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County News we y, Dec, 19, 2001 7A Bishop will serve a e year as of the Plumas Uni. District Board of and Jonathan Kusel succeed her. Kusel board clerk, the of the board's vice who repre- e Portola trustee area, i year's clerk, and in Dur- held at the of the school Dec. II meeting, Christenson nom- for president. Price nominated term. that having two was a bit unusu- Dennis call- vote. Christenson Marshall, but Kusel voted for Bishop, as did herself. Marshall from the meeting family health emer- election, nominated Kusel board clerk. He elected. then approved meeting schedule for board meetings the county;, for better public a chance to visit in the dis. adjacent schedule Board Education Plumas County Schools ,. and Governing Board Plumas Unified School District 50 Church Street, Quincy, CA 95971 PH': (530) 283-6500 SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS 2002 JANUARY 8 Quincy, District Office Board Room FEBRUARY 12 Portola High School Library MARCH 12 Greenville Elementary School Cafeteria APRIL 9 Chester High School Library MAY 14 Quincy, District Office Board Room JUNE 18 C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School JULY 9 Greenville Elementary School Cafeteria AUGUST 13 Chester High School Library SEPTEMBER 10 Quincy, District Office Board Room OCTOBER 8 Portola High School Library NOVEMBER 12 Greenville Elementary School Cafeteria DECEMBER 10 Chester High School Library Regular meetings are scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month, and rotate through the four communities. District Governing Board meetings are scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m., and County Board of Education meetings will begin when first meeting is adjoumed. will By IkCWa Coates relicensing of Lake Orovtlle Managing Editor and the Poe hydro facility. Seventeen counties and on- Curtis reminded the board ly four biologists--that's the and audience members that dilemma the California De- Lake Davis has four fttLl-tlme partment of Fish and Game DFG staffers and 10 tempo- faces, raw personnel to deal with To serve Plumas County, the pike situation. And, he the DFG is proposing sharing said, that number could in- one biologist between Plumas crease significantly ff new ac- and Butte counties, with the tion is taken at the lake. individual to reside in Chico. Paul Guido, representing That announcement the Lake Almanor Fishing brought an outcry from the Association, said that his or- Plumas County Board of Su- gantzation needed help with pervisors, its Fish and Game 50,000 fish it now has in advisory committee, and var- cages. Curtis assured him ious county fishing organiza- that someone, even ff it isn't tlons. They believe that, with the new biologist, will be sent the number of lakes and to help. streams in the county, and John Wtlliamson, repre- the complex issues in- sentingTroutUnllmite said volved--such as pike in Lake that fishing has declined in Davis and the relicensing of Plumas County, and he be- Lake Almanor--that a full- lieves that a biologist is need- time biologist is needed, or, ed to help revive it. at least one who resides in Kathy Price, a candidate the county and then shares for District 5 supervisor, told his time with a neighboring Curtis that his department area. should take advantage of Banky Curtis, representing technology for training, the DFG, attended the board rather than requiring every- of supervisors' Dec. 11 meet- one to travel to Sacramento. ing to discuss the issue. She also suggested that the Explaining the depart- supervisors request more ment's f'mancial constraints, funding from the state legis- Curtis said that he would lature to pay for additional "try to split the position as biologists. equally as possible." As the meeting ended, He said that Chico was se- Board Chairman Don Clark lected as home base, because told Curtis that "Plumas of its proximity to training in County may be small in popu- Sacramento, and because iation, but large in demands Butte County had not had a of your, service." resident biologist for three to Curtis said that he would four years, take all of the comments into Curtis also said that Butte consideration as he prepared County had its own compli- to hire and locate a new biol- cared workload, such as the ogist. # I for uncle, .... * Delicious Lollipops * Dutch Mints * Gold Coins * Jelly Bellies * Malt Balls Us.gAImond Bark tReindeer Corn * Huddles * Ribbon Candy '* ..... .... :-C-AR CANDY CO. i: 347 Main St., Quincy 283-4735 531 Main, Quincy We will be closed Christmas Eve at 2.'00pm 283-2266 * FAX: Products * jewelry Clothing "* Accessories ,!. 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