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County News Wednesday, Aori111, 2001 U ~ver Bulletin Featt# I V, Coates more time to complete its gen- ! Ed t0r eral plan recommendations for erra Valley business- the Sierra Valley. When the Is waited four years for board discussed this issue last Wer from Plumas Coun- October, the planning depart- now he'll have to wait a ment planned to have the gen- 0nger. eral plan completed by April. board of supervisors de- The supervisors believed a delay a public hearing there was no point in conduct- n Smith's request toing a hearing now, when the the zoning on his Beck- general plan changes would re- property. It had been quire that it be considered for April 3, but nowagain until sometime in Though the boardroom was packed with people who lelay was approved to wished to address the issue, planning department they had to be content with a !apologize to you Smith." Mr. B.J. Pearson Supervisor promise that they would re- tempt to have the April 3 pub- ceive that opportunity in July. lic hearing delayed. Supervisors Robert Meacher"'I'm reluctant to hear from and Bill Dennison led the at- these people today, because we'll have to do it again in Ju- ly," Dennison said. For many in the boardroom, it marked the fifth time they ventured to the courthouse in the last four years to speak for or against a batch plant in Sierra Valley. However, B.J. Pearson was upset by the delay. "This man has a right to have his propos- al heard," Pearson said of Smith. Later in the meeting, when the supervisors voted to delay the hearing, Pearson issued a public apology to Smith. "We all say we believe in private property owners and I want to guarantee that property own- ers be heard. I apologize to you Mr. Smith." =m b Low k $1,000 SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 Wood Products As- industry," said WWPA Quali- a lumber trade or- ty Services Director and WW- based in Portland, PA Vice President Tom Han- March 12 at neman. "Individuals who win spring meeting that the award are truly dedicated Carney of Collins to helping their mill produce in Chester has been quality lumber that is used with the WWPA Mas- throughout the world. We con- 1 Award. gratulate Russell on winning WWPA Master Lumber- this prestigious honor." is presented to Since the association began professionals the program in 1968, only 304 have demonstrated individuals have earned the knowledge and under- designation of Master Lum- of lumber manufac- berman. To qualify, each indi- Western Wood Products As- must have extensive sociation represents manufac- in every level of turers in the 12 Western states be a WW- and Alaska. Based in Port- Lumber Grader land, WWPA compiles lumber least 20 years and hold industry statistics and pro- corn responsibilitiesvides business information services to mills. The Associa- Mtiteel r m berman tion also delivers quality stan. highest honor dards and technical support :l by the Western lumber services to the industry. 1 Western Wood Products Association Vice President Tom Hanneman, left, presents the WWPA Master Lum- berman Award to Russell A. Carney of Collins Pine Co. at the association's annual meeting March 12 in Port. land, Ore. I Quincy Rotary's First Ever We are accepting nominations for our first- ever Quincy Citizen of the Year award. As a Rotary Club, we recognize how valuable an asset are the people who make this communi- ty what it is today. Rotary ideals promote goodwill, fellowship and understanding, and now we are looking into our community for individuals to recognize with those same tenets. E0itor ed by the board of supervisors plans to proceed with its own wide. She believes civic orga- because of the cost and labor pickup. Monday, April 16, nizations and groups could ------- NOMINATION CRITERIA----- . the develop, required to administer such a members of the nonprof, it orga- adopt portions of county roads Mountain, had her program, nization will pick up garbage for trash pickup and then a 1. Person must be a resident of Quincy or the he County would imple- At the time, the supervisors along county road A-15 from sign would be erected to notify nfin('l t roadway trash pickup didn't think it was feasible," the city limits of Portola to the the public, greater Quincy area. ...... m, similar to the one ad- Hunter said. , intersection with Highway 89. Those signs contribute to 2. Person must be a citizen of good standing in the ered by Caltrans for its Lghways. Though he 1-/asn t ap. Garner said the foundation Hunter s concern--both be- community, who is of good character andhas a countyhasn,t proached the board recently, has been maintaining A-15 cause of the cost and because" good personal or business reputation. he believes it still would not be from Gold Mountain to High- of the potential number of _Jaas ,. ungy ublic feasible. "I have concerns way 89 for the last five years, signs which would populate 3. Person must have done a deed or deeds that r l| ecto Hunter about the cost and the liabili- But, she would like to See the the roadway, benefit all concerned. ty," he said. " !' program expanded county- . ' 4' shou have' ome element that p omotes - gJdeL -was discussed With or without the couIvty, . ...... . Year tgo, but reject- the Gold Mountain Foundation goodwdl, fel ow tp, unders(andmg. 5. Achievements which promote world peace and international understanding will be considered at a higher priority. 6. Deeds which encourage and promote service to I I others will be considered at a higher priority. I I ve n y Quhacy Chum- I I 7 I 7. Accomplishments which encourage other to be- I | come involved and providing service to others xer is scheduled to be I I ,,, | will be considered at a higher priority. ,. yhi'cago Title Company I--' f reet, Wednesday, l 1 L!j i " 8. Person chosen may or may not be a member f I , .... ..... Rotary. 9. Deed must be recognizable by the community. ! lley . 1 ee i r ...................... "1 inc,/a I ' II I Yur name" -: I " I ,' Ptzzanaaor Calzone II [ Address: -- : -/l [Pagers CellPh0 I Notvalid with anyother offer. J Agentl_ic.#O868 53 I i'1 li ; 1770 East Main l t, incy I I ! , wou, like to nominate: I r Dish Network 65 West Main Street, Quincy 284-1NI0 ,e y L ........... j I - I I I ~- satO~9~am-6 Dm I ]~ED WEDDING Like agood neighbor, StateFarm is there.@ ~''" I I ' , Name ! [ Call Keri, 283-0800 I I ! .... 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