Thanks for county’s help on phone issue
I want to thank our local government, especially Charles McKee and Dee Murphy on the county counsel, and our district supervisor, Elizabeth Martin.
Today, two public participation hearings conducted by the CPUC will take place at the Penn Valley Fire Station at 2 p.m., then again at 7 p.m. This long-awaited hearing will address our phone issues and the reasonableness of our assigned calling area.
Our local government helped us to walk through the very confusing steps and the legal process. I sincerely appreciate all the time and effort they have spent to assist the people out here in “no man’s land.”
Penguin Swim Club appreciates donors
The Master Penguin Swim Club would like to thank businesses that donated to the Penguin’s pasta dinner.
We especially thank Empire Mine State Historic Park for use of their unique area. The businesses include: Caseywood, Dan Murphy DDS, Holdrege & Kull, Sandra Brown and friends, Natural Selection, Nevada City Elks, Masonic Lodge of Nevada City, KNCO, KMVR, BriarPatch, Truckee Sourdough, SPD, Albertsons, Hedman’s, Java John’s, Suburban Propane, Import Auto Service, Ralphs, Raley’s, Cirino’s, Carl’s Junior, 49er Fire Department, The Union, Charlie’s Angels Cafe, Apple Fare, Marshall’s Pasties, Old Town Cafe, Cousin Jack Pasties, Han’s Pastries, Peter Callaham, and Starbucks.
‘Light Waves’ a local talent showcase
Kudos to the Movement Conspiracy Alliance for an excellent debut concert last week. “Light Waves” showcased a broad range of local talents – both the choreographers (Lovie Bucknell, Tresa Honaker, Marni Marshall, and Marianne Reagan) and the dancers. The show skillfully blended many moods and visions of contemporary dance theater.
It is very exciting to have this group establishing a new venue and resource for both new and experienced dance-makers. Congratulations to all involved! I look forward to the next presentation.
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