The Plumas County Board of Supervisors is sending a letter to Bank of America asking that the institution reconsider its decision to completely close its Portola branch.
Board Chairman Terry Swofford said he continues to receive comments from concerned residents who have relied on the bank for years.
The Plumas Board of Supervisors voted to approve a permit for the Emissions Festival to be held May 17 – 19 in Belden — with some stipulations.
There is a 1,250-person limit (including talent and support staff) and festival organizers must ensure that there is adequate sanitation, parking and other services for the three-day outdoor music event.
|A Lockheed P2V airtanker owned by Neptune Aviation makes a retardant drop on a fire on the Angeles National Forest.|
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell announced last Wednesday that the U.S. Forest Service has awarded legacy large airtanker exclusive-use contracts to two companies to provide a total of eight large airtankers to support wildland fire suppression through the 2013 fire season.
The small-town tenacity commonly found in the city of Portola is raining down upon the Bank of America as locals continue to advocate for their closing bank branch.
At the City Council meeting Wednesday, March 27, the council adopted a resolution to send letters to the corporate offices at Bank of America to oppose the closure of the Portola branch.
The longer Plumas County goes without a general plan, the more its planning director, Randy Wilson, worries.
Failure to have an updated general plan leaves the county vulnerable to lawsuits.
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