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Notice of Public Review
May 20, 2015

A Risk Management Plan (RMP) has been submitted by California Cold Logistics, 700 Jones Street, Yuba City, CA 95991.

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.

Probation Officer Recognized For Saving Man’s Life
May 13, 2015
Probation Officer Recognized For Saving Man’s Life

Sutter County Deputy Probation Officer Kelly Bisby received recognition from the Sutter County Board of Supervisors at their May 12 meeting for his successful efforts to talk a suicidal man down from the railing of a bridge over the Yuba River.

Chief Probation Officer Donna Garcia called Bisby a “phenomenal probation officer” while explaining he was called to the scene on the E Street Bridge by Marysville police on April 16 after trained negotiators were unsuccessful in getting the man to safety after two hours.

When they realized the man was on probation in Sutter County, they called for Bisby, his probation officer, in the hopes he could help.

Bisby talked to the man for 20 minutes before the man climbed from the outside of the railing and into Bisby’s waiting hug.

“Officer Bisby saved a man’s life,” she said.

Board Chairman Ron Sullenger presented Bisby with a Certificate of Recognition. Several members of his family and the Sutter County Probation Department were in attendance to witness the presentation.

Smithsonian’s Journey Stories at Museum
April 28, 2015
Smithsonian’s Journey Stories at Museum

The new Journey Stories exhibit will open at the Community Memorial Museum on Friday, May 8th with an opening reception from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The exhibit is brought to Yuba City through the auspices of the Smithsonian Institution, the Federation of State Humanities Councils, and Exhibit Envoy. The Journey Stories exhibit examines America’s mobility and innate love of adventure and travel, extending from stories of coming to America, to how transportation and migration helped build our nation, how it changed our country and how our mobile world looked to travelers along the way. Throughout our history, Americans have claimed their freedom by asserting their mobility.

Americans are all about going places, and that mobility spurred the development of ever faster modes of travel: trains, cars, boats and airplanes. Because everyone has their own travel stories, the Community Memorial Museum is asking everyone to share their favorite journey story with the Museum. Maybe you recall a family vacation, a first trip on an airplane, or a family story of how your ancestors came to America. From Native Americans to recent immigrants, regardless of our ethnic and racial backgrounds, we all bring something to the history of travel, immigration, and transportation in America. The Museum is accepting your journey story in any format - written by hand, on computer, recorded, or videotaped. The Museum wants to learn about your journey story to help create our community’s Journey Story archive that will remain in the Museum as part of our collective history. Call the Museum at (530) 822-7141 for more information about this project or bring or mail your story to the Museum.

The Journey Stories exhibit will remain at the Museum through June 17th. Admission to the Museum is free. Regular open hours are Wednesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 4:00 p.m. The Community Memorial Museum is located at 1333 Butte House Road in Yuba City.

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