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9ssive, ~ressive, Record, Reporter News/Letters Wednesday Oct 10 001 ,s. 'ell . racy, 1l la Mntcalf he ers 0f the Plumas rowd #:tvranch of the United re hoping to raise tl co _is year" . . _ar.ar, m a collaboration antas , .. _.assen County, mem we axe. ae sai $10,000, according ^f ]l aylor, a member of o, formed Plumas nts _e ranch ave a - recking away from n ew '$sen program, the a new list of offi- include: Marilyn Rich Johnston, Lori Miravalle, Sandra is Pell, Inez Rob- ofco raig Rude, Sheila e that Will Taylor, Kandi pinio d Dennis Williams. telletJaRed Way is dedicat- mas i ,.i !~ T#klNr5 re /7 WO Z"2 fog ISL) @F i ed to raising funds to support Quincy Little League, Plumas- grams is Dec. 15. Photo by Buzz Conroy many local programs, and Sierra Literacy Group, and Contributions may be as lit- From left are: Lynn I lmdi Whilloy, Rol bins, provides health and humanthe Horses Unlimited riding tie as $1. Dennis Pell, Will Taylor, Richsrd Johnston and Dennis services, program. For more information, or to Williams, members of the now Plumas County branch of Programs targeted for aid The deadline for pledgingdonate funds, contact Marilyn the Unit ! Way. in Plumas County include the money to support local pro- Hoffman at 283-6413. vote on an assessment that sors doing the same thing, police officer told me he could only taxes the property own- The difference is, Plumasnot make arrests outside the from Page :L1,B er would stand a legal chal- County has deeper pocketscity limits of Portola. I in- west'- lenge? than the IVSCD. formed the officer the indi- fll 611 voice mail is a Walt Hines Some background on this vidual who assaulted my car on n Us experience One Taylorsvilleissue is that another investor was planning on moving to " learns to let the and I wanted to buy the prop- Tennessee that same day, pos- by .. on run through twice Wortlk it erty 10 years ago. After L.P. sibly within a couple of . art human on the line. When I visited Indian Val- made a verbal agreement to hours, because he was load- hare tes about eight rain- ley in 1969, I bought some one price, when it was pre- ing a U-Haul during the is- acreage. In 1973, I built a sented with an earnest money rece d not Only for me, home on that acreage. My deposit, L.P. raised the price lual Tobin and Storrie taxes were $800 a year. Indian from $60,000 to $260,000. We presf " My company, Valley had one hospital, wouldn't even consider it at rapaics, does WebI came from Fremont, Calif. that price, and it didn't even 'is ation and mainte- My home was much smaller havea sewer then! sigta and it sat on a 50 feet x 100 Time went by and a Realtor the ed . nableto update my feet lot. My taxes were $1,900, who was L.P.'s agent told me ad ges. Tobin Resort is and Fremont had one hospi- L.P. was donating the proper- kdie r new managers. Ittal. ty to Greenville, with a prob- Plu ble to take appli- I will never cease to enjoy lem. It had to be cleaned up! "][orrie Retreat takeand appreciate the beauty of As many might remember, ;ion. ~u" " s - r]es and reserva- Indian Valley. I see magnifi- L.P'.s Crescent Mills Log nmr e'mail. For a week it cent mountains, trees, clear Deck property had to be bletodoso.., blue skies and puffy white cleaned up at horrendous suance of the summons. I ex- thing), "I went out there pected the individual to be ar- about half an hour after the rested for his assault on my complaint and Mr. Beerman vehicle. I was wrong, had already moved." The next morning, I went to Then the officer proceeded the Portola sheriff's office to to tell me, "Sorry, there's see what had been done about nothing that can be done." my problem. I was then told Well, isn't that special! by the officer, (who said the Mike Rush day before he couldn't do a Portola ,. Thtlrsday, Sept. 27, clouds, lakes and streams costs. A Quincy construction TION =/ the problem would everywhere. I take a deepcompany bought an old mill I Friday. On Men- breath and pull in that won- site. They also found the state ould be fixed on derful clean, clear air and required an expensive soil Tuesday afternoon,sunshine, cleanup operation. ,t the crew had left 10 Our hospital has been in fi- Many times the newspaper nd W arlier. nancial trouble ever since I said that buyer had defaulted g Wa y morning, a week can remember, on his loan. It also said in ar- mr-e:fitien Ibeaginning of the In 1969, I subscribed to our ticles and letters to the editor to lled Supervisor local paper, and the headlines that the IVSCD can't just take said something like, "Indian the property, even though Utto :ne-halfhour, I got Valley Hospital in financial they've tried numerous Economy Economy , Economy ' a Pac Bell rep difficulties and may have to times. ed. the first time, gaveclose." Maybe the buyer's aware ~s~ 2 Sq~ 2%T~,4 ~7,~ '~5%>~;~299~22s'~H~15 S~69~ ] P2~5,75~% ~9~ LT235,75~,5 .S~2~ ,,-.-~,,~ ,.~ .... ~.-~:L]., ;,',(,- :,~,~:.'}77~',~ $4~,~ 2OSrSSV~'"~ 589981 P225,qSR15,S69.98 LT215,"BSR16 $7998 eyW jsurnarne and a real It is time now that we the the IVSCD is assessing him :::.... :,., use.:,,s~s s> ~c r :Y';4's~: