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8A Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 STATEWIDE AVERAGE PLUM, AS COUNTY PLUMAS COUNTY FEDERAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES patern E4e, ablishmnt 69.60% 80.81% 1 cam W'Sh suppo, Ordem 71.88% 92.57% ColLections on C'un nt Support 40.09% 57.56% Cases With Colle ons on Arrears 56.05% 66.24% Cost Effectiveness The Plumas County De- Plumas County's DCSS to tions on current support, formance, provide good cus- partment of Child Support receive additional incentive and cases with collections tomer service, and work Services (DCSS) is in the monies as authorized under in arrears, with families to provide the top 10 out of the 58 counties FamilyCode 17706. Plumas County's DCSS support the children de- in California. This ranking Data from four subject ar- had a favorable rating of 10 serve. is based on the results of eas were measured in all percent or more in all four If you would like more in- the Federal Performance California counties and areas. This is higher than formation about the free Measures, comparing the those results were used to the statewide average, and services offered, please con- statewide average to determine the statewide av- also much higher than the tact the Plumas County De- Plumas County, and covers erage, required federal standards, partment of Child Support the period of October 2000 to These areas include es- The Plumas County DCSS Services at 283-6264 or visit September 2001. tablishing paternity, cases continues to strive to attain the office at 522 Lawrence These results qualify with support orders, coliec- the highest statewide per- St. in Quincy. m By Delxa Coates responded to in the last year. diture of county money," Managing Editor Nelson said the equipmentPearson said. "The sooner we Plumas County supervi- is necessary to allow for bet- can get this countywide, the sors agreed that the Bucks ter communication with oth- better off aU of the people will Lake area needs a repeater er agencies, but the volun- be." system to allow fire and res- teers couldn't afford the ex- While Supervisor Bill Den- cue personnel to communi- penditure, nison didn't disagree with care, but they disagreed over how to pay for it. Supervisor Ken Nelson, al- hav( so a member of the Bucks Lake Volunteer Fire Depart. ment, described the need for $6,228 worth of communica- tion equipment to the other supervisors, and also de- Kefl Nelson scribed what Bucks Lake res- idents had done to improve Supervisor the area's fire and rescue squad. "We have never asked for Nelson asked that the mon- the need, he offered another county funds before," Nelson ey be taken from the county's means of funding. said, as he noted the improve- general fund. "I suggest we make an ap- ments already made and the Supervisor B.J. Pearson plication for Title Ill funds calls the fire departmen~limd ~. "This is ~good expen- under HR 2389," he said. That is the legislation which promises more money to rur- al counties dependent on fed- eral timber receipts. Pearson hesitated because he felt that process would take too long. Dennison said the money was available and asked for 30 days to have it allocated. The supervisors agreed to apply for the special funding, but if, after 30 days, they weren't successful, the equip- ment would be paid for by the county's general fund. FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED Environmental Alternatives (530) 283-3330 Lic. #320316037 m By Terri Daoust cultural interests of, P0rt01a Editor and Si counties, Many agency personnel vide and landowners in the Sierra decisions and Valley have noted the need arise n relation for an Agricultural Advisory al lands. Group (AAG), and a proposal "In providing is tentatively scheduled to go vices, the AAG before the Plumas County ensure that the Board of Supervisors this community of todaY! month, morrow will have a The proposal will request their local that Plumas County and Sier- Jan Stine, with ra County enter into a con- vices, who is ceptual agreement to form a cultural community bi-county advisory group, late the proposal. with finer points of detail to Stine said the be developed later, spend county Landowners have already ceivesu received support from sever- al agency personnel, includ- The agricultural ing: Dan Macon, of the High ty is rec Sierra Resource Development member board, and Conservation District; County providing Karl Bishop, the Plumas-Sier- bers, at least three ra Agricultural Commission- would be from er; Holly George, with U.C. Plumas Cooperative Extension; and vide three Ceci Dale-Cesmat, with the Sierra, Mohawk, Natural Resource-Conserva- and Dixie Valley tion Service. members from the If the proposal is accepted, and Meadow the AAG would be formed by and two members Plumas and Sierra counties' Indian and Genesee adoption of a resolution or areas. amendment that would in- The agricultural clude a joint powers agree- sioner would ment between the counties, appointments similar to the one used for nee recc the Bi-County Agricultural the Cattlemen's, Commissioner position, women's and Farm It would operate .under the associations. guidance of the office of the To qualify for as agricultural commissioner ment, a prospective and would not only provide must be engaged input to county government tion agriculture" regarding technical and poll- by the California cy information, but county Agriculture Code. government could also direct In addition, the AAG to conduct investi- board of gations into a proposed ac- appoint a re tion's effects on agriculture, the AAG, bringing The AAG would assure the membership to-13. local agricultural industry of Stine said she an effective and unified creation of the voice, with county depart- beneficial not ments and before the board of agricultural supervisors, to both county The AAG would support, as well. protect and promote the agri- you'll know It's our wish to you, our customers, to have a Joyous Holiday Season. Do the same by greeting your customers in our special 44' to be published Dec. 12th Wish them a great New Year in our to be published Dec. 26th B OTH SECTIONS FOR ONE LOW Deadlines: Tuesday November 27th! PRICE! 2,84-7800 283-0800 258-3115 EO. Box 469 EO. Box B EO. Box 557 Greenville, CA 95947 Quincy CA 95971 Chester, CA 96020 832-4646 257-5321 116 Commercial St. 800 Main St. Portola, CA 96122 SusanviUe, CA 96130 Westwood PinePress 256-2277 EO. Box 790 Westwood, CA 96137 Estate of Boynton NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF Betty J.' Boynton, Decedent. Case Number 6001 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contin- gent creditors and persons who may be oth- erwise interested in the will or estate, or beth, of Betty J. Boynton. A Petition For Probate has been filed by David L. Adrian in the Superior Court of California, County of Plumas. The Petition For Probate requests that: David L. Adrian be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. The Petition requests the de:edent's WILL and codicils, it any, be admitted to proi~,te. The will and any codcils are available fir examination in the file kept by the courL The Petition requests authority to adminis- ter the estate under the Independent Ad- ministration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very impor- tant actions, however, the personal repre- sentative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the propesed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A hearing on the petition will be held on Nov. 26, 2001, at 9.'00 a.~ at the Superior Court ol Californi County of Piumas, DepL One, Courthouse, 520 W. Main Street, Room 104, Quincy, CA 95971. IF YOU the granfi~ of the pati- on, you should appaar at the h uino and state your objections, or file written objec- ticns with the court befire the headng. Your appearance may be in person or by your at- torney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a confront creator of the deceased, you must lie your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of fzst issuanco of letters as provided in Sec- tion 9100 of the California Probate Code. The =me dai-ns .= expn be- fore lour months from the date ol the hear- W date no ed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the f'~ kept by the court, ff you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the co~ a firmal Request for Spedal Notice of the flng of an inventor/and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Section 1250 of the California Probate Code. A Request for Speciat Notice form is avaJable Irom the court clerk. Signed: Attorney for Petitioner, David L. Adarian, Esq., P.O. Box 809, Quincy, CA 95971, (530) 2832090. Filed: Sep(. 7, 2001 Shed WerL Court Adminis~or By Johona Stean, puty Published FRB Oct 31, NOv. 7, 14, 2001 Property sale NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE UNDER DEED OF TRUST Loan: 0023654908 Investor No.: 563-330- 1674298897 Other: 1652498 TS#: 2001- 45666 A.P.N. 113-090-016.000 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DATED MARCH 9, 2000, UN- LESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EX- PLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the .real toP~.., for which the address is purported 7 Silver Creek Rd Meadow Valley, CA 95956 Assessor's Parcel Number: 113- 090-016-000 will be sold at pul~c auction at At the front steps of the County Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, California on De- cember 5, 2001, at 11:00 AM, to the h~hest bidder, payalNe at the time of sale, Ior cash, a cashier's check drawn by a state or na- tional bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit ~ion, or a check drawn by a stale or federal savings and loan assocta- t~, savings association, or savi~s bank specified in section 5102 of the Fmandal Code and authorized to do business in Call- Burn )lan District's Public ment has been 16, 2001. The Northem Sierra ment District is Rules 313.3A Preparation), 602 603- Permit Fees. nia Health and Safety C 41512.5, 41512.7.b will conduct a public 15, 2001, Small Conference Room, Nevada City, of prov g the pubic a ties with the proposed 313.3A Exemptions (to Burn P~ Hear Board Fees. Written the District Northern Sierra Air District, P.O. Box 2509, Documents are torni The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the ~g them ~ at pmpe~y address and other common dosig- Grass Valley, CA. nation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will Published FRB NOv. 14, 2001 be mede without covenant or warranty, ex- pressor regardw possess, or encurnorances, to satisty the indebted- Petition for Name ross evidsnced by said Deed, executed by terence H. Brennan and Kimbedy/L Pepe, Order to Show ( husband and wife as joint tenants, as trustor, recorded on March 21, 2000, ~s In- strument No. 1637, Book No. 802, page TC 658, and of the Otfidal Records of Plumas Petitioner. Porcha Marq~ County, California. The total amount of the pelition with this coua fit a! undid_' _=~of ~ ~ secured by name as follows: m m sm an reasonabty esti" salves. mateo costs, expenses and edvanees at the THE time of the initial poblication of the Notioe of Sale is $101,38').57. In the event tender terested in this matter s other than cash is accepted the Trustee this coufl at the may withhold the bsuance of the Trustee's show if any, Deed until funds become available to the chang~ ~dWee or endorsee as a matter of right. Dat- NOTICE OF HEARING at : November 8, 2001 Verdugo "l'rustee Calilomia, C ) mty Service Corp., as said Trustee, 2710 at 9 a.m. at 520 Wmone Avenue, Frist Floor, Burbank, CA 95971. !~ro(~rt504 By: Oau4n SeOura Trustee's Sales For Sales Infor~ Call: (714) rior Court 200145666 tot, b~ 11/14101, 11/21/0t, 11/28/01 CNS- PublishedFRB 313720# FEATHER RIVER BULLETIN Oct. 31, Nov. t, 14, 21,2001. 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