(PARADISE, CA) – Today, Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R – Richvale) announced three Disaster Recovery Infrastructure Program grants from funds he successfully included in Federal disaster legislation in 2018 and 2019, which were signed into law by President Trump. The funds appropriated were delivered to... Read More.
Congressman LaMalfa Community Project Funding Nominations for FY 2023 (Washington, D.C.) – Today, Congressman LaMalfa (R – Richvale) announced his final list of 15 community projects to be considered for federal priority spending. Last year, Congress created a new process called “Community Project Funding,” which... Read More.
Plumas Board of Supervisors take broadband funding off the docket for use of APRA funds. 1.8 million had been set aside to go towards bolstering broadband across the county, yet Supervisor Greg Hagwood shared that local telecommunication companies are receiving 10s of millions from... Read More.
Plumas County Chamber Coalition gets denied 50,000 dollars from the county for marketing promotions. A split decision by the board shot down the request, where the money could have been allocated from ARPA funds. One proponent of allocating the money Supervisor Hagwood argues that... Read More.
No solutions yet for Leavitt Lake CSD or The Westwood Community Center in fight for funding approval from the Lassen County Board of Supervisors. Three county organizations were battling for the approval of planning funding for projects that they would like to see completed,... Read More.
The US Department of Agriculture wants to help veteran farmers and ranchers with 35 million dollars in funding. The USDA Office of Partnerships and Public Engagement said the funding helps historically underserved groups more fully access and participate in USDA programs and services. These... Read More.
Lassen County Supervisors meet for a second consecutive week. The supervisors will again address the California Community Block Grant program for which three county entities are battling for funding. Leavitt Lake’s backup well is forgoing state closure, leaving the area without a second drinking... Read More.
Plumas County Chambers Coalition asks county supervisors for 50,000 dollars in funding. The coalition’s sole responsibility is to market for the county and change the county’s image in the minds of tourists from the Dixie Fire burn scar into what the much of the... Read More.
East Quincy will begin to see the construction of a new jail, once thought to be realized 5 years ago. In 2017 when Supervisor Hagwood was Sheriff the state granted Plumas County 25 million dollars to build a new jail. Now today that same... Read More.
Three separate county departments battle for grant funding. Health and Social Services are assisting in applying for a community development block grant program. The catch, the county may be liable for repayment of the grant if projects are not completed within 5 years. Three... Read More.