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August 25, 2016 – Calaveras Planning Commission – Part 1

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California Supreme Court Holds Unanimously that the State May Restrict Mining Methods on Federal Lands

Court in People v. Rinehart Upholds State Moratorium on Suction-Dredge Mining  Read More

Events and Reminders

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Public Workshop on Tree Mortality in the Sierra Nevada

August 10 Morning-Amador County Board of Supervisors 810 Court Street, Jackson More information and the agenda The workshop will present information on the extent of tree mortality in the Sierra Nevada. It will include presentations by the Amador County Board of Supervisors, CAL FIRE, and specialists in financial and technical assistance available to private property owners. A field trip will be held to observe mortality and receive instruction on... Read More

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Planning Commission to open land-use map hearings

This is an opportunity for property owners to make a pitch to the commission to change or retain their designations, Read Full Article Here   Visit Calaveras County Planning Website for more information¬†    Read More

Calaveras County board hires Tennessee firm for $9.78 million tree removal job

County won’t have to pay $610,941 as previously thought The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday to approve a time-sensitive, $9.78 million contract to hire Phillips Jordan Inc. to remove thousands of dead and dying trees that threaten public roads in the Butte Fire area. The vote was 4-1, with Supervisor Chris Wright opposed. The board held a special meeting to consider the contract after it had died for lack of a second a... Read More

Planners complete community plan initial review

Land-use element due next for review By Terry Grillo Planning Director Peter Maurer said the approval of the community plans follows months of work with the planning staff and community members. Local plans approved Thursday are for communities in supervisorial District 2, including West Point and Mokelumne Hill, as well as San Andreas and Rancho Calaveras. Absent from consideration by the commission last week were... Read More

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