DA raises stink about lack of A&D services
District Attorney Jeff Cunan argued that the county was passing up $515,000 per year in alcohol and drug treatment funding from the state and federal governments during the public comment section of the Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, Nov. 9.
He added that Plumas was the only county in California without an A&D program and the people at the state level were “perplexed” by the county’s refusal to appoint a new program administrator and accept the funding.
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Portola schools - One hour delayed start Tuesday
All other schools open and on schedule for Tuesday
Freezing temps tonight, take precautions
11/23/2010 - 6:30 a.m.
The bus barn at Plumas Unified School District called to inform Feather Publishing that all PUSD schools in the Portola area will have a one hour delayed start Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010 due to chain requirements. All other schools in Plumas County are open and starting on time, however some Quincy area routes may be running chains as well.
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Council seat: “Must be present to win”
A newly vacant seat on Portola’s City Council before the votes were even dry on two other seats brought a number of citizens to the regular meeting Nov. 10. Some of them wanted to be considered for the position; some of them wanted to know why the position had not been on the ballot. Sorting it out was a cumbersome process.
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Quincy High Hall-of-Fame team
The 1949 Quincy High School football team, recently inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame, was honored at Quincy’s final regular season game Nov. 5.
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Appeals court upholds Moonlight decision
Effort to protect woodpecker could affect salvage logging
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a district court decision denying an injunction for the Moonlight-Wheeler Fire Recovery and Restoration Project.
The appeals court found “the record shows that the district court correctly applied” legal precedent “in its analysis throughout its thoroughly reasoned opinion.”
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