Gold Country residents will soon have access to a wider selection of TV channels and Internet speeds that are among the fastest in the state.
Comcast is on track to finish construction on a multi-million dollar fiber optic cable upgrade to Tuolumne County’s telecommunications network by the end of the year. The project involves roughly 390 miles of cable and will provide data speeds many times faster than what is currently available, according to Comcast Northern California Vice President Andrew Johnson.
Safety Sanity, an OSHA compliance web-based software company, announced the release of its comprehensive online safety management solution for small to mid-sized California companies.
Safety Sanity is an online application that delivers businesses the tools needed to manage OSHA compliance and includes:
• Customized Safety Program Generation
• Inspection and Training Checklists
• Regulation Updates & E-mail Alerts
• Accident Tracking and OSHA 300 Log
Safety Sanity is the first online service that is tailored to each specific business and their personal Cal/OSHA requirements. The software covers all Cal/OSHA regulations.
“Let us take the worry and confusion out of creating and managing your safety programs. All for pennies compared to a bad visit from Cal/OSHA,” said Todd Trask, CEO of Safety Sanity.
Safety Sanity kicked off the release by attending the 2011 AgSafe Conference in Monterey, and plan to attend more Safety Conferences in a wide range of industries. For specific dates please refer to www.safetysanity.com.
The original owner of the Twain Harte Family Barber Shop had some sobering words for Dennis Scroggs on the day he purchased the downtown business: “You know you’re not going to make it up here, kid.”
That was 40 years ago, and Scroggs has been proving him wrong every day since.
“Maybe I never ‘made it,’ but I’m still here,” said Scroggs, 66.
He said the secret to his business’s longevity is simple: Be there. His barber shop is open during regular business hours, rain or shine, drizzle or blizzard. He even makes hair-cutting house calls for customers who are too old or sick to come downtown.
“Some people close up early if there are no customers, and they miss out on a few here and there,” he said. “It makes a difference.”
Most property owners in the Mother Lode are holding steady on rental rates — for now.
With one in every 322 Tuolumne County homes and one in every 157 Calaveras County homes in foreclosure, the housing market is having ripple effects on rental properties. It’s a complex relationship that is seeing rental homes and apartments become more popular as single-family dwellings are vacated due to foreclosures.
“It’s a better time to be a landlord right now,” said Carol Griggs of Frontier Property Management, which manages 250 rental homes in Tuolumne and Calaveras counties.
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