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Supervisors to hold special meeting in Greenville on April 25

The Plumas County Board of Supervisors is taking the show on the road with a special meeting to be held at a different time and place. The board will meet from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, in Greenville at various locales with the Dixie Fire Collaborative.

The event will include a walking tour, dinner and joint workshop regarding the areas impacted by the Dixie Fire: Greenville, Indian Valley, Canyon Dam, Indian Falls, and Warner Valley in addition to other burn scar areas.

Meeting details are shared below. The public is invited to participate in all of the activities.

4 to 4:30 p.m.

Greenville Walking Tour

Lead by the Dixie Fire Collaborative

Starting Location: Plumas County Sheriff Substation Parcel – 115 SE Ann Street, Greenville

4:30 to 5:15 p.m.

Working dinner

Presentation by the Dixie Fire Collaborative

Location: THE SPOT – 205 Pine Street, Greenville

5:30 to 7 p.m.

Joint workshop

Location: Greenville Elementary School Cafeteria – 225 Grand Street, Greenville

1.   Introductions (5 minutes)

2 .  Pledge of Allegiance

3.  Overview by Facilitator, Debra Lucero, Plumas County Administrative Officer (CAO) (10 minutes)

4.  Re-Cap Presentation by the Dixie Fire Collaborative (5 minutes)

5.  Joint Discussion  of the Plumas County Board of Supervisors and the Dixie Fire Collaborative(55 minutes)

Share Vision for Rebuilding – County and Community Impacts and Needs

  •         Dixie Fire Collaborative Initiatives
  •         County-Owned Properties

Options to Collaboratively Move Forward

6. Public Comment (15 minutes)

7. Adjourn

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