League of Women Voters panel to discuss future of schools
The future of public schools throughout Plumas County is the focus of a League of Women Voters program set for Thursday, March 1, at the Quincy library.
The 6 p.m. meeting will feature a panel of members of the four 7-11 committees established by the Plumas Unified School District board.
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Former prison guard sentenced
Todd Warren Posch, formerly of Greenville, was sentenced to three years formal probation, which includes 180 days in jail time set to begin March 1 in the Lassen County Jail.
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LAFCo votes to let service districts remain separate
Separate checks, please.
That’s the request Quincy’s two service districts are sending to the state as they try to formalize their failed merger.
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Council votes ‘yes’ to $64,000 questions
For the next four months, Portola water customers will not have to pay for their water usage in order to give a group of citizens time to receive and review responses to questions put before the city regarding rate increases implemented last summer.
Ratepayers will still receive bills and their sewer and solid waste fees will remain the same. They will also be billed the basic water facility charge, based on the size of their water connection. But the water itself will be free.
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CHP to step up Highway 147 enforcement
During the next several weeks, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) will be sharpening its focus on unsafe driving behaviors on Highway 147 between Hamilton Branch and Canyon Dam. This enhanced effort comes at the request of several residents in the area who have reported unsafe speeds and other reckless driving in the community.
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