Heating oil companies merge while another enters the market
Sierra Energy and Allied Washoe merged last month, leaving portions of Plumas County with just one heating oil provider — but not for long.
Ed Staub & Sons announced last week that it would expand its delivery service in Plumas and Sierra counties beginning Thanksgiving week.
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Heating bill help available for those feeling the cold
Whether you heat with wood, propane, oil or electricity, your household budget could feel the pinch this winter.
People are encouraged to find ways to reduce their heating costs, but some budgets are just too tight to absorb the added expense.
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Others assume CAO duties
Plumas County doesn’t have a county administrative officer, but somebody still has to do the work.
The Board of Supervisors took steps to divvy up some of the CAO’s duties during its Nov. 6 meeting.
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Plumas Corporation talks of layoffs and walking away
Will Plumas Corporation wipe its hands of the county and its multi-million-dollar role in watershed restoration?
The nonprofit organization has channeled tens of millions of dollars into the county over the past 27 years through its work on behalf of the Feather River Coordinated Resource Management group (CRM), a collection of federal, state, county and nonprofit agencies and organizations that cooperate on restoration projects in the Feather River watershed.
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Board votes to send grand jury to training
Though the Plumas County Board of Supervisors balked last month when the grand jury requested a $3,000 transfer for out-of-county travel, the board ultimately approved the expenditure during its Nov. 6 meeting.
About $1,600 will be used to send nine members to a report-writing workshop in Sacramento.
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