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River Bulletin County F b Feather River College mascot passes out caps and T-shirts after the board of trustees football program. News :~? ! 17! Photo by Dave Keller gives its go-ahead to a Keller want to play football, the pro- bring in "a disciplined coach" The stadium contains 1,000 gram is expected to heighten who will attract good players seats and contains a press fall 2002 football pro- the college's profile and at- who are interested in being box--features lacking at expected to bolster the tract non-athletes, good students as well as foot- many schools at the junior of full-time students According to Paul Thein, ball players, college level. River College, was dean of student services and The coaching position, andIn addition to drawing y approved by the chief advocate of the foot- its accompanying salary, has players from Nevada--an ap- board of trustees ball program, more than two been approved by the faculty, proach that has drawn many dozen students in Nevada Last month, some of the quality student-athletes for the proposal has have already said they would teaching staff asked the the baseball, softball and bas- resistance from the attend FRC if it has a football trustees to postpone the start ketball programs--the new staff, since it was team. of the program until 2003.program is expected to draw proposed nearly three Thein told the trustees, The team willplay its homeplayers from Northern Cali- ago, the trustees werewhose support of the pro- games at the college's newfornia. by the plan's poten- gram has been evident since stadium, which was finished November, that he wants a earlier this year by a host of addition to bringing in first-rate program, community members, who than 50 students who For starters, he said he will donated labor and money. asks PUSD to ing enrollment," Scheer said. cerns. If the school board had ad- School board president Bet- hered to the government code ty Bishop said that the school cited by Scheer, then he be- district was complying with lieves the fees should be paid the law by providing the 90- back retroactively to June of day window. "Anyone could 1999. have protested from the day Scheer said he would be they paid the fee," she said. willing to compromise and Scheer suggested that the settle for the retroactive sta- school board send a regis- tus to start 90 days prior to tered letter to anyone entitled February of 2001--the date to the fee refund. His request when he first addressed the received no response. school board about his con- Country Burger Coates Editor lincy resident Jack . er believes that the Unified School Dis- needs to refund develop- paid since 1999--an es- $1.5 million, accord- the school district. request came dur- board's Dec. 11 ting in Chester. Scheer that the 90-day retroac- hich the school rov'ed during its meeting, wasn't enough. said that the board required to conduct a to justify collecting de- fees every five years. last study, prior to the Completed this Novem- in 1994. a study had been com- 1999, as the most re- study completed, it have shown a declin- 7 days a week in Greenville! Truck Hydraulic Hoses Welding Supplies Small Engine Repair Turn Rotors & Drums Auto Paint & Supplies Sat. & Sun. 9-3 Greenville 284-6226 Deep Fded Chicken Breaded Sandwich on a sour dough roll with mayo, lettuce & tomato. Your choice of soup or small fries & medium drink. Frank ~,~ah, Re, red LAPO Detec0ves (25 years) "INQUIRE & Mare, O Se~n9 No*'m Eastern C4.k)m~ c m/nal - - c/vu - - Susmess CCr~r~ Oe~nse ~r~p~cy woexem ~ c,e,~ ~su~y m~muon Perm~ ~i.ry Ptmo and Video Su~ Bu~ a Cred# Busimm Himofy Intmmvs & Statue.s ea,~Oroun~ Proem Sen,~ AsNt & Pmpe~ See~h~ D~vo~* & Chid Custody D*roge*ory Pu~c F'~ 6usk~ss Ucen~ Ct~cked Expe~ Wm (taw INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" CaMomia State Ucenm~ P.1.14814 PUBUC HEARING Administrator will hold a public the following matter on Wednes- re, 2002, in the Boal'd of Super- Courthouse, Quincy, Califor- 252-1562 Use Permit: Plumas Drug Court Public ~irDepartment has received an t~ ~stablish a drug treatment pro- ~si~ '~g of counseling, vocational ~r~ testing, and medical and nutri- Co , This project is located at 446 Quincy, APN 11506203, ~1 is not subject to CEQA require- rM~ ,r Section 15061(b)(3) of the County Environmental Review information on the above hearing :James Graham, Plumas County [ rner, (53o) 283 2m, ~et, Room 121, Quincy 95971. ~tenge the above project in court, be limited Io raising only these is- = or someone else raised at the pub- I described in this notice, or in writ- ondenoe delivered Io the Zoning ~tor at, or ~or to, the pubic hear- further given that said hearing is :1 in accordance with Government li~-~ 65355 and 65856. ~ments should be mailed to the ,dministrator, 520 Main Street, Quincy, Calitomia 95971. FRB Susanw.e Lake Almano Pasta;, rice, carrot.'; and other water absorbing items when cooked are very pos- sible to dog your drain when put down your dis- posal. Costing you money. Avoid putting these items down the drain at all times. It could save you money. Brought to you by.. Pluml~~ & Met~ Co. Inc. 283-1605 Look fi~r a new no/ice next week/ Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2001 3A Judith Wells, Plumas Coun-dates, places and times have ty Clerk-Recorder, has sched- been scheduled: uled voter outreach programs Jan. 4, from 10 a.m. to noon to give Plumas County voters in the supervisors' boardroom an opportunity to use the new on the third floor of the court- "AccuVote Touchscreen" rot- house, 520 Main, Quincy. ing system purchased from Jan. 10, from 10 a.m. to Diebold/Global Election Sys- noon at B.J. Pearson Realty, tems. A "mock" election will 760 East Sierra Ave., Portola. be programmed, and voters Jan. 10, from 1:30 to 3:30 will be able to vote Elec- p.m. at the Graeagle Fire Hall, tion staff will be present to Highway89, Graeagle. provide instructions on the Jan. 14, from 10 a.m. to use of the new election equip- noon, at the Greenville Town ment and to answer any ques- Hall, 120 Bidwell St., tions the voters may have. Greenville. All residents are encour- Jan. 14, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at aged to take advantage of this the Chester Memorial Hall, opportunity. The following 174 Stone Ave., Chester. Drs. Gilman and Gilman perform primary eyecare including vision and eye examinations, glasses, contact lenses, vision therapy, low vi- sion care and treatment of eye disease. In addi- tion, an eye surgeon is on staff for cataract and other eye surgeries. Plumas County residents can have complete eye and vision care locally. Please call Drs. Gilman and Gilman for an ap- pointment, 283-2206 ,-, DRS. GILMAN (~-'~ GILMAN 68 Central Ave. * Quincy 283-2206 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, for- eign body removal, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses darge selection of inexpensive to designer eye wear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. m Every Saturday & Sunday 7 am-4pm (Holidays Excluded) at the on Bell Lane mmm WE CAN ALSO TAKE: Grass Clippings Leaves Pine Needles Pruned Limbs All Brushy-Type Materials, Scrap Wood & Lumber " (nails & screws must be removed; no painted wood, no stands, no tinsel, 4 inch length) WE CANNOT TAKE ANY: I Household trash, dirt or rocks. Itl .... .'* ANY loads that have unacceptable -- FAIRGROUND8 (Sponsored by Sierra Pacific in cooperation with Feather River Disposal)