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12A Wednesday, Jan, 24, 2001 From Page One Feather A draft plan Continued from page I The project includes new Cot inued fTom page 1 water pipelines on Lawrence ground ansportation and a ability to access a variety of and Main stredts, Sullivan communication network to lo- grants and other funding said. cal. state and national disaster sources to help drive down the But, the work, which would relief organizations. costs for district customers, be conducted next year underCAP works closely with the Board member Kim Kraul the proposed plan, could be American Red Cross, Federal agreed the project will be "an complicated by scheduled Cal- Emergency Management interesting sell" to the public, trans road work. Sullivan said the district Agency, Federal Aviation Ad- needs toexplain the urgency of QCSD officials are con- ministration and the U. S. the work to the community, cerned about the timing of two Coast Guard Auxiliary. "We're trying to look out into projects. The CAP also provides emer- the future," he said. The work should have been gency transport of time-sensi- Stanley C. Young, one of the done during the 1998 project, live medical materials, includ- developers of a proposed golf which replaced about 30 per-ing blood and human tissue, in course that would lie inside cent of the water pipelines in situations where other means the district, urged the board to Quincy, primarily along Jack- of transportation are not possi- consider "a global approach" sonStreet, ble. and search for outside funding But, the project focused on to pay for the project, what were seen as the worst In a month, a consultant will pipelines at the time to limit present the district with a fi- the community's costs, QCSD nancial plan for the project, officials said. 20-member team recogn Through agreements with the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Cus- toms Service, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and the U.S. Forest Service, CAP pro- vides aerial reconnaissance, airborne communication sup- port and airlift of law enforce- ment personnel in the counter- drug effort. Martinez said there are more positions available and new members are wanted. "'You don't have to be a Pilot, or even have a desire to fly, to become a CAP member," he said. Photo by Tern Nacar Under the leadership of Commander It. Col. Anthony Martinez, the Civil Air Patrol Feather River Squadron was recently honored for out- standing performance. There are many lions including air briefer and de-briefer, istrations, public relations, dination and more. Since search signs are both mentally demanding, unteers continually rigorous air and ing exercises to proficiency, tinez. Anyone interested the CAP Feather Squadron may call Jol by at 832-5571. QCSD project at a glance The following chart outlines the proposed master plan for needed Quincy Community Services District capi- tal Improvement projects. The plan is only a draft and Is expected to change. ,'.ol,.. 1[ co= ] Water treatment upgrades $258,900 Sewer system upgrades $23,800 ,, Water system upgrades $528,400 Total $811,100 I[ cos, ] Water treatment upgrades $10,400 Sewer system upgrades $455,000 Water system upgrades $466,000 Total $931,400 Project --1[ Cos, ] Water treatment upgrades $669,000 Sewer system upgrades $0 Water system upgrades $179,000 Total $848,000 1' Project Water treatment upgrades II co= ] $22,100 Sewer system upgrades $453,600 Water system upgrades $248,500 Total $724,200 [ Project, II co= I Water treatment upgrades $4 14,400 Sewer system upgrades $60,200 Water system upgrades $204,000 Total $678,600 " Project I1 Cost Water treatment upgrades $102,000 Sewer system upgrades $134,000 Water system upgrades $483,100 Total $719,100 ] I P'J I[ co,, I Water treatment upgrades $140,900 Sewer system upgrades $401,000 Water system upgrades $119,100 Total $661,000 Project I[ 'Cost 1 Water treatment upgrades $528,000 Sewer system upgrades $0 Water system upgrades $139,700 Total $667,700 i,;,, , .... 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