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Placer Transit takes over Lincoln Bus Services

Placer County Transit is scheduled to take over operations of the City of Lincoln’s  fixed-route bus service beginning July 1. Both the Placer County Board of Supervisors and Lincoln City Council approved a transit services agreement Tuesday that provides for the change in operations. The city currently operates a system with two fixed routes Mondays through Fridays...

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Video teleconferencing for Board of Supervisors meetings

The geography of Placer County stretches from the flatlands of western Roseville to the mountains surrounding Lake Tahoe. This presents difficulties for all citizens to participate in local government. When the Placer County Board of Supervisors meets in Auburn today, the meeting will feature something that’s never been done before – video teleconferencing for...

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Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes new Chief Executive Officer

LINCOLN - Mark Luster, President of the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce has announced Julia Jordan, of Grass Valley, has been selected as the Chief Executive Officer for the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, effective March 2nd.   According to Luster, “Following an extensive search, we are very excited about the opportunities we have with Julia...

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University of Warwick Moves Forward on Placer Campus

Placer County, Calif. – The University Development Trust, a non-profit working to develop a world-class university offering in Placer County, today welcomed the news from the University of Warwick that it will move forward with plans to establish a major presence in California. The University of Warwick’s governing Senate and Council, which includes Warwick’s...

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Tahoe National Forest woodcutting permits go on sale today

Woodcutting permits for the Tahoe National Forest (TNF) can be purchased beginning today – February 12, 2015. Permits are valid for the entire Tahoe National Forest; however, the cutting season varies by district. The American River and Yuba River Ranger Districts will allow cutting starting February 12, while the Truckee and Sierraville Ranger Districts...

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Sixth Annual State of the City Address and Breakfast to be held at Sierra College on March 6

City Manager to Share Future Programs and Plans ROCKLIN – Robin McConnell-Trimble, CEO of the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce, recently announced that the Chamber will once again host a State of the City address for the City of Rocklin.  Expected to be another sellout, this annual event attracts local dignitaries, business people and residents...

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Einar Maisch selected as PCWA General Manager

AUBURN — Longtime Placer County Water Agency executive and respected leader in the regional water industry Einar Maisch was named Monday (Feb. 9) as PCWA’s new general manager. Maisch, who has worked with the water agency since 1985 and served as Director of Strategic Affairs since 2000, succeeds retiring PCWA General Manager David A....

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California State Spending Well Above National Average

As reported in the Sacramento Bee: California contains 12.2 percent of the nation’s population but its state government accounted for 13.8 percent of all state spending in the 2012-13 fiscal year, according to a new Census Bureau report. California’s spending on education and highways was, however, below the national averages for those two categories, while...

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Congressman McClintock to host open house for new District Office

Congressman Tom McClintock is hosting an open house for the new District Office, which recently moved from Granite Bay to Roseville. Enjoy coffee and refreshments and meet the Congressman and his staff. For answers to any questions or concerns, please contact the District Office at 916.786.5560. February 9th, 2015 5-7pm 2200A Douglas Blvd., Suite 240...

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Patient at Sacramento hospital has officially tested negative for Ebola

SACRAMENTO – State and local public health and hospital officials have confirmed that the patient transported by specialized ambulance and admitted to UC Davis Medical Center early Thursday who exhibited symptoms consistent with a viral illness including Ebola, and with a history of travel to an Ebola-affected country, has tested negative for the Ebola...

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