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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DFG likely to appeal class ruling in pike lawsuit
For more than a year, the class action lawsuit of eastern county citizens and the city of Portola versus the California Department of Fish and Game over economic impacts of the Pike Eradication Project was out of public sight, until Judge Hilde’s ruling to certify the plaintiffs as a class a couple of weeks ago.
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Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council acquires White Sulphur Springs Ranch
The California Department of Transportation’s Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program has awarded the Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council a grant in the amount of $500,000 toward the acquisition of the ranch for its value as a roadside recreational facility.
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Randy Beck fundraising dinner, auction this Friday
A tri-tip meal, auction and drawing will be held at Pioneer Park Pavilion on Fairgrounds Road in Quincy this Friday, Sept. 10, from 4 - 8 p.m. to raise money to help lifelong resident Randy Beck with his rising medical expenses resulting from his extensive battle with cancer.
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Greenville is proving ground for new radar device
Indian Valley Editor
Greenville is once again a proving ground for experiments with life-saving technologies that may be used in both humanitarian and military or homeland security applications.
This time, it wasn't an invention of renowned Greenville and Bay Area resident Bill Wattenburg, although he played a key role in bringing people together to make it happen.
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