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ZOA Tuesday, Jo,y 3, 2001 From Page One Feather River 3ther Ri~ L Grand Marshalls Anthony and II Continued from page 1A Former supervisor Phil Bresciani drove Supervisor Don Clark through town in a vintage auto, while Congress- man Wally Herger rode in a white convertible. Olympic hopeful Tim Kreth sprung through the pa- rade on a trampoline loaded on a flatbed. He performed some of the stunts that have ranked him 13th in the na- tion. The weekend's festivities began and ended with danc- ing. Friday night, June 29, the Graeagle picnic grounds played host to a swing dance, while a street dance in Blairsden will cap off activi- ties July 3. Now the Fourth of July scheduled events swing to other portions of the county. (See schedule.) What's a Fourth of July pa- rade without Uncle Sam? The Mohawk Valley Inde- pendence Day Parade had its own representative. ~...V .... Jeanine Martinez rode the parade route in style. S L," ]-@ AM J Tr t"/',NS "This is the bike that started it all," announced parade emcee John Willlamsonid the this bicycle was pulled through town to lead off the Bob and Jeanne Britton Mamoiguide Bicycle Brigade. ,The t .'ted a essr d Ac( impb Estate of Lawry Mining hearing ]l be t NOTICE OF PETITION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORoAn $ TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF Helen Hall Bureau of Land Management Joma, Lawn/, aka Helen Elizabeth Lawn/, Helen H. Notification of Public Hearing Rega~...ed" Lawn/, Helen E. Lawty, Decedent. Surface Mining Control and Redamation!'.~u : ,.--lets, Case Number 5985 (SMCRA), Section 601, Petition to To a(l heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contin- Federal Lands Unsuita~ for Non-coal nter. gent creditors and persons who may be oth- ing in Pluinas County, California. :net a erwise interested in the will or estate, or Notice is hereby given, in accordance Ili] cal both, of Helen Hall Lawn/, aka Helen Eliza- Section 601 of the Surface Mining C~BV $4 and Reclamation Act (SMCRA), the B~ nri-~ Lawry.beth Lawry, Helen H. Lawry, Helen E. f Land Managemant willbe holcrmg al~v%., A Petition For Probate has been filed by lic hearing to gather comments on the'~vet~J Robert K. Lawry in the Superior Court of ability for noncoai mining of p~......io i I~?l~l.~! Calilornia, County of Plumas. eastern Genesee Valley. :specifica~ff,, ..~ The Petition For Probate requests that: square miles of federal land adrnirdst~ted Cameron Howard, far right, of Portola Boy Scout Troop #57 distributed to those attending the Mohawk Valley independence Day Parade. He gave away many flags, including those to, from left: Ryan, Micaela and Kyle Bayfield, of Sparks, Nev. Robert K Lawry be appointed as personal the U. S. Forest Service located within 5]le K] representative to administer the estate of tions 25 and 36, Township 26 N, Rang~ed $ t the decedent. E, and Sections 30 and 31, Township 21,~ ~n~ The Petition requests the decedenrs WILL Range 2 E, MDB&M, Plumas County, E]~e ~ and codicils, if any, be admitted to probale, forma, o. -~.,.....~ t to The will and any codicils are available for The hearing will be held in the [,=T.-,.,,',_ examination in the file kept by the court. Grange Hall located at 4322 Main Sl~nool The Petition requests authority to administer Taylorsville, Plumas County, Caiifomla,~vvo r American flags the estate under the Independent Adminis- Wednesday, July 25, 2001, from 7 to ~nth tration of Estates Act. tThis authority will al- p.m. All public comments will be recodiche[ tow the personal representative to take and the transcript will become part ol~,~... -z~ QE many actions without obtaining court, ap- record. Comments provided by membe#..' ~: r --, ,~ulng proval. Before taking certain very important the, gene aJ public will be reviewed an~ v ,,-. actions, however, the personal representa- sidered in rendering a final determina~ I'lq five will be required to give notice to inter- this noncoal mining land suitability petit~sttN, ested persons unless they have waived no- In addition, an informational meeting w,~tabli rice or consented to the proposed action.) so be hold two weeks prior Io the P~ht s( The independent administration authority bearings at the Taylorsville Grange I-I~n ,~ wilt be granted .unless an interested person Wednesday, July 11,2001, from 5 to 8 I~=~;' b~ tiles an objection to the petition and shows The purpose of this meeting is to ~ ilia good cause why the court should not grant ' - :..~O~ ,~ the ~io with information regan3ng ,~ .. the authority tant details of the SMCRA, Section 601 l~n(:lLrl A hearing on the petition will be held or) July tion process and relevant facts and ~ c e i "~ 23, 2001, at 9.t)0 a)h. at'the.Sulkier Coud.- pe~tainingto the case. ])Va] t, of California, County of P]umasl I~pl 'One, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTR~ATO Courthouse, 520 W. Main Street, Depl. One, (name, phone number, title or office) iJtia*,~ Quincy, CA 95971.. Modesto Tarnondeng (Mining Engineer)'.,..._," IF YeLl OBJECT to the granting of the peti- DOI BLM- CASe (916) 978-4372 ~:,:tune lion, you should appear at the hearing and. David Lawler (Geologist) US DOI BLM Ftab]i stale your objections, or tile written objec- tions with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your at- torney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must file your lion 9100 of the California Probate Code The time tot 1iling claims will not expire be- What's a mall homatown parade without a fire engine? This vintage "C" Road truck fore four months from the date of the hear- made the parade route, ing date noticed above. SO (916) 978-4365 ary Lee Ann Taylor (Public Affairs Officer) lUstai] DA USFS PNF (530) 263-7850 Ins se Published FRB, IVR !rati( June 20, 27, July 3, 11,2001 res a claim with the court and mail a copy to the Estate of Guidici issro( dan personal representative appointed by the NOTICE OF PETITION ~ court within four months from the date of TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF JudyG!~e L" first issuance of letters as provided in Sec- Guidici, Decedent. ~scov Case Number 5981 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, gent creditors and persons who may be~ -- erwise interested in the will or estale, i YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the both, of Judy Glenn Guidici. I .. -. court. If you are a person interested in the A Petition For Probate has been filed i ~ ~ estate, you may file with the court a formal Barn/K. Matulich and Robyn A. Harg~ ~ i Request for Special Notice of the filing of an ,~ ] ~ inventory and appraisal of estale assets or the Superior Court of Calitornia, C.,~n~f ir ~g~', r~ of any petition or account as provided in Plumas. i I ~ ~ , ~ Section 1250 of the California Probate The Petition For Probate requests that: ~ I i i Code. A Request for Special Notice form is ry K. Matulioh and Robyn A. Harg~ ~1( I i i available from the court clerk, appointed as personal represemtative tO~ I me i Signed: Attorney for Petitioner, David L. minister the estate of the decedent, i I The Petition requests the decedent's li~ | "-~ ~ Adrian, Attorney at Law, 514 Jackson and codicils, it any, be admitted to ~ I I ,= ,,._ __tll ..... ,,_e,=~ ~ I Street. P.O. Box 809, Quincy, CA 95971, The will and any codicils are available I I .AIC:]pI alJUl, 1(530) 2 3-20e0. i I Filed: June 20, 2001 examination in the file kept by the court. ~ I I_ ,,~ t.t ,.-I . SheriWert, Court Administrator The Petition requests authority to admidi I i (31.11U ! By Deborah Buffer, Deputy the estate under the Independent ~ I trat~n of Estates Act. (This author/wt~ i I - ,, -!= J ---- - I Published FRB low the personal representative tO ~ ! I gaKe an aoOlglOnal I June 27, July 3,11,2001 many aclions without obtaining COUd ! OO O Mining Declaration actions, however, the personal 11' I -- i NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO twe wdl' be required to give notice to. ~'1 ,=i/I' -" ~ I--,, = ADOPT A NEGATIVE DECLARATIONested persons unless they have w~ i on any l'lzza or t_;alzone I for tice or consented to the proposed actS, i v I Riverside Rock The independent administration auth~ J I . ~ Permit to Mine & Reclamation Plan wilt be granted unless an interested ~ CALL IN 2,83 5619 = ~ooot-Ol filesanobjection to the petit= and I - I Sloat good cause why the court should not pl I ~ INOTICE.is given that Negative Declaration the authority, .; I ~ ( J I # 530 has determined that the following pro- A hearing on the petition will be held on,~ ; 1770 E. Main Quincy ~ e~_~I ject will not have a s~jnificant effect on the 9, 2001, at 9:00 a.m. at the Superio{ (;~ =. ... ~ ~ .... ~~ environment. This document is proposed toof California, County of Plumas, DepL O~ e~JI I ross [rom rwapa . u(o rarts I n filed w,th the ( ) }~--------] _~..T~ be adopted and has bee " " Courthouse, 520 W. Main Street, Re! ~i, I Planning Department. It is now available for 104, Quincy, CA 95971. ! ,]L = J inspection and review IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the P~ ~l~ LIIIm IIImi ~111~1 nil IIIIminl'nliil~lilm~i~ iil~n~ilil mill" T " " " " " " __ __ ~ h~s prelect consists of the mmmg and tion, you should appear at the hearing I~ l - -- _ I reclarrmtion of approximately eighteen state your objections, or file written ~ "W~, I \V//d/A lfl/lily ll~ ~ IMII acres ola sand and gravel bar adjacent to tionswith the court before the--~ w, the Middle Fork of the Feather River near appearance may be in person or by y~.a'| sloat. It has been estimated that approxi- torney. | I~ I \\\V V///////~\\\ II1~=" i11~ IIII III~z~ ~ IIII III! i mately 50200 cubic yards of material is IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a I ................ .... I currently available for extraction, with addi- creditor of the deceased, you must file )~ ,., [i ............ ~ tional material available dependant upon claim with the courl and mail a ~ to ~ r deposition. Mining will take place between personal representative appointed by ! I , _ ........ May 1st and November 1st of the year. court within four months from the date I I I _ _ .... ~ i These dates may be modified by the De- f~t issuance of letters as provided in~ I / f]tf".-ll I nrprnpT r I partrnent of Fish & Game's streambed alter- tion9100oftheCalifomiaProbale~ iJ I L i I I.., i I ation agreement. The time for ~ng claims will not exam [ n I surf the world wide web .... , .. 1| This project is located at 1373 Sloat Road fore four months from 1~ dale of the t~ I , ., -,-, " -~ ~,~l~ near the town of Sloat;T23N/R. 11EJS. 15 ing date notioedabove, ~ I"~l~ I Get your own E-Marl address MDBM. YOU MAY EXAMINE lhe file kept by | I'~ I .... " ~ N ~. ~ -.,,~ The review pedod for this Negative Declara- court. If you are a person interested in~ I 1 U dUD J~/' ~ _..,.,t,.,'~4~,.,.~tll~,LE~ tion is from July 4, 2001through August 2, eslate, you may file with the courl a ~ l il "-'w "--W I / ~Omr .... ~ ~2001. Written comments concerning this Request for Special Notice of the filing ol~ " I Jt j 11 me I ' me, document will be accepted through the last inventory and appraisal of estate ~ I ,, ~. .. ~ ~ , t "o"mr ," ~, ~" " I day ol the review period. A public hearing of any petition or account as provideOJ,l~ I Unllmltea acce~ on/()ca/numbers I for this project will be held before the ton- li~ectiofl 1250 of the California Prol~:~ I ,~dditionai tees an(t hook-upco,~ ma~ apply I ing Administrator at 10:00 a.m., August 8, Code. A Request for SI~ Notice f~ .l=,~, I .~e ~ro~e k~r de(~t* ' '' I 2001, in the Board of Supervisors Room, availablehomthecoutlderk. ~rI / ~ Plumas County Courthouse, Quincy. Signed; Attorney for Petitioner, Ba~ = ~F r lurth r mf rm tJ n o e o a 'o on this project Matulich, 1540 River Park Drive, Suite ~t please contact James Graham at the Sacramento, CA 95815, (916) 922-7084.ilL Plumas County Planning Department, Filed: June 8, 2001 |~Vi 283-6210, 520 Main Street, Room 121, Shed Wert, Courl Administrator "' "al Quincy, CA 95971. By Pam Marcherd, Deputy Published FRB 7~3/01 Published FRB June 20, 27, July 3, 2001 Crowds lined Highway 89 through Graeagle to get good view of tho annual Fourth of July parade. a