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~.-._:7 :: - I L I~ I I]1111li1141 6B Wednesday, May 5, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter SWAT training The atmosphere is already spooky at the empty old hospital, and it'takes on an even colder edgi- Before beginning their mission to find the bad guy hiding in the hospital, SWAT team members ness with armed men on the move through the building to the steady beat of a drip from the go through a weapons check to make sure everything is operating correctly, and for today, ceiling. Team members train regularly to prepare for a variety of situations, loaded with blanks. Photos by Alicia Knadler rans Issues licy II or campal The California .Department of Transportation reminffs all candidates registered in the upcoming election, their representatives, campaign personnel and campaign workers for ballot measures of the policy regarding place- ment of temporary political signs within view of a state highway. Section 5405.3 of the State Outdoor Advertising Act allows an exemption for the placement of temporary political signs along certain state highways. These signs are not to be placed within' the state right of way. A temporary political sign meets the following criteria: Encourages a particular vote in a scheduled election; Is placed no sooner than 90 days prior to the scheduled election and is removed with- in 10 days after that election; Is no larger than 32 square Treat morn this Mother's Day to a special meal' .... 7am, Spm lunch or dinner Sunday, May 9 *Mom's only 90 E. Main St., Quincy 283.0591 Out Our [ PLUMASNEWS.COM inder of Sl ns feet; and Has a statement of respon- sibility form filed with the Department of Transporta- tion certifying a person responsible for removing the signs. State law directs the De- partment of Transportation to remove unauthorized tem- porary political signs and bill the responsible party for their removal. For more information or a copy of the form "Statement of Responsibility" for tem- porary political signs in PDF, go to dot.ca.gov/oda/ political_signs.htm, then scroll down to forms and click on Political Sign Appli- cation. * Homebuyer tax credit in I The homebuyer tax creditwith $100 million going to signed into law earlier this new home buyers and $100 year by Governor Arnold million going to first-time Schwarzenegger is now buyers of existing homes. available. Gov. Schwarzenegger signed into law AB 183 by Posch oleaa--I _1 Assembly Member Ana Caballero, D-Salinas, and co- Joshua Sebold authored by Senator Roy Staff Writer Ashburn, R-Bakersfield in jsebold@plumasnews.com March, which establishes a tax credit of $10,000 or 5 per- High Desert State Prison cent of the purchase price of Sergeant Todd Posch pled no a newly built home and a contest to two counts of filing $10,000 tax credit for first- a false police report Tuesday, time purchasers of existing April 27. homes. Each charge carries a The credit will be available maximum possible jail sen- beginning May 1, and be good tence of six months for a through Dec. 31, 2010, or total exposure of one year. when funding is exhausted, Sentencing is scheduled for whichever comes first. June 7. The $200 million allocated Posch's plea may also for the program is split evenly, leave him vulnerable to For more information about the tax credit, visit the Franchise Tax Board website at ftb.ca.gov, no contest restitution claims. Posch fabricated two incidents where he reported being assaulted by "Mexican gang members." The Plumas County Sheriff's Office previously re- ported more than $100,000 in state and local funds was expended for .investigative and security efforts resulting from Posch's false reports. Sheriff Greg Hagwood has made it clear he expects full restitution from the defendant for expenses in- curred by his department. I have been going with this guy from school f0rtwo yea'rs, and I;cion;t Want tO do the relationshi any more; but when I tell him this, 'he says that if I leave him, he'll kill himself. We have to do everything together; I feel smothered. Now I don't know what to do. Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line all-877-332-2754 for referrals. You cannot handle this alone. 1 Crisis Line Resource 283.4333 Center -877-332-2754 or 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center Paid Political Advertisement Volunteer Organize 530.315.4464 California State Assembly 2010 FPPC # 1320388 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Cl~istina Bi_neci to the California State Assembly Distxict 3- 2010 s County Inn Lanes Saloon Bar &, Station Grill Lodge Lodge Gr eagle Meadows Grizzly Grill Greenhorn Creel Gumba's Door you visit these phces, on ) Come and enjoy fine dining in a beautiful mountain setting CHAMPAGNE BUFFET BRUNCH ,~ 3 seatings: 9am, 1 lam, lpm ': :' Please call for reservations .411 Open to the Public A'I3 to CLIFFORD DRIVE to the LAKE ALMANOR COUNTRY CLUB. Clubhouse Passes available at the Clifford Gate Entrance. LAKE ALMANOR COUNTRY CLUB 91 Clifford Drive, Lake A/manor Peninsula To send a legal: typesetting@plumasnews.com TO send an advertisement: mail@plumasnew$.com