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Plumas County District Attorney's staff cleaned up a portion of Highway 70 on June 8. From left: Brianna Martin, Nicole Romero, Samantha Rick, Shawn Adams, David Hollister, Ian Thompson and Brian Hagen. Not pictured (due to picking up trash or working in the office) Kathy Green, Stephanie Tanaka, Jessica Beatley, Graham Archer and Sheri Johns. Photo submitted

DA’s office adopts section of Highway 70

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.”

 

 

2 thoughts on “DA’s office adopts section of Highway 70

  • Awesome to see our DA team in action in the community – on top of the amazing job you do day to day! Great leadership and team work. Thanks!

  • We admire the D.A.’s office immensely, not just for their “Adopt a Highway” commitment but for the high-quality work they do on behalf of our criminal justice system. We’re fortunate that David Hollister chose Plumas County as the place where he wanted to ply his trade, and we enjoyed the profile Plumas News did on him a while back.

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