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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008 9A Joshua Sebold works. Staff Writer Bastian told the board it should be patient in going out for bids on the Lee Road inter- East Quincy Service Dis- tie project, as it might be pos- trict's engineer Dan Bastian sible to get some of that stimu- informed the board at a meet- lus money., ing Tuesday, Dec. 9, that ru- "If it included the county, mors about a stimulus pack- for example, I don't see why, age from the federal govern- there would be no reason why ment were starting to heat up. we couldn't piggy back on He told board members the something with the county. package could include stipula- Why wouldn't the county tions for counties to receive want to suppokt East Quincy some of the funds for public Service District in a project, wal in area Diana Jorgenson Their big dog took off at a Portola Editor run and the couple looked up djorgenson@plumasnews.corn to see four coyotes up on a hill. Two other coyotes, for a Two recent confrontations total of six, had circled their between dogs and coyotesdog and were coming up be- have Graeagle residents exer- hind the dog. cising more caution during The coyotes were about 75 dog walks these days. yards away. Over Thanksgiving week- Harper made himself as end, guests at River Pines Re- large and loud as he could and sort called the sheriff and re- ran them off. He speculated ported coyotes killed their dog. that perhaps they inter- Leslie Ross, owner of River rupted a fresh deer kill, cans- Pines, said there were three ing the two coyotes to be more dogs between two families aggressive than usual. and all three ran free for a Flocks of geese occupying portion of that evening. Two the golf course are also tar- of the dogs came back to the gets for coyotes and bobcats, cottage and one did not. which monitor the flocks' When searching for the dogmovements. in the dark, they were metHaid says they have with three pairs of yellowchanged their dog-walking eyes, which caused them toroutines since this incident. vacate quickly. The dog was They now avoid the high road, already dead. which is deeper into the forest, Ross reported the two fami- and they avoid early morning lies were guests who have and dusk as walking times. been coming to these moun-"I encourage members of the tains for many years and who community to be aware and should have known better, al " " " ert at all tnnes, Hald said. The coyotes inhabit the meadow next to the reort, she said, and can be heard Holiday barking and yipping every night. They are no secret to locals or guests, hours A wildlife specialist who later called Ross at the behest of the sheriWs office, toldher at UPS when the dog went under the fence and ded their te rh - tory, the d : otes simply acteff . !, UPS has announced spe- according to instinct and cial holiday hours for the could not be faulted, customer counter. Through Ross admonished members Wednesday, Dec. 24, the of the community to use com- hours are 8 a.m. to noon, mon sense when their ani- mals were out of doors and to use leashes to keep pets under control. In a later incident only a week ago, Marian Haid and her husband, Jim Harper, were out walking their two dogs between 8:30 and 9 a.m. on the Graeagle Meadows Golf Course, now that the course is closed for the sea- son. They exited the course on an access road at the backside of the golf course through a forested section. Monday-Friday. UPS is at 233 Danny Court, off North Mill Creek Road in Quincy. For more information call 283-4269. PUBLIC NOTICES Estate of Fletcher NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE of DAVID DEAN FLETCHER, Decedent Case Number PR 08-00102 To all heirs, beneficiaries, croditors, contin- gent creditors, and persons who may other- wise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of: DAVID DEAN FLETCHER A PETITION FOR PROBATE has been filed by: JEFF CUNAN in the Superior Court of Califomia, County of Plumas. i DISTRICT HOSPITAL ~ THE PETITION requests authority to admin- ,%~, ~ ister the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take Ii ~lm ~lll~ldl~ ,m many actions without obtaining court W approval. Before taking certain very important i COI~~II~I~IO i actins' hwever' the persnal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The inde- ~ pendent administration authority will be grant- "~ ~llll~ ~ ed unless an interested person files an objec. tion to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. -- Helen's Place k A HEARING on the petition will be held on: Nancy Dernbosz I January 12, 2009, at 9:00 a.m., at the Carolyn's Wild Rowers ~l Superior Court of California, Room 104, Dept. 1, County of Plumes, Courthouse, 520 Main Champions Pizza~ Street, Quincy, CA 95971. ~' Gray's Rower Garden pr IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the peti- Jl~ tion, you should appear at the hearing and Carey Candy Co. state your objections or file written objections k Plumas Bank ![ with the court before the hearing, Your appearance may be in person or by your Alley Cat ~ attorney. Pangaea ~ IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent Ayoob's by TWO Sisters ~11 creditor of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the Cafe Mohawk personal representative appointed by the Quincy Hot Spot ~b~ court within four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in Probate ~. Bank of America ~ Code section 9100. The time for filing claims @ Eagle's Nest j will not expire before four months from the date of the hearing date noticed above. Pizza Factory ~F YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the My Sister's Closet ~ court. If you are a person interested in the for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing Caley Electric '~ estate, you may file with~the court a Request UtUe People/Toy Store of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets Great Northern Hair Co. W or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for 7 Bea Construction r Special Notice form is available from the court Flanigan & Leavitt Insurance clerk. Signed: Attorney for Petitioner. Jeff Cunan Dave's Window & Carpet Cleaning Filed December 5, 2008 Feather Publishing Co., Inc. ~ ByDebraB. Hamilton,Nrrie' ClerkDeputy.Of the Court ~ ~ ~ Publish: FRB Dec. 10, 17, 24, 2008 that fits neatly within the treatment facility, station was going to be re- board earlier in the night, ex- package requirements, that's Bastian said it appeared the moved and replaced, plained that Bill Peay, elected for the public good?" package would focus on pro- She suspected mistakes by to vice president, worked for He went on to explain that jects that could get people the previous testing group led him at Sierra Pacific Indus- at the current rate, the board working within 180 days of the to the problem and assuredtries. would be ready to award amoney being made available, the board the district was now Henrici said there wasn't a contract right around the time because the point of the stimu- using Quincy Community Ser- problem with both being offi- this stimulus package would lus was to get the economy go- vices District's lab for testing, cers, but it might be an issue start paying out money, some- ing in the.short term. The manager said this was to have them on the same time in February. He also said the intertie pro- apparently a more common board. He suggested the board keep ject still includes Bresciani experience than she thought. The district's attorney, this in mind and make sure to Circle, but that doesn't mean "The state person didn't Robert Zernich, asked if Hugh- take any news about the pack- it has to be part of the final, quite understand why I was so es had a direct or indirect su- age into account in deciding to upset about it; he goes 'People pervisor role over Peay. slow or speed the process. Sampling station update do this all the time.' I said" "Yeah, I'm his supervisor," Bastian also said the project The board moved on to the we've never done this so I am Hughes replied. couldn't begin construction topic of a sampling station not happy." "I wasn't aware of that until until spring, because of the that Manager Mary Henrici She explained there was nojust now. I will have to call weather. It wouldn't matter if said tested positive for col- fine for the failed test because and find out," Henrici re- it slowed the process down for iform at the last board meet- she informed her customers, sponded. a month, because it will be ing. local news and state authori- "I better think about that ready for construction byShe explained it was not be- ties of the failed test. one," Zernich added. then. ing used and hadn't been con- Bill Peay has been a board Board member Howard nected to the water system, Legalquestion member since July 1986, while Hughes asked if this package meaning there was no chance At the end of the meeting,Hughes is the most recent ad- would likely include money of contamination. Howard Hughes, who was dition, joining in January that could be used on a new Henrici told the board theelected to president of the 2007. \ / \ God cared enough to send the very best... Ij . Jesus! - ,, " ]Joinus tO celebrate! I Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 7pm I C istmas Morning Service lOam I OURSAViORLUTHERAN CHURCH [ Church & High Streets, Quincy I 283-2546 Christmas Eve Masses: 5:30pm & 12 Midnight Christmas Day Mass: 9am ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 176 Lawrence St., Quincy Call 283-0890 for more information Christmas Eve, Dec: 24th Candlelight Service ~ 7pm WORSHIP SERVICES Every Sunday 10am 282 Jackson St., Box 766 Quincy 283-1740 Baptist Chu . i 74 Reese Street, East Quincy 283-1160 [ ~__.. ~.~/~.~---~ Sunday, Dec. 21 at 10am I . . ]Christmas Eve Candlehght Service Wednesday, Dec. 24 at6pm Hot cider & dessert following Wednesday evening service F rst St., Quincy 283-0345 317 i , [hristian [fie Fello~hip