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Anticipating Gov. Jerry Brown’s May budget revision, expected to be announced May 13, Dr. Ron Taylor, president of Feather River College, presented a declaration of fiscal crisis for the district board of trustees’ approval at its regular meeting Thursday, April 21.
Whether or not to eliminate the protected status of California game refuges is still on the table.
California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) officials were asked to conduct public outreach and then submit a report to the Legislature by Jan. 1.
Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood will be the featured speaker during the May 4 Almanor Tea Party (ATP) meeting in Chester.
The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. in the Chester Memorial Hall.
The Administrative Office of the Courts is considering two parcels for a new courthouse in Quincy. One, a horse pasture at 199 Crescent St. (Highway 70), is not just zoned as a floodplain, it is currently flooded.
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