Board adopts final budget - Questions the sheriff’s interpretation of the numbers
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors adopted its 2014-15 budget totaling nearly $88 million Sept. 30.
“It’s been a challenging year as you all know,” said Susan Scarlett, the county’s budget consultant, in presenting the document for final adoption.
The new budget contains four fewer positions than last year and uses one-time funding to keep it balanced.
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Trophy returns to Quincy!
The Quincy Trojans varsity football team holds up the homecoming trophy after taking out Portola 24-7 last Friday night. Quincy hands held the trophy for the first time since the Trojans handed it over to Portola in 2011. For complete details on Quincy’s victory, see this week’s Sports and Recreation section. Photo by Marcy Demartile
Burn ban still in effect on state responsibility lands
Cal Fire reminds residents of Lassen, Modoc and Plumas counties that the burn ban is still in effect and there will be no burning allowed in state responsibility areas until weather conditions significantly change. Cal Fire will notify the media and post information at fire.ca.gov/lmu when the burn ban has been lifted.
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It's Autumn in Plumas County - Plan your driving route
This is just a sampling of the fall colors currently being seen in the Quincy area of Plumas County. Use our handy tour planning guide found below for up-to-date Awesome Autumn reports. The entire county is waiting for your visit.
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Property tax bills back on the increase
After several years of lower property tax bills, some Plumas County residents could receive a bit of shock when tax bills arrive this month.
“The people who have seen lower bills are the ones who could see the increase,” Plumas County Assessor Chuck Leonhardt said. “If the economy continues to gain, more will see increases next year.”
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