Williams considers Sacramento route from county transit

Against the wishes of Mayor Charles Bergson, the Williams City Council is taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to the issue of out-of-county...

More work coming to Bridge Street prior to CalTrans rehabilitation project

While the sewer work that snarled Bridge Street traffic over the past few weeks is completed, it was only a precursor to the roadway...

Williams City Council appoints new planning commissioner

A 2013 graduate of Williams High School is stepping into the local political sphere as the newest member of the City of Williams’ planning...

Williams Unified trustee responds to allegations, vows to continue in role

The Williams Unified School Board trustee accused of a number of election code violations and perjury will not be resigning her post, she said...

Sites Reservoir now eligible for $933 million of Prop. 1 funding

On Friday, California Water Commission staff released updated assessments of the public benefits for 10 proposed water storage projects that are seeking bond money,...

Williams City Council forming ad-hoc committee to support local food assistance programs

With what they see as long-term uncertainty surrounding the only two food assistance programs in Williams, the city council voted to form an ad-hoc...

Greenceuticals project gets new location with approval of city council

It appears that Greenceuticals LLC may have a cultivation facility in the City of Colusa after all. After putting out a Request for Proposals for...

Williams to see intersection improvements

  Four intersection improvement projects will soon get underway in Williams.  The Williams City Council is going out to bid on projects to install four new...

County relaxes take home vehicle policy 

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors last week agreed to tweak its vehicle use policy rather than restrict certain law enforcement employees from taking...

Council weighing options after surplus property sale falls through

After push-back from nearby businesses and property owners, Greenceuticals LLC’s cannabis cultivation project – originally planned for the site of the Stokes Building at...

Williams City Council OKs equipment purchase 

With miles of streets and storm drains to maintain, the Williams City Council voted 4-0-1 to dip heavily into the city’s Vehicle Internal Service...

Colusa responds to pot discussion at community meeting

More than 40 people were on hand at last Wednesday’s community cannabis forum in Colusa, the sixth of seven community meetings put on by...

Supes award $2.7 million contract for roadwork

  The Board of Supervisors approved a $2.7 million contract with Knife River Construction for the reconstruction of just under 14 miles of roadway in...

Greenceuticals cannabis cultivation project stalls as council takes no action

  The cannabis cultivation project that was planned for the site of the old Stokes Building on 8th and Main Streets in Colusa has hit...

Stonyford residents say no to legal and illegal pot 

Stonyford residents wake up each morning and go to sleep each night listening to the loud rumble of generators reverberating through the otherwise quiet...

Ballot set for county elected offices 

The names are filed and the field is set for the June 5 primary election in Colusa County. For one office – that of District...

Riverbend Estates developer gets extension on tentative map from Colusa Planning Commission

The tentative map for the controversial housing project proposed for the Riverbend Estates Subdivision in Colusa got a one-year extension during last week’s meeting...

Colusa Planning Commission approves amended DA, tentative map for housing project

The City of Colusa Planning Commission voted 4-0-1 last week to recommend the city council approve amendments to the tentative map and development agreement...

Williams Dollar General now open

Other projects falling into place The Colusa County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the recently-opened Dollar General store in Williams on...

Colusa City Council fills vacancy

In a 3-1 decision last week, the Colusa City Council added a fifth member to its ranks, appointing 25-year-old Josh Hill to fill the...

City Council, staff give general overview on pot projects in Colusa

  A total of seven cannabis-related projects are in various stages of permitting or development, and two are currently operating in the City of Colusa. Painted...

Colusa Planning Commission approves one pot project, denies another after public hearings

The City of Colusa’s Planning Commission asked for more public participation and they got it, as citizens packed the council chambers at Colusa City...

Cannabis workshops underway in county

Colusa County’s first cannabis workshop in Williams last week was exactly what one would expect, given 57 percent of voters in the November 2016...

County to try again with code enforcement 

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors will take another stab at eliminating code violations and public nuisances within the unincorporated areas of the county. The...

State legislators make final pitch for water storage projects 

The California Water Commission last week heard a chorus of state legislators wanting to keep their promise to the voters of Proposition 1 that...

County seeks community input on commercial cannabis 

Months ago, the Board of Supervisors promised to take a slow and measured approach to potentially modifying the County’s ordinance relating to commercial cannabis...

Next year County budget to be a challenge

Colusa County officials said with staffing costs on the rise and revenues expected to drop, departments may have to tighten their belts next year. The...

Colusa planning commission, city council at odds on cannabis

The City of Colusa’s Planning Commission succeeded in temporarily delaying a pair of cannabis-related projects at last Thursday’s meeting, bringing an apparent rift between...

County employees recognized for years of service

On Tuesday, Feb. 6, the Colusa County Board of Supervisors recognized 18 county employees for their years of service to the County. Those recognized...

Legislation introduced to establish framework for cannabis banking

Senator Bob Hertzberg, D-Van Nuys, introduced legislation supported by Board of Equalization member Fiona Ma, CPA to help financial institutions safely conduct transactions with...

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