Local Government

In The Studio - County Services in Davis

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Don Saylor, Yolo County Supervisor, District 2, and Nolan Sullivan, Service Centers Branch Director, Yolo County Health and Human Services.

yolocounty.org/health-human-services

topics discussed include: 600 A street Service Center opening July 2018, employment, youth health services, counselling, wellness center.

Recorded: 11/16/17.

In The Studio - Davis Public Art Map

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Rachel Hartsough, Arts & Culture Manager, City of Davis, Marc Hoshovsky, long time Davis resident, and Jennifer Cadieux, Cartographer, UCD Davis Design Department (MFA candidate 2018).

cityofdavis.org/arts

rhartsough@cityofdavis.org | 530-757-5640

topics discussed include: genesis of efforts to map Davis' public art with assistance from the UC Davis Design Department and City of Davis Arts & Culture Program.

Recorded 07/20/17.

Panel Discussion on Pending Homeless Initiatives

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The Davis Chamber of Commerce presented a Panel Discussion on Pending Homeless Initiatives.

Featured speakers included City of Davis Mayor Robb Davis, City of Davis Chief of Police Darren Pytel, Communications and Strategy Manager Homeless Coordinator for Yolo County Tracy Dickinson, Davis Community Meals Executive Director Bill Pride, and faith organization representative and Board President of Davis Opportunity Village, Martha Teeter.

Each panelist gave a brief update.   Davis Chamber of Commerce CEO Christina Blackman facilitates a Q&A session afterwards.

Public Forum on Pesticide Use by the City of Davis

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The City of Davis and the Davis Natural Resources Commission - Hazardous Materials Subcommittee hosted a forum on pesticide use in Davis.

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 7th at 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Location: Davis Senior Center, 646 A St.

The forum discussed current herbicide and insecticide use by the City in public parks, greenbelts, City-owned open spaces and farm lands, City facilities, streets, and sidewalks as well as providing information on why pesticides are used and alternatives to reduce or eliminate continued pesticide use.