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Bulletin From Page One Wednesday, Dec, 19, 2001 11A lib from page IOA and income tax con- he will bring "good common sense and an emphasis on eco- diversiW and develop- to the board of supervi- need to concentrate on of our existing base as well as in- recreation and said Barnard, asso- executive of the Association of Real- iSince 1989. federal decisions ng our timber in- and our communities. to provide continu. Support promoting the Wc, m page IA Robert Meach- the first to react. "I have to take issue education on fuels he said. Meacher | he wouldn't be against designations, if multiple use" was ira- on the rest of the ervisor Bill Dennison next. "Mr. Labb6 has here about a year. He understand the He wasn't involved QLG. I move that we out full fledge against his remarks, Labb6 had about conservative and American values. Supervisor B.J. said, "It's great that can listen to something this so politely." )ervisor Ken Nelson that very few people multiple uses of this vital re- derful, friendly people. Over live." conflicts ofinterest. Rural Services Board, Par- source." the years I have enjoyed Olsen says, as a county su- Olsen says, "My interests ent-Teacher Organization Barnard, a graduate of thespeaking to many of Plum spervisor from 1975 to 1978, he and concern is to keep and Quincy Booster Club. University of Nebraska, County's residents." . started senior nutrition sites, Plumas County the best place "I believe my education served for three years as an McElwain says she has relocated Qt{incy Junctionto live, for ourselves, our and experiences have pre- officer in the U.S. Marine"been involved in" the build- Road around Quincy High children and our grandchil- pared me to serve as supervi- Corps. ing industry for 40 years and School's athletic fields anal in- dren." sor," Price says. "I am knowl- The candidate believes that in the resale of wood pellet stalled storm drains to stop Price, 54, has served as aedgeable in public health, so- many difficult decisions"con- fuel "as well as many other the flooding of homes ih East Plumas Unified School Dis-cial services, mental health cerningour way of life" await items." Quincy. trict trustee for 12 years, four and drug and alcohol pro- the supervisors during theThe candidate says she hasOlsen says his other featsof which were in the role of grams in Plumas County." next few years. "owned and operated the as supervisor included the in- president. Price, who lived in Plumas "Interaction with county dealership" of the Reno troduction of employee bene- "I have represented the Mo- County since moving here departments, the state of Cal- Gazette-Journal in this area fits, longevity pay, unused hawk Valley-Graeagle-East with her husband in 1975, al- ifornia laws and federal laws for the past 21 years, sick leave payment and float- Quincy area for 12 years as a so says she will "strive for ef- are most important," he says. "I know what it takes for a ing holidays as well as corn- school board member," the ficiency, accountability and "I willprovide theleadership business to succeed," McEl- plete physical xams for family nurse practitioner economy in overseeing coun- needed in the coming years." wain says. "It takes a lot of sheriffs department employ- says. "I know that each corn- ty services." Connolly has not submittedhard work and common ees. munity has its own identity She also says she recog- a statement of qualifications, sense." While he says he proposed and concerns, and I have the nizes "the need to implement McElwain, 57, has lived inShe says she also realizesand supported opening board time, energy and interest to the Quincy Library Group Plumas County for 27 years. "how important the loggingmeetings with a prayer, hebe accessible to all con- plan and develop industries "I love it here," she says. "It industry is to our communi- opposed and helped prevent a stituents." that coexist with our beauti- is a beautiful place with great ty." gravel and hot asphalt plant In addition to being the co- ful environment." schools and loaded with won- As a supervisor, she says operation on Sulphur Creekowner and manager of a pri- she would"find a way to revi- in Mohawk Valley. vate business for 18 yearsOther candidates Debated talize our community." Olsen also points to his 12 and a volunteer in communi- District 3 Supervisor "The input from everyoneyears of experience as a ty activities for 27 years, William Dennison, Assessor as to how I could help im-board director and officer for Price says she is a past mere- Charles Leonhardt, Auditor- prove our county would be Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric bet of the Local Agency For- Controller Michael Tedrick welcomed," McElwain says. Cooperative, but says he ruction Committee, advisory and Superintendent of "I would like everyone to would step down if he is board to the Air Quality Man- Schools Dennis Williams are have a say in how they think elected supervisor to avoid agement Committee, Plumas unopposed. the community could benefit and could become an even more wonderful place to can use the wilderness area because of access. Labl drew some support from Michael Jackson, one of the cofounders of the Quincy Library Group. Jackson ex- plained that he had worked for years to get the Bucks Lake Wilderness area estab- lished, but, when he discov- ered that Silver Lake had been included as in the desig- nation as well, he made a trip to Washington D.C., to get it removed. Jackson said that he would like to see more wilderness areas added in the future. And, that hopefully, it could be reached the same way as the QLG worked, "through middle ground." On this day, there was no middle ground and the super- visors voted unanimously to reject the concept of any ad- ditional wilderness being designated in Plumas Coun- ty. "~ ~ ~ , ~-~ ............ Plums County Route 70 - Striping oper- ations are under way from the Butte/Plumas county line to the Greenville "Wye," Dec. 17-21, weather permitting. Moving lane closures with no delays ex- pected. Route 89 - Slide removal and ditch cleaning contin- ues from the 70/89 junction to one mile north of the junction, Dec. 17-21. One- way traffic control 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Up to 10-minute delays expected. Death under investigation page lA higher education or the He also supported the ! feel strongly about the workforce." Quincy Rotary efforts to help Donato was also involved fund a skate park in East of the community he said then. "It pro this year with the Plumas Quincy. b:emendous opportuni- County Board of Supervisors No information avail- ' different types of as they considered a new or- able on services at press to move on to ganizational plan for Plumas time. COrp. God cared enough to send the very best... Join us to celebrate! Christmas Eve candlelight Services +5:30 p.m. at Christ the King Episcopal +7:00 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Christmas Day Communion Services +10:30 a.m. at Our Savior Lutheran OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH Church & High Streets 283-4748 CHRIST THE KING EPISCOPAL CHURCH 545 Lawrence St. 283-0254 hunting makes for pig hunting from spring wild Department of Fish and eating, ff you have nev- turkey hunting. The separa- Game, 601 Locust Street, Red- wild pig from the tion will give turkey hunters ding, CA 96001. west of free range of the entire 44,000 Up to four hunters may ap- here is your chance, acres, rather than only the ply together on one postcard. California Department areas that were outside of the Hunters may apply for only and Game has an- former pig hunting zone. one of the eight weekends by that the hunting The dates for the eight writinga number from one to for 2002 provide for anweekend hunts start Satur-eight on the card. hunt, covering a larg- day and Sunday, Feb. 2-3 and Fish and Game said it will than in the past. run through Saturday and draw and issue 30 free per- wild pig season will beSunday, Mar. 23-24. Applica- mits for each weekend hunt. during eight weekends tions must reach the Depart- There will be no first-come, and March and ment of Fish and Game's Re- first-served hunting for those Cover about two-thirds of gion 1 ofllce in Redding by 5 permit holders who fail to area's 44,000 acres south p.m. on Jan. 11. The license show for a hunt. about dou- drawing is Jan. 14, 2002. The department reported acreage open in past To apply, hunters must the bagging of 19, two and 11 submit a standard U.S. Postal wild pigs, respectively, dur- to the depart- Service postcard with their ing each of the past three the changes are de- names, hunting license num- hunting seasons at the to increase hunting bets a mailing address andTehama Wildlife Area. by separating daytime phone number to: team understands importance of providing a comfortable place for resi- whether they are here for treatment or long-term Call Denise Huggins at 283-2110 SunBridge Care and Rehabilitation for Quincy 50 Central Avenue Quincy 283-2110 Caring for those you care about t this" special time of year the board of trustees, medical staff, employees and administration of EPHC and their families want to express thanks to all who support our hospital and services throughout the year. We thank you and wish you happy holidays and the best for 20021 Eastern Plumas Health Care "People Helping People Acute Care Hospital 24 ttour Emergency and Ambulance Service Skilled Nursing Facility Family Practice Internal Medicine * Pediatrics General Surgery General Dentistry Gastroenterology Orthopaedics Cardiology Prenatal Care Radiology Home Health Care Dietetics Podiatry Diabetic Counseling Home Oxygen Ultrasound , Mammography CAT Scanner Medical Supplies Laboratory Services Hospital 500 First Avenue Portola, California 96122 530-832-4277 Home Health Care 181 E. Sierra, Portola 800-767-8909 Portola Medical Clinic Graeagle Medical Clinic 480 First Avenue : Portola, California 96122 7304132-4211 7597 Highway 89 Graeagle, California 96103 530-836-1122 t EPitC is an equal opportunity provider. Ib