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Community News Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001 8A Lkdldell lake users are, where they are from, what the types of on land use uses are, the areas of usage, 'Presented an updateand when the areas are being outline to the Lake used. The data, when com- Basin public Aug. pleted, willprovide historical Chester Courthouse information for the FERC 2105 30-year licensing period. of PG&E's public ser- John Mintz, of PG&E, and s for the David Rolloff and Chuck Energy Regulatory Everett, of EDAW consul- (FERC) 2105, a tants, said that the EDAW re-licensing contract survey teams have targeted Almanor, includes the area during spring, the studies and data peak-season summer through on the use of the Labor Day, and the late sea- teas. son through Oct. 14. has retained the con- EDAW teams are survey- services of EDAW, ing and collecting data from: 8an Francisco, for aerial photos (for boat Planning. The re- counts); the location and to define, number of water craft types; survey, who the car/truck usage below the 4,500-foot level; campground registrations (current and past years); day use areas (public and private); private resort guests; local business owners; water level property values; evaluations (based on realty information); and over 400 July mail surveys. PG&E and EDAW agreed that "boat counts are atypical this year" due to lower lake water levels and will be fac- tored into the studies. A local resident said that perhaps as much as 50% of lo- cal boat owners may have stored their water craft this summer season, due to lake levels preventing the use of their private docking facili- ties, and limitations related to public facilities. 7 PG&E received requests each select group, levels. that surveys target the local FERC requires a recreation Upon acceptance, by FERC Lake Almanor Basin public plan from PG&E for the li- of the 2105 licensing, PG&E needs. EDAW consultants censing period. Recreation would monitor the program, and the local community development building pro-integrate it into other PG&E agreed that PG&E needed to jects must def'me what will be related programs, review the conduct several local focus built, when the project will program for revisions and groups for one-hour sessions be constructed and who will improvements, and provide to survey local considera- provide the construction,the public with interpretative tions. PG&E's specific responsibili- and educational programs in Suggested groups to target ties are: a facilities develop- an effort to protect and pre- included: youths, seniors, ment program, design guide- serve Lake Almanor re- recreation organizations, Dy- lines, location of capital pro- sources. er Mountain Associates, and jects, and scheduling/phas- The draft completion date the Maidu Tribe. ing. for PG&E's recreation land The proposed focus groups Operations and mainte- use studies is March 2002. were projected for Sept. 18, 19 nonce programs will define PG&E's next local public pre- and 20, by invitation only. what PG&E will maintain sentation and update on the EDAW Consultant David Rof- and what others will main- studies and draft outline is foff said that restricted group tain, including, but not limit- scheduled for early next size tends to maximize indi- ed to, lake access and trails to spring. vidual participation within accommodate various water Residential Care for Children ENVIRONMENTAL ALTERNATIVES Nutrition in Infancy/Childhood 4-7 pm with Cindy Hams 128 Film Appreciation 7-10 pm with Luiz Gutierrez 1S0 Ultimate Disc , 12:30-2 pm with Marc Eastman 120 Choral 7-9 pm with John Probst 125 Intro to Classical Guitar ts, 6:30-9:30 pm with John Sebold 119 Volleyball 7-10 pm with Barry Cunningham 120 Zntro to Astronomy 6-9 pm with Bob Kimble Word Processing Levels I, II, and III Child Health and Safety Sunday 9 am-6 pm, September 8 Introduction to Mammals Tuesdays & Thursdays 2-3 pm plus lab Thursdays 3-6 pm Environmental Policy & Practice Wednesdays 7-10 pm WRTI06 Stream Survey Thursdays, 7-9 pm and Fridays, 1:30-4:30 pm Technician WILD 255 Intro Fisheries Biology Non. & Wed., 10-11 am and Wednesdays, 12-3 pm Register by September 7 : ::: :iiiii:i!:?!:i" + / :: i::: Become a teacher. the teachers before you, you imagine a finer world and want to be a part it. 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