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May 1, 2007

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6A Tuesday, May 1,2007 Lassen Count Times f,f,r "Theoretically'" : answered County i Administrative Officer John is r ;ontinued from page lhKe, elsen Richard and Mary Morgan, Then l guess, the next who live next door to the question is, is he paid up? t i" motocross park, flied the suit. Pyle asked. ', A March 2003 Lassen County"No," Ketelsen answered. Superior Court order On April 24, outside the ! ; requires the county to ensure closed chain.bets where the that there is noise monitor- ooard was niscussing now to !!/ing at each scheduled racing handle the dispute, Wosick I-: event. The court ordered the said he has amy paid for noise monitoring instead of monitoring conducted by the requiring the environmental consultant hehired. The next impact report the Morgans day he said he will pay the requested, bill. -. ;" Visiting Superior Court Settlemire said Wosick has ! Judge Guy Martin Young never paid for the noise mon- i !, issued the order after experts !taring the county is conduct- I ! for the Morgans claimed rag. i motocross races consistently According to Settlemire, i exceed the noise limits me 2005-2006 Lassen County ' allowed in the county general Grand Jury report, ques- ; plan. Experts for owners tloned the lack of payment. ! Larry'and Lise Wosick con- The grand jury report said i tend traffic on Highway 395 the county paid $46,500 to the " and a barking dog made more consultant, for noise monitor- noise than the motocross mg fees in 2004 and $54,000 in races. 2 To make - Sure the of the end of the Grand ; motocross park operates Jury report deadline and to h the best of the knowledge of wit out constituting a nut- sance, Young ordered the the grand jury, Lassen Wosicks to monitor decibel County has not yet been levels and stay within the reimbursed for any portion of the ($100,500 m) noise sound guidelines in the ' ' :' Lassen County General Plan. monitoring costs by the : HLMP owners," the granct ; County involvement jury report said. The county took over theSettlemire said the cost of " monitoring, accordingto ' " " momtormg durmg the 2006 e racmg season and the two :: ,: " Settl mire; because the con- races held already this year sultant Wosick hired was not " " C monitoring every event held are not included in the Owners Larry and Use Wosick plan races at the Honey Lake Valley Motocross Park throu-'h the" weekend of Oct. 27 and 28, between April and October $100,500 total. He told the Photo bySamWilliams " ~ since 2001 board he wrote three letters r Faced With the "dueling to the Wosicks .attorney, 1[')," " " " " ' 'LIE Gall experts" at trial, Ketelsen enclosing bills and request- Dank Or/-IJIml'lca nono l tIPl ll :) sam me county used s paymem, rne county counsel sent the letters mB Susan Cort oh ,methodology the court sanc- " y J nson tion "rocess ~ p . auuway a speech on a LOplC given to finalists received $500. tioned" and hired an inde-amy zuoa, uctooer zoo5 an(/ Westwood Editor she had to answer a multitude th,~m nro 'onfin,it Nov - " Participants and their pendent nmse momtor, ember 2006. of essay ouestions includin iud ,e doh fincr nNoc guests were treated to a lull- " Wosick's attorne said he Wilson, Ihrlg and Assocmtes, Y Rebekah Gailowa a senmr ,Y, " one about her community tion with their peers. They cheon following the competi- of Oakland did receive Settlemires le!- at Westwood High School, involvement. also answer questions fromtion. Galloway was accompa- The issue came up at the ters. But Wosick said he can t participated in a Bank ofThe Westwood teen was the judges nied by her parents, Jan and pay an mvSme made out to Amerm Tuesday' April 17 board meet- ' a scholarship campy- nominated by her music Galloway said the topic stu- Leighann, and Sheri inK, when the board consid- uassen uounty, an(] wnen ne titian Monday, April 16 at the instructor, Michael Bergin, dents in her category wereBinswanger, the business approached Wilson and Ihrtg, Re ered renewing its contractthe d Lion Inn in Redding, and unanimously approved presented had to do with teacher at WestwoodHigh. consmtant sala county C 1 := with,weWilSOna forandtheIhrig'e OttlClatsO told the consultant awarda if. She received a $500 cash by the Westwood High staff, whether or not music pro- Bank of America has spon- . P Y ( nots man- not to " She competed in the area of grams inschools we e a luxu- soredthis scholarship campy- !; 1taring) and Wosick reim- tam to ram. Regional finalists, fromfine arts. ry and what benefit they were titian for 59 years. ! burses us?' asked District 1 throughout Northern Every January schools to a school and community. !iSupervisor Bob Pyle California,wereselected across California select 'their There were three top win: through an intense 1"~ $ applica- two top nominees for plaque ners in each category with Brownie ili= I l I k I ]'] m[,I ! rl ! k IIappliedai'ts,finearts rliber- $2,000 scholarship, the second r on i,l ]k l i'5 1 1 i LI i L'=P I i i i i I i I t I II al arts. During the:competi- pldce contestant receiving t o 12 i] C,G - - - JR ':ti n-:"eighi finalists .in each ,"$i 506 ,and.thi l ",i - " ; II dategorycompetebywriting.-ing:gl:000.:Ai) 0fh :r!g[dnal celebrates- i IJ Pork o l/ # -'./ "11 ol IPII Scout troop 1266 had no trou- [[ $ondml ! j d ,ii i 'iiiii}iiii)}iiiiiii} }}i}}}i}}}}}} ble earning "Try-It" patches ! 2; y the MagiC// < bag with their awards during 5, ! ' ~''''''"'' ~''" ' at LAKE ALMAINOR COUNTRY CLUB a special ceremony Saturday, ) : lVI Walker Elementary School : I I ,-, :n: ll ampagne Brunch r: i rrles ~ & {L~II,W, MIH,{ JI!I,J~'i~,I~IIILJ ] CoctailLounge PatioDinin KldsMenu- ways they differ. Chapin said I " J g they all liked cheese pizza but :: OPEN THE PUBLIC not one liked the same movie. ~: I~ the Clifford, Gate entrance of the While they found sports pro- L ~.: ' ake Almanor Country Club vided a connection they all A-13 to Clifford Drive liked to play different sports. 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