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Modesto Bee, October 1, 2005, Jumping Feet First Into Generosity for 4th-Graders, Lorena Anderson. “Appalachia, as defined in the legislation from which the Appalachian Regional Commission derives its authority, is a 200,000-square-mile region that follows the spine of the Appalachian Mountains from southern New York to northern Mississippi. It includes all of West Virginia and parts of 12 other states: Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.” http://www.arc.gov/index.do?nodeId=2 California’s San Joaquin Valley: A Region in Transition, December 12, 2005, Tadlock Cowan, Congressional Research Service. The Modesto Bee, December 8, 2006, Suburbs among U.S. poorest: Sixth-worst ranking seen as in the making for years, Garth Stapley. Tulare Advance-Register, July 21, 2007, Jobless rate holds steady, George Lurie Out of Sight Out of Mind: Central San Joaquin Valley Delinquents and the California Youth Authority, Nancy M. Richardson, 2001. Assessing the Region Via Indicators: Education and Youth Preparedness, The State of the Great Central Valley of California, Great Valley Center, February, 2004. http://www.greatvalley.org/pub_documents/2004_5_28_0_23_43_indicators_edu_report.pdf Ibid. Fresno Bee, May 21, 2001, Waiting for Care Rural Fresno County towns and cities open centers to ease limited child-care options, Donald E. Coleman. Fresno Bee, November 22, 2005, Calwa street gets improvements; Grant money will add sidewalks, gutters and curbs to Kaviland, Kerri Ginis. The Porterville Recorder, July 21, 2007, Pool breeds mosquitoes, fear of West Nile Virus, Sarah Elizabeth Villicana. The Porterville Recorder, August 4, 2007, West Nile virus on the Rise, Fear, Too Toll, Sarah Elizabeth Villicana. Modesto Bee, November 26, 2005, Neighborhood Wants to End the Dark –Southwest Modesto Trying to Get Streetlights Installed, Tim Moran. The Merced Sun-Star, April 12, 2007, Merced Sun-Star Tip List: Residents weary of footing the bill for burned out streetlights. Fresno Bee, October 28, 2007, Rural Danger; Bee analysis finds most fatal crashes occur on narrower county roads, Brad Branan. Ibid. Ibid. The Porterville Recorder, July 17, 2007, Measure R funds break ground in Tulare: Project: Stretch of Road 96 the first to benefit, Sarah Elizabeth Villicana. Ibid. The Porterville Recorder, May 24, 2007, Residents decry condition of South Indiana Street, Aaron Burgin. From www.communitywatercenter.org/our_history.html (accessed October 2007) From www.communitywatercenter.org/The_Communities.html (accessed October 2007) Visalia Times-Delta, August 5, 2006, Water woes plague rural areas, Jed Chernabaeff. From http://www.communitywatercenter.org/files/On_Water_SF_op-ed.doc (accessed October 2007) The Fresno Bee, September 21, 2007, Fresno County plan panel OKs new dairy rules, Dennis Pollock. http://www.selfhelpenterprises.org/ Mukhija, V., Monkkonen, P., Federal Colonias Policy in California: Too Broad and Too Narrow, Housing Policy Debate Volume 17 Issue 4, 2006, Fannie Mae Foundation, p768. Ibid, p768-769. Modesto Bee, May 28, 2007, Neighborhoods' History Factors In Lawsuit Ruling. ***The County is in the process of making improvements – but it seems only in response to the suit. Modesto Bee, June 19, 2007, Lawsuit Questions County’s Priorities; Connecting Modesto Sewers Should Be First, Latinos Say, Adam Ashton. Fresno Bee, July 30, 2006, Down in the dumps; Fresno County hopes to cut back its mounting piles of illegally abandoned trash with more enforcement and better disposal options, Kerri Ginis. The Modesto Bee, July 16, 2007, Stanislaus mulls bulk pickup: Environmental chief says service is most requested, Tim Moran. Modesto Bee, September 30, 2007, South Modesto sharpens its law enforcement 'tool': Deputy: Tackle blight and add folks to neighborhood Watch, Rosalio Ahumada. Ibid. Ibid. Ibid. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48


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