Water rights holders continue weighing options
Indian Valley Editor
Indian Creek water rights holders bombarded state water officials with questions when they came to Taylorsville Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Many knew it was too late to prevent hundreds and thousands of dollars in charges on their tax bills come December, so the verification of that by the state and the county came as no surprise.
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Plumas Arts buys downtown building
Plumas Arts purchased the historic Capitol Club in downtown Quincy at public auction Thursday, Sept. 22, for $70,500.
“We’re thrilled and rightly a bit scared,” said Roxanne Valladao, executive director of the countywide arts organization, likening the acquisition to buying a house.
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Sheriff takes county concerns on road trip
“I think it’s essential that Plumas County’s situation is made known to people at the state and federal level.”
That statement from Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood pretty much sums up the way he sees his role these days.
Whether it’s sharing ideas with other sheriffs, testifying at congressional hearings or meeting with the governor, Hagwood is spending a lot of time fighting for the county’s causes … outside of the county.
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City loans $348,000 to Eastern Plumas Health Care
Portola’s City Council unanimously voted to loan Eastern Plumas Health Care $348,000 to pay off a loan on a 34-acre parcel adjoining the hospital. The low-interest loan will reduce the hospital’s monthly payments, ultimately easing EPHC’s struggle with cash flow.
Although the loan indicates the city’s willingness to help the hospital, there continues to be much discussion about who can or will develop the property and about the property’s value relative to development.
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County adopts final budget
The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the 2011-12 county budget during its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 20.
After two months of cuts, concessions, changes and number crunching, the final budget was passed with little discussion by the board or members of the public.
“No standing ovation for that one,” Supervisor Robert Meacher said after the vote.
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