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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 28, 2010 $B ,Burn,permits re,,luired Effective Saturday, May 1, at midnight, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Lassen-Mod- oc,Plumas Unit will require dooryard burning permits for residential burning within Lassen, Modoc and Plumas counties Burning permits are re- quired from May 1, to mid- night June 30, for all residen- tial burning on State Respon- sibility Area Lands. Burning may only be done on permissive burn days. To find out if it is a permissive burn day, contact a local Air Pollution Control District: Portola, 832-4528; Quincy, 283- 3602; Greenville, 284-6520; Chester, 258-2588; Vin- ton/Chilcoot, 994-3561. A burning suspension will go into effect at mid- night, June 30, until the 0000ffecti,00,e Saturday, May1 end of the declared fire season or until lifted by the unit chief. Only natural Vegetative ma- terial such as leaves, pine nee- dles and tree trimmings may be burned; Household garbage may not be burned; Do not burn on windy days; Do not burn in a burn bar- rel unless you have received authorization or a permit MADD" Mike Gardner for County Assessor The Candidate for Loer Taxes Quincy Area California Highway Patrol officers Phil Grover and Kip Hymas, with Sergeant George Steffenson (from left), received awards from Mothers Against Drunk Driving recently for making 22 and 29 DUI arrests, respectively, in 2009. Photo submitted from your APCD. Burning can only be done during permissive times. Burn hours for Lassen County are as follows: May 1 - 31, open hours; June 1 - 30, 5 a.m. to noon. Burn hours for Plumas control of their fires at all times. Possession of a permit does not protect residents if their burn escapes, Residents are still liable for any suppres- sion costs If a burn escapes your con- County are as follows: May 1 - trol, residents are encouraged 31, open hours; June 1 - 30, 5 to seek help immediately. a.m. to 11 a.m. Wildfires can spread very A signed permit must be in quickly. A fast response from residents' possession while the fire department can re- are burning. Residents are re- duce suppression cost consid- sponsible for maintaining erably. Remember, residents may be billed for suppression costs, so the sooner they seek help the better the outcome may be. Simple common sense can greatly reduce the chance of an escape, If it doesnt feel safe to conduct a burn, then don't . burn. For more information on burn permit requirements, contact the local fire depart- ment or visit or Paid political advertisement Because your assets depend on it!!! 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While preliminary num- bers show fatal collisions ate down approximately 29 percent, enforcement and services to the public have increased for a quicker re- sponse to collisions and roadway hazards and a high., er level of assistance to mo- torists who call for help from the CHP. While offi- cers issued 8 percent more citations statewide, they al- so gave 74 percent more ver- bal warnings to motorists. Motorist services increased 13 percent, according to CHP statistics. In addition, for the first time in the departmedt's 80- year history, all 103 field of- ficeS are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week Paid Political Advertisement Re-elect sor pFi Over 30 years . in real estate,.bankang & Professmnal apprm.sal practice. 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