Tehama County loses with non-resident dispensary owners – Red Bluff Daily News

Did you know Joseph Paul Souza? I didn’t have the pleasure, but his obituary in the Red Bluff Daily News was the best. He wrote it himself and now I’m sorry we never met. After proclaiming his love for his family, he talked about how they bore witness to his “love for technology, a convertible sports car, and an awesome beard.” Hah. What a cool guy. RIP, Joseph.

And speaking of cool guys, our Tax Collector Parker Hunt gave a presentation at the board of supervisors meeting this week about a terrific new state program to help people who are delinquent on their property taxes. Up to $20,000 in unpaid property tax assistance is available and the funds do not have to be paid back. There are a few eligibility requirements, but it’s easy to find out if you qualify. There is mortgage relief available, too. Visit https://www.co.tehama.ca.us/government/departments/treasurer-tax-collector/ and click on the eligibility link. I wish someone had told me about this before we paid our taxes. Where is time travel when you need it?

The counting of votes from the June 7 primary continues, and the more they count the less chance of any change to the original report. There

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