Madera Mayor Robert Poythress, part of the “Valley Voice” lobbying trip involving more than 30 officials from eight San Joaquin Valley counties visiting Washington, D.C., this week. “I’ve learned it’s going to be a struggle to get some of our initiatives and priorities moving along,” acknowledged Poythress. “We’ve been hearing from the legislators that there seems to be a high degree of gridlock.”
Madera Mayor Robert Poythress, part of the “Valley Voice” lobbying trip involving more than 30 officials from eight San Joaquin Valley counties visiting Washington, D.C., this week. “I’ve learned it’s going to be a struggle to get some of our initiatives and priorities moving along,” acknowledged Poythress. “We’ve been hearing from the legislators that there seems to be a high degree of gridlock.” City of Madera
Madera Mayor Robert Poythress, part of the “Valley Voice” lobbying trip involving more than 30 officials from eight San Joaquin Valley counties visiting Washington, D.C., this week. “I’ve learned it’s going to be a struggle to get some of our initiatives and priorities moving along,” acknowledged Poythress. “We’ve been hearing from the legislators that there seems to be a high degree of gridlock.” City of Madera
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September 10, 2015 01:54 PM

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