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Confusion Abounds: Did Shasta County Jump the Gun, Or is Step-back a Result of the Rodeo?

Did you enjoy a dine-in experience inside your favorite local restaurant over Mother’s Day weekend? Did you walk into a previously closed business and shop directly from a cashier? So happy for you. Unfortunately, much like finding random money in… Continue Reading

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UPDATE: No Dine-in Currently Allowed — Congratulations, Shasta County! Welcome to Stage 2! Eat, Drink and Be Wary

What forbidden activities did you miss most during the nearly seven weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic shut-down? Shopping? Eating out? Getting your car washed? Having your kids attend school? May 11 UPDATE: According to a media briefing this afternoon, restaurants… Continue Reading

Board of Supes 1/07: 2014 Officers; Indigent Health Care Services

The Board of Supervisors met briefly on this first Tuesday of the new year.  The first order of business was to elect officers for 2014.  Supervisor Les Baugh was elected Chairman and Supervisor Leonard Moty elected Vice Chairman, both unanimously.  Supervisor Baugh… Continue Reading

Board of Supes 12/17: General Assistance Program; California Air Resources Board; County Employee Salary Levels; Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy; New Positions in Specialty Courts

This Board meeting included two actions related to health care that signal encouraging changes for Shasta County residents. The Board conducted a “Beilenson hearing”, or public hearing. State law requires that before a county can reduce or eliminate or change medical or health care services to the public, it must Continue Reading

Board of Supes 12/10: Bill of Rights Day; Cattlemen’s Association; Salary Increase for Public Employees

This Board meeting included two actions related to health care that signal encouraging changes for Shasta County residents. The Board conducted a “Beilenson hearing”, or public hearing. State law requires that before a county can reduce or eliminate or change medical or health care services to the public, it must Continue Reading

Board of Supes 12/03: Axing Empty Clinics; In-home Services Wage Changes; Reducing Low Income Housing Vouchers; Housing for Mentally Ill

This Board meeting included two actions related to health care that signal encouraging changes for Shasta County residents. The Board conducted a “Beilenson hearing”, or public hearing. State law requires that before a county can reduce or eliminate or change medical or health care services to the public, it must Continue Reading