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David Dokimos, one of the owners of Dokimos’ Pharmacy, figures this year was one of the most challenging, and most rewarding. In January, Dokimos’ Pharmacy opened a COVID-19 vaccination clinic, renting the former Ol’ Republic Brewery building beside its Nevada City pharmacy location. A combined effort between family, staff and volunteers, the vaccine clinic operated for several months. “I would say it’s been a very challenging year, but one of the most rewarding years we’ve ever had,” said David Dokimos. Kelly Dokimos agreed, adding that their efforts had involved long hours, “but the most…
For its early involvement with providing COVID vaccinations, Dokimos Pharmacy was honored on Monday by Assembly member Megan Dahle as her district’s Business of the Year. She says public service is a big criteria, when cities and counties are surveyed regarding who is most deserving of the award…
Cynthia Burns, a resident of Greenville, South Carolina, rallied Greenvilles nationwide to support Plumas County’s Greenville in the wake of the Dixie Fire. Burns’ neighbor suggested their community do something to help via the popular social media site NextDoor and Burns took it upon herself to help. During her research, she discovered that 34 Greenvilles are recognized by the United States Census Bureau. Burns reached out to each one to provide the opportunity for their residents to contribute to the GoFundMe fundraiser she created. As donations began to come in, Burns reached out to…
High Fives Foundation is proud to announce it has been selected as a 2021 California Nonprofit of the Year by Assemblymember Megan Dahle (R-Truckee). High Fives is one of more than one hundred nonprofits that will be honored by their state senators and assemblymembers for their tremendous contributions to the communities they serve.  High Fives Non-Profit Foundation focuses on preventing life-changing injuries and provides resources and hope if they happen. It was formed as a way to “pay-it-forward” by the founder, Roy Tuscany, after his own recovery from a spinal cord injury. The…
A Capital Public Radio News Story Showed Newsom Repeatedly Misled the Public and Cut Funding for Wildfire Prevention SACRAMENTO: In response to a disturbing news report Wednesday showing that Gov. Gavin Newsom not only cut funding for wildfire prevention in the wake of the tragic 2018 Camp Fire, but also repeatedly misled the public by dramatically inflating prevention stats, the Assembly Republican Wildfire Working Group issued the following statement: “It's offensive that Governor Newsom ‘misled’ the public about his wildfire prevention efforts and slashed wildfire funding, especially…
SACRAMENTO – On June 3, 2021, Assemblywoman Megan Dahle (R-Bieber) and other Assembly Republicans were successful in stopping legislation advanced by the majority party in Sacramento that would have imposed a costly excise tax on firearms, and several bills proposing more burdensome environmental regulation and red tape on businesses.     “Despite the fact that California is ranked one of the worst states to do business in the nation and we have one of the highest costs of living, the super majority in Sacramento continues to push forward legislation that would make matters worse.” Said Dahle…
State Senator Brian Dahle and Assemblywoman Megan Dahle huddled with a roomful of local community leaders and union representatives in Susanville Thursday, May 6 to discuss the recently announced closure of the California Correctional Center. Megan Dahle said she was concerned about how losing more than 1,000 jobs would trickle down and affect the local economy, including the school districts.
NORTHSTATE AREA, Calif. — Northstate Assemblywoman Megan Dahle has introduced a bill that would require the state Employment Development Department to inform employers in real-time when an unemployment claim has been filed. Currently, employers are notified of claims once a year, often a long time after fraud has occurred. Dahle says AB 980 would cut down on the rampant fraud, like the $11 billion in fraud see last year during the pandemic
“The Governor’s efforts, while appreciated, are quite simply not enough and do not recognize the urgency of the situation. These fires are larger and move faster because of an enormous fuel load in our wildlands. You cannot hire enough firefighters to stop these types of fires that quickly become life-saving missions instead of fire suppression missions,” said Assemblymembers James Gallagher (R-Yuba City), Frank Bigelow (R- O’Neals) and Megan Dahle (R- Bieber) in a joint statement.
The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS extended the federal income tax filing date from April 15, 2021 to May 17, 2021. In response, California has also extended the state’s tax filing and payment deadline to May 17, 2021. “This extension will provide taxpayers with additional time navigate a complicated tax season as we recover from the COVID-19 lockdowns,” said Assemblywoman Megan Dahle. “I hope this extension eliminates some of the stress that often comes with filing your taxes. If you have questions or need assistance, please call my District Office at 530-223-6300.”