"SPI to partially re-open small-log mill, cuts one large-log shift, net gain in jobs"
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A decade ago, 10 friends shared a vision to preserve the unique beauty of the region— and the Feather River Land Trust was born. With a mere $47 in the bank, the group clearly possessed more conviction than cash. Undeterred by lack of funds however, these 10 individuals continued to volunteer their time to the preservation and restoration of the Feather River watershed.
Plumas County Administrative Officer Jack Ingstad told the Board of Supervisors at a Tuesday, Feb. 9, meeting that he would be recommending a $400,000 general fund reduction at mid-year.
The CAO said he would bring suggestions to the county budget committee, and the full board would hear the ideas resulting from that meeting in March.
The working groups for the general plan update will be meeting in their own districts for the first time next week.
The agendas for the meetings feature discussion of past community visioning discussions on the new general plan along with strengths and weaknesses of the current general plan.
Residents and visitors are invited on an adventure of the senses Saturday, March 27, at the Shanghai Shindig in Greenville.
Renowned Chinese chef Peter Chu of Redding and locally renowned dessert chef Marty Shower will provide adventures for palates.
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