His mission includes locating new offices in Greenville and Chester to replace current space that he describes as “substandard.”
With almost no discussion, the Plumas Board of Supervisors approved District Attorney David Hollister’s plan to streamline his office.
During the board’s Jan. 14 meeting, Hollister asked the supervisors to approve a number of changes that he said would not only make his office more efficient, but save the county $60,000 in payroll costs.
Cleanup work will soon begin on the half-block of Quincy’s Main Street destroyed by fire Dec. 15, 2013.
Property owners couldn’t proceed with debris removal until an environmental study could be completed.
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