The Mountain Messenger

Fair Board Debates Grandstand Acts


(Quincy) For the second time in a single month (a rare occasion) the Plumas-Sierra County Fair Board of Directors reconvened in the Mineral Building to discuss fairtime planning, staffing, and most notably, grandstand entertainment possibilities at this year's county fair.

The meeting saw a changing of the guard at the start, with Directors Kenny Chance and Darlene Buckhout stepping down as President and Vice-President of the Board. Their successors, Directors Cindy Noble and Chris Kennedy respectively, conducted the meeting instead. This meeting began without public comment or any correspondence, so Fair Manager John Steffanic began his manager's report far earlier than usual.

Steffanic informed the Board there will be between two and four emergency assistance trailers from Plumas County taking up residence in an empty corner of the Fairgrounds; these trailers were valuable assets in Indian Valley during the Dixie Fire disaster.

Also, Steffanic said the High Sierra Music F...