Nathan Schwartz

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Daily Chronicle
Tax rates going down, but DeKalb County residents paying morehealth fund increased by $91,700. All other county funds stayed the same or dec
Daily Chronicle / Posted 19 hours ago
health fund increased by $91,700. All other county funds stayed the same or decreased their levy. DeKalb County Engineer Nathan Schwartz said although the highway levy is higher, the overall amount levied by the highway department actually is... Read more
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Santa Maria Sun
Local cross country standouts compete in CIF Southern Section races in Riversideoverall at the Los Padres League finals meet. The Cabrillo girls’ team stars El
Santa Maria Sun / Posted 2 days ago
overall at the Los Padres League finals meet. The Cabrillo girls’ team stars Elena Estrada, and the Cabrillo boys’ team, Nathan Schwartz. Devin Diaz and Joe Gocke headlined the Nipomo boys’ team; they were the top two finishers in the Los Padres... Read more
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Valley Free Press
Governor declares harvest emergencyfor state roads. The average motorist probably won’t see an effect on the road
Valley Free Press / Posted 9 days ago
for state roads. The average motorist probably won’t see an effect on the roads this year, DeKalb County Engineer Nathan Schwartz said, but the extra weight will increase wear and tear. “It will shorten the lifespan of those roads,” he... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Portion of Rich Road to be closed to all trafficabout a mile west of North First Street in DeKalb, is to be closed to all traff
Daily Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
about a mile west of North First Street in DeKalb, is to be closed to all traffic starting Monday. DeKalb County Engineer Nathan Schwartz said the closure will be in place until Nov. 17 and is needed for the replacement of a culvert that crosses... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Governor declares harvest emergencyfor state roads. The average motorist probably won't see an impact on the road
Daily Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
for state roads. The average motorist probably won't see an impact on the roads this year, DeKalb County engineer Nathan Schwartz said, but the extra weight will increase the wear and tear. "It will shorten the lifespan of those roads,"... Read more

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