Will the lights go out? Streetlights in Greenville, Taylorsville discussed
Indian Valley Editor
A proposal to shut off 19 streetlights in Taylorsville, Greenville and Canyon Dam will be up for action tonight, Wednesday, March 3, at 6:30 p.m. Directors of the Indian Valley Community Services District will meet in the Indian Valley Civic Center, at 430 Main St. in Greenville.
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Highway 70 opens after accident in the Feather River Canyon
Feather Publishing3/3/2010 Update
State Route 70 in Plumas County near Storrie... Big rig cleared
Roadway open with R-1 chain restriction
R-1: Chains are required on all commercial vehicles (trucks or buses). All
other vehicles (cars, pick-ups, vans, etc.) must have either snow tread
tires or chains on the drive axle.
SR 70 [IN THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA] IS CLOSED 2 MI EAST OF THE BUTTE/PLUMAS CO LINE - DUE TO AN ACCIDENT - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE
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Pre bid meeting for Spanish Creek Bridge
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contractor mandatory pre-bid meeting for Spanish Creek Bridge
REDDING - The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will hold a mandatory Pre-Bid meeting for Prime contractors interested in bidding on the Spanish Creek Bridge Replacement Project on State Route 70 in Plumas County.
Meeting will include project plans for viewing and prime and subcontractor networking opportunities.
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Legislative Oversight Hearing - The Williamson Act: Past, Present, Future?
Senate Local Government Committee to hear from county officials, landowners and conservation organizations
Faced with budget problems, the Governor all but eliminated state aid for the Williamson Act in 2009, causing farmers, ranchers, and county officials to question the state's commitment to conserving open space and agricultural lands.
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Chester High alumni vote to name gymnasium
M. Kate West
“It will still be the Chester High School gym, it will just have Darold Adamson’s name on it,” said alumna Joan Sayre Feb. 23 at the conclusion of the vote on the initiative to name the CHS gym.
Although other names were mentioned in discussion, Adamson was the only individual nominated for the honor.
“Darold was a CHS teacher, coach and principal from 1957–1984. There have been other coaches, but the longevity is his,” said Sayre.
Sayre commented on the unanimous vote, “We can also do a plaque and place in the gym or other area of the school where we recognize all coaches—past, present and future.”
Among those Sayre thought should be listed is Luana Gakle.
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