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County hires principal planner

Sutter County’s loss is Colusa County’s gain. The Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Sept. 13 welcomed the county’s first principal planner to its...

Colusa fighting to stem blue flight

More than two-thirds of all police officers in the U.S. work in cities with less than 10,000 people, but when law enforcement agencies can’t...

Board of Supervisors make appointment

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Sept. 13 reappointed Ralph Keeley III to the Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board. Keeley will serve...

Governor signs sweeping climate change measures

California on Monday enacted some of the nation’s most aggressive climate change measures in history as Governor Gavin Newsom signed a sweeping package of...

Garamendi’s Peace Corps Reauthorization Act passes House

U.S. Rep. John Garamendi’s bipartisan “Peace Corps Reauthorization Act” (H.R.1456) passed in the House on Tuesday by a vote of 290 to 125. The...

Colusa seeks grant to plan Main Street project

The City of Colusa will apply for a U.S. Department of Transportation Reconnecting Communities Pilot Planning Grant to further the city’s goal to connect...

Fire districts make case for ambulance tax

How long are you willing to wait for an ambulance if you had a medical emergency? That is one of the first questions Colusa County...

Colusa planning Bikes, Brews, and Beats festival

Colusa officials have canceled plans to spend tens of thousands of dollars on another Country in Colusa music festival next month, opting instead to...

County looks to legislature for tax share fix

Colusa County officials are still reeling from learning that their process for apportoning and allocating property taxes from the PG&E power plant in Maxwell...

Colusa to consider capping pot companies

The Colusa City Council last week decided to kick the city’s cannabis ordinance back to the Planning Commission to consider adding teeth to odor...

County agriculture values continue downward

Colusa County’s agriculture production continues to decline amid severe drought conditions, dropping more than $98 million in a single year. Agricultural Commissioner Anastacia Allen on...

Williams to update key elements of general plan

Williams officials are in the process of updating the Safety Element of the city’s General Plan. At the same time, the city plans to create...

County keeps consultant to keep eye on sale taxes

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors last week said the cost of a consultant to analyze sales tax allocations has already paid for itself. A...

Colusa revises Grand Jury response

The Colusa City Council last week decided to follow the recommendation of an ad hoc committee, composed of Council members Greg Ponciano and Denise...

Williams increases fire budget to help mitigate inflation

For the second time in 2022, the Williams City Council voted to increase funding to the Williams Fire Protection District to help mitigate the...

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