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County receives good audit

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 — Lassen County received a good audit report for the 2012-2013 fiscal year and, according to the outside auditor, it is among the smaller counties that are doing better than others across the state.

Fausto Hinojosa, of Price Page and Company, out of Clovis, presented the audit report at a Tuesday, May 20 meeting of the Lassen County Board of Supervisors.

According to Hinojosa, the county received a clean opinion, which finds the financial statements are presented in accordance with the accounting rules set by the governmental accounting board.

City pays off golf course debt

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 — The city of Susanville will use one-time revenues it will receive this year to pay off some outstanding debts — including money borrowed for the city owned Diamond Mountain Golf Course, payment on the PERS Side Fund Debt Service and a partial funding of the General Fund Reserves.

Mayor Rod DeBoer and councilmembers Brian Wilson, Cheryl McDonald and Nicholas McBride voted to approve the ordinance. Councilmember Lino Callegari voted no.

Susanville man charged with attempted murder

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 — A Susanville man was charged with attempted murder after Susanville Police Department officers responded to an alleged altercation with a firearm at about 12:15 p.m. Friday, May 23 in the area of the 1600 block of Fifth Street.

According to a press release from the police department, two people in the Susanville Grocery Outlet parking lot stopped officers en route to the scene and claimed Jerome Thomas, 21, allegedly fired several shots with a rifle toward their vehicle.

Work wrapping up on the Northwest Gateway Forest Restoration Project at Lassen Volcanic National Park

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 — As warm weather ushers in more visitors to Lassen Volcanic National Park, work is wrapping up on the Northwest Gateway Forest Restoration Project.

"This project has been incredibly successful in reducing fuel loads and restoring health to the forest surrounding Manzanita Lake," said park superintendent Darlene M. Koontz.“We hope to utilize mechanical thinning in other developed areas of the park in the future, the goal of which is to reestablish the forest landscape by restoring a more resilient, diverse forest structure. We thank our visitors for their support and understanding as we finish this beneficial project.”

The contractor will begin the demobilization process Tuesday, May 27 and will work through Friday, May 30.Demobilization will continue Wednesday, June 4, with an anticipated close out of the project on Thursday, June 5.Be aware of trucks moving through the Manzanita Lake area and always maintain a safe distance between yourself and the heavy equipment.

Woman sentenced for first-degree murder

Friday, May 23 — After almost 3-1/2 years, some resolution has come in the murder case of an off-duty Susanville police officer.

On Friday, May 23, Joanna Lynne McElrath, 39, was sentenced to 25-years-to-life in state prison for the premeditated and deliberate first-degree murder of her husband, Robert McElrath. She will also pay restitution including $8,912.89 to the victim’s family.

Visiting Judge John T. Ball also granted McElrath the 1,233 days she has spent in custody since her January 2011 arrest.


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