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County Hews Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 9A m m supervisors con- some of their corn- Y funds to various orga- n this month. was the big allocating $2,000 to Plumas Seniors to the center. Meacher donated the Indian Valley Pitchersto sup- event. gave $503.80 Healthcare Dis- By Deb#a Coates Bob Minert, the department's vator--another condition of he could not use state or fed- istrative Officer Bob Conen Managing Editor director, said he wasn't the permit--they said they eral funding his department also were uncomfortable To meet county standards, aware that the special use cannot pave the parking lot receives to cover costs, so it with the idea and asked the the parking lot at the new lo- permit he obtained to inhabit without substantially in-would have to come from county counsel's office for le- cation of the Plumas County the building required the creasing the lease fee. county-generated revenue,gal advice. Alcohol and Drug Depart- pavedparkinglot. Minert proposed that the That's where the contro. The supervisors also ment, must be paved. But, is His department has al- road department pave the versy arose. The supervisors thought it was more appro- it legal for the county to pay ready moved into its new Io- parking lot, and that the Al- weren't comfortable usingpriate for a private entity, for improvements to private cation--711 E. Main St.--a cohol and Drug Departmentcounty money to pay for ira- rather than the county road property?, property owned by Dick and pay the $10,550 estimatedprovements on private prop- department, to do the work. That's the issue the super- Betty Sine. cost. erty. So, Minert will contact local visors grappled with during While the Sines have However, Minert said that paving businesses for esti- their Oct. 2 board meeting, agreed to install a $32,000 ele- Hunter and County Admin- mates. By Smm Willbmm el. adjusted to a number of StaffWnter "Given the recent events heightened security mea- Visitors to Sierra Army in our country and aroundsures. divided his con- Depot surely will experience the world, heightening our Rogers stressed that the in- giving $500 to the the heightened security mea- security is a smart thing to creased security is system- for Moni- sures in place in the after- do," Rogers said. "Obviously, wide throughout the United y Response math of the Sept. 11 terrorist people who come to the gate States military and not the ) and $400 attacks in New York and are going to see the added se- result of any threats aimed e Junior Ski Washington. curity." specifically at SIAD. SIAD Public Affairs Offi-SIAD's previously un- In light of developing team also benefited cer Larry Rogers said themanned entrance is now events in the United States donated by Don base remains on Force Pro- guarded. Drivers must identi- and the world, Rogers said "a gave $500 to tection Condition Charlie, fy themselves and vehicles lot of work is going on in an- : Arts Corn- just one step below the mill- are subject to inspection and ticipation of what might tary's maximum security lev- search. SIAD personnel have come next. We're working in am expectation we're going to be Rogers lamented the new se- needed at some point." curity measures in place in SIAD's OpStock mission, the United States and the pos- replenishes, refurbishes, and sibility Americans may lose stores a variety of materials some freedom as a result. and equipment -- portable "The world has had to ad- hospitals, portable genera- just to what I call 'the new tors, water purification sys- normal,'" Rogers said. "What tems, fuel systems, pipelines, was normal before Sept. 11 is vehicles, generators -- which not normal now. This is not could be used for humanitari, going to be a Desert Storm an or military purposes any- situation where we go in for a where in the world in the few weeks and it's done. This event of a crisis, will probably go on for a long, Speaking for himself, long time." for kids of all ages " - Apples or pumpkins must be an ingredient- coordinated by Gerie Bunch Live Music- The Banana Slug String Band will play at Noon on the Courthouse Lawn Wine Tastin - Sponsored by Plumas County Arts Commission - More restaurants than ever are participating in this event .... ...... . . + + :at Pickins' on Guitars 1/3 off all Electric Guitars Acoustics Starting at s129 VI ? isit Monolith Music on Saturday, Oct. 13 and receive a FREE guitar pick ]Vlonolith Music 283-4913 231 W. Main Quincy (next to tl e post Office) New Hrs: )14on. - Tlqu. tO - 5 riday I0- 6 IO STORE 1~5T!875 493 W. Main, Quincy 283-0480 Be ready for winter. Keep your feet warm and cozy with down booties from SIERRA DESIGNS Sierra Mountain Sports 501 WEST fir., Ouu CY ACROSS FROM THE COURTHOUSE Stop by our booth at A Taste of Quincy October 13 and don't forget to stop by 367 Main Street f 10% off on all me l)cor hems (aot , pipe & ofie+ not included) 5top 02+ |L' Many spedals going on throughout the store Great Northern Hair Co. 458 Main St., Quincy 283-3302 or 283-3760