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Howard Levine Honored By Supervisors

The goodbye tour for longtime Grass Valley public official and activist Howard Levine also made a stop at the Nevada County Board of Supervisors meeting earlier this week. Supervisors Board Chairman, Dan Miller, whose district includes the city, presented a Certificate of Recognition for Levine’s four decades of dedicated public service…

click to listen to Dan Miller

Levine, who retired last year, says any cause, including for his beloved town, was worth rallying for, although it wasn’t easy at times and had its ups and downs…

click to listen to Howard Levine

Levine, who said he was moving to Sacramento to be closer to his children and grandchildren, also plans to remain active with the North Star Historic Conservancy, as well as the Margaret Warner Swan Levine gallery, in honor of his late wife.

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