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Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePres,~ Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015 3A ili Debra Moore O Staff Writer dmoore@plumasnews.com The Plumas Board of Supervisors meeting Jan. 13 opened with some good BOAI .I) ()F news -- Frontier SU PEILVIS( )RS Communications will pay to P,,OUN 1 )UP underground its lines along the Highway 89 corridor in effort designed to coordinate Greenville. with Caltrans' work this Public works Director Bob year. Perreault made the Pacific Gas and Electric Co, announcement following a earmarked funds to conference call with underground its power lines, representatives from the but, last October, Frontier company, announced that it couldn't "They had a desire to find a justify the cost, which ranged solution to our present from $275,000 to $1.2 million impasse," Perreault said. depending on the scope of Placing utility lines work. The lesser amount underground is part of would underground the Greenville's beautification company's lines located along ข the Highway 89 corridor During two public hearings, Frontier officials reiterated that they would he unable to participate, so last Tuesday's annuuncPment from Perrea u] t ~ as ',~, elcom; news. "This is good news," Born d Chairman Kevin Goss said during an interview following the meeting. "It's pretty exciting; now we can get a portion of the projecL done." Goss had chailenged Frontier representatiyes during the public hearings and questioned their commitment to supporting the communities where thex have a presence. And while he says he would have liked Frontier to participate more fully in the project, Goss is pleased that the main highway corridor will be beautified. When asked why Frontier clhanged its position, Goss said he didn't know. During an interview tbllowing the meeting, Tressa Bader, vice president and general manager for Frontier's California properties, said, "We've always been looking at a solution for both parties. I think what we came up with struck a good balance." $500 contribution The supervisors voted to take $500 from the county's contingency fund to support an effort by the Sustainable Forest Action Coalition and Chico State University to include economic and social impacts in forest project documents. "This is a special, one-time project," said Supervisor Lori Simpson, who attends the coalition's meetings. Results certitied Whitehawk Ranch residents passed a special tax for maintenance, repairs, operations and upgrades for their community services district. The $200 annual tax passed by the required two-thirds with 66 voting "yes" and 16 voting against the assessment. Voter turnout totaled 70.69 percent. The supervisors certified the election results during their weekly meeting. Positions to be filled During other board business, three department heads received approval to tall vacant staff positions. Probation will hire an administrative assistant; social services will be seeking a benefits counselor; and the alcohol and other drugs department will select a substance use disorders specialist. Appointments At the request of Supervisor Sherrie Thrall; the board appointed Barbara Scally to the Chester Cemetery District board of directors, replacing Wayne Lichti. LNF announces proposal for OSV use designation The Lassen National Forest reports it is beginning to prepare an environmental impact statement for the designation of over-snow vehicle use, in order to comply with Subpart C: Use by Over-Snow Vehicles, of the Forest Service Travel Management Rule. The intent of this part of the rule is to designate national forest roads, trails and areas where OSVs are allowed, restricted and prohibited on national forest system lands. The Forest Service's goal in designating OSV use on the Lassen National Forest is to ensure that the use of OSVs is well managed -- with a system that ensures access, minimizes natural resource impacts and user conflicts, and promotes the safety of all forest visitors. OSV use that is inconsistent with these designations would be prohibited under 36 CFR part 261. The overall objective of this proposal is to provide a manageable system of trails and areas designated for OSV use within the Lassen National Forest, consistent with and to achieve the purposes of Forest Service Travel Management Rule at 36 CFR Part 212. As an important step in preparing the environmental impact statement, the Forest Service has prepared a "proposed action," which serves as a point from which to continue dialog with the public about this project. At this time a decision has not been made regarding the project. The Forest Service encourages anyone who is interested to participate in this process and requests comments about any issues with the proposed action or suggestions on how issues might be resolved. To ensure comments are fully considered during the scoping phase of this project, they are requested by Feb. 15. Additional comments are welcome throughout the planning process. "We look forward to active participation from all interested groups, organizations and individuals Effective stewardship of the Lassen National Forest is a dynamic process, and we welcome comment and the open sharing of ideas," said Forest Supervisor Dave Hays. For additional project background, supporting information and how to comment, visit the project website at http://bit.ly/lIOHIoR. For more intbrmation contact Christopher O'Brien, public services officer, at 257-2151. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. • M-F Closed" Sat. & Sun. (530) 258-2261 preฐ'= scriptions on-line, _71 Main St., Suite "A" • Chester Order e-maih chester @lassendrug.com WEDNESDAY MEANS ONLY ONE THING: ier enhances communi ions Frontier Communications pleased to offer fast U.S.-based workforce. has upgraded its network in connections and great valueBusiness owners and the Lassen View Drive to our customers." managers can call 800-921-8102 neighborhood of Lake Tavis said Frontier now toll-free for information about Almanor. Frontier's general off~r's residential speeds of up acquiring business-class manager for northern to ] 2 megabits per second speeds. California, Gary Tavis, said through Frontier's Subsidies from the federal the project gives local Broadband Ultra service to Connect America Fund made families new opportunit ies to residents around Lassen the project possible. The leverage the lnternet's View Drive. Businesses may Federal Communications learning, entertainment and have access to service of up to Commission has said commercial strengths. 15 Mbps download and up to 2 broadband service is "Frontier Communication:, Mbps upload. Frontier also necessary for citizens to seek remains committed to offers speeds up to 1 gigabit full participation in the providing leading-edge through its Ethernet nation's economy and society. services to northern platform. To expand broadband service, California communities," Residents can call 257-1815the FCC transformed the Tavis said. "Local residents for information about service telephone-focused Universal and businesses know acces~ options. All Frontier products Service Fund into the CAF. to broadband services is and services receive 24/7/365 For more information visit critical, and Frontier is support from a 100 percent west.frontier.corn/ca. About Frontier Communications Frontier Communications Corp. 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