FRC trustees to consider classified staffing cuts
At its meeting Tuesday, May 10, the Feather River Community College District Board of Trustees will consider a resolution eliminating a total of 6.75 full time equivalent (FTE) classified staff positions.
According to the resolution, the reasons for the cuts are either workload-related, due to budget constraints, or a combination of the two.
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Indian Valley Community Resource Center a real asset for the community
Two years ago, when the Indian Valley Community Center was still under construction, Dennis Thibeault, executive director of Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center, toured the site and envisioned a partnership between the Indian Valley Recreation and Parks District and the Indian Valley Family Resource Center.
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PG&E customers can delay SmartMeter installation
PG&E customers who have safety or other concerns about SmartMeters can now delay installation.
The company announced April 25 that customers who have not yet received a SmartMeter could temporarily delay the installation of their new meter. PG&E began installing the controversial meters in Plumas County last month.
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Bret Cook named to Plumas Unified School District Board
Greenville attorney Bret Cook is the new Indian Valley representative on the Plumas Unified School District Board. He will be sworn in during the Tuesday, May 10, meeting in Chester.
They’re off to see the wizard
TICKETS SOLD OUT - The Tin Man (David Riley), Dorothy (Claire Kepple), the Scarecrow (Jeff Bryan) and the Lion (Tanner Johns) are ready to skip down the Yellow Brick Road as Feather River College’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” opens tonight at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall Theatre in downtown Quincy.
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DFG lambasted over move to eliminate game refuges
Indian Valley Editor
California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) officials responsible for the move to eliminate state game refuges were lambasted by the public and several state, federal and national groups and agencies.
Out of about 5,000 comments received, more than 90 percent opposed the move that would effectively open the refuges to hunting under state regulations.
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