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City adopts Stage II Water Contingency Plan

Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 — The Susanville City Council implemented its Stage II Water Shortage Contingency Plan as mandated by the State Water Board even though the city is not experiencing the water shortage issues crippling most of the state.

On July 29, the State Water Board ordered all water providers in the state to adopt the stage 2 plans or face a $10,000 per day fine, although, according to the staff report, “the state has granted some leeway to water providers to comply with the regulation immediately, however, the state’s expectation is that water providers move diligently toward implementation of their water shortage contingency plans.

Fire crews responding to vegetation fire

Tuesday, Sept. 2 — Multiple agencies are responding to a vegetation fire with at least one commercial structure reportedly invovled, off of Richmond Road behind Diamond Crest.

A reporter is on scene and the Times will provide more information as it becomes available. 

Smoke is from California fire

Thursday, Aug. 29, 2014 — The hazy and smoky skies in Lassen County are the result of a fire in the Klamath National Forest in California.

The Susanville Interagency Fire Center reports no fires are burning in our area.

Those recreating in or near the river urged to be cautious during higher flows

Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 — Pacific Gas and Electric Company will increase water flows for whitewater recreation in the Rock Creek Reach of the North Fork Feather River in Plumas County during two weekends, the company announced recently.

The Rock Creek Reach is the 8.3-mile portion of the North Fork of the Feather River in the Plumas National Forest between PG&E’s Rock Creek Dam and the Rock Creek Powerhouse near Storrie.

The higher flows will occur from Aug. 30 and 31 and Sept. 27 and 28. Those recreating in or near the river are encouraged to use extra caution during the increased flows. This portion of the river contains Class III, IV and V rapids, which are appropriate only for skilled paddlers. The reach is not appropriate for tubing.

Janesville employees, teachers to see pay increase

Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 — The Janesville Teachers Association and the California School Employees Association Chapter 678 will receive an increase in salaries, although the Lassen County Office of Education did not necessarily approve.

At the Tuesday, Aug. 19 board of trustees meeting, both increases were approved in public hearings.

“While this decision is ultimately yours, it would be our recommendation that the board not approve this increase in cost,” read a letter from Richard DuVarney, County Superintendent of Schools. “… We believe that an increase of costs of any kind would be adverse at this time.”


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