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123 Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020‘ Greg Hagwood graduated from Quincy High School in 1984. Photo courtesy of OHS yearbook Three-year—old Greg Hagwood. Photo submitted Chester resident Fred Biscotti presented a semi-automatic pistol tothe Plumas County Sheriff's Office in 2011. In town as the keynote speaker for the Almanor Tea Party meeting, Sheriff Greg . Hagwood accepted the pistol and said, "This matches exactly the standard issue pistol carried by .all deputies; this pistol can be put into service right away." Hagwood called the donation a very generousgesture. File photo PUBLIC NOTICES: YOUR-RIGHT To KNOW - Statewide public notices from participating California newspapers can be viewed at” www.capublicnotice.com or plumasnews.com FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2019-0000284 (Expires: 12/6/2024) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: AUERHAUS. Business Address: 23 BRIDLE PATH, CLIO, CA 96106, County of Plumas; (530) 836—4678. Mailing Address: GRAEAGLE, CA 96103. DOUGLAS AUER, 23 BRIDLE PATH, CLIO, CA 96106. This business is conducted by: An Individual. The registrant(s) commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on 12/6/2019. ' Signed: /s/ Douglas Auer. This statement was filed in the office of the County Clerk of Plumas County on the date indicated below: Filed: Dec. 6,2019 Kathy Williams, County Clerk By: Kari Capella, Deputy Published: FRB, IVR, PR, CP Dec. 18,24, 31, 2019, Jan. 8, 2020| FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2019-0000264 (Expires: 11/1/2024) The following person(s)'is/are doing business as: JOYFUL PINES. Business Address: 1655 ROCKY POINT ROAD, PORTOLA, CA 96122, County of Plumas. Mailing Address: 1655 ROCKY POINT ROAD, PORTOLA, CA 96122. BENJAMIN JOY, 1655 ROCKY POINT ROAD, PORTOLA, CA 96122; ELIZABETH JOY} 1655 ROCKY POINT ROAD, PORTOLA, CA 96122. This business is conducted by: A Married Couple. The registrant(s) commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on 11/1/2019. This statement was filed in the office of the County Clerk of Plumas County on the date indicated below: Filed: Nov. 1, 2019 Kathy Williams, County Clerk By: Sue Clift, Deputy Published: FRB, IVR, PR, CP Dec. 18, 24, 31, 2019, Jan. 8, 2020i Abandons business name STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF . FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person has abandoned the following Fictitious Business Name:' HAIR HOUSE. Business Address: 330 BONTA STREET STE#2, BLAIRSDEN, CA 96103, County of Plumas. SONJA PARTAIN, 11 TOMAHAWK TRAIL, GRAEAGLE, CA 96103. This business was conducted by an Individual. Original Fictitious Business Name File Number: 2017-0000217. Original Filing Date: 9/18/2017. Signed: Sonja Partain , This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below. Filed: Dec. 17,2019. PO. BOX 574, Kathy Williams, County Clerk By Kari Ca ella, De u . , Published RB, IV ,P ,CP Dec. 24, 31, 2019, Jan. 8, 15, 2020| Abandons business name STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person has abandoned the following Fictitious Business Name: BIG LIZARD WELDING. Business Address: 11260 DONNER PASS ROAD, SUITE 01-377, TRUCKEE, CA 96161. HANNO LLC, 11260 DONNER PASS ROAD, SUITE 01-377, TRUCKEE, CA 96161. , ' AI# 201735410102 State: CA This business was conducted by a Limited Liability Company. Original Fictitious Business Name File Number: 2018-0000012. Original Filing Date: 1/11/2018. Signed: Hanno Murphy This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below. Filed: Dec. 18,2019. Kathy Williams, County Clerk By Kari Ca ella, Depu .' Published RB, IVR,P ,CP Dec. 24, 31, 2019, Jan. 8, 15, 2020| NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS CALLING FOR BIDS . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Plumas Unified School District_(“Districl”), acting by and through its Board of Trustees, hereinafter referred to as the DISTRICT will receive up to, but not later than 2:00 pm. on Tuesday, January 14,’ 2020, sealed bids for the award of a contract for the Plumas Unified School District (PUSD) Baseball and Softball Fields at Portola Jr/Sr High School, 155 6th Ave, Portola, CA. Bid Package PU2020.4.28 Masonry/CarpentrylStructural Steel Dugouts. Bids shall be received at the Plumas Unified School District office located at 50 Church Street, Quincy, CA 95971 and shall be opened and publicly read aloud at the above-stated time and place. Responses must be sealed and clearly marked “Baseball and Softball Fields at Portola Jr/Sr High School, 155 6th Ave, Portola, CA. Bid Package PU2020.4.28 Masonry/Carpentry/Structural Steel Dugouts”. Fac imile i fth bi will not be accepted. Each bid must conform and be responsive to ' this Notice to Contractors, the Information for Bidders, and all other documents comprising the pertinent Contract Documents. All interested parties may obtain a copy of the bid package from the Plumas Unified School District office located at 50 Church Street, Quincy, CA 95971 or via email request to kevin@crmgroupca.com. The successful bidder shall commence work on or before January27, 2020 and will be allotted 43 calendar days to complete this bid package. All work shall be completed no later than March 9,2020. There will be a pre-bid walk at Portola JrlSr High School, 155 6th Ave, Portola, CA, at 10:00 am. on Monday, January 6, 2020. In contracts involving expenditures in excess of $25,000.00, the successful bidder shall file a payment bond issued by, an admitted Surety authorized to conduct business in California, in the form set forth in thngntraCt Documents. A payment bond may be required for contracts involving smaller expenditures at the option of the District. ' All formsmust be completed, signed, and returned with the bid. The contract award will be based on the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. The lowest bid shall be the lowest total of the bid prices on the base contract. Minority, women, and disabled veteran contractors are encouraged to submit bids. The contract is for a public work. Contractor and any subcontractor shall pay all workers on the project at least the general prevailing rate of per diem wages as determined by the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations (“DIR”) pursuant to Labor Code section 1770 et seq. Prevailing wage rates are available from the District or online at: http://www.dir.ca.gov. No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid proposal or awarded a contract for public work unless currently registered with the DIR pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5. This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the DIR. Each bidder shall be a licensed contractor at the time the bid pursuant to the Business and Professions Code and such |icense(s) shall remain in active and good standing for the duration of the contract. The bidder shall be licensed in one or more the following classifications: California General A or B license in good standing. Signed: D. Kevin Nolen, Construction Manager for PLUMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 50 Church St, Quincy, CA 95971 Published FRB, IVR, PR, CP Dec. 31, 2019, Jan. 8, 2020] FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT N0. 2019-0000289 (Expires: 12/16/2024) The following person(s) is/are doing business as:l O‘REILLY AUTO PARTS #5962. Business Address: 1750 EAST MAIN, QUINCY, CA 95971, County of Plumas. Mailing Address: PO. BOX 1156, ATTN: TAX DEPT., SPRINGFIELD, MO 65801. O'REILLY AUTO ENTERPRISES, LLC, 233 SOUTH PATTERSON AVENUE, SPRINGFIELD, MO 65801.. State: CA Alli: 201401010215 This business is conducted by: A Limited Liabililty Company. The registrant(s) commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on 1/1/2014. Signed: /s/ Tom McFaII, Treasurer. This statement was filed in the office of the County Clerk of Plumas County on the date Indicated below: Filed: Dec. 16,2019 Kathy Williams, County Clerk By: Kari Capella, Deputy Published: FRB, IVR, PR, CP Dec. 31, 2019, Jan. 8, 15, 22, 2020] Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter curt, and __s_well es thesheafis». HAGWOOD, from page 13 field training officer, patrol sergeant, SWAT team member, investigations sergeant, chief deputy coroner, under sheriff and finally sheriff-coroner. When asked which part of his career was his favorite, he responded, “Investigations, because of the actual wor .” But it was also the part of his career that took the biggest toll on his family life, which at the time included three young children. “I spent a lot of years as an investigator. It’s a job that ' can overwhelm aspects of your life,” Hagwood said. “I missed things. I always try to counsel my staff to not make the same mistakes I did.” As sheriff, Hagwood said he did better. “The older I became, I recognized the importance of being present.” Hagwood was elected sheriff for three terms. In the first race he was opposed, but won with 83 percent of the vote, and the next two terms he ran unopposed. As for any cases that stand out over the years, Hagwood said that homicides and those involving young people had the most impact. “Homicides, accidents, they revisit you,” he said. Hagwood said that sometimes it’s impossible to fathom what one human will do to another, but then said, “Pebple can also be pretty damn amazing. In small communities, small counties, it becomes much more personal.” One of the cases that he took personally was that of a very young, undocumented victim of sexual assault. “It was my case. I did the investigation; I made the arrest.” But then he took it a step further and, because she was a victim of such an assault, he Was able to help her attain residency. Puzzle Answers Word Scramble Answer: Drift EEEIEEEEE EEIEEHEEE EEEEEEIEE 57 El It~wasn’t the only time he was able to do so and he said one young woman still lives in the area and is raising a family. “Those are the things that ‘ stick out,” he said. Changes “The last 10 years have ‘seen the most drastic, sweeping changes,” Hagwood said, as he listed legislation that has impacted his work, including the legalization of marijuana and the decriminalization of some felonies. He said that while the intentions may have been well meaning, the results have not. “There’s been a radical - increase in property crime and we are not seeing a decrease in cartel activity,” he said. Plumas County has seen an increase in heroin use as well. Legacy It took two attempts, but Hagwood is proud that under his leadership, Plumas County received $25 million in state funding to build a new jail. “I’ve never been happier to solve a 40-year problem,” he said. I He and his staff put togethe a proposal that placed first in small county projects and third in the entire state. He also was able to negotiate a waiver for the match. ' Though he is retiring as sheriff, Hagwood is running for District 4 Supervisor. Ifhe succeeds, he will be in position to see the project Completed. , “If I’m fortunate enough to be elected, I’ll be there to see the jail come in on time and on ' budget. We can’t afford overruns,” he said. Hagwood is confident that the sheriffs department will continue to operate seamlessly. With 31 years of service, Hagwood is second in longevity at the department and said he has hired and/ or promoted everyone there and is highly ’ complimentary of them. I! 1 He said he advised his successor, Todd Johns who was appointed by the board of supervisors, that “you have an incredibly dedicated and talented staff. Stand back and let them do it.” The celebration Later that evening, Hagwood was meeting his family for pizza at Moon’s. All three children were in town for the holidays and to celebrate his retirement. “I’m so thankful for the support that I have received from my family,” Hagwood said, particularly from his parents, Joe and Gretchen, wife Julie, and his children Austin, Garrett and Ava. Austin is a medical student at Johns Hopkins, and Garrett is in the process of choosing a medical school. Daughter Ava . completed both a bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degree atU.C. Davis and now works for Child Protective Services in Plumas County. Hagwood is clearly proud of his children as he recounts their accomplishments, but they’re equally proud of him. Ava Hagwood said that she' has always been impressed by his accessibility. “He made himself available to the community. He gave his cell phone number out like candy,” she said. Ava added that she learned a lot growing upwatching her father and his commitment to his work, as well as from her mother, educator Susan Frediani. , “I feel like I’ve combined my parents’ jobs in my new position,” Ava said. As for her dad’s retirement, AVa said, “I’m definitely happy for him, but sad since the sheriff’s department is his second home. I was there for his final call and he teared up after it; it’s one of the only times that I’ve seen him that n 7 way. > nae: HE flflflfl I E"! E“! E“! E“! E"! El J; l 2 .Jfl- flflflflafi °" twaaaaas J? El arufSJJorts Ifilllfil Ifilllfil id'tfic 'Motfier ‘IJeavot 5m to fifilfifiw-Ifififi usual-Inns. lfiflfiwlilifii SSESEEEEESE ill-Ifl-IIII II flflflflflfl Crossword. Sudoku. 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