Although the IRS and my accountant agreed that I had no liability, I engaged them to help address the problem and the matter is now closed
The IRS closed out this issue by accepting funds being held in trust that has been re[paid] by the former operating shareholder, who had diverted funds from the company and who bore the ultimate responsibility for this issue
Production is up even though acreage is down
The town comes out to play.
New varieties out in the field have better yields per acre, and we've had terrific weather for growing strawberries. No rain is a long-term issue, but in the short run, you don't have berries lost to rain.
We're part of the community, and this is a community-supported event
Our owners were born and raised in Watsonville.
We want to educate them, to give them the tools and knowledge they need to take advantage of all the people in town
Seventy-five percent of what comes in is used at Hope's Closet
I really like it when foster parents come up
Jack Donaldson -- Owensboro's Jack -- is traveling with Corbett.
He used his right as a blacksmith would use a sledge hammer
The first step is to determine eligibility, and the only way we can do that is with the low-to-moderate income survey.
Overall, it will have to be 51 percent low-to-moderate income to be eligible for the CDBG
Sacramento is 62.9 percent low-to-moderate income. However, we can't use census because there are homes covered by the station outside the city limits.
The city is looking at buying 3 acres of property to build the station on
We're paying around $600 a month during the colder months
That's why we're doing our due diligence early on, because it takes about six to nine months to plan for a project like this.
Our fire station is basically a storage shed ... We can't even keep all of our trucks or equipment in it. Some of our trucks have to be kept off site.
We can't afford to let our water pumps freeze on the trucks. And if you look around the station, you can see where insulation is now falling.
If anyone is comfortable doing that, we would like to share the experiences
Just something that may make another person's day
Basically, it's to encourage residents to do something for another person -- when you don't have to ... We always do it when bad weather hits or some other crisis. We want people to do it every day they can. We set aside this time so that everyone can be more aware of the need.
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