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IOA Wednesday, July 25, 2001 Environmental News USeNoT EPermitoFhearingpu . H J ING uln cL ByTenl Daoust tory northern pike Oct. 15, tecting the water allotment lion for long The Board of Supervisors will hdd a public r "I Portola Editor 1997. through the Lake Davis wa-cording to heanng on the le ng matter on Wednes- ,sale , . The Portola City Council is The Plumas County Floodter contract. The Plun day, August 8, 2001,inthe Board of Super- NOTICE OF Trustees SALE not prepared to give Plumas Control District owns the "Many of those residentsof Superviso- sors Room, CourU x , Oulncy, C or- FIL NO: 0149500167 SERVICE County the go-ahead to put Lake Davis water treatment remember the hard times approval forL nieL 10:00 a.m. Special Use Permit- Earl CALMCO SERVICING #1000417756 ~ Lake Davis treatment plant, which derives waterthat fell on Portola during apply for Thompson-Theater-Quincy. . .B)RROWERi" CKt , N;JR .... planet back on-line until it can from the lake, and has been the drought years pre-Lakeeral grants YUU Pd'll:: Inl UI::rP~UL/ VPilJl::rl /~ The Planning Department has received an n ..................... be assured that the county off-line since the poisoning. Davis and fear that the improve the application from Earl Thompson for a spe- L,I:I:U uP/rtub/, uPdr'u 4ULI /o _.._ J..~; ..... #nhl^ . ..,..~. ................... cau waltz The facility also provided drought could return again," and $250,000 zwu. un,,-oo rvu ....... water to the Grizzly Lake Re- he said. . financial eambly USeconsistingPermit to est ish a plaCeof a theater Thefpro- as. TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT hnta tlm eetSi sesP rt ae;: sort Improvement District Since the May 2000 meet-ments were posed facility is located at 541 Main Street, MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. Quincy;APN 115-013-015. IFYOU NEEDAN EXPLANATION OF That message was deliv- (GLRID), and untreated wa-ing, city officials have be- of the nego This project is not sut ect to CEQA require- THE NATURE OF THE PROCEED-ered to the residents of Porto- ter is allocated to the come aware of two inspection settlement ment under Section 15062(b)(3) of the INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD la through a city newsletter, founders at Grizzly Ranch.and review reports conduct- The countY Plumas County Environmental Review CONTACT A LAWYER. according to City Adminis-Murphy said in August ed by the DHS, division ofhired the Guidelines. For further information on the above hear- OnAugust 8, 2001 at 11:00 AM, Fi- trator Jim Murphy. 1998, the California Depart- drinking water and environ-neering f'E1n.. . ing contact James Graham, Plumes Corn- del~ National Foreclosure Solutions, Portola has not been using ment of Health Services mental management, ad- to investigat ty Planning Department (530) 283-6210. as duly appointed Trustee under deed Lake Davis as a potable wa-(DHS) approved the use of dressing the condition and ments neede41 recmmenda i I If you challenge the above project in court,of trust dated July 26, 2000 executed ter supply since the Depart- Lake Davis as a potable wa- present state of the treatment provements [] you may be limited to raising onlythose is- by Charles A. Jackman Jr., Tammi L ment of Fish and Game ter source for dispersion plant. sues you or someone else raised at the Jackman as trustor, recorded August (DFG) poisoned the lake's wa- through the treatment plant. Murphy said that both re- plant. I public hearing descnped in this notice, or in 2,2000 as Instrument No. 2000-05159 ters with a rotenone com- Since that time, the Portola ports, one for the short-term Their re written correspondence delivered to the Board of Supervisors at, or prior to, the of the official records of the recorder's pound to eradicate the preda- City Council has been re]uc- use of the. treatment plantgust and the public hearing, office of Plumas County, California, tent to use Lake Davis water, and the other for the long-could take Notice is further given that said hearing is W[tl SELL AT PUBUC AUCTION TO In May, the city held a term use of the treatment years to comll! being held in accordance with Government THE HIGHEST BIDDER for cash, or [ i] Code Sections 65355 and 65855. cashiers check (drawn and payable at town hail meeting to discuss plant, have found that there to Murphy. the issue of whether or not to are several violations of ex- For the Written comments should be mailed to the the time of sale in lawful money of the NOTICE OF DECISION return to Lake Davis water,isting regulations that need providing Zoning Administrator, 520 Main Street, United States as specified in section USDA FOREST SERVICE the Commerc Room 121, Quincy, Caiifomia 95971. 5102 of the Financial Code); At the POISON DEFENSIBLE FUEL PROFILE Dr. David Spath, d ector ofto be addressed before the through wil]o j Published FRB July 25, 2001 Main Street entrance to the CountyZONE (DFPZ) AND DHS, attended to help inform treatment plant is returned Public Works Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, GROUP SELECTION (GS) the public about the waterto service. "The report points out that established 30-DAY COMMENT PERIOD ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT U.S.D.A. FOREST SERVICE PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST PROJECT NAME Crystal Adams Defensi- ble Fuel Profile Zone and Group Selection RANGER DISTRICT: Beckwourth COUNTY: Rumas PROJECT ABSTRACT AND PROPOSED ACTION'. An Environmental Assessment lEA) has been completed for the Crystal Adams Defensible Fuel Profile Zone and Group Selection Project on Rumas Nation- al forest land. The Project is designed to construct a Defensible Fuel Profile Zone (DFPZ) and to harvest timber by means of group selection within the Crystal Adams areal The Forest Service proposed action would treat approximately 4760 acres of DFPZ lands that fall within Genera] Forest, Old Forest Emphasis Areas, Riparian Habi- tat Conservation Areas, and the Adams Peak Roadless Area Review and Evalua- tion (RARE) II Area. DFPZ treatment pre- scriptions would include burning a~d hand and mechanical thinning. AdditJonaUy, 589 aores are proposed for group selection har- vest. The project area is within the French- man and Escarpment Management Areas, as described in the LRMP, and is within all ol- portions of T: 25N15 through 17E, T: 24N 5 through 17E, and T: 23N 15 through 17E. The environmental documentation is avail- able for public review at Beckwourth Ranger District, Plumes National Forest, 23 Mohawk Road, Blairsden, CA, 96103, Responsible Official: Angela Dillingham Comments are invited on this proposed ac- tion and environmental essessmenL Corn- melts must meet the specific requirements CA all right, title and interest convey~ PROJECT testing programs the state RumasNationaIForest has implemented, interpret the facility is 30 years old ter resources to and now held by it under said Deed Bec~wourth Ranger District of Trust in the following described P umescounty, California the test results and report on with numerous structural poisoning oftheJ property situated in the aforesaid On July 25, 2001, Angeia Dillingham, future water and sediment process and operational prob-Current waL ' County and State, as more fully de- Bcckwourth District Ranger, made the testing to be performed, lems," said Murphy. city is avera scribed in the Deed of Trust. 124 decision to implement Alternative 4of Murphy said that since the He went on to say that mately 900,000~ whether it would be prudentgallons per daYJJ Ctough Street Quincy, CA 9597.1 APN the Poison Defensible Fuel Profile Zone meeting, the city has heard (DFPZ,) and Group Selection (GS) Pro- 116-362-016 ject Environmental Assessment (EA). from a majority of residents to rehabilitate the existing fa- Murphy. The undersigned Trustee disclaims Alternative 4 would construct 14miles who feel the city should re- cilities or construct a newThe city's any liability for any incorrectness of of DFPZ averaging approximately turn to using Lake Davis we- water treatment plant is de- tanks are the street address and other common yimile wide, over approximately 3,034 ter and who cautioned the pendent upon many factors, full level d designation, if any, shown herein. Said including but not limited to however, the acres by treating ground and ladder fu- city on the importance of pro- sale will be made, but without els and -reducing canopy cover to ap- funding, needed flow capaci-se,r ,e still exis covenant or warranty, expressed or proximately 40%, with a combination implied, regarding title, possession, or ofunderbuming, hand thimaing, and ty in the future, and the ur- Should anY I : : Igency to treat water from our water res encumbrances, to pay the remaining SierramechanicalNevadatreatmeat'Forst PlaninCrpratingAmendmentthe : i Lake Davis as a water source y reason werJ principal sum of the note(s) secured (framework) standards for the DFPZ. 30-DAY COMMENT PERIOD for the City of Poctola. aw th mandatprf] by said deed of trust, with interest Approximately 71 acres of group selection ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT thereon, as provided in said note(s), would occur both within and outside the DF- U.SDA. FOREST SERVICE The report's summary find- servation and/~ advances, if any, under the terms of PZ. No trees 24" DBH (d~meter at breast PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST ings discuss the filtration tioning simJ~J the deed of trust, estimated fees, height) or greater would be harvested in the PROJECT NAME: process, dish.action process, mer of 1998," charges and expenses of the trustee groups, due to potential impacts on late Chase/Chase Enclosure Grazing Allotment chemical feed and water Currently, and of the trusts created by said deed set41 values. Areas that were Environmental Assessment plant systems, staffing and utility is mee of trust, to-wit $148,734.86. to treat were dropped. RANGER DISTRICT: Beckwourth maintenance, and housekeep- existJ ng custo Dated: July 18, 2001 Fidelity National In order to access the DFPZ and group se- COUNTY: F~umas is considerable_] lection while protecting riparian values, reiD- PROJECT' ABSTRACT AND PROPOSED ing. Foreclosure Solutions, as trustee, cation of FS.Road No. 28NO1 along Lag ACTION: An Environmental Assessment Murphy said it is because growth and 3636 Camino Del Rio North, Suite Chance Creek near the west boundary of lEA) has been completed for the of these reports that the city off'tciaJs.~ 200, San Diego, CA 92108 (619) 528- Unit 21 would be accomplished under sept- Chase/Chase Enclosure GreZ~ng Allotment council is not prepared to Any proposed 4688 (916) 387-7728 (714) 573-1965- rate contract and completed in the year Project on Plumas National Forest system Sales Information 2002 Hauling of material from units tribu- land. The EA documents the ar~ysis of a~- give the county the go-ahead ment in the ciff~ By: Shannon Mottola, Authorized Sig- tan/to this road would be restncted until re- ternatives for authorization of grazing on tO put the treatment plant quLred to devel nature location is completed, the existing Chase/Chase Enclosure Graz- back on-line until the city resources to sat 0149500167 This aitemative best meets the intent of the ingAIIotments. The Forest Service pro- can be assured the water jected uses Herger Feinstein Quincy Ubrax7 Group For- posed action as described in Alternative 4 meets DHS standards, qutred to paz-tJcil Published FRB est Recovery Act EIS (the Act) and Purpose authorizes livestoO( use and proposes to "This means that the court- opment fees forl~ 07/18/01,07/25/01, 08]01/01 and Need for the project while meeting oth- issue one term grazing permit to current CNS-268698# er resource objectives, applicants with additional standards and ty must complete several capacity The proposed Poison DFPZ and GS Project mitigation actions incorporated into the short-term improvements as of 36 CFR 215.6 (b). To be considered, is located on lands administered by the term permit. Alternative 4 provides a proac- well as long-term improve- "Residents comments must be presented, no later ~,~ ..... ~. ~I0 da~ folk)wing the date ot publicatio~ ~ ~ . . Plumes National Forest near M~0ock ti~al~ro~ch t"o increase ~ cover.~,~ 11~.~tSrt..o '~ ~teltt i lant that any new .... .... ............... cmssi j, fcout o co ' re=e Westod taUe before we will be willing to city will not ~he legs notice for this project in the Featl'~ ........ Nfilford, California in portions of T.26N, R. away from streams in stringer meadows. er River Bulletin. Should you provide writ- Quincy 12 and13 E., and T.25N., R. 13E,,M.D.M. The project area is loceted w~.'hin aii or por- purchase water under the ten comments on this document, pk~aee in- dude your name, address, Bad organize- property This Decision is sub~ect to appeal pursuant lions of the following- T24N, R12E. Sec- current contract with the signed to to regulations at 36 CFR 215,7. Any written lions 1, 2, 11, and 12; T24N, RI3E, Sac- county's flood control dis- prove our lion represented., if any. Comments should sale appeal must be postmarked or received by lions 3-6, and 14-18; T25N, R12E, SectK)ns trict," said Murphy. bilities to all be addressed to: Barbara Boaz, Beck- NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE the Appeal Deciding Officer within 45 days 25-27, and 34-36; and T25N, R13E, Sac- Current estimates from en- eluding any wourth Ranger District, Plumas National Trustee Sale No: 1030269-03 APN: 116- of the date the legal notice is published in lions 20, 21, and 26-35 (Mount Diablo gineering sources report $1 eas," he said. Forest, P.O. Box 7, Blairsden, CA 96103. 062-004-000 TRA: 053010 LOAN NO: the Feather River Bulletin (July 18, 2001). Merid'~n). Comments received will be considered in 4461643423 REF: DOWNEY, MARK LAppeals mW meet the content requirements The environmental documentation is avail- million for short-term ira- reaching adedsion onthe proposed action, iMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROPERTY of 36CFR 215.14 and must be subrnitted to able for public review at Beckwourth provements and up to $2 rail- and will be addressed in an Appendix to ~e OWNER: the Appeal Deciding Officer, Regional Ranger Distnct Rumas National Forest, 23 EA. YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED Forester, USDA Forest Service, 1323 Club Mohawk Road, Blairsden, CA 96103, and Further information about this proposal or OF TRUST, DATED MARCH 6, 1997. UN- Drive, ValiD, CA 94592. from the ACT2 Enterprise Unit, Happy the comment procedure may be obtained LESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT Published July 25, Aug. 1, 8, 2001 CP Camp Ranger Distnct, 63822 Highway 96,, from Barbara Boaz, Beckwourth Ranger YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT Happy Camp, CA 96039. District, Plumes National Forest, 23 Mo- A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EX- NOTICE OF NONCOMPETITIVE SALE Responsible Official: Angela Oillingt~m hawk Road, Blairsden, CA 96103, ,530) PLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE OF PUBLIC LAND District Ranger invitation to 836-2575. PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU IN PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA Be~wourth Ranger District Published July 25, 2001 FRBSHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER This notice affects public lands in Plumas 23 Mohawk Road, P.O. Box 7 On August 7, 2001, at 11:00am, Cal-West- Count, Caiifornia within T.23N, R. 1 6E., Bairsden, CA 96103 ern Reconveyance Corporation, as duly up- Section 35, SWNW, M.D.M. These public (530) 283-0555 LEGAL NOTICE FOR COMMENT pointed trustee under and pursuant to Deed lands will be offered for direct sale to the ed- Comments are inked on this proposed ac- ENVIRONMETAL ASSESSMENT of Trust recorded March 14, 1997, as inst. joining landowner, David Goss of the Pitch- tion and environmental assessment Com- U.S. FOREST SERVICE No. 1396, in book 702, page 218, of Official fork Cattle Company. ments must meet the specific requirements PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST Records in the office of the County The 40+ acre parcel being offered for dis- of.36 CFR 215.6 (b). To be considered, PROJECT NAME: Lake Davis Road 24N Recorder of Rumes County, State of Ca~- posal by direct sale to the adjoining comments must be presented no later than 10 Chip Sealing RANGER DISTRICT: fornia executed by: Mark L Downey and landowner, David Goss, is pursuant to sac- 30 days following the date of publ~ of ~ Beckwourth COUNTY: Plumes Vk2de I Downey, who are married to each tion 203 of the Federal Land Policy and the legal notice for this project in the Feath- YOU know that it doesn't reqLure a 7-j PROJECT ABSTRACT AND PROPOSED other Will sell at public auction to highest Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C 1713) er River Bulletin. Should you provide writ- tatioI3 to sHho~pu~vt your |oc_~l tTlerch~rt.t'~ ACTION: An Environmental Assessment bidder for cash, cashier's check drawn on a and Title 43 Code Federal Regulations ten comments on this document, please in- business. O er, many people .seer has been completed for the Lake Davis st=e or national bank, a check drawn by a (CFR) 2711.3-3(a)(4). La~s described as dude your name, address, and organize- Road 24NIO Chip Sealing. The proposed state or federal credit union, or a check T.23N, R, 16.E., Section 35, SWNW, lion rap,ese~ed,, any ~ c= be waiting for one. The truth is that the project would pave 1.8 miles of the 24N 10 drawn by a state or federet savings and MD.M, containing 40 acres more or less addressed to and further information ob- selection speak for themselves. ,| road, between the intersection of 23N06 loan association, ~avin~ association, or have been examined and found suitat~ for rained from Annie Buma, Francine Smith, .J and the intersection with the Camp 5 Boat savings bank specified in section 5102 of disposal in a 1984 Land Tenure Amend- or Judy Hahn, ACT2 Enterprise Unit, Hap- Chances are y.our local merchants Launch road. To bring the road up to start- the Finandal Cede and authorized to do ment The land will not be offered for sale py Camp Ranger District, P.O. Box 377, dard for chip seal, the existing sub grade business in this state: At the Main Street until at least 60 days after the date of this Happy Camp, CA 96039, ph.# (530) in this commumty for many years, so tWJl 4.93-2243. be con- our wants and needs. Thevhave in sto would be widened to 3 0 feet (approximate- entrance to the County Courthouse, 520 notice. The land described is hereby seg- sidereal in reaching a decision on the pro- ~tems for which yor are loo ing or wig ly 6-10 feet). Currently this road is graveled Main Streat Quincy Calilomia all right, title regated from appropriation under the publ' pesed action, and will be addressed in an and many boat owners are concerned and interest conveyed to and now held by it land laws, including the n~ning laws, pend- about trailering their boats on it. The ac- under said Deed of Trust in the property sit- ing disposition of this action or 270 days Appe~lix to ~, E~ them for you, cuss road into Camp 5 frorn the 24N 10 uated in seJd County and State described from the date of publication of this notice, Published Jdy 25, 2001FRB, PR .{ road is =ready paved. This project would as: Completely described in said Deed of whichever occurs first ~ ~ is ~ ~ Zoning If provide a paved access all the way into Trust. sentiai 10 ~ B==u of ~ ~ you're waiting for Camp 5 Boat Launching facility. This por- The street address and other common des. program and no resource needed by the hearillg ILI,~~''~ ~ tion of the road is located in T.23N, R. ignation,, any, of the real prope. de-be .OT .EOF PU UC invitation to Shop At 13E., Sections 3 and 10, within Manage- scribed above is purported to be: 1634 Lee vate ownership. Conveyance is consistent The ZoNng Administrator will hold a public mant Area 37 (Davis). Road Quincy Area, CA 95971 with currant the Land Tenure Amondmant hearing on the fotlo~ matter on Wednes- The environmental document is available The undersigned Trustee disclaims any Ila- for Beckwour~ Planning Unit which spedfi- day, August 8, 2001, in the Board of Super. for pubtic revlew at the Beckwourth Ranger bilityfo~anyincorrectnessofthestmetad- c=ly ,n . ' _ec, esoneOf Room, District Office, 8leirsden, California= Copies dress and other common designation, if of the Environmental Assessment are any, shown h~. parcels available for disposal. Notice of hi& available upon request fromthis office. Sakl sale will be held, but without covenant Availability of Planning Criteria was pub- t0:00 a.m. Mining & Reclamation Plan: Rk~side Rock #2 Responsible Official: Angela L Dillingham, or ~m'anty, ~ or implied, regarding lished in the Federal Register on February This project consists of the mining and i District Ranger, Beckwourth Ranger Dis- title, possession, condition, or encum- 9, 1984. reclamation of approximately eighteen trier, P.O. BOx 7, Blairsden, CA96103. brances, including fees, charges and ex- It has been determined that the subject par- acres of a sand and gtavet bar adjacent to Comments Be invited on this proposed ac- penses of the Trustee and of the trusts ere- eel contains no known mineral values; the Middle Fork of the Fee~er River near tJon and erNironmental assessment. To be ated by ~ Deed of Trust, to pay the re- therefore mineral interests may be con- sloat, It has been estimated that approval- considered comments must be postmarked malning prindpei sums of the note(s) sw rayed simultaneously. Acceptance of the di- merely 50,000 cubic yards of material is or otherwise received no later than 30 days cured by said Deed of Trust to wit: rect sale offer will qualify the purchaser to cum~t~y available for extmcl~n, wt~ addi- from the publication of this notice (July 25, $64,558.31 with interest ~ from Otto- make application for conveyance of those tior~l material available dependant upon 2001). Comments must meet the specific be' 01, 2000 @ 8.375% per annum as pro- mineral interests pursuant to the Federal dsposi~. Mining wig take place batwee~ requirements of 36 CFR 215.6 (b). Corn- vlded in said note(s) plus cost and any ad- Land Pdicy and Management Act (FLPMA) May let and November 1st of the year. me~ts received will be considered in reach- vanses with interest. ESTIMATED TOTAL of 1976, Section 209 entitled Reservation These dates may be modified by the De- ing a decision on the proposed action. DEBT $72,236.27 The beneficiary under and Corweyance of Minerai. pertinent of Fish & Game's stmambed at- Further information about this proposal or said Deed of Trust heretofore executed and The patent, when issued, may (;~tain car- teration agreement. the corr~ent procedure may be obtained ~ to ~ und~ written dec- rain resevations to the United States. De- This Ixo~ct is incated at 1245 Sloat Road from Judy Schaber, Bockwourth Ranger laration of Default and Demand for Sale, tailed information concerning these reseva- neat the town of Sloat T.23N/R. 11 E./S. District (530) 836-2575. and a wdtten bio~ce of Oefedt and Electio~ tions, as well as specific condibons of sale, 15 MDaM, Published FRB, PR, July 25, 2001 to S~I. The unders~r)ed caused said NO- are available for review at the EaSe Lake Negative Declaration # 530 has been pre- tire of Default and Election to Sell to be Field Office, 2950 Riverside Drive, Su- pared for this project and may be adopted recorded the coqnty where the re= Fop sanvitle, CA 96130. at this hearing. arty is located. For a period of .45 days from the date of For furlher information on the above hear- PublicNotice For Mon-F, to publical~on of this notice in the Federel Reg- in9 contact: James Graham, Rumas Coun- 4:00pro (619)590-9200 meter, interested persons may submit com- ty Plaming Deptlmeot (530) 283-6210. Dollars 525Ea=MalnSCeetP.O. Box2Z004, EI of the lands to the Field Manager at the you may be limited to reising mly those is- Keep the Cajon, CA 92022-9004 (619) 590-9200 above address. Any adve~e comments will sues you or someone else raised at the Thursdays Dated: July 5, 2001 By: Esther Chamber- be reviewed by the State Director. In the ab- public heedng dsscribed in this notice, or in at 4 p.m. lain, Authorized Si~ sance of any adve~e comments, the lands written correspondence delivered to the 1030269-03 will be offered for sale to David Goss, Pitch- Zoning Administrator aL or prior to, the 283-0800 CNS- 271192# fork Cattle Company. ~ hearing. FAX 283-3952 PuUi~ed FRB Linda D. Hansen, Field ManagerJune 5, Written ~ should be mailed to the ; J~ 18, 25, Aug, t, 2001 2001 Zoning Administrator, 520 Main Street, Published FRB, PR _ Boom 121 Q~ncy, California95971. - J~ 25, Aug. 1, 8, 2001 Published FRB J='y 25, 2001