Public works needs more space
The Plumas County Department of Public Works will be accepting bids until March 22 for the construction of a two-story addition to the mechanic’s shop at its East Quincy maintenance yard.
The new addition will consist of an office on the first floor, parts storage on the second floor and the remodel of an existing restroom to meet current ADA standards, along with exterior walkways and parking space reconstruction.
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County must act quickly to retain its bus service
Hundreds ride Plumas Transit buses daily and county officials are working to ensure that the service continues.
When Caltrans reviewed Plumas County’s contract with Plumas Rural Services to provide bus service, it found some issues. And now the county must act quickly to retain its state funding for the service.
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Seneca Skilled Nursing Facility faces possible closure
The last few years have been a time of major ups and downs for Seneca Healthcare District, and that is not expected to change anytime soon.
Possibly the most influential struggle is the implementation of Assembly Bill 97, and how it could affect Seneca’s skilled nursing facility (SNF).
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Directors discuss new sewer system, biomass plant
A new sewer system for Greenville and a small state-of-the-art cogeneration plant were just two items discussed by Indian Valley Community Services District directors Wednesday, Feb. 13.
Director Brad Smith, who is on the ad hoc committee for the cogen plant, said it is time to look for investors.
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Rescued horse gets checked by the vet
Lindsey and Megan Jensen
Dr. Morgan, left, stands next to rescue horse Starlet as he talks to members of the American Valley 4-H horse group during a recent visit to the Large Animal Vet Services facility in Chilcoot. The 4-H members took Starlet to Morgan for her first vet check. Photo by Jan Jensen
Starlet, the American Valley 4-H horse project rescue horse, went for her first vet check since being adopted by the group. She went to see Dr. Morgan at Large Animal Vet Services at their facility in Chilcoot. She was a little nervous at first, but calmed down quickly with her human family all around her.
Morgan did a basic exam on Starlet, including vital signs, teeth, coat, feet and conformation. She didn’t like the mouth and teeth exam, making faces after he was done.
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