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. 26, Community News Feathe, Alicla Hlglme ing and bicycle lane and to Indian Valley Editor Lake Almanor with a bicycle Caltrans officials are seek- lane was another tentative ing public input about the fu- plan. ture of Highway 89 during a The t'mal plan, according to meeting Thursday, Oct. 4, county transportation com- from 7-9 p.m., in the mission member and Plumas Greenville Town Hall. County Supervisor Robert Caltrans officials are trying Meacher, would be the desig- to complete a 20-year plan for nation of the entire Highway Highway 89, just like real- 89 route as a Scenic Byway. dents are planning for the fu- Caltrans officials will meet ture of Plumas County withwith residents and organiza- the Plumas Vision 2020 tion members to validate group, these plan ideas that were Several projects are al- collected from various local ready listed in the tentative groups, as long as seven plans of the transportation years ago, and to talk about concept report, including future plans. some in Greenville. Other topics of discussion The Wolf Creek overpass will be the role of the high- may be widened and raised way in the community, the with cooperation from the growth and development of Burlington Northern Santa the community, truck and Fe Railway. recreational vehicle impacts Railway officials hope to to traffic, pedestrians, bicy- Qulncy's new music teacher wmAs with the Jazz band at Quincy High School. He will also gm'ten through thinFIP'ade :uekmts at Quincy and Mementary schools, Photo by be teaching the raise tunnels and lower rail clists, transit and the move- By Debea Coates Gilberti, who divides his time kindergarten through thirdWatsonville, Aptos or U beds all along the tracks from ment of goods. Managing Editor between Portola and Quincygrade at Pioneer and Quincy cy. . Keddie to Beber so they can After comments have been Music teacher Jim Wells schools, elementary schools and then The mountains and r run double-decker rail cars gathered, Caltrans officialstried to get his seventh peri- Wells is no newcomer to switch to the high school tat- won out, with a little and compete with the truck- will present a summary to od band class to pick up the teaching music. This markser in the day, where he will szon from Gary ing industry along the Inter- the county transportation tempo. "The Star Spangled his 31st year in the class- teach three periods of music: friend and the music tea state 5 corridor, commission for discussion inBanner is not a funeral room, though it's been awhile junior high band, concert at Portola High School. l A passing lane is proposed November. dirge," he told the students, since he taught the elemen- band and jazz band. While Wells has taue tJ / for near the Dawn Institute After commission members 'It s a happy thing, taw grades. His goal is to add a choirthe last three decades, lle Apple Orchard in Indian reach a consensus, a final The next version was deft-"Teaching kindergartners class by midyear, not performed very Falls, and several left turn draft of the transportation nitelymore upbeat, music is more than teaching In Tuolomne County, I ve always been more lanes are planned throughout concept report will be pre- And so the day ended for them how to play an instru- where he taught for 27 years, ested in getting the kidst the stretch from the sented to the commission in Wells, the new music teacher ment," Wells said. "It's teach- Wells built a band and choir music," he said. Greenville Wye to the june- December. for Quincy elementary and ing them how to work in a class into 10 performing But that may chang ou tion of Highway 36 in For more information, call high schools. Wells replaces group." groups. Quincy, where he is int Chester. " Supervisor Robert Meacher Marsha Jamison at the highWells will have time to Most recently, Wells spented in establishing a Connecting Greenville to at 284-6668. school and is relieving some brush up on his skills, as he'll three years at Foothill High tJnfotuna-tely, lae doe grUPrandplayingthe tul Alta Camp Road with a walk- of the work load of Bob spend his morning teachingSchool in Redding. In that school of 1,700, Wells added own one, and the $8,000 six periods of choir and a full- tag may preclude that time band teacher. While happening anytime soon..! Quincy High School is muchWells, who is divoreed,] dlim ordNionance4e smaller, Wells thinks three three grown children- _ T?N$oI2ee~S~]~62-A Loan Type: Cony Prpseo ?aleTRUSTEE'S SALE Spee periods of choir would be ap- who have inherited his Loan No.1000982t22 Investor #: Servicer: T.S. No. CC-56757-C AN ORDINANCE RESCINDING ORDI- CRYSTALADAMS propriate, cal talent. EMC Mortgage Corporation Notice of Trustee's Sale You are in default under a Deed of Trust Dated 08/28/2000. Unless you take action to protect your propoay, it may be sold at a public sale. If you need an exp~ma- tion of the nature of the proceedings against you, you should contact a lawyer. A public auction sale to the hi~ bidder for cash, Cashier's Check drawn on a state or national bank, check drawn by a state or federal cred- it union, or a check drawn by a state or feder- al savings and loan assodalion, savings as- sociation, or savings bank spo~fied in sec- lion 5102 of the Financial Code and autho- rized to do business in this state wilt be held by the duty appointed tee. Tim sale be made, but without covanant or warrar~ty, expressed (x imp4led, regarding title, puases- or to satiny o Wt a- lion seourea by ~ DeedOf Trust ~ un: demigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the property address or other common designation, ff any, shown herein. Trustor(s): W.A. Jacks, Jr. recorded 08111/2000 as instrument No. 2000-06469 in Book, Page of Offidal Records in the Offee of the Recorder of Rumes County, State of California, Date of Sale: t0117/2001 at 11:05AM Place of Sale: At the front steps of the County Courthouse, 520 Main St., Quin- cy, CA The property address is purported to be: 122 West Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 Assessor's Parcel Number'. 1t5-080- 004 Legal Description: As more fully de- scribed in said Deed of Trust. The total amount secured by said instrument as of the time of initial publication of this notice is $113,594.12, wt'/h includes the total amount of the unpaid balance (including accrued and unpaid interest) reasonable estimated costs, expenses, and advances at the time of initial publication of this notice. Date: 0911412001 The Law Offices Of Steven J. Melmat, Inc. As Trustee Rosario Brockway, Authorized Signature 2912 S. Daimler Street, Santa Arm, California 92705-581 t Sales Line: (714) 573-1965 For Reinstaternant and pay-off re- quests, please call (949) 622-3388 This Of- rice is a~empting to collect a debl and any in- formation will be used for that purpose. P159668. Published FRB 9/26 10/3 10/10/2001 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST The Last Chenc~oleon MP Group Se. leet Timber Sale is located within T.26.N., R14E. Sections 2,3,10-15,18 & 19; T,27N., R13E. Sections 12 & 13 MDM. The Forest Service will rsceive Sealed bids in public at Mohawk Ranger Station at 2:00 P.M. "local lime on October 3t, 2001 for an estimated 3,781 Tons marked or otherwise ds~gnated for cutting. There is an estimated 2,700 Tons (361 mbf) of Sawlogs and an estimated 1.081 Tons (53 ~ of Non-Sawtog mated& The Forest Service reserves the right to re- jeot any and ell bids. In.ted pm~ies may obtain a prospectus frorn the office listed be. low. A prospectos, bid form, and complate in- formation concerning the timber, the condi- tions of sale, and submission of bids is avail. able to the public from the Dietriet Ranger, Bed(wourth Ranger Dist t, Blarsdm, Cali- fornia. Pubiished FRB, PR Sept 26, 2001 NATIONN. FOREST I"IMBER FOR PLUBAS NATIONAL FOREST The Sto /r Sm is io. cared within T.27N., R.13E, Seclions 15, 21, 22, 27, 28, 32, 33, 34 and T.26N., R13E. Sections 3, 4, 5, 8, 9. and I0 MDM The For. Ser ce wiU receive semd bk*, in pu c at PAt. Hough District Office at 10:00 local lime on October 25, 200t for an estimated 1340 CCF (705 MBF) of timber n~ed or designated cumng, in edd W 201 CCF (S0 tom) of t mmm tm bec |m4 ct to a mmmm. The tim~ marked ~r cutting Is within salected groui~, of .G to 2 acn~ in ~e. The For~t , mrv m mim any and all bid. Intarestad parties may obtain a prospectus from the office listed below. A prospectus, bid form, and complete informa- tion concerning the timber, the conditions of sale, and submission of bids is available to the public from the Mt H~gh District, 39696 Highway 70, Quincy, CA 95971. Published FRB Sept. 26, 2001 Loan NO. 200276122 NANCENO. 01950 ado~tedAug. 7, 2001, DEFENSIBLE FUEL PROFILE ZONE (DF- For his final teaching post, Now, Wells will share YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED AND READOPTING CORRECTED AMEND- PZ) and Wells wanted a change of musical talent with OF TRUST DATED 4/3/92. UNLESS YOU MENTS TO ARTiCLE 7, CHAPTER 3, TITLE GROUP SELECTION (GS) PROJECT scenery Tired of the heat in students, and judging t TAKE ACTION TO 4 OF THE PLUMAS COUNTY CODE [Estab- USDA FOREST SERVICE Redding, Wells yearned to re- that final rendition ot PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, 11" MAY BE lishing speed limits for portions of County PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST . , ~, -~ turn to the mountains or to ' Star Spangled Banner, SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED Road 406, 'Quincy Junction Road', and BECKWOURTH RANGER DISTRICTI AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF adding sections to the Code for the speed PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA live by the sea. is striking the right chor ! THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU limits of 50, 55 and 60 mph] On September 26, 2001, Distdct Ranger It was a choice between ~ ~ SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 01-950 purported Angela L. Dillingham made a decision to A public auction sale to the highest bidder for to adopt the recommendations of the Plumas implement a modification of the Proposed ~ i~ii cash, cashier's check drawn on a state of ha- County Public Works Department regarding Action from the Crystal Adams DFPZ and i J~i tional bank, check drawn by a state or teder- the speed limits on County Road 406, also GS Environmental Assessment. The Pro- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AN al credit union, or a check drawn by a state known as Quincy Junction Road; and, posed Action is modified to delete approxi- ELECTRIC RATE INCREASE il or federal savings and loan association, or WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 01950 incor malady 12 acres of group selection treat- savings association, or savings'benk speci- rectly stated the speed limits sought by the ments in the Bald Eagle Management fled in Section 5102 of the Financial Code Road Commissioner (Director of Public Area because consultation has not yet APPLICATION TO CHANG and authorized to do business in this state Works), necessitating the resciss~ of Ordi- been completed with the U.S. Fish and STANDBY RATES will be held by the duly appointed trustee, nance No. 01950; and, Wildlife Service. The modified Proposed CPUC DECISION0I-07-027 The sa~ will bo ~, b~t without covertant WHEREAS, this Ordmanos is ,nta~led to re-Action will hervest tress though group se- .~,4/~ ~ qnm'anty, ~ or Implied, ~ place the resclndad ordinance,leotion on approx~ ~ end OnSt~ber 1 O, 2001, Pacific Gas and Electric C~any (PG title, possession, or encumbrances, to satis~ NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of Supervi- create aplmximately 4760 acres of DFPZ filed an with the California Public Utilities Commission (CP '- the obligation secured by said Deed of Trust. sors of the County of Rumas, State of Cali- through a combination of machine treat- requesting a change in distribution level standby rates as require_ ,I,1,1 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liabil- fomia. ORDAINS as follows: ment, hand thinning and prescribed fire, CPUC Decision No. 01-07-027. The application is known as PG#.Pq ity for any incorrectness of the property ad- SECTION 1. Ordinance No. 01950 is here The modified Proposed Action includes dress or other common designation, if any, by rescinded, approximately 5 miles of road reconstruc- shown herein. SECTION 2. Subea,Ydon (x) is added to Sac- tion/relocation, 2 miles of road construc- TRUSTOR:MICHAEL J. VINEYARD AND lion 43.703 of the Plumas County Code tion, and 4 miles of temporary road con- BARBARA ANN VINEYARD, HUSBAND to read as ~lows: struction. The project area is located about AND WIFE "Seclion 43.703. TwantyFNe miles per hour. 10 miles north of Chilcoot California, i a all Recorded 4/20R2 as Instrumeflt No. 92-2917 The speed limits on the following streets and or portions of T23N, R16E and R17E; in Book 571, page 174 of Official Records in parts of streets are hereby declared to be T24N, RItE and RI7E; and T25N, R16E, the office of the Recorder of Rumas County, twenty~ (25) miles per hour:. MDM. California. [(a)-(w)-remain unchanged] This decision is sublect to appeal pursuant Date of Sale:10/10/2001 at 11:00 AM (x) C.,otr~ Road 408 (Quincy June- to the regulations in 36 CFR 215. An ap- Place of Sate: AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE lion Road) between State Highway 70189 peal may only be filed by person% organi- TO THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 520 and proceeding northerly 800 feet." zations or entities that meet the criteria MAIN STREET, QUINCY, CALIFORNIA SECTION 3. Subsection (~) is added to Sac- pursuant to 36 CFR 215.11. Any appeal Propeay Address is purported to be: tion 43.705.1 of the Plumas County Code to must be postmarked within 45 days follow- 171 SIERRA WAY reed as ~icws: ing publication of this no0ce in the Feather QUINCY, CALIFORNIA 95971 APN #: 116- "Section 43.705.1. FortyFive miles per hour. River Bulletin and Portola Reporter on 231-021-000 The speed limits on the folto~ng streets and September 26, 2001. Appeals must be The total amount secured by said instrument parts of streets are hereby declared to be submitted to: Appeal Deciding Officer, US- as of the time of initial publication of this no- fortyfwe (45) miles per hour. DA Forest Saw, e, 1323 Club Drive, Valle. lice is $50,457.77, which includes the total . [(a)-(e)-remaln unchanged] jo, CA 94592. amount of t~e unpaid balance (including ac- (f) County Road 406 (Quincy June- For information on this project or to re- "cruet and unpaid interest) and reasonable tion Road) from a point 800 feet northerly of quest a copy of the Decision Notice or En- estimated costs, expenses, and advances at State Highway 70/89 to the intersection of ~ Assessment, contact Barbara the time of initial publication of this notice. County Road 404 (Chandler Road)." Boaz, Ecosystem Manager, Seckwnurth Date: September 10, 2001 SECTION 4, Section 43,705.2 is hereby Ranger District, Rumas National Forest, EXECUTIVE TRUSTEE SERVICES, INC. amended in its entiretyto read as follows: P.O. Box 7, Blairsden, CA 96103, Phor~; 15455 SAN FERNANDO MISSION BLVD "Section 43.705.2. Rfly miles per hour. 530-836-2575. SUITE #208, MISSION HILLS, CA 91345 The speed limit on the following street and Published FRB, PR (810) 361-6998, DEE ORTEGA pads of street are hereby declared to be fifty Sept. 26, 2001 CNS- 294O53// (5O) mi~es per hour. Published FRB Sept 19, 26, Oct. 3, 2001 (a) Reserved.' SECTION 5. Section 43.705.3 is hereby to read as follows: DECISION NOTICE Section 43.705.3. Fifty~ve miles per hour. SUB~-.CT TO APPEAL Planning T~ speed limit on the following street and RED CLOVERGROUP permit hearing pats of ,,,ebyto be mOJECr Notice of Public Hearing five (55) miles per hour. USDA FOREST SERVICE Planne Development Permit PD 9-01/02-01 a) Reserved.' PLUMAS NATIONAL FOREST Frank & Clarke MerrillSECTION 6. Section 43.705.4 is hereby BECION~ RANGER DISTRICT The Zoning Administrator will hold a public added to read as follows: PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA hearing on the fogowing me~er on Wednes- 'Section 43.705.4. Sixty mites per hour. On Segtem~ 20, 2051Diat~:t Ranger A~ day, October 10, 2001, in the Courthouse in The speed limit on the following attest and gela L Di~ingham made a derision to imple- the Board of Superviso~ C~, Room parts of arrest are heraby declared te be =dxly merit a n'~di~ of Ntamalive 3 of the 308, 520 Main Streat, Quincy, California. (60) milas bet heur. Red Clover Gro~ Selection Prote~ Environ- 10:00 a.m.: Planned Development Permit - (a) Raseved." mental Assessmant. Ntemative 3 is modified SECTION 7. Section 43.705.6 is hereby to deleta appn:0dmatety 18 acres of late seral Frank and Clmice MarrillFrank and Clariee Merrill have applied for a ,~,~ I..~ to read as foflows: stage groop selection lreatmer~ in order to planned development permit. The bereft is ~ 43705.6. ~ n~es per hour. meet set.let age standards from the Land for multiple residences on the property at The speed limit on the ~lowing ~eat and and P, esoon~ Managemeflt Ran. The modi- 2453 East Main Street Quincy. The P~ph- pads of arrest am hereby declared te be dx- 6ed Altemati~ 3 will he,vest trees through on/Commercial (C-2) zone provides for ty-five (65) miles per hour. group ~ oll approximately 89 ao'es dwelling units on the re&" fifty percent of the (a) Beckwourth Calpi~ Road (No. and individual tree sek~ on 322 acres, property, sul,~ct to issuance of a ptanned 109) (also known as A23) beginning at the ~ approximately 5.5 mitas Of roa~ and construct approximately 2.0 miles o; development permit. A planned dsvalopmant intersection of Highway 70 and theft pro. permit can also be used to modify zoning ceeding southerly to the Plumes County. tem~ road, which will be obliterated lot standards,. The rear fifty percent would be line.' lowing the stand treatments. The projec~ modified to incoq~3rate the existing residan- SECTION 8. Effective and Operative Deles: area is located about three air miles north tial structures, conversion of the barn 1o a Publication, Codification. Lake Davis in all or portions of T.25N, R. resklance, BXI conversk~ of a pu~o~ of the This ordinance shall become effective 30 13E, and R.14E, MOM at etoareCdencewh e rSyper, dayse tar sdateoffmaladoplionwithoper- Th decis tssubiectteappe=pursuant cent of the property for non.residential use, ative ettocl as of Sept 8, 2001. It shall be to the regulations in 36 CFR 215, An ap- The Assessor's Parcel Number for the prop- published in the "Feather River Bulletin," a peal may only be filed by persons, organiza- erty is 116-160-019. This p{oject is in Section newspaper of general ~ in Plumas lions or entities that meet the oriteria pur- County within 15 days of final adop6on. Sec- su~mt to 36 CFR 215.11. Any appeal must 20, Township 24 North, Range 10 East, lions 2 through 7 of this ordinance shall be llcation of this notice in the Feather River M.D.B,& M be postmadted within 45 days following pub- For fughar ~ on this, contact Steve fiedeX "~":f.$ed., and the remair~let shall be oncodt" Bull~n and Portola Rq~ on Sep~ /ulen at the Rum= County Rm ng Dep=- merit, (530) 283-S210, 520 Main Street, ~ at a regular mee~'~ of ~e BOa~ 26, 2001. Appeals most be subiatttedto: Room 12 1, Quincy, CA 95971. Of Supen, isors on the 4th day of September, peal Deriding Officer, USDA Fo~at Se~ |fyoud W|ngePtann@dDevek rwmtPar- 200tandpa==ed ldadoptedby Boam 1323CU Diive, Wkio, mlt court, you may be limited to raising only of Supervisors of the County of Plumas, For information on this predict or to request a thO|m iSStm$ you or ~m,'lmone rise raised at State of Califomi& on the 11th day Of ~ot, copjot the l)ecision Noltce or Envirorwne~ the public headng described in this notice, or 2001, by the following vote: ,Assessment, contact Barbara Boaz, Ecosy~ in written correspondence delivered to the AYES: Supervisors: Dennison, Nelson, tern Manager, Beckwourth Ranger District Zoning Administrator at, or prior to, the public Meacher, Pearson and Clark NOES: Super- Rumas National Forest, P.O. Box 7, Blalrs hea~. visors: None; ABSENT: Supervt~m: None. den, CA 96103. Phone: 530.836-2575. Published FRB Sept Signed: Dort C, lerk, Chair, Board of Supe~i- Published FRB, PR 26,2001 .. sots, N~%~/Dafon'~, Clerk Sept 26, 200t Published FRB Se~ 26, 2001 . . .... ,, A( D stnbubon Level Standby Rates Apphcatmn. I GI The al plication is necessary to bring the distribution portion F.~ PG&E's standby rates (rates for customers who generate their Ct the vast majority of PG&E s electric rates wili'not be affected by application, the application will, if granted, result in an increase distribution rates for PG&E customers that take distribution I standby service and are not otherwise exempt from paying such rat . For that small number of customers, the reservation charge secondary service will increase from $2.55 (per kW per applied to 85*/, of reservation capacity)to $6.91, or 171%, reservation charge for primary service will increase from $2.55 kW per month applied to 85% of reservation capacity) to $6.25, 145%. The charge per kWh Would decrca . Bundled rev e allocated to standby customers taking secondary service will from $2.342 million to $2.561 million, or 9.35%, and bundl revenue allocated to standby customers taking primary service increase from $5.094 million to $5.428 million, or 6.55%. addition, standby customers that pay the reservation charge, but other charges on the otherwise applicable rate schedule, will 1 inercas standby charges equivalent the increase in the reservat l \ charge (i.e., 171% at secondary service and 145% at prim | \ service), or an increase of $2.765 million from $1.433 million to| $4.198 million. _,41 P' PG&E is proposing increases only to standby rates. Increases "" in the Application to non,standby rate classes are a result of increase to the standby reservation charge, not the underlying othe _ applicable rate. This is because certain customers that generate some their own energy pay the reservation charge in addition to charge_ the otherwise applicable rate schedule. If the CPUC approves PGB I electric rate request, the average residential electric customer will no inerea.se in his or her monthly electric big. EVIDENTIARY HEARINGS i| J Before acting on this application, the CPUC will hold an evidentiaff. J [ hemring, exlx ted to begin early next year. At this hearing, hicb is| I open to the public, the CPUC will receive the testimony of PG&E, it< | I CPUCs Office of Ratepayer Advocates and _other interested parti ! J Participants at the hearing may offer proposals that differ from | J of PG&E. After considering these proposals, the CPUC will i i I decision. The actual decision adopted by the CPUC may differ l I what is requested by PG&E in its application. However, it is unlik | I that the outcome of the application will result in a change i 1 .... I individual rates for res|dential customers, i If yon want to participate in the hearing or send comments, or ifY | need advice or more information, please write to: | The Public Advisor J ! California Public Utilities Commission | 'l 505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 5303 | l San Francisco, CA 94102 I " Or via electronic mail to: J public.advisor@cpuc.ca.gov L FOR FURTHER INFORMATION You can get more information from PG&E by writing to: 2001 | Applications, PG&E, RO. Box 7442, San Francisco, CA 94120. may review a copy of any of the PG&E applications at our / headquarters (77 Beale Street, Room 3120, San Francisco, CA 94 l | any of our division offices, or at the San Francisco office of the CPU | Mention the name of the application about which you are inquiring. Est nviso describe la solicitud de PG&E a la CPUC las tarifas de electrieidad y gas natural. Para informaeion en sobr est propucsta, per favor eseriba a PG&E, P.O. Box 7442, Francisco, CA 94120, "Attention: 2001 R_at Applications."