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Community News Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001 9A hearing hold a public Ioilowing matter on Wednes- 12, 2001 in the Board of I Courthouse, I Use Permit-courthouse An- Use Permit for a The 48,888 square occupied by the follow- Health, Mental ~:1 Drug, Social Services, Northern Sierra Air District, and Passages located at 270 County Hospi- CA; APN 115-160-002; MDM. Number 532 has been Quality Act. This doc- be adopted at the on the above hear- Herrin, Senior Plan- g Department are welcome to at- and will be given address the Zoning Ad- Ihe above protects in court, to raising only those is- else raised at the Idescnbed in this notice, or in delivered to the at, or prior to, the pub- should be mailed to the 520 Main Street, f, California 95971. Sept s, e Show Cause for Change of Name 34OO6 PERSONS: Mallery filed a petition a decree changing names WYNN VlCONDOA MALLERY; b. DANIEL VICTOR VlCONDOA to all persons in- II matter shall appear before hearing indicated below to why the petition for be granted. of Lassen, September a.m. in Dept. 1 at 220 CA 96130. at Lassan County Supe- Reed, Chief Admin. Officer 2001 2001 Property Sale NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE TS No.: 2001- ?.4175-C LOAN No.: 5000234053 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DAT- ED 5/7/99 UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE IFYOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. A public auction sale to the highest bidder for cash, cashieds check drawn on a state or na~onal bank, check drawn by state or federal credit union, or a check draw~ by a sta~ or federal sav.xjs and assec on, cr sa. xjs assoo- a~or~ or ~ barn ~ in Sec0m 5102 to the Financial code and autho~ to do bum- ness in re=e, be by cUy trustee. The sale will be made, but without cownan cr wan-ar , expr=r l o implied, re- gacd pessess cr incamberanms, to by sad Deed of TnJSt The und~ Trustoe disdaims aly li- any nmrmdnms of the pmmay ad- dress or other common designation, if any, shown hereirL TRUSTOR(S): David L WNtm- ton; Laurie A Whitontm Recorded 5/14/99 as Inslmment No. 03620, in tx:x~ TI6, pege 228, of Ofr~ Records in the o~ of the County P, ecord d aumas Coup, Stz= of Date of S~e: 9/26/2001 at 11:00 AM Place of Sae: Al the Main Street arax~ to tl-e County couma , s20 Man Strset Qu cy. nia. The property address is purported to be: 143 Roche Avenue Quincy, CA 95971. Assas- sor's Parc~ Numbe~. 115-075-011-000 LegaJ Description: As more fully dascribed on Deed of Trust. The total amount seoured by said ~ as of ~e time of ini~i pul~Ica- tion of ttis r ce is $St88a63, the amour of the umad ba , ce (' dud- ing accrued and unpaid intems~ and reasom able astimated oosts, expensas, and advances at the time of initial publicatkm of It~ nolice. Date: August 07, 2001 Law O111~ of Slm~m J. Meknet, In~, ee Truatee, Sareh ~ Autho~v.ed Signature, 2912 S Daimte~ Sleet, Santa ~ Cadifomia 92705-5811 Sales Line: (916) 387-7728, For Reinstatement and Pay-Off Remas=, P se (949) flce is a~tamlxing to colect a de~X and aW intx- ma~on ol~ined will I~ ul~l for ~at puq:x:~. ASAP442451 08/05, 09/12, 09/19 Public Notice Deadline Thursdays at 4 p.m. 283-0800 FAX 283-3952 NOTICE OF DIVIDED PIJmLmAllON 3385. Revemm and Ta~on Code, ~ Pul~i~l~ed Delinquent County, State of Califomm has been dNk~ed and d~tnbuted to vanous I~IBLImHImD DBUmlQu~r u~r f Tax Colleclor, Staw of ~, cerbly that: 2000, by ~ of mw. "n)a ~cJWabon ~f ~ wm due fo non-payment ~ fot ~ t~oas, ~lll~asm~ and o~1~ ~ W~ad in1~99-OO v~nich I~. The I~ll, whi~ t due on June 30. 2000 is il~own ~d owners r~me, whic~ clieecdl~ !~ WOlX~. TIm-deflull~ roll by m~mt of ~ ~mpe~ t=~s =too ~neras t~eme~ v~ me Irl fee~, as i~i~nbecl by Imv, cr mw be redeemed uncler In ~ If the tmxes r~ unlmicl ~ mine 30, 2005, the i:mm~W wtl be subje~ to AI m~m~im (x~ern~ rec~m/m of tax-m~ul~ m0mmy v~ ~e by Barbara J. ~. P~ County Tax Collector. PO Box 176. (,r~o)283-sz~o ~ ~.~m PARCEL NUMBERING ~ EXPLANATION the (APN), when uud to de=clbe i~ in mis Be rmrem to ~e in the bkx~ The as~ssors rnal0s and fu~w explana~on of ~e avaiial~e in S-,e m~emor's offce. m ltue and correct STATE OF C/UJFORNIA year t99e-~k ,I D~au~t Name Amount BUTLER ~qLLIAM R & PEGGIE L HhN S 1,002.60 RASMUSSEN RICHARD DAVID & MARY MAJE H/W $1,338.~5 SCHWARTZ~ERG STEVEN & LYNDA $ 770.10 BENEFIELD JIMMY D & JO ANN ~ $ 547.24 KERSHAW JAMES H JR & CYNTHIA J H/W $ 45522 WHEELER JOHN LET AL $ 971.~ MOORE PATRK~ B ET AL $ 522.61 GUSTAFSON ARTHUR CYRIL JR $ 703.70 ZANDSTRA S~ O S 450.00 ZANOSTRA STEVEN D $ 766.76 SALTEL DAVID M & CINDY M H/W $ 1,791.0~ HEIMAN KENNETH M a ELLEN M HNV $ 661.51 MURRAY MICHAEL P & ANGELA M ~ S 47.94 BALL EVERETT HOLMAN TRUSTEE BALL TRUST S 229.62 JUDD JAMES O JR a AUDREY HNV $ 228.68 STOERMER RUSSELL JAMES & $ 30~.92 DOBSON PAUL A $ 85.36 DOBSON PAUL A $ 85.36 BERNALL T GREG $ 129.2~ DOBSON PAUL A $ 206.82 WYNN RICHARD W & BONITA R H/W $ 372.30 ~-IITING DAVIO R & DEBORAH S,H/W S ~.70 ~ENIER DANIEL K S 52.63 ~IGLER ~ A & WtLLA M $ 54.48 BLUST ROBERT H & BARBARA j H/W $1,742.34 ~STEVENDETAL " $ ~I~I.04 GRAY JOHN H & GLADYS MET AL $1,148.48 rEWAJI~T OARI~N & DENA I,.M~ $ A9~.24 ~X3K].EY I~ A $ (164OO DAY ~q~.IAM H & MARGIE $ 483.36 BROWN ROGER L LIFE EST ET AL $ 504.01 ~AWYF..R GREGORY L DOS A PROFESSIONAL CORP $5.902.72 LOV1EI I MA/~ K . $ S75.~2 HOUSEHOLDER RONNY A & SHANNON HNV $ 733.42 DORRIS JEROME A & KIt,~BERIJEE S H/W $ (162.40 FINK ROBERT K & BARBARA j,HNV $1.3~O.~4 MffCHELL ROBERT D & MARGUERWE A $ 54.66 I.E~ D/Um~U~ 2/3 ET AL $ CHN.X:;H EU & JEAN H/W S 292.e0 CRAWFORD G L $ as-as I~ JO~.PH & SHARON TRSTS S 52.24 Soup, Salad Bar SHOPPING CENTER - 283-2320 By Temri Dao t County a no-kig county, elb - Portola Editor inating any unnecessary eu- They may not be doggie bis- thanizations. curs or kitty snacks, but alu- HSAR volunteers currently minum cans are now the pre- open their homes to unwant- ferred treat of adoptable ar i- ed dogs, becoming foster par- mals at High Sierra Animal ents until new homes are Rescue (HSAR). found. From Saturday, Sept. I, Each week, the volunteers through Friday, Nov. 30, load the animals into a van HSAR will recycle aluminum and head for Petco in Reno, cans in a communitywide dri- where the dogs are hopefully ve to raise needed operating adopted out to new families funds, who have undergone exten- HSAR, which began in 1999, sive screening. is striving to make Plumas The HSAR facility, which ordinance changes ORDINANCE No. 29 An Ordinance of the Quincy Community Services District Repealing Reso4u'dons Number 96- 4, dated December 17, 1996 and October 8, 1998, raspectively, and repe~ing 0rdinsncas Number 24, dated October 8, 1998, and Ordinance 16(A), dated September 12,1994. Furtt~r, Adopting Ordinance 29 as Dasignated Hereinabove, Adopting Rates and Chargee fu Water and Wastewater ,~, and ~ed Charges, EffectNe September 25, 2001. The Board of Directors of the Quincy Community Services Distrid hereby ordains as follows: Titb 10 Rates and Charges for Water and Wastewater Services Chapter 10.04 Rates, Charges and Fees Section=: 10.04.010 Repeal 10.04.020 General Provisions 10.04.030 Backllow Protect~n Device Inspecbon and Repairs 10.04.040 Charges for Water and Wastewater Services 10.04.050 Reserved I0.04.060 10.04.070 Party Responsible for Payment lo.oOlO All rates, fees and charges for water and sewer (wastewater) se~cas prosc.~bed and set forth in aJl prev~usly adopted oKli~, resolutions and orders by the Quincy Community District, County Serv~ Area no. 13, and the Quincy Sanitary DistriCt, are hereby repealed. 10.04.020 C~meml Provlslorm The Board of Directors shall review the districtis rate structure annually. The board shall El- just all rates and charges to assure solvency and cornpiiance w~th o~'tanding contractual obligatk~s relating to services and regular oper~ng expenditures. I0.04.030 ~ Protection Device Inspection end Repaire AS required by app4icabie laws, all backflow prevention valves and devices are subject to pe- riodicinspectionandtesting by authorized dis~persennel. The fee for the inspection shall be $35.00. All work other than inspections shall be performed at the rate of $30.00 per hour, and parts shall be charged at cost, p~us ten percent (10%) for handling. 10.04.040 Charge= for Water and W~teltor Sendces, Operatlomd Coat~, and for For the purposes of determining monthly charges for water and wastewater services and us- es, the follo~ng schedules shall be used WATER RATE SCHEDULES - THREE YEARS onthly Service Charge (S/month) FY 01.02 FY 02-03 ~Y 03-04 5/8" Meter $23.60 $2596 $28 04 3/4" Meter $33.78 $37.15 S40.13 1" Meter $54.14 $59.56 $6432 1 1/2" Meter $105.05 $115.55 $124 79 2" Meter $166.13 $18274 $197 36 3" Meter $308.66 $339.53 $366 69 4" Meter $512.28 $563 51 $608 59 mmodity Rates {$110(~ Gallons) FY 01-02 FY 02-03 FY 03-04 First 2,300 gaftons of water$0100 $0110 $0119 Over 2~300 g allons of water$0.116 $0.128 $0.138 WASTEWATER RATE SCHEDULES - THREE YEARS Re~dem=thd Flat Rathe (s/Month) , FY 01-02 FY 0~-03 FY 03-04 S~ngle Family $15 68 $16 62 $17 62 Mul~i-Fa,~dly $1 t 96 S12.~ $13 44 Noe~bsicSen~ ,Wastewater nJnes FY 0t-0= FY 0=.4~ FY 0:)-O4 Monthly Serv~ c~ (In~oem~} 5/8" Meter $266 $282 $2.99 3/4" Meter $343 $3.64 S3.86 1" Meter $5.28 $5.~S0 $5.94 I 1/2" Meter $10.07 $10.07 $11.3t 2" Meter $15 62 $16.56 $1755 3" Meter $28.59 $30.31 $32.13 4" Meter $47.11 $49.94 $52.94 WASTEWATER RATES SCHEDULES - CONTINUED Mort-Residential Wastewlder Rates FY 01-02 Pif 02-03 FY 03.04 Commodity Rates ($/100 Oello~a) Low Strengm User ~ 173 $0.180 SO t 90 Medium Strength User $0 211 SO 220 $0 240 H~g~ str~ u~ SO 309 $0330 $0.350 Sd'mo, l$ $0.158 S0170 $0 180 Septage Recer,,.ing (s/Gallons) "" $0060 $0.062 $0064 Leach,ate Rece'Mng ($/Ga#lon$)" $0 030 $0 031 $0 032 East Quincy CSD Wastewater' Rate FY 01-02 FY 02-03 FY 03-04 $13.226.O0 Annie .'~F,,~ment - ~, #00-I ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATIONAL COST New Account Fee $2000 Water Turn-On Fee $15.00 Delinquency Fee 1 I/2% per Month. ($2.00 Minimum) Unauthorized Water Usage Penalty $150,00 Minimum-FuURastJtulk)n Returned C.,hec~ Charge ~5.00 Credt Cr~k Fee $15.00 S.R.S. Charges Minimum Full Load (based m full capacity of tank size) @ Rate par Gabon SR.S. Dumping Charges Cost of Full Load + Minimum 2 hours of Labor (a er hours) S.R.S. Clean-up Fee $100.00 Panalty, plus actual coat of ckmn-up Rre Protection - Private 5/8-inch Meter Base Rate Hydrant Usa Chargas (w h Currant B=e Rate & Quantity Ch=ge 3-inch mate0 Me r Ren . 0.00 moth m mum charge, p us water quan ty charge, pius refundaUe doport of $ t000.00. Actu~ Coat* Meter S~ Chen~ Fee (where main is tapped San~e Line Change Fee man is taped & se ce is la.,ged) Mministrative Fee for Service sar~ Ime =ub-ins, shut-off vanes, v~, dsan-o~s, etc.) Fass abix o= of m pioym (s). DEPOSn'~ & INTER~ w~ l'm bwn =hut-~f lot To Re- m (Where ttw e is a balan rm ,nin9 a p,w ou= emant Fee m ascount has been writtan off and/or asm to oWle, m ) Interest Actu= COst* Meter Resat Chargas ActuaJ Coat * Actual COrn- Minimum (I) One Hou~ of Actual Cost Actuai Cost Act Coat ActuaJ Coat* Actual Coat * = iniatm ve coat(s), coat of utilizaton, and $80.00 Deposit or (3) ~ Ts~es Average I~n~Wy Bill $80.00 Dqx t + l ance Oue on Previou Account =m ce c m= md m due Upo of upon pe/mant of ~, the Dtgrict will r(~und depot, ift~ deduct g any unfed The Dimrict will not pay int est on or connes." m mmt . 10.04.070 Party ~ For I~P/mqmt Pumuant Io the provisions of Government Code 61621, at |mq. the ~ w~l collect the for u from the owner, who l /ment of the ratas and Any unpaid amount become a lien upon real proper. ty, upon recorda~on of ace~ refl~ng the delinquency or d~. (Gov't Code 61621.3) Pas d and adom|d by Board of of Qu no/ D, ct at a special meeting this 23rd day of A~gust, 2001, bylhe fo41o~ vote: AYES: Director l Imm, Geata ni, D nl)mz, Gosmm, Kraul NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None Signed: Kimber Kraul, President, Board of Directors Attested: Teresa Gray, Secretary Pub hed FRB, 29, 5, 2001 will eventually house the un- wanted dogs, is still under construction and the recy- cling program will help raise funds to complete the project and provide the funds for op- erating the center. HSAR is participating in Paws to Recycle, the only na- tionwide aluminum can recy- cling program benefiting ani- mal shelters. HSAR will earn operating funds and free Friskies pet food for its participation and will compete with other shel- ters across the country to win one of five $3,000 grand prizes. "By recycling aluminum cans, we hope to raise extra funds for needed programs such as the spay and neuter program," said Brenda Grizzell, HSAR volunteer. "We're asking animal lovers throughout the area to donate their used aluminum beverage cans to HSAR dur- ing this very important drive time," she said. Paws to Recycle is an alu- minum can recycling pro- gram sponsored by the Ameri- By Marian Uddell Chester EdP or Now is the time, and oppor- tunity, to uncover the value of the quilt you made, pur- chased, received as a gift or inherited. Mountain Maid Quilters, 135 Main, Ste. 6E, Chester is offering professional ap- praisals Sept. 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Appraisal cost per quilt is $30. Good reasons to appraise quilts include protection dur- ing shipping, replacement value for insurance purposes, purchasing a "Fine Arts Floater," donation or gift val- ue. Twain property sale NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Trustee Saie No. 5794 Title Order No. 605965 Loan ' No. -- .4PN 0@2,,4.~0~,0~I ~& 002-430-002 TRA No. - YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 07/10/1998. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO- TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBUC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On 09/19/2001 at 11:00 AM, Foreclosurelink, Inc., f/k/a Mortgage Lender Services, Inc. as the duly appoi~ed Trustee under and pur- suant to Deed of Trust Recorded on 07/20/t998, Instrument 5351, Book 746, Page 669, and re-recorded on 11/29/2000, Instrument 2000-09226 of Official Records in the Office of the Recorder of Plumas County, California, executed by: Clark An- ton Nieman. as Trustor United States of America, as Beneficiary. Will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, (payable at time of sale in lawful money of the United States, by cash, a cashier's check drawn by a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or feder- al sawngs and loan aasociatJon, savings as- sociat~, or savings bank specified in sec- tion 5102 of the Financial Code and autho- rized to do business in this state.) At The Main Street entrance to the County Court- house, 520 Main Street, Quincy, CA, all right, title and interest ~ to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County, California describing the land therein: The S 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 21, Town- ship 25 North, Range 8 East, MD.M. ex- cepting therefrom that ponlon thereof con- veyed to Wastern Pacific Railway Company by Deed recorded August 8, 1906 in Book 35 of Deeds, Page 24. Also excepting thee- from that portion thereof conveyed to the State of Cafifomia, for highway right of way by Deed recon:led Auguat 30, 1930 in Book 63 of Deeds at Page 192. The property heretofore described is being, sold 'as is'. The street addreas and other common dos- ignation, if any, of the real property de- scribed above is purported to be: 26109 and 26124 State Highway 70, Twain, CA. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any lia- bility for any incorrectness of the street ad. dress and other common designation, if any, here. Said be mado, but wiU ut covenant or wa.anty, exprm d or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining prind- |urn of the nc (s) =cured by .id Deed of Trust, ',~th interest thereofl, as provided in said note(s), advances, if any, under the terms of the Deed of Treat, as1~lated fees, cherges and expansas of the Truatee and of the treats created by said Desd of Trust, to. wit: $16,898.84 (Estimated) Accrued inter. est and additiO~ advance~ if any, will tn- =r m thi= f, gem l Or to The bem under said Deed of Trust heretofore ex :,ed and de vered to the undorelgn d a written Declaration of Default and De- mand for Sale, and a writtan No~e of De. fault and Election to Satl. The undomigned cau=ed said No~ of Default and Elect~ to SeU to be recorded In the county where the teat property i= loceted and morn than three months have elapsed since such recordation. ForeclosureLink, Inc. F/WA Mortgage Se cas Inc., as Trustee, 5056 Sunrise 81yd., Suite B-2, Fair Oaks, CA 95628 Sale Iofonnation Une: (916)387- 7/28, MarshETownsand, Date: 8/21/01 t d P443 Published FRB Aug. s, 12, :,oo can Humane Association, Friskies PetCare Company and Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa). The five shelters that demonstrate the most recy- cling initiative and communi- ty involvement will receive a $3,000 cash award from Friskies. Barbara Royer, of Friskies PetCare, said that in the In'st seven years of the program, hundreds of shelters across the country have recycled more than 7 million pounds of aluminum cans and have earned more than $2 million for needed programs. Several Portola businesses have agreed to be a drop-off location and will have a Paws to Recycle receptacle for the aluminum cans, according to Grizzell. For a listing of those busi- nesses, call Grizzell at 832- 5667. Grizzell said she is hoping that everyone will help HSAR earn free pet food and cash during the next three months. lib Fair market appraisal is an opinion and not a guarantee. This appraisal is based on the current markets for quilts, de- rived from information from auction and gallery sales. Insurance appraisals deter- mine the replacement value of quilts. It evaluates how much it would cost to replace the quilt if damaged or lost. Tax donation appraisals help the owner of a quilt es- tablish a value for a quilt that may be donated to a charita- ble organization. It also estab- lishes a value for estate, pro- bate, or gift tax purposes. Debra K. Soares, in addi- tion to appraising quilts at Mountain Maid Quilters, is also a quilt maker, lecturer and judge from Durham, Courses enhancing Soares' expertise are from American Quilt Society at Paducah Ky.; Quilting by the Sound at Port Townsend, Wash.; Empty Spool Seminar in Asilomar, Calif.; and at the American Quilt Society in Omaha, Neb. Soares is a member of the Annie Star Quilt Guild (past president and currently serv- ing on the board); American Quilt Society; National Quilt Society; American Quilt Study Group; and Vintage Quilt and Textile Society. New volunteers are needed to become Tax-Aide coun- selors for the 2002 income tax season. These volunteers help all low to moderate in- come taxpayers. They pre- pare tax returns and answer questions free of any charge. Tax-Aide is a service of the American Association of Re- tired Persons (AARP) Foun- dation, with support from the Internal Revenue Service, and the California Franchise Tax Board. Accounting or tax prepara- tion experience is not re- quired, however, comfort in working with numbers and familiarity with federal and state income tax returns is important. To become certified Tax-Aides, volunteers attend 40 hours of free training classes in tax preparation, and must pass an IRS open book test. They commit to work four hours a week from Feb. 1 through April 15, 2002. The IRS and Franchise Tax Board furnish training mate- rials. Volunteers are reim- bursed for their reasonable program.related expenses. Ruth Holler; Senior Quincy Site Counselor, said, "At the beginning of each year I look forward to income tax sea- son. It's so rewarding to pro- vide free tax help to those people who, for various rea- sons, are just not able to pre- pare their own tax returns." For more information, ' call Joe Jeffreys (530) 283-2212. ~h