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Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress Wednesday, March 10, 2010 9A Regional job fairs begin March 22 for Lassen, Plumas M. Kate West Chester Editor chesternews@plurnasnews.com "The 14th annual Job Fair will make its rounds to serve Lassen, Plumas, Modoc and Sierra county residents dur- ing the last week of March and first two weeks of April," Brenda Norris, Alliance For Workforce Development hu- man resources consultant, said March 2: The first fair is scheduled for March 22 in Modoc County. It will be held 2 - 6 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial building. "Following the Modoc event there will be three additional job fair offerings for Plumas and Sierra county jobseekers and employers in Chester, Quincy and Graeagle," said Alliance For Workforce Development Business Services Coordina- tor Janelle Hardig. Beginning at the north end of Plumas County, the Chester Job Fair will be held Tuesday, March 30, at the Chester Memorial Hall, on the corner of Gay and Stone streets. The next Job Fair will be held March 31, on the Feather River College Quincy campus, at 570 Golden Eagle Dr. The final Job Fair for Plumas and Sierra county res- idents will be held April 1, at the Graeagle Fire Depart- ment, at 7620, Highway 89 in Graeagle. All three Plumas County Job Fairs will be held 3 - 5 p.m. on their scheduled dates. The final offering in the 2010 job fair series will be held in Lassen County, at the fairgrounds, Saturday, April 10, 9 a.m. - noon; this is the only event offered during morning hours. To R.S.V.P. attendance to a Plumas County fair or to ask questions, call the Workforce Connection in Quincy at 263-1606. Lassen County employers and job seekers may call 257- 5057. Modoc employers and job seekers should call 233-4161 for more information. "The annual job fairs are a collaborative effort of the Workforce Development Team," Hardig said. "And de- spite the economy, we are an- ticipating a good turnout of em- ployers. We recommend that prospective employees each bring 10 resumes to the fair." Hardig also said a special workshop would be provided by the Dlumas Work Connec- tion in Quincy to help job- seekers prepare to meet fu- ture employers. "Resumes Only a Mother Plumas County Department of Social Services and AFWD. Although the program names on the front of the buildings may vary, career and employer services are of- Could Love" will be offered to fered in Modoc, Plumas, all job seekers March 17 at 10 Lassen and Sierra counties. a.m. Call 283-1606 to reserve a General information and seat in the workshop, jobseeker assistance may be She said this year's team members included the Re- gional Occupation Program, Feather River College, the California State Employment Development Department, the 257-5057 Modoc County Modoc Employment Center 221 Main St., Alturas 233.4161 Plumas County Work Connection 1953 E. Main St., Quincy found at the following loca- 283-1606 tions and telephone numbers: Sierra County Lassen County Work Connection Lassen Career Network 306 First St. #1, Loyalton 1616 Chestnut St., Susanville 993-4295 Four counties say forests need revision in travel management Sam Williams differences in OHV use al- there. What Lassen did, out of Staff Writer swillia rns@lassen news.corn Three northeastern Cali- fornia counties have joined with the Lassen County Board of Supervisors in ex- pressing their dissatisfaction with the recently approved Motorized Travel Manage- ment Plans for the Lassen, Plumas and Shasta-Trinity national forests as they seek greater recreational access for off-highway vehicle users. In a joint letter from the boards of supervisors in Lassen, Plumas, Shasta and Butte counties, supervisors wrote, "The proposed plans are unacceptable and need to be revisited." Lassen County District 3 Supervisor Lloyd Keefer has complained loudly about the proposed plan and has repeat- edly asked the Forest Service lowed on the Modoc National Forest when compared to the Lassen, Plumas and Shasta- Trinity national forests. According to information delivered to the board, the Modoc National Forest al- lowed mixed vehicle use on 513 miles of road -- 89.2 per- cent -- within its boundaries. The Lassen National For- est allowed mixed vehicle use on only 9.3 miles of road -- 1.3 percent -- within its boundaries. Keefer also noted there were 504 "dispersed recre- ation sites with motor vehicle access" in the Lassen Nation- al Forest prior to the adoption of the new rules when the number plummets to 65. Keefer said the new rules would restrict "those hunters and fishers who have been camping in their favorite spots for many years." Keefer added he saw "an- to,address his and the .other other red{Iag?' supervisors concerns befor, Wlit tff Lfissen National making a final decision. ForeSt identified only 504 "The letter addresses the lack of coordination we had between the Forest Service and the counties' involve- ment," Keefer said. "I think that's the main issue we need to address." But Keefer also noted the such campsites, the Modoc National Forest found 1,168, and the Shasta-Trinity Na- tional Forest identified 1,252. "Did the Lassen really in- ventory all their dispersed recreation sites?" Keefer asked. "That could be an issue 504 sites, they're only approv- ing 65." "National forests are part of the local fabric," the super- visors' letter read. "Their roads and motorized trails are used for recreation and access to the forest's re- sources. These pursuits gen- erate revenue for our rural communities. Such opportu- nities need to be maintained by all users, including OHV enthusiasts. This goal should be embraced by all, including the Forest Service. We should work together as neighbors to further commu- nity needs. Towards this end, we are requesting the Forest Service to revisit the pro- posed Travel Management planning efforts of the Lassen, Plumas and Shasta- Trinity national forests." The letter also criticized the process used by the Forest Service. "The planning process needs to be ope,,tvanspar- ent and collaborative, espe- cially when prominent pub- lic resources are involved," the supervisors' letter reads. "Unfortunately, the Lassen, Plumas and Shasta- Trinity national forests have only gone through the motions." 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