two-year terms on the Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Council.

The two-year terms of the advisory council's seven current members are scheduled to end on Jan. 31, 2013. Current members are encouraged to apply for reappointment to their seats.

The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, Jan. 4. READ MORE

Source: Placer County Information Office, Placer County E-News

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Momservation: Setting a good example for your kids doesn’t mean target shooting with an assault weapon.

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Someone please tell me why a suburban mother needs an assault rifle.

And being a “gun enthusiast” is a hollow explanation reverberating against the sobs of parents.

Election Polling Places and more...

Election Polling Places and more...