The Chester Public Utility District exposed its weaknesses and lack of clarity following the shut down and eventual reinstatement of the Chester Fire department following the discovery of the department’s lapse in insurance coverage. In efforts to restore the district and educate you and... Read More.
Cannabis returns to the City council agenda for today. This is the next step in the process to bring commercial sales of marijuana within city limits. The goal aims to bring new industry to the depreciating local economy. The city planning commission Monday evening... Read More.
You can attend Plumas County Public Health’s virtual forum on COVID 19 today. You will hear from people with public health, from the Plumas unified school district, as well as local medical professionals. You can ask your questions regarding vaccines, the status of COVID... Read More.
Caltrans District 2 completes its draft of it’s Active Transportation Plan for Lassen and Plumas Counties. The plan addresses What it is like to walk or bicycle along the highway systems that serve as many of the county’s main roads. Communities were asked where... Read More.
Lassen County District’s Attorney office along with 44 other counties push forward in their litigation efforts over CDCR’s move to make early release emergency regulations for violent and non violent second offenders permanent. The regulations were set in place in a response to the... Read More.
Lassen County’s Public Health Department has bolstered the county’s ambulatory services. Public Health has been approved to purchase medical work stations and mobile CPR gurneys. The equipment will be dispersed to the four ambulatory services within the county going to the farthest outreaches first... Read More.
Lassen County Supervisors are set to hear from several departments throughout the County tomorrow. Lassen County Public Health will be asking the Supervisors to allow the County Administrator to sign agreements to use COVID grant funding for three equipment purchases to benefit the department.... Read More.
Lassen County Public Health will stop monitoring individual positive COVID cases as well as stopping all quarantine and isolation orders when receiving a positive COVID-19 test. Case investigations and contact tracing will also be limited for the majority of the community so that they... Read More.
The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public comment regarding their participation in the California State Parks Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Program. The 2022/2023 preliminary applications are available for review at http://ohv.parks.ca.gov. The public review period will be March 8th, 2022 through May 2nd, 2022. Questions... Read More.
You will have until May 2nd to place your comments about the Lassen Modoc National forest off highway vehicle grants. The Lassen Ntl Forest is seeking to use funding to improve law enforcement patrols in OHV areas. You comments can be submitted to Adam... Read More.