Tehama County
California

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9954

Announcements

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A)               At the end of December two replacement buses were received and placed into service for TRAX and ParaTRAX as a result of Proposition 1B funds transit bond funds in the County Treasury.

 

B)              On March 1 2017, a Federal Administration Transit 5310 grant was submitted to continue the reimbursement of the ParaTRAX service operating expenses and notification of award is anticipated in June 2017.

 

C)              In accordance with December authorization, the 5310 Regional Transportation Planning Agency scoring for the North Valley Services replacement vehicle application to Caltrans was submitted.

 

D)              On Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 3:30 there will be a ceremony to dedicate the two bus shelters at the Shasta College Red Bluff campus in memory of Shasta College Instructor Linda McKay.

Meeting History

Apr 24, 2017 8:45 AM Audio Tehama County Transit Agency Board Regular
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Deputy Director Barbara O'Keeffe made the following announcements:

A) At the end of December two replacement buses were received and placed into service for TRAX and ParaTRAX as a result of Proposition 1B funds transit bond funds in the County Treasury.

B) On March 1 2017, a Federal Administration Transit 5310 grant was submitted to continue the reimbursement of the ParaTRAX service operating expenses and notification of award is anticipated in June 2017.

C) In accordance with December authorization, the 5310 Regional Transportation Planning Agency scoring for the North Valley Services replacement vehicle application to Caltrans was submitted.

D) On Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 3:30 there will be a ceremony to dedicate the two bus shelters at the Shasta College Red Bluff campus in memory of Shasta College Instructor Linda McKay.

Executive Director Gary Antone noted this was a joint effort by Sunrise Rotary and Shasta College.