Roadbed on Round Valley Dam cracks
Indian Valley Editor1/20/2010
State officials asked Indian Valley Community Services District personnel to monitor cracks in the roadbed on the Round Valley Reservoir Dam after a recent inspection.
The cracks show some movement there, reported Water Operations Manager Jesse Lawson, though he did not seem unduly concerned.
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Portola supports PSREC acquisition of electrical service
At the regular meeting of the city council Jan. 13, the city of Portola prepared for a pre-hearing conference the California Public Utilities Commission has scheduled Jan 20 in San Francisco, by adopting a resolution in support of Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative’s acquisition of electrical service within the city.
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Plumas Schools open Wednesday and buses on normal schedule
January 20, 2010
All schools in the Plumas Unified School District including Quincy, Greenville, Chester and Portola will start on time this morning.
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Hwy 70 in the Feather River Canyon now open
Feather PublishingJanuary 20, 2010
The slide by Elephant Butte Tunnel in the Feather River Canyon has been stabilized and Highway 70 has been opened to through traffic.
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Highway 70 closed at Elephant Butte
Feather PublishingUpdate; January 19, 2010
As of 9:45 Tuesday morning Caltrans reports that Highway 70 is still closed between Elephant Butte and the Greenville Wye. Alternate routes between the Quincy area and the Sacramento Valley are provided by Highways 32 and 80. Both of these connect to the Quincy area via Highway 89. Chains or snow tires are required on Highway 89.
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Ten feet or more of snow expected according to the National Weather Service
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
UPDATED TUE A.M. JAN 19 2010
...HEAVY SNOW WILL CONTINUE IN THE MOUNTAINS...
.PERIODS OF SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO WEDNESDAY. SNOW LEVELS
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