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2B Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Dorothy June (Stier) Bartlett Dorothy Bartlett, a Portola resident for 40 years, died peacefully Sunday afternoon, March 8, with her youngest daughter by her side. Dorothy was born in Los Angeles on Sept. 2, 1925. Her family moved to Stockton when she was a young girl and she graduated from Stockton High School. Dorothy attended the College of the Pacific in Stockton before moving to San Francisco to work at PG&E. It was in San Francisco that Dorothy met George Bartlett Jr. They were married in 1960 and began their life together in Concord, where their two daughters were born. George and Dorothy moved to Dublin, then to Bridgeport, Texas, and Anaheim, before moving to Portola in 1972. They bought Leonard's Market and owned and operated the store together until 1980. After retiring from the grocery business, Dorothy and George traveled in their RV for many years, traveling across the U.S. visiting fa/nily and friends. The couple also enjoyed trips to Australia and New Zealand as well as the British Isles. Dorothy enjoyed knitting, crocheting, quilting and cross-stitching. She was an active member of the Ladies Elks, Eastern Star, the Hospital Auxiliary and St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Dorothy loved and was loved by her three grandchildren. Dorothy moved to Issaquah, Washington, on her 88th birthday to live near her daughter. She quickly adjusted to life in her new apartment and was very active in her new community. She suffered a stroke in January 2014 and, though she never completely recovered from the stroke, she continued to play a mean hand ofsolitaire and solved crossword puzzles until shortly before her death. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband of 47 years, George. She is survived by daughter Grace Bartlett of Sacramento and daughter and son-in-law June and Curtis Repp, of Issaquah, Washington, and their three children, Andrew, Emily and Daniel. She is also survived by her "bonus" daughter Catherine Burr and her family of Kansas City, Missouri. A memorial service for Dorothy will be held in Portola early this summer. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to the Hospital Auxiliary or the Elks Club. William James Brownrigg William James Brownrigg, "Bill," of Chester, died at his home on the morning of March 8, 2015. A devoted husband, Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or paid Obituaries. Paid Obituaries start at $80 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or e-mail typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject obit. beloved father and treasured member of his community, Bill left this world a much better, loving place. Born on Sept. 29, 1950, in Herkimer, New York, to Lyle and Mary Lois Brownrigg, Bill spent most of his adolescent years growing up in Mohawk, New York. Bill graduated from Mohawk Central School in 1968 and, at the end of that school year, moved wRh his parents to Suisun. Bill attended Solano Community College and graduated from Fresno State with a degree in K-12 Special Education. As a special education instructor for Solano County, Bill helped high school students transition into 'regular' classes, treasuring his time with them. During this period, he coached a girls' softball team, providing him (and them) with many fond memories. In 1978, Bill met the love of his life, Debbie, and left education to begin his new career as an information technology 'geek' with Pacific Gas and Electric Company in San Francisco, where he worked until his retirement in 2005. Bill and Debbie then moved to Chester where they made a new home, looking in on elderly family members and enjoying the quiet mountain life. Bill and Debbie were married on April 21, 1979, growing in love for the next 36 years and had two incredible daughters, Meggan and Kaitlyn. Bill and Debbie raised their family in Antioch, spending as much time as possible being involved in the community and the girls' school and athletic activities. He loved sports and was so excited and proud to see his girls play water polo in high school and college. During those years, Bill and Debbie effectively had up to twenty CAL-FD 158 - CR With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part your family when you've needed them most. Find out how you can celebrate the life of your loved one with gentle guidance and individual touch. Serving Plumas, Sierra and Lassen Counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. 300 WWW.MANNIFUNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 INVITATION TO SERVE DISTRICT ADVISORY COUNCIL (DAC) FOR THE DISPOSITION OF SURPLUS/VACANT DISTRICT PROPERTY As governed by Education Code (EC 17387 Article 1.5) and sanctioned bythe Plumas Unified School District Governing Board of Trustees, a District Advisory Council is forming. It is the intent of the legislature to have the community involved before decisions are made thus avoiding community conflict and assuring building use that is compatible with the community's needs and desires. The job of the superintendent and the board members is to evaluate facts, not gather them. The process of gathering the facts must be as credible, transparent and non-political as possible. Therefore, the District Advisory Council should be involved in the fact finding necessary for a recommendation to the Governing Board of Trustees about surplus and vacant properties. Education Code 17389 defines the membership of the District Advisory Council. Pursuant to Section 17389 the District Advisory Council shall consist of not less than 7 and not more than 11 members and shall be representative of each of the following: (a) The ethnic, age group, and socioeconomic composition of the district. (b) The business community, such as store owners, managers, or supervisors. (c) Landowners or renters, with preference to be given to representatives of neighborhood associations. (d) Teachers. (e) Administrators. (f) Parents of students. (g) Persons with expertise in environmental impact, legal contracts, building codes, and land use planning, including, but not limited to, knowledge of the zoning and other land use restrictions of the cities or cities and counties in which surplus space and real property is located. The District Advisory Council meetings are subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act (Government Code Section 54952.3). The Council itself will elect one of its members to be the Chairperson and one of its members to be the recording secretary. A Co-Chairperson may also be elected by the Council, if it So chooses. The Council will meet anywhere from 6 to 12 months, To demonstrate interest in serving on the District Advisory Council please submit a letter of interest to ExeCutive Assistant Patty McCutcheon, Superintendent's office, 1446 East Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971, describing how your experience, skills ahd talents meet the definition of membership according to Education Code 17389 above. Deadline for consideration is 26 March 2015 at 3:00 PM. Appointments to the District Advisory Council will be made by the Governing Board of Trustees during the Regular Board Meeting on 16 April 2015. Plumas County Office of Education = Plumas Unified School District 1446 East Main Street, Quincy, California 95971 Telephone: (530) 283-6500 ~ FAX: (530) 283-6530 Website: www.pcoe.k12.ca.us or so 'daughters' at any given water polo season, each of them calling him 'Papa Rigg,' a loving name that sticks to this day. Bill was a birthday gift to his oldest brother on his birthday, creating a bond that was to last a lifetime, but then Bill became close to anyone who knew him. He was a giant of personality, easygoing and could find humor in most situations. He was the very best hugger and never met a stranger. Bill is survived by wife Debbie; daughter Meggan and her love Chris Matthews, of Yuba City; daughter Kaitlyn and her husband John Morton, of Yuba City; niece Sara Wheeler of Springfield, Oregon; brothers Charles (Kay), of Bushwood, Maryland, and Tom (Bonnie), of Ilion, New York; and uncle William Dygert (Mary), of Mohawk, New York. He is also survived by his father in-law William Hadley Jr. (Delores); brothers-in-law William Hadley III (Michaele); and Galen Hadley (Sarah); sister-in-law Katherine Ahlborn; cousins Janice Cedeno, David Dygert, and Edward Dygert, Mary Kay Wolcott, Michael Woods, and Janet and Joan O'Keefe, and many nieces and nephews who he loved and who made him proud. Bill was predeceased by his parents, Lyle and Mary, and a sister Kathryn. Services are scheduled for March 28, at 11 a.m. at St. Andrews Church, 174 Melissa Ave., Chester, CA 96020. Burial services will follow at the Chester Cemetery and then a reception at the Elks Hall in Chester. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Bill's name to your favorite school sports team or to any charity of your choice. MARRIAGE LICENSES March 13 Rijel Violet Lewis and Grant David Hodgdon, both of Sacramento. Courtney Nicole Kuehl and Jason William Carlson, both of Sparks, Nevada. March 19 Sara Elizabeth Billings and Jessica Jo Steffen, both of Quincy. =n,ng Anyone interested in learning how to help someone in a mental health crisis is invited to attend an upcoming training. The Plumas County Mental Health Department is presenting Mental Health First Aid on March 31 in the Mineral Building at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy. The free eight-hour training will run 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., and lunch is included. Accordingto the program, a person is more likely to encounter someone in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack. Mental Health First Aid teaches a five-step action plan to offer initial help to people with the signs and symptoms of such a crisis, and then connect them with the appropriate professional, peer, social or sell-help care. The training is open to anyone: first responders, students, teachers, leaders of faith communities, human resources professionals and caring citizens, to name a few. However, attendance is limited to 30 people. The Mental Health First Aid training will be repeated in each of the four communities as follows: April 25 in Blairsden at the White Barn at the coiner of highways 70 and 89, May 2 in Greenville at the Indian Valley Community Center and May 9 in Chester at the Memorial Hall. To register contact Melissa Nickerson at the Mental Health Department: MNickerson@kingsview.org or 283-6307. The training will be conducted by Ken Crandall, of the California State University, Chico departments of social work and political science; and by Gina Ehlert, of the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions. The Plumas County Department of Mental Health com r=ngs mug! is providing this training through Mental Health Services Act funding. Interim Mental Health Director Peter Livingston reported that the department will be expanding community involvement countywide as its MHSA plan is implemented. The plan was approved by the Board of Supervisors in December 2014, and it is available to view at countyofplumas.com. "One of the new efforts is to bring mental health-related trainings to the community," said Livingston. "Mental Health First Aid is the first of the trainings that will be offered. The other training that we are planning for is the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. "Both of these trainings are funded through.the prevention and early intervention portion of the MHSA funds." The Mental Health Department is also exploring the possibility of sponsoring some individuals to attend an extended "training for trainers" in the Mental Health First Aid program. "The goal is to have a number of Plumas County citizens certified as trainers so that mental health-related trainings can be offered on an ongoing basis and to be responsive to community needs," said Livingston. "Plumas County Mental Health looks forward to working more closely with members of the community at a variety of levels, including the training opportunities." Mental Health First Aid USA is coordinated by the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Missouri Department of Mental Health. For more information visit mentalhealthfirstaid.org. Gaines, Dahle to host meetings California State Sen. Ted Gaines and Assemblyman Brian Dahle will host two townhall meetings in Plumas County on Friday, March 27. The purpose of the meetings will be to discuss their goals and priorities for 2015 and to share how their Senate and Assembly offices can provide resources and services to their constituents. The meetings will also allow the legislators to hear from area residents about state-related issues and concerns. The two meeting times and locations are as follows: --Quincy, 11 a.m., Plumas County Library at 445 Jackson St. --Chester, 2 p.m., Chester Memorial Hall, at 500 Stone Ave. For more information email or telephone Gaines at senator.gaines@senate.ca. gov or 916-933-7213. hiIlcoot established 1929 Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE -MARBLE NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET P.O. BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWVV.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET PLUMAS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS REQUEST FOR BIDS 100' SPAN MODULAR PANEL TRUSS BRIDGE SYSTEM For the DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS In PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA March 17, 2015 GENERAL INFORMATION The Plumas County Department of Public Works is seeking submittals to its Request for Bids (RFB), from qualified firms for the supply of a fully- engineered simple span panel bridge of modular galvanized steel construction (panel type). The bridge shall be new construction using standard bridge elements. Used parts are not acceptable. The bridge shall be designed and manufactured in the United States of America. Bridge specifications and information, including signed and sealed drawings and calculations by a licensed Professional Engineer must be submitted at time of bid for review and approval. The entire "Request For Bids," including instructions for submittal of responses, is available at the Department's website at: http://www.countyofplumas.com/bids.aspx or during normal business hours from Plumas County, Department of Public Works, 1834 East Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971; Telephone: (530) 283-6268; or by emailing your request to: johnmannle@countvofplumas.com. r'