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Yolo County, California USENET FAQ Part 2 of 3

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               The Yolo County, California USENET FAQ Part 2 of 3
            Frequently Asked Questions about Yolo County, California
                           (c) Copyright 1995 & 1996

                                       by

                             David F. Prenatt, Jr.
                              Internet Esquire(SM)
                                 P.O. Box 74632
                              Davis, CA 95617-5632

                     <http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/ >

                        <mailto:NetEsq@dcn.davis.ca.us >


The Yolo County, California USENET FAQ (Yolo County USENET FAQ) may be
comprised of more than one part.  If it is, please see the TABLE OF
CONTENTS in Part One for a complete list of the questions that I have
attempted to answer and for other important legal information.  Caveat
emptor:  I assume no obligation for anyone through the publication of the
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               The Yolo County, California USENET FAQ Part 2 of 3
            Frequently Asked Questions about Yolo County, California
               (c) Copyright 1995 & 1996 by David F. Prenatt, Jr.


2)  FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VISITING YOLO COUNTY. [Rev]

     Those visitors to Yolo County who intend to visit the City of Davis or
     U.C. Davis should refer to the Davis USENET FAQ and/or the U.C. Davis
     USENET FAQ (see Section 1.5 for more information on how to obtain
     these FAQs).  Readers with a web browser may wish to visit the Yolo
     Online Home Page on the World Wide Web:

          <http://www.mother.com/yo/yolo1.htm >


2.1)  What reasons would someone have for visiting Yolo County?

     Most people who visit Yolo County have friends, family, or business in
     the area, as Yolo County is a fairly obscure and sparsely populated
     region of Northern California, best known as the home of U.C. Davis.
     However, Yolo County also contains a number of other small communities
     and is the center of the multi-billion dollar California tomato
     industry.  See Section 2.6 for more information about Yolo County
     commerce.

2.2)  Where is Yolo County and how do I get there?

     Yolo County borders Sacramento County, which lies east of Yolo County.
     Depending upon where you begin your trip and what part of Yolo County
     you are trying to reach, you could take one of a number of highways.
     Interstates 5 (I-5), 80 (I-80), and 505 (I-505) form a triangle that
     bisects the borders of Yolo County, and Hwy 113 runs north and south
     connecting I-5 (which runs northwest and southeast) with I-80 (which
     runs east and west).

2.3)  Where can I get something to eat in Yolo County?

     See Section 3.6.2 for a list of restaurants in Yolo County.

2.4)  Where can I find lodging in Yolo County?

     Depending upon what part of Yolo County you plan to visit, you have a
     number of options for temporary lodging.  If you are visiting Davis,
     you may wish to refer to the Davis USENET FAQ (see Section 1.5 for
     information on how to obtain the Davis USENET FAQ).

2.5)  What sort of recreation and entertainment is available for visitors
      to Yolo County?

     [See Section 3.6.1 for more information about recreation and
     entertainment in Yolo County.]  According to the erudite Robert
     Schulz, the Cache Creek Casino in Capay Valley is operated by the
     Wintun tribe, one of the all but extinct groups of "California
     Indians".  According to my resource books, however, the Wintun is not
     properly considered a tribe, but rather a dialect group of the
     Penutian language family of aboriginal California.  Speakers of the
     Wintun dialect include the closely related Wintu, Nomlaki, and Patwin.
          The Patwin were the most recent aboriginal inhabitants of Yolo
     County prior to the Gold Rush, but many of the remaining "California
     Indians" such as the Patwin have organized with other Native Americans
     and organized into larger political groups to preserve their sundry
     cultures and obtain greater influence (e.g., the aforementioned
     "Wintun tribe").  Gaming is one of the most profitable industries for
     groups on Indian reservations in California, as casino style gambling
     is not legal anywhere else in the state.  To reach the Cache Creek
     Casino, drive west on Highway 16, which runs through the city of
     Woodland as Main Street and intersects I-5, Hwy 113, and I-505:

          Drive until you're sure you've hit the end of the world.
          Drive further still. There, you will find Cashe[sic] Creek.
          Can't miss it. Big, funky building in the middle of nowhere.

     Mike Lewis (<mailto:mike@larry.utah.com > posting on ucd.life
     (<news:ucd.life > Message-ID: <461k13$bd@larry.utah.com>).
          Driving along Hwy 16 West from Woodland, you will pass the towns
     of Madison, Esparto, and Capay west of I-505.  On the outskirts of
     Capay, you will find the Cache Creek Casino.  A Las Vegas casino it is
     not.  It has bingo, slot machines, blackjack and other card games; it
     does not have craps, roulette, or complimentary cocktails.  A quaint
     place to gamble in the middle of nowhere.

2.6)  What sort of commerce is there in Yolo County?

     The multi-billion dollar California tomato industry, an agribusiness
     that dominates 90% of the national tomato market, is centered in Yolo
     County.  There are also a number of small businesses that operate out
     of store front malls and a smattering of other larger commercial
     enterprises.  Readers with a web browser may visit the Woodland
     Chamber of Commerce Home Page on the World Wide Web:

          <http://www.mother.com/yo/wcham/wcham1.htm >

2.7)  What sort of transportation services are available to and in Yolo
      County?

     Yolobus provides bus service to and in Yolo County from the
     neighboring county of Sacramento and Citylink provides bus service
     from the neighboring town of Dixon.  Contact Yolobus at 1-(800)-371-
     2877; TDD 371-3077 or City Link at (707)428-7590 for more information.
     Greyhound and Amtrak also maintain stations in Yolo County.  Ten
     commercial airlines also service the Sacramento Metropolitan Airport
     which borders Yolo County to the east.

2.7.1)  How far is the Sacramento Metropolitan Airport from Yolo County and
        how do I get there?

     The Sacramento Metropolitan Airport is located about a mile from the
     border of Yolo County, on the outskirts of Sacramento County.  Most of
     the populated regions of Yolo County are closer to the airport than
     are the populated regions of Sacramento County.  Take I-5 South (which
     is actually eastbound) to the airport.  You can't possibly miss the
     airport.

2.7.1.1)  Where should I park at the Sacramento Metropolitan Airport?

     Short term parking is usually available near the terminal of your
     airline for 75 cent for the first half hour, $1.50 per hour to a
     maximum daily rate of $10; long term parking is $1.50 per hour up to a
     maximum daily rate of $5.  Circle around the airport once before
     parking to make sure that you know where you are going once you park.

2.7.1.2)  Is there an airport shuttle service from Yolo County to the
          Sacramento Metropolitan Airport?

     Yes.  The Davis Airporter has 24 hour service to the Sacramento
     Airport from all areas in and around Yolo County (reservations are
     required).  Contact the Davis Airporter at (916)756-6715 for more
     information.  [Note:  Other companies provide shuttle service to the
     Sacramento Airport, but I have not had occasion to use them.]

2.7.1.3)  Where can I get more information about the Sacramento
          Metropolitan Airport?

     Call the Metro's BeeLine at (916)552-5252 or write:

          Department of Airports
          6900 Airport Blvd
          Sacramento, CA 95837

     Be sure to ask for the Bi-Monthly Flight Schedule.  [Note:  Readers
     with a web browser may wish to visit the Southwest Airlines Home Page
     on the World Wide Web (<http://www.iflyswa.com/ >)].

2.7.2)  Amtrak.  [New]

     Readers with a web browser may visit Amtrak's Home Page on the World
     Wide Web (<http://www.amtrak.com/ >).  Amtrak's Capitol Route is an
     affordable and pleasant way to reach the Bay Area, but the trains do
     not run on time.  Make sure that you allow for plenty of time to reach
     your destination.

3)  FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT LIVING IN YOLO COUNTY.

3.1)  HOUSING IN YOLO COUNTY.

3.1.1)  Rental Housing.

     [This section is currently under construction.]

3.1.2)  Residential Real Estate.

     Readers with a web browser may visit the following URLs on the World
     Wide Web for information on Yolo County Real Estate:

          *    The Davis Real Estate Home Page
          <http://www.mother.com/yo/davisre/davrein.htm >

          *    The Woodland Real Estate Home Page
          <http://www.mother.com/yo/woodre/wdrein.htm >


3.2)  COMMERCIAL SERVICES FOR YOLO COUNTY RESIDENTS.

3.2.1)  What kinds of retail establishments are there in Yolo County and
        where are they located?

     The vast majority of retail establishments in Yolo County are located
     in Woodland.  While there are only a few major department stores in
     Woodland, there are many other retail establishments including a
     number of major grocery stores.  See the phone book for more
     information.

3.2.2)  [Miscellaneous sections currently under construction.]

3.3)  GOVERNMENT SERVICES IN YOLO COUNTY.

3.3.1)  CITY GOVERNMENT SERVICES.

     There are four incorporated cities in Yolo County:  Davis, West
     Sacramento, Winters, and Woodland.

3.3.1.1)  Davis.

     See the Davis USENET FAQ for information on Davis city government
     services (see Section 1.5 for information about how to obtain the
     Davis USENET FAQ).

3.3.1.2)  West Sacramento.

     While West Sacramento is located in Yolo County, it is typically
     considered by outsiders to be a part of the Sacramento community and
     is not even listed in the Yolo County Phone Book; local residents,
     however, have pointed out to me that West Sacramento is a rural
     community that has much more in common with other communities in Yolo
     County than those in Sacramento.  Contact West Sacramento City Hall
     for more information about West Sacramento city government services:

          West Sacramento City Hall
          2101 Stone Blvd
          West Sacramento, CA 95691.
          (916)373-5800

3.3.1.3)  Winters.

     Contact Winters City Hall at (916)795-4910 for information about
     Winters city government services.

3.3.1.4)  Woodland.

     For Woodland city government services not listed below, check the
     phone book or call (916)661-5850.

3.3.1.4.1)  Library Services.

     Contact the City of Woodland Library Information and Reference Desk at
     (916)661-5982.  Readers with a web browser may visit the Woodland
     Public Library Home Page on the World Wide Web:

          <http://www.mother.com/yo/woodland/wlibmain.htm >

3.3.1.4.2)  Parks and Recreation.

     Contact Parks, Recreation and Community Services for the City of
     Woodland at (916)661-5880.  Readers with a web browser may visit the
     Woodland Parks and Recreation Home Page on the World Wide Web:

          <http://www.mother.com/yo/woodland/parksrec.htm >

3.3.2)  YOLO COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICES.

3.3.2.1)  The Yolo County Library System.

     Yolo County maintains four branch library collections.  See the phone
     book or contact the business office at (916)666-8005 for more
     information.  The City of Woodland also maintains a separate library;
     see Section 3.3.1.4.1 for more information.

3.3.2.2)  Voter Registration.

     For information on voter registration in Yolo County, contact the Yolo
     County Registrar of Voters at (916)666-8133.

3.3.3)  CALIFORNIA STATE GOVERNMENT SERVICES.

     Readers with a web browser may visit the State of Californnia's Home
     Page on the World Wide Web (<http://www.ca.gov/ >).

3.3.3.1)  Where is the Department of Motor Vehicles located in Yolo County
          and what are its hours of operation?

     The Department of Motor Vehicles has two locations in Yolo County.
     One in Davis at 505 Pole Line Rd. (for general information, call
     (916)753-6813; TTY 800-368-4327); the other is in Woodland at 825 East
     St, Suite 306 (for general information, call (916)662-4603; TTY 800-
     368-4327).

3.3.3.2)  Are there any other state government offices located in Yolo
          County?

     Most of the state government offices that serve Yolo County are
     located in Sacramento.  For services that are not listed here, see the
     phone book.  See also the Sacramento and/or California USENET FAQs
     (the latter is currently under construction; see Section 1.5 for
     information on how to obtain the Sacramento USENET FAQ).

3.3.4)  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES. [Rev]

     Readers with a web browser may visit the FedWorld Information Network
     Home Page on the World Wide Web (<http://www.fedworld.gov/ >).

3.3.4.1)  Where are the United States Post Offices in Yolo County and what
          hours do they operate? [Rev]

     Call the branches below for information on hours of operation.

     *    Davis Branches:  Besides the main Davis location and the El
          Macero Contract Station, there is a P.O. Box location downtown, a
          location on the U.C. Davis campus, and several area merchants
          will offer postal services.

               Main Davis Branch (916)753-3496
               2020 5th St (at Pole Line Rd), Davis, CA 95616

               El Macero Contract Station (916)756-5115
               44025 N. El Macero Rd (at Mace Blvd, CA 95618

     *    Dunnigan Branch (916)724-3420
          3650 W. County Rd 99 (near Main St), Dunnigan, CA 95937

     *    Esparto Branch (916)787-3801
          909 Yolo Av (at Capay St), Esparto, CA 95627

     *    Madison Branch (916)666-0666
          29053 Main St (at Railroad Ave), Madison, CA 95653

     *    Winters (916)795-4544
          510 Railroad Ave (at Baker St), Winters, CA 95694

     *    Woodland (916)662-5976
          720 Court St (at 3rd St), Woodland, CA 95695

     *    Yolo (916)666-2378
          14138 2nd St (at Washington St), Yolo, CA 95697

     *    Zamora (916)662-0406
          9780 Blacks St (at 1st St), Zamora, CA 95698


3.3.4.2)  Are there any other federal government offices located in Yolo
          County? [Rev]

     Most of the federal government offices that serve Yolo County are
     located in Sacramento or San Francisco.  For services not listed here,
     see the phone book or visit the Federal Government Services Home Page
     on the World Wide Web (<http://www.fedworld.gov/ >).  See also the
     Sacramento, Bay Area and/or California USENET FAQs ([the last FAQ is
     currently under construction] see Section 1.5 for information on how
     to obtain these FAQs).

3.4)  TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN AND AROUND YOLO COUNTY.

3.4.1)  What transportation services are available in and around Yolo
        County?

     Yolobus provides bus service in and around Yolo county.  Contact
     Yolobus at 1-(800)-371-2877 [TDD (916)371-3077] for more information.

3.4.2)  Are there any shuttle services for Yolo County commuters to
        neighboring communities?

     In conjunction with neighboring communities, Yolobus provides
     comprehensive transportation services for Yolo County commuters.

3.5)  POLITICS IN YOLO COUNTY.

     Yolo is one of 58 counties in California.  Like other California
     counties, Yolo is an administrative subdivision of the state
     government and is governed by a board of supervisors.  Yolo County
     also contains four incorporated cities that have separate and distinct
     pluralistic political structures.

3.5.1)  Who are the elected officials for Yolo County and how can I reach
        them? [Rev]

     The Yolo County Board of Supervisors is comprised of five districts.
     The county supervisors for each district are:

          First District:     The Honorable Michael H. McGowan
               (916)375-0976

          Second District:    The Honorable Helen MacLeod Thompson
               (916)666-8620

          Third District:     The Honorable Tom Stallard
               (916)666-8195

          Fourth District:    The Honorable Dave Rosenberg

          Fifth District:     The Honorable Lynnel Pollock

          The California State Government is comprised of the legislature
     (composed of the state senate and the state assembly) and the Office
     of the Governor.  The state legislature representatives for the Yolo
     County area are:

          *    The Honorable Maurice Johannessen, State Senator for the 4th
               District
               <http://www.sen.ca.gov/htbin/senator_profile/johannessen/ >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               410 Hemsted Dr, Ste 200       State Capitol, Rm 4082
               Redding, CA 96002             Sacramento, CA 95814
               (916)458-4161                 (916)445-3353

               <mailto:Senator.Johannessen@sen.ca.gov >

          *    The Honorable Thomas M. Hannigan, State Assembly
               Representative for the 8th District
               <http://www.assembly.ca.gov/district/a08/a08.htm >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               844 Union Ave, Ste A          State Capitol, Rm 3104
               Fairfield, CA 94533           Sacramento, CA 94533
               (707)429-2383                 (916)445-8368

               <mailto:Tom.Hannigan@assembly.ca.gov >

     The Honorable Pete Wilson, Governor of California can be reached at
     the State Capitol (<http://www.ca.gov/gov/governer.html> ):

          Office of Governor Wilson
          State Capitol Building
          Sacramento, CA 95814
          (916)445-2841; FAX 445-4633

          [What?!  No e-mail address?!]

          Elected representatives in the federal government of the United
     States serve in the Congress (comprised of the United States Senate
     and the House of Representatives) and the Office of the President.
     The federal representatives for Davis, California in the United States
     Congress are:

          *    The Honorable Diane Feinstein, United States Senator for the
               State of California (<http://www.senate.gov/~feinstein/ >)

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               1700 Montgomery St., Ste 305  331 Hart Building
                San Francisco, CA 94111      Washington, DC 20510
               (415)249-4777                 (202)224-3841

               <mailto:senator@feinstein.senate.gov >

          *    The Honorable Barbara Boxer, United States Senator for the
               State of California (<http://www.senate.gov/~boxer/ >)

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               1700 Montgomery St., Ste 240  112 Hart Building
               San Francisco, CA 94111       Washington, DC 20510
               (415)403-0100                 (202)224-3353

               <mailto:Senator@Boxer.Senate.Gov >

          *    The Honorable Vic Fazio, House Representative for the 3rd
               Congressional District of California

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               772-B Main St.                2113 Rayburn Building
               Woodland, CA 95695            Washington, D.C. 20515
               (916)666-5521;(800)324-3925   (202)225-5716

               <mailto:dcaucus@hr.house.gov >

     The Honorable Bill Clinton (<mailto:president@whitehouse.gov >),
     President of the United States (whose present term expires in January
     of 1997 and who is eligible for re-election in November of 1996) can
     be reached at:

          1600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
          Washington, DC 20500
          (202)456-1414

     The Honorable Albert Gore (<mailto:vice-president@whitehouse.gov >),
     Vice-President of the United States (whose present term expires in
     January 1997 and who is eligible for re-election in November of 1996)
     can be reached at the same address and phone number as President
     Clinton.  Readers with a web browser may visit the White House Home
     Page on the World Wide Web (<http://www.whitehouse.gov/ >)

3.5.2)  Who are the elected representatives for the incorporated cities
        that are located in Yolo County and how can I reach them? [Rev]

     There are four incorporated cities in Yolo County:  Davis, West
     Sacramento, Winters and Woodland.

          *    Davis:  See the Davis USENET FAQ for information on elected
               representatives in the City of Davis (see Section 1.5 for
               information on how to obtain the Davis USENET FAQ).  Readers
               with a web browser may also visit the City of Davis
               Government Home Page on the World Wide Web
               (<http://www.city.davis.ca.us/ >).

          *    West Sacramento:  [This section is currently under
               construction.]  The communities of Broderick, Bryte, and
               Southport were absorbed into West Sacramento.

          *    Winters:  For information on the Winters City Council,
               please visit the Yolo County Clerk Home Page on the World
               Wide Web (<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~cntyclrk/ >).

          *    Woodland:  For information on th Woodland City Council,
               please visit the Yolo County Clerk Home Page on the World
               Wide Web (<http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~cntyclrk/ >).


3.6)  RECREATION AND ENTERTAINMENT IN YOLO COUNTY.

3.6.1)  What kinds of recreation and entertainment are there in Yolo
        County?

     [This section is currently under construction.]  Readers with a web
     browser may visit the Woodland Opera House Home Page on the World Wide
     Web (<http://www.mother.com/yo/woh/woh1.htm >).  See Section 2.5 for
     more information about Yolo County's Cache Creek Casino.

3.6.2)  What kinds of restaurants are there in Yolo County? [Rev]

     For such an obscure rural county, Yolo has a surprisingly large number
     of very good restaurants.  I have included a partial list here of the
     ones that I and/or my friends frequent and enjoy, but this list is far
     from exhaustive.  See the phone book for a complete list or visit the
     following URL on the World Wide Web:

          <http://www.bizline.com/restauratns/area/area5.html >


3.6.2.1)  Davis.

     See the Davis USENET FAQ for a list of restaurants located in Davis
     (see Section 1.5 for information on how to obtain the Davis USENET
     FAQ).

3.6.2.2)  West Sacramento.

     I have received the following recommendations via e-mail for
     restaurants in West Sacramento:

          *    Club Pheasant (916)371-9530:  Known locally as the Pheasant
               Club.
               Jefferson Blvd
               West Sacramento 95691

          *    Vince's Italian Restaurant (916)371-6395
               840 Harbor Blvd
               West Sacramento 95605

          *    Freddie's Gourmet (916)371-8945:  "An excellent place for
               simple food in West Sac."
               120 15th
               West Sacramento 95691


3.6.2.3)  Winters.

          *    The Buckhorn (916)795-4503:  Your basic steakhouse; a local
               favorite.
               210 Railroad Ave (at Main Street)
               Winters, CA 95694

          [More listings are currently under construction.]

3.6.2.4)  Woodland. [Rev]

          *    The Krellenworks has reopened! (916)662-6722:  A great place
               for coffee, espresso, and/or a bite to eat when appearing in
               traffic court across the street.
               722 Main St
               Woodland, CA 95695

          *    Morrison's Upstairs (916)666-6176:  Fine wine and dining;
               nightclub downstairs.
               428 1/2 1st Street
               Woodland, CA 95695


3.6.2.5)  Restaurants in Unincorporated Yolo County Communities.

     [This section is currently under construction:  Rumsey, Guinda,
     Brooks, Capay, Esparto, Madison, Dunnigan, Zamora, Yolo, Knights
     Landing, El Macero, and Clarksburg.]

3.6.2.6)  Recommendations from the Yolo County USENET.

     On November 24, 1994, Steve Cantrell began the thread, "Good Eats in
     Yolo County," on the yolo.life newsgroup (<news:yolo.life >),
     recommending (among others) two restaurants that I have not had a
     chance to sample (Message-ID: <3bfr27$ihs@mark.ucdavis.edu)>:

          * Best Mexican Food: Jody's (in Woodland)
          * Best French Food: The Crepe Bistro (Davis)

     On November 29, 1994, Cyndie Alvarez Necoechea stated, "You should
     also try Vincents on Main Street.  Great Margaritas!!!"  (Message-ID:
     <Pine.SOL.3.91.941129151455.28922A-100000@dale>).  On December 2,
     1994, Lisa Nishikawa recommended Osaka Sushi as the Best Japanese
     (Message-ID: <3bmkip$71u@mark.ucdavis.edu>).  On December 11, 1994,
     Frank Digenova recommended Noodle Express for Chinese food.  And on
     December 25, 1994 Lois Richter offered (Message-ID:
     <3dkf71$n78@pa.mother.com>):

          the only other place to come close to [Morrison's Upstairs]
          recently was the 'St Pauli Hotel' restaurant on Hiway50
          (before Kyburz), which serves extremely good German-style
          food.

     In a separate post on the same day, Ms. Richter also offered the
     following recommendation (Message-ID: <3dkj40$nld@pa.mother.com>):

          [A]dd CHINA HOUSE (F st, near 3rd, Davis) for good
          all-around Chinese dishes and several great house
          specialties (my favorite is "China House Lettuce Chicken" --
          sort of like mushu pork with lettuce instead of crepes and
          chicken instead of pork and a FINE plum sauce!)

          Please note that I have edited the information above so that it
     should only include recommendations that I have not personally sampled
     and/or from people for whose taste I cannot vouch.  Also note that
     this information does not include cumulative recommendations or a
     tally of votes; noticeably missing from most of these recommendations
     are the addresses and phone numbers of the establishments.

3.7)  EDUCATION IN YOLO COUNTY.

     U.C. Davis is the educational and intellectual hub of Yolo County.
     See the U.C. Davis USENET FAQ for more information about U.C. Davis;
     see also the Davis USENET FAQ for information on educational programs
     in the City of Davis (see Section 1.5 for information on how to obtain
     these FAQS).  For information on other educational opportunities in
     Yolo County, contact the Woodland Literacy Council at (916)661-5987 or
     the Yolo County Office of Education at (916)668-6700.
          Yolonet Internet Access serves Yolo County students K-12, parents
     of those students, and Yolo County educators.  Readers with a web
     browser may visit the Yolonet Internet Access Home Page on the World
     Wide Web (<http://www.yolo.k12.ca.us/ >).

3.8)  RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS IN YOLO COUNTY.

     [This section is currently under construction.]  See also the Davis
     USENET FAQ for information on religious and secular community
     organizations in the City of Davis (see Section 1.5 for information on
     how to obtain the Davis USENET FAQ).

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          The Yolo County, California USENET FAQ Part 2 of 3
       Frequently Asked Questions about Yolo County, California
                       (c) Copyright 1995 & 1996

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                         Davis, CA 95617-5632

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