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14A Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 From Page One/News II Off-premises signs will be studied by committee ConUnued from page 1A the following: natural phe- signs, schools, tions, then "it's a dereliction when the signs were altered nomena; scenic attractions; "You could have a sign di- "We like to shoulder re- of duties." to specifically mention the historic, educational, cultur: rectingpeople tothe Union 76 sponsibility," he said, but "If the rules are on the restaurant, the complaints al, scientific, and religious in Quincy, then another to noted that to do so, the busi- book, then enforce them. If werelodged, sites; and putdoor recreation- th , Chevron," McMorrow ness must be successful and you don't want to enforce it, Because the signs were in alareas." said. :f, pu can't limit it to needs signs to show tourists then change it," she said. violation of county ordi- Godman and Cleary argued certain bUsinesses." how to find the resort. Supervisor B.J. Pearson nances, the planning depart- that the resort, with its incom- He was also concerned Cleary wanted to know was in favor of change. He ment ordered that the signs parable view of the Middle with billboards from Rendwhy, if the sign ordinance ap- said he could foresee 50-70 be covered up--which they Fork of the Feather River, met casinos inviting tourists to plied to the entire county, businesses being cited in the were for two weeks. Then, most ofthe federal criteria, theirlocations. Plumas Pines Golf Resort next 30 days. He said he the resort owners were al- However, McMorrow said Godman countered that was being singled out. would prefer to accept the lowed to revert to the older he was adamant that the several permits must be ob- He showed pictures of recommendation of Godman signs, which are currently county's current sign ordi- tained before a sign can be many other signs that were and Cleary and add that the standing, nance not be changed, erected on a state highway, in violation, including some "sign could not be more than Tom Godman, resort man- "The Longboards sign is "It's an 18-month processfrom Gold Mountain and its five miles from the subject ager, and A1 Cleary, one of pleasant," he admitted. "But and getting those permits is Nakoma Spaand Resort. property." the owners, asked that the we will open a door that we very, very difficult," he said. McMorrow said it was his McMorrow said that, if the county sign ordinance be don't want to open." Godman also told the board office's policy to only act on signs were seen as direction- changed to reflect the federal McMorrow said he was of supervisors that the resort complaints, al rather than promotional, statute regarding signs: "Pri- concerned that soon, Plumas is a major employer in the Kathy Price, a candidate he would be willing to work vately owned activities or at- County would look like the Blairsden area, and a major for supervisor in District 5, on a compromise. That com- tractions eligible for direc- approach to Susanville or the contributor to the communi- said that if the county was promise willbe unveiled Dec. tional signing are limited to I-5 corridor--littered with ty--in particular, the high turning its back on infrac- 18. IN BUSINESS 26 YEARS II I OPEN MON.-SAT.. 2830 MAIN STREET " SUSANVILLE . 257-7788 Cal. L.Ic. 448S28 By AIIcia High44 Indian Valley Editor The Indian Care District is directors hopes ffmancial future when voters Measure M, by eight votes, provided enough keep operations hospital, ministration. Out of a 603 votes were were against, proval rate and not the 66.6 ed for the thirds majority. "We're not said district Fluke. "The again with some If the measure'. the second district would money until 2003. The hospital is ning at reduced staff members hours and According to tration, they that up forever. During directors and expressed about being able' current quality c ditions were not Paying the lem, especially tronic billing off-line. Managers and pitched in to hand, the and the accounts has climbed up Although a expected to be ning by now, Sheila Grothe to approve a loa from the Board The district about $100, JJJD $130,000 expected erty taxes to a of credit at Plumb The only hope help now seems rival of Jonatha the new district returning His arrival cussed ings, where spoke about him terms. The district to borrow up to for his relocation: hall, Vt. Pace has also tients in Fort er areas. Just in ease visors do directors have the issuance indebtedness If the loan visors is tificates will not The uled to discuss 20. Property sale Quincy, CA 95971, of Caliluni The ~ oll~e is 332 Crescent St., County of Pl~as, Stale stod( in trade, fBIB'e known as ( at 332 ~ SL, co ty So far as isknown to ~e not used any other than ~e above last pest excel. None. The bulk sale is to be I after December 4, subie= Sec Cunmerdal Code d Claims be Company, Ouincy, Ck 9r3971, on c 2001, which is sale dale specked S~ned: Feather Rivefl By Russell E. Reid, V' Published FRB Nov. 14, 2001