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8A Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2001 Tim Byrne and Tony Langston showed the new skills they have picked up through the school year. Mentors, ad- vanced music students, have shared their time with begin- ning musicians and brought them up to a level where many are now involved in the band. Photos by Victoria Metcalf FOR SALE:-SURPLUS-1980-8'x33'CLIFF Water quality notice TRAILER. The Plurnas National Forest is advertising for Enclosure A sale a 1980 Two Axle Cliff Office Trailer BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY PROCEDURAL FAILURE (8'x33'). Attention: Browns Trailer Park Water User. The Sealed Bid Sate will be held Monday, This notification to the public is required by March 12, 2001, at 10:30 am. Completed Bid Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations Packages containing the Bid Amount must be sent to arrive at the Mr. Hough Ranger District, (CCR) which are enforced by the California 39696 SH70, Quincy, CA 95971, Attention Rex Department of Health Services (DHS). This type of notification is required whenever there Fisher, S/C Personal Property Specialist on or is a failure of the State standard that is before the sale date and time stated above to determined by the DHS not to constitute a be considered as valid bids. The successful threat to public health. Its intent is to inform bidder will have ten days (10 days) after award you, the consumer, about your drinking water to remove the trailer, because, if failures of State standards There is no minimum bid amount or bid continue, appropriate improvements to the guarantee required. Bid amounts will be water system or its operation will be required, included with bids and can be submitted as which may financially affect each consumer. If cash, personal checks, business checks, it was determined that the faiture constituted a certified check, bank draft, or money order, possible health hazard, the DHS would have Unsuccessful bids will be returned after the Contracting Ofr~erdetermines the successful required that we provide immediate bidder, notification with information on precautions This trailer has two axk~s, a sink, and many you should take. Browns Trailer Park failed to take and report windows, lt has baen used for a laboratory and the required routine samples for as an office. The t~ has two doors on the bacteriological monitoring of its drinking water right hand side. Thetmiler hasbeen setting on during the month of November 2000, as trailer jacks for considerable time and the tires are weather checked. Their COndition is not specified in Section 64423 of Title 22. The known and may not be serviceable. Bidders bacteriological quality of domestic water is are encouraged to review the tires and the routinely determined by testing for coliform trailer for serviceability before submitting bids. bacteria. Coliform bacteria are indicators of There are no guarantees provided or implied potential contamination and may originate in this sale. Bidders are advised to view the from human, animal, or soil sources. If the trailer before bidding. .coliform standards are met, the water served The trailer is located at the Beckwourth can be considered as being bacteriologically Ranger District Compound. The District sate. If they are not met, drinking the water Compound is on the Mohawk Road, 1/2 mile may not necessarily result in illness, but that west of the SH70 and SH89 junction to possibility exists. Routine sampling is Truckee. It is on the south side of Highway 70, Important to periodically check water quality. south of the railroad tracks. Without routine sampling the water system is unable to detect and promptly respond to a The contact person at the Beckwourth Ranger bacteriological water quality problem. District is Rich Carmichael. Rich can be The drinking water was tested in December reached at (530) 836-2575 and is available 2000, as required, and results indicated that from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m, Monday the water was bacteriologically safe. It is the through Friday. Telephone contact before a intent of Browns Trailer Park to continue to visiting is preferred, test the water on a monthly basis for Bid packages will be available at the ~rth Ranger District Office and at the bacteriological contamination as required by Ptumas National Forest Supervisor's Office at state regulations. Consumers wishing more information should 159 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 95971. contact: For further information on the sale, you can contact Rex Fisher at (530) 283-7612 Nelda Warren at (530) 283-5165 Published in FRB, PR Published in FRB Feb. 28, 2001 Feb. 28, 2001 U.S.D.A. FOREST SERVICE Woodsmoke meeting Plumas National Forest NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Beckwourth Ranger District A public meeting will be held on Thursday, Public Notice March 8 at 5:30 p.m. at the Graeagle Fire Hail The Beckwourth Ranger District is developing to discuss and gather input regarding the a proposal to chip seal 1.8 miles of the 24N10 effects of wood smoke from woodstoves, road, between the intersection of 23N06 and fireplaces, and other wood burning devices on the intersection with the Camp 5 Boat Ramp air quality in the region. Current air quality, road at Lake Davis. Located in T.23N., R13E. health issues, and regional growth t~nds will Sections 3 and 10, Management Area 37 be discussed Comments will also be (Lake Davis). To bring the road up to standard encouraged regarding the Plumas County the existing sub grade would be widened to 30 Board of Supervisor's consideration of an feet (approximately 6-10 feet), for a final chip ordinance which may include: limiting the sealed surface of 22 feet. Currently the road is number of wood burning devices per home, graveled, which can make it difficult to tow requiring fireplaces to meet EPA Phase II boats to the Camp 5 Boat Ramp. Your standards, and county-wide adoption of the comments regarding this proposal would be current American Valley woodstove change- most useful if received before March 31, 2001. out program, For more information, contact Judy Schaber, For further information on the above meeting Assistant Resource Officer, Beckwourth contact: James Graham, Plumas County Ranger District, P.O. Box 7, Btairsden, CA Harming Department (530) 283-6210. 96103. Phone number (530) 836-2575. Published in FRB, PR Published in FRB, PR Feb. 21,28, 2OO1 Fe~. 28, 2001 Public hearing Notice of Public Hearing Amendment of Recorded Map Book 1 of Parcel Maps pages 81 & 82 The Zoning Administrator will hold a public hearing on the following matter on Wednesday, March 14, 2001, in the Courthouse in the Board of Supervisors Chambers, Room 308, 520 Main Street, Quincy, California. 10:00 a.m,: Amendment of Recorded Map; Book I of Parcel Maps Pages 81 & 82. This project entails amendment of the map recorded at Book 1 of Parcel Maps, pages 81 & 82 to remove easement #2, a twenty foot easement on parcel 1, adjacent to lot 11 of Sunnyvale Terrace Subdivision (Book 2 of Record Maps, Page 18). This easement is now wholly within the property that resulted from the merger recorded at book 772 Off~al Records, Plumas County, page 93. This project is at 1966 Chandler Road, Quincy, Assessor's Parcel Number 117-09t-009; Section 8, Township 24 North, Range 10 East, MDB&M For further information on this, contact: Steve Allen at the Plumas County Planning Department, (530) 283-6210, 520 Main Street, Room 121, Quincy, CA 95971. If you challenge the amendment of a recorded map in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Zoning Administrator at, or prior to, the public Published in FRB Fob. 28, 2001 Public Notice deadline: Thursdays, 4 p.m. 283-0800 FAX 283-3952 Summons filed No. 21828 SUMMONS Notice to Defendant (Aviso a Acusado): Kazue Cendjce Keeler. YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF (A Ud. le est.~ demandando): Cathy Castodio. You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after this summons is served on you to file a typewritten response at this court. A letter or phone call will not protect you; your typew~en response must be in proper legal form if you want the court to hear your case. If you do not file your response on time, you may lose the case, end your wages, money and property may be taken without further warning from the court. There are other legal requirements. You may want to call an attorney right away, If you do not know an attorney, you may call an attorney referral service or a legal aid office (listed in the phone book). Despues de que le entreguen esta citacion judicial usted tiene un plazo do 30 DIAS CALENDARIOS para presentar una resTouesta escrita a maquine en esta corte. Una carta una Ilamada telefbnica no le ofrecar8 protecci6n; su raspuesta escrita a mBquina tiene que cumplir con las formalidadas legeles afopiadas si usted qulare que la corte escuche su caso. Si usted no presenta su raspuesta a tiampo, puede berder el caso, y le pueden quitar su salario, su dinero y otras cosas de su propiedad sin aviso adicional pot parte de la code. Existen otros requisitos legaies. Puede que usted quiera Ilamar a un abogado immediatamente. Si no conoce a un abogado, puede Ilamar a un servicio de referencla de abogados o a una oficina de ayuda legal (yea el directorio telefonico). The name and address of the court is: Rumas County Supedor Court, 520 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971. The name, address and telephone number of plaintiffs attorney, or plaintiff without an attorney is: Robert R. Jensen, Esq., 222 California Ave., Reno, NV 89509. (775) 333- 7555. Dated: Dec. 4, 2000 Shed Wed, Clerk, by L Gibson, Deputy Published FRB Feb. 14, 21, 28, March 7, 2001 From left m Jerimy Stephens, they had learned. Charlie Satterfield, Tim Byrne and Tony Langston, as they showed the By Victoria Metcalf Staff Writer Beginning music students at Quincy Jr/Sr High School found they could not only strike up a conversation with advanced band members, but earn their undivided attention in a special Music Mentor Program. In the program, 12 advanced music students and one music instructor were matched up to 15 beginning musicians in an effort to make them become better players in a language they could understand. "We started the Music Men- tor Program in the fall to per- mit beginning students to en- roll in music classes," said Marsha Jamison, music in- structor. The idea was to concentrate on beginning band students, but so many mentors signed up for the program, there were enough volunteers to of- fer assistance to those who were more than just begin- ning their lessons. Most of the sessions were held after school, but some were permitted during school hours, Jamison explained. In a special awards night at Morning Thunder Thursday, Feb. 22, Jamison handed out certificates to students who had shown just how much they have progressed thanks From left, Joe Davis, Daniel Mayo and Derek Villegas received certificates High School music teacher Marsha Jamison. It was a busy evening as she freshments, and handed out awards and special pins to mentors. to their mentors' effort , and Derek Villegas, Shayanna Mentors included their own dedication. Warren, M ichelle Chan and Eck, Lillian Egloff, Jamison also showed her Robert Raquil. ton, Peter Hood, appreciation to the mentorsMore advanced students in- son, Tanner Johns, by passing out golden lyre cluded: Jesse Braley, Ashleigh Kelsch, Adeline pins. DeMartite. Tony Langston, Montgomery, Lind Beginning students includ- Samantha Kelsch, Tim Byrne,ton, Charlie ed: Daniel Mayo, Tony Yorba. Jerimy Stephens and Eva Amber Shelton. Joe Davis, Ryan Nunnink, English. Ashlelgh DeMartile has been learning to play the clarinet, Samantha Kelsch has learned to play the thanks to the guidance of mentor Alice Henton. mentor Tanner Johns decided to help teach her to