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Pareira joins early bids for supervisor seat

By Jonathan Whitaker
August 27, 2015

A longtime dairyman, school board member, community volunteer and advocate for agriculture is among the standout candidates emerging in the early race to fill an open District 4 County Supervisor seat in the 2016 election.
In an interview with the County Times to announce his campaign, Lloyd Pareira, Jr. highlighted an honest and professional approach to problem-solving, and a sincere desire to advocate for district residents and the county as a whole.
"A lot of times things happen in the course of a process, and in that, oftentimes, you don’t get change for the better,” the 52-year-old Pareira said about government. “You have to get involved, and work on making a difference. And that’s what I do.”
There’s no doubt many people across the county know Pareira, but interestingly, it might be for a variety of respectable reasons — from his family’s long history in the county, to his ag work and community events, to his service to school children … or maybe because of those curious, highly-visible exotic animals on his ranch near Highway 59.
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Will Merced have rail service to Bay Area in the near future?

By John Derby
August 27, 2015

Is there something between Amtrak and High Speed Rail which could provide rail service for Merced residents who commute to the Bay Area?   MORE>

Get Our Kids Into Sports, And Away From Trouble

By John Derby
August 27, 2015

It’s that time of year again. High school sports programs are starting up, and the coaches are out on the field with young boys and girls who will make up this year’s sports teams.   MORE>

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