Future pond-and-plug projects unlikely in Indian Valley
Miriam S. Cody
An article last week briefly discussed pond-and-plug streambed restoration projects in Indian Valley, and the controversy surrounding them. Due to the conflicting opinions on these projects, Plumas Corporation has stopped restoring streams in the Indian Creek watershed, said Chief Operations Officer Jim Wilcox.
This is not because of a lack of success, he said. Plumas Corporation is still monitoring streambed restoration projects on the Feather River watershed, but the Plumas County Board of Supervisors pulled the funding for the most recent project, Last Chance II, in November 2013.
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County and Forest Service work together on jobs program
An agreement between Plumas County and the U.S. Forest Service could provide 270 local jobs during the next few years.
Supervisors Kevin Goss and Sherrie Thrall have been working with representatives of the U.S. Forest Service on a memorandum of understanding between the two organizations.
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Nakoma’s new hotel and marketplace set to open for summer tourism
Ann PowersStaff Writer
|The Marketplace at Nakoma, pictured in this design by Reno architecture firm Cathexes, is set to open this summer. Image courtesy Cathexes Architecture
Nakoma Golf Resort and Spa plans to add a new 42-room, 23,701-square-foot hotel to its vacation destination amenities in time for the 2015 summer tourist season, according to Schomac Group Inc., the resort’s owners and area developers.
J&S Custom Homes crews are on site building The Lodge at Nakoma just off A15 on Village Trail in Clio, situated on the eighth green of the resort’s golf course, The Dragon. Adjacent to the hotel, plans also call for an 8,024-square-foot mixed-use building called The Marketplace at Nakoma.
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Hospital retains leadership team; November’s bottom line not good
The Plumas District Hospital board of directors is keeping its leadership team in place, with Bill Wickman continuing as president and Kathy Price as secretary.
Wickman has already served two years as board president, but during the Jan. 8 meeting, his fellow directors unanimously elected him to an additional term.
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Arrest made in Portola/Lake Davis burglaries
|Jennifer Hall, 28, of Portola, is arrested Jan. 8 in connection with a series of local robberies. Photo courtesy Plumas County Sheriff’s Office
A woman was arrested last week in connection with a rash of burglaries in the Lake Davis and Portola areas, according to the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office.
Detectives said Jennifer Michelle Hall, 28, was taken into custody Jan. 8 at 297 W. Spruce St. in Portola. She’s charged with possession of stolen property. She was scheduled to be arraigned Monday, Jan. 12, in Plumas County Superior Court.
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