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Wednesday, July 25, 2001 Bulletin, Progl Bids for office building INVITATION TO BID A. Prolact: Plumas Bank, New Administra- tive Annex, Quincy, California B. Owner: Plumas Bank, 35 S. Undan Ave., Quincy, CA 95971-6003 C. Architect: SPA, Inc., 1548 Eureka Rd. Suite 101, Roseville, CA 95661, Attn: Michael Leighton, Pre~ect Manager D. Date of Issue: July 3, 2001 DESCRIPTION OF WORK A. General: The Project consists of con- struction of a 6,432 -square foot office building. B Type of Construct: Type V, C. Contractor's License Required: Class B General Building Contractor license D. Guaranty bonds: Performance and pay- ment bonds will be required in the amount of 100 percent of contract amount. E. Time of Completion: Two hundred sav- (270) calendar days. BIDDING A. Types of Bids Required: Stipulated sum; segregated bids will not be accepted. B. Time and Race: Sealed bids will be re- ceded at the Plumas Bank Administrative Center, 35 S. Lindan Ave., Quincy, CA until 2 p.m. Friday, July 27, 2001. Bids received after ~s time will not be accepted. C. Bid Socurfly" Include with bid a bid bond, Cashier's check, or money order equaling ten percent (10%) of the bid amount. D Subcontractor Lists" Bid form indudas list of proposed subcontractors and separate list of additional subcontractors from Plumas, Lassen and Nevada Counties. Owner reserves the right to award the con- tract on the basis of the lowest bid and any combination of local subcontractors. All awards will be made in the Owner's best in- terest. E. Bid Opening: Restricted to representa- tives of prime bidders only bids will be opened privately. F. Bid Hold-Open Period: Thirty (30) calen- dar days. G. Rejection of bids: The Owner reserves the right to waive irregularities and reject any or all bids. DOCUMENTS A. General:~ Drawings and Specifications may be examined on or after [Date] at the following locations: Sacramento Builders Exchange, Inc., 1331 T St,, Sacramento, CA 95814; Sacramento builders Exchange, Inc., 1 Sierra Gate Plaza, Suite 12OA, Ro- seville, CA 95678; Construction Data Plan Center:. 1791 Tribute Rd., Sacramento, CA 958t5: Nevada County builders' Exchange, 111A New Mohawk Rd., Nevada City, CA 95959; Placer County Contractors Associa- tion, 271 Auburn Ravine Rd., auburn, CA 95603; Shasta Builders' Exchange, 2990 Innsbruck Dr., Redding, CA 96003; Valley Contractors' Exchange, 832 Richlend Rd., Yuba City, CA 95991; Reno Builders' Ex- change, 500 Ryland St., #tOO, Reno, NV 895O2, 72O/786-4468. B. Procurement of Documents: Qualified prime bidd~s ,'nay obtain sets of the above documents from the Architect, upon deposit of the sum of one hundred dollars ($100). Additional sats may be obtained at cost C. Return of Documents: Return of docu- ments in good condition will result in refund of dapesit. Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP July 18, 25, 2001 I=t~W~ed LCI" July 17, 25, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-155 (Expires 6-25-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Prime Cut Productions, 697 Ridge St., Portofa CA, 96122. Michael Lee Gingrich, 697 Ridge St., Porto- la CA, 96122 The Registrant ommancad to transact business under the above name on June 25,2001. Signed: Michael Gingdch. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County o~ date indicated below:. Flied: June 15, 2001 Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Hannen, Deputy Published July 3, 11, 18, 25 2001 Doing Business As: FICTmOUS eUS NESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-164 (Expires 7-3-2oo6) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: BOb BO , 92400 Highway 70, No. 9, CA 96135. Brett Keiser, P.O. Box 275, Chilcoot, CA 96105. This business is conducted by an individ- ual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on July 2, 2001. Sigee, Brett Kaiser. This statement was flied with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Rled: July 3, 2001 Judith WelLs, County Clerk By: Hannah, Deputy Published July 11, 18, 25, Aug. 1, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-165 (Expires 7-3-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Something Special Catering, Piz- za Factory/Main SL, Chester, CA 96020. Gayte Bouer, P.O. Box 1629, Chester, CA 96020. Samantha Donovan, P.O. Box 1629, Chester, CA 96020. This business is conducted by copartners. The Registrants commenced to transact business under the above name on May 1, 2001. S ned: Gay / Bouer, This statement wasflied with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below:. Ftk : Ju,"y 3, 2O01 Judah We , County Hanrm, Deputy Pub4ished July lt, 18, 25, Aug. 1,2001 Doing Doing Business As: Business FICTITiOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT As: No. 200116t FICTITIOUS BUSINESS (Expires 7-2-2006) NAME STATEMENT The following pe~on(s) is/are doing busi- No. 2001-158 ness as: Acacia Dean Inc., 106 Poplar (Expires 6-29-2006) Rd. Graeagte, CA 9610~ The following person(s) is/are doing busi- Xorand Corporation,(Calit),"P.O. Box 115, ness as: A L'il Bit O' Country, 525 Main SL, Graeagle, CA 96103. Chester, CA 96020. This business is conducted by a corpora- Debl~e Ann Cole, P.O. Box 1353, Chester, tion. CA 96020 The Registrant commenced to transact This business is conducted by an individ- business under the above name on July 1, uaL 2001. The Registrant commenced to transact Signed: John Mclntosh. businass under the above name on July 10, This statement was filed with the County 2001. Clerk of Rumas CourW on date indicated Signed: Debbie Cole. below:. This statement was filed with the County Filed: July 2, 2o0t. Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated Judith Wells, County Clerk below: By:. Eilean Hannon, Deputy Filed: June 29, 2001 Published M:I Judith Wells, County Clerk July 25 Aug. 1, 8, 15, 2001 By: Eileen Hannen, Deputy Published July 11, 18, 25, Aug. 1, 2001 Abandons business name STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF " Doing FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Business The person has aba oned the ~lowing F~beus Business Name: Feeth- As: er River Storage, 74520 I-~ 70, Portola, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS CA 96122. NAME STATEMENT Danny James Yandell, 316 Calif. Ave., No. 2001-15O Manteca, CA 95336. (Expires 7-2-2O98) This business was conducted by an individ- The fdk wing pers (s) /are d ng busi- hess as: Longboards Bar & Grill, 402 Original Fictitious Business Name File Valley Fid., Bleirsdan, CA 96103. Number: 99-171. Three Trees Holdins II LLC, 445 bush St. Signed: Donny J. Yandetll. 9th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108. This statement was filed with the County This business is conducted by an LLC. Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated The Registrant commenced to transact below. busineas under ~e above neme on April 1, F~xJ: July 3, 2901 2001. Judith Wegs, CO~ Clerk Signed: UYosno J. Mallei. By Been Hannen, Deputy. This statement was flied with the County Published RIB, IVR, CP, PR Clerk of Plumas County on date indiceted July 18, 25, Aug. 1, 8, 2001 Filed: July 2, 2001 Jud w is, County Doing Business As: By: Eileen Hannah, Deputy FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Published July 11, 18, 25, Aug. 1, 2001 NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-98 Bid for retrofit NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Scaled Proposals will be received at the of- rice of the Plumas County Administrator in the County Courthouse in Quincy, Califor- nia, until August 17, 200t at 2:00 PM at which time they will be publicly opened and read in said office for: SEISMIC RETROFIT OF FLOURNOY, DRUM, TWAIN, LIGHTS CREEK AND POLE BRIDGES The work, in generaL, consists of sds~ ly retrofitting the following structures as shown on the plans and briefly described as follows: FLOURNOY BRIDGE (9C-0010), a ,l-span steel girder bridge, ap- proximately 214 feet long, DRUM BRIDGE (9C-00 It), a 2-span steel girder bridge, ap. proximately 138 feet long, TWAIN BRIDGE (9C0032). a 5-span steel girder bridge, ap- pro~imataly 286 feet long, LIGHTS CREEK a,'=UOGE (9C-OO44). a 2.~pan =tm~ gUder bridge, approximately 103 feet long, and POLE BRIDGE (9(3-0050), a 3-span steel girder bridge, approximately 92 feet long. The California Department of Rsh and Gi- ame 1601 Streambed Alteration Agree- menL Waiver of Waste Water Discharge and U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Nation- perrr,ts are expected to be executed for the Pole Bridge location prior to August 1,2001. All bids must be addressed to the Chair- man of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Rumas, and shall bear the title or name of the work to be constructed. This projact has a goa~ of 10 percont dised- vantaged bus ess entermse (DEE) par . pation. Rans and Spedr atlons, forms of Propos- al, bonds and Contrect will be furhisl~d to each prospective bidder upon re- quest to the office of the Director of Public Works, 1834 East Main Street, Quincy, Cat- ifomia 95971. Plans and Specifications, forms of Proposal, bond and Contract on said work may be purchased tbemfrom, for $30.00 per set, sakl purchase costs not to be refunded. No bid will be considered unless it is made on a blank form furnished by the Plumas County Department of Public Works and is made in accordance with the provisions in Section 2, 'Proposal Requirements and Conditions' of the Standard Specifications. Each bid must be accompanied by cash, a certified or cashier's check or a bidder's bond on the form provided by the County of Plumas, in the sum of nof less than tan per- cent (101/6) of the total aggregate of the bid, and said chacks or bend shall be mada payable to the order of the County of Plurnas as liquidated damages in case the successful bidder fails to file satisfactory bonds as required by the Contract Docu- mants Or falls or refusss to anter into a con- tract within the Specified time. The Board of Supervisors hes ascertained the general prevailing wages for straight time, ove me, S=urday, Sunday and holi- day work applicable to the work done in Rumas County. Theea ratas are on 6le in the office of the Director of Public Works, 1834 East Main Street, Quincy, Californ~ and are as listed in the State of California Deparlmant of Transportetk~'s publication entitled "Genera/Prevailing Wage Rates" thet is in effact whon the bid is submitted. The hdidays upon which the holiday Wage ratas shell be paid shall be all heMays rac- ogeized in the cog~ beaning egree- mant ap icable to the par0cu cralt, c s- siflcation or type of workman employed on the project. The labor surcharge and equip- merit rental rates to be used under this con- tract shall be as listed in the State of Call- forhia Department of Transportation Divi- sion of Construction publication entitled "Labor Surcharge and Equipment Rental Rates' that is in effact whan the work is ac- complished. No bidde~ may withdraw his bid for a perkxI of sixty (6o) days the date sat the opening thereef and the same shall be sub- ject to acceptance by the Owner during this period. The Contract, if awarded, will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder upon receipt of valid t60t Streambed Alter- ation Agreement from the Catifomia De- partmant of FISh and Game at Pole Bodge. The County of Plumas resewes the right to rejact any and all bids and to waive any in- formality in the bids or in the bidding. COUNTY OF PLUMAS Tom Hunter, Director of Public Works Dat : JdY 17, 2001 Published July 24, 31, 2001 LCT, WWPP July 25, Aug. 1, 2O01 FRB, IVR, CP, PR (Expos The follo~'ng person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Mountain Glass and Wipe Out Wash, 165 North Pine St., Portola, Ca 98122 Mountain Freedom, Inc. CA, 165 North Pine St., Portola CA 98122. This business is conducted by a corpora- tion. The Registrant commenced to transact businass undar the above name on Febru- ary 14, 2001 Signed: Mountain Freedom, Inc. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Filed: April 16, 2(]01 Judth We s, County Hanna. Dep=y Published FBR, IVR, PR, CP July 18, 25, Aug t, 8, 2O01 Doing Business As: FICTmous BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-167 (Ex 7-I t -2oo6) The pmon(.) iem bu=- ness as: Sun Builders. 7597 Hwy 89 #5, Graeegte, CA 96103. Wayne L. Pearson, P.O. Box 1094, Graea- ~le, CA 96103 his business is conducted by a general ~hrtnership. e Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on July 1, 2000. Signed: Rebecca Pearson. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Rum.as County on date indicated below: Filed: July 12, 2001. Judith Walls, County Clerk By: Eileen Hannon, Deputy Published IVR, RIB, PR, CP July 18, 25, Aug. 1, 8, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTmOUs BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-162 (Expires 7-3-2OO6) The following pereon(s) is/are doingbusi- ness as: Blue Mountain Glass & Metal- works, 830 Valley View Dr., Quincy, CA 95971. Robert Edward Bi'owolee, 830 Valley View Dr., Quincy, CA 95971 This business is conducted by a husband a~l wife. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on No- vember I, 2000. Signed: Robert Bre~,~ee. This statement was fled with the County Clerk of Plurnas County on date indicated below:. Filed: ,July 3, 2001 Judith wens, Clerk By: Melinda A. Rother, Deputy Published IVR, RIB, PR, CP July 18, 25, Aug. I, 8, 2001 Doing Business As: RCTmOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Land-for-Land Exchange u ted Sta of An en- Nofice is hereby givon th~ the Forest Set- ca to James H. Reed, et at, dated October vice (FS), United States Department of 4, t898, recorded in Book 3 of Patents, Agriculture, is considering an exchange of page 189, Pl~ ~ Records. lend with the Soper-Whealer Company, a BOSTON PLACER MINING CLAIM, de- C, alifomia Corporatk~, under the authority signed by the S~veyor Ganeral as Mineral of ~he General Exchange Act of March 20, Survey NO. 3624, embracing a portion of 1922, the Federal Land Exchange Fadlita- Township 22 North, Range 10 East, MD.B. tion Act of August 20, 1988 and the Act of &M., coosisti~ of 160 acres, more or less, June 11, 1980, and the Federal Land Policy and more particularly describod by metas and Managemant Act of October 21, t 976.. and bounds in the patent fTom the United The lends undar the jurisdic~ of the FS States of America to that are being consida~ for exchange are Edwin D. Bowman, et at, dated February 9, dasoribed as: 1901, recorded in Book 3 of Patents at Mount Diablo Meridian, Yuba Counly, CaJi- page 211, Plumas County Racords. fornia SAVING AND EXCEPTING therefrom all T. 19 N., R. 6 E. ssc. 14, N I/2NE 1/4 that pe~'tio~ thereof convayed by deed from T. 18N., R. 7E Albert& Olds and Mabel E. Ok:Is, his wife ssc. 10, lots 11, 12and 15: to Laland R.Cotter arid Eidon B~um, dated sac. 22, All: July 7, 1970, recorded September 21, sec. 23, SW I/4NE 1/4, S 1970, Book 197, Official Records, page t/2NW 1/4, SW 1/4SW 1/4 574. ssc. 26, VW2NW 1/4: SAVING AND EXCEPTING from each of sac. 28, lots 15 and 16: the foregeing, any pertJon thereof convayed sec. 34, NE I/4NE 1/4, S by Deed from James H. Reed, et al to 1/2NE 1/4, NW lt4NW 114, Joshua N. Turner, at al, dated July 8, 1905, lot I (SWI/4SWI/4), recorded in' Book 34 of Deeds, page 30, NI/2SI/2, SEI/4SEI]4: Plumas County Records, consisting of T. 19N., R. 7E. 10.06 acres, more or less, and known as sec. 9, EI/2SEI/4,the "Unscott Racer'. SI/2SI/2SWl]4SEI/4; THE LINSCOTT PLACER MINING CLAIM, ssc. 10, S 1/2; described as follows:Beginning at the Sac. 11, NW 1/4SW 1/4; " sot~ comer of the said Linscott Placer sec. 14, lots 1, 2, and 3 (S Mining Claim, at apoint distant 1/2NW 1/4, NW I/4SW 1/4) 540 feet on a course North 650 East from sac. 15, All. Comer No. I of what is known as the sec. 20, (portion within M&B Boston Placer Mine, thence (by true Mendi- survey of Mysv. Schod); an, the -~" sec. 29, (portion within M&B variation being 170 30'East), North 320 surveyof Mysv. Schod. West 10.27 chains to the west line of the T. 20 N., R. 7 E Boston Claim; thence the quarter section Parcels 20 and 21 in sections comer on the east boundary of Section 4, 31 and 38, T. 20N., R 7 and 8 E. Township 22 North, Range 10 Ease M.D.B. Parcels 23, 24, 25 in section &M., bears South 850 45' 36, T. 20 N., R. 7E. Wast 22.75 chains distant; thence North 90 and the1 portion of parcel 13 ly- 15' East on said West line 3.36 chains; ing in section 3 1, T. 20 N, R 8 E thence North 640 15' East 3.76 chains to a and the POrtKx~S of parcets 18, cedar stump; thence North 5O 15'West 40~ 19 and22 lying in section 36,chains; thence North 870 East 4.48 chains; T. 20 N, R. 7 E, and "Remain- thence ing Property", in section 36,South 20 East 16 cheJns; thence South 570 15' Wast 3.64 chains to the point of begin- T. 2O N, R 7 E as shown up. on that certain Parcal Map NO. 3.99 ning. filed in Ihe office of the County T. 23 N., R. IIE. Recorder of the County of Yuba, sac. 14, S 1/2 lot 5; State of California, on Septem- sec. 15, tots 4, 5, 6, S 1/2 lot 9, bet 6, 1978,in BUok 27 of Maps, at pege 3. 10, ti and 12, T. 20 N., R 8 E. sec. 12, SW I/4NE 1/4, W excepting therefrom the north- 1/2 SE 1/4; sec. 13, W tl2NE 1/4, NW I em portionof 14SE 1/4 Sac. 3 1, lots 5, and 6, said lot 4 being more perticu- Mount Diablo Meridian, Butte County, Call- lady described fornia as follows: Beginning at the T. 2t N., R. 5 E. northwest comer sec. 38, lot 1, NE I/4NW 114, of said lot 4; thence alongthe north line of NE 1/4. lot 4 N85055,17"E, 1283.66 feet to the T. 19 N. R. 6 E sec. 11, all rernaming Fed- northeast comer of lot 4; thence along the eral land within the SWI/4SEI/4. east T. 20 N, R. 8 E. sec. 30, lot 2; line of lot 4 S00058'40"W, 73.88 feet to a Mount Diabto Meridian, Plumas Coun!y, point in an exisbng road; thence along said California existing road the ~lowing seven (7) cours- T. 20N, R8E es; (1) $88054'46"W, 27.87 feet; (2) sec. 5, lots I to 8, indusive. $76050'21 "W, 202.40 feet;(3) T. 21 N., R. 8E S61002'14"W,434.07 feet;(4) sec. 26, SE 1/4NE 1/4, E $82059'30"W,267.11 feet;(5) 1/2SE t/4; $74007'36"W~237.33 feet;(6) sec. 32, EI/2SWI/4; N80036'34"W, 113.57 feet; (7) $89057'21 sec. 35, NEI/4NEI/4, 'W, 790~6 feet to the wast line of said SI/2NEI/4, NI/2SEI/4, SEI/4SEI/4. lot 4; thence along said west line NO T. 21 N., R. 9 E. sac. 16, portion of lot 7 1048'59"E, 318.57 feet to the point of be- and NW 1 14 SW t/4 (to be dascribed by ginning. M&B survey); sec. 17, NE t/4NE 1/4SE Mobnt Diablo Meridian, Sierra Courdy, Cali- 1/4NE 1/4. fornia T. 23 N, R 11E. sec. 2 1, N 1/2 S 1/2 T. 21N., R 9 E The non-Federal lands are described as sac. 33, That certain Placer Mining Claim Mount Diablo Meridian, Butte County, Call- designated by Surveyor General as Lot No. fomia 57, situated in Section 33, Township 21 T. 22 N., R. 5 E. sec. 26, SEi/4; sec. 27, north, Ranger 9 East, MDB&M, and be- SWl/4, SWI/4SEI/4; sac. 28, Sl/2NWl/4, ing a portk~ of Surve No. 3274, known as NI/2SWI/4; sec. 34, EI/2NEI/4; sac. 35, the Iowa and Manhattan Placer Mining Wl/2NWI/4. Claims, more Mly described in the United T: 23 N., R. 5 E. sec. 35, W 1/2; States Patent to Dixon Brabban dated T. 21 N., R. 6 E March 18, 1899, and recorded April 14, sec. 6, lots land 2, S 1/2NE 1899 in Book 14 of Deeds Page 265. 1/4; sac. 26, Nt of M.S. 4710 (Quartz Quean), T. 22 N., R. 6 E sac. 17, SI/2 sac. 2 1, N SWI/4SWI/4SWI/4NWl/4; sec. 27, 1/2 sac. 2 8, SE 1/4NW 1/4; sec. 32, NI/2 SI/2SEI/4NEI/4,WI/2NWl/4SEI/4NEI/4, N T. 20 N., R. 8 E. sac. 6, lot 3; 1/2NE I/4SE 1/4, W3/4S 1/2NE 1/4SE 1/4, Mount Diablo Meridian, Plumas Counly, SE I/4NW 1/4SE t/4, SE 114SW t/4NW I California /4SE 1/4, NW 1/4SE 1/4SE 1/4, W 1/2SW T. 24 N., R. 8 E. 1/4SE 1/4SE 1/4. NE 1/4SW I/4SE 1/4, N sac. 2, SW 1/4SW I/4NE 1/4, 1/2NW I/4SW II4SE 1/4, NE 1/4SE 1/4SW E I/2E 1/2NE 1/4SW t/4, 114SE 1/4. W I/2NW t/4SE 1/4, SE Any or all of the above-described lands I/4NW 1/4SE 1/4, may be exchanged if the values are equal. E 1/2SW 1/4SE t/4, W tl2W If the values are unequal, either party may 1/2SE 1/4SE 114; equalize ~ values by making a cash pey- T. 25 N.,R. 8 E merit, not to exceed 25 Per. cant of the valua sac. 25, NE114, S112NW1/4 of the lands ~ oat of FedaraJ own. sac. 26, SI/2SEI/4, NEI/4SEI/4 ership. 1". 26 N., R. 8 E. sac. 6, tots 3 and 4; There are no floodplains within the pro- T. 27 N., R. 8 E. pessd land exchenge. sec. 3 1, lots 1, 2, 3 and the The Forast Service The Federal lends have NE 114SW 1/4, been segregated from approp~ under S I/2~ I 14 (boing lot 4 and the poblic ~nd lews and mine~ laws ~ a the SE I14SW I/4); peded nof to exceed 5 yeers from -the date T.21 N., R. 9 E of the pobtk;ation of this notice. Sac. 19, Ict 1, NE I/4NW 1/4, More datailed information may be obtained W I/2NE 1/4, NW 114SE 1/4; from Devkl Morton, Plumas Natkxtal Forest T. 24 N., R 9 E by calling 530.283.7628 or by writing the sec. 18, W 112W 1/2 SE eddressbelewPe~osc~'mingtheabove I/4NW I/4; l~sted propert~ or having valid objections sac. 28, SI/2SEI/4SWI/4; to this proposed exchange must file their ssc. 3 3, NE I/4NW 1/4, NW I claims or ot~ections with Mark Madrk:L For. /4NE 1/4; est Supervisor, USDA Forest Service, NO. 2001-157 T. 25 N., R. 9 E sec. 4, lots 2, 3 and 4; ssc. Pfumas National Forest, p.o. BOx 11500 ~s 6-262006) 16, all, EXCEPTING THEREFROM that Quincy, California, 95971, within 15 days lowing person(s) is/are doing bual- port n thereof as to Western Pa- after the date of the km publication of this ness as: Eagle Builders, 324 Detleker Park CifiC Railway Company, a corperation, by ne~ce. Publisbed FRB, CP, PR, IVR Dr., Portola, CA 98122. Deed recordad February 7, 1906 in Book July 18, 25, August I, 8, 2001. Michael William Martinez, 324 Delleker Park Dr., Podole, CA 98122. 34 of Deeds, page 29 I. TI~ business is conducted by an Jndivid- e Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on June 26, 2001 Signed: Michael Martinez Th.is statement was fled with the County Cmrx of Rumas County on date indicateq Filed: June 14, 2000 Judith WeUs, Coure/Clerk IVR, RIB, Pl~l, CP July 18, 25, Aug. 1, 8, 2O01 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2000-166 ALSO EXCEPTING THER~ ~t por- t= theran to road Company, a corporation by Deed recordad ~ 15, 1917 in Book 49 of ALSO EXCEPTING THEREFROM that p~- tion es com, ayed to the State of California by Deed recorded October 22, 1931 in Book 64 of Deeds, page 440. ALSO EXCEPTING THEREFROM that por- tion thereof es to P.ay Lyre Hays, and oe m, by Deed racorded 23, 1957 in Book 107, Official Records, page 176. ssc. 17, W I/2SE 1/4, E 1/2SW 1/4, SW I14SW I14; sac. 19, E I/2E I/2; eec. 2O, NW I/4NE I/4, N I/2NW I/4, SW ~q~s 6-14-2005) lowing person(s) is/are t/4NW 1/4, hess as: Grizzly Bite Cate, 4367 Main " NI/2SW~4, SEI/4SWt/4, NW1/4SEI/4; Street, Tayk~'vil~, CA 95983. Caroline M. Garcia, 917 Ganesee Road, ~ 30, lot 2. Tax , CA Th0s business is conducted by an ual. The Registrant commenced to transact business undar the above n=~e on Jdy 4, 2000, c=o e M. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on dato indicmd below:. Fded: June 14, 2000 Judah We s, Cowry Clerk p~dMe~indaA. Rother Deeulv IVR, RIB, CP, 15R" July 18, 25, Au~g.1, 8, 2O00 ssc. 29, NE II4NW I/4, NW 114SW I/4; T. 26 N., R. 9 E. sec 33, SWI/4SWI/4. T. 27 N., R. 9 E. sec. 23, EI/2SWI/4, SEII4NWl/4; sec. 26, W 112W 1/2, NE I/4NW 1/4; sac. 2 7, E I/2NE 1/4, NE I/4SE I/4. T. 22 N., R. 10 E. ECLIPSE PLACER cuuM, da=gnmd by Surveyor Ganer- al .m Lot 39, (also known as M.S. 1937) embmdng a porlk~ of Towmhip 22 Norb~, FI~ 10 East, M.D.B.&M, consisting of 113.92 acres more Or leas, and more par- tk:uW y descr =ed by mates and bounds in Thursdays at 4 p.m. at Quincy Office 283-O8OO FAX 283-3952 e-mail Department of Game pilots and personnel of nearly fingerling-sized day to some 270 wilderness coming two Launched on aerial trout plant twice delayed by cloud cover, normal four-day this week, the Steve Sanders, the Mt. Shasta where the juvenile brook and rainbow t raised, said it took to get the fish into tion lakes in from the coastal Caribou WilderneSS! Lassen Peak. Among the reached are the Mountains, Trinity Alps, and Thousand ness areas. Dropped from an height of 500 feet, trout are said to leaves" to the landing with mortality. The angling found in state's nearly 300 waters, Fish and The trout plants earlier this year to be ardy because of' pacts of the trout frogs. With mation showing the found in numerous the DFG went the plants ly, launched back surveys to frog populations and how well the are working. Bids for Scaled Proposals will rice of the Plumas Count' the Cour Courthou nia, until August 17, 2001 at which time they will be pul:~dY= read in said office for: SEISMIC RETROFIT OF AND CLIO BRIDGES The work- in ganeral, ly retrofitting the following shown on the plans as follows: (9C-0009), a ste girder proximately 290 feet long, BRIDGE (9(3-0057), br ge, appre mately All bids must be addressed man of the Board of County of Plumes, and or nerne of ~ TI"~ projact has e goal of t 0 vantaged pat . al, bonds and Co~m= ~I ~ eech quaked quest to the office of the Works, 1834 East Main Stre~ ifornia 95971 Plans forms ssid work ma~ $30.0o per set, ssid purchase be mfundad. No bid will be on a blank form furnished Cour of Pu C made in accordance with the Section 2, "Proposal Condil~oos" of the Each bid must be ~ certified or cashler's ched~ ~ Imxl on the form ixovidad W Romas, in the sum qf not les= cent (to ] and said chacks or bond payable to the order of the Plum== successful bidder fails to bonds as required by the mants Or fa~ t ct The Board of Sup=v*= the pre =ai time, overtime, Saturday, day to the Rumas Count. Theee ram the office of 1934 East Main SneL aed Ore as rmed in Ihe entitled "General Prevailing thet is ~n offact whon b~e ~d Tom Hunter, pewee J='y 17, 2001 Pubrlhed JuJy 24. 31, 2O01 J~/25, Aug. 1, 2O01FFIB,