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The Adams County Record on the forest to operate, maintain and improve the facilities and programs. Currently, these .sites are used by Forest Service personnel on an as needed basis. Each administrative site has several building facilities, some of which would remain available for Forest Service personnel, while others would be available for rent. Pictures of all of these proposed rental cabins can be found on the Payette National Forest webpage. At this time, comments are being accepted on the new rental cabin proposals. Please send your comments to Jane Cropp, Payette National Forest Recreation Program Manager, 800 West Lakeside Avenue. Comments will be taken for the next six months, until March 2013. All new fee proposals will be presented before The cabin at Paddy Flat - one of three proposed for occasional rental to the public. Wednesday, October 10, 2012 Page 3 a citizen's advisory committee, the Idaho BLM Resource Advisory Committee (RRAC). Committee members represent a broad array of recreation interest groups to help ensure that the Forest Service is proposing reasonable and publicly acceptable fee changes. The public is welcome to attend and comment at all advisory committee meetings. The next Idaho RRAC meeting is expected to be held the first part of 2013. The exact meeting time, location and agenda will be announced on the Payette National Forest website and through the local media. These fee proposals will also have extensive reviews by both the Forest Service Regional and Washington Offices. In 2004, Congress passed the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act which allows the Forest Service to retain funds collected at certain recreation sites and use these funds locally to operate and maintain and improve these sites. Before the Forest Service received the authority to retain funds locally, all fees collected by the Forest Service went to the national treasury. If approved, the cabins would be placed on the National Recreation Reservation Site for rental information and reservations. People can make reservations via toll free number (877) 444- 6777 or online at www. For more information, questions or comments about any of these rental cabin fee proposals, please visit the Payette National Forest website at: http:// www. or contact Jane Cropp at .(208) 634-0757. Birth Annoucement Welcome Claire Amie and Kelly Farrens are proud to announce the'arrival of Claire Ann Farrens, who was born September 5 at 12:14 at ST. AIphonsus hospital in Boise. Claire weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces and was 19 inches long .at birth. Proud Grandparents are Gary and Lorrainne Farrens of Cambridge, Id. And Paul and Carole McCall of Council, Id. Mother, father, and baby are all doing fine! 1310 SE I stAve.Ontario, Open Mon - Sat 11 am to 9pm Closed Tuesdays Sunday - 12pm to 9pm 406 Illinois Ave, Council Y Whether You Run A 5-star Restaurant orA Hot Dog Stand Advertise.your eatery for just $10 a week* *$ I0 a week pricing requires rnimum 8 week commitment -- ad design included, ads will be printed in color at our discretion. I I IT I