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Water restored to Portola: passes water quality

Diana Jorgenson
Portola Editor
7/29/2010

After eight to 11 city water lines broke in several sections of Portola last Thursday and left many residents without water, city crews rushed between the breakages to restore water service, even though it meant breaks went unresolved at first and water continued to flow.

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Measure B campaign in full swing; first financials filed

Linda Satchwell
Staff Writer
7/28/2010

The Measure B, Cap the Tax, election is heating up, with emotions running high on both sides - understandable given that there is a lot to win ... and a lot to lose for everyone in Plumas Hospital District and beyond.

At one extreme, cap proponents say they fear a hospital tax that could skyrocket and they simply couldn't afford to pay it.

Read more: Measure B campaign in full swing; first financials filed

 

Senator plans mobile office hours in Quincy

Feather Publishing
7/27/2010

A member of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer’s staff will hold mobile office hours Wednesday, July 28, from noon to 2 p.m. in Room 201 of the Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy.

Constituents seeking assistance with matters involving agencies such as the Veterans Administration, Social Security Administration or any other federal agency are encouraged to visit to seek individual casework assistance.

 

Feather River College Board and Foundation Discuss Changes for Dorms

Feather Publishing
7/28/2010

At its regular meeting July 15, the Feather River College Board of Trustees discussed possible changes in the management structure at the Feather River College residence halls.

The Feather River College Foundation operates the residence halls. The trustees understood any changes would require the assent of the college foundation.

Read more: Feather River College Board and Foundation Discuss Changes for Dorms

 

Plumas Charter moves forward with Indian Valley Academy

   At Plumas Charter School’s July board meeting, executive director Janet Wolcott gave an update on the new Indian Valley Academy, which opens in the fall for grades six through eight, and will come under the Plumas Charter umbrella.

Read more: Plumas Charter moves forward with Indian Valley Academy

 

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