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Property Tax Relief Offered For Damages Suffered During Storms

Property Tax Relief Offered For Damages Suffered During Storms

If your property has been damaged by the recent storms and flooding, you may be eligible for property tax relief. In many cases, the damaged property can be reappraised in its current condition, with some taxes refunded to the property owner. Once rebuilt, the property will be reassessed to its…

Fly In A 1929 Airliner This Weekend

Fly In A 1929 Airliner This Weekend

The 1929 airliner in Sacramento this weekend was the height of flying luxury 85 years ago Flying the airliners has not always meant connecting the entire world in a single day. Nor did it mean flight delays, security lines or baggage carousels. At one time, flying to a destination was…

Big Numbers Expected At The 2nd Phillips Station Snow Survey

Big Numbers Expected At The 2nd Phillips Station Snow Survey

The Department of Water Resources (DWR) will host the news media on February 2 for the second manual snow survey at Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada. Frank Gehrke, chief of the California Cooperative Snow Surveys Program, will begin the survey at 11 a.m. just off Highway 50 near Sierra-at-Tahoe…

Explosion During Avalache Patrol Kills Member Of Squaw Valley Ski Patrol

Explosion During Avalache Patrol Kills Member Of Squaw Valley Ski Patrol

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office, FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms are investigating a fatal accident that occurred Tuesday morning at Squaw Valley Ski Resort. North Tahoe Fire is also involved with the investigation. Authorities revealed that the victim, 42-year-old Joe Zuiches of Olympic Valley, was involved in…

U.S. Forest Service Presents: ‘Ski With A Ranger’ At Heavenly

U.S. Forest Service Presents: ‘Ski With A Ranger’ At Heavenly

The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit invites skiers and snowboarders to Ski with a Ranger at Heavenly Mountain Resort every Monday and Friday at 1 p.m. through April 7. Tours last about one hour. Participants must be intermediate level skiers/boarders or above and provide his or her…

Placer Supervisors Declare State Of Emergency

Placer Supervisors Declare State Of Emergency

The Placer County Board of Supervisors has issued a local state of emergency due to damages from the severe storms that hit the Northern California area throughout this month. According to Placer County officials, the storms caused widespread flooding as rain fell at a rate of almost an inch an…

Concerned Neighbors Of Homewood Man Have Worst Fears Confirmed

Concerned Neighbors Of Homewood Man Have Worst Fears Confirmed

Todd Borchardt’s neighbors in Homewood told deputies they were growing concerned about their neighbor who had not been seen in days and had recently been acting strangely. It turns out Borchardt’s neighbors had very good reason to feel the way they did as the Borchardt’s body was discovered under a…

Meddlers Report: 1/24/2017

Meddlers Report:  1/24/2017

At today’s Meddlers meeting Auburn Mayor Matt Spokely began things with the announcement of the city hiring Robert Richardson as the new City Manager. Richardson is also the old City Manager as he held the job for 11 years beginning in 2003 and ending when he decided to forego the…

Auburn City Manager Search Concludes: Robert Richardson Returns From Grass Valley

Auburn City Manager Search Concludes: Robert Richardson Returns From Grass Valley

The Auburn Journal is reporting that Robert Richardson is returning to Auburn to retake the job that he held for 11 years. Auburn’s search for a new City Manager appears to have concluded as Auburn Mayor Matt Spokely announced in a press release that the city will hire current Grass…

500,000 Additional Acre-Feet Of Stored Water In Placer’s Future With Sites Reservoir

500,000 Additional Acre-Feet Of Stored Water In Placer’s Future With Sites Reservoir

Roseville’s City Council and Placer County Water Agency’s (PCWA) Board of Directors this week voted to begin the initial phase of the Sites Reservoir project. It proposes an off stream surface water facility west of the Sacramento River. With this approval, both water agencies will officially invest into the project…