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Holiday Closure
December 18, 2014
Holiday ClosureMost county offices will be closed in observance of the holidays listed in the schedule below.
  • Christmas Day: December 24 and 25, 2014
  • Split Holiday: December 26, 2014
  • Holiday Closure: December 29, 30, 31, 2014
  • New Year's Day: January 1, 2015

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Notice of Public Review
December 15, 2014

A Risk Management Plan (RMP) has been submitted by Wilbur-Ellis-Yuba City Facility, 900 North George Washington Blvd., Yuba City, CA 95993.

The RMP describes programs and controls designed to prevent accidental releases of regulated substances. This RMP will be available for public review for the next 45 days at the Sutter County Development Services Department, 1130 Civic Center Boulevard, Suite A, Yuba City, CA, 95993.

If you need any further information regarding this legal notice, please contact Sukh Sahota at (530) 822-7400.

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Toys for Tots County Building Locations
December 09, 2014
Toys for Tots County Building Locations

The United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program is looking for your help in providing Christmas presents for more than 1,500 youth ages newborn through 14 in Yuba and Sutter counties this holiday season! Toys for Tots has placed 74 boxes at businesses, government offices and schools in both counties.

Seven of the locations are in Sutter County buildings: they are located at: Sutter County Library Barber Branch, 10321 Live Oak Boulevard, Live Oak.

 

The Oswald-Tudor Fire Department at Barry Road and Highway 99 is also a drop off location. For a full list, visit the Toys for Tots website.

Toys, games, sporting goods and books are sought. Here are the main rules. They must be NEW, UNWRAPPED and valued at MORE THAN $10.00. We're collecting gifts now through Christmas Eve...BUT we need your donations as soon as possible as we have lined up lots of kids waiting to have a Merry Christmas!

 
After 32 Years, County Counsel Ronald Erickson Retiring from Sutter County
November 26, 2014
After 32 Years, County Counsel Ronald Erickson Retiring from Sutter County

Ronald S. Erickson, who has worked for 32 years for the County of Sutter, the last 11 as its County Counsel, is retiring effective December 6, 2014.

The Sutter County Board of Supervisors will be presenting Mr. Erickson with a Gold Resolution at its meeting on Tuesday.

After serving as a Captain in the Unites States Army, Military Intelligence Branch in Munich, Germany, Mr. Erickson earned his law degree and post-doctoral degree in taxation and business from McGeorge School of Law.

He began his career with Sutter County as an extra-help attorney, hired in 1982. He was hired as a fulltime Deputy County Counsel in 1983, promoted to Assistant County Counsel in 1987, and was appointed County Counsel in September of 2003.

In addition to leading the staff of the County Counsel’s Office and advising the Board of Supervisors on matters that came before them, Mr. Erickson represented the County in complex land use and California Environmental Quality Act litigation, as well as representing both Sutter County and Yuba County in complicated cable television property tax cases.

 
Both Sutter and Yuba Counties Now Meeting the Fine Particulate Matter Health Standard
November 21, 2014
Both Sutter and Yuba Counties Now Meeting the Fine Particulate Matter Health Standard

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) is redesignating the Yuba City – Marysville area from nonattainment to attainment for the fine particulate matter (PM2.5) national ambient air quality standard. The “Yuba City – Marysville area” includes all of Sutter County and the valley and foothills of Yuba County, the mountain areas of Yuba County already attain the standard. This decision by US EPA signifies that local air quality is improving and is now meeting the health based PM2.5 standard

Fine particulate matter reductions are essential because the tiny particles can penetrate the lungs and cause respiratory and cardiovascular problems, damage to lung tissue, cancer and premature death. Sources of PM2.5 include combustion sources like cars, trucks and engines, and smoke from residential wood stoves and fireplaces, agricultural burning, and wildfires.

“Hard work by local residents and businesses to reduce emissions has resulted in cleaner air for all of us” said Christopher D. Brown AICP Air Pollution Control Officer of the Feather River Air Quality Management District.

Yuba and Sutter county residents can receive email or text air quality forecasts by signing up at www.fraqmd.org. For more information please visit the Air District’s website or call (530) 634-7659.

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