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14.B Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001 Bulletin, Pro~ Doing Business As: and, . ' Kaiser. NAME STATEMENT business under the above name on Aug. 10, Clerk of Plumes County on date indicated No. 2001-182 (Expires 7-31-2006) The following person(s) is/am doing busi- ness as: River Bums, 102 Commercial Street Porto,, CA 96122. Denise Morgenroth, 364 6th Ave., Porto/e, CA 96122, and Kathy Miller, P.O. Box 1575, Porto~ CA 96122. This business is conducted by a joint ven- ture. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on Aug. 1, 2001. Signed: Denise Morgenroth. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated Rled: July 31, 2001 Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Been Hannah, Deputy Published IVR, PR, CP, FRB Aug. 6, 15, 22, 29, 2ool Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-173 (Expires 7- 200e) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Portola Computers/Computer Ser- vice of Portol& 142 N. Gulling, Portola, CA 96122. Michael John Matus, 807 Yeargin, I~ortole. CA 96122. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above narne on Aug. 1, 2001. Signed: Michael Matus. This statement was flied with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated Filed: July 31, 2001 Jud Walls, County Clerk By: Malinda Rother, Deputy Published NR, PR, CP, FRB Aug. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-178 (Expires 7-27-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Nick's Heating and Refrigeration, 231 S. Mill Creek Rd, Quincy, CA 95971. Nickolas M. Boyd, 231 S. Mill Creek Rd., Quincy, CA 95971. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on July 27, 2001. Signed: Nickoles a. Boyd. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Filed: July 27, 2001 Judith Wets, County Clerk By: Eileen Hannah, Deputy Published IVR, PR, CP, FRB Aug. 8, 15, 22' 29, 2001 Doing Bu=ine== As: F1CllT1OUS EOSlNESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-181 (Expires 7-30-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Solution Bookkeeping, 25 Spanish Vew Crt., Meadow Valle/, CA 95956. Julie Ann Hatzell, P.O. Box 58, Meadow vale, CA This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on Aug. 1, 2001. Signed:. Julia Hatzall. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Filed: July 30, 2001 Judith Walls, County Clerk By: Meinda Rother, Deputy Published IVR, PR, CP, FRB Aug. 8, 15, 22' 29, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-186 (Exp~as 8-14-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: CAMCO Pattengale (formerly Complete Asphalt Maintenance Company), 126 F~t Street, Q~ncy, CA95971. James H. Pattangale, P.O. Box 402, Quin- cy, CA 95971. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact Ix~dness under the above name on Nov. 20, 1976. Signed: James H. Pattenga~ This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated below:. q Rk~l: Aug, 14, 2001 Judah Wells, County Clerk Pul~shed FRB, IVR, PR, CP Aug. 22, 2e, Sapt. 5, 12' 2000 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-186 (Expires 8-14-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Newall Construction, 500 Genesee Indian Creek Rd., Tay~,=,~lo, CA 95983. Creek Rd., CA. This business is conducted by an indlvidual. The Registrant commenced to transact ~ under the al0me name on Aug. 15, 200t. S ned: Ne. Krtr-. 'y This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Ptumas County on date indicated Fh~l: Aug. 15, 2001 Judah Walls, County Published FRB, NR, PR, CP Aug. 29,.Sept. 5, lZ 20oo Doing Business AS: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-184 (Expires 8-10-2006) The following person(s) is/are d~ng busi- ness as: The Hideaway Resort Motel, 101 Hideaway Rd., P.O. Box 728, Greenville, CA 95947. Sue A. and Richard S, Plumlee, 1994 N. Cyprsss St., LaHabra Hrs., CA 9062t This business is conducted by a husband 2001. Signed: Sue A. Rumlee. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumes County on date indicated Rled: Aug. 10, 2:)001. Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Kathleen Williams, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP FICTEtOUS BUSINESS Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12' 2001 NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-180 Doing (Expires 7-30-2001) Business As: The following person(s) is/ere doing busi- ness as: AES Design & Engineering, 3810 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Grizzly Rd., P.O. Box 1267, Porto[a, CA NAME STATEMENT 96122. No. 2001-185 William Major, P.O. BOx 1267, Porto[a, CA (Expires 8-13-2006) 96122 and Walter S. Fullerton, P.O. Box The following person(s) is/am doing busi- 1267, Portola, CA 96122. hess as: Nakoma Resort & Spa, 348 Bear This business is conducted by a general Run, Clio, CA 96106. partnership. Nakoma Resort, Inc. (NV), P.O. BOx 1070, The Registrant commenced to transact Greeagle, CA 96103. business under the above name on Aug. 1, This business is conducted by a corpora- 2001. tion. Signed: Brett Kelser. The Registrant commenced to transact This statement was filed with the County business under the above name on March Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated 23, 2001. below:. Signed: Nakoma Resort, Inc., Darial Garner, Filed: July 30, 200t PmsidenL Judith Wells, County Clerk This statement was filed with the County By: Melinda Rothar, Deputy Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated below: Published FRB, NR, CP, PR Filed: Aug. 13, 2061 Aug. 15, 22, 26, Sept. 5, 2001 Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Nannen, Deputy Bids for creek improve- Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP ments Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12, 2001 Plumes County Community Development Commission NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR Wolf Creek Site Improvements, Greenville CA Bid Number-01059 NOTICE iS HEREBY given that sealed bids will be received by the Plumes County Com- munity Development Commission (PCCDC), Administrator of the Plumas County Public Housing Authority, until September 12, 2001, 5:00 p.m., local time, at which time and place they wi{l be publicly opened and read for furnishing all labor, materials and equipment, and performing all work neces- sary and incidental to: Site improvements at Wolf Creek Public Housing Apartments, Greenville, CA, garter. ally consisting of: Removal of existing con- crete walkways, relocating storage sheds, site grading to improve drainage (including parking areas), and providing new ADA compliant walkways and patios. according to Plumas County Community Development Commission plans, specifica- tions and contract documents. Bids shall be delivered and addressed to the Plumas County Community Develop- ment Commission, attention, Tonu Piakk, P.O. Box 319, 183 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971, and shall be labeled "Woff Creek Im- provements, Bid No. 01059" Any Bidder who wishes its bid to be considered is re- sponsible for making certain that its bid is received in the PCCDC Office by the proper time. No oral, telegraphic, electronic, fac- sio~o or telephonk; b~:is or modiScations will be considered unless spech~ed. BiOs re' calved after the scheduled bid opening time will be returned unopened Plans and Specifications. Plans and specifi- cations may be examined and obtained at no charge at the PCCDC Office, or by call- ing 530-283-2466 ext. 16. Pre-Bid Conference. A pre-bid conference/~ob walk, will be held at 1:00 p.m on September 4, 2001 at 623 Wolf Creek Rd, Greerr~ile, CA. Bidders who are unable to attend the pre-bid conference must call Tonu Pk~,k at least 7 days before the bid opening date. below: Filed: Aug. 6, 2001 Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Hannah, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Aug. 15, 22, 29, Sept. 5, 200t Doing Business As: Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-188 (Expires 8-20-2006) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: PepePRock.Scissors, 150 Pacific Street, Porto/e, CA 96122. Jody Lynn McNicholas, P.O. Box 121, Ca/pine, CA 96124 and Diane Lynn Gale, P.O. Box 144, Ca/pine, CA 96124. This business is conducted by a general partnership. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on Oct. 15, 200t. Signed: Diane L Gale. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Filed: Aug. 20, 200t Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Eileen Hannah, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP Aug. 26, Sept. 5, t2' t9, Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-189 (Expires 8-20-2001) The following person(s) is/am doing busi- ness as: Sierra Bianca Construc0on, 96644 Hiway 70, ChilcooL CA 96t 05. J~=k O. Gm~e=, P.O. Do= 1~S, ChilooL C~ 96105. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on Aug. 20, 2001. Signed: Jack O. Graves. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Filed: Aug. 20, 2001 Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Kathleen Williams, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Aug. 29, Sept. 5, 12' 19, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTfflOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-190 (Expires 8-21-2001) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Movin' West Trailer Ranch/Movin' west RV Park, P.O. Box 1010, Graeagle, CA96103. Betty J. Allen, P.O. Box 1010, Graeagle, CA 96103. This business is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name in March 1996. Sigr~: Betty J. A~k~. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated below:. Rled: Aug. 21, 2001 Jud~ Wells, County Clerk Been Han , Dep Published FRe, NR, CP, PR Aug. 29, Se1~ 5, 12, 19, 2001 Doing Business AS: RCTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-175 (Expire= 7-24-2006) The following persen(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: United Military Sales Inc., P.O. Box 253, Clio, CA 96106. United Military Sales Inc., P.O. Box 253, Clio, CA 96106. This business is conducted by a corpora- t~ The Registrant commenced to transact bosiness under the above name on Jan. 1. 2001. Signed: United Military Sales Inc., M. Patrk da John, pres. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated Filed: July 24, 2001 Jud co y CWk Been Hannah, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP Aug. 15, 22, 29, Sapt 5, 2601 Doing - Business AS: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-183 (Expires e-6-200t) The following person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Brick ~ BBQ, P.O. BOx 275, CA 961O5. Brett Keiser, P.O. BOx 275, (~hilcoot, CA 96105 and Peter KetSngton, P.O. BOx 232, Cl lcoo CA 961 O5. This businese is conducted by a general partnership. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name Aug. 1, 2001. Centimed from pal I.B yourself if this child spent two or three years in daycare from a person that went through the public school system with a degree. Nancy Webb Greenville Remembering a hero On behalf of the class of 1949, thank you for publish- ing Delmer Wilson Ross's Missing in Action commemo- ration in the newspaper. Leonard and Elaine Ross were elated and grateful. The poster that was made in Delmer's memory was dis- played at the Alumnae Picnic on Saturday Aug. 11, and on Sunday, Aug. 12, at the Old Timers picnic in Graeagle. Patriotic ribbons were worn, and everyone remem- bered our hero with pride. In our opinion, Delmer Wilson Ross should have a perma- nent memorial. A suitable memorial would be the place- ment of his picture in the Hall of Fame in Portola High School, and a declaration of Aug. 27 as Delmer Wilson Ross Day. Marsh Guerra Class of 1949 Greetings from Florida Hi, my name is Joy and I grew up in Quincy. I left when I was 17 and went to live with my brother in Ari- zona (who also grew up in Quincy, Portola, and Greenville). That's where I met my husband and we now live in TaUahassee, Fla. My mother, other brother, his wife and two kids still live in Quincy. I also have a brother and sister who live in Portola. I have been gone about five years but plan to visit soon to see my family. I just wanted to let you know that I enjoy visiting your web site and plan to visit it at least once a week to see how things are going there. Joy Buckley Tallahassee, Fla. Not at property owners' expense Hospital tax: A resounding "yes" to keeping Indian Val- ley Hospital open; a resound- ing "no" at the expense of the property owner. It is time the property own- er stops having to provide the non-property owner with "a free lunch." The property owner is already providing "free lunch" ambulance ser- vice to many non-property Co~ ~se. ~I Bi~:Iders shall be li- [:-- : :'i censed under the provisions of Chapter 9, : : Division 3 of the Business and Professions :: Code of the State of California to do the Disadvantaged businesses type of work contemplated in the prolect P~umas County's Draft The Successful Bidder shall possess a valid Contractors License issued by the Contrac- tor's State License Board 'at the time the contract is awarded. The class of license shall be B, or any other classification applic- able to the work specified in the contract. Wages. It shall be mandatory upon the Contractor to pey its employees the general rate of wages as determined by the U. S. Deperlment of Housing and Urban Develol> merit as defined in Cleuse 47 of the Genera/ Conditions of Contract for Construction for "Nonroutine Maintenance'. Bid Security BO. Each Bid shell be accom- panied by a certified check; cashier's check, or Bid bond duly comploted on the form pro- vided herewith by a guaranty company au- thorized to carry on business in the State of CaSfomia, in an amount equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the sum of the total amount bid, including any options. Said bond is payable without condition to the Plumes County Community Development Commission es a guaranty that the bidder, it awarded the contract, will promp~y execute the contract in accordance with the Bid in the ~ and form required by thase con- tract documents. The Bid Security shall be forfeited to the Plumes County Community Development Commission as liquidated damegss in the case of failure or neglect of the bidder to 5xnish, execute and deliver to the Plumas County Community Develop- Co mL i= requ d perfuman bond, payment bond and evidences of in- surance, and to enter into, execute and de- liver to the Rumas County Community De- vetopmant Commission the contract on the form provided herewith, within ten (10) days after being notified in writing by the Plumes County Community Development Commis- sion that the award has been mede and the contract is reedy ~ execution. Payment Bond. Pursuant to Civil Code 3247, for work invo~ng an expenditure of greater than $25,003 the Successful Bidder will be mqu#ed to furnish a Paymant Bond in an amoum equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the total amount of the contract before commencement of work and con- forr~ng to the conYact documents. Performance Bond. The Successful will be required to fumish a Performance Bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the total amount of the contract 10efom commenceme~ of work and confomdng to the contract docements. Substitution of Securities. The Contractor shall be permitted to substitute ssouritles for any mor s by Plumes COu Community Development Commission to ensure performance under this contract, such substitution to be subject to the limite- lions and requirements of Public Contract Cede 223oo. Sty: 1"o u Publi~ FRC, IVR, CP, PR 29, 2ooI Disadvantaged Business En~ (DBE) Program and Goal for Federal FiscaJ Year 2001/2002 Plumas County will begin a 4S-day Public Participation period, as outlined in T~le 49 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26, on AUg. 22, 2001. The draft program and goal will be ~ellable for public review and oorn- ment for 45 days ending on Oct. 7, 2001. After all public comments have been ad- drassed, the Rew, ed Draft Program be sent to the Dept. of Transportation, District 02, Redding, CA for final review and ap- proval. Upon Caitrans' approval, the Re- vised Draft Program will then be presented to the Rumas County Board of Supervisors for adoption. Plurnas County's, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Goal For Federal Fiscal Year 2001-2002 is 7 percent. WHYTHIS NOTICE: Local agency recipi- ents of federal funds shall comply with all the etements of Ti~ 49, Part 26 of the Code o~ Federal Regulations entitled 'Participe. by Disadvantaged Business Enteq)dses in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs.' These prov ns ap- ply to all federal-Bid funded transportation pmiects. The Draft DBE Pregram is evallebte for pub- at the P ,.as C,o V 0epartmont of ~ Works'. 1834 East Main St., Quin- cy, CA, on woekday~ ber.ee~ the hours of 8:00 ~m. and 4:30 p.m. Written comments may be addressed to John Mennle, Plumas County Department of Put~ic Works, 1834 East Main St, Quin- cy, CA, 95971 or by e-mail at tranpcpw@psin.cem. If you have any questions please contact John Man~e at 263-6498. PubSshed FRB, IVR, CP, PR AUg. 22, 26, sep 5, 12' 2001 DoingBusinsss As: RCTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001.193 (Expires 8-23-2001) The following person(s) is/am doing busi- ness as: Rumas Comping. 321 Alder St., Quincy, CA 95971. Robed and Card Burney, P.O. Box 3772, Quincy, CA 95971. This business is conducted by a husband and wife. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on Aug. 23, 2001. Signed: Robert Burney This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated F~I: Aug. 23, 2001 Judlth We,s, County Nannan, Dep=y Published FRB, NR, CP, PR Aug. 29, Sept5, 12, 19, 2001 owners, that will demonize The need to keep the hospi- our founding tal open is apparent. Howev- ture, business er, the cost of doing so needs entities, religioUS to be found by some othervalues, and then means. If possible, by a spe- our deviant, cial sales tax assessment, the ety would best landfill closure funds or a with a sale to a private corporation? democracy where Vote no to a parcel tax as- promise zs a sessment! Walt Hines Balancing Taylorsville with rational they're Job imperative. I would like to share with they return from c you and the community of leave them Chester about the service we ist influences, received while on vacation at perceive you the PSEA camp on the lake. or behind the We arrived Aug. 15, which the was a Wednesday. Every- n't im thing was fine until the next most will day when our truck overheat- ences after a ed from pulling our boat at ality and life about 6 p.m. some will never The next morning, Friday oculation Aug. 17t, I asked the camp most caretaker if he knew of ayou are most place where I could take my and point out truck for repair. He recom- mation, mended a tire store in- goguery Chester. When I got to the plain that the store, I was thinking, "Out of are used in town visitors in an emer- " ments. You can t gency situation--I can kiss sured that my wallet goodbye." essary I was told by one of theedge to make guys working in the shopsions. that he would try to fit me in before his next appointment. Here we go--just another ex- cuse to charge more. Can be stressf Since he couldn't start I just want to f working on my truck, we swer to your went to breakfast, hoping it libelous content, would be fixed when we were you all do a great, done. Well, we finished eat- ing. I've ing, walked back to the store, reading your and the truck wasn't ready ciaUy the yet. tot" section. I told my wife to find an It's the one ATM. newspapers So here we are, the start of by "just the factSf our vacation away from Are you aware home, and no transportation, cal science I just knew this simple repair readers of"LetterS was going to cost us. After torT' It's where the mechanic was done, he grassroots of told us to come in the office ment. They and he would give us the bill. one person's When he did, I almost died. It tainly be was a fair and honest price, ritant. The mechanic who worked As for editing, on our truck not only did never thought quality work and gave us a you receive fair deal, but he offered ad- make it to the vice if [ had the same prob- can see that lem again, stressful for you We just want to say thanks to have to read to Dale for treating us the you "toss it." way, you did..']['he omarmnity Keep up the good of Chester should be proud of you. Grant and Cherly Garcia VaHejoSuch talent _. We Immunize college-bound to be able to it's time for school to be- ping music from gin--so it's time to immunize and '40s your children. College-bound the Greenville students are most at risk, so lawn. Our it's vital to vaccinate them Plumas Arts against this looming illness and especially promptly, wonderful The ailment is transmitted Porch Swing. either verbally or in print, professionals, Students will be infected with though there leftist ideology, and without a of people in the foundation of truth to bal- stead of the ance the information, they were there. may fall prey to seductive, As an utopian ideals. Symptoms in- Swing clude loss of all commonthey are sense and logical reasoning chosen abilities. The only effective Satterfield's vaccine is knowledge, licorice stick, to Parents seldom discuss pol- fiddle of Johnny itics with children, but it's be- the strumming coming increasingly vital to rich's bass, do so. Our children are fed Johns to the leftist ideals throughout Shelly Miller. school, such as ludicrous lev- bers they chose els of "politically correct" giebut speech, unreasonable fear of Plumas guns (as opposed to reason- able gun safety), Darwin,s ple give their theory of evolution (without our communities the balanced allowance of rive to the creation theory), the theory Next time the of global warming (again, sion brings without balancing this teach- an Valley we ing with information from them the dissenting scientists), and the serve. list goes on. Dick College students encounter purveyors of gloom and doom Rotary By Te rll Ih at ire Squadron, Portola Editor One of the many things the The newly Portola Rotary Club is best squadron known for is its pancake hard and will be: breakfast, served at the annu. formatim; drills. al Rotary Fly-In Breakfast. One of the The Rotary promises the tions, the pancakes will be even better Club, will hS this year and the breakfast is planes on scheduled to take off Sunday, will be put tb: Sept. 9, at the Beckwourth paces in the Nervino Airport. way. The excitement and good Sky Dive food will get underway at 7 divers will a.m. with breakfast beingwith served until 11 a.m. sure to leave But it's not just the break, ground in awe. fast that brings planes from The Fly-In all over the West to Beck- be zooming in, wourth for the day. tage aircraft, This year, the Rotary hastarians are teamed up with the Civil Air putting tog{ Patrol Feather River Compos- plane