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Indian Valley Record Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 5A Several members of the Greenville High School Bztnd come to town on a prized day off school to play the Armed Forces Medley in honor of all the veterans and their families represented by the hundreds of people lining Main Street. Photos by Maryann DeMontigny Plumas Bank is sponsoringmeal. Walkers with strollers 8:30 a.m. and the race is a Tru Community event, are welcome, at 9:30 at the FRC soccer the Quincy Tiarkey Trot, Entry fees are $20 before field. at Feather :Ri, zer College, • Nov. 21 and $25 from the 21st Registration forms are Thanksgiv morning. through race day. Donationsavailable by calling Jennifer, The 5k (3.2-mile) run/ will also be accepted and at 283-5508 or visit walk is a great way to spend appreciated, for more information. family time before the big Pre-registration starts at Girl Scouting is back strong in Indian Valley, with the Daisies, a group of young girls learning the values of serving God and country, including participation in patriotic events like Veterans Day. A&D, from page 1A gram. "The representative that I spoke to said that it i California's Program Ser- didn't make any sense to her." vices Division, telling him Cunan often had encounters there was $515,000 allocated with parents asking him why for the county in the current the county wouldn't offer fiscal year and "we're just their children services. Be- waiting for Plumas to accept cause of this he would contin- -i: the money." ue to pursile this cause "re- She told him the money gardless of how long you wait, would be given to other coun- or what you throw at me." ties if Plumas didn't accept "I'm going to come to every it, as has happened in the board meeting between now previous two years, and when we do have an alco-, The memo argued that hol and drug program so that Plumas didn't need to have a when I do face these parents :i department to accept the funds of these teenagers I can look and could subcontract with pri- them in the eyes and ten them !i rate organizations or another that I did at least everything county to provide services, ba- possible to alleviate the sically funneling the money tragedy that's happening in through the county without this, the only county (without : having to hire new employees, alcohol and drug services) in i! In his public comment in California." November, Cunan said the After Cunan's comment, :i people at the state "figure Thrall asked County Counsel i: they will prorate the amount Craig Settlemire to comment ' we are not using day by day on the county's position. since the fiscal year started." He responded, "There are :: "Every day we're losing pending issues with regards $1,400. Since I put this in front to personnel matters relating of the board over a'month, to the former alcohol and ago, the county has lost drug program. $50,000 in Alcohol and Drug "There's also audits that are Services money." pending with the state and "If you wait another month those issues we're trying to re- it will be another $50,000. If solve at this time before we you wait till I leave office, implement another program." which appears to be the case, Cunan retorted that when • it'll be another $100,000." the board put this topic on an He added that he spoke with agenda there would be "quite people at the state level about a bit to say about both those i the reasons County Adminis- issues and I'd be happy to be trative Officer Jack Ingstad the one that does it if no one gave for not reinstating a pro- else will." LOOPED, from page 1A substance abuse problems in Plumas shortly after the county closed its alcohol and drug department. Indian Valley Supervisor Robert Meacher asked if police could measure blood alcohol levels down to .01, the minimum required in the ordinance for a citation to be given. Hollister said local officers carried equipment that could make that distinction. Hagwood indicated that officers would still make judgments on when to use those tests based on circum- stances. "So if a teenager' at a to give out fines, not to incar- party, not drinking, but took cerate anyone. Nyquil for a cold, what's the When asked if this ability story there?" Quincy Super- to get more convictions visor Lori Simpson asked, would lead to a change in "That's certainly some- priorities, with more officers thing that can be vetted in responding to parties, Hag- the appropriate forum, as in wood said that wouldn't be court," the sheriff responded, the case. Hollister told the board "It's not going to change the these cases would be handled manner in which the sheriff's in traffic court and treated as department addresses these infractions so they wouldn't situations." clutter up the criminal court Supervisor Terry Swofford calendar, reflected on his time as a high County Counsel Craig school teacher, "Every few : Settlemire pointed out that years we would lose students county ordinances could due to alcohol and accidents: t,echnically lead to mis- and stuff and so if this will, demeanors, help prevent that then I think Hollister said that was it's something we really need true but the policy would be to move forward." a Spring 2011 Schedule Now Available at the Following Locations: Indian Valley Plumas County Library, 204 Ann Street, Greenville Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce, 408 Main Street, Greenville Young's Market, Taylorsville Online at: ...... .... i R~. 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