County prepares for roadwork on Oro-Quincy Highway
Delaine FragnoliManaging Editor1/27/2010
County supervisors took a series of steps Tuesday, Jan. 19, in preparation of roadwork on the Oroville-Quincy Highway that will leave a portion of the byway closed for as long as eight weeks.
The highway, also known as Bucks Lake Road/Big Creek Road or Forest Highway 119, runs from Quincy past Bucks Lake and down to Oroville. The work will take place on Big Creek Road.
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Icy roads throughout the area
Emergency crews responded to two separate roll over accidents on Highway 70 in the vicinity of Spring Garden. Motorists are dealing with icy roads throughout the area. Photo by Mike Taborski
SWAT drill today in Quincy
The Plumas County Sheriff's Office has issued the following Training Bulletin:
SPECIAL INFORMATION/TRAINING BULLETIN
On 1/27/2010 The Plumas County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team will be conducting specialized training at 336 West Main St. (Plumas Bank) in Quincy from 1700Hrs. - 2100Hrs. (5:00pm - 9:00pm).
The Plumas County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team would like to take this opportunity to thank Plumas Bank and its employees for allowing us to obtain this valuable training.
Storm conditions trigger emergency declaration for Plumas County
Delain FragnoliManagging Editor1/25/2010
As some Almanor Basin residents approached 48 hours without power, county officials declared a state of emergency late Friday afternoon, Jan. 22. The declaration makes the county eligible for state aid and financial assistance.
Supervisor Sherrie Thrall, who represents the Lake Almanor Basin, said the declaration was due in large part to conditions in Chester, which has been the hardest hit area in Plumas County. Heavy snowfall has toppled trees, which have taken out power lines, crashed through carports and landed on home roofs.
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State mandates raise in Portola sewer costs
Diana JorgensonPortola Editor1/27/2010
The Portola City Council reviewed new requirements in its wastewater discharge permit at its Jan. 13 meeting and found that meeting these requirements will put the sewer fund into a negative balance situation for the first time.
Read more: State mandates raise in Portola sewer costs