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Bear Lake Calendar of Events
2015 Fall Newsletter
To: ALL BEAR LAKE RV PARK LOT OWNERS
RE: ABANDONMENT OF ROADS, STREETS OR HIGHWAYS
Letter from Cindy Garner, Bear Lake County Clerk
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Idaho Code #40-203 the Board of Bear Lake County Commissioners intend to abandon the following roads, streets or highways in T16S, R43E, S10, Boise Meridian: that portion of Cemetery Road westerly of the archway; all of Bear Lake Lane; all of Yarrow Circle; all of Sunflower Circle; all of Arnica Circle; all of Aster Circle; all of Buckwheat Circle; all of Buttercup Circle; all of Camas Circle; all of Firewood Circle; all of Larkspur Circle; all of Mallow Circle; all of Primrose Circle; all of Sego Circle, and generally known as the streets and roads of Bear Lake RV Park (all Lots), within the County of Bear Lake, State of Idaho. A public hearing will be held on the matter on the 14th day of December, 2015 at 39 S. Fielding Rd., Paris, Idaho at 1:30 p.m. Any person desiring to present evidence or make argument may attend or provide written statements or evidence to the Bear Lake County clerk no later than three business days prior to the meeting. Testimony will be limited to 5 minutes per person.
Respectfully, Cindy Garner (208)945-2212 ext. 5
Note from Bona:
Bear Lake Park Owners. When the County took our section of Cemetery Road in 2014, because of the way the law was written, they had to declare all of our roads public (so in essence we have had no private roads since then). They also agreed to hold another hearing to abandon the roads within the park proper so that we would have our private roads restored which they had failed to do. This summer I wrote a letter on behalf of the Board to the County Commissioners complaining that they had not lived up to their end of the bargain. I talked with the County Clerk in October and she stated that they would be holding a hearing in December to do just that. Part of that process (under the abandonment law) was they had to notify all property owners of that action so if anyone wanted to contest it they could.
This American Goldfinch can be seen in the Park all year long.
This handsome little finch, the state bird of New Jersey, Iowa, and Washington, is welcome and common at feeders, where it takes primarily sunflower and nyjer. Goldfinches often flock with Pine Siskins and Common Redpolls. Spring males are brilliant yellow and shiny black with a bit of white. Females and all winter birds are more dull but identifiable by their conical bill; pointed, notched tail; wingbars; and lack of streaking. During molts they look bizarrely patchy.
Do you have a picture of a bird you have seen in the Park & would like to share it? Send your picture & description if you know it to: firstname.lastname@example.org