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4A Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 Chester Progressive Feather River College President and Superintendent Dr. Kevin Trutna speaks to the Board of Supervisors at the special meeting Oct. 24. He, among many others, expressed their opinion about the proposed moratorium on cannabis. The meeting ended with a unanimous vote by the board in favor of the moratorium. Photos by Carolyn Shipp CANNABIS, from page 1A out of our national forests into to the agriculture, industrial and commercial zones where it belongs." While there was public comment from citizens of all ages and walks of life, there were a few comments from county professionals, including Plumas District Hospital CEO Dr. JeffKepple and Feather River College President Dr. Kevin Trutna. "We see no benefit for commercial grows for our students at Feather River College ... we feel it would be detrimental to our students and disrupts their education" said Trutna. Many of the public speakers against the moratorium argued for the medicinal properties of cannabis. Many argued that the moratorium should be placed only on recreational cannabis and exclude medical collectives. "There has never been a problem with people getting medicinal marijuana... FARMERS INSURANCE Homeowners Identity Theft Renters Auto/Motorcych RVs/Boats Health Life Business Bonds Workers Comp "Best Service In Town... Guaranteed/" Linda Rouland / Broker Lic. #0750817 Bob. Rouland / Agent Lic. #0657918 I.,.,r~ce..,;'i~ ~ "r4~ItlM410~r Phone quotes welcome: 530.258.2218 or 800.254.2218 linda@roulandagency.com or bob@roulandagency.com Serving Chester & Lake Almanor Postal service: USPS (No.102-980.) Periodicals postage paid at Chester, CA. PoblisMd: Every Wednesday morning by Feather Publishing Co. Inc. Office location and hours: 135 Main St. #C. Mailing address: P.O. Box 557, Chester, CA 96020. Office is open Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. How to contact us: (530) 258-3115. FAX: (530) 258-2365. Emaih mail@plumasnews.com; website: plumasnews.com Ownership and heritage: The Progressive was established June 30, 1946. Published weekly. It is part of the Feather Publishing family of newspapers serving Plumas and Lassen counties. Deadlines: Display advertising: Thursday 3 p.m.; display classified: Thursday, 3 p.m; legals: Thursday at noon; news: Friday, noon; classified reader ads: Monday 9 a.m.; breaking news: Anytime! To subecdbe: Call (530) 258-3115, come to the Progressive office or use the handy coupon below. Adjudication: The Chester Progressive is adjudicated a legal newspaper by Superior Court Decree No. 5956 and qualified for publication of matters required by law to be published in a newspaper. Postmaster: Send change of address orders to the Chester Progressive, P.O. Box 557, Chester, CA 96020. Michael C. Taborski Linda Hursh, Brenda Sherod Co-Owner/Publisher Classified/Circulation Keri Taborski Cheri Mcln'dre, Becky Brewster Co-Owner/Legal Advertising Advertising Debra Moore Mary Newhouse Human Resource Director, Managing Editor Classified/Circ. Manager Elise Monroe Cobey Brown Bookkeeper Vice Pres./Operations Jenny Lee Tom Forney Photo Editor Production Manager Stacy Fisher, eregg Scott Eva Small Staff Writer Graphics Dept. Manager Member, California Newpaper Pub~shers Asso~ recycled paper P I I i i I l I I I I I I 11 Subscription Order Form Chester Progressive P,O. Box 557, Chester, CA 96020 | Please enter my subecdption for __ years, [~l Enclosed find my check for $ [~l In County $26 per year [~l Out of State $44 per year [~l In California $37 per year, Hame I I I I Add.. I | City, State, Zip I SulNcdptlom can be tramdermd, but ~t r~unded. Ihmmmm-=-----m m-- mm J there is an avenue for that, we don't have to cultivate it," said Sanchez. When it came down to a vote, the board breezed through their yeas and imposed a 45-day moratorium on all cannabis growth, suspending cannabis growth and the establishment of new growth sites in the county. The board will meet again in November to review the moratorium and hold another public hearing to extend it. A moratorium can be extended for a period of up to two years. The board will use however much of that time is necessary to fine tune the cannabis ordinance that the Cannabis Working Group will continue to hash out. The final decision was met with applause by the audience. NOTICE Statewide public notices from participating California newspapers cac be viewed at www.capublicnotice.com or plumasnews.com Public Notice Last Day for Receiving Green Waste at the Chester Landfill The Plurnas County Department of Public Works - Solid Waste Division announces that the Chester Landfill will be closing for the winter season. The last day for receiving green waste at the Chester Landfill will be Saturday, November 4, 2017. Green waste receiving at the Chester Landfill will re-open in the spring of 2018. Published CP Oct. 25, Nov. 1,20171 Order prescriptions on-line, TURKEY, from page 1A Creek Clubhouse located at 433 Durkin Drive, Lake Almanor, and wraps through the paved streets of the quiet neighborhood of Bailey Creek. Runners, walkers, strollers, even dogs -- bring clean-up bags -- are welcome. Those bringing non-perishable food items as a donation to be distributed to local food shelters will receive a chance to win a prize. There will also be prizes for overall first-, second- and third-place i~mishers in the event. Music and fire pits for those who choose to cheer the participants rather than run will be available. Remember, rain, shine, snow, whatever -- this event 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. * M-F Closed Sat. & Sun. (530) 258-2261 A Chester 71 Main St., Suite .... * e-marl: cheste~lassendrug.com is sure to be a memorable addition to your Turkey Day. The $30 entry fee includes all participants receiving a unique, original finisher's medal and all paid participants will receive a commemorative ear-warming fleece headband. Kids under age 10 run free. Registration will start at 7:30 a.m. The Turkey Gobbler starts at 9 a.m. Of course, no one wants to forget the next night, Nov. 24, when residents enjoy "Merchants' Night" as Chester businesses stay open from 5 to 8 p.m., in celebration of the holidays. Another important discussion at the meeting was the need for more members to help meet the guidance and direction rolls for future success of the chamber. With 134 current members, it appears there is a multitude of talent and good ideas in the community that would provide continued constructive direction for the organization. The current board encourages all interested members to comact them about what areas they would like to be involved in. Plumas District Hospital CEO Dr. Jeff Kepple steps to the podium to support the moratorium on cannabis. Kepple read statements from other professional organizations including the county resource center and other hospitals, all in favor of the moratorium. FISH, from page 1A fish," related Hurff. The ramp is probably the closest to the fish pens and greatly reduces the stress to the fish. Once the transfer cage reaches the stock cages, the work begins as a group of AFA volunteers scoop the fish up. with nets and distribute them evenly into the fish cages. This year, the association is using seven of the 10 cages at the site because they didn't want to chance using some that were damaged this past winter. The dedicated volunteers will start the daffy feeding schedule immediately and will continue for the next six months with a plan to release the trout sometime in April 2018. The fish-rearing program was started in 1985 as an idea from Jim Pleau and Ruben Chavez, who were co-owners of the former Lassen View Resort. They started with a two-pen test set-up and it has grown to the current 10-pen facility. For more details of the association's fish-rearing program, contact Jim Pleau at 596-4995 or current AFA President Rich Dengler at almanorfishing@sbcglobal.net. STATE DRIVE UPGRADE FOR JUST II B attery Replacements & I Watch & Jewelry Repair by David Price Drop off and Pick-up at Dare To Be Dazzled 298 Main Street Chester mary ePA