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un County News Wednesday, t,~o~. 2& 2~:3 : $~A I I I I I I I Greenville, but each had its all sites considered." own problems, ranging from Board chairman Don Clark new ani- sewer to water issues, which said that it was time for the lalmostas prevented them from beingsupervisors to make a deci- rProPOsed locations as a ideal building locations,sion, if the county was going , With the Greenville sitesto keep to its time frame of ;CUrrent front-runner is eliminated, Hunter consid- breaking ground in the Mill Creek Road in ered Quincy options with spring, near the Sierra Pacif- members of the county's ani- Meacher said that he would mill. mal shelter committee. Hesupport the decision, but that location was selected said it was the unanimous de- he was disappointed with it. ,Is to finalize a cision of those members to "Short of enacting eminent for a Greenville pursue the North Mill Creek domain, I don't know what continued to be an Road location, we can do." :Saga," according to Clark said he was likewise Director Tom The 3 acre parcel provides adequate room, access to wa- disappointed because he site was se- ter and sewer, and a location liked the idea of providing of its highway that is distant from homes, county services in the outly- and the ease and The only drawback, Huntering communities when possi- ble. of developing the said, was that it didn't front a But, when the de- state highway. Though the supervisors ap- Who owned the prop- "Otherwise the site has all proved the Quincy location, if so did the of the advantages," he said. the Greenville site becomes s hopes of building "The Quincy site has devel- available before escrow clos- on the property, oped into being the cheapest es on the North Mill Creek investigated alternative, considering all of site, they will revert to that more sites in the utility and land costs for location. Pearson do- his communi- funds to pay for re- the clubhouse at the Plumas County Se- IEE SALES You may not )vur but:mu stY/medprotembn See me for details on State Farm's extensive coverage at an affordable price. Richard K. Stockton, CLU Agent Uc. #OB68653 65 West Main Street, Quincy (530) 283-0565 State Farm General Insurance Company Home Office: Bloomington. lllinois,- Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.+ By Debra Coates record, improving the shel- the animal shelter did Managing Editor ter's spay and neuter pro- welcome volunteer help, A by High Sierra Ani- gram, inoculations and the young elementary school stu- mal Rescue (HSAR) to moveusef volunteers, dent, Ashley Irving, who the county's animal shelter "I've tried to resolve mypresent in the audience, said, "l from the jurisdiction of the concerns and problems with am a volunteer at the aui- sheriff's department to the the sherifffs department with real shelter and [ get to take health department has been no success," Rodrigues said. animals home." scrapped by the supervisors. Don Clark, chairman of the Clark said that the board Instead, the county's ad- board of supervisors, allowed could spend the next ministrative officer, Bob Co- both SheriffLen Gardner and hours listening to charges be nen, will work with HSAR Sgt. Tom Mareina to respond, slung back and forth. and the sheriWs department "This is an example of to improve the working rela- Both contended that they things that I don't want to tionship between the two en- were willing to work withcome into the board room tries. HSAR while maintaining the he said. During the supervisors' law. Mareina said that Ro- Nov. 20 meeting, Doug Ro- drigues misrepresented some Rodrigues will meet with drigues, HSAR director, enu- of the facts, the sheriff's department' representatives and Cohen 1,) merated several reasons why "We're not in the business discuss the problems and (_'.o he believed the animal shel- of putting animals to sleep," nen will report back to tb.,e ter should be removed from Mareina said."We do support board either Dec. 18 or the, the sheriffs control. He was and have worked toward nofirst meeting in January with chiefly concerned with main- kill." a report. taining the county's no-kill As for the suggestion that Paid political advertisement All-You-Can-Eat to elect Treasurer/Tax Collector of Plumas County Friday, November 30, 2001 5-8 pm St. John's Catholic Church Meeting Hall 176 Lawrence St., Quincy donation Under 12- $5 Live Music Dinner includes" spaghetti, salad, garlic bread and beverage. Desserts sold separately. 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