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From the desk of Mary Rickert Shasta County Supervisor Dist. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We are well into March with spring right around the corner. . Serving as the alternate for the Rural County Rep- resentatives of California (RCRC), I attended virtually their most recent meeting. The State of California had launched a.new program for the distribution of the vaccine for Covid 19 known as “My Turn.” With the increased push back from many counties, it looks as though the state has reconsidered their origi- nal plans to continue with this plan. I am relieved that the state . has listened to the counties and Shasta County should be able to continue with their established vaccine pro- gram. The recently passed stimulus package includes‘ hundreds of millions of dollars for broadband expan- sion, something that would be beneficial for the Inter- mountain Area. The revenue from the stimulus package should be arriving in about 60 days, without involvement from the Governor’s office. , met with the Northern Regional Coordinator for the . California Fire Safe Council, thanks to Bruce Ross, Senator Dahle’s District Director. The long-promised funding for a County Coordi- nator for the newly formed Shasta County Fire Safe Council may well become a reality late this spring. I look forward to getting the Shasta County Fire Safe Council operating and bringing in much needed grant funding to make our county more resilient to devastat- ing wildfires. It was a pleasure to join the Burney Rotary meet- ing last week as a guest speaker. It was great to see many old friends and give them an update on recent county projects and issues. I’m also looking forward to bringing our new CEO, Matt Pontes, to one of the organization’s next in-person meetings. 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Dana, Little Valley, l’ittville. Cayton Valley, and Pondosa. The newspaper is published by Cright lncorimrated. PO. Box 1030. Burney,Crtlif, 96013. Craig Harrington. president and publisher. This newspaper is judged a newspaper of general circulation under court decree #24204. filed April 27. 195‘). and can accept legal advertising. Telephone (530) 7250925. Facsimile (530) 3034528 or 645—1776. USPS No, 266—560. Second class postage paid at Burney. California 960i 3. THE INTERMOUN’I‘AIN NEWS IS A MEMBER OF: 1 WWW! gee: Eaters California Newspaper Publishers Association C A L I F 0 R N l A FIRST AMENDMENT COALITION TO PROMOTE AND DEFEND THE PEOPLE'S RIGHT TO KNOW also came mmmmm mmmmmm THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS 0 MARCH 17, 2021 0 PAGE 3A Burney felon arrested following shot fired vision, an alternative to placing a convicted felon in state prison and where a county agency is responsi- ble for monitoring a felon. Deputies also expect him to be charged as being a felon illegally in posses- sion of a firearm and an outstanding warrant for his arrest in connection with a stolen pickup and elder abuse. St.Clair said Christie was responsible for assault on an elderly man in Burney s 1 500 2333233 on Dec. 30 and stealing his pickup truck that was later found abandoned off of Big Bend Road. The News is a Shasta County legal notice publication ’T’S TALK W MON- FRI 8AM—4PM 530-335-6141 SP1 Burney Divison 36336 HWY 299 E Burney GA. 96013 Stay tuned...to watch the history