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River Bullet.in County News Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2001 9A merlcan Metcaff perwork leading to the desig- Fire Protection, and the Call- nation, fornia Forestry and Fire Pro- step toward putting With the board's approval,tection board not to take ac- County on the nation- Plumas now joins Lassen, tion in designating the Feder- came when members Tehema, Shasta and Siskiyou al Highway Administration of supervisors counties, national Scenic Byways and to seek a coveted All All American Roads, as spe- LS. IN ,uf ion cial treatment areas. with representa- In gathering supervisors' of Ore-Cal Resource Con- support for the go-ahead to B=mkgrou l and Development prepare documentation, VanAt a public meeting to dis- Dec. 18, supervisors Curra said there are two types cuss the proposal held in of a plan that could of byway statuses--scenic by- Chester in October to meet the 16th All American ways and AllAmerican. nomination preparation re- in the nation. The Lake There are many highways quirements, Supervisor Bill Basin, and subse- that have gained the scenic Dennison spoke out in sup-Re$oluUon the rest of Plumas byway status--the route along port of the proposal. In accepting the resolution, couldbe apart of that Highway 70 through the In a newsletter, Dennison the five California counties Feather River Canyon is just wrote, "There should be nowill be linked from the Call- the board of su- one of those. But, throughout problem as long as CDF (Call- fornia and Oregon border to ors, Ore-Cal representa- the United States, there are fornia Department of Forestry Lassen Volcanic National Iim Van Curra explained only 15 designated All Ameri- |Plumas would be corn- can Roads. Two of those hap- a plan that links desig- pen to be at Yosemite and Big Scenic Byways from Sur. g on and along a volcanic Van Curra said there are no ending with Lassen federal regulations that come anic National Park and along with the All American 15 Way 36. Road designation. Jur of the five counties Members are asking howev- % volcanoes had already er, that the California Re- " ved the process, allow- sources Agency, California Curra to begin the pa- Department of Forestry and --L succeeds, Denreison said, it would make grant funding available for bicycle and hik- ing trails, interpretation cen- ters and other needs. "This is an opportunity for us to maintain and enhance the Lake Almanor Basin's market share of tourism at a time when there are many un- knowns about where people will travel during the post 9/11 days," Dennison said in the December newsletter. and Fire Protection) agrees Park, including: that they will not consider .Hill Road from the Lava Beds this a special use corridor." National Monument to High- Dennison added the Vol- way 161; canic Legacy "will be a .East-West Road from High- tremendous boost for tourism way 139 to Hill Road west of to our area through national Tulelake; advertisement, including fed- .Highway 161 from Hill Road eral and state maps. It will be to Highway 97 near Dorris; shown as the Lassen Volcanic .Highway 97 from the Califor- All American Road." nia/Oregon border to High- If the designation processway 5 at Weed; ]IP:IP]P] All Transfer Sites & Recycling Centers Tuesday, January 1, 2002 pick up Tuesday's & Wednesday's pickup on Wednesday, Jan. 2nd • Highway 5 from Highway 97 to Highway 89 near Mt. Shas- ta; • Highway 89 from its junction with Highway 5 to its conflu- ence with Highway 44; • Highway 44/89 from Old Sta- tion to the north entrance of Lassen Volcanic National Park; • Highway 89 from the north entrance of Lassen Volcanic National Park to its conflu- ence with Highway 36; • Highway 36/89 to a point west of Chester to where Highway 89 and Highway 36 diverge; • Highway 36 from Highway 89/36 to Highway 147 near Westwood; • Highway 89 from Highway 89/36 west of Chester to High- way 147 near Canyondam; • Highway 36 from Highway 147 near Chester to Highway 44 west of Susanville; and • Highway 44 from Highway 36 near Susanville to its conflu- ence with Highway 44/89 near Old Station. The resolution points out that these areas show similar- ities in resource development including agriculture and forestry. Because of this "Harvesting and management of timber and agricultural resources is an integral part of the history and culture since 1890 in this region, these cultural and his- toric land uses represent a significant opportunity to showcase best management practices that contribute to the colorful history of the routes." According to the agenda, the major uses of the land along this route are labeled timber production zones and are committed to growing and harvesting timber. Taxes col- lected from the harvest go to the county of origin. The routes are currently part of the national forest scenic byways system and do not run along private lands. These areas, if listed as Spe- cial Treatment Areas by Call. fornia departments, would jeopardize them. 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