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Holiday Closure
February 11, 2009
On Monday, February 16th, most county offices will be closed in observance of Washington's Birthday.
New Exhibit at Sutter County Memorial Museum
February 11, 2009
Currently at the Museum is an Art Show exhibit presented by the students of the Art Department of River Valley High School. The show, up through February 20th, highlights the creativity of the many talented art students at the school, and consists of many different art forms. It has been described as both vibrant and energetic. Make time to stop by the Museum and let your imagination soar with some of the most talented young artists in the community.
Sutter County Library Literacy Presents
Black \ African-American History Month

February 09, 2009
Free Celebration Time!
  • Reading
  • Dramatization
  • Singing
Oh! Come And See.

Open to the public, adults & children!

Have A Good Time While Learning About Black\ African-American History

WHEN:

Saturday, February 28, 2009
Starting at 3:00 p.m.

WHERE:

Sutter County Library
750 Forbes Avenue
Yuba City, CA 95991
(530) 822-7272

Oh! Soul Food good for the body and good for the soul

Sutter County Assessor Says There’s No Charge To Appeal Assessments
February 06, 2009
YUBA CITY-A Los Angeles company’s offer to charge Sutter County property owners $179 for something they can do for free has been referred to the District Attorney for possible investigation of criminal wrongdoing.

Mailers, sent on official looking forms and promising to lower property tax bills in Sutter County, are probably a scam, said Sutter County Assessor Mike Strong.

In a letter to District Attorney Carl Adams, Mr. Strong on Friday called the mailers "outrageous" and "highly unethical" and asked the DA to determine if they were also illegal.

The mailers are not affiliated with the county or any government agency in anyway and provide nothing that a property owner cannot already achieve for free.

Guiding Principles Of Sutter County General Plan Process Evident In Three Land Use Alternatives To Be Considered Thursday Night
February 03, 2009
What will Sutter County look like in 2030? If it follows the guiding principles developed for the process of updating of the County’s General Plan, it will continue as a livable place sustained by striking a suitable balance between strong agricultural traditions, natural resource preservation, and economic growth.

On Thursday night, members of the Sutter County Board of Supervisors and the Sutter County Planning Commission will meet to consider three draft alternatives of Sutter County’s future put forth by the General Plan Advisory Committee. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. in the Sutter County Health Department Auditorium, 1445 Veterans Memorial Circle in Yuba City.

The three draft alternatives are:

  1. Retain the land uses adopted in the existing General Plan.
  2. New Growth - Lower Intensity
  3. New Growth - Higher Intensity
To view the staff report, the draft alternatives, and a copy of the Guiding Principles, visit the General Plan Update Project Documents