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12B Wednesday. Sept. 5, 2001 5,~ie;~, Progress',e Code ordinace Supervisorial areas ORDINANCE NO, 01-952 ordinance AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF PLUMAS STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plumes Count', California AMENDING SECTION 9-2.2605. YARDS ORDINANCE NO. 01-953 (I-2t, OF ARTICLE 26 OF CHAPTER 2 OF AN ORDINANCE ADJUSTING THE SU- TITLE 9 OF THE PLUMAS COUNTY CODE PERVISORIAL DISTRICT BOUNDARIES IN The Board of Supervisors of the County of THE COUNTY OF PLUMAS. Plumas, State of California, DOES ORDAIN WHEREAS, as foltows: A. Ordinance No. 01.949, adopted on Au- Section-1 Section 9-2 -2605 Yards (t-2), of gust 7, 2001, adjusted the supervisorial dis- Article 26 of Chapter 2 of Title 9 of the trict boundaries in the County of Plumas, by Plumas County Code is hereby amended to adopting the "Caradoc" map as Exhibit A, ef- read as follows: fective August 7, 2001; and, Sec. 9-2.2605. Yards (I-2). B. This ordinance readopts Sections One The minimum yard requirements in the Light and Two of Ordinance No. 01-949 and al- thdustriai Zone (I-2) shall be as required by lows a 30 day period for referendum applica- Section 9-2419 of Article 4 of this chapter ble to both ordinances. (General Requirements: Yards). If the provi- NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of Supervi- sions of subsections (a) or (b) are applicable sors of the County of Plumas ORDAINS as the minimum yard requirements shall be: follows: (a) Front yards: none, except ten (10') feet Section J., Readoption. for yards adiacent to a residentially zoned Sections One and Two of Ordinance No. parcel: and 01-949 are hereby readopted. The timely ill- (bt Side and rear yards: none, except ten ing of a valid referendum petition shall stay (10') feet for yards adjacent to residentially the effective date of this ordinance, and shall zoned parcels, also be deemed 1o stay the effectiveness Section 2. Section t of this ordinance, which and operation of Ordinance No. 01-949. Section 2. Publication, Effective and Opera- amends the Ptumas County Code, shall be codified. The remainder of the ordinance rive Dates, and Codfioation. shall not be codified This ordinance shall be published in the fol- Section 3 This ordinance shall be pub- lowing newspapers of general circulation: lished, pursuant to Section 25124 (a) of the Chester Progressive, Indian Valley Record, Government Code of the State of Califomia, Feather River Bulletin, and Portola Reporter, before the expiration of fifteen days after the within 15 days of adoption. This ordinance passage of the ordinance, once, with the shall become effective and Operative on names of the supervisors voting for and September 20, 2001, which is 30 days after adoption. No sections of this ordinance shall against the ordinance, in the Indian Valley Record. the Chester Progressive, the Porto- be codified in the Ptumes County Code. !a Reporter and the Feather River Bulletin, Introduced on August 14, this ordinance was newspapers of general circulation in the adopted on August 21, 2001, at a regular Count,/of P~umas. meeting of the Plumes Count~ Board of Su- Section 4. This ordinance shall become ef- per~isors, by the follow~ng vote: AYES: Dennison. Nelson, Meacher, fective 30 days from the date of final pas- Pearson and Clark sage unless the electors of the county exer- cise their referendum power under the pro- NOES: None ABSENT: None cedures that the legislature has provided. S/Don Clark, Chairman The foregoing ordinance was introduced at a NNancy L. DaFomo, Clerk regular meeting of the Board of Supe~sors Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR on the 14th day of August, 2001, and passed Sept. 5, 2001 and adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of P~umas, State of California, on the 21st day of September, 2001, by the fol- Doing Business As: vote: Don Johns, "Mr. History," gets award By Victoria Metcalf Staff Writer if a human could be consid- ered an institution, then Don Johns, of Quincy, has firmly become one. With 55 years to his credit as a volunteer at the Plumas- Sierra County Fair, he has earned the appreciation of not only the fairgrounds staff and fair participants, but an award. "In recognition of over 55 years of volunteer work for the Plumas-Sierra County Fair, we would like to honor Mr. Don Johns, also referred to as Mr. History, with this token of our appreciation," said Mike Clements, chief ex- ecutive officer for the Plumas-Sierra County Fair. A plaque from the fair was presented to Johns during a brief ceremony Saturday, Aug. 11. Although not a native of Ptumas County, when Johns moved to the area as a young man to take a job in Meadow Valley, he quickly adopted the county. And since that time, he's made the county's history and places part of his venue. As a director with the Plumas County Museum Board of Directors, Johns has dedicated himself to helping others learn about history and preserving it. Nancy Pullan and Mike Clements, representatives of the Plumas-Sierra were on hand to present Don Johns, of Quincy, with a plaque years of volunteer work at the fair. building," Clements added worth seeing, ry, Johns was the about the extensive renova- Recently, Johns was the to recommend tion project of a home that tour guide on a bus tour that one-room nearly was torn down for a took 47 people to LaPorte to saved and moved to parkinglot, help that community cele- nent place on Johns is also known for the brate its 150th birthday, grounds. tours he provides throughout "He is well known for not He was also various parts of Plumas only his knowledge of natural saving the Peppa County. While some of the history but also the history of another feature former gold mining regions the people and places of grounds, which g capture his interest, he is al- Plumas County," Clements ern-day visitors so well versed on many of the said, to the past. other points of interest still With his interest in histo-