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.- 6A Wednesday, May 6, 2015 Feather River Bulletin in in James Wilson Staff Writer jwilson@plumasnews.com It is now the third day of the Feather River College outdoor recreation leadership program's Bike to Work Week, which takes place through Friday. For one Quincy resident, however, it's just a normal day. Lynn Dow, co-owner of American Valley Baking, has biked to work every day for the last eight years. The only times Dow said she did not bike to work was when the road conditions were too icy. Those days, she walked. Dow, who lives about a mile from work, started biking when her son kept borrowing her car. After she unwillingly biked to work a number of times, -',i she grew accustomed to it. "I realized it was much . easier to just hop on my bike and head to work," Dow said. : "I didn't have to worry about :* scraping the ice off my :: windshield or finding a place i ': to park. It just became a thing." ": Dow heads to work every morning at 5 a.m. She said she enjoys the commute : because there is never : anyone on the road, and the ,: cold air on her face helps her :, wake up before starting the ': day, ',: Dow also mentioned the ", health benefits associated ' with biking each day. She ' said she feels much better every day after implementing .'. her morning workout. :" Through Friday, the ' outdoor recreation ', leadership program is (: offering an incentive for " people to bike to work, | uln Lynn Dow, co-owner of American Valley Baking, hops on her bike after a day of work. Dow fits the bill for this week's Bike to Work Week: she has been biking to work every day for the last eight years. Photo by James Wilson namely breakfast food and drinks. Great time to increase the value of your home or property while the price of building materials is still low Kitchens Bathrooms Room Additions Decks . Fencing Finish Basements Siding Old Home Remodels & Restoration Complete Interior & Exterior Remodeling. FREE Estimates! CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 We also do all Insurance, Related Repairs. Serving the area's construction needs for 31years! Licensed & Insured General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (s3o) zs3-zo3s Morning commuters can stop by the "refueling station" in the Quincy post office parking lot for some free goodies. Each participant w-ill adso receive a giveaway ticket, and winners will be drawn each day. The outdoor recreation program hopes to foster a strong, safe bicycle community that promotes bicycling for commuting, not just recreation. More information can be obtained on the "Outdoor Recreation at Feather River College" Facebook page or by emailing Toby Woods at twoods@frc.edu. Book offers preparation instructions Debra Moore Staff Writer dmoore@plu masnews.com Plumas County residents live withwildfire danger. They know they should be prepared to evacuate their homes at any time on short notice, but are they? This is Wildfire Awareness Week in California and Sue McCourt, the county's fire prevention coordinator, urges residents to prepare. "This could be a severe fire season," McCourt said. "We need to be ready." McCourt admitted that, even being in her line of work, she wasn't as prepared as she should be. But reading "Surviving Wildfire: Get Prepared, Stay Alive, Rebuild Your Life" forced her to take action. Colorado resident Linda Masterson wrote the book after she and her husband lost their home and 72-acre tree farm in a 2011 fire that ravaged their area. "My husband and I lost everything but each other. On the road to recovery we had to come to terms with all the things we should and could have done that would've made starting over much easier," Masterson said when she released her book. "I wrote 'Surviving Wildfire' so no one else will have to learn those lessons the hard way." The first lesson she learned was the need to have adequate insurance. In her book, she explains the difference between replacement cost and actual cash value, and the importance of documenting everything that is in one's home. "Many people are underinsured and do not have adequate documentation of possessions," she wrote. After reading the book, McC0urt assessed her own situation. "This book made me pull out my insurance policy and call my agent," said McCourt. "Next on the list is updating all my digital photos." Another portion of the book is devoted to recommendations on making homes more resilient to wildfire, such as using gravel mulch and nonflammable deck furniture. There's also a section PUBLIC NOTICES MINING CLAIM MAINTENANCE FEES DUE To: Gerald M. Randall and Joan T, Randall, partial mining claim owners of Genesee III UPI, CAMC 281277, formerly of 9 Retail Rd 8161 Dayton, NV. This is a notice that the performance of the assessment work for 2014 has been com- pleted and the payment of the maintenance fees for 2015 has been completed and you have not contributed a proportionate share of the assessment work for 2014 or the maintenance fees for 2015. Please contact M. Hammond, 21883 Prospect St, Hayward, CA 94541. Published FBB Feb. 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22,29, May 6, 13, 20, 2015 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that IHR Educational Broadcasting has filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) an FCC Form 854 application for antenna structure registration. This application has been assigned the file number A0948028. Our proposed guyed antenna tower would be located at 1 Radio Hill Road, Quincy, California 95971, at coordinates 390 56' 24.6" North Latitude and 120 55' 42.8" West Longitude The structure would have an overall height of 12.2 meters (40 feet) above ground level. The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a determination of no hazard for the proposed tower that does not require lighting or painting. Interested persons may review the applica- tion by going to: www.fcc.gov/asr/applica- tions and entering the Form 854 file number A0948028. Interested persons may raise environmental concerns about the proposed structure by filing a Request for Environmental Review with the FCC. The FCC strongly encourages interested parties to file Requests for Environmental Review online, and that instructions for making such filings can be found at: www.fcc.gov/asr/environmentalrequest. The mailing address for interested parties that would prefer to file a Request for Environmental Review by paper copy: FCC Requests for Environmental Review, Attn: Ramon Williams, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20554 Published FRB May 6, 20151 Sheriff's property sale Sheriff's Sale Under Foreclosure (CCP 701.540) Levying Officer File No.: 2014000684 Solano County Superior Court Court Case No.: FFL107232 Date: 4/28/2015 Plaintiff: David B. Schecter. Defendant: Dianne Duardo. Under a Writ of Execution issued out of the above court on 11/06/2014, on a,judgment rendered on 10/18/2010 for the sum of $91,783.00, I have levied upon all the rights, title, claim and interest of the judgment debtor(s), David B. Schecter, in the real property, in the County of Plumas, described as follows: Physical Address: 278 Snowshoe Lane, Little Grass Valley, CA 95981 APN Number 003-470-003. Minimum Bid (if applicable): 91,783.00. PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS SHOULD REFER TO SECTIONS 701.510 to 701.680, INCLUSIVE, OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE FOR PROVISIONS GOV- ERNING THE TERMS, CONDITIONS, AND EFFECT OF THE SALE AND THE LIABILI- TY OF DEFAULTING BIDDERS. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in lawful money of the United States, all the rights, title and interest of said judgment debtor(s) in the above described property, or so much there- of as may be necessary to satisfy said exe- cution, with accrued interest and costs on: May 27, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. At 1400 E. Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971. Directions to the property location can be obtained from .the levying officer upon oral or written request. Gregory Hagwood, Sheriff-Coroner Is/C. Shannon, Sheriff's Authorized Agent. Liens may be present which may or may not survive this levy. Attorney: Jean-Pierre Rushing dba Interwest Judgment Recovery. Name of Court: Solano County Superior Court, P. O. Caller 5000, Fairfield, CA 94533, Fairfield. Levying Officer: Plumas County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff's Civil Division, 1400 E. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971; (530) 283-6348, FAX: (530) 283-6344. Published FRB May 6, 13, 20, 20151 Linda Masterson's book on surviving wildfire is a must-read for county residents, said Plumas County Fire Prevention Specialist Sue McCourt. Photo submitted Following is the introduction and what isn't? Where would to the book: you live? And where do you start when you need to What would you do if you rebuild your life from had 15 minutes to leave your scratch? home, and you knew it Losing your home and might not be standing when everything you own is such a you came back? What would profoundly life-altering you take? Where would you experience that even now it's go? How would you make hard for me to find words to sure everyone got out safely? describe it. There's just this If you lost your home what huge, gaping hole where would you wish you'd done your life used to be. When differently? Could you have people ask if you need done anything to save it? anything, it's hard to know Would you have enough what to say. Because you insurance? What's covered, need everything. devoted to creating a disaster plan, as well as vital information and emergency kits. Residents shouldn't wait until a fire is bearing down to gather their important documents and irreplaceable items. A companion pocl et guide is also available that walks homeowners step by step through developing their own plans. The book and accompanying pamphlet are available from Masterson's website, suvivingfire.com, on Amazon, or locally at Books & Beyond in Chester. "It's refreshing to hear the story from the homeowner perspective," McCourt said. Biomass presentation to be held Biomass and woody renewables are getting quite the buzz around town, particularly with the news of the Sierra Institute for Community and Environment being awarded a $2.6 million grant from the California Energy Commission to construct a woody biomass boiler project based in Quincy. Meanwhile, the Sierra Institute is forging ahead with a woody biomass-powered combined heat and power facility to be located in Crescent Mills. Proponents said projects like these create jobs, protect drinking water, restore forests and keep communities safer from wildfire. The Sierra Institute will be present at the Indian Valley Community Services District board meeting May 13 to provide a brief presentation on why woody renewables are feasible and an opportunity for Greenville to explore. The presentation will be followed with time for questions and answers. Contact Camille Swezy, Sierra Institute biomass project assistant, at 284-1022 for more information. receive all regular priced items Breakfast * Lunch * Dinner 8am-9pm Offer good Sunday, May i0 only Don't forget: Our succulent Prime Rib 875 E. Main, Quincy 686 Main, Chester