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14B Wednesday, April 4, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive. Record,| Progre ,--,--,,--_,_., Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-60 (Expires 3-t 9-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: The Teen Scene, 307 Main, Greenville, CA 95947. Edward T. Sowers, P.O. Box 1118, Greenville, CA 95947. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: March 19,2001. Signed: Edward T. Sowers. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Filed: March 19, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 28, April 4, 1 t, 18, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-59 (Expires 3-15-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Amedca's Wholesale Lender, 4500 Park Granada Hill CH- t 1, Calabesas, CA 91302. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., 4500 Park Granada Hill CH-11, Calabasas, CA 91302. This business is conducted by a corporation. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: Feb. 1, 1993. Signed: Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., Anne Banded, Asst. Vice President This statement was filed with the County Clerk of NumBs County on date indicated below:. Filed: March 15, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 28, Apdl 4, 11, 18, 2001 Doing Business As: Bids for remodel Doing Business As: NOTICE TO BIDDERS RCTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be No. 2001-73 (Expkes 3-28-2006) received by the Clerk of the Board of The following person(s) is/are tieing business Supervisors of the County of Plumes, State of as: Wilson's Camp, 2932 Lake Almanor Dr. California, in the office of the Clerk, West, CanyonDem, CA95923. Courthouse, Quincy, California, until 2:00 Kenneth A. Wilson Jr., 2932 Lake Almanor Dr. o'clock P.M. April 27, 2001 for the West, CanyonDam, CA95923. construction of the Ptumas County This business is conducted by a husband and Correctional Center Remodel Phase 2 - wife. Building Additions, located at 50 Al~methy The Registrant commenced to transact Lane, Quincy, Califomia in accordance with business under the above name(s) on: Jan. 1, the plans and specifications on file for said 2001. work in the office of the Plumas County Signed: Kenneth A. Wilson Jr. Engineer. The work in general shall consist of This statement was filed with the County Clerk construction of a Sallyport addition, remodel of Plumes County on date indicated below: and addition to the kitchen and laundry areas, Filed: Match 28, 2001. remodel existing restreom and construct new Judith Wells, County Clerk restroom and shower area, HVAC. By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy Plans and specifications may be secured from Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Barada - Fuetsch Architects, 534 Lander April 4, 11, 18, 25, 2001 Street, RenD, Nevada 89509 (775) 329-7624, No fee. Doing Business As: Published FRB, IVR, CP. PR FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Apdl 4, 11, 2001 No. 2001.72 (Expires 3-27-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing business Doing Business As: as: The Fair Way Grill, 111 Slim Dr., Lake FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Nmenor, CA 96020. No. 2001-58 Sandra L McCaslin, P.O. Box 394, Chester, (Expires 3-13-2006) CA 96020; The following person(s) is/are doing business This business is conducted by an individual. as: Greenville Cafe, 307 W. Main, Greenville, The Registrant commenced to transact CA 95947. business under the above name(s) on: May 2, Edward T. Sowers, P.O. Box t 118, Greenville, 2001. CA 95947. Signed: Sandra L McCeslin. This business is conducted by an individual. This statement was fled with the County Clerk The Registrant commenced to transact of Plumes County on date indicated below: business under the above name(s) on: March Filed: March 27, 2001. 19, 200t. Judith Wells, County Clerk Signed: Edward T. Sowers. By: Melinde Rothar, Deputy This statement was filed with the County Clerk Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR of Plumes County on date indicated below:.. April 4, 11, 18, 25, 2001 Filed: March 3, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT March 21, 28, April 4, 11, 2001 No. 2001-55 (Expires 3-12-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing business Doing Business As: as: Becky's Collectibles, 222 E. sierra, Hwy. 70, 96122. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Rebecca Real, 281 W. Spruce Ave., Portola, No. 2001-37 CA 96122. (Expires 2-15-2006) This business is conducted by an indMdual. The following person(s) is/are doing business The Registrant commenced to transact as: YZ Cleaning Services, 549 Third Ave., business under the above n~me(s) on: March Portola, CA 96122. 7, 2001. Vicki Elaine Weismann, 549 Third Ave., Signed: Rebecca Real. Portola, CA 961 22. This statement was filed with the County Clerk This business is conducted by an individual, of Plumes County on date indicated below: The Registrant commenced to transact Filed: March 12, 2001. business under the above name(s) on: Feb. Judith Walls, County Clerk 15, 2001. By:. Eileen Halbert, Deputy Signed: Vloki Elaine Weismann. Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR This statement was filed with the County Clerk April 4, 11, 18, 25, 2001 of Plumes County on date indicated below: Filed: Feb. 15, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk uoln9 Business As: By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR No. 2001-49 (Expires 2-28-2006) March 21,28, April 4, 11, 2001 The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Coldwetl Banker Kehr/O'Brien Real Estate, 452 Peninsula Drive, Lake Almanor, CA 96137. TOB Adventures Inc.-CA, P.O. Box 556, Chester, CA 96020. This business is conducted by a corporation. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: Feb. 28, 2001. Signed: TOB Adventures Inc., Tim O'Brien- President. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumes County on date indicated I~. Filed: Feb. 28, 200t. Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eilaen Halbert, Deputy Published FRB, IVFI, CP, PR March 14, 2t, 29, 4, Doing Business As: RCTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 200t-so (Expires 3-5-200S) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Candir, 145 Jackson St., Quincy, CA 95971. Unda Terhune, P.O. Box 1371, Quincy, CA 95971. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: March 15, 2001. Signed: Unda Terhune. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumes County on date indicated below:. Filed: March 5, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 2001 Master Fee Schedule hearing SOUD WASTE LANDFILL HFJLRING Notice of Public Heering on f~s charged by Plumes County for accepting certain items at County operated landfills Please take notice that on April 10, 2001, at 2:00 p.m. in the Supervisor's Chambers, 3rd floor, Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, FICTmOUS BUSINESS California, the PlumBs County Board of NAME STATEMENT Supervisors will hold a Public Hearing on the No. 2001-76 proposed revision of the Master Fee Schedule (Expires 3-28-2006) as it affects the fees charged by the Rum, as The following person(s) is/are doing business County Solid Waste system for dumping asi Feather River Drafting, 17 Tomahawk Tr., concrete bricks or pavement at the County #B, Graeegle, CA 96103. operated landfills. Aaron Helme Payne, P.O. Box 1573, At the hearing, the Board will receive public Graeagle, CA 96103. comment and will consider modifications of This business is conducted by an individual, the fees prior to adopting the changes by The Registrant commenced to transact ordinance. business under the above name(s) on: March Published in FRB, IVR, CP, PR 27, 2001. March 28, April 4, 2001 Signed: Aaron Payne. This st=ement w= the County Request for proposals of PlumBs County on date indicated below:. Filed: March 28, 2001. PUBLIC NOTICE Judith Wells, County Clerk REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS By:. Eilaen Halbert, Deputy The Plumes C,ounty Child Abuse Prevention Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Council is requesting proposals from April 4, 11, 18, 25, 2001 community based organizations and public agencies to provide prevention services that Doing Business As: prov, e parent educat n, mutu= sup and self help and leadership services; outreach FICTITIOUS BUSINESS services, community and social service NAME STATEMENT referrals and follow-up services. The No. 2001-74 Community Based Family Resource and (Expires 3-28-2006) Support (CBFRS) fund guidelines require The following person(s) is/m doing business projects to pdoritize families with children 0-5. as: Knight Construction Co., P.O. Box 609, A total of $25,000.00 is available. No more Portola, CA 96122. Sylvan Knight Barges, P.O. Box 609, Portdia, than $5,000.00 will be granted to any one CA96122. program. The award will be contingent on Plums County receiving CBFRS funds from This business is conducted by an individual, the California Office of Child Abuse The Registrant commenced to transact Prevention for FY 01-02. Programs will be business under the above name(s) on: April funded on a 12-month cycle, from July t, 2001 2001. through June 30, 2002. Signed: Sylvan K. Barges. Proposals must be postmarked by 5:00 p.m., This statement was filed with the County Clerk May 11, 2001. Copies of the Coundl's request of Rurnas County on date indicated below, for proposals and guidelines are available Filed: March 28, 2001. from Rumes County Child Abuse Judith Walls, County Clerk Council, P.O. Box 382, Quincy, CA 95971. By: Mellnda Rother, Deputy Call 530-203-5~.33 to receive the application Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR and guidelines. April 4, 11, 18, 25, 2001 Published in FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 28, Apdl, 4, 2001 Doing Business As: Cee4Jmmd Imge I.tB the area they ive in. Some migh't'.c..hoose to give up two hours and'donated one to their local hospital, church, etc. Give up just one appliance, permanently, and of their own choice. Relearn the difference be- tween manual and automated, then try to choose human ener- gy over marketed energy, at least to a reasonable degree. For instance, businesses and government might consider giving up answering machines and hiring switch board opera- tors again. Think of the electricity that we would save, as well as jobs it would provide. The result would be some very appreciative future gener- ations we know as our grand- children, great-grandchildren, etc. Nansi Bohne Greenville Verify your facts Readers of the Plumas Coun- ty are all too familiar with the biased, slanted reporting done by Dave Keller and company at Feather Publishing. Now, add to the list the name of Christi Sevtap, the new re- porter in Chester. On Wednesday, March 21, one of the headline items in the newspaper was "Meyers' law- suit against Seneca not settled" written by Ms. Sevtap. Not surprisingly, there were Water rights motion set SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF PLUMAS In the Matter of the Determination of the Rights of Various Claimants to the Water of that Portion of Middle-Fork of Feather River and its Tributanes Situate above Beckwith in PlumBs County and Being Within Sierra and PlumBs Counties. No. 3095 NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION TO CLARIFY TERMS OF MIDDLE FORK FEATHER RIVER DECREE WITH ATTACHED MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES DATE: April 25,2001 TIME: 9:00 A.M. CALENDAR: LAW AND MOTION JUDGE: Hon. Garrett Olney Please take notice that on April 23, 2001 at 9:00 a.m. in the above-entitled court, Petitioner SIERRA VALLEY WATER COMPANY v~l request an order affrming its right to ddiver water to certsn lands identi~ed in In the Matter of the Determination of the Riohts of Various Claira~t~ tO tl'~ W~ter of that Portion of Middle Fork of Feather River and its Tributaries Situate Above Bckwith in Plumas County (rod Beind within Sierra and Plumes Counties. (~aJifomiaL CMI No. 3095, Order of Jan. 19, 1940 (*Feather River Decree"), entered by the PlumBs County Superior Court in the above- captioned proceeding. Petitioner SIERRA VALLEY WATER COMPANY respectfully moves the Court for an order affirming the Company's right to deliver water to land owned by Eric and Frieda Roan. The delivery of Company water in the Sierra Valley is controlled by two judicial orders: the Feather River Decree, which establishes the Company's rights to divert water from the Middle Fork of the Fsathar River above Beck~, and the 1958 LJttla Truckee River Decree (United States of America v. Sierro Valley Water Cemoanv et el., Civil No. 5597, Order of Oct. 24, 1958) which establishes the Company's right to divert water from the Little Truckee River into the Middle Fork of the Feather River stream system. The Feather River Decree lists the previous owners of the Roans' land, Fred and Lillian Berry, as Company shareholders entitted to Company water diverted from the Little Truckee River. The Feather River Decree memorializes the Borrys' diversion of water onto their land through Diversions 213, 214 and 215; the Decree particularly states that the Berrys diverted water onto the eastern half of their property through Diversion 214. However, in reality, the location of Diversion 214 requires that it be used in conjunction with either Diversion 224 or Diversion 153; otherwise, it was and is physically impossible to deliver water to the eastern half of the Berry/Roen property ('subject property'). Diversion 214 takes water from an adjacent slough which is supplied by water diverted from the Middle Fork of the Feethar River via Diversion 22 Diversion 153 carries Company water to the West Side Canal, which lies adjacent to the subject property. The Feather River Decree recognizes the Company's right to use either diversion to transfer Company water. Based on the foregoing, the Company respectfully requests that this Court affirm the Companys right under the Feather River Decree to deliver Company water to the subject property. This Motion is based upon this Notice of Motion and Motion, the attached Memorandum of Points and Authorities, the attached Declaration of Scott L. Shapiro in Support of Motion, and all papers, records, end files of the c~x~t in this eclion, ell rnatters of which judicial notice may be taken and such other and further matter and argument as may appear at the heering. DATED: March 1, 2001 Respeafu,y submitted, DOWNEY, BRAND, SEYMOUR & ROHWER LLP Scott L Shard Attorneys for Pet~ SIERRA VALLEY WATER COMPANY Published in FRB, IVR, CP, PR March 14, 21, 28, Apnl 4, 2001 t Call Thursdays 4 p.m. 283-0800, fax 283-3952 several inaccuracies in the ar- ticle. First, the lawsuit was not against Seneca Hospital. It was against Dr. Ware and Dave Stratford, two individuals who work for Seneca. I filed a small claims suit against Dr. Ware because I be- lieve that she submitted a false medical report to the Depart- ment of Health resulting in the suspension of my driver's li- cense for several months. This, in turn, resulted in loss of income and livelihood for my family. Unless you read the entire article, one would not know that it was a small claims suit and not a malpractice suit. Since when did a small claims suit suddenly become news worthy of front page? After I complained to the edi- tor, a correction was published on the front page of the March 28, Chester Progressive. The correction itself was in- correct. Since when is Dr. Ware an employee of Seneca? How about some of the inter- esting items Ms. Sevtap left out? She forgot to mention that several board members, their wives, the medical staff secre- tary of Seneca Hospital, the Human Resources director and others were all in the court- house that morning. Obviously, the employees were encouraged to attend the court proceedings during the working hours, with the Seneca Healthcare District picking up the tab. Certainly if Ron Davey, the president of the board ap- proved it, why not? Is it any wonder the board keeps asking for more tax mon- ey from us? Our tax dollars are hard at work! Feather Publishing often re- fuses to publish letters to the editor by claiming-they can't verify facts. Why not verify facts before publishing articles in your newspapers? Red Meyers Chester comes to public safety Y~ us to tax ourselves aggL,..~ fore you will give out ta~~1 ey to be squandered oni~ce a safety. .[e yot Lawrence P~ptic Citroen ~o pa; Good-bye derby .time. On Monday, March 26,~es a was denied access to the per, Davis Steering Com.~hly [ meeting scheduled to belt - " E.M.T. 1. think it is about time the county put a little more money into the budgets of all the t-]re departments of Plumas County. I also know that every fire chiefs wish is to have money to operate at the level the people do deserve but this matching money tax Supervisor Don Clark has proposed makes me puke. The tax money the county gets now is by LAW supposed to be divided up to all branches of the local government and the special districts within. For six years I was the secre- tary for Sierra Valley Fire, I helped make out budgets and pay the bills. Every year we had to find new ways to save money be- cause the county government took money out so some other agency would have more mon- ey to waste, leaving the t-]re dis- tricts to fend for themselves. I read in the paper all the time that there is a new fee in- crease for this and that and now these new taxes have sti- fled new construction except for the rich and have run off new businesses because it costs too much to start a new business. The f]refighters of this coun- ty bust their hump to add mon- ey to their operating budgets using some kind of money- making project and now Mr. Clark says tax your district or no more money. Chester and the surrounding districts have tried the new tax approach, and have failed. I don't see Mr. Clark putting any stipulations on the sheriffs de- partment for matching funds or the new annex adding matching funds or any other agency having to do that. Now, Mr. Pearson, you said, quote, "I campaigned on the be- lief that health and safety should come first," Pearson said. "There are only so many dollars to go around, but there is nothing more important. I am in favor of taking this step for fire." Besides, he said, the people in the districts have to, "come forward and tax them- selves first" end quote. (Portola Reporter Wednesday, March 28, 2001). So, Mr. Pearson, please ex- plain to us why there is tax money to reimburse you and Mr. Clark when you are off on business trips, but when it the Fish & Game office i~row tola by Fish & Game GF~or. ot Counsel Joseph Mzlt0~ Sacramento. "vi This action is incon n~ with the court order tha~s:r~'~ Park issued on FebrU~cent 20~:,'also, may constitute~wutl~ lation of the Brown Act'~d on meeting laws. Jtaxes Others, not connecte-- government, were wel(_ such as Mr. Jerry Dollar~;~ Saralyn Bensinger, " Fran Roudebush. j.,.,.,,. The meeting was to cret. ,~. What I expect happen ~I a discussion of the hiring! Lawrence Livermore N Laboratory as a CDFG to use certain of exterminatin The Lab issue was the CDFG web site on March 23. Lawrence Livermore known as a contractor U. S. Defense De garding nuclear devices. What could CDFG be with them? I can only speculate, may be hired to watch planting of some sort i clear device that will the pike as well as Lake water, lakebedo aquatic mammals, biz prey, amphibians, reptild plants. Or they may use som~ similar to the neutron *h that will kill plants an~Carque mals but leave the lake~rquest tively undisturbed. ing, tion meeting in 1999, thA ( gestion of irradiation ca~j~ I guess it is being ser~ Editor's note: Christi Sevtap considered. did not write ~he headline nor Prove me wrong, i ~r~ the correction. They were writ- Good-by Fishing Derb~ ten by the editing staff, some years. Jack W.Hce~ Sa Squandered As a former firefighter/ , ,~ i i T r ) Shadetree Auto Sales began less than a year ago an regular advertising has really helped get us off the ground. Advertising gets the word out to potential customers. We definitely see a response to our ads. Our Feather Publishing advertising representative has been helpful and provides us with many advertising and marketing ideas. Sonny Osbourn - Shadetree Auto Sales 2140 E. Main St., Quincy 83-9740 or