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= Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 9A Mini Trojans debut IProper retirement The Mini Trojans Dance Team move and shake all over Feather River College's football field Sept. 5 in its first performance of the year. Kealey Froggatt is coaching the team as her senior project with Lindsey Kimzey as her mentor. Top, from left: Emily Little, Sydney Gott and Emma Thompson. Middle, from left: Baylee Ray, Froggatt and Sarah Dimarco. Bottom, from left: Melissa Miller, Riley Gamberg, Trinity Blust and Sylvia Wood. Photo by Lesley Froggatt On Sept. 5, Boy Scout Troop No. 130 camps out at Bucks Lake to retire flags. As a group, the boys retired 24 American flags, two California flags and one Canadian flag. From left: Jordan Herbert, Brayden McAIlister, Aaron Dolezal and Chris Denison. Saluting in background: Will Werstler. Anyone with a flag that needs to be retired may contact Scoutmaster Dale Stokes at 283-3661. "We will be glad to pick it up and retire it properly," he said. Photo submitted Graeagle residents recently For the smallest meter --increase process and receive received a letter in the mail five-eighths by three-quarters public input. The meeting is from Graeagle Water Co. inch -- the rate will increase informal and allows informing them that Graeagle from $20.13 to $30.65 per"customers the opportunity to Water Co. has requested month. For the largest meter ask questions and express authority from the California -- 4 inches -- the rate will their views." Public Utilities Commission increase from $379.45 to $577.71. The Graeagle Water Co. to increase its water rates by This is called a "readiness to will have representatives on 52.25 percent in 2014. serve" charge and it is added hand to explain the reasons The utility wrote that "the to the water use charge, for the proposed increase. increase is necessary to offset Graeagle Water Co. According to the PUC, increased operating expenses requested the increase at the "California law requires the and to provide an adequate beginning of 2014. At that utility to show to the rate of return." time, the PUC granted only a Commission's satisfaction Residents, who have been 1.7 percent increase, with the that an increase is justified paying $1.29 per 100 cubic feet final rate to be determined before it may raise its rates." of water, will see that rate after a "thorough Fttrther information increase to $1.96. There is an investigation." If the PUC (including the process of ffling additional charge per meter grants the increase, it will be a protest or response) can be per month that increases collected from residents back obtained from Graeagle commensurate with meter to Jan. 15. Water Co., 836-2612, or the size, and it is also due the The PUC will hold a public California Public Utilities 52.25 percent increase if the meeting Thursday, Sept. 25, at Commission by email, water company, s request goes 6:30 p.m. at the Graeagle Fire water_division@cpus.ca.gov. through. Station to explain the or by fax, 415-703-2655. A Youth Group for 6th graders and older starts Thursday, Sept. 18, at Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship We will meet every other week, from 6-7:30 p.m. Special .event: High school + mission trip to China in the works/ o Springs of Hope Christian Fellowship 59 Bell Lane, Quincy • 530-927-7626 26th • 4pm,8pm In California, the vehicle owner has the right to choose any repair facility for the repair of that vehicle. Insurers are prohibited from suggesting or recommending a facility unless the vehicle owner has been informed in writing of his right to choose or has requested a referral. Collision Repair 1229 Industrial Way, Quincy hitechframe@yahoo.com Professionals Our goal at HI-TECH is to continue to provide our customers with not only the best quality collision repairs, from Body and Paint, to Frame, Suspension, and Mechanical repairs, but to make the repair process as easy and stress free as possible. By handling all paperwork and dealing with insurance companies...to repairing your vehicle to pre-accident condition with a lifetime guarantee for as long as you own your vehicle..to giving you the best customer service and peace of mind our customers deserve and have come to expect from us. presents ) SUNDAY SEPTEMBER21sT IO:00AM Join us for a special church service &rigned to introduce newcomers to the beliefs and worship style of the Episcopal Church. An Ancient Faith for the Modern World All are welcome/ 545 LAWRENCE ST. IN QUINCY (BETWEEN PATTI'S THUNDER AND THE FIRE HOUSE) WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/CHRIsTTHE KINGQ.UINCY • Carey Candy Co. • Main Street Styles • Moon's • Forest Stationers • Great Northern • The Drunk Brush • Emily's Garden • Main Street Sports Bar • Little People- The Toy Store • Bargain Boutique • Epilog Books • Body N' Soul (at the Town Hall Theatre) • Plumas Club • Sweet Lorraine's • Pangaea • Plumas Arts • Quincy Thrift • The Knook • Main Street Artists • West End Theatre • Mama Fig Designs • J. Dailey Designs • Dog Walk Crochet- Lucia Biunno • Face to Feet A big thank you to our 2014 sponsors • Courthouse Cafe • Flannigan Levitt Insurance • Quincy Auto Co. • Hair It Is • Quincy Hot Spot • Madden Plumbing • Feather Publishing Co. • Les Schwab • DeMartile Automotive • Cornerstone Learning Center \ / Don't forget to stop by the Town Hall Theatre to get your photo taken for this year's Hollywood Star Costume Contest by Sierra Moon Photography. ] PLUMASNEWS.COM I 1 !