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Those who still have leaves falling from their trees or gutters covered can still have them picked up as part of the City of Turlock’s pickup program. To see when your residence is due for pickup, visit the City of Turlock website and type in your address.
The Postal Center USA - A Notary Connection, located at 2930 Geer Rd., has a new, patriotic sign hanging above the business. The sign lights bright in the Blossom Valley Plaza, which tends to get dark once the sun sets.
Sidewalk repairs in Turlock continue, this time at on the corner of Olive Avenue and Palm Street. Outside of the First American Title Company, located at 501 E. Olive Ave., the large trees and sidewalk have been pulled out as repairs are made.

Located on the corner of East Main and Thor streets is one of the great historic features of Downtown Turlock — the Turlock Masonic Lodge sign. The sign, which marks the locations of the Turlock Masonic Lodge #395 at 108 S. Thor St., may have become rusted, but has only gained more character over the years.

Driving around Turlock, many may notice the cracked and lifted sidewalks scattered about the town. On Tuesday, crews were at the corner of Fulkerth and Tully roads laying some fresh cement.

As the holidays have come and gone, and the headache of sitting in traffic in Monte Vista Crossings has passed, some have began to notice several neon signs in the shopping center to be missing. Pictured is Mattress Discounters with two dimmed letters, but Jamba Juice and Starbucks, among others, also had a portion of their signs out.
Signs posted along the Taylor Road bike path allow for only bicyclists and pedestrians to use the pathway. The Taylor Road bike path runs parallel to Taylor Road between North Tegner Road and Country Walk Lane.