Abandoned shopping carts become a public nuisance when they are left in the public right-of-way, posing safety threats to motorists and pedestrians. They are also a visually blighting influence on the community when left at bus stops and in parkways, landscaped medians and storm water retention basins.
The City of Rocklin honored the Ruhkala Granite and Marble Company, Inc. and Sierra College with 125th Anniversary Business Legacy Awards on January 18.
The Business Legacy Awards were created as part of Rocklin’s year-long 125th anniversary celebration and honor local organizations that have made significant contributions to the success of the City’s economy in the past and present, as well as affecting the future.
The City of Rocklin has completed the purchase of approximately 184 acres of land that was previously the site of the Rocklin Golf Club.
While the city has taken possession of the property, it is important for the safety of residents and surrounding neighbors that a careful planning process occurs before public access, whole or in part, is allowed. One of the first tasks will be for the city to identify and mitigate any safety threats on the land before public access occurs.