Forest Service launches boat fees, raises campground rates
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors voiced concerns at a meeting Tuesday, May 4, about the Plumas National Forest’s plans to raise camping and boating fees in the Feather River Canyon, Bucks Lake and Antelope Lake areas.
Acting Assistant Resource Officer Lisa Sedlacek, from the Mt. Hough Ranger District, presented the changes to the board and tried to address the supervisors’ concerns.
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Wildwood common areas may be turned to residences
Community Development Commission Executive Director David Keller recently told his board of commissioners some of the large common rooms at Wildwood Village, located in downtown Chester, would probably be turned into living spaces to make the project more affordable.
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Forest Service invites Civic Center to participate in heat conversion project
Alicia KnadlerIndian Valley Editor5/11/2010
Indian Valley Community Services District directors tonight, Wednesday, May 12, will hear about an invitation to participate in a countywide Forest Service project.
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QCSD Hopes to Dump Solid Waste
The Quincy Community Service District board of directors agreed at its April meeting that General Manager Larry Sullivan should continue working with Public Works Director Bob Perreault on the possibility of transfer of the district’s solid waste powers to the county.
Sullivan told directors he asked Perreault what he thought about the idea after a previous meeting where the board discussed whether dropping those powers would simplify a consolidation with East Quincy Service District.
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Winter damage at treatment plant holds up the show
The Lake Davis Treatment Plant was supposed to begin water testing in June and be online for the city of Portola in August. That was June and August of last year, not this year.
A year later, water testing and the first flushes of water down the pipeline have not begun, halted by frozen pipes, cracked pumps and valves that didn’t make it through that first cold spell in December.
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