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6A Wednesday, Sept 23, 2015 Feather River Bulletin Museum to host historical walk on Oct. 16 The Plumas County Museum sponsored Historical Donkey Walks invites guests to ride their very own donkey along the Jamison Canyon Emigrant Trail and Wagon Road on Oct. 16. Trips are $50 per person for museum members and $75 for non-members, which includes one year's membership. Included in the fee is bottled water, guide services, the donkeys to pack lur/ches and extra items. Precegistration is required with full payment in advance. Accommodation can be made for up to a maximum of 15 participants. Revenue from the walks goes toward funding the ongoing operations of the Plumas County Museum. For more information visit Walks2015.pdf. To register, contact the Plumas County Museum at 283-6320. Thank you in blue Friends, family and supporters of local law enforcement gather at Dame Shirley Plaza on Sept. 19 as part of national "Thank a Police Officer Day." County Supervisors Kevin Goss and Lori Simpson, and Sheriff Greg Hagwood spoke at the event, which included local deputies, correctional officers and the California Highway Patrol. Most in attendance wore blue -- including some of the youngest -- to honor those who wear a uniform to protect us. Photo by Debra Moore United Methodist Women ANNUAL FALL BAZAAR :( AND LUNCHEON li t ;] f QCUMC Fellowship Hall 282Jackson Street Quincy Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 9 a.m. m 2 p.m. , Bazaar will feature jewelry, plants, dishes, :' stuffed animals, handmade items, iFi holiday decorations, baked goods, cookies, jams, white elephants, etc. 'J Luncheon Served ,,. 11 a.m. -- 1 p.m. i! Choice of Soups, and Salads with Bread ...'6 , Slice of Fresh Homemade Pie ...*2 t ! Public r commemo Feather River College students, passionate about politics, honor Constitution Day on campus Sept. 17. Photo byAnn Powers NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given that the City of Portola in PlumaS County, California, herein t referred to as the "CITY:', will receive sealed ' proposals at City of Portola City Hall (RO. : Box 1225, 35 Third Ave., Portola, CA 96122 , until 2:00 p.m. on October 28, 2015, at which , time proposals shall be opened and publicly : read for construction of: : Joy Way Control Valve Retrofit The work under this contract consists of fur- , nishing all materials, equipment, and labor ' for the mechanical retrofit of an existing i pressure reducing station, including demoli- tion of existing valves and fittings, removal of existing SCADNTelemetry, installation of ', new SCADNTelemetry, installation of new , flow control and pressure reducing valves, installation of new sump pump, intertie con- ', nection work, and other miscellaneous pip- ing and site work. All of the work is to be car- ried out in accordance with the plans and specifications. In accordance with the provi- sions of Section 1770, 1772 and 1773.2 of the Labor Code, the city has determined the general prevailing rates of wages applicable to the WORK to be done. These rates are set forth in a schedule located at the CITY office; said schedule is available to any inter- ested party on request. The CONTRACTOR shall post a copy at the job site. Each bid must conform to the requirements of the Contract Documents, all of which may be examined at City of Portola City Hall, 35 Third Ave., Portola, CA 96122, tel (530) 832- 6603, email Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained in person at Portola City Hall, 35 Third Avenue, Portola or by mail to RO. Box 1225i Portola, CA 96122. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS and PLANS $25 **Payments are not refundable. No bid will be considered unless it is made t on the form provided and accompanied by ~ Certified Check, Cashier's Check, or Bidder's Bond for 10 percent of the amount of the bid, made payable to the City of Portola, 35 Third Ave., Portola, CA 96122. The above-mentioned check or bid bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder executes the Contract, if it be awarded to him, in conformity with the Contract Documents. Within 15 days after notification of the Award of the Contract, the successful bidder or bidders will be required to furnish a Performance and Payment Bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Price. Said bond shall be secured from a Surety Company satisfactory to the CITY The CONTRACTOR may, pursuant to and in conformity with Public Contract Code Section 22300, substitute eligible securities for any monies withheld by the CITY to ensure performance under this Agreement. At the request and expense of the CON- TRACTOR, securities equivalent to the amount withheld shall be deposited with the CITY, or with a state or federally chartered bank as the escrow agent, who shall then pay such monies to the CONTRACTOR. Upon satisfactory completion of the con- tract, the securities shall be returned to the CONTRACTOR. Securities eligible for investment under this section shall include those listed in Government Code Section 16430, bank or savings and loan certificates of deposit, interest bearing demand deposit accounts, standby letters of credit, or any other security mutually agreed to by the CONTRACTOR and the CITY. The CON- TRACTOR shall be the beneficial owner of any securities substituted for monies with- held and shall receive any interest thereon. All provisions of Public Contract Code Section 22300 are incorporated herein. The CONTRACTOR shall, at the time the bid is awarded and throughout the term of the contract, hold and maintain in force the following contractors licenses: A-General Engineering: The CITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids and/or waive any irregularities or informalities in the bidding. **Since solicited services are to be funded with CDBG program funds, federal laws and regulations require that all contracts with contractors adhere to all applicable require- ments relating, but not limited tol Davis- Bacon and related labor standards, nondis- crimination, equal opportunity, environmen- tal protection, and utilization of small busi- ness concerns. Nondiscrimination and com- pliance requirements pursuant to Government Code Section 12990 are required. Published FRB, PR, CP Sept. 23, 20151 Opportunity to Comment on the Jackass Creek Bridge Replacement Project The Mt. Hough Ranger District of the Plumas National Forest is preparing an envi- ronmental assessment of the Jackass Creek Bridge Replacement Project. This project proposes to replace the Jackass Creek Bridge in a Iocktion within fifty feet down- Notices ted to: comments-pacificsouthwest-plumas- Comments submitted electronically must be in plain text (.txt), rich text format {.rtf), Word (.doc or .docx), portable document format (.pdf), or an email message. Please include "Jackass Creek Bridge Replacement Project" in the subject line. Names and contact information submitted with comments will become part of the pub- lic record and may be released under the Freedom of Information Act. Objection Regulations (36 CFR {}218) The proposed project is subject to the pre- decisional review (or objection) regulations of 36 CFR 218 Subparts A and B, This is a supplemental notice being provided to' announce a designated opportunity to com- ment associated with the project scoping period. This is not the legal notice associat- ed with the comment period specified in 36 CFR 218.24. Only those who submit timely and specific written comments (defined by 36 CFR 218.1) during a designated public com- ment period established by the responsible official will have eligibility to file an objection (36 CFR 218.5). For this scoping comment period, comments will be considered timely if submitted by October 8, 2015. For objec- tion eligibility, each individual or representa- tive from each entity submitting timely and specific written comments must either sign the comment or verify identity upon request. Individuals and organizations wishing to be eligible to object must meet the information requirements in {}218.25(a) (3). The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is an equal, opportunity provider and employer. stream of the current location. The new Published FRB bridge would be a 70-90 foot long steel or Sept. 23, 20151 concrete structure with concrete abutments. National Forest System Route 6M40 would be re-routed slightly to ,the new bridge loca- tion. Notice of Warehousemen's Lien The project area is 36 miles west of Quincy, To: HARLEANE .MASON GARCIA California by way of State Highway 70 near SHADY PINES MOBILEHOME PARK, in the communities of Tobin Ridge and Rock compliance with Section 798.56a of the Civil Crest on a route designated as both NFS Code and Section 7209-7210 of the Uniform route 6M40 and NFS road 24N82X within Commercial Code of the State of California, the Mt Hough Ranger District, Plumas hereby gives notice that it has a lien on the County, California. Specifically, the bridge is property stored by you and held for your located at: T24N, R6E, Section 16, Mount account, or in which you claim an interest, in Diablo Meridian, California. the amount of no less than $3,850.00 on the The proposed action is available online at: notice dated June 22, 2015. A copy of the claim of this company is here- management]projects to annexed, showing the sums due at the The proposed action and supporting docu- date of this notice and the date or dates mentation is also available for review at the when it became due. Mt. Hough Ranger District, 39696 Highway The following is a brief description of the 70, Quincy, CA 95971. Additional informa- goods now remaining at the Shady Pines tion regarding this project can be obtained MHP, against which the lien exists: a mobile- from: Lisa Whitcomb, Project Leader, phone: home described as a 1980 BUDDY mobile- 414-239-5597; home, Decal Number LBJ8393, Serial The Responsible Official who will issue a Number04740630N, Label/Insignia Number decision on this project is Michael Donald, CAL72545, and stored on property within District Ranger, Mt. Hough Ranger District. the Shady Pines Mobilehome Park, at 1750 How toCommentandTimeframe Lee Road, Quincy, County of Plumas, Specific written comments on the proposed California (specifically the space designated project would be most useful when received as Space 7 within the park), in your name or by October 8, 2015. Written comments must as above set forth. be submitted via mail, fax, or in person to: Demand is hereby made on you that the Michael Donald, District Ranger, c/o Plumes amount of the claim above stated and of Fire Restoration Comments, Mt. Hough such further claim as shall accrue from and Ranger District, 39696 Highway 70, Quincy, after the date hereof until the time of pay- CA 95971, Fax 530-283-1821, ,or in person ment, shall be paid on or before October 2, Monday through Friday, 8:.00 a:~. to 4:30 2015. p.m., excluding holidays. Eiectronic com- Unless this claim is paid within the time ments including attachments can be submit- herein specified, all of the above goods and on property, hereinbefore briefly described, Will be advertised for sale and sold by auction at the mobilehome park at Shady Pines Mobilehome Park, at 1750 Lee Road, Quincy, County of Plumas, California (specifically the space designated as Space 7 within the park), on October 12, 2015 at 11:00 a.m., and such succeeding sales days as may be necessary, and the pro- ceeds of the sales will be applied to the sat- isfaction of the lien, including the reasonable charges of notice, advertisement, and sale. This sale is conducted on a cash or certified fund basis only (cash, cashier's check or traveler's checks only). Personal checks and/or business checks are not acceptable. Payment is due and payable immediately fol- lowing the sale. No exceptions. The mobible- home and/or contents are sold as is, where, with no guarantees. Should the proceeds of the sale be insuffi- cient to pay this claim, the company may hold you liable for any deficiency. DATED: August 25, 2015 JOSEPH W. CARROLL Attorney for Shady Pines MHP 1231 I Street, Suite 203 Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 443-9000 Published FRB Sept. 23, 30, 20151 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSE LIEN SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in accor- dance with California Commercial Code Sections 7209 and 7210 and California Civil Code Section 798.56a, the mobilehome described as a 1966 Skyline/Hillcrest, Decal Na AAM5590, Serial No. HCS457, located at 179 Lawrence Street, Space No. 19, Quincy, Califorhia 95971, will be sold at pub- lic sale at 11:00 a.m. on October 13, 2015 at American Valley MHP, LLC, 179 Lawrence Street, Space No. 19, Quincy, California 95971. The party believed to claim an inter- est, Keiko Craig, has been given notice and the time specified for payment in the notice has expired. The undersigned is entitled to a warehouse lien against said mobilehome to satisfy the lien, storage and other related charged incurred including reasonable charges of notice, advertisement and sale. Keiko Craig, Registered Owners, Legal Owners, Interested Parties, please take fur- ther notice that, in order to prevent the mobilehome from being sold at the noticed sale, the following amount must be paid prior to the sale date: total claim to date of $4,464.00 (additional amounts incurred shall be added to this amount as provided in the Commercial Code). Law Offices of Tran & Associates, Marie C. Tran, Esq., 31781 Camino Capistrano, Suite 305, San Juan Capistrano, California 92675 (949) 369- 9814, Authorized Agent for American Valley MHP, LLC Published FRB Sept. 23, 30, 20151 Email public notices to: typesetting @ Deadline 4 p.m. Thursdays Ann Powers Staff Writer As a preamble to Constitution Day celebrations las week, Professor Michael J. Coyle told Feather River College students that voting is critical in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility ... (Readers can probably guess the rest.) "When you vote -- you just stood up," said the visiting CSU-Chico political science academic during his presentation on civil rights and liberties. "Why would you sit back down again?" They're not. Students of FRC's Dr. Katie Desmond stood up and set up activities commemorating the 228th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. The " freedom-loving legislation was signed into to law on Sept. 17, 1787. It's also a law for FRC to honor Constitution Day. In 2004, Congress mandated educational institutions receiving Federal funds hold an annual Constitution-related program for students on Sept. 17. "It's federal law, passed in the Clinton Administration, that we must celebrate Constitution Day," said Desmond. "We try to make it fun." Students arranged for Coyle's visit, provided educational materials, produced a video and created displays around campus for two days of festivities, Sept. 16 and 17. "It's important to know about our country," explained Edensky Lormeus, a sophomore studying art and history. "There's no sense in living somewhere and not knowing anything about it -- the history, the government, the laws and your rights." His classmates agreed. "It's good to see that over time how our government has formed and what it is today," added Mackenzie Stark. "(The Constitution) was the starting point and it just went from there." Driveway Slurry Sealing Hot Melted Crack Filling Small Patch Work Free Estimate in 1530) 532-1470 Serving Plumas County since 1993 Lewis P. Beck Jr. Lic. #669409 The Main Street Girls Against MS(Multiple Sclerosis) would like to extend a few very important thank yous in regards to our "Whiskey & Wine Tasting Fundraiser." It was an outstanding success! Thank you to all who donated gifts for our raffle and silent auction: Moons, The Knook, The Drunk Brush, Courthouse Cafe, Hot Spot, Ranchito Motel, Melodie Bennett, Frank's Garage, West End Theatre, Epilog Books, Connie West, Mike Freeman, Body & Soul, Just Imagine Photography, Bennett Enterprises, and Bob Baitinger. Special thanks to Shelly Ricio for lending a helping hand to pour wine and many, many thanks to Dave and Shelly Johns and Hank Alrich of Now & Then! Your music was outstanding, as usual! Last, but certainly not least, we would like to give our biggest "THANK YOU" to Dave and Helen Reynolds of the Eastside Public House, for their graciousness and generosity, for allowing our event to be held there!! You Rock!! Thank you to all who came out to support us! We appreciate you all very much!! ,,%;.~, i