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4a Wednesday, April 4, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, lltt~l!.~ ~t>t~-,ttl~ J Construction crews used heavy equipment and a lot of muscle power in digging footings for new buildings going up at the Quincy maintenance yard. I I By Victoria Metcalf Several of the new buildingserected. Staff Writer will be factory engineered. He Salt, timbers and asphalt, Caltrans~,Quincy mainte- described these as being kit- among other materials, will al- nance yard is getting an all type structures that will beso be stored indoors. new look, with the environ- sent from the factory to Quin- A water collection pond will ment in mind. cy for completion, also be put to use, Rothgery ex- The $2.5 million project, Two of the structures will be plained. Here, oil can be sepa- started in December, is sched- structural steel facilities, he rated from the water, so it uled to wrap up by May, 2002, said. doesn't contaminate the said Jeff Rothgery, structure According to new Caltrans ground. representative for Caltrans regulations, equipment and Rothgery, a Chico resident, and the project, materials can no longer be said that Arcadian enterprises Many of the old structures in stored in the open. To prevent of Shasta/Lake City was the the East Quincy yard were runoff situations, such as oil successful bidder on the pro- torn down earlier. In their running out into the yard and ject. place will be five new struc- eventually contaminating the tures, Rothgery explained, area, the buildings are being Jeff Rothgery, structure representative for the Caltrans project in Quincy, stands one of the storage facilities being constructed in the maintenance yard. This hold salt. Imas It doesn't look like much at this stage, but a pond st the maintenance yard is designed to collect runoff from the area. A filtering system will be held in the indicated rectangle, where oil will be separated from the water. Two steel buildings are being constructed on the site as storage . in Apr - ) two. led for .... , :ast t~illtles, t in Ea tubers up con be drc n East of S] a Trail infor The California State Fair is now accepting applications for the 100 Year Club. The 100 Year Club recognizes agricul- tural families' enterprises and agribusinesses that have been in operation in California for 100 years or more. Farmers, ranchers, equipment dealers, accountants, irrigation dis- Continued from page 3B $900. Tuesday, March 27 Theft: A Vinton resident re- ported that a set of tires and a propane tank were stolen. The estimated loss was about $330. OTHER REPORTS Thursday, March 29 Dog: A Chilcoot woman re- ported that a stray dog had wandered into her home and was refusing to allow her pets to come into her home. Ani- mal Control responded. NEED WEDDING INVITATIONS? Call Keril 283-0800 tricts, trade organizations, cus- tom farmers and anyone in- volved in the business of agri- culture are encouraged to ap- ply to this prestigious club. Applications to establish membership eligibility to the 100 Year Club can be down- loaded from the Web site at or by con- tacting the California State Fair at (916) 263-3010 or e-mail at . All applications must be re- ceived or postmarked by May 15 A special supplement produced Qualified applicants will be honored on Aug. 29 at the 2001 especially for Plumas County California State Fair in Sacra- mento, residents & businesses. www.plumasbank,com Learn how to build your dream home or how to turn your existing home into the www.plumasba__ nk.co___mm dream home You've always desired Sierra Podiatry Associates Advertising Deadline: [] Medicine .,,d of the Foot Tuesday, April 17th * Hammertoes " * Senior Care * Heel Pain/Spurs * Ingrown Nails * Diabetic Foot Care * Fungus / Ill * Thick/Painful Nails * Bunions Publishes: Wednesday, May 9th * Hospital Privileges ,* Warts Joseph Knedgen, DPMThree Year Residency Trained To be included in this very 252-1077 151 Ash St., Ste. C 1-775-826-9559 * Most Insurance Plans Accepted. Including Medicare & Medi-Cal WE DO TYPESETTING! Call: "THE PRINT SHOP" at Feather Publishing, informational supplement, call your advertising representative today! Sherri, Rhonda, Michelle Alicia 283-0800 284-7800 MTOU IDOITII Cheri, Carl Denise 258-3115 832-4646 rchite Ca Mem