Public weighs in on proposed Bucks Lake trail
Four months after the Plumas County Board of Supervisors heard arguments for and against proposed trails at Bucks Lake, they heard many of the same pros and cons again.
Cabin owners and recreation enthusiasts packed the boardroom March 10, just as many had during the last go around Nov. 12, 2014.
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March 26 deadline looms for public comment on GWC rate hike
Graeagle Water Co. customers have until March 26 to weigh in on a proposed 40 percent rate hike that will generate $179,133 in added revenue for the private utility.
The recommendation (Proposed Resolution W-5027) is scheduled to be on the California Public Utilities Commission’s April 9 agenda for its meeting in San Francisco. At that time, the CPUC may choose to act on the resolution, postpone it or change it.
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Road and bridge construction ahead
Bridges and roadways dominated much of the discussion during the Plumas Board of Supervisors March 10 meeting.
Public Works Director Bob Perreault will use $200,000 from the road department contingency fund to purchase a panel truss bridge.
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Truck driver fatally crashes on Highway 89
|Emergency responders labor to remove the body of truck driver Terence Eck from a totaled semi. Eck was killed in the accident. Deputy Phil Shannon reported the mostly likely cause of the incident was excessive speed. Photos by Miriam S. Cody
On Monday morning, just after 5:30 a.m., a logging truck accident on Highway 89 between Canyon Dam and Greenville resulted in a fatality.
Terence Eck, 40, of Princeton, was pronounced dead at the scene.
At approximately 5:35 a.m., Eck was driving a fully loaded 2014 Kenworth logging truck southbound, just north of Greenville-Wolf Creek Road.
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Time capsule discovered in historical Quincy house
|The 1877 Victorian house on the corner of Jackson and Fillmore streets in downtown Quincy is currently under restoration by Lisa Dunnington and Stewart Gately. While working on the house, they discovered a time capsule that was buried in one of the walls in 1974. Photos by James Wilson
When the new owners of the old Victorian-style house on the corner of Jackson and Fillmore streets in downtown Quincy started its renovation, they didn’t know what to expect.
They certainly didn’t expect to find a time capsule from the ’70s, but that’s just what they discovered.
The Lowell family constructed the house in 1877, but sold the house to Greenleaf Greeley Clough shortly after in 1879.
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