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........................ ililmun milu 4 16A Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 Feather River Bulletin COURTHOUSE, frompage 1A because the state agency Hagwood said supervisors builds courthouses year Ole Olsen and Simpson were round and moves efficiently currently looking for proper- to work with us, but in order through the process, ties to accommodate both to work with them we have to He said most counties facilities while he and two keep pace wJ,th their project receiving new courthousesother staff people at the development, and if we can't couldn't locate them in the sheriff's office were also keep pace with their project places they wanted because focusing on the issue. development we won't be they weren't willing to make The sheriff said he had able to participate, an investment in property, been talking to Senator "The package deal would "We do need to get some Barbara Boxer and Represen- be quite an accomplishment skin in the game now," hetative Tom McClintock about at this point," Hagwood said, added. Hagwood said if the the possibility of federal or but he was still hopeful it county bought a property the state funding for a new jail, could happen, court system liked that also which he said the county Hagwood said it was diffi- included enough room for a couldn,t pay for on its own in cult for many counties to jail, the goal could still be his lifetime. keep up with the AOC's pace accomplished. RECLiNER/SI RICH, from page 1A this money will be used by the Forest Service to help restore the fire-damaged to pay for the damages area," said Regional Forester caused by this fire, without Randy Moore. "We are litigation, benefits both the pleased by the quick settle- railroad and the public, ment." Restoration projects funded At the time of the Storrie by the settlement will have a settlement, Moore noted direct environmental benefit power companies are the in our district, by helping to most common defendants in heal the beautiful Feather fire-origin cases, although River Canyon. Fireinvestiga- tree trimming companies tions and recoveries will and negligent members of remain a high priority for the public have also been our Office." found responsible in multiple "A significant portion of cases. AUGUST 24 SEPTEMBER 13 "Morgan" Rocker Recliner, Fabric Was 519. Save 121. NOW Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Coupon expires 9-I 3-I 0. "Vail" Rocker Recliner, Leather/Mate Was 649. Save 151. NOW Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Coupon expires 9-13-I0. ,'Lancer" Rocker Recliner, Leather/Mate Save 101. "Larson" Rocker Recliner, Fabric Was 799. Save 201. NOW iB~ Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Coupon expires 9-13q O. NOW iN with other :)ffers. Coupon expires 9-13-I0. La-Z-Boy Recliner .... Was 389. Save 50. NOW Cannot be combined with other expires 9-I 3- I O. SOFA, LOVE, or SOFAS SECTIONAL SLEEPER 899. Save 75. NOW Cannot be combined with other promotional offers. Coupon expires 9-13-10. ::~ i;i," !~ !i~ " ~:~ ............... ~ .... ONl FLOOR & HOM 2830 MAIN STREET, SUSANVILLE 257-7788 CA LIC 448528 The Eastern District of California has special Fire Recovery Litigation teams that focus solely on these types of cases. CLOSE, from page 1A Citing resolved contractual issues with its power pur- chaser, SPI reopened the co-gen plant, also called a biomass electrical power plant, in January 2010. In a press statement about the latest closure the com- pany said Nevada Energy recently lowered the rates it pays to SPI for electricity generated from the Loyalton plant. SPI also blamed "numerous government decisions," in- cluding failure to implement the Quincy Library Group program of work, which "have cut off ... feasible fuel supplies" and litigation by environmental groups. "The combination of un- certain fuel supplies and reduced energy rates made the facility uneconomic to run," said SPI. Despite the seesaw status of the Loyalton plant, the com- pany said it was still explor- ing options that might allow it to reopen the facility. BALLOTS, from page 1A election office was reporting a voter response of 46 per- cent. Out of 4,476 ballots is- sued, 2,054 had been re- turned. Kathy Williams, Plumas County clerk recorder, re- minds voters that no election- eering can take place within 100 feet of a polling place, which in this case is mea- sured from the clerk recorder's office. Someone with a Measure B button cannot wear it in the courthouse. The idea behind the law is that no one coming in to get a ballot or to vote should be impeded in any way by electioneering efforts. PLAGUE, from page 1A region are also fully booked. Campsites may still be available at Forest Service facilities in the area, as well as private facilities. In a call to Reserve America, the park system's national booking agency, a customer service representa- tive said campers with reser- vations received a sound bite notification --- a recorded telephone call -- advising them of the closure. A customer service repre- sentative said campers would receive a full refund or could change reservations, if there were any available. For more information, call the Department of Parks and Recreation, (916) 654-7538; Re- serve America, (800) 444-7275; or Plumas County Environ- mental Health Department, 283-6355. Manual & Aquatic Therapy Orthopedic& Sports Injuries Post-surgical Rehabilitation Sciatica Program PLUM/ PHYSICAL THERAPY Kory Felker, MPT 78 Central Ave., Quincy 283-2202 ii Our community benefits from it! J