Constituents shocked at general manager’s comments
Tempers were hot at the East Quincy Services District (EQSD) regular board meeting Sept. 12.
Audience members said they were shocked to read general manager David Edwards’ statement in his memo to board members regarding the need for EQSD (as well as Quincy Community Services District) to find a solution for American Valley’s sewage problems.
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Motorcycle collides with bear
Mark Morong, 60, of Ojai, is treated by Indian Valley fire rescue volunteer Josh Miille Saturday afternoon, Sept. 15, after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a bear on Genesse Road, just south of North Valley Road. Morong was traveling southbound about 45 miles-per-hour when a bear ran out in front of him. Morong was ejected from his 2004 BMW motorcycle and sustained minor injuries to his right arm and shoulder. The dead bear is visible about 20 feet to the left of Morong and Miille. Photo by Alicia Knadler
Search continues for missing swimmer
A search for a swimmer who went missing at Lake Almanor on Saturday evening was still taking place Tuesday afternoon, according to the Plumas County Sheriffs Office.
According to a 911 call, a 25-year-old man was reported missing about 6:40 p.m. Saturday after jumping into the water from a boat about 500 yards from Big Cove.
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California fire tax bills can be disputed, refunded
A bill passed along party lines by the Legislature and signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown in July 2011, established a new annual fire prevention fee for building owners within CalFire jurisdiction, known as the State Responsibility Area (SRA).
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CPUD votes to increase ambulance rates
When the Chester Public Utility District board of directors met Tuesday, Sept. 11, it opened the public meeting and immediately entered into closed session.
Upon reconvening the public meeting, acting chairman Gregg Scott advised the audience that the closed session topic regarded work schedule changes requested by fire and ambulance personnel.
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