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14A Wednesday, May 127 2010 Feather River Bulletin Measure A Oversight Committee amends report Linda Satchwell Staff Writer Isatchwell@ plurnasnews.com At the Plumas District Hos- pital board meeting May 6, Bill Wickman, chairman of the Measure A Oversight Committee, presented the committee's annual report, in- cluding a clarification and amendment of the original re- port. Wickman wanted to present the amendment publicly, be- cause at the April Oversight Committee meeting, there had been a "discussion with Andy Ryback about interest rates. He felt they really weren't that high, so why was I reporting in the annual report that they were." Wickman went to PDH bond counselor Gary Hicks for clar- ification. "He has overseen the issuance of $3 billion in bonds, so he is somebody who is credible," said Wickman. At the time the district had to turn an assessment in to the tax assessor's office, Hicks "was using the municipal bond yield curves dated July 15, 2009. At that time," ex- plained Wickman, "the 30- year bond rate would have been 6.56 percent for bonds that would have been asked for and issued for the PDH project." In addition, the state's bond rating was falling drastically which "added 30 - 40 base points to the interest rate, which would have jumped it up to 6.86 - 6.96 percent," said Wickman. Interest rates were still climbing for municipal bonds, so Hicks built that rise into his estimate, coming up with the rate of 7.45 percent. On a contiguous subject, George Terhune announced during public comment the formation of a "Save Our Hos- pital" citizens' group. He said the current plan was to have district residents buy a badge that reads "Save Our Hospital" for a dollar and, at the same time, include their names for publication in a full-page ad. Terhune said the group hoped to gather between 600 and 1,000 signatures and cor- responding dollar amounts that would more than pay for the Feather Publishing ad, $567 at the nonprofit rate. All of the supporters' signatures would be included in the ad. Terhune asked the board and any community members for their "input or participa- tion" in the effort. | FOR PARE IS RUNNING A SALE INSIDE THE STORE DURING ..... THIS EVENTI MATTRESS? E! ROBBINS' X.LARGE BBQ HOT DOG WITH YOUR CHOICE OF TOPPINGS & 16 oz. SOFT DRINK LUXURY FIRM PLATINUM PLUSH FIRM 10 YEAR WARRANTY 5 YR NP/5 YR PRW TWIN SET ............. T.,SWEEKEND 228. QUEEN SET Jow price s49...TH,S WEEKEND 348. FULL SET ............. 268. XmO SET 588 338 low price 829 ..... THIS WEEKEND " QUEEN SET .......... THIS WEEKEND . KInG SET ............ 498. All 18 styles of Simmons and Englander mattresses are stocked and at close-out prices. When they're gone they're GONE! FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED FOR 34 YEARS. Cal. Lic. 448528 OF FURNITURE & CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME OPEN MON.-SAT. 2830 MAIN STREET . SUSANVILLE 257-7788 Health screen The Spring Health Screen- ing is underway this week at Plumas District Hospital. The last day to participate is Thursday, May 13, tomorrow from 6:30 - 8:30 a.m. at the North Fork Family Medicine Building on Valley View Road behind the hospital. No appointments are neces- sary. You must be 18 years or older for blood draws. You must not eat for 12 hours pri- or to the blood draw. You may continue your normal intake of water and take any medication as usual. Testing includes compre- hensive metabolic panel, thy- roid screening, complete blood count, cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL and direct LDL and ratio. Cost is $50, payable by cash or check. For an additional charge, bone density and prostate cancer screenings will be available. Bone density screening appointments may be scheduled at the time of the screening. Tasting at Huff The Mt. Huff Golf Course in Crescent Mills plans a Beer Tasting & Tid-bits fundraiser Sunday, May 16, for Mountain Circle Family Services. The event runs 2 - 5 p.m. and costs $25 per person. The tasting includes im- ports, domestics and micro brews, with snacks. The event includes door prizes and an auction for a set of golf clubs. For tickets call Tani Pre- ston at 284-7007 or e-mail tpre- ston@mountaincircle.org. Early morning & evening appointments available All appointments seen promptly Accept all insurance Friendly and knowledgeable staff PL PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 YOUR HOHE Paint is the most cost-effective way to protect & beautify Your Home Interior & Exterior paint & stain Environmentally-friendly finishes 20 years experience in Plumas & Sierra counties Serving homeowners, business owners, landlords, rental agents and property managers OB PLAYMOND PAINTING ., 836-1339 ,I