Mimi Garner cleans up the facade of the PG&E office, which is located in the block of a building that she has listed (the former Pangea's). Photo submitted

Graeagle residents clean up a block of downtown Quincy

Graeagle residents, Marcia Boswell, owner of the Happy Hunting Ground Antiques Shop, and friend Mimi Garner, a longtime eastern Plumas real estate developer and broker, spent a half day cleaning and beautifying a full block of downtown Quincy on Oct. 19.

Garner says she secured a listing on the building at 461 W. Main Street, which was previously occupied by Pangaea’s Restaurant and realized the state of the entry and the sidewalks. The historic 2500 square foot building is now for sale and Garner is seeking a buyer to open a business that can bring life back to downtown and help rejuvenate the local community. Sweeping, picking up garbage, washing windows, eliminating debris, spiderwebs and cigarette butts has this block of downtown looking spiffy.

Pangaea’s, owned by Holly Callahan, has relocated to a building in east Quincy on Hwy 70 in front of Madden Plumbing.


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