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What do you think about City Hub? Is there something you'd like to see here that we didn't think of? Tell us, we're listening!

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Report an Encampment link Street sweeping schedule If someone can schedule the drivers and equipment on a current basis why can't the current schedule be posted on the city website? I have sent requests to have the 2020 schedule so I can be sure there are no vehicles parked on the street in front of my home so the work can be done completely without the hazard of swerving into the traffic lane. All I got was last years schedule that had been expired for two weeks. What makes it so hard to update the posting on the website? I would have called the city offices but I have been sick for seven weeks and cannot talk. Thomas Jordan Lets see a real economic expansion plan for skilled employment & pay As a Redding native, I'm concerned that our city is neglecting to foster innovation that drives economic support. More specifically, technology and manufacturing. I believe our city needs to expand growth in these two verticals to diversify our area. By doing so, we will gain new employment opportunities outside low paying retail. Let's see a plan that supports long-term growth in technology and manufacturing!

Lets see a real economic expansion plan for skilled employment & pay

Brandy Camacho inside Redding City Limits
February 26, 2020, 9:47 PM

As a Redding native, I'm concerned that our city is neglecting to foster innovation that drives economic support. More specifically, technology and manufacturing. I believe our city needs to expand growth in these two verticals to diversify our area. By doing so, we will gain new employment opportunities outside low paying retail.

Let's see a plan that supports long-term growth in technology and manufacturing!

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