Board begins budget discussions - Sheriff shares scathing comments for latest music fest
Two topics dominated the Board of Supervisors’ June 6 meeting: the 2014-15 budget and Belden music festivals.
Department heads and elected officials filled the boardroom as the county’s budget consultant, Susan Scarlett, reviewed preliminary numbers for the next fiscal year.
Based on anticipated revenues and expenditures, the county is looking at a $3.3 million budget shortfall. That compares to a $1.7 million shortfall that the supervisors faced a year ago.
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Meadow Valley Firewise Community Meeting
The community is invited to discuss the recent Meadow Valley wildland fire drill and other important Firewise community information this Thursday, June 19 from 7-8:00 pm. The meeting is being held at the Meadow Valley Church to insure access for people with special needs.
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California Fish and Game Commission votes to add gray wolf to state endangered list
The California Fish and Game Commission has voted to move forward with listing the gray wolf as an endangered species under California law.
The vote took place at the regularly scheduled commission meeting in Fortuna on June 4. Commissioners Richard Rogers, Jack Baylis and Michael Sutton voted for listing, while Commissioner Jacque Hostler-Carmesin voted no. Commissioner Jim Kellogg was not present.
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Oh Baby! How birth control has changed!
Dramaworks announces an informative presentation on current birth control options June 21, 3-5 p.m. at the West End Theatre in Quincy.
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A Few Brews and a Banjo and much more!
M. Kate West
|A Few Brews and a Banjo is an event that supports the music and drama programs at both Chester Elementary and Chester High School. Photo by Jan Davies
What could possibly make an afternoon more enjoyable than sitting by the North Fork Feather River, under the shade trees in the Chester Park, while tapping one’s toes to bluegrass music and sipping a tasty microbrewed beer?
“Absolutely nothing,” said Jeff Bryant, event coordinator and Plumas Arts Lake Almanor Basin representative.
He said residents and guests can gain all this and more by attending the 10th offering of “A Few Brews and a Banjo,” a music festival Saturday, June 21.
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No injuries in field landing during Father’s Day Fly-In festivities
Update: Sunday afternoon, the same plane was being towed on Highway 70 through downtown Quincy back to the airport. This photo was taken on the corner of Lawrence St and Railway Ave. Photo by Eli Marchus
Three passengers and the pilot of this Cherokee 180 escaped injuries when the pilot made an emergency landing in a field just east of the Quincy airport Sunday morning.
Read more: No injuries in field landing during Father’s Day Fly-In festivities