Senior Corner by Marla Luckhardt In 1978 I left the blistery winters of New York and came to California looking for blue skies, palm trees and warm weather. True, I don’t have to shovel snow to clear my walkway but it’s been a little brisk lately and we all need to stay warm and dry [...]
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through Rio Vista Not a creature was stirring, not even a Bass The wreaths were hung on the businesses door with care, In hopes that customers soon would be there; The Shop owners were nestled all snug in their shops, While visions of making us one of their [...]
Rio Vista Lions Club honors and presents “Lion of the Year” award to Gene Vick of Rio Vista The Lions Club of Rio Vista is proud to award Gene Vick the award based on his participation in the Club’s activities. With more than sixteen years of service to the community through the Lions Club, Rio [...]
Dec 28 2010 | Posted in Community
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Wreaths have a long history, dating back to ancient Druids who believed that holly, a perennial evergreen with lush, red berries, was a magical plant. Wreaths were first created when holly and other evergreens were arranged in a circular shape, a shape with no beginning or end, and therefore, synonymous with eternity.
December 15, 2010 Last July, the City Council passed a two-year budget. As we receive more information for 2011-12, revised estimates will be made for both revenues and expenditures. We will discuss any 2010-11 changes after the first of the year, revise 2011- 12 and discuss 2012-13 later in the Spring. At the council’s January [...]
Citizens Committee to Monitor the Water/ Wastewater Enterprise Funds The Rio Vista sanitary sewer collection system in some places is 100 years old. The system has required frequent, expensive, non-permanent repairs, including two sinkholes. Engineers have determined that the system has more than 4,300 feet in need of immediate repair. The City’s domestic water supply [...]