Town of Windsor | Fall 2019 Recreation Guide

To register, go to 4 Windsor Town Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Ken MacNab as Town Manager. OnMay15, 2019, theWindsorTownCouncil appointed Mr. Ken MacNab as Town Manager. Mr. MacNab has worked for the Town of Windsor for three years. He began in the role of Community Development Director in 2016 and was appointed Interim Town Manager in December 2018. As Interim Town Manager, he oversaw the transition to District Elections, recruitment of key staff positions, including a new Police Chief and Town Attorney, and preparation and adoption of the Town’s budget. Mr. MacNab’s 20 years of professional experience in planning has positioned him well for addressing core community issues facing Windsor, including affordable housing, economic expansion in thedowntown, andgrowthand infrastructure planning. Mr. MacNab holds a Master of Arts in Public Administration from Portland State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Planning from Sonoma State University. Are you ready for PG&E’s Public Safety Power Shutoffs? Given the growing threat of extreme weather conditions, PG&E wants all of its customers to be prepared for potential power outages. If extreme fire danger conditions threaten a portion of the electric system serving our area, it may be necessary for PG&E to turn off electricity in the interest of public safety. This is called a Public Safety Power Shutoff. If PG&E needs to turn off an electric line for safety, all customers who receive power from that line will be affected, including Medical Baseline program customers. Be ready to act if PG&E notifies you that a shutoff is possible. Keep emer- gency phone numbers handy and consider staying with a friend or relative during an outage. For information on how to prepare for a Power Shut Down or to sign up for Alerts, visit:

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