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Plumas supervisors meet Tuesday: What’s on the agenda

 

The Plumas County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to meet for the last time this month on Tuesday, July 18, at 10 a.m. on the third floor of the county courthouse in Quincy.

The board is poised to hear reports from Social Services, Public Health and the Plumas County Fire Safe Council. Social Services will present the latest trends in public assistance, while Public Health will discuss its Community Health Improvement Plan. The Fire Safe Council will share information on hazardous fuels reduction projects on Forest Service land.

This week’s consent agenda includes contracts totaling more than $500,000 for Behavioral Health, authorizes agreements for Public Health, approves the road’s department request to fill a vacant position, and more.

County Administrative Officer Debra Lucero will ask the supervisors to approve an additional $300,000 for Clifton, Larson & Allen, the firm that is providing CPAs to help the county get its financial house in order. This brings the total to $428,000. The funding comes from the Local Assistance and Tribal Consistency Fund, part of the federal government’s COVID relieve funding through the CARES Act.

The board is also being asked to appoint Dana Krinsky as the interim director of Public Health. Former Public Health Director Dana Loomis has retired.

The next meeting of the board is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 1.

3 thoughts on “Plumas supervisors meet Tuesday: What’s on the agenda

  • How will we know what the Board of Supervisors is up to after Plumas News sunsets on 7/31/23?
    You (Plumas News) are much appreciated and will be sorely missed!

    • Thank you Lin….

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