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4A Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015 Feather River Bulletin THEATRE, from page 1A SUPERVISORS, from page 1ABoard of Supervisors witham elected to do, and I never one another, I feel you will forget it, I never take it fans will be needed and the budget because our main always have that bond as lightly. I think ALL the noise level in the booth will goal as the board of serving together as the supervisors bring something drop significantly, supervisors is to keep Plumas County Board of to the table, one is not better "The upside is I won't be everything afloat. The jail Supervisors. Supervisor than another or can't be in an incredibly difficult and mental health are also Engel has made contact with replaced by another good environment any more," . priorities, but other things me and I have welcomed citizen willing to step up to Stricker said of the will crop up as well. him, and have offered to the plate and serve. We are conversion to digital. "I help him in his new role. I an elected body of five who might be able to actually The makeup of the board am sure the rest of the Board represent Plumas County watch a movie up there has changed. How do you members have done the and we all work together to now., see that impacting how same thing, make decisions. We all take For Plumas Arts, the new you interact? Terry Swofford: Jeff it very seriously. I look digital system will bring lots Sherrie Thrall: I am Engel will fit right in; he's a forward to 2015, I know there of positive opportunities, dedicated to working withbusinessman and he has had will be challenges, there "This just opens up worlds each of my fellow to deal with budget issues, always are, that is life, how of possibilities," said supervisors to make the best Not one person runs the you deal with them is the Plumas Arts Director decisions we can, based on board -- it's a joint effort -- key to success. the information available at and I feel he will fit inTerry Swofford: I think Roxanne Valladao. the time. We are all elected nicely, we need to get a new jail In addition to films sent to serve the best interests of otherwise we'd have to ship on hard drives from movie the people of Plumas Any other thoughts that them out and pay someone studios, the new digital County. you care to share? to house them. I think system can show Lori Simpson: Sherrie Thrall: I think we need to look into modular high-definition DVDs and Supervisors come and go, as 2015 will be a challenging jails. has the capacity to screen off elected by the people. I feel year. I have been closely computers. This will allow that I can work monitoring revenue and doSee the board in action the theatre to stream live Barbara Stricker kisses the old projector goodbye after cooperatively and not anticipate we will be in a The Board of Supervisors events. Valladao is already showing the Town Hall Theatre's last movie on film, "The respectfully with any newbetter position than last year meets the first three looking to the future of Princess Bride," last week. Installation of the new digital Supervisor (as well as the when it comes to budget. It Tuesdays of the month-- at possibilities, projector and screen are set for completion tomorrow, with current ones) and look will be difficult to meet all 11 a.m. on the first and third "One thing I want to do is the first movie of the new system scheduled to show on forward to working with the conflicting demands Tuesdays, and at 10 a.m. on have a film festival," she Friday night. Photo by James Wilson new District 5 Supervisorplaced on the County. That the second Tuesday. said. "Now that filmmakers Jeff Engel. The Board will said, I have every confidence Its agendas are posted the can give us a copy of their interact with one another as our employees will continue Wednesday before each film on a digital format, it's we always do, we have to; it to provide a high level of meeting on a lot more doable." is our job to do so. The service to the public they Valladao believes the new people who elected us expect have in the past. Meetings can be watched us to work with one another Lori Simpson: I am here live by visiting the same system can help with more and get things done in a to serve the people, get website and are also than just the movie portion positive and respectful things done, get problemsarchived for later viewing. of the theatre, but the live manner. Once you are solved, listen to people and The next meeting is performance aspect as well. elected and serve on the their concerns, that is what I Tuesday, Jan. 13, at 11 a.m. "The theatre will now . hopefully generate more income, which will allow us to upgrade more of the live performance equipment." With the installation of Ann Powers manager. "Co-op members avoid getting ripped off the new digital system staff Writer should be suspicious of calls include comes the end of the asking for payment --Resist pressure to make information." a decision immediately. double-projector system. Be on alert -- scammers Erwin says if a customer --Keep your credit card, One of the old projectors was decommissioned early this posing as Plumas-Sierra receives an incredulous call, checking account and Social week. The theatre plans to Rural Electric Cooperative immediately hang up and Security numbers to hold on to the other employees are calling thecontact PSREC directly toyourself. utility's customers and verify the payment demand--Get all information in projector for possible future demanding an immediate before providing any writing before you agree to use. payment for service, personal information, pay. "How we utilize the old PSREC officials say the PSREC has notified the ---Don't send cash by projector we're keeping con artists are primarilyFederal Trade Commission messenger, overnight mail remains to be seen," said targeting commercial and local law enforcementor money transfer. Valladao. "The reality is, customers, and threaten about the scheme. The co-op --Report any caller who is almost everything we can service disconnection unless also encourages customersrude or abusive, even if you get on film we can get in they buy a prepaid debit to file a complaint with the already sent him or her digital format for cheaper." card or use an online FTC if they receive a money. Installation of the new payment service to pay their questionable call. Co-op customers receiving digital projector and the new bill at once.:: ' The FTC says thousands suspicious calls can contact screen is scheduled to be "ThiS'iS the most .... of people lose money to PSREC at 800,555-2207. For completed tomorrow is the computer-animated through Sunday at 7 p.m. prevalent scam we've seen," telephone scams every year more information on afternoon. Plumas County feature "The Book of Life." each night with a 4 p.m. said Corby Erwin, PSREC -- from a few dollars to their identifying scams, visit the residents will get the chance Valladao called the movie a matinee on Sunday. marketing services life savings. Some tips to FTC website at to see the new system in unique, stunning action Friday, Jan: 9. presentation that will show The first digital movie off the features of the new Plumas Arts chose to showsystem. The movie will show u l " CourTS, OUR Postal Service: USPS (No. 188-550.)Periodicals postage paid at Quincy, CA. II~AC~ ~l Published: Every Wednesday morning by Feather Publishing Co., Inc. HU~,~POS lie el Office Location and hours: 287 Lawrence St.,Quincy, CA 95971. Mailing address: P.O. Box B, Quincy, CA 95971 Office is open Mon. through Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. W/AVOCADOS ~, How to contact us: All departments: (530) 283-0800. CHORIZO (OPTIONAL) FAX: (530) 283-3952. 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