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We0nesday, Aug, 29, 2001 M tmD public locations, and notified amount of water. Those who bought out and a board of de. the radio stations, use the higher amounts, pri. rectors was chosen to help a rough agenda Six people showed up at themarily businesses, will see operate the system. new; public July meeting, Kraul pointed higher increases in their "I'll tellyou frankly, we got them in out. While members of the monthly billing, according to an old, run-down system that lions, but a small board had expected a larger board member JimBequette. was very inadequate with of organizers de- turnout to provide input, she Bequette offered a sam- considerable debt," Bequette wanted more in- said they took the low pling of the rate structure at. said. t, and hosted a turnout as an acceptance of meeting Wednes- the proposed plan to raise rates, especially to larger wa. Quin- ter users, and upgrade part of ,'re trying to get the High the existing service. Festival, court. On Aug. 9, the QCSD held that are to plans and the another meeting to comply shelter were with the adoption process, informal set- Kraul explained. And a final Orange Hall. meeting was scheduled for agency repre- Aug. 23 to adopt the plan. Jim Bequette Were invited to QCSD Manager Larry Sue- Board Member answer public liven explained the district's only a handful funding plan. According to Sullivan, the the meeting, which has al- "And no money to operate representatives of rate increase will allow the ready been discussed at pub- it," he added. Since that time, Community Set- district to make repairs and lic meetings and reported in the board has worked to ira- Ken renovate the district's aging the Feather River Bulletin. prove the system. High- water and sewer system. One "We're trying to get rates "Our community has got to Lt. Com. Paul particular plan is to fund a that are fair to people," Be. have water," Bequette said, $350,000 water project on the quette said. about those accustomed to Who were invited Coburn Well. He added that they chose turning on the faucet and get- show were Residents within the dis-not to go to a fiat rate change, tang good, clean water, and County Fair trice who live higher on the but based the increase on the plenty of it. Mike Beatty hill have complained for amount of water being used. If customers don't pay for Mike Stockton years of the lower water pres. According to Bequette, improvements now, he said, Quincy area), sure; changes would enable those who use the most, pay "one of these days, they will s of the them to receive pressure elm. the most. turn that tap on and water Sheriff's De- ilar to lower areas of Quincy. "Ya, it hurts," Bequette ac- won't be there." )ervisor Don In an effort to finance a 10- knowledged. "Everyone of us At this point, Bequette also invited, butyear, 15.3 million improve- on the board, we have to pay pointed out that Trumbo had of a prior ment project, most customers our own bill, too." been giving out erroneous in- using the QCSD system will Bequette said the water formation to his radio listen- see an increase. Prices are district was privately owned, ere about the intent of the up- gauged according to meteruntil in the 1980s, when the grades. size and water use, with a public demanded that a pub- Trumbo responded that he small decrease seen for those lic board be appointed. The had received his information customers who use the least existing water district was from a story in the Bulletin. Hall (meeting) because of the ," explained Ron of station. "People in it." a few people Up the 60 member Were interested in most people in mind-- the continuation Music Fes. is billed as a and camping near or on July 4 County Estate of McGroarty NOTICE OF PETITION Patl~on to Adminiater Eaters TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF SonyaC. Cue Number To all heirs, benef i m, orKlltom, contin- gent creditors end persons who may be the third year of of m oo t o oatKI In ,-4 or m, of 0 Bequette said he had readder the new plan, the district the same article and had not intended to replace the root of reached the same conclusion, the system within the next 10 Quincy resident Chuck years. Goubert asked what the ser- Sullivan said that, under vices district intends to re- the plan, 80 to 90 percent of place. He also asked how new the remaining system would the system is. be done. Sullivan said that in 1997- Kraul indicated that, 98 the district financed a through David Keller and the large project and replaced the community development worst of the system--about commission, grants were be- one-third of it. ing sought to help the dis- Goubert then asked if, un- trice. Petition for Name Change Amended Order to Show Cause for Change of Name NO. 34006 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Pet~x)ner Stephenie Mallory filed e petition this court for a bec~ chin~ names ell f~idY~: a JESSICA WYNN VICONDOA to JESSICA WYNN MALLERY; b. DANIEL. RAYMOND VICTOR VICONDOA to DANIEL RAYMOND VICTOR MAU..ERY THE COURT ORDERS that aH persons in. terut~ in this matter sheJl appear before this court at the hearin0 inUic~ below to Show oaulo, If any, why the petition for change of name should not be grint~. NOTICE OF HEARING at Supanu Court of C=~mla. Countt of Lusan, September 17. 2001 at 8:45 e.m. in,apt. 1 at 220 ~ Sttelt, SUlinvilid, CA 981~0. Filed0. 3, 2001 at l. men County Sul rlor Co t for R. Reed, Admln. A~. 14, 21, ~8, ~I~. 4, 2001 USFS NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST The Lookout Fire Roadside Hazard SSTS is locm~ '~n Sectlon~ I0, 15, 18, 20, 21, E2, ~, 24, T.~N., R.BE., end ~ t7, 18, 19, T.23N,, RgE, MDM. The Forest Service will recehte sealed ~ in ~l~ic st Mr, Hough DiWict Office at 10:00 local time on September 12, 2001 for In estimated 83 CCF of fire damaged timber marked or o~. erwise 0esignat~ for cutting, In a~lition there is approximately 421 CCF of timber oul~oct to ~nmmer This ~e is oat uibe for smell businosl firms with 25 or fewer employeol. If no small bulinols concern makN a valid bid, the Forest ~Kvlce will reedvort~ t~s u~ wRt~ut reotfc'~ns on oor m. Th rF0nt Servk:e - o to re :t amy dr