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May2,2001 Bu!iet,n Progress~e, ReCord, Repo~er TO t CHRYSLER ,ZV,m Va, P/s PIm, P/w, P/L, , /' :+,: , lps reacts to th ,, oto last .... bail. Ton teams competed at the Quin T4bacds i Quincy a;;eKeml. Dwnioviile, led by Alia Hale, captured second place. i r zoua took sixth, seventh and eighth place, respectively 4 C/f, A/C P/S, Pie, /fM/CD GREAT #22s 33 GAS MILEAGE/ I, gS Performance Package - LOADED. REDUCED? #202808 1989 ~Li' / rcent of the 300 Fish and G 4 cance akes wit ,+ .... ame said scien- The l led lakes for this :"nr OStco n'// tne tints from the U.S. Forest year are: Kleaver, Ethel, Will rotes otService's Redwood Sciences lab Heather, Shelly and Bobs in :+ 'Senti of a;rfa he in Arcata, who have collected the Marble Mountains .Jeer on uascade frog information from Wilderness; Echo in the raent of ' eaUie: the Trinity Alps, will survey Trinity Alp...s; Upper Twin and CA ,'xegio :, nana the Russzan and Marble bower TwmmtheThousand 5 [ tOdayn officeMountains wilderness areaLakes Wilderness; Bluff, ..... regional __ this summer Data from sur- Devils, Grouse and Masterson +, Said ,- managerveys of the *, ............. re Meadow in the Trinit DzvMe )I1 ,.. .. ne aDnr,~,,..a , .t..',~o~- ,,.v,u .,,,~,~ o --.. . +. Y ; Key in the DFG decision to con- Log tne Salmon.Scott dr , ues'old tinue the back country aerial Mountains; and, Echo in the I 7'-s co... ,w.art er,. plants.. Fish and.. Game said. Red Butte Wilderness Area. reseP ,e2 data Koch said Region I teams of The 21 lakes to be planted in !YI! eSprea, "'-- chat biologists still nlan to carry out even years are comprised of: troRs presencelak ...... Y- ...... ,- Pine Creek Basin 1, Pine Cr k +L In too,,,,-,,-. = aurveys over uau. u.-. ee tazn coming three summers with Basin 2 and Snag in the ,,?e goals or" assessing the success Warner Mountains; Cougar in 4 1 "ced the- ann of current trout nlantlng allot- the Caribou Wilderness; Deer, z.CaScaa ermine inn oonulatinn Summit, Foster, Luella and t ,,u Ir ....... _and m..._gs zn Going into June's scheduled East Boulder in the Trinity ,ecl fro'..vuntain aerial trout -louts Region 1 Alps; Lost, Bull, Highland and J in and has tentaH tv removed 38 Durney in the Trinity Divide; re . the Sierr ..... " ,,.aerial.,._. a lakes from the planting listMarshy, Little Marshy, J [4 ms or becau , informa- Upper uoulder, Middle +ilOer =O or tion on t"he'sta"t o'f their trout Boulder and Lower Boulder in l !e. ass lakespopulations and the advisabili- the Salmon-Scott Mountains; n +!+ .'z ains -- tv of olantsand, upper Enghsh, Lower i Yellow,_ ng on thiswo,- Engllsh Horse Range and I to "tagged fr -" ..... . , both can ',g The regional office . . . U 21 ad o In Toms in the Marble as thre-- m.Redding said it is continuing to mountams. 1 ._Specie enea solicit in ut from county offi- l ~ -. uy [ P ant, The e cmls, local fish and game com- 1 n ing to missions and the public--and 1 hab+,^ vmu. data from A'heY a ,encies--in lans'c%t land whatisexp t' tito beanong" NOTICE OF PUBUC II t,about v jor ing evaluation of the highHEARING | tgh elev ., r"mountain lake planting pro- of a I e north.. The DFG said its review soMay 15, 2001, in ~e Board of Supe' |ors | far has produced a list off4 I a. ,C,o t#',o ,uuir ,Califot l ,_ot t ""+me to lakes cked ~.30 p.m. RecregJon & Fa~rground~ Ma~f l .nelth,,...,. that will not be sto u[ with trout this year because [ ~KIs '-'zuo- . ,,= v~,h',,,,+ ............ ~ - ,,- v, ...... ac+, {ng data ,,,. they fall mto one of four rate- of me ecer mcmar to | "t' gories: those with poor sur- er Uin o irr, rw,/ [ gthousa rne vivalofplantedflngerlingsdue r t e, tepareat prc [ -us or to such thino ferreted win" ot tumt .... " St , O .... "-"-'+' :".~ ..... :'" :_'---.'..".~ input and select preferred options of the : !too t.o the .v rpopulauo, n ot SZUnL u in#n / g wJ rbe o Wil te la~' lO|o~ie,,- ~tuu.c; mose wire aaequam .nm.- tt~e subject of a focused environmental -c'Val ural trout reproduction that review, a o on of t ser .. oalale, of does not r uire supplemental use We+ Wlth Plants of h- *eh,,rvr fish; or, Some of the issues under consideration 'aCce+-;-mead" the ....... ,. ^ include add+tie.a+ par ing and camp+nO ::: : : : i ~Ibl ,~ w~tn lOW puoc twv. ' I f .... tte, , -- e to ~* ......... ,___-.areas, recreattona ac~ld+es, commonly the homer z4 lakes nave tlt ill-- rr~ to "~a---' ....... :" center facil't'es, traffic circulation tr e v usa m a care o WhiCh wm etc o. "r ""gn g ry . ,,,,~ .......... +, he is.- result in plants of fingerhngs orma o m above test in even-numbered years only. J)m Gra , may be+o toe Such lakes, the DFG said, nmy Planning 0apartment {~JO} 283-6210; 520 more hay C Mare Street/:loom 121 Quincy 95971 In . e some natural reprodu " ~.o,,o. rm " "V ~4al~ [" " r-#,$1~t, Jo~ i'~, ~i+,, v, t, 11 1, lWl Years -_ ion, but not enough to sustain existing fishing pressure indef- " mitely.