Public encouraged to attend EQSD informational meeting
The East Quincy Services District will outline the results of a wastewater treatment plant feasibility study on Monday night.
Customers of the EQSD and Quincy Community Services District are encouraged to attend the meeting 6:30 p.m. meeting at Pioneer Elementary School.
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Supervisors voice concern over school closures
Plumas County leaders want to have a say about the fate of the county’s schools.
At their meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17, the county’s Board of Supervisors approved sending a letter to the Plumas Unified School District requesting some communication.
The school district has outlined its recommendations for school closures and faculty layoffs for the 2012-13 academic year.
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Water district adds amphibious vehicle to its arsenal
As you drive through Hamilton Branch you may notice an odd looking yellow vehicle parked in front of the Hamilton Branch Community Services District office. This is the district’s new amphibious vehicle, an Argo 6x6 650 HD. It should make servicing the community’s spring during the winter much easier than it has been in the past.
Photo by Jason Theobald
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County-community landscape project is blossoming
M. Kate West
The new Almanor Recreation Center (ARC) in Chester has, from its early beginnings, received tremendous community support — support that continues to grow with each passing day.
The first big step in this collaboration began with the efforts of Gini Natali to form an unfunded recreation district in the Lake Almanor Basin. A diamond of the first water when it came to community advocacy, Natali had learned of the potential of funding that would come to every recognized recreational district in the state of California.
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Restoring Last Chance and Red Clover: Public comments sought
Indian Valley Editor
Controversial watershed restoration projects will be explained to the public Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m., in the clubroom at the Indian Valley Museum in Taylorsville.
Local ranchers and water rights holders garnered support from county supervisors last year, so more of an effort at public outreach and a Plan B in case of unexpected water shortages are now required.
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