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Marianne Aleck shared Kusel's BIG Store's post to the group: Oroville Current Events.

February 10, 2018: Early Valentines Night Out
Enjoy an evening out of dinner music in Historic Downtown Oroville.
Time: Doors open at 6pm
Cost: $60 per couple - Tickets can be purchase at Mug Shots!
Location: Copa De Oro - 1445 Myers Street.
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Looking for something fun to do? Check out the Copa De Oro! Live salsa music 🎶 💃🏻 Only $60 per couple for more info contact Mug Shots Coffee House

February 10, 2018: Early Valentines Night Out
Enjoy an evening out of dinner music in Historic Downtown Oroville.
Time: Doors open at 6pm
Cost: $60 per couple - Tickets can be purchase at Mug Shots!
Location: Copa De Oro - 1445 Myers Street.

Marianne Aleck shared Oroville News Only's live video to the group: Oroville Current Events.

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SBF meeting (Supplemental Benefit Fund) 1-17-18
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Marianne Aleck shared Feather River Gypsies's event to the group: Oroville Current Events.

January 18, 2018: Feather River Gypsies
Time: 5:30pm to 8pm
Location: Miner's Alley Brewing Co.
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Marianne Aleck shared ChicoER's live video to the group: Oroville Current Events.

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January 17, 2018: Press Conference. The City of Oroville is suing the State of California. Meet the lawyers.
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The city of Oroville is suing the state over the spillway crisis.

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Marianne AleckIf you want to watch the entire press conference watch Oroville News Only recording. Teri's is 22 minutes long.

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Jerry SeiffPAY THE REIMBURSEMENT CLAIMS,--I SAY CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AGINST THE DWR

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Marianne AleckHere is the Attorney Joe Cotchett who is leading the team of lawyers. www.cpmlegal.com/attorneys-Joseph-Cotchett-attorney.html

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Marianne Aleck shared Oroville News Only's live video to the group: Oroville Current Events.

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The City of Oroville hosted a Press Conference regarding its lawsuit against the Department of Water Resources for its Failure to Properly Manage the Oroville DamThe meeting was held at the Oroville City Hall Steps at 1735 Montgomery St, Oroville, CA at 1:39 PM, Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

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Stephanie Tousley InciGreat job Terri!!

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Today I'm in Sacramento at the "New Mayors and Council Members Academy". Tim Cromartie (legislative representative) said, with the new announcement from our Attorney General, banks are afraid to take tax money gained from marijuana. He just shared that Ceres California just had a bank, who did previously recieved their marijuana tax money just announced that they would NO LONGER receive those funds. Food for thought for those who are motivated specifically by marijuana money. Our city may not be able to even deposit those tax funds. They also said federal grants might be in jeopardy. It seems to me that many are ignoring these warning signs and fixed to pursue their agenda. In my opinion, we're carelessly playing with Oroville's future and overall identity. No matter what the banks decide, if we move forward, Oroville will be rebranded as the pot town.

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Lorraine ChristensenThank you for your clear and strong stance on the cannabis issue. It appeared those who voted yes had their minds made up before the meeting. It was obvious by their facial expressions, they were annoyed by the deplorable's in our community who disagree with their view. None had the courage to speak up before the debate started, not even Vice-Mayor Goodson who wants to take the leadership role of Mayor. In the upcoming election I will not vote for candidate who voted yes in defiance of the Federal Law.

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Stephanie Tousley InciAt least they are feeding you nicely. Unlike last night!! 5 hr starvation run.

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Mim FletcherCheck with brookings, or, they 5 in that tiny town

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Gonzalo Peewee CurielPeople have always said collecting that money would be tricky.. disappointed in them voting to look into that mess without doing the homework or at least putting it to a vote of the people.

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Larry Tracyor your branded as a bankrupt city. Besides the underground marijuana economy is in full operation so either you want to regulate it and collect taxes or you stand back and let our city go under.

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Larry Tracymany other cites deal with the cash issue I am sure there is a solution

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Janet Goodson Vice MayorScott Thomson May I remind you that I and two other council members were at the same conference. Our information differs.

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Tina McGeeSo disappointed in the vote last night and really hope it goes to a vote of the people before it’s done.

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Stephanie Tousley InciBitCoin is a possible solution

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Jeff BallardYea a vote please. Legalization is not regulation and it certainly isn't an open door to setup your town as the hub from seed to weed operations. Just because you can, doesn't mean that you should.

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Pennie Shelby"Oroville's future and overall identity" and "rebranded the pot town" Hmmm.

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Gonzalo Peewee CurielDoesn't the city own numerous properties in town? Why not liquidate them to start paying off debts?

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Bryan Brown shared his post to the group: Oroville Current Events.

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A transient attempting to make entry was reported shot this morning by a homeowner in Oroville.
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Bryan BrownMaybe its time to have a plan to take action on community concerns.

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Marianne AleckAnd it happened at Olive Hill Retirement Community!

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Diane MonsonThis headline assumes the shooter is telling the truth, likely he is but not yet proven.

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Bryan BrownGood thing he was armed , we could be burying a senior killed in a senior retirement community .

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Bryan BrownThese type of calls are happening daily now ! Intruders on private property !

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Bryan BrownI hope the victom survives his injuries but these decisions are being forced on homeowners.

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Judd WigginsUnfortunately, if they would've been a better shot, the shooter would've been persecuted & then prosecuted... That's the truly sad part, hopefully the homeowner doesn't have to face repercussions for defending themselves.

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Brianna VigilA transient man recently went inside Sonic in Oroville when my friend was working, she was alone at the time. She called police, he was freaking out about some imaginary dogs and wouldn’t let her leave. The police never came.

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Christine FinnecyNew to the area.. does the Council happen to live in the city or county? Wonder if they're subjected to the incidents that take place in the city more, than the county. Thanks

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Cisco LittleGood for this Man protecting his life and property...

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Bryan BrownYour required to live in the city limits to be on council.

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Richard D SmithYou must live in the city limits of Oroville to vote and or qualify for holding a city council seat.

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Bryan BrownThis is not what they wish , The current lack of man power has created our current Oroville environment. There needs to be plan B or this will become more common. .

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Christine FinnecySo my residence is in the county, does that mean I'm unable to vote nor does any of this apply to me?

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Bryan BrownYou cant vote but all this applies to all the county. Most in the county shop in town travel through town etc.

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Mark OrrI am disabled. Every time I stop for gas before heading home I get a horde of homeless trying to pan handle me at the gas station. They are drinking and shooting up drugs in plain public ! I don't feel safe anywhere in Oroville !

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Tam JohnsonI wish they had the name of the victim.

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Tam JohnsonNot victim perpetrator!

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Mark OrrI think Oroville could use the extra funding for better police patrols!

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Sandra NealFunny how this happens when we have cuts to police and fire over and over 🤔

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