The status of the American pika, a furry little critter that resembles a rodent, might soon be on par with that of the iconic spotted owl.
Loggers, hunters, miners, cattlemen and other forest users could be among those affected if this happens.
Randy Pew said he needs a check from the U.S. Forest Service soon or his logging business will perish.
He said he lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in a Forest Service fire sale salvage operation.
The first meeting of the Indian Valley School Closure and Consolidation Committee, or 7-11 Committee, will be held Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 4:30 p.m. in the Greenville High School library.
John Sheehan leaned back in his swivel chair and glanced at reminders of his 20 years as Plumas Corporation executive director.
The photos, awards and mementos stand out in a room littered with boxes.
Portola citizens have until Jan. 11 to comment on the city’s update to its General Plan and the proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) to its environmental review of the changes.
Public review of the EIR documents began Nov. 30 (with comment taken at the Dec. 14 meeting) and will culminate at the public hearing scheduled for the regular meeting of the Portola City Council at 7 p.m. Jan. 11.
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