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-LUA luesoay, July 11, ZU i;IMP Irlk NWS Lassen Three members added to Clear Creek's Gd Brown Sff Wdter The Board of Directors of the Clear Creek Community Ser- vices District (CCCSD) got three new members at the board's monthly meeting Wednesday, July 12. Luann Rainey was appointed to the position by the Lassen County Supervisors and Mike Ceaglio and Charlotte Fraund were voted in that evening. The board was left with only two members after Chairman Tom Rude and board member Dave Dean resigned from their positions effective June I. The third member, Jim DeLong, did not show up for three meetings in a row which removes him from the board by default This left the district with no way to do business. An appeal to the Board of Supervisors reme- died the problem when they ap- pointed Rainey, who was sworn in to the position as soon as the meeting was called to order. The first action item on the agenda was to seat two other board members. There were five applicants for the spots, three of whom were present. Ceaglio, Denise Rickert and Patricia Grogan each introduced them- selves to the public. Ceaglio was nominated first and was voted in unanimously. He has been in the area for 25 years, works for the county and is a volunteer firefighter. He said he was "interested in serv- ing the community of Clear Creek." Fraund was also nominated and voted in unanimously. She has been in the area for more than 15 years and is the widow of former firefighter, Walter Fraund. She was absent due to a death in the family. Ceaglio was sworn in after the voting and got right to business with the rest of the agenda. Fraund will be sworn in at the next meeting, Wednesday, Aug. 2, at 7 pm. upstairs in the Clear Creek Fire Hall. Rickert commended the beard on its choices and said she was happy about the decision. Gro- gan left. All three seats will be up for election in November. The board is now chaired by William Tiffin, who has seniori- ty on the board, and he thanked everyone for coming and issued the hope that he would see them every month. As he explains it, "It's much easier to do business when we get input from the pub- lic." Tiffin then went on to offer a pat on the back to all the volun- teer Fire fighters alter which vol- unteer Jeff Allen said "That makes it all worth it." 2'he first item of business for the new board was to approve the Special Tax charges for the 2(D0-2001 year. This is a yearly formality. The second item was to hold a public hearing for the district's budget for 2000-2001. The budget unit total for the water depart- ment is $61,820 while the Fire Department's is $33,580. There were no questions asked or problems raised by the public. Consequently, it was a short public hearing. The final action item of the evening was handled with the board deciding to reimburse Clear Creek homeowner David Ehrke for not receiving services for the past two years but being charged for them. It seems that Ehrke's water line was acciden- tally taken out of service by county workers sometime in the past two years when Ehrke was last at his property. The board voted to refund him two year's worth of charges. Fire Chief John Yderraga re- PEZZULLO, & CO., P.C. Cmifiied Public AountanU Manangement Consultants .dl 1 2213 MAIN ST. * SUSANVILLE \\;i Phoio b), Ga', B 0n Iaon Rliney and Mike Ooaglio were sworn in as Ixl members during the Clear Oreek Community Services District's monthly meeting Wednesday, July 12. ported that he and two of the volunteers were now certified in wildland fire fighting. Yderraga, Sandy Murray and Jeff Allen at- tended the nine-hour classroom and field training at Janesville Volunteer Fire Department, Sat- urday, May 20. Yderraga also reported to be having a problem with the de- partment being billed for cable when they do not have the ser- vice. He is to call the cable com- pany and resolve this. During the public input sec- tion of the agenda the discus- sion centered on old unusable water pipes in the creek that are not part of the system Resident Art Frasier brought up the subject, which initiated a debate between other members of the public. Frasier wanted to know if the district can get them out or arrange for another enti- ty to do it. "The state simply don't have the resources. Call the Federal Fish and Game suggested resident Another resident, it be rusD" pipes in his 20 years and take them out. Former water Mudrich, settled "When the new stalled, Fish leave them so was not disturbed." District don, who works for and takes care Park, said the fered half of the bridge at the park in need of repair, will pay the tioned the ment since it was who installed it. The meeting Tiffin giving taping future ture reference. ThiS action item SOD WITH AN WE DELIVER! WESTERN AND NURSERY "Home of the Sodfather" Lo ca ] I n te r n et ! Local family farming since I Surf the world wide web Get your own E-Mail address 19.95/mo. Unlimited access on local numbers Additional fees and hook-up costs may apply See sore b deai! Premium quality blends most suitable for your area Kentucky Bluegrass, Dwarf Fescue, Fine Fescue Call for our complete "how to" brochure of toll free with any questions. TOLL FREE (800) 532-6200 REN0, NEVADA www.westernturf.com \\; \\; AT THE LASSEN COUNTY FAIR SATURDAY, JULY 22, 7:30 PM FEATURING / o FESTIVAL SEATING.......$12.00 BOX SEATING ...........10.00 RESERVE SEATING ......8.00 ADULT GEN. ADMISSION ...6.00 CHILD & SENIOR GEN. ADMISSION .. ...4.00 FREE Gate Admission with PRE, SALE SHOW TICKET (On Day of Show Only) THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR: FAIR INFO UNE : ..... TICKETS ON san : NOW  195 RUSSELL AVE. 257-4104 -LUA luesoay, July 11, ZU i;IMP Irlk NWS Lassen Three members added to Clear Creek's Gd Brown Sff Wdter The Board of Directors of the Clear Creek Community Ser- vices District (CCCSD) got three new members at the board's monthly meeting Wednesday, July 12. Luann Rainey was appointed to the position by the Lassen County Supervisors and Mike Ceaglio and Charlotte Fraund were voted in that evening. The board was left with only two members after Chairman Tom Rude and board member Dave Dean resigned from their positions effective June I. The third member, Jim DeLong, did not show up for three meetings in a row which removes him from the board by default This left the district with no way to do business. An appeal to the Board of Supervisors reme- died the problem when they ap- pointed Rainey, who was sworn in to the position as soon as the meeting was called to order. The first action item on the agenda was to seat two other board members. There were five applicants for the spots, three of whom were present. Ceaglio, Denise Rickert and Patricia Grogan each introduced them- selves to the public. Ceaglio was nominated first and was voted in unanimously. He has been in the area for 25 years, works for the county and is a volunteer firefighter. He said he was "interested in serv- ing the community of Clear Creek." Fraund was also nominated and voted in unanimously. She has been in the area for more than 15 years and is the widow of former firefighter, Walter Fraund. She was absent due to a death in the family. Ceaglio was sworn in after the voting and got right to business with the rest of the agenda. Fraund will be sworn in at the next meeting, Wednesday, Aug. 2, at 7 pm. upstairs in the Clear Creek Fire Hall. Rickert commended the beard on its choices and said she was happy about the decision. Gro- gan left. All three seats will be up for election in November. The board is now chaired by William Tiffin, who has seniori- ty on the board, and he thanked everyone for coming and issued the hope that he would see them every month. As he explains it, "It's much easier to do business when we get input from the pub- lic." Tiffin then went on to offer a pat on the back to all the volun- teer Fire fighters alter which vol- unteer Jeff Allen said "That makes it all worth it." 2'he first item of business for the new board was to approve the Special Tax charges for the 2(D0-2001 year. This is a yearly formality. The second item was to hold a public hearing for the district's budget for 2000-2001. The budget unit total for the water depart- ment is $61,820 while the Fire Department's is $33,580. There were no questions asked or problems raised by the public. Consequently, it was a short public hearing. The final action item of the evening was handled with the board deciding to reimburse Clear Creek homeowner David Ehrke for not receiving services for the past two years but being charged for them. It seems that Ehrke's water line was acciden- tally taken out of service by county workers sometime in the past two years when Ehrke was last at his property. The board voted to refund him two year's worth of charges. Fire Chief John Yderraga re- PEZZULLO, & CO., P.C. Cmifiied Public AountanU Manangement Consultants .dl 1 2213 MAIN ST. * SUSANVILLE \\;i Phoio b), Ga', B 0n Iaon Rliney and Mike Ooaglio were sworn in as Ixl members during the Clear Oreek Community Services District's monthly meeting Wednesday, July 12. ported that he and two of the volunteers were now certified in wildland fire fighting. Yderraga, Sandy Murray and Jeff Allen at- tended the nine-hour classroom and field training at Janesville Volunteer Fire Department, Sat- urday, May 20. Yderraga also reported to be having a problem with the de- partment being billed for cable when they do not have the ser- vice. He is to call the cable com- pany and resolve this. During the public input sec- tion of the agenda the discus- sion centered on old unusable water pipes in the creek that are not part of the system Resident Art Frasier brought up the subject, which initiated a debate between other members of the public. Frasier wanted to know if the district can get them out or arrange for another enti- ty to do it. "The state simply don't have the resources. Call the Federal Fish and Game suggested resident Another resident, it be rusD" pipes in his 20 years and take them out. Former water Mudrich, settled "When the new stalled, Fish leave them so was not disturbed." District don, who works for and takes care Park, said the fered half of the bridge at the park in need of repair, will pay the tioned the ment since it was who installed it. The meeting Tiffin giving taping future ture reference. ThiS action item SOD WITH AN WE DELIVER! WESTERN AND NURSERY "Home of the Sodfather" Lo ca ] I n te r n et ! Local family farming since I Surf the world wide web Get your own E-Mail address 19.95/mo. Unlimited access on local numbers Additional fees and hook-up costs may apply See sore b deai! Premium quality blends most suitable for your area Kentucky Bluegrass, Dwarf Fescue, Fine Fescue Call for our complete "how to" brochure of toll free with any questions. TOLL FREE (800) 532-6200 REN0, NEVADA www.westernturf.com \\; \\; AT THE LASSEN COUNTY FAIR SATURDAY, JULY 22, 7:30 PM FEATURING / o FESTIVAL SEATING.......$12.00 BOX SEATING ...........10.00 RESERVE SEATING ......8.00 ADULT GEN. ADMISSION ...6.00 CHILD & SENIOR GEN. ADMISSION .. ...4.00 FREE Gate Admission with PRE, SALE SHOW TICKET (On Day of Show Only) THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR: FAIR INFO UNE : ..... TICKETS ON san : NOW  195 RUSSELL AVE. 257-4104