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14A Wednesday, Nov. 21,2001 County and Community News m m By Dave Keller confidential employees and cared. Staff Wnter the sheriffs association. But, because Reichle was A new policy that would bar The proposed change in pol- driving a county car, the inci- the use of alcohol and drugs icy comes on the heels of Dis- dent raised concerns at the prior to driving a county vehi- trict Attorney James Reich- Plumas County Courthouse. cle is under consideration by le's Oct. 17 arrest for drunk The utrrent county policy the Plumas County Board of driving, merely prb bits employees Supervisors. The Butte County District from being intoxicated while But, before the board can Attorney decided not to fde a they are working. sign off on the policy change, criminal complaint against Even so, "There have been it needs the support of the em- Reichle, chiefly because he incidents in recent years," re- ployees' union, the county's was not believed to be intoxi- marked County Administra- tive Officer Bob Conen, in which employees were "impli- cated" in the use of alcohol or drugs prior to driving a coun- ty car, County Administrative Officer Bob Cohen said. In a Nov. 16 memo to the board of supervisors, Conen calls such conduct "wrong." Conen said it also "unrea- sonably increases the risk to the general public." Conen also explained to the board that the proposed change in policy must get the backing of the county's vari- ous bargaining units. In practice, the proposed change would not allow coun- ty employees to drive a coun- ty vehicle ff they have had al- cohol or drugs within four hours of its operation. The proposal was scheduled to be discussed visors at their Nov.i ing. Thursday, Friday, Nov. 22, 23 By Tent Daoust CLOSED FOR THANKS- Portia Editor GIVING It was standing room only Momlay, Nov. 26 at the Portola City Council Tarragon chicken, rice pi- meeting Wednesday, Nov. 14, laf, steamed carrots, coleslaw, as residents living in the area warm bread, fruit crisp, across from C. Roy Tuesday, Nov. 27 Carmichael Elementary came Split pea soup with ham, to voice their opposition to a marinated veggies, orange proposed zoning change for slices, cornbread, tapioca their neighborhood. pudding. The new zoning law would Wednesday, Nov. 28 have changed the zoning for Pineapple juice, pork the area from low density res- roast, green beans al- idential to medium density mondine, hot roll, fruit, residential, which concerned Reservations are needed many of the residents. All those choosing to speak the day before by 1:30 p.m. Call Chester, 258-3570; during the public hearing on Greenville, 284-6608; Portola, the proposed zoning laws said 832-4173; Quincy, 283-0643; or they purchased their property Feather River Canyon (Tues- because it was zoned low den- day only), 283-3546. sity and the thought of allow- ing duplexes or splitting lots and allowing more homes was not acceptable to them. One resident, Donna Mor- ris, was also upset, saying the city never asked the residents ff the rest of the city could use their road for access to C. Roy Carmichael during the clo- sure of Weet Street. The roads in the area are private, unpaved and main- tained by the residents who desire to keep the area rural. Portola resident Ed Laurie voiced his concerns regarding the inclusion of adult enter- tainment facilities in the zon- ing laws. Karen Downs, planning and redevelopment manager, ex- plained that, by law, a city cannot ban such establish- ments and it is better to have restrictions listed in the zon- ing laws. "If there were no restric- tions listed, an adult enter- tainment establishment could set up business in any com- mercially zoned location throughout the city," she said. By putting restrictions on where they could conduct business, the city has more control, keeping them away from schools, churches and downtown Portoia. The city received a written request from Phil Raymond, construction teacher at Porto- la High School, asking that the city crew construct the sewer line to the high school construction project at 601 Main Street at the same time that they install the water line. Portola's municipal code re- quires that the city be respon- sible for the installation of branches (called laterals) of water lines and that the prop- erty owner be responsible for sewer laterals. Raymond asked that the city be responsible'for both Steven and absorb the cost of theSteven Shi sewer lateral installation, es- Mike and Debbie timated at $1,200. Quincy, recently Raymond said there were a from the number of issues that lead to his request, including work- ing combat Benning, Ga. ing on a very limi d budget Shipman with little room for unexpect- tensive program ed contingencies, tion that focused The council ruled that there physical were benefits to the communi- order drilling ty in granting the request and all voted in favor of helping marksmanship. the students. Shipman is now at Fort Gordon Women's Support Group, Women meeting in a safe, comfortable, con- fidential environment to share their stories and support each other through change. Every Thursday, 1 Thursday, Nov. 22 NNAA gathering, 567 Lawrence, Apt. 6 (between Morning Thunder and 76 station, back apartment), 7 p.m., 591 Main St. (behind Feather days a week, 8-9 a.m. River Bulletin). For more info call Genealogy Ubrary, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 283-5515. Thursdays, open to the public, Lions Club, meet at Moon's, Church of Jesus Chnst of Latter Day Quincy, noon. For more info, call Saints, 55 Bellamy Lane, Quincy. 283-5127. AA, United Methodist Church, AI-Aoon Family Group, 5:30 p.m., United Methodist Church Fellowship Quincy. Every Thursday at noon. Child care provided, hall, Quincy. For families and friends Seventh-Day Adventist Pastor Jerry Waggoner. 2333 Pine St., Quincy. 251-6406. Rrst Baptist P~,stor George Tarleton. Sunday Bible study & Sunday 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 Chnst of Latte'-day Saints. Call 283-3218. NA, 7 p.m., Methodist Church, Quincy. Plumes County Republican Women regular meeting wilt be held every fourth Thursday. For more information write to: P.O. Box 161, Quincy, 95971 or call Bobby Monroe at 283-1053. Compassionate Fdends, bereaved parents support group. For anyone who has lost a child, including sib- .S hool, 9:3.0 Sunday lines amC.mandcmrents 7 , 3646 Park Hill Dr., Almanor. Fellowship Hail. prayer service, 7 p.m. For info, call Denise Vaughn, 596- Starlight Missionary Baptist Joshua Devine, Pastor; 283- 1505. Meets at 171 Redburg Avenue. Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints Bishop J. David Isbell. 283-2170. Sunday Sacrament meeting 10 a.m. Christian Ufe Fellowship 283-0345, 317 First St., E. Quincy. P.O. Box 208, Quincy, 95971. Sunday services at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Women's Bible Study Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. Pastor: David Schaai. Community United Methodtat Pastor Cynthia Stateman. 282 Jackson St., P.O. Box 766, Quincy 95971. Tel/fax 283-1740 Worship Services on Sunday: 10 a.m. - Y2J (Youth to Jesus) Church school for kids of all ages. 10 a.m. - Worship Service. e-mail: quincymethodtst@mail.com, www.psln.com/methodist. Church of Chrlet Paul Finch, Pulpit Minister 152 Jackson St., Quincy 283-1i91, P.O. Box 628, Quircy. Sunday, 10-11 a.m. Bible Study; 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Worship Service; 6-7 p.m., Bible Study. Wednesday, 7-8 p.m., Bible Study. Our Savior Lutheran Pastor David OIson. 283-4748. Church & High Sts., P.O. Box 1396, Quincy, 95971. Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m. 74 Reese St., Quincy, 95971. 283-1160. 3014. Fourth Thursdays. Christ the King Friday, Nov. 23 Episcopal Church N/VAA gathedng, 567 Lawrence, 545 Lawrence St., Quincy. Apt. 6 (between Morning Thunder 283-0254. and 76 station, beck apartment), 7 Sunday: Worship 10:00 a.m., days a week, 6.9 a.m. Christrian Education 9:00 a.m. FNL, (Fdday Night Live) Every Friday, 3:30 p.m. at Quincy High School, ninth grade and older. everyone welcome. NA, 7 p.m., at the First Baptist Church, 74 Reese, East Quincy. Meadow Valley Community Church Pastors Terry Adkins and Curt Beeson. 283-4259. Box 60, Meadow Valley, 95956. Sunday ser- vices 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday, Awana 6 p.m.; Thursday High School youth group, 7 p.m. Church office 3,53 Jackson St, Ste. 100, Quincy. FAX: 283-3860. E- ra a i I : meadowvailey@accessbee.com Church at Quincy 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. St. John's Catholic Father Andrew A. Koziczuk. 176 Lawrence St., 283-0890, P.O. Box 510, Quincy, 95971. Christ The Redeemer of Indian Valley Episcopal Church (EMC) Bnan Foos, minister, 284-6317 Meet at First Lutheran, 120 Bush St., Greenville. Holy Communion, Sundays, 9:15 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 22 Jennifer Taborski, Chdsta Marshall, Amy Daugherty, Sheila Nelson, Carla Crawford. Friday, Dec. 23 Perry Lancaster, Kenny Mitchell, She Short. Saturday, Dec. 24 Dale Mannies, Albert Ashley, Donna Meyers, Randy Schullz, Chris Daun, Elliot Johnson-Smart. Sunday, Rebekah 8eatley, Brltthey Nieman, Dale Lyman, Thee Hovland. Monday, Dec. 26 Jeannie Canwell, Andrea Nelson, Kaisten Schmidt, Sally Jones, Terry Feay. Tuesday, Dec. 27 Duff DuPont, Jeanne Dykes, Melissa Shelton, Milton K. Beer, Rusty Hays, Sharon Gruebel. Wednesday, Dec. 28 J.B. Hills, Susan Gerdl, Diane Slier, Chad Alexander, Diane Vaglivielo, Sherrie Balkovek, Randy Seight. AA, 8 p.m., United Methodist Church, Jackson St., Quincy. AARP, Mountain View Manor, 6:00 p.m., potluck; 7:30 p.m., meeting and entertainment; Mountain View Manor clubhouse, fourth Fridays. Senior Outreach, Veterans Hall, 274 Lawrence St., 283-0643. Meets last Fridays, 10 a.m.-noon. On alter- hating months meets on 2nd Fridays at Library, 445 Jackson, 1-4 p.m. Call 283-0780. Age 60 and up, or their spouses, free legal assistance. f aturday, Nov. 24 NA/AA gathenng, 567 Lawrence, Apt. 6 (between Morning Thunder and 76 station, back apartment), 7 days a week, 8-9 a.m. Seventh Day Adventist, Bible Study, 9:30 a.m.; Worship service, ! 1 a m,, Eelt wsh Ha L 2; 3 Pme St., Quincy. 283-3092. NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, Reese St., Quincy. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8p.m. Methodist Church, Jacksten St., upstairs in back, Quincy. Bible Study Fifllowsltip,- ,0 a.m. Mountain View Manor community room. 283-1558. Sierra Shdna No. 44, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Fourth Saturdays. StaNley, NOv. 2S NA/AA gathering, 567 Lawrence, Apt. 6 (betwee Morning Thunder and 76 station, back apartment), 7 days a week, 8.9 a.m. NA, 7 p.m., book study, First Baptist Church, 74 Reese, East Quincy. Trap Shoot, sponsored by Quincy Sport Shooting Assoc., Gopher Hill site, 1 p.m. For more information call 283-1145. Every other Sunday. MemMy, NOv. 28 NA/AA gathering, 567 Lawrence, Friday, Nov. 23 Cheryl and Tony DeMartini. Saturday, Nov. 24 Kada and Jim Bumworth, Helen and Mike Hall. Sunday, Nov. 25 Mreanna and Robert Tarwater, Bill and Kathy Peters. Monday, Nov. 26 Tom and Sheila Hoed. Nov. 27 Phil and Joyce Fullerton, John and Pauline K]mmel, Ralph and Joyce Bozeman, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kames. Apt. 6 (between Morning Thunder Plumas and 76 station, back apartment), 7 Directors, 4 p.m., days a week, 8-9 a.m. Tuesday. Plumes Family Development Alcohol and Drug workshops, Mondays, 581 W. Main Board. Fourth St., Quincy, 6-7:30 p.m. month at Plumas Rotary Club, Mineral Building, fair- Office conference grounds, noon. noon to 2. Bring NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, information call Reese St., Quincy. Courthouse bulletin AA, Graeagle Community Hall changes.) (upstairs), 8 p.m. ' Health Clinic Ptumas County Wednesday, NOv.', Health Department, Courthouse NA/AA gathering, Annex. For more information, 283- Apt. 6 (between 6330. 8a.m..noon; 1-4:30 p.m. and 76 station, back Weight Watchers. Weekly meeting, days a week, 6.9 a.m. Quincy Methodist Church, base- Genealogy Library, 10 merit of Fellowship Hall. Weigh-in at and 7-9 p.m. 5 p.m., meeting at 5:30 p.m. the public, Church Toastmasters International, Latter Day American Valley Toastmasters, Quincy. 6:30-7:30 p.m., 159 Lawrence St., TOPS (Take Off Peun " Quincy, in the Plumas National 5:30 - 6p.m. Forest's conference room (use side District Hospital Clinic entrance). For information, 283- View Dr., Quincy. 352 . Second and fourth Mondays. Senior Bowling and women's. La TueGd t, Nov. :27 Quincy. Wednesday and NNAA gathering, 567 Lawrence, Health Clinic, Apt. 6 (betwee Morning Thunder Health Department, and 76 station, back apartment), 7 Annex. For more days a week, 8-9 Lm. 6330. 9-11:30 a.m.; Soroptimist Intemational of Library preschool Quincy, Methodist Church, noon. AWANA program for kids, 3 yrs to 6th grade. Every Tuesday 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Meadow Valley Church. 283-4237 for info. Alooholica Anonymous, Book Study, 7 p.m., upstairs at the United Methodist Church, Jackson Street, Quincy. Board of Supendsom, 10 a.m., Courthouse, Quincy. First four Tuesdays of month. PRS-WIC, Supplemental foods and nutrition education for children under 5 years and pregnant/nursing women. Every Tuesday, 10 a.m. 248 Main St., Quincy. 283-4093 or 1- 800-WLC-4093. Women Helping Women. Quincy support group. Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m., PRS offices, 248 Main St., for more information call 283-5675. Boy Scouts Troop No.151, 6:30.8 p.m., QES, scoutmaster, Martin Byme, 283.5259 (H); 283-6492 ON). League of Women Voters. Business meeting, 6 p.m., program at 7 p.m. For location, more informa- tion, contact Clare Churchill, 283- 1271, or Lee Anne Schramel-Taylor, 284-6196. Fourth Tuesdays. 10:30-11 a.m., for 3- Wednesdays. Bible study, teen, choir, Graeagle 7 p.m. Bible study, at Margaret Munoz' house, Sponsored by Christ Episcopal Church. Wednesdays. d i Bible study, Church Quincy, 7 p.m. AA, 7 p.m., upstai Church, Jackson Elks meeting, new Hwy. 70, E. p.m.; dinner 7 second and Mental Health -2 p.m., Quincy Wednesdays (Ch.eck bulletin Multiple Sclerosis Group, last month, meeting at rant, 11 a.m.-12:30 mation, call Donna Great Northern Hair Co. 458 Main St. Quincy 283-3302 283-3760 283-5417 Pi.mus Mo,rm SOPPl.T 283-2350 Domestic- Import Auto -Truck Mon.-Sat 8am-Spin "If You Need it... We'll Rt~l ltl" Ed Camrnack, owner RadioShack. 283-1362 85 West Main, Quincy Woodhaven Residential Care Home For The Elderly Providing a secure, carefree residcnc= for ssniors who can no longer safely live at home.. 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