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lOX Wednesday, Sept 5, 2001 Indian Valley News I I By Alicla Higbee team members first look atbeen completed, as well ashis help with making the for Friday, Aug. 31. Indian Valley Editor what they already have in the new cement deck..around mural a fund-raiser for the Using the old Western Pa- Indian Valley Community Taylorsville. thepool. - pool. cific Depot building for the Forum facilitation membersFor example, residents areNext on the list is the fer/ce, Meanwhile, water testing center has been in their dis- are seeking a park planning welcome to take their chil- which has to be installed be- has been completed, and Hen- cussions. team. dren to the elementary school fore the pool can be replas- son said she was pleased to The building has been sit- The team may contain ex- playground after school tered and filled to cure, and a report it is low in alkalinity ting vacant at the Greenville perts, individuals and groups hours and during weekends,pool cover must be pur- and similar to mineralwater. Community Park since being who can do the work, includ- Then someone thought chased, given to the community by ing gardening and mainte- maybe some playthings for While this did not seem to resident and business owner nance at the new Charles toddlers could be found, be a lot of work, organizers Beautification team mem- Floyd Austin more than I0 Clay Jr. Park inTaylorsville. Another forum member found out there were prob-bet Betsy Schramel reported years ago. The park adjoins the pool,suggested keeping use by lems with the public bath-that the wildflower planting Williamson will give a re- and will be created in memo- adults in mind, not just use rooms, plans for roadsides aroundport about results of the com- fy of the longtime Geneseeby children and teens. Organizers must jump the valley have been scaled munity center meeting dur- resident who left a $50,000 be- Either way, the real plan-through some code-compli- down somewhat, due to the ing the district meeting quest for thepark, ning will be done by a team, ance hoops first, according to number of flowers already Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 6:30 Some ideas about creating possibly including represen- community service districtoutthere, p.m., in the district office the park were shared by resi- tatives from the school dis- Chairman Don Williamson. Team members will be across from the Greenville dents attending the forum trict, local businesses and Taylorsville contractor Jeff meeting with a Caltrans offi- Fire Station on Highway 89. meeting Wednesday, Aug. 29, groups, such as the Tay- Glover volunteered to drawcial later this month to dis- including the thought that all lorsville-based Indian Valley up plans and work his way cuss future plans for the im- Re 44ng the forum park planning team meetings Riding and Roping Club, FFA through those hoops, when provement and beautification Hanson, who has been re- should be conducted in Tay- and4-H, he discovered yet another of the Highway 89 corridorcilitating the past several lorsville. , Anyone interested in par- problem: The plans included through the valley, including monthly forum meetings as Forum facilitator and Tay- ticipating on the team is en- building the fence too close to the areas of Indian Falls,well as being the main orga- lorsville resident Lorrainecouraged to call Lorraine neighboring property lines, Crescent Mills and nizer for the pool project, Hanson shared her ideas andHanson at 284-1022. and the owners must be con- Greenville. wonders what happened to some information she has If no one comes forward totacted first for permission. During the past several the original goals of the fo- collected, including the more participate, planning will fall The fence chosen is an 8- years, officials have collected rum. than $10,000 cost of play- into the laps of Indian Valley foot chain link with greena variety of ideas from resi- A team of facilitators was ground equipment. Community Services District slats, and it would leave dents and groups, and theysupposed to share meeting She said team members directors, enough room open for planti- have compiled them into a 20- duties, not just one or two may want to look at the bas- ng shrubbery that would year plan for future work.people. ketball court there, and deci- Indian Valley Pool eventually dilute the sounds The official visit with team "'We' needs to be more sions may include turning it After several scheduling of children having fun in the members will be a chance to than just me," she said. around parallel to the proper- and planning problems, thepool. reaffirm, enhance or change Exploring the involvement ty line, or providing a half opening of the Indian Valley Another idea for screeningthose plans, and direction of the forum, court instead of the current Pool in Taylorsville has been noise from neighbors is a me- A tentative date for the Hanson spoke of the need for full court that is smaller than pushed forward to next year. sonry wall with a tile mural meeting is Wednesday, Sept. more people who care enough regulation size. . From the road, the pool on it. 19. Meeting plans should be to be involved. The real planning needs to looks almost ready to fill, but Greenville tile company confirmed and announced byOne resident came forward be done by the team, though, that is not quite the case, ac- owner David Anson ap- next week. at her call for a treasurer to and Greenville resident Bet- cording to Hanson. proached the forum with the handle forum finances-- sy Schramel suggested that The plumbing and tile haveidea last year, and he offered Community Center Greenville resident Marilyn Team leader Sue Weber Butcher. talked briefly about a change The forum received $2,500 in plans for the proposed In- for administrative costs from dian Valley Community Cen- the Plumes Vision 2020 ter. process, but with the money GeneseeRetreat, the Indian also comes responsibility, Valley Community Services such as monthly reporting. District and a third, un- Forum members will also named group are working to- be asked to discuss how the ward a joint powers agree- money should be spent, a top- Watch for children when driving, especially around residential ment and applying for a ic which will be on the sep- areas or school grounds during opening and closing times, grant, tember agenda. " Williamson said district di- With the pool project al- rectors still had questions, most behind her, Hanson also By staying focused behind the wheel, together we can make this aand he hoped there would be had suggestions about project safe and successful school year for all of our children, answers at a meeting planned protocol from her experi- IBIm DELIVER! AND NURSERY FARMS This message brought to you by these community spirited businesses. "Home of the Sodfather" CtescentTow li~~l +~.uot.iOo~+t.Hour++~ ,oca,,am,,,,aro,o~s, ncelO,, ! I . 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What exactly entails should be the beginning, by step, like the been. Teams or should be assi: biliB Res] clude leading ing for the team. A time frame budget problems identified and found, funding and also be identiYzed- For grant sibility should be for monthly ceipts, and reimbursement and other discussed. Hanson had one crop up when she ed a bill for camp counselor the amount of $1, sion making or process was in Who tells a tea money they ca] for what Now that the money, these are that need to And once the pletes a project, be a plishment if it is one? Hanson wanted the forum should ble for planning a] another group members wish to l members a pat on These topics cussed briefly next forum day, 26, at 6 Greenv A special porters of the measure for the ley Health Care lows the forum p.m., and will be ing of the fo Greenville Plumes League Voters. on aging By special the Portola will be providing for the Plumas mission on Agi | meets at the hall on ThursdaY, noon. Following mission will from Michelle Plumas Rural proposed grant. If successful, '2 nections" would tional services to derly of the also be available niors who need whose income above current All meetings sion are open to and persons grams and services der!y are attend and For more Commissmn Rowden Heeszel at 283-3546. By Dave Keller Staff Writer Timothy Get= the music last week to two prison. The sentence Plumas Count! Court The to selling the sisting arrest Quincy event. Once C-etz 4s prison, he parole for three: quired to cotics offender. Getz also i' Joseph CaristO Bettini, Cristo, Thomas Jah Love. .i