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Main Quincy 283-04801 Florist and Nursery Since 1946 41796 Hwy 70 Quincy, CA 530-283-2010 I " Jus 11 f~ is here for all your special needs ... featuring unique glassware, fashion t accessories and home ddcor accents. Fh Biode Music Boxes Gifts for every age and occasion For children - educational and fun toys Gift Certificates - Complimentary gift wrapping 258-2222 lumas ire ncil me The Plumas County Fire able combustible material. Safe "Council's regularly Homes with firewood next to scheduled monthly meeting the structure, needles in the will be Thursday, May 13, at gutters and on the roof, un- the Plumas County Planning screened vents, material and Building Services office, stored under decks and even 555 Main St. in Quincy, from 9 patio furniture can place your to 11 a.m. home at risk. At the May meeting, the West continued, "Creating council will discuss progress a fire safe home can not only toward current wildfire miti- determine your home's abili- gation projects and imple- ty to survive a wildfire, but mentation of the Community will provide your fire depart- Wildfire Protection Plan. ment a safer environment to Fire Safe Council members work in." encourage residents to create The council invites resi- and maintain their defensible dents with an interest in pre- space and make their home venting and mitigating im- fire safe. Homeowners also pacts from wildland fires, to need to assess their home's their homes or communities, ability to survive an ember to become members. The blizzard from firebrands that council is a coalition of citi- may come from up to a mile zens, businesses, fire depart- away. ments and representatives of According to Brian West, local, state and federal gov- council chair, "The best way ernment agencies. to evaluate your home's pre- The mission of the council paredness for an ember bliz- is "to reduce the loss of natur- zard is by walking around al and manmade resources your home and thinking about caused by wildfire through what would happen ffyoujust Firewise Community pro- started throwing matches grams and pre-fire activities." everywhere and anywhere." For additional information Flying firebrands will blow on council activities and de- into and around the home, at- fensible space, visit plumas- tempting to ignite any avail- firesafe.org. Gifts Jewelry Cards Educational Toys Year-round "Christmas Shop" Gift Certificates 220 Main St., Chester opens ro~ Lassen Volcanic National road may be closed for short Park has opened the main park time periods during lingering road from the Manzanita Lake snowstorms. Entrance 10 miles to the Devas- The park's road crew is now tated Area as of April 30. clearing the road on the south The Devastated Area pro- side of the park. Because snow rides opportunities for visi- clearing is often performed in tors to hike, cross-country.ski steep terrain, where the road and play in the Snow. may not be apparent, an en- "Although recent spring hanced global positioning sys- snowstorms delayed the roadtem is used to locate the road opening, it left us with a fresh under the snow. Snow players, layer of snow to enjoy," said snowboarders and crbss-coun- Superintendent Darlene M. try skiers should stay clear of Koontz. "Visitors should besnowplows working in these prepared for possible winter areas (both up slope and down conditions by bringing vehicleslope), as equipment operators chains, blankets, food and wa-may be unable to see or hear ter as mountain weather can them. change quickly. It is best to Snow depth at the Lake He- dress in layers to adjust for len Snow Survey*site for the m , : changing weather and wear month of April is 181.9 inches, sunscreenwith sunglasses'"'with Water content of 8& inch- The 30 miles of pack road-es, density of 48 percent, which way from Highway 44 in the is 109.3 percent of normal. north to Highway 36 in the For more information re- south typically opens fully to garding road conditions call the public by mid- to late'- Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor th _ June, depending on weather Center at 595-4480, daily, from conditions. May canstillbring9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or visit significant snowfall and the nps.gov/lavo. Dr. Larry Holcomb, Ed. D. 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