A 2001 Toyota Camry lies in the ditch downstream of the Meadow Valley Spring after 20-year-old driver Alesha Lindsey flipped over on the icy roadway at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 12. According to CHP officer Reese McAllister, Lindsey felt her car start to slip, tapped on the brakes, lost control, overcorrected, hit the embankment and rolled over. Lindsey walked away unscathed, but the seven dozen cookies she had baked for the Enactus-sponsored blood drive that afternoon were destroyed along with the car. Photo by Laura Beaton
Assemblyman Brian Dahle (R-Lassen) recently announced that he has introduced state legislation to address the unique circumstances for allocating certain property taxes within Plumas County.
“Plumas County finds itself in a unique situation with allocating property taxes. I stand ready to work with county leaders and state finance officials to resolve the issue of allocating these property taxes in a fair manner,” said Dahle.
Principal Sue Segura received notification Friday, March 8, that she would not be coming back to work for Plumas Unified School District as principal at Quincy High School.
Plumas District Hospital isn’t required to go through an accreditation process, but it does so anyway.
The process costs tens of thousands of dollars and takes hundreds of employee hours to prepare for inspection, but hospital CEO Doug Lafferty says it’s worth it.
Fair manager John Steffanic reported that the agribusiness idea he presented to the Board of Supervisors last month has received lots of support from many factions of the community.
However, after looking more closely at the grant proposal and the logistics of building a commercial processing plant complex and operating a revenue-producing agribusiness, Steffanic said it is prudent to apply for a study grant first.
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