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July 11, 2001

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County News Wednesday, July 11,2001 ,ldlef .o olkN' n ould4lY 6. 1971, Richard uplfmed the Watergate I gol and Plumes Coun- ,[om Frady. years later, unlike wh0tbers, Frady is still OV. . 'fro who has spent the ff his 30 years as the ent chief of the pro- department, was Gland praised by his others last week. _s_ed for photos and i a few one-liners, sk?']-and nonalcoholic I p, assed around. } s personnel de 9 t )mU t even sent Frady a netl e to mark the occa- I ", e~_ : ) ition, Frady remains preSe's senior chief pro- ion fficer, having put E ae on the ,b ks than io r county s top pro- - e~.' SS. :! so many years that .fled n cyclist Adam Lau- on d TV star Karl .lr d et were born the ir . y Frady was hired :m unty. m of longevity for rt-' ing officials, Frady up there with the ! names in Plumas , bernethy served 22 m . . : :, Chief Probation Officer Tom Frady celebrated 30 years with week, as colleagues honored him for his career's longevity. years as county sheriff as James Moncur served as part of a 30-year career in Plumas County Superior the department. Judge for 42 years. I R I Nelson said he also would pose Brownlee's plans because ~~:~~tPT-'--~Wh- ltO:aseC~ like to see the road upgraded they do not want to see their and he believed that some of quiet neighborhood disturbed the costs could be recovered by by development and they be- -- reationallogging a portion of the county lieve the road is inadequate to would bring?, property, and perhaps even support such a plan. he Planning department selling some of the property. The supervisors asked Pub- .r idents of Beskeen Lane Pearson agreed, saying that lic Works Director Tom Ke , bUt developer Ed the property provides no bene- Hunter to provide cost esti- says yes, if road ira- fit to county taxpayers now; mates for improving the road, ents are made. The rather, it simply serves as and they also voted to uphold County Board of Su- s kl hose deeisioa it is, open space for the area. the planning departments de- While the supervisors dis- cision to deny a zone change at r~~ .~'ilptOvisittl~la~ " cussed improving the road, thistime, because of the road's [8~mrttmmselves- they did not discuss Brown- inadequacy. It will be dis- the board's July alee's plan to develop the pro - cussed again if the road is im- Supervisors B[f. erty. Beskeen residents op- proved. and Ken Nelson I what they found. rson said he believed road could and should ved, and that he also Eve.,ry, one is invited to "go fly ative/best flyer; most creative ended adding a bike a kite ' at the Kaleidoscope age 5-9; most creative age 10-14; the same time, which orner Kite Kontest scheduled and best "blooper" kite - the Lhelp the American Val- for 2 P.m. Saturday, july 14, at funniest, silliest kite. 1 nways Committee cre- the Plumes-Sierra County There will be prizes galore, / etwork of bike paths Fairgrounds. and refreshments as well. the American Valley. The event will kick off with "Kids" of all ages are invited to 'dncy. =oven LlS sought to help m: ieCtl expenses in- ! tly by a Quincy I works in Porto]a. ~ttts,_19, cook at Wal- a Y Lodge. has under- recent surgeries for Usual condition that one of his lungs to col- i ough his Parents, Kim Titus, of Quincy, have that COvers some of : Son s medical expenses, Tahoe Forest Hos- n Truckee go beyond COverage. account at Phunas "INQUIRE INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" k.aas .been established in ca,,om s,a,eP.,.t St i a tus s name. ut'.f'pocket expe .rises s sa, ,e nsive, said Kim, wno Lake A~manor L) i 0Se who are willing mute to the fund, that will go exclusively r cUcal __._ _ expenses. J,ake-isn t working as ne s a student at Feath- Co ege, looking to cOmPuter science ma- U ons can be sent in 5 i rittm s name to Plumes t, 336 West Main Street, I ) t( ).kl t'1 ,\1)5 the contest, which will judge give their kite a go. It's fun for the winners, age 5 to 14, in the the whole family! following categories: most cre- INVESTIGATI01i$; Criminal - - - - Business i .~ ~,~1~ Workers Compensation Criminal History { 1~'~ ~" i~ Acodent InvesbgatJ~ Personal Injury ! "~ Photo and Video Survedlar~ Bu~r~ss & Creda I [ / ~ "~.~ '" I Backgrounds , Process Servir~l ASSet a Propedy ~ctles Oworce & ChilO C.u~ody i Frank Skrah Pre-eer~oyn'~n! De~alory PubliC F,hr~gs i Retired LAPD Su" ,'visor Bus,hess Licenses ~ Expert Witness (t~ .... J_I'~ Pie-Sentencing Reports ~,,l~cement rnattlw~) o~ uetect,ves (zb years; Photo by Dave Keller Plumes County lest 7V'ur r has been established Bank to help defray costs of Joy McClel- Clellan is one of the .l ople who was critically m an automobil " - . e accl- K dncy Junction Road ibutlons may be made Quincy branch on Main Check the outside area near your air conditioner. Trim shrubs and remove accunmlatcd dcbris. This will dccI-cn~c electric consumption and increase efficiency! Brought to )'o.u by' Plumbing/Heating, Sheet Metal Co. Inc. 283-1605 ]/~,k' fiff a m'w ~,Iolicc m~xt n'eeL,' LPM 20(11 Despite a thunder and the central part of the forest, lightning storm that shookTaylor explained. High and drenched parts of Plumas amounts of precipitation, fol- National Forest, only 10 lowed by high humidity and small fires were reported by 8 low winds, have helped to a.m. Tuesday, July 10. keep the few fires that did Hundreds of lightning start small. strikes were recorded Taylor said the forest has throughout the forest, accord- plenty of resources to handle ing to Lee Anne Schramel the incidents. Taylor, public information of- As of July I0, the Tahoe ficer, and Lessen national forests One fire was reported at ahad reported no major inci- quarter of an acre; the other dents, although, over on the nine were a 10th of an acre or Klamath National Forest, less, she said. several large fires were start. Most of the lightning hit ed. YOU TOO CAN BE BEAUTIFUL Our eyewear specialists are happy to help you select an attractive frame. Please see Drs. Gilman & Gilman for a complete eye and vision examination. D RS_ GIL_ 68 Central Ave. Quincy 283-2206 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, V~sion and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, for- eign "body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. q Quincy & East Quincy Community Services District requests your cooperaUon in voluntarily conserving water. The drought sRuation will result in shortages, which could reduce pres- sure on fire hydrants and otherwise hamper fire protection unless lmmedmte steps are taken to conserve water. Please observe the following fluidelines: 1. Alternating watering days as following: a) Residence/Business addresses ending with an EVEN number will only water on EVEN calender days. b) Residence/Business addresses ending with an ODD number will only water on ODD calendar days. 2. Outside watering can be done before 7:00 a.m. and after 7:00 p.m. We appreciate your cooperation and assis- tance in meeting this community need. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Quincy CSD at 283-0836 or East Quincy CSD at 283-2390 for additional information. )