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LINIIIIUW lllmlmwmonl ]lllmllMIImlm lml    ...... ,. Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS TO NORTH VALLEY COUNTIES TAX YEAR 2009/2010 2nd INSTALLMENT COUNTY AMOUNT BUTTE 2,485,249.39 GLENN 494,116.43 LASSEN 40,714.34 MODOC 210,947.29 PLU MAS 1,833,265.87 SHASTA 3,614,612:99 SISKIYOU 107,377.11 TEHAMA  873,477.93 TRINITY 81,540.49 Total 2nd Installment Tax Payment $9,741,301.84 Power company pays taxes Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced April 19, it has made franchise fees and property tax payments totaling more than $258 mil- llon to the 49 counties and 244 cities in which it operates. The last payments were made by Thursday, April 15. The 2009 franchise fee pay- ments total more than $132 million and represent almost $39 million for gas and more than $93 million for electric service. A franchise fee is a per- centage of gross receipts that PG&E pays cities and counties for the right to use public streets to run gas and electric service. The franchise fee sur- charge is a percentage of the transportation and energy costs to customers choosing to buy their energy from third parties. PG&E collects the surcharges and passes them to cities and counties. The property tax payments represent full and timely payment of property taxes due for the.period from Jan. 1 to June 30, 2010. Paid Political Advertisement Bring inte ri gty back to Sacramento : Doate, Volunteer • Organize www.Chdstina.Bi]leciForAssembly.com "530.315.4464 Christina lJllleCi California State Assembly 2010 FPPC #1320388 Paid for Joy me Committee to Elect Christina Sillec/ to the Cal/forn/a State Assembly District 3 - 2010 One 18 Hole Round of Golf with cart * Price based oct double occupancy in a/-roomjacuzzi suite or quad occupano/ h a 2.room jcuzzi suite • Offer VblidApri130th, May27th. - toll-free 530-259-7829 or visit www.BaileyCreek.com a'['a'ke'i'a;o'r i i ii i ii i In I I I Wednesday, April 28, 2010 7B John Shower recuperates Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor aknadler@plumasnewsxom physically Noi:th Arm resident John Shower is improving, in physical condition at least, after a Monday, April 19, head- on collision with a big rig that killed his wife, Marty, 53, and left his brother-in-law in critical condition. Released from Rideout Memorial Hospital of Marys- ville Thursday, April 22, Shower will need to have another surgery on his left arm for pin placement, according to close family friend Rob Krinsky. Krinsky and Shower have worked together for the past several years on projects and activities of the Indian Valley Recreation and Park District. The Showers were both very active volunteers in the Indian Valley and Plumas County communities, most recently at the Shanghai Shindig, a fundraiser for the India.n Valley Community Center in Greenville. Shower suffered from sev- eral broken bones, including his right wrist and left arm, as well as broken ribs. Shower's brother-in-law, John Ritchie, remains-in North Arm resident Marty Shower died in a horrific Highway 99 crash Monday, April 19, and her husband, John, who suffered from severalbroken bones, was released from the hospital three days later. Photo courtesy of Feather River Land Trust critical condition at Sutter- Roseville Hospital. The Showers were to fly to Hawaii to visit their son, Michael, who is now in Cali- fornia to help care for his dad and grandfather, Tom Shower of Greenville, who also had to have a surgery, although he was not in- volved in the accident. The accident occurred just as school was getting out for many students, just after 3 p.m., on Highway 99 south of Yuba City, according to an article posted at appeal democrat.com. The article and pho- tographs provide graphic details, as well as informa- tion from Jeff Larson of the California Highway Patrol, who told the Appeal Democ- rat the big rig driver said he was cut off by a van and lost control. *p, A W. S "" 4t. umas = nmal lfare ocaety..=.. I -- 'l OFFI THESE CATS OESPERATELYNEED  II ,OMES00 ~ WE RE OWRLOAOEO00 II I II PIEr FOOD  If you have an "un-fixed" cat, get her spayed NOW. We have discount II 258-2706  •8_ lOlb bag or herger certificates for people, unable to afford the cost of surgery on their own • " Vsit the CATHOUSE - 2453 E. Main, Quincy ......  oo QUINCY MOVING Wed-Fri 11-3 or Sat10-1 or cal1283'5433 Cei, V ''o =e . Stun & Paula Buus Dr. Roberta Wiederholt, DVM "Please help find B.a. isdesignedtincreasaevenfrtherUtechance of reunrdng you with your lost pet/ 00 these animals homes," a.e. is a domestic short-hair, black and Open M- F, 8am- 5pm e 283-0233 white adult female cat. She is a friendly ] 258-4242 O0 3-year-old. She needs a good home 299 Main Street • Chester today! She is up-to-date with routine shots, house-lained and spayed. ,James Rmchle . ''  Trial Lawyer e6 [: : :!  ;:  i,i :,  ::::' JOHN " '" " 04' John s a medium-s zed brown tabby He s j  J -ii:i% :;'!; a young male and just an adorable kitty NELSON I ;:. :,":£ beOlOreelYeaod. e neds nahome where ,   h, ,. Veterinary ,Service I I ='e:!':i:i' j' :!i:::. with routine shots, house trained and ll "  = 131 Stone Ave. • Chester neutered. HI  .....  1 Iol=lo o° 258-7260 All- our adult cats are fixed endear° current on their-----shots. II 525 Main St,. Chester I °1° °° PAWS is a private, non-profit organization supported entirely by individual donations, o1 = Your contributions are always welcome and are fully tax-deductible. PAWS - P.O. Box 125, Quincy, CA 95971 48 ee o6o o6° o° _611 ee_ o,6° o6° oo _Oe tt o8o °6 ° ee ee • ,, .€ .;..;..;. -.., Hus( :lvarna ,1 New 3 year warranty on All Husqvarna Riding Mowers Hmqvama 702 ! 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Kawasaki V-Twin engine • 21 horsepower • Hydrostatic transmission • 46" cutting widIh • Electric start • 6 cutting height adjustment • 20" rear tire size • 2-year consumer use warranty si9999s '435 Chainsaw • 40.9 cc, 2.2 hp, 13"- 18", 9.33 Ibs. • Ergonomic rear handle • X-Torcl • Chain tensioning from the side • Snap-lock cylinder cover • LowVib '3 |r 99 s Rusty Warren's • 283-2226 507 Bell Lane • Quincy i i i [I i I II iii i ii i i