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RECQRD No PROGRESSIVE Greenville and Cheeter, Calif. Thursday, July 9, 1959 More About Sewer Bid Accepted (Continued from Page l) board is well within the eng- neer's cost estimate. In the event additional assessments are neces- sary, property owners will main- rain their right to protest and over-ruie them, he said. Engineer John Jensen, repre- serJting Clair A Hill & Associa- iates, then explained the method of determining individual assess- ments--based on dwelling units, service charges, etc. FOLLOWING BRIEF discussion on this topic, Walters again spoke up, pointing out that many people are of the opinion that even if they pay off their assessment ob- ligation after the 30-day cash period, they "will be stuck" with 15 years' interest• Attorney Holton said "Again tli information is erroneous." He i pointed out that there will be a i 30-day cash period after notice t to pay assessment is sent to the t property owner• Any time afterI this, the property owner may pay off the total amount, also paying at this time the equivalent of 15! years, interest charges. However, when enough principal is avail- able o call a $1,000 bond, the secretary will do so, deduct the interest due to that time, plus a 5 per cent premium (interest for one year) and refund the remain- der of the interest payment to the property-owner. These notices to pay will be sent out soon and will announce t the 30-day deadline, which will probably be about the first of August, Holten said. Fred Zunino then queried the board on the subject of state and federal aid. HOLTON REPLIED that last year the board applied for federal assistance but was turned down. At that ,time the local board was 37th on the list for aid; this year it reapplied and is 6th in line. So a federal aid grant might be forthcoming after Congress has appropriated aid monies. The board can apply for only up to 30 per cent of the cost of the outfall and treatment portion of the pro- jeer, he said, and has consequent- ly applied for about $25,000 Federal and state aid are one and the same, he pointed out, as the state merely handles dis- tribution for the federal govern- ment. It was then asked whether taxes would drop in the event of such aid. If such aid is forthcoming, it will be slow in moving through the proper channels, Holton said. but it will affect the tax rates in the district. Another local resident asked what could be done abou old-age pensioners and their inability to • meet the assessment costs. This problem appeared not to be within the board's jurisdiction. FROM 'WRONG SIDE OF CIgEK'VOTE DENIED Several persons then objected that the election procedure open- ed the voting to all registered voters, but t the same time some property.owners were not allowed to vote. An illustration of this was pre- sented by Art Cumins, as follows: He was notified of his voting place for the election on forming the sanitary district. He went to Employment of a firm of plan- ning consultants to prepare plans for the orderly growth of the Chester area of Plumas County is under consideration by the board of supervisors. The board at its meeting Monday had before it a recommendation of the coun- ty plain'ring commission that Ebasco Services, Incorporated, be retained for this purpose, but de- layed final action pending further study of terms. Co'n ult, ants to Plan for Cheste It was indicated this is expected A basic thought behind the, plan, some of the items to be in- worked on from Chester i ,to be the first of a number of whole planning concept is to as- eluded being: manor, Prattville or sure orderly growth, with assur- A zoning map; such jobs in various parts of the county. "The need seems to be the most pressing in the Chester-Al' manor area," E G Leonhardt, chairman of the planning com- mission, said. "Eight out of 10 applications we get for building permits are for construction in that area. The present rate of growth there is (errific." I Some of the Greenville area Girl Scouts preparing to attend Gold Lake Camp this sum- mer are (from left) Patricia Posch, Diana Crouch, Susan Goldenson, Bonnie Warren, Patricia Lackey, Lynda Monks, Bertha Long and Amber Davies, Serving as cam,p counselors will be Susan Larkey and Roberta Cliff. Pretty girls adorn this float entered by Plumas Rebekah Lodge, winner of the non-commer- cial division in the Taylorsville rodeo parade sponsored by the County Sheriff's Posse. i " oi0000rla e ns as ueen; F J ict00 Luke Again Top Cowboy Greenville Sewer Bonds Bought by Bank of America the polling place and was inform- ed by the clerk that he couldn't A big step Coward achievement: Another record crowd of several ground money. Chet Flournoyl vote because he "lived on the i of Greenviiie'[ewer system was thousand persons turned out to won the silver buckle on a draw-i wrong side of the creek." He ef-I made last wee " when $120,000 of make the lth annual Silver eng. fected a call o the County Clerk lets bonds purchased by Bank of Buckle Rodeo at Taylorsville one I Silver buckle donors included who upheld this decision. Then I Arnica were delivered and the of the mo Successful in recent , the Crescent Hotel, The Chuck last month, Cumins said, he re- I money paid to Claire C O'Rourke, years members of the Indian House (spurs). W F Morris & Sons, ceived a notification of the Plumas County treasurer. Valley Riding and Roping Club Aide and Marie Sorsoli, Indian said at the conclusion of the all-iVailey Creamery, Bill Sobrero's amount of his assessment. [ Commenting on the deal, Bert day event Saturday. "This is taxation wiihouf repre- Dale, manager of Bank of Amer- ',Chevron Service, Young°s Market, A well-run program of riding Heart-K Ranch, Trio Logging Co, and roping events was presentedPal,s Barber Shop. during the afternoon, the activities concluding about 6 pm. Tulsa Scott again earned in a cerumen---Two XF u y(0W]O--S dable job as master of ceremonies. 1 Reigning as queen of the rodeo! R dlv I j d was Roberta Cliff, who was n ure crowned in a highlight of the first r rodeo dance Friday evening. I Two visiting cowboys suffered l Dick Luke of Broderick took top severe injuries while competing. all-around cowboy honors for the i in the Saturday rodeo events at l second straight year• He was pre- Taylorsville. ! sented with the traditional silver -- ,,- ........ .... In e cali roping evem, ua] spurs by roaeo queen rooerm " of " • • • •  .... Pmc Susanwlle roped his am-I Cliff. Luke trod for ne mp cow- real in what probably would have! boy honor last year and won the been a winning time In aemt, mt 1 spur on the toss of a cam)  • " " ing f'om his horse however, he, m winners' eluded: in the various events ground.Caught is foot and fell to the!: Team ropingKen Bullen and With an apparent broken leg, Bob Griffith (firstL h}.8: Jerri he was rushed bv ambulance to Jones and Carroll Wilson, 11.0; M the Feather River District Hospi- tal in Greenville• Examination disclosed a broken leg and broken ankle, and he was transferred o the hospital in Reno. sentafion,", he said. A person he tea's Quincy Branch, said, "The knows, he explained, owns no people of Greenville are to be real property and pays no taxes, congratulated on this progressive yet was one of the first to turn move and Greenville's growth and out at the polls. (It turned out prosperity are bound 0o be en- that this was the election on the hanced by the improvements they issuance of general obligation plan. I am happy that Bank of bonds3 "He did the voting, I was America was the successful bidder refused a vote, and I must pay." for the bonds by offering the low- The matter was clarified as  est interest cost to the district. Aa follows: Cumins was not within' a result of our practice of bidding the original district at the time I on every improvement bond issue of the election on its formation• !offered, during the past few years His area was later annexed by'we hace purchased Plumas Coun- petition. All taxpayers were then lty school, hospital and sanitary l allowed to vote during a second t district bonds totalling over one' election, dealing with the issuance and a half million dollars. of $120,000 in general obligation• bonds (the legal maximum• . . 15 per cent of the assessed valuation closed. of the district.) Several resolutions were then (Annexation of the Landon and adapted by the board, one over- Kinder Additions was effected by: ruling the protests (only 3 written a petition containing signatures of protests having been received, not nramrtv constituting a majority of the M Hall and Woodrow Rosaschi, over 75 per cent of the __. .... -. ,- owners of the area.) o.operty-owners.) Others adopted 11.5: Tom Johnston and Pierce !the engineer's report, confirmed McClelland, 13.9. " - - - -  the assessments, adopted plans Brahma bull r i d i n gDick McItyre then reviewed the two and specifications, etc: accepted [rown (firsD. Bob Kennedy, Dick elections. The first, Sept. 24, 1948, the low construction bid and Luke. on forming the original district 'warded the .contract: designated 167 for and 8 against. The second. (Landon and Kinder Additions Jan. 6. 1959, on issuing the bonds then included)246 for and 47 against. I 1 ONE HOME-OWRNER, still not clear on the interest situation,! providing he pays Off Z " I merit at some future da e, fll'lly, stated a about this time: '*To: heck wlh h.ll pat tt all now.'t It was answered to another t,t it would not take 15 years %o get[ the interest refund, l The protest meti was then anee that investment in homes and I A field survey showing present other improvements will be pro- land use; tected and not subject to future Map showing existing land, depreciation by reason of con-iwater , topograply, and the exist- struction of installations of the ing highway pattern with present cheap hot-dog stand type. traffic capacities, existing and Under a contract drawn up be-I potential recreation areas; tween the county and Ebasco Ser- Recommended maximum pop- vices the latter will agree to pre- ulation figures, including densities pare a long-range development to be allowed in residential areas; P r o p o s e d land use---urbsn, agricultural, forest and recrea- tion; Recommended locations or commercial developments; Recommended locations of pub-! oughly checking aspects tic faciliities such as schools, parks playgrounds and fire stations; Recommended future pattern of i major and secondary highways. I The firm is to be paid $8,500 I over a period of about a year, l final clause in the contract pro-] riding that the county may, if it il so decides before work has actual- ly begun, change the area to be The second casualty was Buster Taylor who had his jaw broken First Western Bank and Trust Co Bareback ridingBob Kennedy, in the chutes during the brahma as collection agency for initial Dick Luke, Rick Ryan. bull riding event. cash payments: authorized ob- Steer Stopping--Wendell Car-   raining rights--of-way not yet se- penter, 5.1; Pierce McClelland, cured. 15•2; Ralph Baroli, 5.3; Ray Fer- veto 5 4 I Board chairman Mclntyre '- '"re ..... closed the meeting with an ex-I t al. pLng--.-wen_eu t:arpen:! pression of appreciation to those er, l.a;   nail, 'Lu;.an.a ual whn turnr] out to diSCusS the, asper ana oss tmrnn, ura ana ............... a" 1"" project. "A majority are ˘learlyl l°urm z .'.u. [ in favor." he said, "and I am a[ BuildoggingDlek Luke, 10.5; project will he of ukleralble] Bill MeClain and Pat Finley, ee..] lnRt to h, ommua." /ona and third. 1 , g last aboutlt ° Water ,System Discussion Held District Engineer E A and Colonel Hoyt of the Fire Underwriters of the met recently with the Chester Public trict board ,to discuss bility of installing a water for the Chester The board, mindful ential growth of Chester, water for domestic use protection. Others present at the included Leo .Speegle, i chairman of the local PUD Larry Hope, board Cullen, Plumas tan; Walter Grimes, civil from Chico; Joe fire chief. Posch Orbited Harry Price Installed @/ As Rotary President Harry Price was installed as l Warren Souders and Car - new president and outgoing presS- ] fellowship; Carl dent Herman Posch was launched magazine;I Ernie Walters lento orbit in highlights of the l Baxter, membership; installation banquet held last I Hunter, program; Thursday evening by the Green-Ipott, public information; ville Rotary Club• Some 50 club members and Spellmeyer, publicity; well, Rotary information. wives atended the dinner and I Vocational service program. I Ernie Lindsay, Carl Accompanying the installation dall Goldenson and of the new slate of officers was berg; community the demotion in grand style of Chisholm. Wilbur the old president. Following a re- Baxter and George sume of his feeble efforts on this national service--Louis earth, it was decided to launch Kelton and Herman him into outer space as a fitting • • • climax to the program• He was outfitted in a rather ingenious Locke Installed but impractical spaeesult and loaded with bags and boles of ..As .._Rotar appropriate provisions prior to the y count-down and blast-off. Nell G Locke of The club's new officers include stalled as new Price, president; Bill Hall, sar-Westwood Rotary Club geant-a,t-arms; Harry PetzwsJ, gram held Tuseday night secretary-treasurer; Harry Price, Place in Westwood. Harry Petzwal, Edwin Chisholm, Other 1959-60 officers Mike Ayoob, Earl Pedersen, Ernieiwere Don Heard, Lindsay, and Louis Geil, directors, i surer; John Bradley, Committee chairman for the!ton, A, Fregulia, Don coming year will be Earl Peder-iNeil Locke, directors. sen, club service activities; Mike The program also Ayoob and R Larkey, attendance; demotion of Ted Cecil McIntyre and Bob Kelton, Leonard Randall, both classification; Robert Murray and!served as president Bill Hall, bulletin; Mack Scruggs, past year. Parade Bid Let W;nners Hi00bwav Ribbon winners in the rodeo Healey Construction parade at Taylorsville Saturday, Palmdale submitted s sponsored by the Plumas County $265,946 for a Sheriff's Posse included: iect to improve 2.2 miles Sign Route 89 in Junior mounedPiedmont Boy between 2.0 miles and I Scouts. Junior cowgirls (under 14)--north of Canyon Vicki Pearce (first), Cynthia Wil- was the lowest of the bur, Karen Hale. by the division of the project at a bid Junior cowboys--Rich Toscani, Sacramen on July 1. Johhny Pearce, Mike Sobrero. Silver mountedMrs Wilma The project as stated Jones. Miles, district ! Senior c o w g i r 1 s--Annabelle ding, consists of Pearce, Madge Haynes. Roberts roadbed, installing Cliff. ,sties, and placing Senior cowboys---Ben Nunes,  base materiat on the Harry Dolphin, Paul Sobrero I A seal coat will then Junior marching grou-Boy to provide a temper Scout Troop 121, Taylorsville on the new two-lane l n c a ' This section of higl Junior u s s i fie [-udy " " Peteron and Charlene Thomson second unit of Route Joe Pearee. " reconstructed on im Commercial motor floats--In-tment. The first unit dian Valley Milk Delivery, Plumas f tion from Westwood Theatre, Trio Logging. yon Dam which was Non-commercialPlumas Re- in 1955. It is bekah Lodge 27, Indian Valley plant:mixed asphalt Garden Club. oe pmces on both I highway next year Other entries in the junior cow-I girl and junior cowboy divisions l The present projeiCn  ro De compleen included Judy Grifith, Loretta I .nn -.a . -., wbre Downs ooo, a.u u.** A y, Mandy rig, Penny I .......... Smith, Gladys Hanison Pam; puouc.rave, vau _ Fisher, Earline Stead, arbara ne exls.mg roa..an Van Gilder, Gale Budawn, Joan 'r°urs wm as ntue as posmble Richard Peterson, Sandy Brown, Heather! " ". "..= - Newcomb. Heeds Newcomb, Betty; °een names emen Richmond, Vvona Dolphin, Gear-, gia Bohne, Tommy Griffith, Fred  • • z Smith, Jimmy Brown and Harry UOe "O -ov Brown. { - The award ribbons were pro-rr • • ' a ' wded by the Plum s Lumber i[ --[f}f}" Company. i "   'J" v- Awards were presented by TT" ., Sherif Abernethy i ' • 00W1ll Herrg I Yout0000 Friends are ihouse to be held Four Pi00s iSunday afternoon oring Will Perry Bringing home the bacon fr°mlbirtd'ay..u beryl Perry, the Taylorsville rodeo Saturday! were Roger Canady of Sacramen-iin this area is we to, Rick Thurman, Gary Tweedlela rancher and and Don Pritchett. 'fieial in Green ' Canady won the pig scramble iyears. i for children under 8 years old. The open The others won in the 8 to 12; year-old division. , held at the Sfvme | nxr--v Tweedle and Pritchett tied in tareenv;lle side tt,ssso LU vv .t No lfts Leas capturing the second pig offered g" , ' m their dxvimo Stream flows on uncontrolled ...... r "" rra ' --of t .;wo,. o, t-= =o .,.,,;.,,,;.. { onors el me pigs we e rau Y   Housegesr.s . *^ "= a-" " .... * =-^ " ....... r ^ i Insurance Agency, Forest Lodge Anderson are , ,,,, .. ,,.c...= -o=s  =  ,^.., . dow Valle , Lum ' ..__a_,_ ^ still rising this week, according "' " .......  -nm,m- ,,* " -- o+ram -"uts } bet Co. sister Elem .............  • • • York City; Mid-August water conditions end guests at the Lloyd her family, White eson and LIt , e PDt