Director Howard Hughes attended his last East Quincy Services District meeting on the board’s side of the table Nov. 12.
Hughes was appointed in lieu of election in December 2009 and did not file for his seat, which expires this year. He will be replaced by Bill Martin, also appointed in lieu of election. Martin will begin his term Dec. 10 when the board convenes for its next regular meeting.
Five men from Portola were taken to Reno’s Renown Regional Medical Center early Sunday morning, Nov. 24, after their car crashed into a tree at a high speed near Graeagle.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the driver of the Ford Mustang, Gregory Ginochio, 25, was later arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.
Pat Cannon is this year’s “featured artist” at the annual Art & Craft Fair.
The Mohawk Valley Artists’ Guild is getting ready to hold its Holiday Fair at the Graeagle Fire Hall on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29 and 30. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. The after-Thanksgiving event is the most recent in a long line of MVAG fairs designed to feature local artists and raise funds for the support of art in the schools and arts programs in the community.
Joe Waterman is set to begin his duties as general manager for the Chester Public Utility District on Dec. 1. Photo by M. Kate West
After many months of waiting to learn who would be the new general manager of the Chester Public Utility District, director Wes Scott ended the suspense Nov. 12.
Scott said the CPUD board of directors offered the job to director Joe Waterman.
“It was a unanimous decision to offer the position to Joe Waterman,” Scott said. “I’m not happy about this in one respect: he has been a great board member.”
The Portola City Council discussed finances, a new city manager and excessive negative public comments during its Nov. 14 special meeting.
City finance officer, Susan Scarlett, presented a summary of city finances through Oct. 31.
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