This article should bring hope to many Tracy residents: the project is expected to bring many, new job opportunities locally; super commuters of Tracy are waiting to hear these kind of news for such a long time: Read more here
The only thing worse than cold drafts coming into your home and warm air escaping during the blustery winter season is seeing the proof on your heating bill. Whether your home is heated via gas or electric, those tiny cracks that seem so insignificant can actually have a huge impact on your wallet.
During the daytime, look for any light coming through the space between your exterior doors and their thresholds, jambs and casings. You can pretty much guarantee that where there’s light coming through, there’s air as well. If you don’t see light but can feel the cold, you can double check for drafts by holding a lit candle or lighter near the cracks and watching to see if the flame flickers. Continue reading
Smoke alarm laws taking effect
by Glenn Moore Tracy Press
State Senate Bills 1394 and 745 are phasing in rules for installation and types of smoke alarms during the next two years.
Division Chief Steve Hanlon of the Tracy fire department said the laws acknowledged a growing — and dangerous — trend observed by fire crews statewide and locally. Continue reading
In many parts of the country, from California to Texas, green lawns of grass are not indigenous to the region. To make them work, you need copious amounts of water to keep them looking their best.
Non-native landscaping contributes to water shortages in some areas, resulting in strict watering restrictions, even in high-end gated communities such as Santa Luz in San Diego. The Santa Luz homeowners association requires that all landscaping is xeriscaped using only plants native to California.
Water shortages are growing. Nevada’s Lake Mead has reportedly dropped to less than 40 percent of its full level, reports LakeMead.water-data.com. Texas has reported drought conditions for the last three years.
How can homeowners help? Continue reading
News You Can Use: Market condition Report for July 2014-
Summer is here in Tracy CA. Hot temperatures and dry conditions are nothing unusual in this part of the Central California region. Tracy real estate market is in full swing. Inventory of available homes has improved considerably. There are actually…MORE->
The following article explains and enlightens about how lenders and the IRS are dealing with debts after short sales or foreclosures:
After the new California carbon monoxide meter law took effect in July 2011, scammers found a new way to make money.
- Fire officials warn of carbon monoxide detector scam (latimesblogs.latimes.com)
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Realty World Corral Hollow Real Estate and Property Management is investing a lot of time, money and effort every year to make this event a memorable one for many Tracy residents.
Once again Sue Langdon and Jennifer West as owners, its agents and property management staff, are working feverishly to “deck the halls” to be ready just in time for Santa’s visit this weekend. Preparations are well on their way: candles lit, presents wrapped, and the Christmas tree has already been decorated and lighted; the holiday spirit is here. We welcome children of all ages!
Welcome to all of our returning customers who are back year after year to have their children and now also their grandchildren to be photographed with Santa.
Every family with children will have pictures taken with Santa Claus, kids receive a bag filled with goodies from Santa Claus and will automatically enter in a drawing for a bicycle, all this at no cost.
Families are encouraged to enter in a drawing to take home a decorated Christmas tree at the end of the day.
Date: December 11th, 2010
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Location: 104 W. 10th Street, Tracy, CA 95376
Please contact me for more detailed information: firstname.lastname@example.org, 209-914-0683
Today is Staint Nicholas Day in Europe.
In European countries December 6th is a much anticipated day by children: Saint Nickolas Day. On this special day, St. Nick surprises children with treats if they behaved well during the year. Those who were naughty, receive coal and sticks from St. Nicholas’ helper, Knecht Ruprecht. Continue reading