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16A Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 Feather River Bulletin regi lic onal tngs il A consortium of local groups is working to develop a plan for recreational trails in the Lake Almanor Basin. The Almanor Basin Trails Collaborative will be hosting two public open houses in late October to share its vision of a trail network that will connect the communities of Susanville, Westwood, Clear Creek, Hamilton Branch, Canyon Dam, Prattville, Lake Almanor West, Chester, Bailey Creek and the Lake Almanor Country Club. The Trails Collaborative currently consists of the following organizations: Almanor Recreation and Parks District, Mountain Meadows Conservancy, Feather River Land Trust, Lassen Land and Trails Trust, Caribou Alliance for Trails, Lassen County, the United States Forest Service, PG&E and the National Park Service, along with local citizens. These groups have been working with staff from the National Park Service Rivers, Conservation and Trails Assistance program to develop the plan. A public open house will be held in Chester on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the Almanor Recreation Center on Meadowbrook Loop. The second open house will take place in Westwood on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the Westwood Visitors Center, located on the corner of Ash and Third streets. Both open houses will run from 4 to 6 p.m. Come learn about this regional effort, look at maps of the proposed trail segments, provide input on the conceptual trails plan and meet with representatives of the Trails Collaborative. A new trail system has already been funded for this location south of Westwood. From left: Stacy Kronner, Ron Linder, Nils Linder and Gary Pritchard. Photo submitted Ribbon cutting scheduled Caltrans District 2 Drilled" hole piles were announced that contractor constructed to support the Q&D Construction Inc. abutments. The bridge and subcontractors have deck consists of fiber completed a new bridge on reinforced concrete with State Route 89, Post Mile epoxy coated deck 30.0, by the Lake Almanor reinforcement. Spillway in Plumas "It indeed is a County. The $9 million state-of-the-art platform," project reopened to traffic said Caltrans on Friday, Sept. 28, Construction Engineer months ahead of schedule. Jim Rogers. "This means "This project has been greater safety and smoother than we durability for the thought," said Caltrans traveling public." Resident Engineer Ryan "We are grateful for the Johnson. "Its proximity to public's patience and a major PG&E facility and cooperation," says Project other circumstances Manager Stacey Barnes. presented this project as a "We also thank elected complex task, but we have officials and other managed to complete it Partners for working with and deliver it ahead of us to overcome any time." challenges projects of this Constructed on the old magnitude usually bridge's alignment, the present." new Lake Almanor . The pDblic is invited to Spillway Bridge replaces a attend a ribbon cutting deteriorated and ceremony Friday, Oct. 12, seismically deficient at 10 a.m by the structure built in 1963, one north-end of the bridge in great need of shoulder project on SR 89. The and barrier rail upgrades, event is free and people according to Caltrans. are encouraged by For the new bridge, Caltrans to RSVP at double column piers were D2PIO@dot.ca.gov or by constructed atop spread calling 225 3426. footings, and "Cast in