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6B Wednesday, March 28, 2001 Doing Business As: Doing Business As: By Victoria Matcsif FICTITIOUS BUSINESS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Staff Writer NAME STATEMENT NAME STATEMENT If yOU want to learn more No. 2001.44 No. 200t-37 (Expires 2-15-2006} about poisonous plants and (Expires 2-22-2006) The following person(s) is/ere doing business their effect on livestock, ask an The following person(s) is/ere doing business as: YZ Cleaning Services, 549 Third Ave., expert. ' as: Rose Island Cabinets, 125 Rock St., Per- Portola, CA 96122. tola, CA 96122. Vicki Elaine Weisrnenn, 549 Third Ave., Porto- Plumas and Sierra county Enk Jason Rousenschoon, P.O. Box 64, Por. la, CA 96122. ranchers had just that opportu- tola, CA96122. This business is conducted by an individual, nity as they listened to the This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact bust- leading poisonous plant expert The Registrant commenced to transact bust- ness under the above name(s} on: Feb. 15, in the Western United States. heSS under the above name(s) on: March 1, 2001. 2001. Signed: V'ki Elaine Weismann. In his late 70s, Lynn James, Signed: Edk Jason Roosenschoon. This statement was fiied with the County Clerk of the United States Depart- This statement was filed with the County Clerk of PlumBs County on date indicated below: ment of Agriculture Poisonous of Rumas Countyon date indicated belo~. Filed: Feb. 15,2OOl. Plant Research Lab in Logan, Filed: Feb. 22, 2001. Judith W ls, County Clerk Utah, still travels the western Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy By: Eiieen Halbert, Deputy Published FR8, IVR, CP, PRUnited States investigating Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 21, 28, April 4, 11, 2001 epidemics involving poisonous March7,14,21,28,2001 plants and their impact on Doing Business As: livestock. Doing Business As: FICTmous BUSINESS "I'm real excited about this," FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT said Suzanne Ebright, agricu]- NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-60 (Expires 3-19-2006) tura] biologist for the PlumBs- No. 2001-45 The following person(s) is/ere doing business Sierra Agriculture Commis- (Expires 2-22-2006) as: The Teen Scene, 307 Main, Greenville, The following person(s) is/are doing business CA 95947. sion, as she introduced James. as: Feather River Lodging, 300 Golden Eagle Edward T. Sowers, P.O. Box 1118, Greenville, Longtime Sierra Valley Ave., Quincy, CA95971. CA95947. rancher Fern Ouidici gave PauiJessa, P.O. Box287, Quincy, CA95971. This business is conducted by an individual. Ebright the idea to invite Sheila Nash, P.O. Box 287, Quincy, CA The Registrant commenced to transact bust- James to do a presentation for 95971. hess under the above name(s) on: March 19, This business is conducted by a husband and 2001. local ranchers as they gather wi~e. Signed: Edward T. Sowers. for a Pesticide Continuing Ed- Signed: Paul Jesse. This statement was filed with the County Clerk ucation series March 14-15. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of PlumBs County on date indicated below: For the past 40 years, James of Plumas County on date indicated be4o~r. Filed:March19,2001. has spent his life learning Filed: Feb. 23, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk Judith Wells, County Clerk By. Eileen Halbert, Deputyabout poisonous plants and By: Melinda Rather, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PRtheir impact on livestock. PublIshed FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 2001 Complete with a slide show March 7, 14, 21,28, 2001 containing pictures showing Doing Business As: some poisonous plants--many Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS common to the fields and hill- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NAME STATEMENT sides in PlumBs and Sierra No. 2001- No. 01-59 (Exwes 3- 5.2006) counties---James discussed the (Expires 2-27-2006) The ~lowing person(s) is/are doing business The following person(s) is/are doing business as: America's Wholesale Lender, 4500 Park research he's conducted over as: Vieira's Mobile Village, 1958 Claremont Granada Hill CH-11, Calabasas, CA 91302. the years. Way, Quincy, CA95971. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., 4500 Park Although James steered Arthur M. Vleira, 36 N. Mill Creek Rd., Quincy, Granada Hill CH-11, Calabasas, CA 91302. clear of the use of pesticides on CA95971. This business is conducted by a corboration, fighting poisonous plants, he Donitta O. Veira, 36 N. Mill Creek Rd., Quin- The Registrant commenced to transact busi-discussed other ways of living CY, CA95971. ness under the above name(s) on: Feb. 1, This business is conducted by a husband and 1993. with them in grazing areas. wife. Signed." Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., Anne According to Ebright, it's The Registrant commenced to transact bust- Bonducci, Asst. Vice President. common for researchers not to ness under the above name(s) on: March 6, This statement wasfiled withthe County Clerk discuss the use of pesticides 2001. of Plumes County on date indicated belo~, unless they happen to know a Signed: Arthur M. Vleira. Filed: March 15, 2001. This statement was filed with ~e County Clerk Judith w~, County Clerk lot about a state's regulations. of Rumes County on date indicated below. By: EileenHalbert' Deputy And most states vary accord- Filed: Feb. 27, 2001. Published FRB, IVR, CP, PRing to which pesticides they Judith Wells, County Clerk March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 2001approve and which are By: Eileen Halbert,, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Doing Business As: March 7, 14, 21,28, 2001 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-49 (Expires 2-28-2006) Doing Business As: ~lowing person(s) Were doing business FIC1TROUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT as: ~ Banker Kehr/O'arien Real Estate, Water rights motion set No. 2001-41 452 Peninsu|a Drive, Lake Atmanor, CA SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF (Expires 2-21-2006) 96137. CALIFORNIA The following person(s) is/ere doing business TaB Adventures Inc.-CA, P.O. Box 556, COUNTY OF PLUMAS as: Mi Casita Restaurant, 686 Main Street, Chester, CA 96020. tn the Matter of the Determination of the Chester, CA 96020. This business is conducted by a corporation. Rights of Various Claimants to the Water of Leonel Hector Rares, P.O. Box 256, Chester, The Registrant commenced to transact bust- that Portion of Middle-Fork of Feather River CA 96020 ness under the above name(s) on: Feb. 28, and its Tributaries Situate above Beckv#,h in Elizabeth Marquez Ramirez, P.O. Box 256, 2001. PlumBs County and Being Within Sierra and C~er, CA 96020. ' Signed: TOB Adventures Inc., Tim O'Brien- Ptumas Counties. This business is conducted by a general part- President. No. 3095 nership. This statement was filed with the County Clerk NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION TO The Registrant commenced to transact bust- of Plumas County on date indicated be~ow: CLARIFY TERMS OF MIDDLE FORK hess under the above name(s) on: March 1, Filed: Feb. 28, 2001. FEATHER RIVER DECREE WITH AT- 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk TACHED MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND Signed: Leonel Hector Rares. By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy AUTHORITIES This statement wes fled with the County Clerk Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR DATE: April 23,2001 of PlumBs County on date indicated belo~r. Match 14, 21, 28, April 4, 2001 TIME: 9:00 AM Flied: Feb. 21, 2001. CALENDAR: LAW AND MOTION w s, catty Doing Business As: JUDGE: Hon. Gerrett Olney By: Metinda Rather, Deputy Please take notice that on April 23, 2001 at Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 9:00 am. in the above-entitled court, Petition- March 7, 14, 21, 28, 2001 No. 2001-50 (Expires 3-5-2006) er SIERRA VALLEY WATER COMPANY will The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Candir, 145 Jackson St., Quincy, CA request an order affirming its right to deliver Doing Business As: 95971. water to certain lands identified in nLE.t~-,__P~:- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Linda Terhune, P.O. Box 1371, Quincy, CA ter of the Determination of the Riohts of V~- No. 200147 95971. ous Claimants ~q ~ Water of that Portion of Middle Fork of F~ather River and its Tribv- The" ' . (Expir~ 2-26-2006) This business is conducted by an individual, t~rias Situate Above Beckwith in Plum~s ~m~ng person(s) ~ere doing business Tne Registrant commenced to transact bust- County and Beina Within Sierra and PIvma~ as: D&P Machine, 1383 Grizzly Road, Portola, hess under the above name(s} on: March 15, ~ Civil No. 3095, Order of CA 96122. 2001. David Novas Pedro 1383 Gr~.z~ Road, Par- Sk:jned: LindaTerhune. Jan. 19, 1940 ('Feather River Decree'S, en- tola, CA 96122. ' " '~ortola This statement was filed with the County Clerk tered by the Rumas County Supenor Court in the above- captioned proceeding. Petitioner Peggy Ann Pedro, 1383 Grizzly RoaM, r of Rumes Countyon date indicated below: SIERRA VALLEY WATER COMPANY re- CA 96122. . . ~ Filed: March 5, 2001. " specially moves the Court for an order affirm- This business is conducted by a husband ano Judith Wells, County Clerk ing the Company's right to deliver water to wife. By. Eitean Halbert, Deputy land owned by Eric and Frieda Reen. The de- The Registrant commenced to transact busi- Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR hess under the above name(s) on: Feb. 26, March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 2001 livery of Company water in the Sierra Valley is 2001. controlled by two judicial orders: the Feather River Decree, which establishes the Compa. Signed: Peggy Ann Pedro. , Master Fee ny's rights to divert water from the Middle This statement was filed with ~ County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated below'. Schedule hearing Fork of the Feather River above Beckwith, Rleq: Feb. 26, 2001. SOLID WASTE LANDFILL HEARING and the 1958 Little Truckee River Decree Judith Wells, County Clerk Notica of Public Hearing on fees charged (United States of America v. Sierra V~ll~y By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy by PlumBs County for accepting certain ~ et el., Civil No. 5597, Order Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR items at County operateq landfills of Oct. 24, 1958) which astablisbes the Cam- March 7, 14, 21,28, 2001 P~se take notice that on April 10, 2001, at pany's right to divert water from the Little Truckee River into the Middle Fork of the 2:00 p.m. in the Supervisor's Chambers, 3rd Feather River stream system. The Feather floor, Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, Rivet Decree lists the previous owners of the Master plan meeting Rumas County Fairgrounds & Surrounding County Properties Master Plan Development Meeting A public meeting has been scheduled for 7:00 p.m., on Thursday, March 29, 2001 at the Quincy Ubrary conference room for presenta- tion of a preliminary master plan for the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds and sur- rounding county property. The purpose of this meeting IS to present the results of the recent recreation survey and to gather public input on the preliminan/master plan which has been txepared by the pmiect consultant. For further information on the above meeting please contact Jim Graham, Ptumas County Planning Department (530) 283-6210; 520 Main Street, Room 121, Quincy 95971. Published in FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 21, 26, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-56 (Expires 3-13-2006) The following pemon(s) is/ere doing business as: Greenville Cafe, 307 W. Main,. Greenville, CA ~-:~7. Edward T. Sowers, P.O. Box 1118, Greenville, CA 95947.. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact busi- ne~ under the above name(s) on: March 19, 2001. ~:1: Edward T. Sowers. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below:. Filed: March 3, 2001. Jucrm w is, County Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 21, 28, April 4, 11,2001 California, the PlumBs County Board of Super- visors will hold a Public Hearing on the pro- posed revision of the Master Fee Schedule as it affects the fees charged by the Plumes County Solid Waste system for dumping con- crete ~cks or pavement at the County oper- ated landfills. At the hearing, the Board will receive public comment and will consider modifications of the fees prior to adopting the changes by ordi- nertce. Published in FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 28, April 4, 2001 Request for proposals PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The PlumBs County Child Abuse Prevention Council is requesting proposals from commu- nity based organizations and public agencies to provide prevention services that provide parent education, mutual support and serf h~p and leadership services; outreach services, community and s~ial service referrals and follow-up services. The Community Based Family Resource and Support (CBFRS) fund guidelines require projects to prioritize families with children O-5. A total of $25,000.00 is available. No more than $5,000.00 will be granted to any one program. The award will be contingent on PlUmBS County receiving CBFRS funds from the California Office of Child Abuse Pre~'ention for FY 01-02. Pro- grams will be funded on a 12-month cycle, Roans' land, Fred and Ullian Berry, as Com- pany shemhok entitled to Combany water diverted from the Little Truckee River. The Feather River Decree memorializes the Bern/s' diversion of water onto their land through Diver~ons 213, 214 and 215; the De- cree pertP_. erly states that the Berrys dk, ert- ed water onto the eastern hatt of their proper" ty through Diversion 214. However, in .ma~Y! the location of Diversion 214 requires trlat it be used in conjunction with either Divers=on 224 or r)ivef~ion 153; othan~sa, it was and is physically impossible to deliver water to the eestam heft of the Barry/Roan Preperty ('sub- ject property'). Diversion 214 takes water from m dough is sup ied water diverted from the Middle Fork of the Feather River via Diversion 224. Diversion 153 carries COmpany water to the Wast Side Canal, which Im adjacent to the sut~ prop. erty. The Feather River Decree recognizes the Company's right to use either diversion to transfer Company water. Based on the fore- going, the ~Y resp~ly requests this Court affi~ the Company's fight under the Feather River Decree to deliver Company . er to subie propeV This l~tion is basad upun this Notice of Mo. tion and Motion, the attached Memorandum of points and Authod~as, the attached Deda. ration of Scott L. Shapiro in Support of Mo- tion, and ~ pepem, records, and files of the court in this action, aJl n~ters of which, judi- cial notice mey be takon and such other ar~l further matter and argument as may appear from July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2002. at the heating. Proposals must be postmarked by 5:00 p.mc DATED:. March 1, 2001 May 11, 2001. Copies of the Council's reque= Respectfully submitted, for proposals and guidelines are available from PlumBs County Child Abuse prevention LLpDOWNEY' BRAND, SEYMOUR & ROHWER Council, P.O. Box 382, Quincy, CA 95971. Call 530-283-5333 to receive the application By:. Scott L Shapiro A~omeys for Pardoner and guid~ines. SIERRA VALLEY WATER COMPANY PublIshed in FRB, IVR, CP, PR Published in FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 28, Apdl, 4, 2001 Ma~'ch 14, 21, 28, A~it 4, 2001 ! Bulletin, Progressive, Rec0r~l Photo by Ranchers from Plumas and Sierra counties had the opportunity March 14 to leading expert on poisonous weeds, Lynn James, from the United States Agriculture. James was the featured speaker during a two-day semhtar at the Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy. banned. Presentation Most ranchers are fortunate, in that they only have a few species of poisonous plants to contend With, James told his audience. "Most years you won't even have that," he said. This makes for easy identifi- cation, and it's easier to come up with a plan of action. Changing grazing patterns is one of the easiest, most sensi- ble plans, James recommend- ed. . Showing slides of the effects of eating certain poisonous plants during specific times of an animal's pregnancy, James explained that it makes sense to move animals so they don't have a chance to graze on those plants during that time. Some of the effects included bowed front legs in calves, cleft palettes in sheep, abortions, fe- tuses that couldn't be born and either killed the ewe or had to be surgically removed, and many other horrors to the ranching community. ' When we think something is poisonous we think about death," James said. But, while www.plumas.bank.com www.plumasbank.com www.plumasbank.com www.plumasbank.com www.plumasbank.com www.p!umasbank .corn www.p!umasbank.com www.p!umasbank.com www.p!umasbank.com www.plumasbank .corn www.plumasbank.com the poisonous plants can kill, keep their it also can lead to small off- fields well away spring, reproduction problems plants during that time. and loss of function. And, only certain In grazing rotation, it comes poisonous in some down to knowledge--when the ing a certain stage; poisonous plant will have the can be grazed in other greatest impact on livestock, until the danger has According to James, some according to James, plants are only dangerous if ranchers ideas, on what~ ingested in large quantities, knowledge can By rotating livestock, only al- Using common sense lowing them to eat small of the emphasis James amounts of the plant, ranchers on being a rancher. can keep the plants and also cattle hay under pine ensure their herd's safety, specific times is Other poisonous plants are of what he called only destructive if eaten dur- and encouraged ing a certain stage of pregnan- think before they act. cy. Therefore, ranchers can of the Plumas County Museum Odd and Unusual Artifacts Here is this week's at one of the not normally on the Plumas County urn. Our featured metal. It is approximately 1 1/2" in diameter long. There is a type of rifling Inside, and the left) clamps with the bent handle. It is made of wleces and unscrews at the center. What is it? TM swer will he in next week's paper. If you think what it is, call the museum at 283-6320. Last answer:. The item on the left was the original from the first official Piumas County courthouse, in 1859. The item at right was n lock box used as nerstone for the same building, It was installed 1871 by Fenton Whiting, a Plumas County pione held early newspapers, letters and other tokens time. They were salvaged when the building was ished in 1921 after completion of the present house. I NOW ONLY... I.B. SNOW LARGE FLOOR MANY EXTRAS MUST SEE! SET UP & DEUVERED Personal Assitance from and permits to Beautiful. spacious 3 bdrm., 2 bath. This open floor plan has French doors leading to den. All appliances are included at this price. Your dream kitchen has large island work space, oak cabinets, and morel Low E vinyl windows. 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