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12A Wednesday, Aug. 29.2001 Legal News II nl The entire $3,000 will be paid to any person or group who can produce the original package, consisting of post marked envelope, from Greenville Community Services District, the contents of that envelope, consisting of the original voting letter, the postage paid return envelope and the original map. The original map will fetch one thousand (=1,000) dollars. The letter will fetch five hundred ($500) dollars. The map and letter combined will fetch two thousand ($2,000) dollars. The originality of all documents will be determined by the two people who put all documents in the original envelopes and affixed the postage thereon. If there is a conflict concerning the authenticity of any document, the age shall be determined by an independent testing laboratory, specializing in the aging of documents. In no event will more than one reward be paid for any or all documentation, or individual pieces thereof. The first person to present all the documentation will be the one getting the reward. If the documentation comes in from different people, then, and in that case, the first person who presents their piece of the documentation shall be entitled to one of the rewards listed above. By Dave Keller "In making these state- Staff Water ments, (The Chronicle) has William J. Keese, a Graea- been very careless with the gle attorney and the chair- facts and has created a seri- man of the California Energy ous misimpression," Keese Commission, has released said. further details about his re- In the letter, "The facts are quest for an investigation in- quite different from the im- to his personal finances, pression left by The Chroni- Keese has supplied to cle story," he said. Feather Publishing a copy of Nevertheless, Keese asked a letter he sent this month to the FPPC to investigate him. the Fair Political Practices "I am asking for the assis- Commission (FPPC). tance of your agency in sort- Calling for an investigation ing out whether any of my ac- into his own investments, tions or inactions have vio- Keese's letter was written in lated the state's conflict of in- response to a series of arti- terest laws and, if so, to what cles published in the daily extent," Keese said in the let- San Francisco Chronicle. ter to the FPPC. The article alleges that In the letter and in an in- Keese held more than terview with Feather Pub- $500,000 in stocks in firms lishing, Keese said that he that the Energy Commission owned a retirement account oversees, that had been invested in The articles indicate that three managed portfolios Keese personally directed the through Salomon Smith Bar- investments and failed to hey. step aside on votes wheh "These portfolios are broad- those firms appeared before ly diversLrmd and are operat- the commission, ed for the mutual benefit of Keese contends the articles the participants in the funds, portrayed his investment ac- with complete discretion for tivity in an inaccurate light, making investment decisions llill AND NURSERY FARMS "Home of the Sodfather" Local family farming since 1978 Premium quality blends most suitable for your area Call for our complete "how to" brochure or ca// us to//freewith any questions. TOLL FREE (800) 532-6200 RENO, NEVADA www.westernturf.com NOTICE OF DIME)ED PUBLICATION Pursuant to Secbons 3381 ~rough 3385, Revenue and Taxaton Code, ~te Published Delinquent List in aN for Plumas County, Slate of Cali~mia ha= been ~ and ~ to various of generat omulatlon published in said coue4y, fix puDl~abon of a portion tt~mof m each of sa~ ~pers. PU~USHeD ~ usT l, Barbara J. Coat~. Plumas Cou~ Tax~, Stat~ of CaMomm, ce~fy ttmt: Nonce is hereby gNen ttmt me re~ pro~efltes la=tKI be~w were dec/amd to be in tax dMsult at 5pro on June 30, 2000. by ~ of law The cleclatatio~ of ~ was due to non-geymem o4 the totJ =w~unt due for ~ t~ces. ~ a,'td og~r c$~rg~ ImAol m 1~~00 wt*uch w~-e a I~ ~ ~ li~ reel ~. "l'he total, v~ch wl due on ,~jne 30, 2000 i= ~loq~ Ol~t~sJle tt~ pwce4 ~ ond mw,~t's ~, ~ch losct~e ~ l~Ol~y TW~ reel prope~ may be reaeemea by payme~ o~ ~ unpa~ ~ w~ uu=wnent= mg~r ~ me aaait~on~ pen~tim and fees, m pmeail~d by law, or may be reaeemed under ~n Wmt~me~t plon o4' nKIompl~. If the tz~e$ rem~m unpld =d~r june 30, 2005, bhe prope~y wil be s~oct to =~e at pubic au~on /Ul informoeon concerning redempeon of t=x.aefau~ property wiZ be furnished, upon reque~ by B~ra J. ~ Wam~= C..~mty Ta~ ~, PO Box 176, Quincy, CA 95971, t~ephone numt~ (530)283-6280 omail ~.om PARCEL ~ ~ EXPL~U_~.TIL~." PLUMAS~COLLE~, ~ATE OF C,N.~ORNtA Property tu default~l on June 30, 20~ f~ the tuee, other chargee for the fl~ml year 1999.4)0: Atl,~mSlO~S Parc~ No. 002-070-.009.000 003-042-002,000 003-411-001-000 003-440-00g-000 003-4g0-020-0~ OO3-49O-O38-OOO OO3-5O3-OO7,O0O 005-~ 70-009.000 005-170-013-000 005-170-014..000 OO5-2OO-O 17-OOO 005-410,.010.000 005-490-011-000 OO6.O4O-OO2.OOO 006-210-040-000 006-210-0G2-000 al~nmel~ lind Default Amount BUTLER WILLIAM R & PEGGIE L H/W $1,00Z80 RASMUSSEN RICHARD DAVID & MARY MAlE HNV $1,~.06 SCHWARTZBERG STEVEN & LYNOA $ 770.10 BENEFIELD JIMMY D & JO ANN I-VW S 547.24 KERSHAW JAMES H JR & CYNTHIA J H/W S 455.22 WHEELER JOHN L ET AL S 971.66 MOORE PATRICK B ET AL S 522_61 GUSTAFSON ARTHUR CYRIL JR $ 703.70 ZANDSTRA STEVEN D S 45OOO ZANOSTRA STEVEN D $ 766.76 S,~.TEL DAVID M & CINDY M HhN $ 1,791.06 HEIMAN KENNETH M & ELLEN M H/W S 681.51 MURRAY MICHAEL P & ANGELA M H/W S 47.94 BALL EVERETT ~ TRUSTEE BALL TRUST S 229.62 JLK~ JAMES O JR & AUDREY H/W $ 2=6.68 STOERMER RUSSELL JAMES & S 308.92 112-12:2-006,000 DOBSON PAUL A S 85.36 112-122-(.,07-000 ~ PAUL A $ 85.36 112-123-0~1..000 BERN/g~ T GRIEG $ 129.26 1t3-1~ ~ PAUL A $ 205.62 113-170-003-000 WYNN RICHARD W & BONITA R I-t,~N S 372.30 115-.032,.016,000 WHITING DAVID R & DEBORAH S,HNV $ 96g.70 115.O59-012-000 DENIER DANIEL K S 52.63 115-059-0,3104)00 SIGLER NORMAN A & WILLA M $ 54.48 115-064-004-4)00 BLUST ~RT H & BAR~.a~ J H/W $1,742.34 115-093-017-000 ZANDSTRA STEVEN O ET AL S 593.04 115-250-0"20-000 GRAY JOHN H & GLADYS MET AL S 1,148.48 115.-271-004..000 STEWART DARRIN & DENA HNV S 829.24 116-022-001-000 BUCKLEY MADELINE A $ 664.00 116-082~ DAY WILLIAM H & MARGIE S 4~3.3~ 116-082-006,4)(X) BROWN ROGER L LIFE EST ET AL $ 504.01 11@180-036.-000 SAWYER GREGORY L DOS A PROFESSIONAL CORP $ 5,g02.72 116-241-006.0(X) LOVF_LL MARY K S 875.92 116-261-006,.000 HOUSE~ RONNY A & SHANNON H/W S 733.42 116-273-006-000 DORR~ JEROME A & KIM~RLEE B H/W S 6~2.40 117-050-013.-000 FINK ROBERT K & BARBARA J,H/W S 1,350.64 117-230-006-000 MITCHELL ROBERT D & MARGUERITE A S 54.66 117-350-028-000 LEONHARDT D/~INA 2/3 ET AL $ 216.83 122-120-023-000 CHALICH ELI S JEAN H~N S 292.60 122-I~ CRAWFORD G L $ 83.98 122-190-001-000 ~ JOSEPH & SHARON TRSTS $ 52.24 Published FRB Aug. 29, Sept 5, 2001 granted to the fund er," Keese ex letter. "I believed that folios were broadly fled mutual empt from the rules of the which do not create flict of interest," "I did not order any of the stocks folio. When the their decisions sulting me all those who are the portfolio. "Like broadly mutual funds, the tend to have a small percentage vested in any on though a large the portfolio cause ceed the -threshold of $2,000. "The very same would be com from disclosure not be a I had been correct lief that all of the owned were broadly d fund." Meanwhile, Keese Chronicle exa value of the stock he' He said the lying on Keese's closure forms, neous assumptionS. Although the financial form possible that have owned in $500,000, Keese far less. That's because asked whether stock shares in $10,000 range; K' "yes," and The used the highest ure, Keese said. The Chronicle sumed that energy-related fir maticalty a confli est, Keese said. "In fact...the whether it is seeable that a rial financial effect pany is complex a case by case Keese "Whether I any conflicts of through my vestments is a (FPPC) to decide ful investigation Keese added. "Today I under the law nical ing a small slice assets in a mutu owning a small of the assets in "Although the influence over one ment decision seem to be case, in the former is no conflict in the latter there conflict under the l Keese said that, : avoid any conflict, he has the stocks in hiS account to be sold. Any future stocks will blind trust, In the letter, that the FPPC its attorneys to the extent to managers' past have caused stocks that could affected by deciS California sion. "If the that I did have terest, I z responsibility to anY appropriat action," Keese ter to the FPPC.. "In that event, ! ed, "I ask the take into this resulted derstanding as to f'mition of mutual Cars As