Quincy restaurateur remains jailed on sex charge
A prominent Quincy restaurateur has yet to enter a formal plea to a felony count of committing a lewd act on a child.
Patrick Michael Le Coq, owner of Café Le Coq, has been held at the Plumas County Jail since being arrested June 26.
He is expected to enter a “not guilty” plea later this month.
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Local tax measures to appear on November ballot
Plumas County voters will see two local tax measures on their November general election ballots.
The first measure, known as Measure C, would raise the transient occupancy tax (TOT) by 2 percent, from 9 percent to 11 percent. TOT is a bed tax collected by lodging providers.
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Entire CPUD board served with recall notices, general manager to retire
M. Kate West
It was fairly obvious that something was afoot at the June 25 Chester Public Utility District meeting. The first clue: there were members of the public present. As a rule, no one other than the district’s engineer, attorney or the press is in attendance.
Read more: Entire CPUD board served with recall notices, general manager to retire
Committee OKs some, but not all, watershed projects
Indian Valley Editor
A few but not all current watershed restoration projects were approved by the executive committee of the Feather River Coordinated Resource Management group, Plumas Corporation, Wednesday, June 27, in Quincy.
The modern and cost-effective pond-and-plug method took a beating, and only one project using it was approved, with conditions.
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Quincy restaurateur arrested on sex charge
A prominent Quincy businessman is in jail on a charge of committing a sex crime against a child.
Patrick Le Coq, owner of Café Le Coq in Quincy, was arrested Tuesday, June 26, at his home and place of business.
Read more: Quincy restaurateur arrested on sex charge
Local event heats up in Taylorsville
Plumas County’s very own locally grown music festival with an emphasis on solar power marks its 22nd year July 13 and 14. Everyone is invited to come to the Taylorsville Campground, set up camp early, and be part of one of the most entertaining events of the summer — the Solar Cook-Off.
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