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x 8A Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010 Feather River Bulletin isaster prep workshop, planned Are you prepared? What looks like a bunch of junk is actually a 72-hour preparedness pack for post-disaster or crisis needs. County officials and community members are planning a preparedness workshop for families and individuals Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. Still in the planning stages, the mini-conference will cover emergency and disaster pre-planning topics such as food, water, shelter, fuel, communications and more in a series of break-out and general sessions, as well as tabletop information displays by the Red Cross, county health department and others. For more information, contact Warren Grandall at 283-0478. Photo by Mona Hill Ill Ily Joshua Sebold shouldn't approve were two Staff Writer assistant cooks in the senior jsebold@plumasnews.com nutrition program. She explained budget rules The Plumas County Boardonly pertained to positions of Supervisors unanimously that became vacant during approved without incident the current fiscal year, so the staffing requests brought those =one's didn't need ap- by Public Health Director proval for Hall to fill them. Mimi Hall at a meeting Tues- The board also approved day, Dec. 7. exemptions to the 60-day lim- The previous board meet- itation on employing extra ing in mid-November fea- tured a wide-ranging discus- help for positions including sion on the possible explana- senior service cooks and dri- tions for why it took months vers, office staff, nurses and on-call workers. for the items to end up on the board agenda, but the Hall explained the depart- items proceeded in a quick ment does not like to have and straightforward fashion daytime staff do on-cat work this time. because it led to overtime. The board approved the Some of the positions are critical staffing committee's only .grant-funded through the end of the fiscal year so recommendations to ap- prove filling several posi- permanent hires wouldn't tions including nurses, se- make sense. nior services cooks and of- Trumbo said Hall predict- rice staff. " ed a $56,000 savings ht the Human Resources Direc- end of the year, as all the po- tor Gayla Trumbo, who sitions are budgeted and say- chairs the committee, said eral of them have been va- the only positions the board cant more than a month. \ 0 i Merchants Open House ( Tbe perfectspotfor ? Give her a gift that looks and feels beautiful HAIR FACIALS MASSAGE MANICURES PEDICURES Gift Certificate= Available Gifts" Holiday Dicor Party Dresses j Hand Made for the Holiday by Local Greenville and Genesee Artisans J t-...x Hats, Scarves, Mittens, Jams, Jellies and More! Open Thurs, Fri, Sat- llam-6pm [ COUNTRY STYLE FAMILY HAIR CARE 219 Main St., Greenville , Mon-Sat 9am-5pm (later oppts ou~ 284.7279 fl'om Bink, Josh & Friends at 213 Main Street, Greenville, CA 530-28&-733 Open Everyday