Veterans Service Office no longer its own department
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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PDH directors resist challenge to Measure B
Plumas District Hospital’s board held its first post-Measure B election meeting Sept. 2. In fact, board members held two meetings: a special meeting and a regular monthly meeting.
The special meeting held two agenda items of note. The first was to discuss possible action following voter approval of Measure B and its impact on bondholders and the district.
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Road Temporary Closure - Big Creek Road
Big Creek Road, County Road 423, between Bucks Lake and Meadow Valley will be closed starting the morning of September 16 to fix a landslide, according to the Federal Highway Administration.
Traveling westbound: the closure will be located 2 miles southwest of the intersection with Bucks Lake Road in Meadow Valley.
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FRC to ask county for $5 million ‘advance’ on tax revenues
Faced with a cash-flow hole of $1 million and growing, Feather River College is taking the unprecedented step of asking the county for an advance on its tax revenues.
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New treatment plant is up and running
Indian Valley Editor
The new membrane filtration system for Greenville domestic water is up and running. The work it took to get it that way was featured last month in the California Water Journal, a publication by the California Rural Water Association.
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Park district begins planning how to use new land
Thanks to two recent acquisitions, the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District has more than doubled the size of Pioneer Park in East Quincy, and officials are ready to hear ideas from the public about how to use the land.
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