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From Page One/News Nov 14, 2OOl -- Fair board believes Supervisors, newspaper to host Brown Act class iolated Brown Act V By Delwa Coates newspaper said it didn't ManagingEd u make any difference who When can a public meetingmade the presentation, but a Page 1A be adjourned to a closed sos- review of the Brown Act for sion? Not sure? You're not the supervisors and other the closed ses- Beatty said that escorting Viscarra said that as some- alone, district boards would benefit Clements from the fair- one experienced with person- Plumas County has a num. everyone. n contin- grounds and taking his keys nel matters, "You just don't" her of public boards--from The Brown Act is designed an open vs. closed seemed disciplinary, make a phone cat] about per. the board of supervisors to to protect the people's right Said, "All I hear Beatty also objected to the sonnel issues." the school board to cemetery to attend and participate in district boards. And they're meetings of local legislative like a person, second scheduled closed sos- Though a closed session all required to conduct their bodies. But the Brown Act at- of evidence to do sion, because Clements was was scheduled and held inmeetings under the guide-so recognizes the need, under don't, it just given no written notification the afternoon, no action was lines of the Ralph M. Brown certain circumstances, for as required by the Brown taken because Clements was Act, more commonly re- those same entities to con- he had already Act. not notified in writing. An- ferred to as simply the duct their meetings in pri- 8rand jury and Cohen said he personally other closed session was BrownAct. rate, and spells out under investigation ofinvited Clements to attend, scheduled for Nov. 13. The Brown Act, and whether what circumstances that may first closed "Written means written," the board of supervisors re- occur. The Brown Act also Beatty said. The relationship cently violated it, was dis- addresses meettng notices. grand Beatty said he was also up- The supervisors discussedcussed during the board's Nov. County Counsel Rob Shul- said. ' set because Conen and mem- their fair board appoint-6 meeting. (See related article man, County Administrative said that the bets of the board of supervi- ments and under what condi- about the fair manager). Officer Bob Conen and Also during the Nov. 6 Michael Taborski, of Feather can look into it, sors had some of the informa, tions they could remove an meeting, the supervisors dis- Publishing, will select a pro- general's office tion for at least a month prior appointee, cussed Feather Publishing's senter and set a date for the it, but our posi- to the initial closed session Meacher said that the su-offer to hold a Brown Actseminar. we didn't have a and did not notify the fair pervisors and their ap- seminar in conjunction with Board chairman Don Clark just agen- board. "A simple phone caU pointees wouldn't always the county, said he wants to invite a and you de- would have been a matter of agree, and when such occa- The newspaper offered thenumber of public boards and be a neutral courtesy." sions arose, they should dis- services of Terry Franke, of asked the trio to select a date "We were trying to act re- cuss the situation, the First Amendment Coati- that most people could at- attorney be- sponsibly," Supervisor Bill "It's important for us to so- tion, but the supervisorstend. there may have Dennison said. cure our relationship with were leery of inviting a pro- While Shulman suggested Brown Fair board members Thel- our appointees," Chairmanpress speaker. Instead, the setting the date for next an era- ma Olson and Carol Viscarra Don Clark said. supervisors suggested that spring because of weather steve voiced their support for the Dennison agreed, noting someone from the California concerns, Clark urged them over- board of supervi}ors and its that it's "not easy to get vo]- State Association of Counties to act quickly, while the action, unteers." might be a better choice."Brown Act was on every- A spokesperson for the one's mind." 11=wnday, Orange juice, beans and sausage, mixed fruit cup, warm bread, baked cue- tar& IMday, NOV. I0 Beef stew, carrots/ordons/potatoes/cel. ery, biscuits, tapioca pud- cung. Mond , NOv. =Ut Salbbury steak, au gratin potatoes, steamed broccoli and cauliflower, mttffln, pud- ding. Tmmday, Nov. iO COOK'S SPECIAL Roasted turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, peas and pearl onions, hot roll, pmnpkin pie. TI , NOV Z& md IM- day, l w. Sites closed Reservations are needed the day before by 1:30 p.m. Call Chester, 258-3570; Greenville, 284-6608; Portola, 8324173; QUinCy, 2834}643; or Feather River Canyon (Tues. day only), 283-3546. All seniors are urged to participate in this program. Those who participate regu. larly are asked to invite friends. People under age 60 are also welcome. Saints, 55 Bellamy Lane, Quincy. AA, United Methodist Church, Quincy. Every Thursday at noon. Juvenile Justlce Child care provided. Prevention Women's Support Group, Women 4:30 p.m., meeting in a safe, comfoCtable, con- fidential environment to share their 567 Lawrence,stories and support each other Thunder through change. Every Thursday, I apartment), 7p.m., 591 Main St. (behind Feather a.m. River Bulletin). For more info call 283-55 15. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. to the public, Lions Club, meet at Moon's, of Latter Day Quincy, noon. For more info, call at ,,m~ ry 171 Rrst Baptist loner. 2333 Pastor George Tadeton. 251-6406. Sunday Bible study & Sunday Worship School, 9:30 a.rn.; Sunday wor- Saturdays, ship, 11 a.m.; Wednesday prayer service, 7 p.m. 74 Reese St., Quincy, 95971. 283-1160. Baptist 283- Christ the King Redburg Epilcopll Church 545 Lawrence St., Quincy. 283-0254. Sunday: Worship 10:00 a.m., Christ Chdstrian Education 9:00 a.m. 283-2170. Meadow Valley meeting 10 Community Church Pastors Terry Adkins and Curt Beeson. 283.4259. Box 60, Meadow Valley, 95956. Services 9:30 a m. Church office 353 Jackson St, Quincy. St., E. FAX: 283-3860. Quincy, e-mail: pastorta@paln.com at 10:30 Quincy at 1:00 p.m. Pastor Tony Lang. 283-9737. P.O. Box 1048, Quincy 95971. Offices upstairs above Quincy Post Office. Services held at Vets Hall, Lawrence Street., Sunday 10:30 a.m. p.O. Box 766, 74O on Sunday: St John's Catholic to Jesus) Father Andrew A. Koztczuk. kids of all 176 Lawrence St., 283-0890, P.O. Box 510, Quincy, 95971. Our ~lvior Lutlw, ran Pastor David Bison. 283-4748. Church & High Sts., P.O. BOx 1396, Quincy, 95971. Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m. ,TTn ~.m,I Christ The Redeemor of Indkm Valley Quincy. Episcopal Church (EMC) Study; 11 Brian FOBS, minister, 284-6317 ,; 6-7 Meet at Rrst Lutheran, 120 Bush St., Greenville. Holy Communion, Bible Study. Sundays, 9:15 a.m. Hair Co. No, rm Ilnqq,v 283-2350 DomeCk: - Impoa Auto .Truck Mon.-Sat eam-r m W You Need ~.. We'll FInd #l" Ed Cammack, owner It=d =d=Kk "tw~=lm Jww'mlm ~ 85 West Maln, 283-5127. AI-Anon Family Group, 5:30 p.m., United Methodist Church Fellowship hall, Quincy. For families and friends of alcoholics. Pistol Shoot, sponsored by Quincy Sport Shooting Assoc., Gopher Hill site, 6 p.m. Troop 130, 7 p.m., Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 283- 3218. Quincy Explorers, 7 p.m., Church of Jesus Christ ot Latter-day Saints. Call 283-3218. NA, 7 p.m., Methodist ChurCh, Quincy. Second Hodzon Club, Veteran's Hall, 1 p.m. First and third Thursdays. Quincy Cdbbage Club, 7 p.m., St. John's Church Social Halt, Jirst and Th isclays .... Feather River Grange, Grange Ha!l, 8 p.m., first and third Thursdays. Potluck and family night, third Thursdays. Plumas County Search and Ralcue, 7 p.m., mineral building, Plumas County Fairgrounds. Third Thursdays. Ptolde Rrlt, Self Advocacy organi- ration for people with developmental disabilities. Round Table Pizza, Quincy. Social time: 4-5:30 p.m.; Meeting, 5:30-7 p.m. Cost for pizza. ThunKlay, Nov. 15 Rachael Pinelli, Josh Lawson, Scott Williams, Leon Jeffrey, Curt Nieman, Bill Leal Friday, Nov. 18 Darrell Weeks, Beth Doerring Saturday, Nov. 17 Jack Brumit, Carol "13lford, Jenifer Barron, Joyce Bozeman, Will Hoed Sunday, Nov. 111 Hunter McCotm, Mike Welser, Rachael Bell, Marge Ruff, Chris Nations, Julie Stock, William W. Jones III, Roslynn Christianson. Monday, NoV. 19 Lloyd Olmstead, Jeanne Fiolka, Sandi McKse, Chris Lindsey, Danny Schuitz, Jake Newman, Randy Beck, Randy Warren, Sendra Nordt NOv. =0 Sandy Thomas, Shidey Whitney, Carol Belot, Sarah Vngt, Catherine vogt, Chadene Mary,, Raymond Mathas Jr., Medaline l"ibbetts. Wedneeday, NOV. 21 Marion Olmstead, Christopher Nieman, Ryan Brown, Chris Kev 'y, Ron Log= Jr. Woodlzaven Residential Care Home For The Elderly Providing a secure, carefree residence for seniors who can no longer safely live at home. Doreene Wood, LVN, Administrator 283-3538 Lic. #325000118 Every third Thursday. NA/AA g hedng, 567 Lawrence, Comminion on Aging, 1p.m. 284- Apt. 6 (between Morning Thunder 7206. Third Thursday of each sec- and 76 station, back apartment), 7 ond month, rotating between the days a week, 8-9 a.m. four nutrition sites. Seventh Day Adventist, Bible Women's Aglow, 7 p.m. 3rd Study, 9:30 a.m.; Worship service, Thursday each month. 352 11 a.m., Fellowship Hall, 2333 Pine Lawrence St., Quincy (Weight St.,Quincy. 283.3092. Watchers building). Inter-denomina. NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, tJonai Christian fellowship. All Reese St., Quincy. women welcome. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8p.m. Quincy Crazy Qui rt, 6 p.m. 3rd Methodist Church, Jackston St., Thursday each month, Methodist upstairs in back, Quincy. Church fellowship hall, comer of Bible Study Fellowlhip, 10 a.m. Church & East High St., For infor. Mountain View Manor community mation cell Stephanie Horton at 283- room. 283-1558. 1450 or 283-0855. Friday, Nov. 16 NA/AA gathsdng, 567 Lawrence, Apt. 6 (between Morning Thunder and 78 station, back apartment), 7 days a weak, 8-g a.m. NA, 7 p.m., at the First Baptist Church, 74 Rease, East Quincy. AA, 8 p.m., United Methodist Church, Jackson St., Quincy. "Just you and Me, K}d" playgroup for children, ages birth to four, and their caregivers. Episcopal Church, 545 Lawmnco St., Quincy (nurxry school room behind church). 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Every first and third Fridays. Benior Outreach, Veterans Hall, 274 Lawrence St., 283-0643. Meets last Fridays, 10 a.m.-noon. On er. hating months meets on 2nd Fridays at Library, 445 Jackson, 1-4 p.m. Call 283-0780. For persons age 80 and up, or their spouses, free legal assistance. II rday, Nov, ti Prk y, Nov. is Erica and Dan l: tos , and Ryan Palnte sQ= t, Nov. Dav and Loae Wh tenton swmz Nov. m Bemad e and Jack Brumlt, Tim and D Wna Kewns Mendm/, Nov. 11) Michaal and Torl Wlaim, Jim and Marg e Amvalo, Erica and Dan Tinnily, NOV. Patrk:k end M=I Rynn, D ck and Nancy Andrew= wld l lly. Nov. =1 Ro d end Caugt , Gn and Sue Miller FEATHER RWER DISPOSAL, INC. 1166 Industrial Way Quincy, CA 95971 283-2O66 800-300-1046 Sunday, Nov. MI NA/AA gathering, 567 Lawrence, Tuesdays. Apt. 6 (between Morning Thunder and 76 station, WedaelMaW, Nov. daysaweak, 6.9 .m. NA/AA 867 Lawren0e, N&7p.m.,bookstuo Rr sept t Apt. 5 (between Momtr Church, 74 Quincy. tnd 78 statkm, back Sparta, 7 Shoot, sponsored by Ot 'y deys a MN t, 8-8 Lm, Sport Shooting A oc., Gopher Htll UI , 10 tin.4 p.m. of 10 a.m., Courthouse, Quincy. 10 a.m. Firlt four of mor . PRS-WlC, Supplemental foods nutrition educatiod for children under 5 years and prngnant/nuralng women. Every Tuesday, I0 a.m. 248 Main St., Quincy. 263-4093 or I. 800-WLC-4093. Women Helping Women, Quincy support group. TueKlays, 5:30 p.m., PRS offices, 248 Main St., for more information call 283-5675. Boy Scouts Troop #'161, 8:30-6 p.m., QES, scoutmaster, Martin Byme, 263-5259 (H); 283-6492 (W). California Women in Timber, Grange Hall, Quincy, first and third Tm lay, =10 NA/KA g hsd , 587 Lawrence, and 7e total, back apmmem), 7 days a weak, &g ILm. seroptimi=t Int rnltlm l of Outncy, Mel od nooq. AWANA program for kid=, 3 ym to 0fade. Evwy Tue ay e p.m. to 7:46 p.m. at Meadow Valley Church. 2834237 for ink). /I oNoli tum , Book Study, 7 p.m., up m m unttKI Method,S Church, Jack=on 8tm Quincy. site, 1 p.m. For more information and 7-9 p.m. WedneKlay=, open I0 283-1145. Ever), other Sunday. pul , Church of Jew GIv of Latt ' l ty se r , S uW t.n, M may, l v. J,S Qulricy. NA/#.a 56r Lawrw ,, TOPII Pound= s=m y). Apt. 6 Morning Thunder 5:30 . 8p.m. wolgh.in, Plurnu and 7e station, back apartment), 70istrlct Cllr lot , Valley days a weak, 6.9 a.m. View Dr., Quino/. Wetly. Plumae Family Development BowUng men's and wwt=hol , Monday=, 581 W. Main women's. La Sierra Lan , Quincy. St., Quincy, 6-7:30 p.m. Wednmday and Friday. Rotary Club, Mineral Building, fair. Health Clinic, Plumu County 9rounds, noon. Health Department, Courthoule NA, 7 p.m., Fir= Bep Church, Anr (. For morelS, 283. Raeee St., Quino/. F.11:30 &m.; 12.'30.5 p.m. AA, Graeagle Community Half Ubltry I IleNOol Itory tim, (upstairs), 8 p.m. 10:30-11 &m., for 3- to 5-year-old& Health Clinic, Piumas County Wedneadays. Health Department, Courthouea Blblu study, tean, adult in(l junior Annex. For moroinfommlion, 283- ch0ir, Gr commu ilyChurch, 6330. 8a.m.-noon; 1p.m.-4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. vva w , weary rnm BIb m.dy, at Jonah Quincy MathocU chwch, im mlent Munoz' house, 283-160& of Fallow Hall. W h-in at 5 Sponsored by Christ tho King p.m., meeting at 5:3O p.m. Epts:o Firat and IWe lt.dy, Church of Ct.tat Quino/, ? p.m.. AA, 7 p.m., upmlm, Mml xlim ox =, a=x=m Qu -y. I, mz Nov. e 65 30 Nov. 7 60 23 NOV. 8 62 23 Nov. g 60 24 NOV. 10 61 30 Nov. 11 55 44 Nov. 12 53 49 New year started July I Ym'-to