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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 9A f I General Plan public workshops Chester Monday, Sept. 27 6-8 p.m. Veterans Memorial Hall Qui Tuesday, Sept. 28 1 - 3 p.m. Mineral Building Plumas-Sierra County-Fair- grounds Greenville. Tuesday, Sept. 28 6 - 8:30 p.m. Town/fire hall Graeagle Wednesday, Sept. 29 1-3 p.m. Fire hall ~mton Wednesday, Sept. 29 6 - 8:30 p.m. Vinton Grange Hall General Plan working ture element will refer to important issues, says shops. They will then begin groups are ready to present agricultural issues identi- Shade, are: work on land use maps. An- their draft goals and policies fled in the conservation ele- Water and water qualityother round of workshops is to the fullpublic. Five work- ment or the economic devel- Economic development likely after the first of the ing groups, representing the opment one. Not only doesand sustainabilit year. five districts within.the this approach make the doc- Land use: density; other county, have been working un nt more user friendly, it permissible.uses of agri-How do I learn more? together and separately to helps meet the legal mandate cultural and timber lands The Plumas County Plan- identify goals and policies that the document be inter- . Public health and safety, ning Department maintains for an updated Plumas Coun- nally consistent, particularly fire safe com- a section on its website with ty General Plan. They are now ready for your feed- What do they munities General Plan information. back. mean by "policy"? After introductory materi- Follow this path: countyof- An example would be, al, the upcoming public plurnas.com: Departments G What is a GeneralPlan? "How is the county going to workshops will focus on - Z: Planning Services: A General Plan serves as a address its land use map?" these issues. Plumas County General Plan county's blueprint for han- says Coleen Shade of Design Update. dling growth and develop- Workshop, the consultantsWhat's next? From there you can go as ment. The state of California hired by the county to shep- The working groups will deep as you want: the 667- requires that plans contain herd the General Plan reconvene to go over the page Marin County General seven specified elements, process, public input from the work- Plan, anyone? Counties can ol t to add oth- The county maps certain er pertinent elements, land as "agricultural." What additional uses, like farm stays, could there be for ag land? Policies aim to answer those types of questions. The General Plan working groups and the planning commission have recom- mended that Plumas have an "integrated" plan. That is, related elements will refer- ence one another. For example, the agricul- What have emerged as the most important policy issues? For all districts, the most consoli ion Joshua Sebold Staff Writer jsebold@plumasnews.com The Plumas County Local Agency Formation Commis- sion approved the consolida- tion of the East Quincy Ser- vice District and the Quincy Community Service District into the new American Val- ley Community Services Dis- trict Monday, Sept. 13. The only person present to comment on the topic, other than board members and staff from the two districts, was Supervisor Lori Simp- son. She commended both dis- trict boards and staffs "for fi- nally getting this done. I'm happy for it. You have my blessing." LAFCo will hold a protest hearing on the issue Wednes- day, Oct. 13. Unless a quarter of all cus- tomers in both districts sub- mit written protests by the end of that hearing the con- solidation will go forward. A public notice on the con- solidation in today's issue of the paper explains the proce- dure for submitting a protest. "I was able to clean my house for the first time in nine months." 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