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College continues repayment plan

Monday, March 23, 2015 — The Lassen Community College Board of Trustees unanimously voted to continue on their current repayment plan.

At the Tuesday, March 10 meeting, superintendent/ president Dr. Marlon Hall presented the board with the option to have a lower annual payment for the existing resolution agreement with the California Community College Chancellor’s Office, which started when the college was in violation.

“It’s a huge financial burden on the district,” said Hall.

In December, the board authorized college administration to enter negotiations to try and lower the $162,047 annual payment, with hopes the funds left over each year could be put toward improving the infrastructure on campus.

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Attendees enjoy A Taste of Beef, A Sip of Wine

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The annual A Taste of Beef, A Sip of Wine draws a crowd to the Elks Lodge, Friday, March 6.
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Commission approves wayfinding document

Monday, March 23, 2015 — The Lassen County Transportation Commission reviewed the vehicular wayfinding project plan during its Monday, March 9 meeting.

A wayfinding plan uses signs, maps and other methods to point out attractions and directions.

The commissioners approved the plan, which will now go to the city council.

The plan, which was first discussed in the summer of 2014, was originally intended to de-clutter the signs on Main Street and point out key attractions. Now, the project is seen as more of a community-branding project.

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Post-secondary readiness program

Sunday, March 22, 2015 — Lassen High School counselors have implemented a new one-stop spot for students to discover their personal skills, career interests and college options.

Naviance, a web-based program, offers students and their families a college and career readiness platform for connecting with academic achievement and post-secondary plans. It has been implemented in other areas including Tahoe, Shasta County and Hollywood.

The program, according to Lassen High School Guidance Counselor Micah Freeman, puts the district ahead of others.

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Master Gardener classes begin March 31

Sunday, March 22, 2015 — To become a UC University of California Master Gardener, a person must participate in a 40- to 50-hour intensive training program consisting of lectures and demonstrations conducted by experts in their fields.

After their training, UC Master Gardeners are qualified to help the public with problems in areas such as weed control; plant problem diagnosis; soils, fertilizers and irrigation; lawn care; and vegetable gardening. Classes are held March 31 through May 16, and will be held on Tuesday afternoons, Thursday evenings and an occasional Saturday.

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