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6A Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 Feather River Bulletin # ! Plumas County Supervisor Terry Swofford, Plumas County Sheriff's Office Citizens Committee member Trent Saxon, Supervisor Lori Simpson and Citizens Committee member Brenda Lantow toured the jail Monday, Feb. 8. The Citizens Committee gave its first quarterly report to the Board of Supervisors the following day. Photo by Joshua Sebold II, Local governments and busi- ries and develop climate ac- nesses in 14 Sierra Nevada tion plans to help the state counties, including Plumas, meet its AB32 emission reduc- will have new access to cutting tion goals. The program takes edge, energy-efficient technolo- a comprehensive approach to gy through a new collabora- the region's energy needs. tion between Sierra Business "We aren't just dropping in Council and Pacific Gas and light bulbs," explained pro- Electric Company. gram manager Betony Jones. From 2010-2012, Sierra Busi- "We are looking for deep, long- ness Council, a non-profit or- term savkngs, and we are devel- ganization based in Truckee, oping the local workforce ca- will offer free energy audits pacity to provide clean energy and low-cost retrofits to corn- services far into the future." mercial PG&E customers in The Sierra Nevada Energy the Sierra Nevada through a Watch program is funded by new program called the Sier- California utility ratepayers ra Nevada Energy Watch. under the auspices of the Call- "During this tough econom- fornia Public Utilities Com, ic downturn, we are excited to mission. It offers services for be able to support our local municipal, special district and businesses and governments non-profit facilities as well as by offering cost-cutting, ener- small and medium businesses gy-efficiency services," said throughout the PG&E service Steven Frisch, president of the area from Lassen to Mar.iposa Sierra Business Council. "This counties. Those interested in project embodies our long- participating in the program standing mission of demon- or learning more should con- strating that environmental tact Sierra Business Council quality and economic prosper- at 582-4800. ity are compatible goals." For more information In addition to offering ener- about the Sierra Nevada En- gy-efficiency services and ergy Watch Program and to products, the program will see tips on saving energy at help local governments con- home and the workplace, visit duct greenhouse gas invento- sbcouncil.org/energywatch. ad more NASCAR WIDOWS SPECIAL for February and March Tired o a(( that Nasear Rumble home? Come pamper yourself with a relaxin9 manicure or pedicure! Call 2-3 days in advance - Sundays only! 283-5284 2176 E. Main St, Quincy OFFER ENDS SOON, CALL TODAYI PIumas Residential Commercial i 00 % Sali~t'aclion (;uaranteed 24-1hmr Emergency Service I Ave Al|~;~verill~ 283-1605 PUJM:BI~G ~ ~C. www.maddcnplumbing.com 5h'rvin.q Ira." ('om/i~rt ,Yeed~ Since 1976 CA IAc. #405 176 YOUR LOCAL D~SHNEI~fORK CONNECTION SERVING OUR COMMUNWrY 81NCE lfNl@ 1-800-434-7428 530-284-1701 530-257-5767 N E T W ,0 R K, Your dish network consultants AUTHORIZED RETAILER Visit us online at: www.p!umesdish.com Need help ING L ill find io can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lie. #453927 (530) 283-2035 Elks h Quincy Elks 1884 will havemust be purchased by Feb. its annual Crab Feed Satur- 22. Tickets are available day, Feb. 27, at the Elks from Carey Candy Co., For- Lodge. Doors open at 5 p.m., est Stationers, Plumas with dinner served family Glass, State Farm Insur- style at 6 p.m. ance and Elk officers & Advance ticket sale only. trustees. Adults are $30; children 12 For more information call and under are $15. Tickets283-4417or394-6019. Everyone is invited to kick up their heels and have some fun! S5/class Saturday evenings 7pm at Feather River Grange 55 Main St., Quincy Monday evenings 7pro @ Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Rd., Quincy For more information, contact Sara @ 283-0930