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And now there are three.
Three candidates have picked up papers to run for District 5 supervisor, representing the Graeagle area and a portion of East Quincy, but will they?
|Community members packed the Indian Valley Community Services District board meeting to express their frustration with the lack of oversight provided by the board of directors. THe district's general manager has been arrested for embezzeling over $380,000 of district funds.|
Several people asked the Indian Valley Community Services District’s board of directors to resign last week.
About 30 Indian Valley residents, including several business owners, packed the small IVCSD office during the board’s Wednesday, Jan. 8, meeting.
Nearly a dozen people took turns blasting the board, saying the district failed to supervise its former general manager, Leanna May Moore.
The new Spanish Creek Bridge, opened in July 2012, adds another accolade to its list of awards. Photo courtesy California Department of Transportation
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 2, along with contractor C.C. Myers Inc., has been awarded the Engineering News-Record’s “Best of the Best” Highway/Bridge Project Award for 2013.
Seven hundred project teams submitted their work in the regional competition in May 2013. Caltrans District 2 and C.C. Myers Inc. won the Northern California Region award, beating out major projects like the Dumbarton Bridge Seismic Retrofit Project.
Two Quincy men were arrested in connection with the Jan. 7 burglary of a Quincy antique store.
According to the Plumas County sheriff, Ralph Chico Cardiel III, 37, was arrested Saturday afternoon, Jan. 11, and charged with burglary and a probation violation.
District 5 Supervisor Jon Kennedy became chairman of the Board of Supervisors on Jan. 7, following the unanimous vote of his colleagues.
District 2 Supervisor Kevin Goss will serve as vice chairman for 2014.
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