Biomass project breaks ground

Work on the new biomass boiler for the Plumas County Health and Human Services building in Quincy begins Aug. 10, with the symbolic shovelful of dirt. From left: Dony Sawchuk, the county’s director of facility services; Camille Sweezy, project manager, Sierra Institute; Lori Simpson, Supervisor District 4; and Randy Wilson, county planning director. Work continued last week with brush clearing and site preparation. Photo submitted