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Sutter County Public Health Bicycle Rodeo
September 16, 2014
Sutter County Public Health is holding a no cost bicycle rodeo Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Park in Live Oak. All Sutter County children under 18 are invited to attend. Children must be accompanied by their parents.

The bicycle rodeo will teach children various bicycle safety skills by using simulated real life situations. Children will ride through a riding skills course to learn bicycle safety techniques. FREE bicycle helmets will be properly fitted and provided to all participants. Quantities, sizes, colors & styles of helmets are limited.

For more information, please call (530) 822-7215

Poll: Where do you go for local news
September 16, 2014
Poll: Where do you go for local newsAn online poll by Sutter County, Yuba County and Yuba City asks area residents where they go in search of local news and what the best method of communication would be in the event of an emergency. This knowledge will help local governments better understand how to communicate with you.

Please participate in the poll and share it: either copy the link for distribution in an email or on a social media site, or invite someone who is not online to use your computer to take the survey.

Take the survey at:

Sutter County Sponsors Prescription Discount Card that Saves Money for Patients and Raises Money for the General Fund
September 11, 2014
Sutter County Sponsors Prescription Discount Card that Saves Money for Patients and Raises Money for the General Fund

Sutter County and Coast2CoastRx are partnering to provide residents with an ability to save up to 75 percent on prescription costs while raising money for critical services in the community. The card includes discount benefits for dental, vision, veterinary and hearing services, lab and imaging tests and diabetes supplies and equipment.

You can find the card at participating pharmacies, at some county offices, or you can download a card.

The card, which has no expiration date and can be used as often as needed, covers the entire family. More than 60,000 drugs are included in the formulary, with savings up to 75 percent on brand name and generics. While the card is most helpful to people without medical insurance, sometimes the card provides more savings than high-deductible insurance plans, so be sure to investigate.

In some instances, the card can be used to help bridge the Medicare Part D “donut hole.”

There are no health, age or income restrictions; everyone qualifies. And there is no paperwork to fill out—the card is ready to use.

The card is provided by Financial Marketing Concepts Inc. of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Their network of more than 59,000 pharmacies includes all chains and most independents. The company negotiates discounts with the pharmacies in exchange for driving sales traffic. The patient saves money, Financial Marketing Concepts gets a percentage and, unlike other prescription discount card programs, the Coast2Coast card pays a royalty of $1.25 to Sutter County for every filled prescription resulting in a paid claim.

In 2014, the average discount per transaction was 60 percent.

Sutter County is the 30th California county to join the program. A similar program exists in Yuba County.

In a three year period in San Joaquin County, residents saved almost $3 million in prescription costs.

WNV Cases Continue to be Reported in Sutter County
September 05, 2014
WNV Cases Continue to be Reported in Sutter County

A total of four cases of confirmed or probable WNV illness have been reported to date in 2014 in Sutter County. Of these, one was the more serious neuroinvasive form and two were WNV-related deaths. A fifth possible case is awaiting confirmation.

WNV activity is high in California, including in Sutter County. The Sutter-Yuba Mosquito and Vector Control District continues to be active with mosquito control and monitoring mosquito activity and will continue until mosquito numbers and WNV activity drop.


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Our Good Earth: Art and Ag in the Valley
September 02, 2014
Our Good Earth: Art and Ag in the Valley

The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County is hosting a new exhibit, Our Good Earth: Art and Ag in the Valley, debuting on Friday, September 12, 2014 with an opening reception from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thirteen Sacramento Valley artists come together to share their visions of the richness of our land and the agriculture that sustains us all.

Meet the artists at the opening event: Paul Boehmke, Sue Chapman, Gerald Hufeld, Carol Keesling, Zbigniew Richard Kozikowski, Dolores Mitchell, Anthony Montanino, Mary Ann Nation, Frank Ordaz, Don Payne, Patris, Inger Price, and Marilyn Warmee. A variety of mediums are represented in portraying the spectrum of agricultural and natural images of our fertile valley. There is no admission to the event, and the public is invited.

Our Good Earth will remain at the Museum from September 12th through November 15th. The art is available for purchase during the exhibit.

The Community Memorial Museum is located at 1333 Butte House Road in Yuba City. Regular open hours are Wednesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, call the Museum at (530) 822-7141.


Proof of Walnut Ownership Forms Now Online
August 26, 2014
Proof of Walnut Ownership Forms Now Online

The Sutter County Agricultural Commissioner’s Office has released an online form that can be used to satisfy the proof of ownership requirement in the new Walnut Theft Prevention Ordinance adopted by the Board of Supervisors on August 5, 2014.

The ordinance was adopted in response the rising frequency of thefts from walnut growers in the County. Record high prices for walnuts, driven by worldwide demand, have resulted in brazen thefts of one of Sutter County’s top agricultural products, according to Agricultural Commissioner Mark Quisenberry.

Walnuts are the second most valuable crop in Sutter County, after rice. More than 34,000 acres of walnuts were harvested in 2013, with a value of more than $163 million. They have proven easy to steal, however, and the ordinance is designed prevent thieves from selling the walnuts to walnut buying operations that do not have permanent processing equipment on-site.

The ordinance forbids the sale of walnuts to non-processing walnut buying operations outside a Walnut Buying Period, which will be established each season by the Agricultural Commissioner. It also prohibits possession of walnuts by non-growers without proof of ownership.

Violation of the ordinance is a misdemeanor.

The proof of ownership form is available online or in person at the Agricultural Commissioner’s office or the Yuba-Sutter Farm Bureau. A copy of the ordinance is also available online.

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Notice of Public Review
August 19, 2014

Risk Management Plans (RMPs) have been submitted by the following facilities:

  1. Yuba City Waste Water Treatment Facility, 302 Burns Drive, Yuba City, CA, 95991
  2. Helena Chemical Company, 6788 Colusa Highway, Yuba City, CA, 95993
The RMP describes programs and controls designed to prevent accidental releases of regulated substances. These RMPs will be available for public review for the next 45 days at the Sutter County Development Services Department, 1130 Civic Center Boulevard, Suite A, Yuba City, CA, 95993.

If you need any further information regarding this legal notice, please contact Sukh Sahota at (530) 822-7400.