East Quincy Service District expenditures questioned
An East Quincy Services District customer presented a letter to the board expressing her dissatisfaction with how EQSD is spending its customer’s money.
Kathy Felker read and distributed a letter, during the board’s Tuesday, Oct. 9 meeting, itemizing $287.91 in expenditures for items such as candy, soda, popsicles and sunblock.
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Early morning fire damages Quincy home
A fire broke out Monday, Oct. 15, about 4 a.m. at an Alder Court home in Quincy.
The fire destroyed a storage shed and garage and did extensive damage to the kitchen and dining area of Bryan and Brenda Roccucci’s home.
Unconfirmed reports indicate the fire most likely started in the storage shed behind the Roccucci home.
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Sheriff withdraws restructuring plan
There will be no layoffs, demotions or restructuring in the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office.
Sheriff Greg Hagwood and Supervisor Jon Kennedy delivered the news in a joint announcement at the Feather Publishing offices in Quincy on Thursday.
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Body found in Lake Almanor is likely missing swimmer
Authorities move a body that was found floating in Lake Almanor Wednesday afternoon.
Photo by Samantha Hawthorne
Authorities have recovered the body of a man believed to have drowned in Lake Almanor last month.
Plumas County Assistant Sheriff Gerry Hendrick said “we are 99 percent certain” that a body found floating in the lake Wednesday afternoon is that of Logan Merriweather.
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Sheriff blasts board on cuts
Sheriff wants to restructure department in wake of budget cuts
Hagwood says cuts to his department are larger than supervisors are reporting
The Plumas County sheriff said budget cuts will force him to lay off and demote employees.
The county’s Board of Supervisors said the sheriff is free to restructure his department however he chooses — but don’t blame it on budget cuts. The board maintained the sheriff’s department has enough money to get the job done.
Sheriff Greg Hagwood was scheduled to ask the board to approve his restructuring plan at its Tuesday, Oct. 9, meeting.
Hagwood’s request was expected to spark more debate over interpretations of the sheriff’s department’s “complicated” funding sources.
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