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A large crowd of people waits to be let inside of Jensen Hall where the Lassen County Board of Supervisors reconvened its Tuesday, Sept. 14 meeting. People were expected to attend the meeting to voice concern over the release of convicted killer, Loren Herzog, in Lassen County.
Sept. 15, 2010 — In an exclusive phone conversation at 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 14, Assemblyman Dan Logue told Managing Editor Barbara France that after negotiating with Scott Kernan, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation undersecretary, accused serial killer Loren Herzog who is scheduled to be released on parole this month will not be “going to Doyle, Calif."
Plumas County Administrative Officer Jack Ingstad informed the Board of Supervisors that the county would probably have to pay nearly $320,000 in audit exceptions for "the payment of money to Frank Stewart that wasn't appropriate."
Frank Stewart was the county's Quincy Library Group Forester in the past and currently does work on county fire-safe projects as a contractor.
Eastern Plumas Health Care is working to expand its specialty services, and in this era of economic fear and downsizing, that might come as a surprise.
The way Chief Executive Officer Tom Hayes explains it though, it just makes sense, especially because EPHC is at a distance from larger medical centers where these services regularly occur.
An estimated 60,000 gallons of raw sewage has leaked into Wolf Creek, and operators have not yet found the cause
Jim Hamblin, chief of the sanitation operations, said the pond is almost completely drained, and the search for a leak will continue.
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors gave its required 90-day notice Tuesday, Sep. 7, that it would cancel Veterans Service Officer Sheryl Austin's contract with the stated intention of rehiring her in a similar job that would no longer categorize her as a department head.
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