City of Redding Approves Letter of Intent with Film Company

The City of Redding has approved a signed Letter of Intent (LOI) with Clarity Entertainment, Inc. for purchase of approximately 70 acres in the Stillwater Business Park, on which the firm would construct a film production facility. The City Council… Continue Reading


Online Bill Payment Can Help During City Hall Closures

With regular City Hall closures as part of an ongoing furlough program, residents who normally pay bills in person may wish to take advantage of electronic payment options. The next scheduled closure of City Hall is this Friday (September 9).… Continue Reading


Tippin Named Redding’s Interim Electric Utility Director

Assistant City Manager Barry Tippin will serve as Interim Director of Redding Electric Utility (REU), replacing Director Paul Hauser, whose last day is August 31, City Manager Kurt Starman announced today. Tippin, who also is the City’s Personnel Director, will… Continue Reading


REU Director Paul Hauser to Leave City of Redding

Redding Electric Utility (REU) Director Paul Hauser has announced he is leaving his position to become general manager of the Trinity Public Utilities District. His last day with the city will be August 31; he begins his new position with… Continue Reading


Reminder: Second City Hall Closure is Friday, July 15

The second regular closure of Redding City Hall will occur on Friday (July 15) as part of the city’s ongoing furlough program. Employees who work at City Hall and the Recreation Center on Parkview Avenue are being furloughed without pay… Continue Reading


Reminder: First City Hall Closure is Friday, July 1

Redding residents are reminded that City Hall will be closed to the public every other Friday, beginning this Friday (July 1). Employees who work at City Hall and the Recreation Center on Parkview Avenue will be furloughed, saving the City… Continue Reading


Turtle Bay Takes Sustainability Beyond Tree Hugging

Sustainability is about much more than conserving natural resources. True sustainability also takes into account economic, social and human resources, because an activity or practice isn’t sustainable if it costs more than we can afford or harms people. That’s the… Continue Reading


Prop 16 Pays Off for PG&E, Not Voters

I hope that everyone in at least this part of California can see what a fraud Proposition 16 is. It is not, as PG&E claims, the “Taxpayer’s Right To Vote Act.” It should be called “The Take Away The Rights… Continue Reading


Creek Clean-up Opens Trail, Unearths Historical Artifacts

It has been an eventful month since the chainsaws and chippers of the 4th Annual Community Creek Clean-up became silent along the South Sacramento River Trail.  The unprecedented volunteer labor before, during and after this event have returned to Redding… Continue Reading