PDH board sets election date for tax cap initiative
At their board meeting April 1, the Plumas District Hospital board unanimously adopted a Resolution calling for an election on the Tax Limitation Initiative.
The board either had to adopt the initiative as is, which would cap the Measure A tax at $50 per $100,000 of assessed house value, or else choose to go to election.
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Rock slide cleared; Highway 70 now open
Feather Publishing4/3/2010 9:15 a.m Update
The rock slide has been cleared and Highway 70 in the Feather RiverCanyon is now open.4/3/2010 5:45 a.m Update
Highway 70 remains closed due to a rockslide. Mortorists are advised to use an alternate route. 4/2/2010 4:40 p.m. A rock-slide has closed the Feather River Canyon for through traffic. The slide is located just west of the county line near the tunnels and is blocking both lanes and the shoulder.
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Posch Scheduled for Possible Plea
High Desert State Prison Sergeant Todd Posch’s next court appearance is scheduled for a possible plea Tuesday, April 20.
Plumas County District Attorney Jeff Cunan reported after a Tuesday, March 30, pretrial conference the only offer made to the defendant was to plea as charged to two counts of filing a false police report.
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Plumas Bank changes leadership
Plumas Bancorp, a bank holding company and the parent company of Plumas Bank, announced the separation of employment of Douglas N. Biddle effective March 26. Biddle had formerly been the company’s president and chief executive officer.
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Hospital board poised to set election
County Clerk Kathy Williams has confirmed that her office has counted the signatures and certified the petition for the “Tax Limitation Initiative” that would cap the tax to pay for Plumas District Hospital’s new building at $50 per $100,000 of assessed home value.
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Electric companies come to agreement
Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative, Plumas and Sierra counties, the city of Portola and the city of Loyalton withdrew protests filed with the California Public Utilities Commission when a settlement agreement was reached with Sierra Pacific Power Company (dba Nevada Energy, but for the purposes of this article called Sierra Pacific) and California Pacific Electric Co., LLC (CalPeco), buyer of Sierra Pacific’s California holdings.
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