Supervisors approve hiring for district attorney, sheriff
A chorus of “Happy Birthday” opened the Board of Supervisors’ Feb. 10 meeting in honor of Chairman Kevin Goss, but then it became business as usual as the board faced a full morning agenda and an afternoon midyear budget review.
Deputy DA sought
One of the county’s two deputy district attorneys accepted a position in Placer County, and District Attorney David Hollister asked for authorization to replace her.
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Board helps send chamber to travel show; Not all supervisors supported the idea
With a 4-1 vote, the Plumas County Board of Supervisors gave $1,000 to the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce to attend the Travel & Adventure Show in Santa Clara scheduled for last weekend.
Because the money was being taken from the county’s contingency fund, it required a four-fifths vote. Supervisors Kevin Goss, Sherrie Thrall, Lori Simpson and Terry Swofford voted in favor of the allocation Feb. 3 after listening to a presentation by Audrey Ellis, the chamber’s chief executive officer, but Jeff Engel voted against the contribution.
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Safeway will remain Safeway, but changes are in store
Since the Fair Trade Commission gave its approval Jan. 27 for Safeway and Albertsons to merge, many in Plumas County have wondered what is to become of Quincy’s Safeway.
Local shoppers won’t see any changes related to the corporate merger. In regard to how the store looks and operates, however, there are some changes in the works.
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Butterfly Twain forest restoration meeting planned
Interested members of the community are invited to help develop the Butterfly Twain Fuels Reduction and Forest Restoration Project. A meeting on the project is set for Feb. 26 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Plumas County Library conference room, 445 Jackson St. in Quincy.
The Forest Service project, located about 4 miles northwest of Quincy, would reduce the threat of wildfire to nearby homes and wildlife habitat, retain and restore ecological resilience, provide timber harvest opportunities and improve watershed function.
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Artists can enter to win a stay in Black Mountain Lookout
|Visitors to the Black Mountain Lookout on the eastern edge of the Plumas National Forest take in the views. Artists are invited to compete in a juried art show to win a one-week stay in the lookout. Photo by Liz Odell
Plumas Arts is working with the Plumas National Forest on its second annual juried art show and competition.
The Artist in Residence program provides a unique opportunity for one artist to spend one week at the Black Mountain Lookout to draw upon the breathtaking landscapes of the Plumas National Forest for inspiration.
In return, the program asks that the artist donate an original piece of artwork from this experience as well as hold a free workshop or open house for the public.
Plumas Arts will coordinate the application process and hosting a juried art show of works entered at the March show in the Plumas Arts Gallery.
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