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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 7A The California Department "Our goal is to protect the "The Office of Traffic Safety of Transportation has re- lives of the highway workers is pleased to once again part- ceived a $3 million grant as well as drivers and passen- ner with Caltrans on this very from the California Office of gers in work zones," said important safety message," Traffic Safety to continue Caltrans Director Randy said OTS Director Christo- its award-winning highway Iwasaki. "When you see an pher J. Murphy. "You can safety awareness campaign orange cone, that means slow never do enough outreach aimed at preventing colli- down in the work zone." around the message of safety. sions, injuries and deaths in- The Slow for the Cone ZoneIt's all about saving lives." volving highway workers public awareness campaign Several traffic-related de- and motorists in California runs through September partments within the Busi- highway work zones. 2011. The goal is to increase ness, Transportation and The new grant will help driver awareness through Housing Agency have imple- Caltrans further educate public outreach and educa-mented a Strategic Highway California drivers about the tion, with a heavy emphasis Safety Plan that promotes hazards associated with un- on new drivers, such as "Slow for the Cone Zone" by safe driving in or around teenagers. Informational kits increasing work zone safety highway work zones. Since will be lelivered to driver's through increased driver Caltrans launched the Slow education classes throughout awareness in work zones. for the Cone Zone program California. There will be Funding for the grant in 1999, California's work visits to high schools andcomes fromthe California Of- zone collisions, injuries and participation at local commu- rice of Traffic Safety through fatalities have decreased nity events throughout thethe National Highway Traffic significantly, state. Safety Administration. riners plan screening clinic Nor-Cal Shrine Club will other ailments including sco- The clinic is scheduled for host a free screening clinic liosis, dislocated hips, club March 6, from 9 a.m. to lp.m. for children 0-18 years of age feet, cerebral palsy, rickets, at the Shasta Community to determine their eligibility fractures, burn scars, head Health Center, 1035 Placer St. for treatment at the Shrine injuries, sport injuries to inRedding. Hospital. The children will bones, muscles or tendons,For more information be examined by a volunteer, hand, leg or back problems, call Tom Hester at 356-9343 local healthcareprofessional, birthmarks, abnormal skin or e-mail at hesterop3@ The clinic will assess a growths and congenital earsnowcrest.net. variety of orthopedic and deformities. Couple weds Megan Elizabeth McCabe and Staff Sergeant Robert Earl Beach Jr. were married at an intimate ceremony Sept. 19, 2009, at the La Purisima Mission in Lompoc. Robert's godfather and Deputy Commissioner of Civil Marriages Leslie L. Younie Jr. of Paradise, performed the ceremony. The bride graduated from Cabrillo High School, and earned her Associates of Science degree and phar- macy technician license from Santa Barbara Busi- ness College. She is the daughter of Billy and Shelley McCabe of Lompoc. Megan is the manager of Penelope's Teas & Gifts, which is owned by her parents. The bridegroom is a staff sergeant in the United States Air Force since 2000, and is currently stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base. He serves with the power production section, and is Megan Elizabeth McCabe and Robert Earl Beach, Jr. married Sept. 19,.2009 at La Purisima Mission in Lompoc. preparing to serve in Iraq School, Atascadero in 2000. for his fifth tour of duty; one He is the son of Robert E. tour in South Korea, two Beach Sr. and Catherine L. tours in Iraq and one tour in Beach of Quincy. Afghanistan. He graduatedThe couple resides in from Atascadero High Lompoc. PUBLIC NOTICE Water quality notice at increased risk• These people should tion system was found to contain coliform IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUTseek advice about drinking water from their bacteria. We then collected three repeat YOUR DRINKING WATER health care providers. General guidelines samples from the same area on December Este informe contiene informacion muy on ways to lessen the risk of infection by 23, 2009, two of which confirmed the pres- importante sobre su agua potable, microbes are available from EPA's Safe ence of total coliform bacteria. At the same Trad0zcalo o hable con alguien que Io Drinking Water Hotline at 1 (800) 426-4791. time we also-sampled our well sources and enUenda bien.' What Does This Mean? found the evidence that Well 2 was the Tests Showed Coliform Bacteria in the East This is not an emergency. If it were, you source of the bacteria. This well was imme- Quincy CSD Water System would have been notified immediately, diately shut off from the rest of the water Our water system recently violated a drink- Coliform bacteria are generally not harmful distribution system• We continued to sam- ing water standard• Although this incident themselves. Coliforms are bacteria which pie the distribution system over the next was not an emergency, as our customers, are naturally present in the environment two weeks and found that the total coliform you have a right to know what happened and are used as an indicator that other, bacteria were no longer found in the distri- and what we did to correct the situation• potentially-harmful, bacteria may be pre- bution system. All routine sampling of the We routinely monitor for drinking water con- sent• Coliforms were found in more sam- water since has shown the water to be free taminants in the water system• In ples than altowed and this was a waming of of total coliform bacteria. Well 2 will remain December 2009, we collected eight sam- potential problems, off-line until the source of the bacteria has pies from our water system'to test for the Usually, coliform bacteria are a signal that been eliminated and the well consistently presence of coliform bacteria• Three of there may be a problem with our source of produces water which is free of total col- these samples showed the presence of col- supply, storage, or distribution systems, iform bacteria. iform bacteria. The standard is that no more Whenever we detect coliform bacteria in For more information, please contact Mary than one sample per month may show the any sample, we do follow-up testing to see Henrici at 283-2390. presence of coliform bactena, i~ other bacteria of greater concern, such as This notice is 'being provided to you by the What Should You Do? fecal coliform or E. coil, are present:We did East Quincy CSD in compliance with the , You do not need to boil your water or take not find any of these bacteria in our subse- California Domestic Water Quality and other corrective actions. However, if you quent testing, and further testing shows Monitoring Regulations as a means of have specific health concerns, consult your that this problem has been resolved, keeping the public informed. doctor. What Happened? What Was Done? Published FRB People with severely compromised immune A routine bacteriological sample collected Feb. 24, 2010 systems, infants, and some elderly may be on December 22, 2009, from the distribu- 2140 E. Main Street, East Quincy Call Bruce • Repair 283-2235 Plus: ......................................................................................... N ............ ....................... B .......................... "Brings It Down To Earth" Tim V. Jones OuincV (530) 283-3800 (800] 910-DISH P,O. Box 209 State Reg. #E70726 NETWORK. AUTHORIZED RETAILER . ~D~lt~LHom_ ~ ofT.er rec~ulres 24-li~_ ttl ¢~¢~milment ~ credit qu=alfcatlon. If ~ Is terminated before ~ end of ¢ornml~nerd. • ¢ancella~k~l fee of C,= L2L = m c rwm ar • A .t at may •l ly. Offer end= e~lL~l~¢~..l~'~HcB~¢o~lx~y.ted d'l~v~ls ~ ~ are the properly of ~ Box Oft~e. Inc. SHOW"rIME ~ld related ~ are tred~, of Sho~tlme Words will never be able to express the gratitude that we have to all the wonderful people that gave us our house and life back after the devastating fire we had February of last year. First we would like to thank Carley Montgomery, of CDMI Construction, for her total dedication in orchestrating the best team of contractors that anyone could ask for, also for her ability to keep the job running smoothly and within budget. Before we started we had only two requests. First, as our house had been a footprint in the American Valley for over 130 years, we wanted the house to look exactly as it was before it burnt down. With the extraordinary talent of designer Michael Kroeker, who spent countless hours going over pictures, surveying what was left of the old house, and researching at the museum, the exact design of the house was masterfully reproduced. And our second request, if possible, we wanted all those working and supplying materials for the rebuilding to come from Plumas County. We credit the fact that we used almost all local contractors and suppliers and that our house was completed in a year to the day the house burnt down. We were so fortunate to have manager and and his skills talents of so many wonderful people to have thi*s beautiful home Completed in a year. Oran also did most all of the finish work in the house in such a beautiful original farmhouse style, it almost feels as though you stepped back a hundred years. Working alongside Oran was another amazing contractor, JD Blesse. JD was responsible for the ground-up construction of the house. The work that JD our wonderful neighbor, Oran Morrison, as the project contractor of our rebuilding. With his incredible eye for detail, for making the unthinkable happen, he was able to coordinate the did was as much artistic as it was construction, especially in fabricating the design of the roof to the original linesi which was totally custom and very time-consuming. In the end, he was able to capture the exact lines of the house and roof (all four gables). JD and his crew were there every day, from sunrise to sunset, until his job was done. It would be next to impossible to thank each person individually in this letter, but listed below are all the magnificent contractors, suppliers, and businesses that made this project happen. Without their hard work and expertise, we could have never gotten this house done in the time and quality that we have. Every single person listed below did such an outstanding job, they are all undeniably a professional in their own specialty. We would also like to thank all our neighbors and friends in Quincy who have been so supportive over this difficult year, iust by letting us know how much they care. And again, we want to thank the Quincy and Meadow Valley Fire Departments for their skills that saved many of the antiques and pictures we will be bringing into our new home. THANK YOU! CDMI CONSTRUCTION BIG O CONSTRUCTION JD BLESSE CONSTRUCTION Carley Montgomery Oran Morrison ID Blesse LAMBERT CONSTRUCTION VIEIRA CONCRETE & SIERRA WAY DESIGN & DRAFTING Norm Lambert CONSTRUCTION Michael Kroeker Art & Donnie Vieira AAA INSURANCE WATTS UP ELECTRIC Rich McMullen, Stan Cart & JM ELECTRIC Deron Amos Donna Meyers Ioe Moore RBS MASONRY PLUMAS GLASS Richard Scroggin & Randy Gutman Brad & Chantal Ingram D&D ROOFING PLUMAS PAINTING Ron Page Dave & Jessie McKee PAPER DOLLS WILHOLT INTERIOR DESIGN Natheen Nally Stephanie Wilholt FEATHER RIVER MATERIALS Gary Dyrr MOUSER BROTHERS CABINETS Jason Mouser GREG REYMUND DRYWALL Greg Reymund QUINCY HOT SPOT Don & DeeDee Driscoll BUTTERFLY PLUMBING SIRRA CONCRETE Jeff Ellermeyer Tom & Tony Vaglivielo AMERICAN VALLEY HARDWARE PLUMAS CO. BUILDING DEPT. Gary & Mary Volt Entire Staff EAST QUINCY SERVICE DIST. SUBURBAN PROPANE Mary Hendci The Plumas Team SWEET LORRAINE'S TANDE CUSTOM DRAPERIES Gary, Bea, and Staff Lisa Hanna PLUMAS-SIERRA QUINCY MOVING RURAL ELECTRIC Stan Buus Greg Gooddch GRAEAGLE LIGHTING COMPANY Chris Nicholson DURATION PAINTING COMPANY Jim Leonard ALMANOR ENERGY PLUS Monte Stelzriede MOUNTAIN BUILDING SUPPLY The Entire Crew PLUMB EXCELLENCE Marry Stainbrook PLUMAS SANITATION The Entire Crew TOWNE CARPET Tom Sigel PLUMAS BANK All the Ladies at Quincy Branch PG&E Bill Secorcl & Kevin Moore QUINCY PROPERTY MGMT, lan Cooke Greg and Kathy Perkins