What the Portola City Council thought was water under the bridge proved to be an issue of unrest for select citizens of the city. The change in the utility billing policy that was discussed more than a month ago was brought up again when city staff made revisions to the draft utility billing policy.
The Plumas County Board of Supervisors held two public hearings May 21 and then approved a trio of music events slated for this summer.
Two of the music festivals will be held in Belden — “Priceless” and “Sunset Campout.” The third to receive the official stamp of approval is the High Sierra Music Festival.
What would you do if you were told to evacuate your home, gather your pets and livestock and seek shelter? Would you know where to go? Another fire season is fast approaching and many of us are not ready. Are you prepared to ask, “How can I help?” when it happens?
For Eastern Plumas Health Care it’s time to start the bus, and for community members and EPHC advocates it’s time to get on. On June 4, Plumas County residents are invited to attend the We Care for California Day in Sacramento to support Senate Bill 640 and Assembly Bill 900.
Plumas County will remain under an emergency proclamation until all businesses and homeowners have a chance to discover and assess potential damage.
Over $1M in damages has been reported, and over 50 homes in the Lake Almanor basin have been impacted. Broken or toppled chimneys continue to be the most common report, but broken water lines have caused flooding and water damage, decks, porches and windows have been damaged, and at least one structure has shifted off the foundation.
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