A policeman from Yuba City was among the people arrested earlier this week in connection with an alleged cocaine trafficking scheme.
The Amador County Transportation Commission (ACTC) is seeking an Executive Director to help manage and carry out State mandated and locally required functions related primarily to transportation planninng, funding, project delivery, and program implementation. The salary range is $90,000 - $110,000 per year plus benefits. Five years of professional experience in transportation planning, funding, and project delivery (preferably in California) with at least three years of management experience. Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university with major coursework in transportation planning, urban/regional planning, or a closely related field. Master's degree in public agency, business administration or similar field desireable. The deadline for the first round of applications is 4:00 pm, February 6, 2015. If the position is not filled after the first round, then the position will remain open until filled. ACTC desires to hire and have the applicant start work before March 1, 2015. More information and the application package are available on the ACTC website, www.actc-amador.org. EOE
In yet another sign of the growing conflict between haves and have-nots in the San Francisco Bay Area, the region is now wrestling with rent control fever.
The City of Santa Monica has agreed to a $490,000 settlement with a former employee who filed a lawsuit alleging gender discrimination back in 2005.