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.
The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County will debut a new exhibit, The Remarkable Photo Collection of Clyde Taylor, at an opening reception on Friday evening, June 20, 2014. Described as “an expert amateur photographer” at a time when the general public was just beginning to have access to cameras, he arrived in Marysville in 1901 and proceeded to document extraordinary events and ordinary life in our local area until his death in 1945.
The exhibit includes nearly one hundred images that were chosen from among 600 photos belonging to the Museum’s Clyde Taylor photograph collection. The photos in the collection were taken or collected by Taylor and include a number taken of him and his family. They present a picture of the rhythm of life in our town in the first half of the 20th century, a time that went from horse and buggy days to airplanes and automobiles. Clyde Taylor was an enterprising young man who drove the first auto into the Sacramento Valley. He ran a motion picture theater when movies were brand new. He was a Marysville fireman, worked in a bicycle shop, a laundry, an electrical shop, and a jewelry store. He established a number of businesses, always on the cutting edge of new technology, including his Electric Hospital, and finally settled on a gunsmith and locksmith business which he operated for many years on Third Street in Marysville. He served in a National Guard unit that was sent to San Francisco in 1906 to fight the terrible fires that followed the devastating earthquake. He married a beautiful local girl in 1911 and settled down to relish life in his adopted hometown. He was active in community events and always present to record them for posterity.
The opening reception is from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, June 20th. This wonderful glimpse into our early 20th century world will remain through August 16, 2014. Admission to the reception and to the Museum is free.
The Community Memorial Museum is located at 1333 Butte House Road in Yuba City. Regular open hours are Wednesday through Friday from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 4:00 p.m. For more information, call the Museum at (530) 822-7141.