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2A Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014 Feather River Bulletin me Ines Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plumasnews.om Mental Health Director Peter Livingston wants to establish fully staffed mental health clinics, complete with telepsychiatry services, in each of the four major communities in Plumas County. His mission includes locating new offices in Greenville and Chester to replace current space that he describes as "substandard." Livingston presented his plans to the Board of Supervisors on Jan. 14. His presentation included a one-page photocopy of sticky notes that helped him organize his plan, as well as a nine-page typed document that provided the pertinent details. The plan identifies an immediate need for seven additional staff members, as well as a longer-term need for four more. "For over three years the department has been understaffed," Livingston said, explaining that the situation has led to a decrease in the quality, quantity and timeliness of services. In addition to a staffing shortage, Livingston said the other major problem facing his department is a transition to telepsychiatry that was "not well thought out or planned for." "Can you afford this?" Supervisor Terry Swofford asked at the conclusion of the presentation. Livingston said that he had funds available through a variety of sources, and that he hoped those funds could be augmented via collaborative efforts with other departments and programs. In developing a three-year plan for the mental health department, Livingston wants to schedule public meetings that involve the votes to raise music citizens of Plumas County, which he considers a "valuable resource." "Community outreach is a big job," said Jon Kennedy, chairman of the Board of Supervisors. Kennedy also complimented Livingston for what he described as "a pretty good snapshot of what you want to do." Livingston's plans will require about a dozen board actions to implement the changes, including adding staff and increasing salaries. Supervisors Sherrie Thrall and Lori Simpson both said they liked receiving an overview of the mental health department and Livingston's plans for it. Reached for comment after the meeting, Livingston said he thought his presentation was well-received by the supervisors and he would begin moving forward slowly with the agenda items to implement his plans. Laura Beaten property boundaries. Fourth of July. This year staff Writer The proviso was added at the festival dates are July 3 - 6. Ibeaton@plumasnews.com request of Sierra Park developer Les Ellis, who said Pizza Factory fire With the High Sierra Music that last year campers The district decided not to Festival less than six months established themselves right charge Quincy Community away, contract renewals are on against the fence that borders Services District for organizers' and providers' homeowners. Ellis said approximately 230,000 gallons minds, campers tied ropes to the fence of water used by QCSD during The East Quincy Services and threw wash water over it the fire of Dec. 15 that District has leased a plot of Onto homeowners' property, destroyed several downtown land on Lee Road to festival At its Jan. 14 meeting on the businesses. organizers for the same fee of same day, the Plumas County The district added a caveat $2,500 since 2007. The land is Board of Supervisors approved that if QCSD was reimbursed used for overflow camping for a five-year contract withby insurance companies for festivalgoers. HSMF for $75,000 per year. the cost of the water used by At its Jan. 14 board meeting, Festival organizers lease the fire fighters to battle the fire, the EQSD board approved a fairgrounds for two weeks each EQSD should get its fair share. rate hike to $3,000, with a year for the festival. The next board meeting is proviso that campers remain The 24th annual festival is set for Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 6:30 10 feet away from private traditionally held during The p.m. A welcome addition Jeremy Mouser, left, guides the crowning section of the "Welcome to Quincy" sign along with Bryan Plocki as Rob Conover lowers it using his crane truck. Conover designed the sign and numerous other organizations in Quincy and the county donated products, money, time and labor toward the project. Conover said the next steps are to create each organization's individual placard, determine where the placards will be placed and attach them to the sign. Photo by Laura Beaten Masons to host pancake b Quincy's Masonic family across from the library. will be hosting its bimonthly Breakfast runs 7 - 10:30 a.m. Pancake Breakfast on and consists of scrambled Saturday, Feb. 1. eggs, sausage, orange juice, It will be held at the coffee, hot chocolate and Masonic Hall, 70 Harbison St., all-you-can-eat pancakes: { NEWSMAKER Rachel Hatze]l, of Meadow qualify, students must Valley, is among 531 students achieve and maintain a named to the Dean's List at grade-point average of 3.5 or Eastern Oregon University higher on a 4.0 scale while for the 2013 fall term. To completing a minimum of 12 Donations at the door are $6 adults, $3 children under 12 and $5 students with ID. Proceeds go to the scholarship fund and other fraternal purposes. hours of graded coursework for the duration of the term. For more information on the university, visit eou.edu. 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You can join us for the final two on 1/26 and 2/2. $25 for both and proceeds benefit KQNY. 11 a.m. at the Yoga & Wellness Center in the Quincy Shopping Center. b~2SIC t~ For more details, email Jane Steidel at janeyoga50@digitalpath.net or call her at 530-283-3536 Visit the web (www.kqny919.org) for more information 'h Sierra Firearms Instruction Offering CCW Classes for Sierra, Plumas and Lassen Counties As well as Personal Protection Classes and Men's and Ladies' Basic Pistol Courses Next Class Saturday, February 8th NRA Pistol Instructors Curt McBride & Travis Schiavone Call for information and sign up for one of the upcoming classes 530-927-9760 It is your right to protect your home and family. Know how to do it right and be prepared. 18th Annual Lake Davis Saturday, February 15th, 2014 Alternate Storm Out Date: February 22nd Come join fun at beautiful Lake Davis, just 6 miles from Portola, Ca. For more into call 530-836-6811. 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