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6A Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Feather River Bulletin CLASSES, from page 1A voted to approve New Beginnings as the county's new domestic violence class provider. Day Reporting Center Prince told the committee that the new Day Reporting Center is close to opening. The center provides a variety of services to low-risk offenders on court-ordered probation. It is moving to two locations on Harbison Street near the courthouse. The DRC was housed at The Resource Center on the west end of Main Street near Dame Shirley Plaza until its lease expired April 30. Sheriff Greg Hagwood said he spoke with a nearby resident and a business owner who "expressed concern" over the center's downtown location. "It may be an educational thing where people need to understand what exactly is and isn't happening there," Hagwood said. Alternative Sentencing Coordinator Stephanie Tanaka said she planned to meet with neighbors and business owners this week. She said she would give them a one-page document with information and business hours for the programs. District Attorney David Hollister emphasized the former DRC location was also downtown and that its clients are customers for local businesses. Prince said beautification of the first building (28 Harbison, adjacent to Sweet Lorraine's) is already underway. The other locationis 56 Harbison, the former Body & Soul building across from the Quincy library. Live streaming The executive committee voted to approve live streaming of the monthly CCP meetings. Prince said he would consult with other departments to see about the possibility of a joint venture to purchase the software and a laptop computer needed to perform the live stream. The software license reportedly costs about $1,500. Mental Health Director Peter Livingston, a member of the CCP executive committee, said "having the video archives available to all citizens at their own convenience is a good thing." Requests for funding Community partners have until June 13 to submit applications for funding. According to Prince, the CCP has received three applications requesting some of the county's $237,000 in Assembly Bill 109 money that was carried over from last fiscal year. The budget committee will consider the requests and make recommendations to the full executive committee. Applications should be submitted to the Plumas County Probation Department, 270 County Hospital Road, Suite 128, Quincy, CA 95971. Anyone with questions about the information required for consideration can contact Dan Prince at 283-6280 or email dan.prince@countyofplumas. com. District issues water ordinance Carolyn Shipp Staff Writer cshipp@plumasnews.com The water crisis in California may not be a crisis for Grizzly Lake Community Services District if residents of the district can be cautious and proactive. To encourage residents to conserve water, the district began water conservation provisions to help prevent any issues with the wells throughout the dry summer. Effective June 15, residents will be on Stage 1, restrictions. These restrictions instruct that no lawns or gardens should be watered from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and not longer than two hours a day. If residents are found violating this restriction there will be a series of warnings and fines if the person continues. The state has mandated that the district cut back its water usage by 20 percent. And though the three wells operated by the district are still producing enough water, District Director John Streeter said it is prudent to take precautions. He said if the well does dry up because it is not able to keep up with the demand, its pumps will overheat and it will burn up the pipes, which is a big cost to the district. "It may not be a problem, but we don't want to take a chance this summer," said Streeter. The water restrictions ordinance is divided into three stages. If it is necessary, the district will go into Stage 2, which is even and odd watering days. If that doesn't help the situation, Stage 3 will restrict watering altogether. Streeter also said if the wells do dry up, they are currently having conversations with Portola Public Works Director Todd Roberts about the cost of piggybacking with the city's water treatment planL However, Streeter said that would be a long way down the road. 00ATTY CONSTRUCTION BUILDING QUALITY SINCE 1984 MICHAEL AND DONAVON BEATTY - OWNERS (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 LIC. #453927 ] CHOOSE YOUR PACKAGE AND SAVE!   .. ..... Not eligible for Hopper or additional $5/mo savings, All offers require 24-month commitment and credit qualification. Monthly DVR and receiver fees apply based on number of rooms. 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Two-day National Trails Day celebration presented by Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship, Plumas National Forest in conjunction with Plumas County Picnic. Fri includes trail etiquette demonstration, live music, libations, games, giveaway, fire truck, bouncy castle, face painting, community expo, Smokey Bear, PNF engine, Chipper the fairgrounds mascot, on-site camping. Fri tickets $20, $15 for pre-registered workers on trail workday Sat. Volunteers meet 9 a.m. Sat near horse arena. Breakfast, lunch provided. Entire event all ages. For tickets: sierratrails.org. For information: Tara Stone, 545-2580, tara@sierratrails.org. Saturday: Quincy United Methodist Church Women's Benefit Yard Sale, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m., Fellowship Hall on corner of Jackson and Church streets. 25th annual Sierra Cascade Street Rodders Show and Shine car show, Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. In conjunction with County Picnic. Military veterans display for free; others register for $25. Proceeds go to local volunteer fire departments, high school sober grad nights, Eastern Plumas Community Assistance Network. Pancake breakfast, vendors, Little League barbecue, Salute to Veterans, fly-over, display of military vehicles. For information, to register: Curt McBride, 832-1049, curtatpitlane@msn.com; Tom Mareina, 283-4359, tmareina@jps.net. Hazardous waste disposal day, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Transfer Station on Abernethy Lane. Feather River Disposal Inc. ROSBY DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE SLURRY SEALCOATING SSIH OIL HOT CRACK FILLING PATCHING FREE ESTIMATES SERVING ALL OF PLUMAS & LASSEN COUNTIES 29581 HWY 89, CANYON DAM, CA 95923 C-12 CA LIC. #762465 530 - 284 - 1474 RIDING FOR A REASON Horse Plus Humane Society Fundraiser In Memory of Kim Blanchard Sunday June 8th, 2014 Call Lisa at 530-283-9770 offers free collection for residential waste only; commercial waste collected for a fee. Not accepted: medical waste, gas cylinders, radioactive or explosive material. County Picnic, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Lion's Club Breakfast 7 - 10 a.m., swap meet set-up starts 8 a.m. Concert Fri night kicks off event. Includes 4-H demonstrations, classic cars, activities, entertainment. For information: fair office, 283-6272. Roller skating grand opening, 7 - 10 p.m., Serpilio Hall at Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Year-round activity sponsored by fairgrounds;, Eastern Plumas Chamber of C0nmerce. $6 per person, includes skate rentals (while supply lasts), music by DJ Outlaw, snacks available for purchase. Personal skates, rollerblades welcome. Family oriented, drug/alcohol/tobacco free. Kids under 10 must be accompanied. For information: Sara Patrick, 927-8425; Christina Tiner, 386-7807. Sunday: Riding for a Reason, signups start 9 a.m., New England Ranch on Quincy Junction Road. Two guided horseback rides, barbecue lunch. Rental horses ayailable from Quincy Stables, 283-0844. Horse Plus Humane Society fundraiser in memory of former DMV manager Kim Blanchard raises money to help horses in need. Lunch $20; ride, lunch $50; ride, lunch, souvenir $75. Make checks payable to Horse Plus Humane Society. For information: Lisa Labbe, 283-9770. Lint ung Carpets Blinds Wood Flooring www.graeaglelightingcompany.com Hours: Open Wed-Sun, 9:30AM - 4PM 7455 Highway 89 P.O. Box 335 Graeagle, Ca 96103 530.836.2383