Redding council vote | Group for Muslim moms | Shasta CEO search
The latest North State and California news on our airwaves for Thursday, March 23.
Bethel expansion project permitted to continue after Redding City Council vote
An attempt to appeal the Redding Planning Commission’s approval of Bethel Church’s expansion plans didn’t pass at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. The appeal would have drastically downsized the project. The project’s current plans include a church and a school on Colyer Drive off State Route 299.
— Kelly Frost, NSPR
New group in Chico creates a space for Muslim moms
A new group for Muslim moms had its first get-together in Chico this month. The Facebook group offers a space for kids and their moms to make new friends and build community. The group plans to meet every Sunday. Those interested can learn more on their Facebook page, Muslim Moms of Butte County.
— Jamie Jiang, NSPR
Interview: Shasta County likely to see Chriss Street as next CEO
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors extended a conditional job officer to former Orange County treasurer Chriss Street to be the county’s next CEO. In the wake of the news, non-profit outlet Shasta Scout reported on Street’s background. Listen to an interview with Shasta Scout Editor and Community Reporter Annelise Pierce in today’s headlines.
— Alec Stutson, NSPR
Proposal to regulate oil industry profits advances in legislature
A proposal from Gov. Gavin Newsom to crack down on oil industry profits cleared its first legislative hurdle yesterday. It could get a vote in the full Senate this morning. The current version would empower the California Energy Commission to impose a maximum oil refining profit margin and a penalty against companies that exceed it.
— CapRadio Staff
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In case you missed it
- Man accused of leaving body at Food Maxx scheduled for a hearing this week — NSPR
- This winter season now the second snowiest on record — NSPR
- Pandemic era rule that helped more students qualify for CalFresh to end in June — CalMatters
- Voters could decide whether to abolish state agency that oversees taxation of utilities and railroads — CapRadio
- Some camping at city-sanctioned campsite in north Chico told to leave — NSPR
- California to address disproportionate suspension rates — CapRadio
- New bill would regulate referendum petitions — CapRadio
- California could ban five common food additives — CapRadio
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