The Plumas County District Attorney’s Office is getting out of the courthouse and onto the highway. The office has adopted a portion of Highway 70 that runs from Gansner Airport to Barlow Lane. They have committed to cleaning that stretch of roadway four times a year. It’s all part of Caltrans Adopt-A-Highway program, with individuals and organizations pledging to pick up trash along stretches of the state’s highways.
“On June 8, we cleaned the east side of Highway 70/89 from Gansner Park to the top of the passing lanes,” said District Attorney David Hollister. “I am exceptionally grateful to work with a staff dedicated to serving our community both in the office and out — whether it be finding a way to work in a blizzard when the county is closed, picking up litter on the side of the highway, hosting a community supper, or mentoring high school and college students.”