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Wednesday, April 11,2001 Featherll" ~,t River The Beckwourth Ranger District invites your" comments on the Proposed Action for the Stone Dairy Stream Channel and Meadow Improvement Project. The District is planning stream and meadow improvements along one mile of Stone Dairy Creek tributary to Last Chance Creek within T26N, R14E, Sac. 15 and 16. The channel is now incised weft into the meadow, providing poor fish habitat and degrading do--am water quality. BenoT~s include improved fish habitat, better water quality to downstream users, recovery of wet meadowland adjacent to the stream, and improved timing of water flows. The Proposed Action is available for review at the Beckwourth Ranger District and the Supervisors Office. Comments mating to this project should be received by April 30, 2001. If you wish to comment or need further LEGAL NOTICE FOR COMMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT U.S.D.A. FOREST SERVICE PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST PROJECT NAME It.regality-Rush Defensible Fu~ Profile Zone RANGER DISTRICT: Mt. I-inogh COUNTY'. Plumes PROJECT ABSTRACT AND PROPOSED ACTION: An Environmental Assassment (EA) has been completed for the K~-Rush Defensible Fuel Profile Zone Pr~ect on the Plumes National Forest. The Mr. Hough Ranger District proposes to develop a defensible fuel profile zone (DFPZ) in four segments along ridgalir, es and watershed dlvidss from 4,800 to 6,300 feet above mean sea level at Rush Hill, Dark Ravine, Ridge, and Canyon Dam. The planning area LEGAL NOTICE FOR COMMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT U.S. FOREST SERVICE PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST PROJEC~NAME: Waters Defensible Fuel Z=e Proie . RANGER DIST~GT~ Mt. Hough COUNTY: Rumas PROJECT ABSTRACT: An environmental atom=mere (EA) has been prmamm for ~ Waters Defensible Fuel Zone and Project. TWO alternstJves ware analyzed: Aflemative A - Proposed Action, which initiated the environmental analysis; and Alternative B - No Action, required by the National A dadsion will not be made until the public comment period has ended and comments have been reviewS. information, please contact Bob Schultz at the encompasses approximately 3,838 arms of The erMronmerUl ~ is available Beckwourth Ranger District, Rumas National Nationsl Fomat land, located ~marily in the for public review at the Mt. Hough Ranger ~ Forest. Address: Beckwourth Ranger ~ Rush Creek watershed, bounded on the noah Station, 39696 Highway 70, Quincy, CA; P.O. Box 7, Blairsden, CA 96103. Phone: by Lake Almanor and on the south by 95971, ts~ (530)283-3724. Copies are :: (530) 836-2575. Highway 70. The prepared alion is located avallal~e upon request Published FRB, PR in Township 27N, Range 6F_, Sections 33.35 Re~ Official: Terri Simon-Jaskson, Mt. Township 26N, Range 8E, Sections 2, 3, 4, CornineSs are invited on this EA. Comments Bids for hay farming 10, 11, 13, 14, 23-36; Township L:~N, Range must meet the specific content rs~ i Feather River College is seeking parties 9E, sections 30 and 31; and Township 25N, of 36 CFR 2tS.6(b). These are: (1) name, interested in farming the College's hay Range BE, Sections 1-6 of the Mount Dlablo address, and ('if poasible) telephone number, RJayll14PIIQ Slaten, ~mtOl', was ~ for 70 yOal~ Of nNNn~p I. the Orderef property located off Hwy, 70 and Golden Base Meridian. (2) title of the document(s) on which St~lf. ~11~ a hlHIId~ pidlte in ~ Of INN' ~ ~ I(i1111 'llJtu~ W~tl~ Eagle Avenue in Quincy. Applicants must The Kingsbury Rush project proposes to comments are being submitted; end (3) INitial Je=ma Mm'Mmll. + have the necessary equipment to disk, seed, hand-treat hand-pile, pile bum and underbum specific facts or comments along with I 2 rec( cut, rake and bale, pick up and stack oat hay. ,,736scros;machine-harvestandut~ supporting reesons that you believe the Slaten her ored by E; ,-'tern Sty,: Interested parties should contact Sue Murphy 1,657 acres; meshanical-thin, masticate, and Responsible Official should consider in at (530) 283-0202, ext. 231. build exclusionary firelines on 272 acres; reaching a decision, t PublishedFRB underburn only On 128 acres; and To be comidsred, wntten comments must be rc'.n~ mechanical-thin, masticate and ut~erborn 45 postmarked no later than May 11, 2001, and April 11, 2001 acres. The project would primarily remove all orai comments receivep by May it, 200t. Rayne]le S]aten was hen- was an officer in the Monte Raynel].e served Bids for street improvement mmhal that is six inches dbh or less. Comments can be addressed to, and further grad last month by the Plumes Vista Masonic Lodge in LongGrand Chapter Order chr Development of the DFPZ would reduce theinformation may be obtained from, Dennis Chapter, Order of Eastern Beach. They lived and worked ern Star as Deputy Sh, NOTICE TO BIDDERS potential for crown fire spread by treating Clemens, Mt Hough Ranger Station, 39696Star and was presented with ain Long Beach until 1945 wheniron in 1972 and as etir Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals ground end ladder fuels and provide a safe Highway 70, Quincy, CA, 95971, telephone handcrafted plate in recogni-they moved to Quincy with iron for five yearl amb or bids will be received by the Clerk of the City corridor for fire fighting as described in the (530) 283-7640. lion of her 70 years of service their children Ran and Renay. Plumes Chapter. She ! nd v Council of the City of Portola, California, in the Hergor-Fe~ Quincy Library Group Forest ~ FRB office of the Clerk, City Hall, Portola, Recovery Act Final Environmental Impact April 11, 2001 to the Order of Eastern Star. Quincy Chapter Interne- to be part of the California, up to 2:00 o'clock p.m., May 18, Statement (the Act). Standard Management She remains a semi-active tional Order of Rainbows for ic Family that helps~mit 2001, for the WEST STREET Requirements developed by the Plumes member. Girls was just starting here in so many ways arQund IMPROVEMENT PROJECT in the City of National Forest and other resource protecbsn Raynel]e Rankin joined Mar and Raynelle hnmediately be- world, m~ Porte,a, State of California, in accordan~ with measures defined in the Ant and tba recent Estate Vista Chapter #511 Order of came active in the Quincy As-Kim Titus and BilJ he ch Plans and Specifications on file for said Work Sierra Nevada Forest Ran Amendment are of Jacks the Eastern Star in Long sembly, and served as Mother are presently Wort Shos in the office of the Clerk of the City Coundl. incorporated into the proposed action. The The Work in general shall consist of water and proposed activity will require no new road AMENDED NOTICE OF PETITION Beach, in 1931. She served that Advisor when her daughter and Worthy Patron o~0wa] sewer improvements with the construction of construction or road reconstruction TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF William Arms chapter as Worthy Matron in Renay was Worthy Advisor. Chapter Order of of 1590 I.f.*_ of 6" PVC water main, 235 I.f. of The environmental documentation for this Jacks, ,It., a.k.a Bill Jacks, Decedent 3/4" PE water service, 140 I.f. of 6" PVC project was coordinated by the Feather River Case Number 5966 1938. She helped organize They were both actzve in the Star. or p] sewer main, 160 I.f.* of 4 PVC sewer Ranger District, and is available for public To.hairs, beneficisriss, creditors, contingent Long Beach Assembly Inter- assembly and Renay was Rayne].le served fo~t:b~ laterals, trench and surface repair and review at the Office of the Diatnct Ranger, a'epito and persons who may be national Order of Rainbows Mther Advisor when her in the Plumes Cou appurtenances; and 2800 I.f. of road Feather River Ranger District, 875 Mitchell interested in the will or estate, or both, of for Girls and served as Mother ughter Jenny (Raynelle's Recorders oltice. She qa,'-L. al rehabilitation/reconstruction, concrete curb Avenue, Oroville CA 95965. William Arms Jacks, Jr., a.k.a. Bill Jacks. Advisor in 1940-41. granddaughter) was the Wor- active in P'rA and c g, Ta and gutter, concrete sidewalk, concrete Responsible Offmlal: Terri Simon-Jacks~, Mr. A Petition For Probate has been filed by Royd She married Bill Slaten who thy Advisor. tivities ::$1,00 in the Sup x of " cati retaining walls, drainage facilities and Hough Ranger District, 39696 Hwy. 70, Countyof Plumes. appurtenances. Quincy, CA 95971. ~. Said proposals or bids will be opened by the Comments are invited on ~ proposed action The P~ For Probate requests that. Floyd M. Denna be appointed as personal Herger sur~l m~'ts deatk ~,o,o clerk of the City Council at the time and place end environmental assessment. Comments ~tative to administer the estate of the '~ above stated and a report of the names of all must meet the specific requirements of 36 bidders and the amount of each bid or CFR 215.6(b). To be considered, comments dscedsnL The Petition requests the decedent's WILL proposal will be made by said Clerk to the City must be presented no later than 30 days and codicils, if any, be admitted to probate. Congressman Wally Herger assets when they cannot af- nate 30 or more job$of th( Council at the next regular or special meeting following the date of publication of the legal The will and any codicils are available for applauded the passage of H.R ford to pay estate taxes if a those most affecte ril4 of the City Council following the date of notice for this project in the Feather River examination in the file kept by the court. 8, the "Death Tax Elimination loved one dies. The govern- workers who lose there t] opening of said bids. Award will be made to Bulletin. Should you provide written The Petition requests authority to administer Act of 2001." Approved by a merit can take up to 60 percent care and jobs when ~r th the lowest responsive, re~bldder.The cornmentsonthisdocurmmt, pleeseinduda the estate under the Independent vote of 274 to 154, the bill.of these assets. Statistics re- nesses and farms tl ;out t lowest responsive, responsible bidder will be your name, address, and organization Administration of Estates Act. (This autt ty would provide tax relief by re- fleet that less than half of all them are sold to paY 'ricu] determined by: (1) lowest overall cost to the represented, if any. Comments should be wilt allow the personal representative to take City for Bid Schedule A plus Bid Schedule B addressed to: Lauren Turner, Feather River or Bid Schedule A ajone if local funds are Ranger Disth=, 875 M chea Avenue, Orovib, many act.s without obt= ng court approve, pealing the estate and gift tax- family-owned businesses sur- majority of sma]l- aPut Before taking certain very important actions, es,over the next 10 years. , viva the death of a founder 'owners say the eliz idea inadequate, (2) evaluation of the bidder's CA 95965. Comments received will be however, the personal representative will be 'The death tax is wrong,' and only about five percent the death tax woU at t experience and, (3) a bidder's proposal that considered in reaching a decision on the required to give notice to interested persons Herger said. "Every dollar in- survive to the third genera- them to create newj(~m, hi inCmpliesthisdocument.With all theNoTE:requirementsBid SchedulePrescribedA is AppendixPrpsed tosctionthe EA.and wig be addressed in an un s they have waived notice or consented vested in a family farm, small lion. While President the y the priority and Schedule B is additive and/or Further information about this proposal or the to the proposed action.) The independent deductive. . comment procedure may be obtained from: edmin~ aoth ty be granted un ss business or household has al- One third of small-business- signaled his suppor Workmen employed in said Work must be Lauren Turner, Project Liaison, Feather River an interested person files an ection to the ready been taxed, or ;-viii be in es will have to sell or liquidate House-passed mea pardon and shows good cause why the court the future. The death tax dou- part of their businesses to pay legislation must first p~ at rates at least equal to the prevailing Ranger District, at the address above, or by should mt auth t ..... ble taxes these investments." estate taxes. Half of those who sidered in the Senate wa'~.~J~i~li&.d~g4aig(~;Lby lhe Uaited plume $t4~1~5,~4-6600. ~:-:: -A hearing on the petition will be hald on April States ~ecretary Labor and by the Published FRB Families are forced to sell liquidate will have to elimi- !; i California Director of Industrial Relations, April 11, 2001 23, 200t, at 9:00 &m. at the Supedor Court of latest revision and on file in the Clerk's Office. California, Dept. One, Courthouse, 520 W. Said wage rates are made a part of the Contract Documents for the Work to be performed; and each bidder, at the bidder's option, may refer to or obtain copies of the State prevailing wage rotes from the Clerk of Coun=!. At the time this Contract is awarded, the Contractor shall possess a Class A license. Each bid must be on the form provided by the City and must be accompanied by cash, a cashier's or cedJfied check or a Bidders Bond on the form provided by the City, in the sum of not less than ten percent (10%) of the total aggregate of the bid, and said checks or bo~l shall be made payable to the order of the CITY OF PORT OLA as liquidated damages in case the successful bidder fails to file S~'fectory bonds as required by the Contract Documents or fails or refuses to enter into a Contract ~hin the speci6ed time. The successful bidder shall furnish a Performance Bond for one hundred percent 000%) of the amount of bid and a Payment Bond for one hundred percent (100%) of the amount of the bid. The required bonds shall be on the form provided by the City of Portole. Pursuant to Section 22300 of the Public Contract Code of the State of California, this Contract will contain provisions permitting the successful bidder to substitute securities for any. moneys withheld by the City to insure pet's'manta under contract. All bids must be addressed to the Mayor of the City of Portola, and shall beer the title or name of the Work to be constructed. Said City reserves the dght to reject any end all bids. Time limit for the completion of the Work is 135 calendar days from the date indicated in the Notce to Proceed. The City of Petiole Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program has established the following overall goals for this construction contract. 1% of the total dollar amount of this contract for race-conscious and 0.9% of the total dollar amount of this contract for race- neutral. Federal-Aid Female and Minority goals are: Goal for Women: 6.5%; Goal for Minorityi 6.8%. Plato and Spesir t ons may be secured from the City Hall, Portola, California, upon payment of the sum of $75 for each reduced set and $150 for each full-sized set, which is not refundable. A PRE-BID MEETING WILL BE HELD ON MAY 10, 2001 AT CITY HALL, 3RD AVENUE AND SOUTH GULUN STREET:. THE PRE- BID MEETING WILL INCLUDE A TOUR OF THE JOB SITE, By order of the City Council, City of Portola, Portola, California, this 11th day ofA L 200t ATTEST:/s/Leslie Tm~an City Clerk, CITY OF PORTOLA Published FRB, PR Apt, tl, mot Public Notice Deadline Every Thursday, 4 p.m. 283-0800 FAX: 283-3952 LEGAL NOTICE FOR COMMENT Main Stm~ Room 104, (~zJ~y, CA 95971. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the U.S. FOREST SERVICE psti~on, you should appeer at the hearing and PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST state your ot~elio~ or file written objections PROJECT NAME: Lest Chance Defensible with the court before the hearing. Your ~_Profile Zone (DFPZ) andGroup Se~ appearance may be in person or by your~A/ --e invitevou to RANGERero~ec= DISTRICI~ ~ IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent J COUNTY: Rumas ore~or of the dsceased, you must file your d~Jm with the court and mail a copy to the d h PROJECT ABSTRACT: An Environmental personal representative appointed by the (~ome in an see t e msesamem has been pmm Last Chance DFPZ and Group Selection ou~t witttn four months from the date of first Project on Na~rwl Fmst isnd" lNs PrJeot is ies'uence of letters as ProVided in Sectin 1 l f designed to meet the intent of the Her~ 9100 of the ~ Probate Code. The time for filing claims will not expire before four arrest se eotion o Feinstein Quincy Library Group Forest months from the date of the hearing date Resovery A= E~S h/~). Four nrrm~ nobd ~x~e. 'were analyzed. Alternative 1 (Proposed ] Action) would construct a DFPZ over YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the courL invitations an If you are a ps~m interested in the estate, O aPt~rximate~Y 4'597 acres by Ima|ing g~und you ml/fde with the court a formal Request and leddsr fuels and redudng canmy onver to approximately 40%, with a combination of for Special Notice of the filing of an inventory f~ and appraisal of estate assets or of anyaII.T1.0"L[I1.(~e]T[ell.tStor underbuming, hand thinning, and mechanical petition or account as provided in Section treatment. Approximately 170 acres of group 1250 of the California Probate Code. A sek~ion would occur both wiffm and outsids the DFPZ. Alternative 2 is the No Action Raque= for Spatial Notice form is available dd g alt(imative. Alternative 3 incorporates the Signed: Attorney for Petitioner, David L. Jour we Sierra Nevada Forest Plan Amendment Adhan, Atlomey at Law, P.O. Box 809, Quincy, (framework) standards for the DFPZ and has CA 95971 approximately 117 acres of group sdecfion, Rled: ~ 27, 2001 ! dropping those that ware uneconomical to Shed Wert Co~t Administrator treat. Alternative 4 is vanI similar to 3, but By Shed Shiek:Is, Deputy I. T ! drops 3 additional groups and harvests no Publialled FRB 1 1 ] The preferred alternative at this time is J d p ] d i' Alternative 4. A detailed description of Petition for accessory items, an ersona ize Aiternat 4 is cont ned the project F.& for at name change RangerStation, 23MohawkHighway, SUPERIORCOURTOFCAUFORNIA, J 'q 2"r 1 Bialrsdan, CA96103, telaphone(530) 836. COUNTY OF PLUMAS stationery to re eel our nersona taste. 2575, Copies am av~lable upon reque~ 520 MAIN ST., OUINCy CA 95971 Ahavecomment decision been period reviewed, will be hasm'de endedwhen and the comments public FOR ~Mich~ CHANGE Off OF NAME " " ! Responsible Official: Angela Dillingham, ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE c o.o..+,ov,t, on +,.,o. +__: considered, comments must be pestmarked 1. P omr I=au Off a p tion wittdn SO daw tho date of of courta ehar o names no . as,so,,= 285-0800 257-552 l content requirements of 36 CFR 215.6(b). Present name: Paula Michel~ Off These are: (1) Name, address, and (if Propoasdname:Mald~dePaulaOrr possible) telephone number, (2) Tdle of the 2. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons document(s) on which comment is being inter~ in this matter ~ appear before submitted, and (3) Spedf facts or comment= this court at the hearing indicated below to along with supporting reasons that the ~ show cause, if any, why the petition for believes the Responsible Official should d~nge ofname shodd not be granted t Or oontaot any of our other comme can be addressed to and further Date: May t4, nine: 9:OO a.m., convenient locations rnsy be obt-aned from Pare MkL Beckwourth Ranger Station, P.O. Box 7, b, The eddnm of 5~e court is 520 Main St., ..alrsden. CA .t0.. t.,,=na (=) .. 1::3 W 3. A m+ of ,+ 0+ to s, estwood G,-e nville --of 6:00 &m. and 4:30 p.m.+ishad FRB,: PR successivebe--''--''+'weeks to the date sat for ~III~' 2 5 6- 2 2 7 7 2 8 4- 7 8 0 0 April 11, 2001 hearing on the petition in tha following newspaper of general drcu 0on, printed in ,,, m= r. eu . ester s w co m.mn 852-zl,646 258-511 FRB .l Every week ,4~ 11, 1B, 25, May 2, 2001 you'll know more. 2