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12A Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 mm ~=,~.= Feather River Bulletin Butterfly Valley IV Cha ber b uys coz nty pr )perty man busted for " ,, " -- -- " methamnhe amlne-- , Joshua Sabold board the county received the transaction as an opportunity County Administrative Offi- County Counsel Brian Morris, Staff Writer property as a result of the to take a liability and if the cer Jack Ingstad said he sitting in for James ReichleJoshua Sebold movie theater that used to sit chamber wants to they canthought the county shouldwho is out for medical reasons, Staff Writer there collapsing in the make, it into a communitytake this opportunity to sug- agreed there wasn't a conflict The Plumas County Boardstorms of 1993. asset, gest that the chamber allow and explained that the county of Supervisors agreed to sell a He added that the chamber Meacher agreed the countythe museum to join its organi- .13-acre property at 112 Pine St. in Greenville to the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce for $7,000 at a Tuesday, Feb. 9, meeting. County Director of Facility Services Joe Wilson told the Sale ends February 28th wished to build its office on the was getting a better deal than zation, as that department has site and provide public re- the assessment suggested, say- wanted to join for some time. strooms for the downtown area. ing the property would re- Simpson asked if that was a Background materials indi-quire some work, as the foun- conflict of interest because the cated the property was as-dation was a hollow cement county contributed money to sessed at $15,000. bunker that filled with water the chamber. Wilson characterized the and used to flood the theater. Both Ingstad and Acting "Anderson" rectiner SAVES90 THIS AREA'S LARGEST ....... LA-Z-BOY COMFORT FOR ENTIRI HONE! 4 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM: BLACK COFFEE WHEAT Our Best Selling La-Z-Boy Stationary SOFA LOVESEAT featuring thick seat cushions, nail head trim and s899 s849 contrasting pillows ................................................... SAVE*SO SAVE sSO ,,C_h,, ,, al~e Leather recliner NOW !' .... :, '(:'!: : !i La-Z-Boy Smart Looking Living Room covered in long wearing burgundy with four decorator pillows ................................................... was already part of multiple organizations that it also contributed money to at times. Wilson added that he had already mentioned that idea to the chamber and the non- profit had agreed to admit the museum as a member. SAVES90 -? SOFA L~S~T SAVE $50 SAVE $40 Alan Muir, 59, of Butterfly Valley was arrested Wednes- day, Feb. 17, on a charge of manufacturing a controlled substance. A Plumas County Sheriff's Office press release said the county SWAT team and detective unit served a search warrant at 1426 Butterfly Valley Road that morning. The officers allegedly dis- covered a methamphetamine manufacturing operation at that location. The release indicated a De- partment of Justice Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement. unit responded to assist with the recovery of "lab parapherna- lia, glassware and chemicals used in the manufacturing process." The document said psilocy- bin mushrooms, marijuana, several firearms, several items of drug paraphernalia and approximately a quarter- ounce of methamphetamine were also located at the residence. The PCSO said Muir was taken into custody without incident and was booked into the Plumas County Detention Facility, where he is being held on $500,000 bail. 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANvlLLE ~j~ 257-7788 CA LIC 448528 FITNESS, from page 1A The college has initiated discussions with staff at the fitness center and made changes to its course offerings. An example is the new Principles of Performance course offered this spring, which Dr. Bagley said is much more academic in nature, with an instructor, course syllabus and several opportu- nities for evaluation. At their last board meeting, trustees directed Dr. Taylor to terminate the college's cur- rent agreement with the foun- dation regarding the opera- tion of the fitness center. Under the current agree- ment, a six-month notice is re- quired to make any changes to the existing agreement. Dr. Taylor said a termination let- ter would be sent to the foun- dation early this week. Dr. Taylor said a detailed analysis would determine the optimal agreement. "Whether it is an increase in fees, or some decrease in activities offered, Lhere will likely be an adjustment," he said. ::~:i:i"'!~i~,~i: : .~::i~i~ :~: :i;i :~i~,~:~: k~::~::;~%~::: ] ! "Prior to physical therapy I had a lot of lower back pain and it was hard to move around. Now I feel almost 100% better, and I am able to do regular activities." Audrey Baldwin PLUMAS PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT ~ ~j ~ 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 , If it's ing we can' ll find some o can. General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035