The Indian Valley Innovation Hub looks to transition from a non-profit to a for-profit entity. What began as an idea of Plumas county fair manager John Steffanic to spur economic growth for the fire devastated communities of Greenville and the surrounding areas are becoming something bigger. With two successful meetings already held the idea to make the hub something bigger is in the works through the efforts of a formation committee. They will be making that decision on whether or not to make the innovation hub a for-profit and get the hub off and running. The Plumas county fair has been the hub’s main funding with the use of money made as a fire camp through the Dixie Fire. The committee has made a goal of 60 days to make a decision and establish a board of directors. A decision and the formation committee’s findings are expected to be announced this summer.
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