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lOB Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 Bulletin. Progressive. r Jnued from page 911 Walmart, or 15 minutes in Target. Those discount stores won't open their doors at all hours to save your life, but Indian Valley Hospital will, regard- less, day and night, seven days a week, holidays includ- ed. There's no better bargain anywhere. We need to give them a "five-year, fighting chance." It's not as though we don't have the money. Nansi Bohne Greenville A view from Holland It's Friday evening, 19.00 hours and after a lot of infor- mation about the attack on the U.S.A. again, we felt we had to write you. Tuesday Sept. 11: In a dazed sort of way, horrified and with unbelief we saw the ter- rible news of the attacks in New York and Washington. Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-199 (Expires 9-7.2 ) The ~lowtng person(s) is/are doing busi- ness as: Sierra Construction Services, 1376 Cherry Circle, Portoia 96122. Janis A. Sanduski, 1376 Cherry Cimle, Portola 96122. This business is conducted by an individ-' gsl. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name on Sept. 6, 2001, Signed: Janis A. Sandusky. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumes County on date indicated bek~. Rled: Sept 7, 2001 Judah Walls, County Ck~rk F_i Herman, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP SepL 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS How can human beings de- Logging This, is the way things were where, tions. grade in such a way that they Instead of worrying about a done in her country of origin. This teenager had two chil- The Sept. 19 Feather can do the things we couldfew long-haired, sandal wear- The United States and dren in her vehicle, and they Bulletin asks, "Do witness on TV? ing, pot smoking hippies at- its.constitution were not were not wearing seat belts, port military strike: In Holland there is 24- tending their music festival, formed for pepple who would Please talk to your children avenge hours-per-day news coverage the people of Quincy and the sac.rifice a bit of freedom and make sure they know toBut the plumasneWS- on the activities going on in surrounding areas shouldbeevei nne a shot is f'u'ed or a always wear a seat belt, no Web page asks, "Do you the States. Today was de- more concerned with the real bomb goes off. matter who they are in a vehi- port use of the militas clared a national day of threats to their way of life. If we allow flag burners, as- cle with. combat the terrorist mourning in Holland. It isThey are the wealthy flat-sassins and terrorists to trick And please talk with your The differences in amazing and touching to see landers who are buying up us into compromising our lib- teenage children, and let them sent me to my how the Dutch people are the $500,000 to $1 million-plus erties, then we are playing know that it is not all right to compare the with you folks over there,homes throughbut the Sierra- right into their hands, speed, under any circum- avenge, revenge, Almost every house in our Siskyou range. James E. CaldweH stance, and justice. All the street has the Dutch flag fly- These are the people who Doyle I saw the above-mentioned words entail delivering l ing half-mast and at noon belong to and support groups teenager two days after this ishment in return for there were three minutes of such as the National Forest plant , acorns accident. She was speeding by or damage. silence. Radio stations went Protection Alliance, Sierra I would like to know howthe high school, with a car- I don't want revenge; I silent, trains stopped, even Club, Nature Conservancy, the city of Portola can justify load of teens, none wearing defense first (so the cars at the highways stood and other anti-logging, anti- setting up a concrete batch seat belts, ists are stopped, still, hunting, anti-fishing and oth- plant, with no permit, in the I am wondering what it will means military Even on our Dutch memory er anti-anything groups, heart of Portola? take for this teen to learn her and maybe justice. day on the fourth of May, in These are also the people The plant sits on Sprucelesson. Hopefully it will not be Vengeance belongs to remembrance of the war vic- who have the time, money, re- Street, just west of West someone else's life that she says my Bible. If we rims, not so many people join sources, and political conner- Street, one block from my takes. Please slow down and evil for evil, we will in silence and remembrance, tions to not only get bills in- home. It seems the city has use common sense while dri- even larger evil back. Of course, because we havetroduced, such as the one by their priorities mixed up. ring. you friends over there, and Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D- The city forced local resi- Kristen Gingrich we know a little bit how it is Ga.) banning any and all log- dents to take down theirPortola to live in the U.S.A., it does a ging in the Plumes, Lassen, teepee, which was set up tern- Raise for what! lot of pain to see what hap- and Tahoe National Forests, porarily for the education of Wor $100,000? I am appalled at the pened over there. Hettie and I but have the political influ- children in summer months.Four years ago, the city of increase of the city have been at the place of dis- ence to get them passed. The city then says a concrete Portola needed a city adminis- trator's wages. Show aster in New York when we Please people, the longer batch plant is OK to set up trator; $42,000 plus benefits job in all of America went back to Holland afteryou continue to not see the temporarily. It makes no was the offer, more than doubles your our stay in the U.S.A. in 1983. forest for the trees, the sooner sense. Jim Murphy accepted the in less than five years, We sincerely hope that the re- you will see unemployment, Concrete batch plants are position with minimal experi- show you an area that is sponsible persons for thisblackened trees, and burnt supposed to sit on light indus- ence. He has done a fine job ing needed chan event will be found and out homes, trial zoned property, up to now and has fit in very What have all the brought to justice. Dennis Raney I thought we all had to oh. well in our community, been for? When you see what can hap- Hamilton Branch tain and pay for permits. Some people may disagree Cost of living raises? pen in a second, it makes you Our area has several with that and have voiced Nobody in this world realize the more that you No tricks parcels zoned for this type of their concerns in the past. increases to the extent should make the best of your In the aftermath of the ter- business. For a small town to doublemost 20 percent per year. life every day. rorist attack, Madeline A1- We have three concrete the salaries of its employees At this rate, Jim Dear friends, we think a lot bright, our former Secretary plants sitting in the eastern in a four-year period is irre- will be making as of you every day. Hope to hear of State, has suggested that end of Plumes County; theysponsible. Spending, on President of the or read from you soon again. Americans compromise somesit three, 10, and 28 miles from the hopes of growth and more in another ten years. Hanekamp Family, friends of their liberties to empower Portola. tax revenue from the future, Is the increase in of George & Mary DeYoung government to better protect I cannot believe it is in any can bankrupt a small town.the stellar planning Lake Almanor us in the future, way necessary to pollute our With a flimsy economy and retrofit our bridge? neighborhood with cement the fear of recession, the last Or perhaps for his dust and noise, and take mon- thing we need to do is in-starting a West Street ey from the local businesses, crease budgets. Bill Kennedy he knew wouldn't be Other contractors working in made a very good point, when fore school started, Bids for Bids for creek project our area have had to lease ap- he said he wouldn't mind pay- more problems to the riverbank project COUNTY OF PLUMAS propriate parcels to storeing more salaries when thedents than the torn-up STATE OF CAUFORNiA their equipment, proposed developments result did before his plan went NAME STATEMENT COUNTY OF PLUMAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS First our water, now this-- in more revenues for the city. effect? No. 2001 -I 41 STATE OF CALIFORNIA NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS what's next? So far it's been slow at best. Can money, or an __ (Expkes 6-8-2006) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Proposals will be received at the office of the D. Wilkinson If our city council really be- in wages, compel a : ]he following person(s) is/are doing busi- NOTICETO CONTRACTORS County Administrator in the Plumes County Portola lieves that our administrator implement a proper s= heSS as: Midr~ht Sun Cor~, P.O. Proposah will be re(~ved at the offce of the Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, Call- Box 141, Clio, CA 96106. County Administrator in the Rumas County is worth $100,000 a year, why plowing plan that would fomia, until Friday, October 10, 2001 at 2:00 Lata'~ and Cheryl Hartwig, P.O, Box 141, Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Ouif~/, Call- F~ at which time they will be publicly opened Teens: slow down not give every city employee a fo r prope r runoff of W; ? 9 Oio, CAgelOe. fomia, untilFnday, Oaot 3, 2001 st 2:00 and edinsa o e . On Sept. 15, some of my raise. Where will it stop.from city streets? This is conducted by a husband PMat timetheywi, be : oper "stoneDa,TCraek torat P@ea" friends came to visit fromMy recommendation is this: Can money cause a pe! and wife. and mad in said office for:. The project generally consists of providing The Registrant commenced to transact "Chester community Park Riverbank equipr~ and operators to construct mean- Sacramento. As this was their HELP WANTED . to address issues sucl business under the above name on June Restoration P~ect' dering and step/pool channels in approxi- first time in Portola, I wanted City Administrator, five recreation for adolescent 16,2001. The proiect generally cor~ists of providing meleb/ 2300 teet of stone Dai~ Creek, 10air to give them a tour of this years min. exp/neg. Must stead of hassling people Signed: Cheryl Hartwig. equipment and operators to construct river- miles south of Antelope Lake. Specifically, beautiful area. have strong communication temporary struct= This statement was filed with ~he ~,ounty bank slope IXOteCtion along approximately ~e wod r~uk~d consists d Since there were six peopleskills and have owr~ v~icle; (teepees)? . andthree dogs goingo t t is $50,000 yearplhs exl nses, As a 35-year resident Of! " ' ~" ~(r ar within the Chester Community Park, in the terial generated by excavating ponds adja- Filed: June 8, 2001 center of the town of Chester. Specifically, cent to the existing gully channel in the cen- tour, we decided to take two plus benefits; 6 percent cost of tola, all Ican do is hope. JudithWelis, County Clerk the work required consists of ter of the dralnage way. vehicles. After a trip living increase per year. We were doing fine By:. Eilean Hannah, Deputy Insta, rock vanes, toe rap and backfill . Constructing channel and ponds with through town, we traveled to- PublishedFRB, IVR, PR, CP along the south pank of the North Fork of the dredgedmaterisl, rock and vegetation avail- ward Clio on County Road Sept 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 2001 Feather River Haulingbouldersftomoff-sitetoincorpo- able on site. A15, with a final destination Hauling boulde~ from off-site to incorpo- of the Lakes Basin. rate with netive material in rock vanes and rate with native matenal in check dams. toemp. Repianting disturbed vegetation. While driving down A15, Doing Business As: The work be perfo =d under the super- The work will be performed under the super- everything changed. In an in- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS vP~on of Rumas ~ ~olea Maneg- vision of Rumas Corporation Pt~e~ Manag- stant, there was an out-of-con- NAME STATEMENT er Jim Wilcox. er Jim Wilcox. No. 2001-202 As a prerequisite for submitting a bid, each As a prerequisite for submitting a bid, each trol vehicle coming at me (Expires 9-10-2006) bidder shall attend a pre-bid tour scheduled bidder shall attend a pre-bid tour scheduled head-on. The foUowing person(s) is/are doing b~i- for September 281 2001. Tour participants for October 1, 2001. Tour participants should Having been in seven auto heSS as: Rumas Company-Assembly, 540 should meet at 9:00 A.M. at the Chester meet at 9:00 A.M. at the Antek~oe Lake dam. accidents, all of P~dgeSt, Po~ CA 95122, Community Park. Participants shall provide Participants shall provide their own trans- which were the fault of the therown portatio and lurches other driver, I really thought ~lDo~ R. Sandee~, 540 Ridge St., Portoia All bids must be addressed to the Chairman NI bids must be addressed to the Chairman u~.~ busineas is conducted by an individ- of the Board of Supervisors of the County of of the Board of Supervisors of the County of this was going ta be accident Plumes, and shall bear the title or name of Plumes, and shall bear the title or name of No. 8. Luckily it was not, as The Registrant commenced to transact the work to be constructed. Bids may be the work to be constructed. Bids maybe the other driver lost control of business under the above name on Sept. mailed or delivered in ~ to the Rumas mailed or delivered in person to the Rqmas her vehicle and went off an 30, 2OOl. County Administrator, 520 Main Street, Quin- County Administrator, 520 Main Street, Quin- embankment. Signed: Done]d R. Sandeen. cy CA 95971 or the office of the Director of cy CA 95971 or the office of the Director of This statement wasfiled with the County Public Works, 1834 East Main Street, Quin- Public Works, 1834 East Main Street, Quin- I am thankful to be alive, Clerk of Rumm County on date indicated Fded: Sept. 10, 2001 Ju~th We~, County Ck)rk By: Eilean Ha~an, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP Sept. 26, Oct 3, 10, 17, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-205 (Expires 9-1 *2OO@ The Uk ng parson(s) /are doing ness as: JB Fmndal, 748 Deerweed, PUr- toia, CA 96122. Judith Ann Belxer~, P.O. Box 2172, Porto- Ill 96122. This business is conducted by an individ- ual. The Registrant commenced to transact busine= under the above r~ on Sept 14, 2001. Judith This statement was flied with the County Clerk of Rumm County on date indicated Sept. 14, 200t Judah W s, County Ck)rk Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP Sept 26, Oct 3, 10, 17, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-2O4 7-200 ) The foao ng pers0n(s) ddng neas as: icm, Porto~ 96122. Jennifer Lee Condliffe, Box 1206, Porto~z 96122. business is cor~ucted by an individual. The RegLstrant commenced to transact busi- he= und~ the above name on Aug. 6, 2001. Signed: Jennifer Condliffe. This stmment filed with the County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated Filed: Sept. 12, 2001 wis, County er Har. , PuUished FRB, IVR, PR, CP Sept. 26, Oc~ 3, 10, 17, 2001 cy, CA 95971, or faxed to (530) 2~3- 6323. cy, CA 95971, or taxed to (530) 283-6323. A repo~ of the names of all bidde~ and the A report of the names of all bidders and the amount of eech bid or pmpoeel will be made &mount of each bid or proposal will be made by the Clerk of the Board of Superviso~ at by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at the next regular or special meeting of said the next regular or special meeting of said Board following the date of opening of said Board following the date of opening of said bids. Rans, forms of Proposal, bonds and bids. Plans, forms of Proposal, bonds and Contract will be furnished to each qualified Contract will be furnished to each qualified prospectiye bidder upon request to the ofrce prospective t~:lder upo~ request to the of~oe of the Director of Public Works, 1834 East of the Director of Public Works, t834 East Main Street, Quincy, California 95971. The Board of Supervisors has ascertained Main Stme~ Quincy, C~ifi~nia 95971. The Board of Supervisors has ascertained the general prevailing wages for straight the general prevailing wages for straight time, overtime, Saturday, Sunday and hoti- time, overtime, Saturday, Sunday and holi- day work applicable to the work done in day work applicable to the work done in Piumas Co~-ty. These rotes am on fie in the Plumas Co~mty. These ratas are on file in the office of the Director of Public Works, 1834 office of the Director of Pubiic Works, 1834 East Main StmeL Quincy, Califor~ and are East Main Street, Quincy, C, alifomia, and are as I~sted in the State of California Department as listed in the State of California Department of Trax~portstk)n's publication entitled 'Gan- of Transportation's publication enti~d "Gen- eral Prevailing Wage Rates" that is in effect ersl Prevailing Wage Rates' that is in effect whan the bid is submittod. The h~idays upo~ whan the bid is submitted. The holidays upon which the holiday Wage rates shall be paid .which the holiday Wage rates shall be paid sh~ be all holidays recognized in the roller- shall be all holidays recognized in the collec- tive bargaining agreement applicable to the tire bargaining agreement appticab~ to the particu cia.ir cat on or type of work. men omp4oyed on the prqect The lal)or su - charge and equipment rental rates to be ~ mr~i rat~ to be used under tl.ds used under this contract shail be as listed in contrast shall be as listed in lhe State of Cali. the State of C, alifomia Oe~rtmer~ of Tr~s- fomia De~ of Transpertat~ Division portation Division of Construction poblication of Construction publication entitled 'Labor entitled "Labor Surcharge and Equipment Sur~ and Eq~p~t Ra~al Rates, thet Rental Rates" that is in effest when the ~ is in effect when the work is accomplish, is accomplished. The attention of bidders is The attantion of bidders is also par1~zrly di. rected to the provisions of Section 8-1.02, 'Assignment" of the Standard Spesir kx rega ng assignment of the contract. NO bidder may ~hdraw his bid ~ a parind of sixty (60) days after the date set for the opening thereof and the same shall be sub- ject to accefXance by the Owner dudng this Bids will be evaluated on the basis of cost integrity and capability of the bidders, past performance history and probable level of service and conve~an~ to the agency. The County of Ptumas ~ the right to waive irreguiaril , accept or reject any bids or any pert of a bid, and to make tha~ award which is in the best interest of the commiasion. COUNTY OF PLUMAS Department of Public Works Tom Hunter, Director Dated: September 14, 2001 Published FRB, IVR, P~, CP sept. also particularly directed to the Wovislons of Section 8-1.02, 'Assignmer~ of the Standard Specifications regarding assignment of the contract NO bidder.may ~hdraw his bid for a pedod of sixty (60) days after the date set for the ope~ng thereof and the same shell be sul~- ject to acc~ by the Owner dudng this period. Bids will be evaluated on the ba~s of cost, integrity and ca~zbility of the bidders, past performance history and probable level of service and convenierce to the agency. The County of Rumas rese~es the right to waive irreguCarities, accept Or reiect any bids or ar / part of a bid, and to rnake thet award which is in the best interest of the commission. COUNTY OF PLUMAS Deparanent of Public Works Tom Hunter, Director Dated: September 14, 2001 Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP sept. 26,2001 Women and local residents encouraged to apply. Folks, even witha 6 percent cost of living increase per year, our administrator posi- tion will be paid over $170,000 a year just 10 years from now. Anyone happy about this? There have to be 100 people out there that can do the job as good as or better than our own administrator for half the money. Jeff Weismann Portola Critical difforence Clear thinking, speaking, and writing are critical now and yet, I am very angry with more than ever for Americans this person for her lack of and citizens of the world. common sense. It is that lack I just logged on to Feather of common sense that I feel I Publishing's Web site to re- must expand on. spond to this week's reader I am hoping that parents survey question. I found that will think twice before they the questions in the paper and allow a teenage babysitter to on the Web site are very dif- drive their children any- ferent, with critical implica- LAST CHANCE nice little mountain nity, which was its problems in a com different manner until Murphy brought his bigi ideas to town. With water meters, street lights, useless projects along rivers of our streets, worsening ] conditions all over town, the sense of de tourism, I feel that any ther raises should to meet those needs la, not to an individual not getting the job done. When will our road.' town be addressed? Wheri Green Street stop spe' raw sewage down my and onto my property? How many other residents are tired of es in water and because Mr. Murphy himself to get caught MODEL 436 SEll,# 39190 Nk:e floor plan, lots d windows. 1284 sq. ft home map rab- bets, breaidast bar & self clean oven. MODEL 1=211 3 bdrm., 2 b. h p us Falmlous kitchen w/wa -ift & nmm. E ndows met, up,