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Indian Valley Record Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011 9A 2010 second-lowest CA homebuilding year Plmas Lassen Sierra Single Family 2008 2009 2010 63 36 35 44 18 14 8 5 6 Mulfi-famgy 2008 2009 2010 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 Total Unim 2008 2009 2010 63 36 35 60 18 14 8 5 6 Source: Construction Industry Research Board neper # quits Greenville High School sophomore Sam Johnson was chosen for s pecial recognition as Student of the Month for January 2011 because of his academic standing, school spirit and never- quit attitude, both in the classroom and in sports. Johnson received a free sandwich and drink donated by Evergreen Market, as well as much-deserved public recognition. Photo by Alicia Knad er Food Safety and Sanitation Class (NCAOO1) i i: Feb. 26 &amp; 27 (Sat. & Sun.) 8am - 4pm Feather River College, Quincy, in the Eagles Perch Instructor: Leslie Franchetti (530) 259-4343 Class participants will learn basic principles of sanitation and safety, apply them to food preparation and service. Class culmi- nates with National Restaurant Association Services State test ' STUDENTS will be served lunch and MUST REGISTER 2 WEEKS before, so books can be ordered :ji:::i! .... small school, BIG EDUCATION  www.frc.edu d River J College 570 Golden Eagle Ave, Quincy ............ California homebuilders put up the second-lowest number of homes for a single year in 2010, posting a modest improvement over the record- low that was set in 2009, the California Building Industry Association (CBIA) an- nounced Jan. 24. CBIA said just 44,601 per- mits were issued statewide last year for new homes, apart- ments, condominiums and townhomes, up 23 percent from 2009, but down 31 percent from 2008, which had held the distinction of the second-low- est total on record with 64,962 permits issued. Records began being kept in 1954 with the lowest yearly total set in 2009 with 36,421 permits issued. "While we had hoped for. a more robust recovery in 2010, it's good to see the increase in the number of permits issued, albeit a very modest in- crease," said Mike Winn, CBIA's president and CEO. "The homebuilding industry has experienced three straight years of record-low production and we hope law- makers take these numbers into consideration when act- ing on any legislation that might harm our industry's fragile recovery." According to statistics com- piled by the Construction In- dustry Research Board (CIRB), homebuilders pulled permits for 25,080 single-family homes in 2010, down 2 percent from 2009, while multifamily per- mits totaled 19,521, up 78 per- cent from the previous year. For the month of December, permits totaled 6,487, up 80 percent when compared to De- cember 2009, and up 100 per- cent from the previous month. Single-family permits totaled 3,108, up 15 percent from De- cember 2009 and up 127 per- cent from November, while multifamily permits totaled 3,379, up 278 percent from De- cember 2009 and up 80 percent from the previous month. Ben Bartolotto, research di- rector for CIRB, noted that any enthusiasm for the in- creases seen in December should be tempered with the fact that December numbers are often inflated because of a rush to pull permits before certain regulations and fees get increased in January. Winn said that in this case, builders probably pulled per- mits in anticipation of the state's new requirement man- dating fire sprinklers in all new homes, which would add anywhere from $3,000-$8,000 to the cost of constructing a new home. Bartolotto noted that CIRB is now projecting 62,000 total permits will be pulled in 2011, a slight increase from 2010, but still down from 2008. I  ":ili b :il For 3 months "    DVR DVR is leased. 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