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6A Wednesday, March 5, 2014 Peather River Bulletin r Amy Carey serves chocolate-drizzled jalapefio potato chips to a colorful crowd of KQNY Plumas Community Radio supporters during an evening of wine paired with chocolate at Carey Candy Co. on Feb. 27. More than 80 supporters braved the rain to imbibe and socialize. Dane Browning of the Feather River College rodeo team played guitar and sang while supporters peruseclthe abundant wares offered by Carey Candy. A donation of $10 helped support KQNY and each supporter was offered 15 percent off their meal at Moon's in this collaborative, eclectic event. Photo by Lisa Kelly Your Collision Repair Professionals Serving Plumas County for more than 25+ years Our goal at HI-TECH is to continue to provide our customers with not only the best quality collision repairs, from Body and Paint, to F~ame, Suspension, and Mechanical repairs, but to make the repair process as easy and stress free as possible. By handling all paperwork and dealing with insurance companies..to repairing your r. I vehicle to pre-accident condition with a lifetime guarantee for as long as /| I you own your vehicle..to giving you the best customer service and peace I~I ............. of mind our customers deserve ar~ have come to expect from us. [i ........... -I 1229 Industrial Way, Quincy hitechframe@yahoo.com Ill Community sets up fundraising venues Carolyn Shipp Staff Writer cshipp@plu masnews.com The friends and family of 30-year-old Joe Parrish were left devastated after a tree-falling accident claimed his life the morning of Friday, Feb. 21. The owner of Vintage Gardens just recently took over his father, Don Parrish's, business after Don's death in July 2013. Parrish said in a Profile in Business, published in Feb. 19 Feather River Publishing newspapers, that he was trying to keep the nursery open to honor his father, but he had quickly made the business his own project that he wanted to see thrive. Parrish went tree Cutting to collect wood for the nursery's firewood business a few days after the article came out. He was out with a friend near A15 and the tree fell the wrong way, crushing Parrish. Parrish's memorial service will be March 15 at 2 p.m. at the Veterans Hall in Portola. There will be a benefit dinner for him at the Log Cabin on March 9 at 5 p.m. It will be a tri-tip meal and a silent auction. All proceeds will go toward Anna Parrish, Joe's mother, and to Joe's memorial. The community has an Opportunity to remember Vintage Gardens owner Joe Parrish, who died in a tree-falling accident Feb. 21, at a memorial service and benefit dinner in his honor. Photo by Carolyn Shipp Katie Money, daughter of and anyo ]e who would like the Log Cabin owner, said to make a donation can put she felt the generosity of the in Anna Parrish's name. community when her dad The Log Cabin is looking had a stroke a few years ago, for silent auction items; so putting on a benefit anyone interested in dinner "seemed like the donating can contact right thing to do." Morley at 414-5135 or the There is also a memorial Log Cabin at 832-4400. fund set up at Plumas Bank, Locall .Qwned & Operated 65 East Sierra Ave, Portola 530-832-1252 : No delivery fees, statement fees, or hidden costs No Games or Gimmicks .... Just Gas, at a resonable price PUBLIC NOTICES Inspection project Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative will be conducting inspections of its facilities throughout 2014. Specific vegetation man- agement projects planned within the tim- bered portions of its service area include but are not limited to, Chandler Road, the Cromberg area, Spring Garden area, Graeagle, and Calpine. We will also be inspecting for trees and other vegetation in proximity to the power lines as required by the California Public Resource Code Section 4293. Trees that come in contact with power lines are a major cause of outages on our system. PSREC strives to strike a healthy balance between our appreciation for trees and our obligation to provide safe, reliable electric service. Through our tree trimming program, we redirect tree growth away from power lines and remove any damaged or diseased trees so we can limit potential damage to the power lines which could be caused by extreme weather conditions. If a tree grows too fast or if its proximity to power lines is a threat to our electric system, our experts will trim the growth away from our equipment. Our vegetation management is conducted following best management prac- tices defined in ANSI A300 Part 7 (ANSI 2012) and the ISA companion publication to the ANSI A300 Standards (ISA 2007). Currently PSREC is doing a comprehensive mapping/inspection project that encompass- es the entire service area. These inspec- tions are part of our ongoing work to provide our members with safe, reliable electric ser- vice. We will be inspecting electrical equip- ment as required by California General Orders 95 and 128 and determining the location and condition of our infrastructure. PSREC personnel require ~cess to all of its facilities including meters. PSREC employ- ees will have company ID with them. Published FRB, PR Feb. 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 2014l Notice of Decision to Replace PG&E Poles Plumas National Forest Service, Mt. Hough Ranger District Plumas County, California As the Responsible Official, Mount Hough Acting District Ranger Joe Smailes signed two Decision Memos on February 7, 2014, approving the replacement of several PG&E powerline poles. The decisions include the replacement of distribution line poles located adjacent to Grizzly Forebay near Bucks Lake, the North Fork Feather River and Highway 70, and Twain, California, in T25N, R6E, Section 35, and T24N, R8E, Section 21, Mount Diablo Base Meridian (MDMB). Copies of the Decision Memos are available at Plumas National Forest Supervisors Office, 159 Lawrence Street, Quincy, California, and the Mount Hough Ranger District office, Quincy, California. Decision Not Subject to Appeal The 30-day comment period for this project ended on September 20, 2013. Since no comments were received during the com- ment period, this decision is not subject to appeal (36 CFR 215.12). Implementation may begin immediately. Published FRB March 5, 20141 Notice of Proposed Action -Snake Lake Green Fire Wood Project Plumas National Forest Mt. Hough Ranger District Quincy, California Opportunity to Comment on the Snake Lake Green Fire Wood Project The Mt. Hough Ranger District proposes to approve federal funding for the Snake Lake Green Fire Wood Project to reduce haz- ardous fuels on approximately 10 acres on National Forest Lands lands adjacent to Snake Lake, Plumas County, California. Project activities would include the cutting of designated green trees by the public for fuel wood consumption with a fuel wood permit. The Snake Lake Fire Wood Project is locat- ed in along National Forest System Road 24N27 and Plumas County Road 435 within T24N and T25N R 9E, Section 6, MDBM. A draft Decision Memo detailing the proposal is available for review at the Mt. Hough Ranger District. For additional information, or to obtain a copy of the draft Decision Memo, contact: Andrew Hart, Mt. Hough District Forester at (530) 283-7649. This comment period is being provided pur- suant to the March 19, 2012 order issued by the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of California in Case No. CV F11- 679LJO DLB. Only those who provided comments during the comment period are be eligible to appeal the decision pursuant to 36 CFR 215. Any individual or representa- tive from an organization submitting com- ments must either sign the comments or ver- ify identity upon request in order to maintain appeal eligibility. How to Comment and Timeframe C~nments will be accepted for 30 calendar days following publication of this notice in the Feather River Bulletin. Provide com- ments by mail, fax, email, Or in-person to the responsible official, Mike Donald, Mt. Hough District Ranger, c/o Andrew Hart, Mt. Hough District Forester, at 39696 State Highway 70, Quincy, CA 95971; email address: andrewjhart@fs.fed.us; fax number: (53(J) 283-1821; phone number: (530) 283-7649. Acceptable formats for electronic submis- sions include email message, plain text (.txt), rich text format (.rtf), Word (.doc or .docx) or portable document file (.pdf). Submit hand-delivered comments during business hours 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Published FRB March 5, 2014 Check Out Our p_ILIJlYIA.SI I]Ews. C OM Turkey hunting opportunities offered Hunters seeking opportunities during the upcoming spring turkey season can visit the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Upland Game Bird Stamp Program's website to apply online. The CDFW website lists numerous hunts statewide, including opportunities in the department's North Central Region, which includes Plumas, Sierra, Butte, Glenn, Lake, Colusa, Yolo, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, E1 Dorado, Sacramento, Amador, Alpine, Calaveras and San Joaquin counties. The North Central Region will offer wild turkey hunts at the following locations: Daugherty Hill Wildlife Area, Spenceville Wildlife Area, Oroville Wildlife Area, Gray Lodge Wildlife Area, Cosumnes River Preserve and the Bureau of Land Management's Kanaka Valley in E1 Dorado County. Applications and information are available online at dfg.ca.gov/ hunting. Fire, Water or Wind have you Don't be mislead: It's ultimately your choice what contractor you use for repairs, not your insurance company's choice! Insurance- related repairs are one of our specialties. Emergencies 24/7 CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035