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board drops proposed tax assessment from November ballot Community Services board membgers have firefighting tax vote for the November Monday, July 3, meeting a motion to set a $24 tax assessment vote for all in Westwood and Pine made by Elta Silva. motion died for lack of a Fire Department for $45 a year per par- cel. But all board members present thought this was too high an amount. "Once it's on, it doesn't come off," explained board member Ted Tam- borski. The board members then crunched the numbers, which re- sulted in Silva making a motion for the $24 assessment, but to no avail. With no representative from WFD at the meeting to plead its case, the whole thing died. "It will not be on the ballot in November," said Chairman Sonja Edwards of the assessment. Said Silva, "I wanted to ive the town the opportunity to vote for themselves. "I thought that the amount being smaller gave it a better chance to pass." Board members Ben Pacatte and Arnie Hasselwander were not pre- sent for the vote. In an unrelated matter, Ed An- derson gave an updated report on the sewer project. %Ve've got a real good contractor. They are on schedule and doing a good job," he said of Arcadian En- terprises. Anderson was requesting that the contractor get a progress pay- ment but the district is waiting for a final draft document from Plumas Bank. "If the contractor doesn't get paid in 30 days, he'll walk," he warned. Anderson also reported that a job change order will be submitted at the next board meeting. Work needs to be done on the sewer between 4th and 5th streets and Cedar and Delwood streets. The decision to let Westwood Sanitation channel clarified efflu- ent to the sewer ponds was tabled until the next meeting because the board was still waiting to hear from legal counsel. In a discussion initiated by Chairman Edwards, the board is considering donating Tunnison Park to Lassen College, perhaps m return for improvements at West- wood Park. There was also discussion on whether to turn it into an RV park. We appreciate each of you who support 4-HI ah. These 4-H members and advisor BJ. Jacobs are going on the "Global Journey" Focus trip to Washington D.C. Wee made it to Washington D.C.! Honorary Sponsors Lassen Co. Cattlemen, Lassen Co. Cattlewomen, CCPOA, Susanville Rotary, Soroptimists, V.F.W.-William Davidson Post 2381 We get to see and learn a kit on ottr trtpl 1999 Jr. Livestock Auction Focus Buyers Farm Bureau, Sheriff Posse, Martin & Nancy Sisk, Curt & Joan Moran, M&M Construction, Citizen Telecom, Gary & Unda Carter wtYmE m MINI MART & DELl HWY. 395 & COUNTY' RD. A-3 %h RI-TONE "" COLOR CENTER LYNN STAGG$ OWNER 2217 MAIN ST. SUSANVI, CA 96130 (530) 257-6078 "lVhe, it's wk ioi.g riSM" a Great Experience [ealty  BARNE]'CHE, BROKER StjlvqM A 1N STREET VILL.E. CA 96130 RS: (530)257-6043 : (530) Z57- The N,s trges* tndelk Tn Oeoi OREGOWASHINGTON-IDAHO.MONTANA-NEVADA Les Schwab Tire Center (530) 257-8883 Fax (530) 257-2761 2385 Main St. • Susanville, CA 96130 I S.T.A.R. j'"--%'ATH SUSANVILLE THERAPY LETIC REHABILITATION i I 711 N. MAIN STREET SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 I TELEPHONE (530) 257-8989 FAX 2574649 I I NORMAN C. HUBBARD, R.P.T. I I DIRECT r'l Bus: (530) MAIL Fax: (530) 257-6049 . ,T-.i u I ................ ees;(S3o) 257-6870 JiM & ue CHAPMAN LASSEN ADDRESSING SERVICE email: lassenaddeqrld.net 203 Maple St. • PO Box 674 • Susanville, CA 96130 F-dwardJones e "Bmck" Green Suite B 3O Fax 530-257.3941 0C24309 Invcvs Since 1871 Marsha's N ER 251-2444 4095 ]ohnstonville Rd. Susanville, CA 96130 OAK & PINE OUTLET 605 Elm St. 257-2200  Good Luck! PLUMAS BANK Mark A. Solomon Vice President/Manager Susanville Office 3000 Riverside Dr, (530) 257-5013 Scwirian 801 Main St. Susanville, CA (530) 257-7872 ----., CHICAGO TITLE / r l GLASS COIj]qY COl, I AII'miALIf    A i Western  Wear,pl Feed, Ranch Suppli ] I,, ! R ALL or |Qlass for Every_ eu_rpose  702.100 Iohnstonvilie 11. i / .anville, CA 96130 i m Custom Neat   I mo o s ...... tram, roLL ROAD I (530) 257-5544 Cot Above the Re/t" Diamond 'Crest Markers  aM Cry Sutml 15301 257-6705 Ttlilw00d 0rist ....... 2020 Math St. • 257-9194 2-8381 MOTOR "COMPANY St. 257-2137 SU Ftomsr Mahl  257.3545 LARGIE'S BOOK NOOK 722 Math St. • Smmwlae, CA 96130 'Iave a wonderful time" George & Laurel Marsters ! KEN'S REPAIR SERVICE I 257-2140 Dan's Custom Glass 257-3882 715 Ash • Susanville ,ofins (House & Carpet One AL 6' JOY ROBBINS Miller Hay & Cattle "Good job, Clint!" _ Fax 1530} 2,75 I I ...... I Formal Wear I • #"'"','"  ......... '/';' ....... I (53o 252o su,,, cA I I I Diamond • Saw Shop 257-6232 I J Best Wlsb. Camon Bob aml IElatae Dm'dea Way to go. Climea l)av. & au,t tl, [ 12.AvITr IAi lUllrr B,ff, m La. 257-3311 Hume 2S7-HMR GIoanna'e Hair ffair 257-500 Luile'l CR etlo - Have F board drops proposed tax assessment from November ballot Community Services board membgers have firefighting tax vote for the November Monday, July 3, meeting a motion to set a $24 tax assessment vote for all in Westwood and Pine made by Elta Silva. motion died for lack of a Fire Department for $45 a year per par- cel. But all board members present thought this was too high an amount. "Once it's on, it doesn't come off," explained board member Ted Tam- borski. The board members then crunched the numbers, which re- sulted in Silva making a motion for the $24 assessment, but to no avail. With no representative from WFD at the meeting to plead its case, the whole thing died. "It will not be on the ballot in November," said Chairman Sonja Edwards of the assessment. Said Silva, "I wanted to ive the town the opportunity to vote for themselves. "I thought that the amount being smaller gave it a better chance to pass." Board members Ben Pacatte and Arnie Hasselwander were not pre- sent for the vote. In an unrelated matter, Ed An- derson gave an updated report on the sewer project. %Ve've got a real good contractor. They are on schedule and doing a good job," he said of Arcadian En- terprises. Anderson was requesting that the contractor get a progress pay- ment but the district is waiting for a final draft document from Plumas Bank. "If the contractor doesn't get paid in 30 days, he'll walk," he warned. Anderson also reported that a job change order will be submitted at the next board meeting. Work needs to be done on the sewer between 4th and 5th streets and Cedar and Delwood streets. The decision to let Westwood Sanitation channel clarified efflu- ent to the sewer ponds was tabled until the next meeting because the board was still waiting to hear from legal counsel. In a discussion initiated by Chairman Edwards, the board is considering donating Tunnison Park to Lassen College, perhaps m return for improvements at West- wood Park. There was also discussion on whether to turn it into an RV park. We appreciate each of you who support 4-HI ah. These 4-H members and advisor BJ. Jacobs are going on the "Global Journey" Focus trip to Washington D.C. Wee made it to Washington D.C.! Honorary Sponsors Lassen Co. Cattlemen, Lassen Co. Cattlewomen, CCPOA, Susanville Rotary, Soroptimists, V.F.W.-William Davidson Post 2381 We get to see and learn a kit on ottr trtpl 1999 Jr. Livestock Auction Focus Buyers Farm Bureau, Sheriff Posse, Martin & Nancy Sisk, Curt & Joan Moran, M&M Construction, Citizen Telecom, Gary & Unda Carter wtYmE m MINI MART & DELl HWY. 395 & COUNTY' RD. A-3 %h RI-TONE "" COLOR CENTER LYNN STAGG$ OWNER 2217 MAIN ST. SUSANVI, CA 96130 (530) 257-6078 "lVhe, it's wk ioi.g riSM" a Great Experience [ealty  BARNE]'CHE, BROKER StjlvqM A 1N STREET VILL.E. CA 96130 RS: (530)257-6043 : (530) Z57- The N,s trges* tndelk Tn Oeoi OREGOWASHINGTON-IDAHO.MONTANA-NEVADA Les Schwab Tire Center (530) 257-8883 Fax (530) 257-2761 2385 Main St. • Susanville, CA 96130 I S.T.A.R. j'"--%'ATH SUSANVILLE THERAPY LETIC REHABILITATION i I 711 N. MAIN STREET SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 I TELEPHONE (530) 257-8989 FAX 2574649 I I NORMAN C. HUBBARD, R.P.T. I I DIRECT r'l Bus: (530) MAIL Fax: (530) 257-6049 . ,T-.i u I ................ ees;(S3o) 257-6870 JiM & ue CHAPMAN LASSEN ADDRESSING SERVICE email: lassenaddeqrld.net 203 Maple St. • PO Box 674 • Susanville, CA 96130 F-dwardJones e "Bmck" Green Suite B 3O Fax 530-257.3941 0C24309 Invcvs Since 1871 Marsha's N ER 251-2444 4095 ]ohnstonville Rd. Susanville, CA 96130 OAK & PINE OUTLET 605 Elm St. 257-2200  Good Luck! PLUMAS BANK Mark A. Solomon Vice President/Manager Susanville Office 3000 Riverside Dr, (530) 257-5013 Scwirian 801 Main St. Susanville, CA (530) 257-7872 ----., CHICAGO TITLE / r l GLASS COIj]qY COl, I AII'miALIf    A i Western  Wear,pl Feed, Ranch Suppli ] I,, ! R ALL or |Qlass for Every_ eu_rpose  702.100 Iohnstonvilie 11. i / .anville, CA 96130 i m Custom Neat   I mo o s ...... tram, roLL ROAD I (530) 257-5544 Cot Above the Re/t" Diamond 'Crest Markers  aM Cry Sutml 15301 257-6705 Ttlilw00d 0rist ....... 2020 Math St. • 257-9194 2-8381 MOTOR "COMPANY St. 257-2137 SU Ftomsr Mahl  257.3545 LARGIE'S BOOK NOOK 722 Math St. • Smmwlae, CA 96130 'Iave a wonderful time" George & Laurel Marsters ! KEN'S REPAIR SERVICE I 257-2140 Dan's Custom Glass 257-3882 715 Ash • Susanville ,ofins (House & Carpet One AL 6' JOY ROBBINS Miller Hay & Cattle "Good job, Clint!" _ Fax 1530} 2,75 I I ...... I Formal Wear I • #"'"','"  ......... '/';' ....... I (53o 252o su,,, cA I I I Diamond • Saw Shop 257-6232 I J Best Wlsb. Camon Bob aml IElatae Dm'dea Way to go. Climea l)av. & au,t tl, [ 12.AvITr IAi lUllrr B,ff, m La. 257-3311 Hume 2S7-HMR GIoanna'e Hair ffair 257-500 Luile'l CR etlo - Have F