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New fire tax question could land on North Auburn voters’ ballots
Monday Dec 19 2011
AUBURN CA - Placer County is moving forward with a possible June 5 vote in North Auburn and Ophir on raising $570,000 annually through higher taxes to maintain current fire protect ...
Placer panel to hear appeals on hazardous vegetation cleanup orders
Friday Nov 04 2011
Owners of brush-choked properties will be able to argue their case to keep their land wild before a new hazardous vegetation management panel set up by Placer County. The panels w ...
Fire chiefs like Placer County weed-cleanup concept, want more details
Tuesday Jul 13 2010
Rural Placer County fire chiefs are giving qualified support to expansion of a hazardous vegetation abatement program to western slope communities. Chief Tony Corado of the South ...
Placer County clout could soon ease 49 Fire-area neighbors’ tall grass fears
Friday Jul 02 2010
Supervisor Jim Holmes says he’s hearing it from people in and around the 49 Fire site in North Auburn about the tall grass that’s growing back on many lots. And in an effort t ...
Non-resident accident fee when Placer Fire rolls wins supes support
Wednesday Apr 07 2010
Placer County Fire will start billing insurers by July for auto-crash call-outs caused by out-of-area drivers. The Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 in support of a plan that is expe ...
Placer County Fire to bill insurers for auto crash call-outs?
Monday Apr 05 2010
Placer County has plans to get a cut of insurance money available when out-of-area motorists cause accidents inside its fire department’s boundaries. Under a proposal to be cons ...
Placer County costs add up for new flu response
Thursday May 14 2009
The new H1N1 flu virus has cost Placer County $116,000, but there’s the possibility that health officials could be sending the bill to the federal government. Dr. Richard Burton ...
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