After Holly Blair’s incarceration and an unexpected exit by Chad Billingsley, the Lemoore City Council is full again following two appointments on Tuesday.
After filing his statement, Valadao told Bakersfield news outlets he was “looking at” another bid for Congress, but hadn’t made any announcement.
Blair, still incarcerated in Kings County Jail, missed five straight meetings. Now, the city needs to fill two vacancies on the five-person Council.
BarrelHouse Brewing will not be opening a location in downtown Hanford after all, the company and city officials told The Sun.
The Lemoore City Councilwoman was arraigned on Tuesday morning in Kings County Superior Court related to a domestic violence arrest.
Holly Blair was arraigned Monday on charges of attempted criminal threats, dissuading a witness, domestic battery, and violation of a protective order.
Lemoore City Councilwoman Holly Andrade Blair was arrested Saturday on suspicion of battery of her spouse and felony criminal threats.
Blair appeared in court facing seven criminal counts related to a June high-speed chase through Lemoore. She requested a delay to find an attorney.
The Kings County District Attorney formally filed seven counts – four felonies and three misdemeanors – over the Lemoore Councilwoman’s car chase.
In the course of the 10-month Operation Red Reaper, 96 people were arrested and 74 firearms were seized, including 14 fully automatic firearms.