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14B Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter PG&E promotes Dam Safety Awareness Day In recognition of National Dam Safety Awareness Day, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. urged those living and working below dams to recognize the signs era potential dam breach and to have or update existing evacuation plans. PG&E has 170 dams in Northern and Central California. The reservoirs behind these dams are used primarily for generating hydropower and are generally smaller than multiyear water storage reservoirs. PG&E representatives said the company takes its role as steward of these waterways and its hydroelectric system very seriously and always keeps the safety of its customers and general public in the forefront of all it does. National Dam Safety Awareness Day occurs May 31 of each year to commemorate the failure of the South Fork Dam in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, in 1889. The dam failure resulted in the loss of more than 2,200 lives and was the worst dam failure in the history of the United States. National Dam Safety Awareness Day was created to encourage and promote individual and community responsibility for dam safety, as well as to provide information on what steps can be taken to prevent future catastrophic dam failures. For 30 years, the federal government has been working to protect Americans from dam failure through the National Dam Safety Program. NDSP, which is led by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is a partnership of states, federal agencies and dam operators like PG&E to encourage individual and community responsibility for dam safety. "Dam safety and integrity are the most important elements of our hydroelectric program," said Randy Livingston, PG&E's vice president of power generation. "PG&E inspects and maintains its dams according to strict safety guidelines, ensuring structural integrity under even extreme conditions. Nonetheless, it is importance to be aware of potential flooding and have an evacuation plan should a dam fail." The nationwide initiative by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is for hydroelectric dam owners to raise awareness among those who live and work downstream of dams and is not a reflection of dam conditions. Two years ago PG&E held open houses and began marling brochures to customers annually to advise them of the need to recognize the signs of a potential dam failure and to identify an evacuation route. These brochures are sent to households and businesses in areas where, in the very unlikely event of a dam failure, they could be impacted by rapidly rising water before they receive notification by local emergency agencies. PG&E has also developed plans with state and local emergency agencies to warn the public in the unlikely event of a sudden dam failure. The utility regularly engages in drills and exercises with emergency agencies. In addition, PG&E also places informational posters in campgrounds, parks and other recreation areas in flood inundation zones throughout its service area. More information is available at and unities/dam-safety. About PG&E PG&E, a subsidiary of PG&E Corp. (NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gasand electric utilities in the United States. Based in San Francisco, with more than 20,000 employees, the company delivers some of the nation's cleanest energy to nearly 16 million people in Northern and Central California. For more information visit Plant society to hold field trips this month The Mount Lassen Chapter of the California Native Plant Society has announced its scheduled field trips for June. Participants for all trips meet at the Chico Park & Ride west lot; contact leaders to arrange alternate meeting sites and times. Bring lunch, water, sun/insect protection, sturdy shoes and money for ride sharing. All trips are open to the public. For more information visit Eagle Rock and Humboldt Summit Lassen National Forest Saturday, June 6, 8:30 a.m. Participants drive up Highway 32 to Butte Meadows area to see some insectivorous plants. The group will then drive through Jonesville and take Humboldt Road (roughly graveled) about 3 miles to the summit at 6,600 feet. Participants will check rock outcrops for fiat-stemmed onion, buckwheat, steerheads and spirea as they hike 1.5 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail to Eagle Rocks at 6,800 feet. At the top will be pink rockfringe and Cycladenia. Returning, the group can make a short side trip to the top of Humboldt Peak at 7,087 feet. Leader: Gerry, 893,5123. Butterfly Valley Botanical Area Plumas National Forest Saturday, June 13, 8:15 a.m. The group will drive about 80 miles northeast via the Feather River Canyon to the visitors' parking lot at Mt. Hough Ranger Station to meet members of the Shasta Chapter and then caravan a short distance to Butterfly Valley at 2,900 feet to 3,700 i feet. Butterfly Valley Botanical Area is designated i a protected area due to the abundance and diversity of plant life, including four species of insectivorous plants, 12 species of orchids, 24 species of lilies and nine species of ferns and fern relatives. Expect to hike in some wet areas. Leader: Linnea, 345-6229. Valley Creek Special Interest Area Plumas National Forest Sunday, June 21, 8:30 a.m. Participants will drive 68 miles past Oroville to the trailhead on La Porte Road (County Road 120). They will hike an easy 2 miles to a park-like ravine among old-growth conifers with a rich understory of herbaceous plants and shrubs. The loop trail drops 200 feet into the ravine where the group hopes to see the forest floor blanketed with a variety of blooming flowers. Leader: Janna, 228-0010. Public Notice NOTICE OF PROPERTY TAX DELINQUENCY AND IMPENDING DEFAULT I, Jullo A. White, Plumas County Tax Collector, State of California, certify as follows: That at the close of business on June 30, 2015. by operation of law, any real property (unless previously tax-defaulted and not redeemed) that have any delinquent taxes, assessments, or other charges levied fo the fiscal year 2014-2015, and/or any delinquent supplemental taxes levied prior to the fiscal yea r 2014-2015, shall be declared tax-defaulted. That unless the tax defaulted property ts completely redeemed through payment of all unpaid amounts, together with penalties and fees prescribed by law OF an installment plan iS initiated and maintained; the property may be subsequently sold at a tax sale in satisfaction of the tax lien That a detailed list of all properties remaining tax-defaulted at the close of business on June 30,2015; and not redeemed prior to being submitted for publication, shall be published on or before September 8, 2018. That information concerning redemption or the Initiation of an installment plan of redemption of tax-defaulted property will be fumishad, upon request, by Julie A. White, Plumes County Tax Collector, 520 Main Street, Room 203, Quincy, CA 95971, (530) 283 - 6260. I certify or (declare), under penalty of perjury, that the foregoing is true and correct. ____..Plfflag C, ounty:TIX C, olleao Executed at Quincy, Plumes County, Califomle on May 20, 2015. Published in Feather River Bulletin, Portola Reporter, Indian Valley Record, Chester ih nJ Progressive on May 27 , June 3 , June 10 , 2015. NOTICE OF IMPENDING POWER TO SELL TAX-DEFAULTED PROPERTY Made pursuant to Section 3361, 3362 Revenue and Taxation Code Pursuit to R,anue and Taxation Codes sections 3691 and 3692A, the following conditions will, by operation of law, subject real proply to the tax collector's power to sell. 1.) All property for which property taxes and essessmants have been in default for five or more years. Note: The power to sell sehedule fur nonresidential commercial property is three or more years o f tax--defaulted status, unless the county adopts, by ordinance or resolution, the five-year tax- default sehedule. 2.) All property that has a nuisance abatcmant lien recorded against it and for which property taxes and assessments have been in default fur three or more years. 3.) Any property that has been identified and requested for purchase by a city, county, eity and ceunty, or nonprofit organization to serve the public benefit by providing housing or services directly related to low-income persons and for which property taxes and assessments have been in default for three or more years. The parcels listed herein meet the one or more of the criteria listed above and thus, will become sobject to the tax collectpr's power to se on Ju y 1,2015, at 12:01 a.m, by opea'ation of law. The tax conector's power to sell will arise unless the property is either redeemed or made subject to an installment plan of redemption initiated as provided by law prior to close of bnsincss on the last business day in June. The fight to an installment plan terminates on the last business day in June, and after that date the entire balance due must be paid in full to prevent sale of the property at public auction. The right of redemption survives the property becoming subject to the power to sell, but it terminates at close of business on the last business day prior to the date of the sale by the tax collector. All iofonnation concerning redemption or the initiation of an installment plan of redamption will be furnished, upon request, by Julia A. White, Plumas County Tax Collector, 520 MaiD Street, Room 203, Quincy, CA, (530) 283 - 6260. The amount to redeem, Including all penalties and fees, as of June 30, 2015, is shown opposite the parcel number and next to the name of the assessee. PARCEL NUMBERING SYSTEM EXPLANATION The Assessor's Parcel Number (APN), when used to describe property in this list, refers to the assessor's map book, the map page, the block on the map, if applicable, and the individual parcel on the map page or in the block. The assessor's maps and further explanation of the parcel numbering system are available in the assessor's ofce. ASSESSOR'S ASSESSEE NAME & PARCEL NUMBER PROPERTY ADDRESS PROPERTY TAX DEFAULTED ON JULY 1,2007 FOR THE TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND OTHER CHARGES FOR THE RSCAL YEAR 2006-2007 O25-450O2-0OO HOLLAND JOSHUA P S 1,650.97 Z860 22NO3, RECKWOURTH 126-182-014-O00 COTA MARILYN $ 599.23 773 MAIN STREET, PORTOLA PROPERTY TAX DEFAULTED ON JULY 1"2008 FOR THE TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND OTHER CHARGES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2007-20( 116-300-O35-0OO HOLMES WENDY MARIE $ 1,222.27 308 E MAIN STREET, EAST QUINCY 12S-261-010-(X)0 SMITH PEGGY L $ 567.17- 432 W PLUMAS AVENUE, PORTOLA 126-O23-002-OOO WELDEN DONNIE E $ 1,327.03 5928 IRON HORSE DRIVE, PORTOLA PROPERTY TAX DEFAULTED ON JULY 1,2009 FOR THE TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND OTHER CHARGES FOR THE FISCAL yEAR 2006-2009 004-320-003-000 CRIM TIMOTHY P & CYNTHIA L H]W $ 1,315.48 6056 DIAMOND MOUNTAIN RD, TAYLORSV/LLE 100-193-013-000 OGLE JEFF S $17,B63.88 539 MAIN STREET, CHESTER 110-016-004-000 WILSON DONALD L & MARY C  398.15 410 SECOND STREET, GREENVILLE 111*180O7-0(]O PEW RANDY A & VALERIE A TRUSTEE $ 42,912.13 390 ARLINGTON ROAD, CREScENT MILLS 111-180-011-000 PEW RANDY A & VALERIE A TRUSTEE $ 7,264.27 377 MILL VIEW ROAD, CREScENT MIELS AMOUNT TO REDEEM BY JUNE 30, 2015 115-O42-012-0OO MC CORMICK RUBY R 11 LINDAN AVENUE, QUINCY 122-150-010-000 WALTERS JEAN E ETAL 60335 OLD MILL POND ROAD, CROMBERG 125-252-013-0OO GRIFFITH KELLY S & DARLENE TRUSTEE 715 E SIERRA AVENUE, PORTOLA 125-252O14-0OO GRIFFITH KELLY S & DARLENE TRUSTEE 739 E SIERRA AVENUE, PORTOLA 125-383-039-000 SANDERS CHARLENE R 246 COLINA COURT DELLEKER 125-412-009-0OO LEDBETTER CATHY J ESTATE DE 243 LADERA LANE, DELLEKER 126-077-005-0OO GRIFFITH KELLY S & DARLENE TRUSTEE 240 PACIFIC STREET, PORTOLA 131-070-013-000 GRIFFITH KELLY S & DARLENE TRUSTEE 209 CLAIRV[LLE ROAD, CLAIRVILLE 140-050-025-000 GEPFORD RICHARD D 80 MAIN STREET, BECKWOURTH PROPERTY TAX DEFAULTED ON JULY 1,2010 FOR THE TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND OTHER CHARGES FOR THE FI5CAL YEAR Z009-2010 001-340-042-000 WILLIS KEN 003-092-045-000 003-092-046-000 003-150-001-0OO 009-364-003-000 009-382-030-000 009-382-031-000 009-382-032-000 009-382-035-000 010-250-O17-000 011-130-004-000 025-120-005-000 025-120-00600 025-160-009-OOO O25-160-O12-000 025-16016-0OO 025-420-001-O00 025-450-025-000 028-040-029-000 028-090-002-000 O28-100-OO5-000 028-100-006-000 028-130-O43-000 EOO-042-030-0OO 100-050-021-OOO 100-O93-007-O00 100-093-O12-O00 100-141-018-OOO 1OO-141-O24-OOO 100-141-025-000 100-141-026-000 1050 MAIN STREET, CHESTER LOVELL TONYA ET AL 2715 TALLPINE COURT, LA PORTE LOVELL TONYA ET AL 2695 TALLPINE COURT, LA PORTE JOHNSON KERRY & BARBARA H/W 100-210-006-0OO 100-291-006-000 100-291-011-000 103-080-020-000 103-250-031-000 103-310-009-000 103-410-023-O00 103-500-038-000 104-051-01B-000 104-061-011-000 104-393-005-000 106-070-005-000 BRUNEL LOUIS P ETAL 2721 FOREST KNOLL LANE, GREENHORN RANCH BRUNEL PETER 2720 FOREST KNOLL LANE, GREENHORN RANCH t BRUNEL PETER 2700 FOREST KNOLL LANE, GREENHORN RANCH BRUNEL PETER BRUNEL LOUIS PETER 2580 MEADOW VIEW LANE, GREENHORN RANCH ALTA MEADOWS RANCH LLC 1185 FRENCHMAN LAKE ROAD, CHILCOOT DEBRITZ BRENDA METAL 12200 CHESTER WARNER VALLEY ROAD, WARNER VALLEY BONNETT MICHAEL & WENDY N H/W 490 IDLE HOUR DRIVE, PORTOLA BONNETr MICHAEL & WENDY N H/W WOMACK SHAUNA ANN LOUISE 5787 GRIZZLY ROAD, GRIZZLY ROAD WOMACK SHAUNA ANN LOUISE MC GARR PATRICK T & DOROTHY A ESTATE OF FRANCE KATHRYN M BROWN DENNIS L & CATHY L H/W ETAL 3120 22NOSY, BECKWOURTH SHAW ARCHIBALD C/11 426 GRIZZLy RANCH ROAD, GRIZZLY ROAD ROTH DAVID A & LEE SILLA 102 RED HAWK, GRIZZLY ROAD SCHOELKOPF ROBERT F & STARLA 65 BIG GRIZZLY, GRIZZLY ROAD DAVID BILL ETAL 47 BIG GRIZZLY, GRIZZLY ROAD ROTH DAVID A 229 SPRING MEADOW DRIVE, GRIZZLY ROAD WILLIS KEN C & PATSY H/W 190 MAIN STREET, CHESTER JACOBS PETER S TRUSTEE 163 MAIN STREET, CHESTER WILLIS KENNETH C 457 THIRD STREET, CHESTER LUGO JOSE CARLOS & ESPERANZA TRUSTEE 450 RIVERSIDE AVENUE, CHESTER WILLIS KENNETH C 439 FIRST AVENUE, CHESTER WILLIS KEN C 407 FIRST AVENUE, CHESTER WILLIS KEN C 413 FIRST AVENUE, CHESTER WILLIS KEN C 340 THIRD STREET, CHESTER JACOBS PAUL DEXTER 629 MAIN STREET, CHESTER NICHOLSON DANIEL J ESO WATSON ROAD, CHESTER WILLIS KEN & PATTY H/W 252 BLACK OAK DRIVE, CHESTER BAILEY CREEK INVESTORS 12 RED RIVER DRIVE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA OAKS SENIOR APARTMENTS LLC 934 MARINA DRIVE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA DU BORD TODD A & TRACY J TRUSTEE 201 FOX PEAK DRIVE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA DUNCAN BRIAN S & KAREN D 11 FOX PAW DRIVE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA TAYLOR BRIAN S & KIMBERLY M H/W 31 TREETOP CIRCLE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA W J W A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP ET AL 499 PENINSULA DRIVE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA CASHMAN TIM & LINDA H/W 439 PENINSULA DRIVE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA CASHMAN TIMOTHY J & LINDA L 512.PINE CIRCLE, LAKE ALMANOR PENINSULA FROWISS ALBERTC JR 7380 HIGHWAY 147, EAST SHORE $ 4,325.35 $ 2,030.59 $ 1,572.62 S 6,i7o.lo $ 1,326.98 $ 4,943.80 $ 1,474.06 $ 5,223.92 $ 20,157.84 $11,039.70 $ 367.51 $ 536.92 $ 315.50 $ 1,578.05 $ 1,537.82 $ 1,509.15 $ 1,518.86 $ 1,903.16 $ 3,219.83 $ 2,867.38 $ 1,246.59 774.24 $ 2,163.81 $ 313.96 $ 542.34 $ 416.50 $ 52,296.15 $17,328.45 $15,752.37 $14,822.48 $14,810.58 "$14,914.70 $ 3,168.20 $ 5,497.01 $ 2,129.40 $ 1,930.88 $ 2,698.05 $ 379.59 $ 1,846.3s $ 624,73 $11,152.04 $ 4,255.44 $ 2,456.39 $ 3,654.63 $ 7,174.90 $ 3,719.87 $ 3,629.09 $ 7,179.O7 $19,545.53 $ 4,775.95 $ 3,741.00 $ 1,920.32 106-242-001-000 RETALLACK ESTHER E ESTATE OF $ 2,690.21 3420 HIGHWAY 147, EASTSHORE 110-190-O01-000 NICHOLSON DANIEL J $ 2,575.02 103 MAIN STREET, GREENVILLE 11Z-101-003-000 CASEY RUFUS L & NANCY C H/W $ 2,002.63 1266 ARARAT DRIVE, BUCKS LAKE i ' I2"11'105"80Q -' STRAqTOIUgAETAE'*',itt !  . ! : ;  :: : $ 173;64 . 1403 FERN DRIVE, BUCKS LAKE 112-112-O06-O00 STRATI'ON LISA ET AL $ 173.64 1405 FERN DRIVE, BUCKS LAKE 112-123-001-000 BERNAEL T GREG $ 1,288.12 1391 CLEGHORN DRWE, BUCKS LAKE 113-162-O01-O00 DOCKINS LARRY W & SUSANNE E $ 720.39 117 ADA LANE, MEADOW VALLEY 113-162-002-(]00 DOCKINS LARRY W & SUSANNE E $ 720.39 95 ADA LANE, MEADOW VALLEY 113-163-005-000 DOBSON PAUL A $ 2,039.66 312 SPANISH VIEW DRWE, MEADOW VALLEY 116-290-046-000 MC CORMICK NORMAN B & RUBY HV $ 3,811.37 827 E MAIN STREET, EAST QUINCY 116-300-011-000 PEW JARED A ETAL $ 627.58 117-230-006-0(30 MITCHELL ROBERT D & MARGUERITE A $ 59&19 122-140-047-000 8IRKS JAMES W $ 662.62 59655 HIGHWAY 70, CROMBERG 122-140-054-000 BIRKS JAMES W $ 1,269.27 59791 HIGHWAY 70, CROMBERG 122-140-055-O00 BIRKS JAMES W $ 6,012.66 59669 HIGHWAY 70, CROMBERG 122-250-O02-000 TERRY BERNICE C ETAL $ 7,532.56 60282 MT TOMBA ROAD, CROMBERG 122-250-(]O3-O00 TERRY BERNICE C ETAL $ 23,622.59 60300 MTTOMBA ROAD, CROMBERG 123-010-O14-O00 TRONOFF BRUCE T & KRISTI L HN $ 1,728.37 4350 23N33, MOHAWK 123-010-O16-O00 TRONOFF BRUCE T & KRISTI L HV $ 1,962.76 4545 23N33, MOHAWK 123-150-O10-O00 DAVID VAN FARRELL GROUP $ 21,651.47 8930 HIGHWAY 89, BLAIRSDEN 123-330-009-O00 SHAKESPEARE RONALD J $11,218.48 17 BRIAN DRIVE, MOHAWK 123-350-007-O00 CHRISTENSEN JEFFREY A $ 283.64 4540 23N33, MOHAWK 125-093-O04-000 DECKER ROSE E 1/6 ET AL $ 373.24 74369 RIVER ViEW AVENUE, PORTOLA 125-104-OO5-0OO PARRISH DONALD L & ANNA J HN $ 714.72 74388 PLUMAS AVENUE, PORTOLA\\; 125-107-011-OOO PARRISH DONALD L & ANNA J H/V $ 846.15 74380 MILL AVENUE, PORTOLA 125-162-009-000 EMETERIO SHELBA F ESTATE OF $ 3,527.19 708 WEST STREET, PORTOLA 125-205-006-000 CARMICHAEL CHARLOTTE V $ 6,098.82 296 E MAGNOLIA AVENUE, PORTOLA 125-222-012-000 LA JOLLA LOANS INC. $ 1,599.46 125-222-01300 LA JOLLA LOANS INC. $ 1,599.46 125-251-009-000 WENTLING DANIEL G & LAURIEL H $ 4,004.21 533 E SIERRA AVENUE, PORTOLA 125-291-O08-000 WENTLING DANIEL G & LAURIEL H HV $ 3,127.24 125-383-023-0OO WALKER RUTH R ESTATE OF $ 3,411.75 227 ARRIBA AVENUE, DELLEKER 125-392-001-000 RUSCH CHRIS $ 913.71 355 BELLA VISTA DRIVE, DELLEKER 125-402-025-000 51MPSON AILSA ET AL $ 2,280.05 316 BELLA VISTA DRIVE, DELLEKER 126-021-008-{)00 8LAIR RICHARD & HEATHER HV $ 4,652.65 5767 CASEY JONES ROAD, PORTOLA 126-024-005-000 SIMPSON AILSA ET AL $ 1,847.32 5666 SEMAPHORE ROAD, PORTOLA 126-O77-OO1-000 VILLAFUERTE CHRiSTIAN R $ 3,825.11 201 MAIN STREET, PORTOLA 126-O87-O10-OOO SMITH EMMET Q $ 1,817.94 240 S PINE STREET, PORTOLA 126-122'.O07-'0OO WHITMIRE CRAIG TRUSTEE $ 700.05 126-171-019-000 FISH RICHARD R & BRIDGETTE A  $ 9,938.75 450 NEVADA STREET, PORTOLA 126-172-014-000 WILKINSON CODY M $ 4,829.32 421 NEVADA STREET, PORTOLA 126-172-O15--000 WILKINSON CODY M $ 3,686.87 411 NEVADA STREET, PORTOLA 126-181"011-(O NIEMINEN MARC & BARBARA J H/W $ 2,003,57 446 SAMANTHA DRIVE, PORTOLA 128-151-012-000 PAWELK AMANDA E & SOMERVELL JAXE I $ 2,8S5.01 3491 FAWN LANE, GRIZTA.Y ROAD 128-151-017,O00 TAYLOR JOHN E $ 940.56 3554 GRIZZLY ROAD, GRIZZLY ROAD 129-052.-009-,000 TERRY BERNICE C TRUSTEE $ 11,868.77 412 LUNDY LANE MOHAWK 130-290-010.-$46 HAMLIN DAVID A $ 14,699.15 46 GRAEAGLE MEADOWS ROAD. GRAEAGLE 131-310-O18-000 GOLD MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION INC A ca. N-P CORP $ 97.06 131-340-011-0DO GOLD MOUNTNN HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATJON $ 4,983,29 531-262-021-$43 PRESTIGE DEVELOPMENT LLC A CA LLC $ 96,$4 531-262-021-544 PRESTIGE DEVELOPMENT LLC A CA LLC $ 96.$4 t ofy, ua the pmalty of ire'jury, that the forqulng is true and enrre . /__-/lulie A. White, Phmms Cotmty Tax Collector Executed at Quint, Plumas Cotmty, California, on May 20, 2015. Published in Feath River Bulletin, Portola Reporter, Indian Valley Record, Chester Progremiv on May 27 , Jtmo 3' and .Irma 10, 2015.