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Feamer I~iver BuJletm Wednesday, April 30, 2014 7A Debra Moore Staff Writer Jim Judd answers a question during the Plumas County League of Women Voters forum held in Graeagle on April 24. Judd, a 14-year resident of Plumas County, owns a manufacturing business in Sonoma County. He hopes to be the next District 5 supervisor.'Ph0tos by Debra Moore FORUM. from page 6A supervisors should be spearheading economic growth." Accessibility? "I'll be as accessible as I am to my employees," Judd said. He wants to hold townhall meetings that will be live-streamed, and will post information on a website. "There's no reason why supervisors aren't in constant contact (with their constituents)," he said. "I don't think I'm going to be accessible 24 hours a day," Engel said, with a smile. "I'm not going to quit my full-time day job, but I have employees. They can do the job. Maybe not as well as me ..." he added jokingly. Closing statements In closing Judd said it "comes down to experience, i Jeff Engel is one of three candidates on the ballot for District 5 supervisor, representing Graeagle, the Mohawk Valley and East Quincy. He has lived in Plumas County the majority of his life and has owned a local business for 32 years. Engel and Jim Judd attended an April 24 forum at the Graeagle Fire Hall. The third person on the ballot, Jon Kennedy, announced that he would not campaign as he intends to leave the area atthe end of his current term. integrity and honesty," and provided him., "I think I'll do pointed to Engel, including a great job because I'm full of him in comment. Noting common sense," he said. that Engel is a neighbor and a friend, he wants the race to Next meeting be respectful, and for The candidates plan to everyone to remain friends meet again May 7 when two when it is over. forums are scheduled to be He concluded with held at the Quincy library "Plumas County needs a new meeting room. The Special direction; it's about what it's Districts Association will going to be tomorrow." host a forum at 12:15 p.m. Engel said he is running and the League of Women for office to pay back the Voters will hold another at county for all that it has 6:30 p.m. The Quincy High School classmates from 30 years ago to enjoy, catch up and should be made payable to Class of 1984 will be with a specially preparedremember the good old days, Alisha Simpson and mailed celebrating its 30th class dinner for $62 per person, say organizers, to Lisa Mahon, P.O. Box 1495, reunion Saturday, July 19, in Dinner menu is prime rib,For more information and Colfax, 95713. South Lake Tahoe. shrimp scampi or a to RSVP, which is required, For hotel accommodations Festivities will include a vegetarian choice. The boat contact Alisha Simpson atcontact Best Western Timber dinner cruise for adults only leaves promptly at 6:30 p.m. 916-208-7870 Cove Lodge. Organizers are on the Tahoe Queen so attendees should be 30( currently trying to get a (approximately 2.5 hours), minutes early. There will be or Lisa Mahon at 392-0034group rate and will have Participams ean enjoy the a band for dancing and a ( no more information at a, later, evening catching up with no-host bar. It is an evening later than June 15. Checks date. Driveway Slurry Sealing Hot Melted Crack Filling Small Patch Work Free Estimate Serving Plumas County since 1993 3454 Hwy 70 Oroville, CA 95965 Lewis P. Beck Jr. Lic. #669409 Music and Dine Nights 5:30-9 pm at Live Music Moving to Thursday Nights May 1st, Dustin Kline May 8th, Karl Larson May 15th, Kelly Ann Miller May 22nd, Karl Larson No cover, dinner menu available. Dinner R servations Recommended 530-832-5528 72056 Hwy 70, Between Graeagle and Portola on Hwy 70 I Internationally Inspired Cafifornia Bistro 2 for 1 Entrees w/purchase of appetizer Sandwiches. Stuffed Burgers Fondue. Salads Ribs. Teriyaki Curry Jerk Vegan * Vegetarian Gluten Free * Lactose Free BEER & WINE Featuring Lunch and Dinner Indoor & Outdoor Garden Seating Live Music Casual Take-Out * Dine-In Catering 530.832.6337 (Reservations Recommended) 10% Senior Discounts Houm: Mon-Sat 1 l am-8:3Opm (closed Sundays) 80 Commercial St., Portola A member of Eastern Plumas Chamber. (q lo Carl for details May 12-19, 2014 Canyon Motor Parts 530-283-0660 4.M All you need to know." The Plumas County Special Districts Association is inviting the public to attend a candidate forum to be held Wednesday, May 7, following its quarterly meeting. The group's meeting begins at 11:45 a:m. in the Quincy library meeting room, with the forum to immediately follow atroughly 12:15 p.m. Association President Larry Walker said the forum would present an opportunity for the public to ask questions of the candidates vying forDistrict 5 Supervisor. The association is comprised of 44 members representing the county's fire, cemetery, lighting and community service districts. Originally there Were three candidates -- Jeff Engel, Jim Judd and incumbent Jon Kennedy -- but Kennedy has bowed out of the race. Engel and Judd will give short introductions before the questions begin. Candidates who are running unopposed for other elected offices have also been invited to answer questions, but will not make any introductory remarks. During the business portion of the meeting, the special district representatives are expected to discuss the bylaws and future training topics, including an upcoming presentation by an investigative accountant on how to uncover and prevent embezzlement. Later that night The League of Women Voters will host another opportunity to meet the candidates at 6:30 p.m., also in the Quincy library meeting room. Election Day Election Day is June 3, but mail ballots will be sent out May 5. 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