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6A Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Mystery then ter The cast from last year's murder mystery dinner theater strikes a pose. This year's event, put on by the Feather River College Foundation, chose a 1950s theme. The show ran last night with one more performance slated for tonight. The event starts 6 p.m. at the West End Theatre for cocktails and appetizers; the dinner and show are set for 7:30 p.m. at Moon's Restaurant. Tickets cost $40 and are still available at Carey Candy Co. Photo submitted Not eligible for Multi-Sport Pack. All offers require 24-month commitment end credit qualification. ACT NOW AND ALSO GET" PREMIUM CHANNELS for3 months i === Offer subject to ohange based on premium channel availability. j] j BUNDLE AND SAVE WITH DISH + Ask how you can save $10/mo. 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Main St. Quincy 283-1450 ALL AMERICAN MINI STORAGE 169 Lawrence St., Quincy 283-3515 Y Mille STORAGE I 1972 Lee Rd., (behind SavMor) Quincy / 283-3515 283-0800 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA New area green waste program opens Saturday Debra Moore Staff Writer . It took longer than expected, but American Valley has a new green waste program. Beginning this Saturday, Nov. 8, area residents will be able to haul their green waste to Feather River Disposal at 1166 Industrial Way where it will be incinerated. "It'll be about $5 per pickup truck," said Public Works Director Bob Perreault. Initially the site will be open from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays, but those hours may be expanded according to the need. "We think there might be some pent-up demand," said Jim Graham, a senior planner with the public works department. It's anticipated that the hours will expand during the summer. Plumas County Public Works teamed up with Feather River Disposal to provide the much-needed disposal site for Quincy residents. In the interim, residents have been hauling their leaves, pine needles and other yard debris to the transfer site in East Quincy -- at household waste disposal prices -- or burning in the limited areas where it is allowed. After much research, the county decided on a portable incinerator option, but needed a location to house it. The county began working with Feather River Disposal to use its site on Industrial Way, not the transfer station in East Quincy. The Board of Supervisors had been poised to adopt the agreement during its Oct. 21 meeting, but an agreement had not been finalized. Attorneys for Waste Management, the parent company of Feather River Disposal, had concerns about environmental and liability issues. Though he remained optimistic that an accord could be reached, Perreault told the supervisors that he had a backup plan. "If we had to we could put it behind public works," Area residents had long Perreault said, though his enjoyed free disposal at the preferred site remained Sierra Pacific Industries Industrial Way. mill, but SPI closed that But by last week, all of the operation when it began details had been agreed upon, working on its new large enabling the site to open this mill. weekend. Quart,.00rly library book sale to begin Thursday i The Quincy Friends of the Plumas County Library invite their members and the public to attend their quarterly book sale Nov. 6, 7 and 8 in the Quincy library meeting room. The book sale hours are as follows: Thursday, Nov. 6, is "Friends Members Only" from 3 to 7 p.m. The sale will be open to the general public Friday, Nov. 7, 10 a.m.- 6 p:m., arid ' Saturday, Nov. 8, 10 a.m. - 2 p:m. Annual membership (January - December) is $10, and a lifetime membership is $100; memberships can be purchased at the sale. "This is the perfect sale to stock up on winter reading materials," said Friends member Judy Morrow. "Also, consider purchasing books to give to your reading friends; many books are like new. Since books are consistently donated between sales, there are always new gems waiting to be discovered." The quarterly book sales have enabled Friends to make major purchases, such as the 10 new HP computers for the library. Funds raised also provide ongoing support for the library. In 2014 the Friends provided $2,000 for new books, paid the audio and book-leasing subscriptions, added to the landscaping and funded the children's summer reading and after-school programs. The Quincy Friends work closely with the county librarian to determine how to Learn )triLls, t For health, self-defense & personal development Sttgarpiae Aviars MarUalArt An AmericanJudo dr Jujitsu Federation Dojo Johnny Moore, se,. 283-2600 email: www.sugarpineavLatorsmartia[ best support library patron needs. Library user input is always welcomed. For the sale, the fiction section will be in alphabetical order by author; this added service continues to be appreciated by book-loving shoppers. Nonfiction books will continue to be categorized by subject, and volunteers will be available to assist shoppers during the sale, Gently used book donations are always appreciated. Take donations to the front desk of the library during normal business hours. The library staff screens the books for possible inclusion in the library collection and forwards the remainder to Friends for the book sales. Those unable to take donations to the library may call Diann Jewett at 283-3873 to schedule a donation pickup. Shop Local Spend Local Eat Local Stay Local ENJOY LOCAL .Sapor- t/utt rtaort ME AND MY COMMUNITY. t