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The Clovis Police Department honored its 20-member Police Explorer Post last night (1/28) following a banquet at the Clovis Rodeo Hall just south of Clark Intermediate School on Clovis Avenue. During 2016, these young men and women donated more than 2,400 total hours of community service, in addition to training for a total of 1,412 hours (70 per Explorer). The post offered its support for more than 40 events and special details this past year.
Clovis City Manager Rob Woolley has announced the appointments of Jay Schengel as the new Finance Director and Shonna Halterman as the new General Services Director to become effective January 1, 2017. The new Directors are filling vacancies left by the retirements of the former Directors Jamie Hughson and Robert Ford in December 2016.
In October, the Clovis City Council called the city’s general municipal election to be held on March 7, 2017, to fill two (2) council seats for a full term of four (4) years. Additionally, Council called a Special Election that will be held in the City of Clovis on March 7, 2017 to fill one (1) Council Member seat for a short term of two (2) years to fill the vacancy created by Council Member Armstrong’s retirement on October 17, 2016.
Shortly after 7PM tonight, Clovis Police received a 911 call from the 2200 block of Serena Avenue. Upon the officers arrival, it was determined that a robbery that occurred in the garage and driveway of a residence. One of the four people home at the time was injured during the incident and they are being treated at the hospital. During the robbery, the injured person had personal items stolen from them.
Effective November 1, 2016, the outdoor watering schedule for the City of Clovis will change.
Clovis Finance Director Jamie Hughson and General Services Director Robert Ford are announcing their plans to retire effective December 31, 2016.
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