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2A Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Supervisors begin 2014-15 budget-crunching process Laura eeaton  person and I've never missed the board. : What makes the 2014,15 bud e Staff Writer one yet," Scarlett assured Green waste will be : g sh000a!l:00 Ibeaton@plumasnews.com  her. Scarlett said she has collected at the Feather River Figures from budget consultant Susan SCadett i:;-::: ;::;:::: ::::: :ii been meeting with Disposal property on Specific revenue difference Amount Comment ....... : HOW did the county end up department heads to review Industrial Way as soon as Teeter penalty : $ 663,275 : May or may rot:beavai!abtg: with a nearly $3 million their budgets in preparation everything necessary is in Cost p an reduction 351,:934 This amount will r6t :hhlige budget shortfall? Supervisor BOARD OF for presentations to the full place, Graham said. Lori Simpson said she wanted SUPERVISORS board. Requirements include the public to know where the ROUNDUP So far, departments that delivery of the incinerator, Subtotal 1,114,989 shortfall came from. Scarlett has met with have finalizing the MOU with Additional fund balance requested Susan Scarlett, the county's identified savings of $236,959, Feather River Disposal and Sheriff 876,870 These amounts are similar to budget consultant, presented The supervisors began making the adjusted budget amending its storm water" a spreadsheet listing what hearing from department shortfall $2,645,140, she said. plan, and finalizing the job made the shortfall. The top heads regarding their 2014-15 description for the green three factors were the fiscal year general fund Green waste fees reduced waste operator position. Bill 443:and other transfers Jail 170,967 sheriff's additional fund budgets at yesterday's The fees for green waste balance request of $876,870, regular board meeting. They disposal in Quincy were Grand jury response Probation 78;699 Still workingon this one for the Teeter penalty will continue the process slightly reduced to more A subcommittee comprised possible Senate Bill 678 transfers, etc. (delinquent property tax after each meeting for the accurately reflect actual of Supervisors Lori Simpson Facility services 168,5t3 This is mainly projects revenues) of $663,275 and the next couple months, in costs, senmr environmental and Kevin Goss will review cost plan reduction of addition to one or more planner Jim Graham told the department responses to the $351,934. all-day budget workshops, board before a public hearing grand jury before bringing Scarlett noted that the Supervisor Sherrie Thrall on the matter, them to the full board for sheriff's request is similar to expressed her concern and Instead of the previously approval, the board decided, balance if approved last year's; however, that frustration with the budget proposed $5 per cubic yard of They agreed to present a final Department use budget gap was closed with process and said she would green waste, public works draft response to the 2013-14 of fund balance 336,132 Departmentsi:not spedfically the use of Assembly Bill 443 have preferred meetings with will charge $4.89. No one Plumas County Grand Jury and other transfers. (See department heads prior to commented at the public Report at the Oct. 7 meeting. accompanying sidebar for Aug. 12. hearing and the resolution Scarlett's spreadsheet.) "I am a deadline-oriented was passed unanimously by FRC to rent 'shelter house' : In its attempt to meet the L housing needs of Feather VALUE IS PART OF EVERY PACKAGE ::::::,,. :/:: River College students 1 i particularly its football sAv - - -: . : _-=: , , ] players the college struck a '   deal to lease one of the county's unused facilities, the Aninla Planet C-SPAN e FOX News Channel HSN OVC " TV Land t Bio(cwm=41 C-SPAN2 GreatAmerieanCountry Nickelodeon/NickatNite(E) '= RFD-TV WeatherChamnet i "shelter house." BIoornberg Television DishHOME Intoractive IV Hallmark Channel Niokeiodeon/Nick at NiLe (W) Scionce Boomerang eae DIY HallmarkMovieChannei NicktoonsNetwork TbeHubNetwork Plus Manr More i Facilities director Dony CookJng Chemnel Food Network HEN Outdoor Channel TV Guide Network ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. J Sawchuk told the board that ACT NOW AND ALSO GET:. the facility was currently being partially used for PREMIUM CHANNELS foS months storage. He said the building ..... HBe i" i tWMF. ! f dll I  requires renovating and I o..,..=..=,,., o.=,, upgrades to make it 1' :. *S'li  BUNDLIE AND SAVE WITH DISH habitable. 4- Ask how you can save *lO/mo. WITHDISHNETHIGN-$PEEDINTERNE7 Sawchuk said the u...,.,..,...,...,=,,,.,,..,.,..,,q..,.=.., department had been m== e= lice lem =e= lem   Call today for the best deal! considering allowing the fire Satscan Electronics d*.qh department to burn it down. FRC is leasing the building PO Box 209, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-3800 ,,u,,=,.,.,.,b.,,. -.,. "as is," and will begin making Brings It Down To Earth . *UO.,zED.rA,.E. necessary renovations, at its The vacant "shelter house" behind the county annex is now mpdanTerm|ndCndirFmm1inam:Puhtatiinrrwq=i"ttA12h expense, very soon, said Nick being leased by Feather River College for student housing. The prorional pdod, them-curator everyy n:thy pr |pplm and Is sub: to change. ETF: If you carl ir4fce durklg film 24 moll, utly lwrdm#on fee ol $20  each mordh rmair, apples, kctivaUo fee nay ippJddllioeal RquimmtHMhyfH$1;y$;sxy1WithFrimTimAnykC"FMh=d=n$C Boyd, director of facilities for Board of Supervisors approved renting the building "as is" at Ikip fulure is |v|bkm  vlng tln iiIirllng Iill day alle, aklna, for iecl prhJ  OABC, C NBC  FOX rerded  PrimeTirne Atllnn.  hounl v=; 2000 born   60 programming. Equipmt ompsdsm =='"==''*""=='""="=''='"s"==`=*-z'= FRC. The building, located at its Aug. 5 meeting. Photo by Laura Beaton retold  fi 24 moths. Requires continuous enrollmenl In Aul%y vdth papedet, s 9iLIk After 24 mordhs lilewcurnm4 twrfdly inont pdct ippIkm and Is lul to dug. Pmmkn CMnnds: Premium offer value is S1 ; | ex 3 months kectmntewFraymnhypdcppya"dmm`tchangeBkid1HmquimrdwrammFm 263 County Hospital Road, k="='`"=""""="===n"=""="-u==v"=m"-== has five bedrooms, Boyd said, c``.".*n."='"```"..`s**'`"`-'* and will house 10 students, living at the dorms as well as students living at the fully Enlwtainlmalt, LLC. RETA[_I 2_11434knnt Tmrm ind Codtltot: IWolltiol Ollws: Rre acJralion ol n qaliln 84 secure AI I:es, lee& llalg. pa. proalmg, features, furonal an offers r, to chae witre .A,.,-=.==,===,,...=i.=.,o=, m:,,=,=..o=nst4.=.,,n=,.=o,.=, ...=,...,=,., Boyd said the building's a hired security force would equipped house would be RlqPirefllMlt i; Prmlum Channelt: 30rh enum lef I iS $165; afire pmmoIial 0Cl, Ienl eveffda morAN/peces 8gply and ae suq 10 chae BI0ckle @H0me leqres Interne110 eam colet HDOr channels not avae wilhselpaa0es HpperFtureAtHpeaurLsnaawithpiUaene;ayc4mem=FN=dTAe 1ut=ares=ll= proximity to the college provide oversight of the carefully screened. RKldrtmms: Free Stadazd Professior Instaflabon one, Cerlain eogipmen ts leased ad must be returned to DISH upon  or unrmumed eqt,me tees ap) Uont ard aoomal rnony tees may ao'/Rec=ng hoots vat 7. 2000 hours tse DixgranrEpe1cepafL1Ineqer4$ermrTptsasal714herwerr==9Raeed II:efs campus, only about 300 yards students and building. Boyd said he hopes to have available  new al iied fom o,oms, and Sul tO l' o alrcale Promon aecl Rer,,en  Kreemts. Slate renlr,lll charges y y Adalleslner, s and taxes may apply Oth tnd  2/1( HBO Cmemax  ; =,=,,0=,c=, so,E*,,,==s,=.,c=c=s,,,=,,,s,=, c away, makes it a great The college'spresident and students living in the facility location for student housing, superintendent, Dr. Kevin by the start of the fall He said residential assistants Trutna, added that all semester, Aug. 25. 2 Locations Downtown Headquarters: : Kartri :i East Quincy Day Spa: Jennifer. Judy : 7i 2266 E'ncy Katie ' AntiC. : :, t 1 Number. 283-0484 :!i!iiii:iiiii 00!ii[ ; ii ' SAT. AUG. 16th DEXA SCAN & Appt. with Or..Michelle Kim* Free/low cost dexa (bone density) scan and bone health appointment with Dr Michelle Kim for women 65 and iver CALL 832.6600 NOW TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT. is a til a fracture occurs. o Our Valued Customers and Friends Thank you for your comforting thoughts, calls and cards as we all mourned the loss of our beloved Barbara. With her passing, there has been plenty of speculation regarding the future of Crescent County. Rest assured, we have no plans to close the gift store and will continue to operate it and stock it like we have for decades. Currently, we are operating with our summer hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11-5 ,, Sunday 11-4 Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Please join us as we take the time to share the blessings and the memories of Barbara, on August 24th, 3 - 7 p.m., at 21 Carter Street, in Crescent Mills. Since she loved appetizers and desserts, bring your favorite (or one of hers) to share. 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