Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 8, 1998 · Page 11
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 11

Ukiah, California
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Monday, June 8, 1998
Page 11
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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Communit MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1998 — 11 HazMobile returns to Ukiah June 12 and 13 The HazMobile household hazardous waste collection team will return to Ukiah's north fire station, 1800 N. State Street (next to Mendo Mill) on Friday and Saturday, June 12 and 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Dangerous chemicals that can't go in the trash are accepted by the HazMobile for recycling or special hazardous waste disposal. The service is free to households, but there is a limit of 15 gallons per vehicle per day. The 15 gallon is measured by the capacity of the containers of hazardous materials. If individuals wish to dispose of more than 15 gallons, they must make a special appointment and a charge will be applied. ' Small business waste is also welcome at the collection, but an appointment must be made and a small charge will be applied per gallon of waste. When bringing material to the HazMobile, the public should be careful that items are kept in their original containers (except motor oil), that nothing is leaking, and that all containers are tied down. Toxic items like paint, antifreeze, pesticides, herbicides, pool chemicals, gasoline, solvents, acids, bases, toxic cleaners, household batteries and fluorescent light tubes are accepted by the HazMobile. Explosives and road flares are excluded. The public is asked to take motor oil, oil filters and vehicle batteries directly to Mendocino Recycling Center, 3152 Taylor Drive, Ukiah. The HazMobile collects at some location in Mendocino or Lake counties almost every weekend. The HazMobile will return to Ukiah on July 24 and 25, Sept. 18 and 19, Oct. 23 and 24, and Dec. 4 and 5. The schedule and more information is available by calling the Recycling Hotline, 1-800-246-3939. r-The HazMobile is a service of the Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority, a joint powers agency created by the County of Mendocino and Cities of Ukiah, Fort Bragg and Willits. I, Mental health meeting set i '' !;The regularly scheduled meeting of the Mendocino County Mental Health Board will be held on Wednesday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 1 pin. in the Conference Room of the Mendocino County Library, Willits Branch, 390 E. Commercial St., Willits. Routine reports will be given by Chairman, John Brunges and Mental Health Director Robert Wolf. Of special interest is the board's review and approval of the planning process for the 1998-99 fiscal year. The public is welcome and may use time set aside for community input to speak before the board. The board currently has vacancies in Supervisor District 1, in category Consumer-Direct and Public Interest; District 2, in category Consumer-Direct; District 3, in category Public Interest; and District 4,.in category Public Interest and Consumer-Family. Applications to the board may be obtained by calling the number below. For more information, please call 463-4480. HIV/AIDS meeting set The Mendocino County HIV/AIDS Consortia will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, June .17 at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at the Howard Memorial Hospital conference room in Willits. Items on the Agenda include reports from service providers, and discussions on Standards and Definitions of Care. Purchased Services Guidelines and an Internal Survey for the Consortium and the Fiscal Agent. As always, there is an opportunity for members of the public to comment and/or make announcements. Risk workshop scheduled "Risk Management is the systematic process of managing an organization's risk exposure. In the world of non-profit organizations it is essential that their risk management systems be consistent with its purpose, mission, public interest, human safety, environmental factors and the law. These are vital concerns of top management personnel, line staff and the Board of Directors. Community Resource Connection (CRC), a program of North Coast Opportunities, Inc. (NCO) is offering an introductory workshop on Risk Management for non-profit organizations. This work- shpp will demonstrate how to develop a Risk Management Plan that fits your particular organization. The trainer for this workshop is Bob Marshburn who heads an independent Risk Management Consulting Firm. Marshburn is an Accredited Risk Manager, a Certified Insurance Counselor and a Liability Contract Analyst. He is on the Endowment Board and Advisory Cdmmittee for the College of the Redwoods and a member of the Leadership Mendocino Steering Committee. The Workshop is being held on Thursday, June 11 from 1 to 5 p.m. Rainbow A Pet Faire brings out animal lovers Above, Brittany Buddish cuddles with the newest member of her family at the Rainbow Ag Pet Faire yesterday. At left, Devin Owen makes friends.The Milo Foundation, a non-profit animal sanctuary in Willits, had one of its most successful adoption exhibitions in Mendocino County at the fair, finding homes for nine kittens, three puppies and one adult dog. If you would like more information about adopting one of Milo's many adorable pets please call the Milo Foundation at 459-4900. Photos by Julia Orpheus at the NCO Conference room at 413 North State Street in Ukiah. Fees for the workshop are $25 for CRC members and $40 for non members. Call 467-3204 for additional information or to register for this workshop. Fair guidebooks available This year's Redwood Empire Fair will be held August 13 through 16, but the Exhibitor's Guidebook, detailing rules for each of the Fair's many competition categories, is now available to county residents. The Exhibitor's Guidebook is free and has entry forms that must be completed for all livestock and non-livestock entries during the four day Fair. The Guidebook contains complete information on competitions, entry forms, entry fees, and entry delivery dates. Completed entry forms for all categories are due into the Fair Office on July 21. The Fair does not accept entry forms after that deadline passes. Actual entries are delivered to the Fair closer to the Fair's August 13 opening. For more information call 462-3884. Guidebooks will be available at the Fair Office, the Greater Ukiah Chamber of Commerce, the Farm Advisory, the Farm Bureau, and at the Mendocino County Public Library. For further information you may contact the Fairgrounds Office at 462-3884. PUBLIC NOTICE 435-98 6-8/98 i PUBLIC NOTICE SUMMARY OF ADOPTED ORDINANCE NO. 4007 [ OF THE COUNTY MENDOCINO AMENDING i' 3.04.070 OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY £ CODE - COMPENSATION PLAN Thif-adopted ordinance amends section 3.04.070 of the Mendocino County Code. To be consistent with the salary increase given to County Department Heads, the Board of Supervisors' salary will be increased 2% beginning pay period 14 of the year 1998. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California, on this 2nd daylof June, 1998 by the following vote: AYES: Supervisors Campbell, Peterson, Pinches NOES: None ABSENT: Supervisors Delbar and Shoemaker Fultcopies of the proposed ordinance are available at the Cleft of the Board's Office, 501 Lo w Gap Road, Room 1090, Ukiah, California. JOftN PINCHES, CHAIRMAN JOYCE A. BEARD, Clerk of the Board [•_ PUBLIC NOTICE 390-98 ; 6-1,8,15/98 PUBLJC NOTICE 449-98 6-8,15/98 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Ukiah Unified School District, 925 North State Street Ukiah. Ca 95482, is soliciting bids for the provision of various petroleum products for vehicle use for the 199899 school year. Sealed bids will be received up to but o later than 11:00 am., Monday, June 22,1998. at the Office of Maintenance and Transportation, 710 Maple Street, Ukiah, CA 95482, (707) 463-5233. Bids must be submitted on forms supplied by the District which can be obtained at the Office of Maintenance and Transportation. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive any irregularity or Informality in thebidding. G. Bourke Director of Support Services 20 PERSONALS 120 HELP AMOUR (Euphoria + Ecstasy) * * Romance v * 1-900-420-1133 Ex. 2938 2.99/min. MustbelSyrs. Serv-U 619-645-8434 Beautiful Girls! I! Ready 4 You Live 1 on 1 1-900-884-6700 Ex. 1876 $3.99/min. Must be 18 yrs. Serv-U 619-645-8434 Free To Good Home Love, Peace & Grace. Sunday Mornings, 200 Wabash Ave. 8:30 am, contemporary service & 11 am, traditional service. 462-7795 Help Wanted for starving children North Korea. Please send relief now to World Vision, PO Box 78481 Tacoma, Wa 98481 A SPORTS FANS A Start Your Engines For Sports, Sports, Sports! 1-900-656-2700 Ext. 7961 $2.99/Min. Must be 18+ Serv-U (619) 645-8434 There will be no more Laser Beams and the A.C.L.U. will be a broken twig. Frances 30 LOST& FOUND WANTED 120 HELP The Ukiah Daily Journal does not vouch for the legitimacy of job or moneymaking opportunities advertised in this or other classifications. We suggest that you carefully evaluate such offers and not send any money to these advertisers unless you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer. 21 DEALERS Exp. pref. but will train. Applications can be picked up in personnel office. SHODAKAJ CASINO 7751 N. State St.Uklah FOUND: Male McNab type dog. Brown, young. Vic of Forks area 5/27. 485-5884 Strayed small black & white Boston Terrier. Needs medication. Generous Reward. Vic. Spanish Canyon 462-2221 ARE YOU OUT THERE? HOME CARE: RN's, LVN's. CNA's, HHA's & Companions Any Shins/Anytime STAFF RELIEF: All Levels of RN's, LVN's, and LPT's Please call for more information regarding openings, and see what SPECTRUM HEALTH CARE has to offer YOUI Office house: 5:00am- 6:00pm Classifieds Sell Fast 468-3535 WANTED 120 HELP Accreditation/Quality Management Coordination. F/T. Req: College degree in quality mgmnt or health care mgmnt, 4 yrs QA exp.MA preferred. Exc skills working w/department staff & government agencies. Ability to develop Cl program. Salary DOE, Indian Preference. 707- 485-5115x230 for desc & appl. Deadline 7/3 BANK TELLER The Savings Bank of Mendocino County is creating a pool of applicants for Teller positions to be considered for possible future employment. All applications remain active for a period of six (6) months. Previous cash handling experience preferred. Must be organized and detail oriented. Applications will be reviewed and applicants tested depending on position availability. No phone calls or FAX please. Apply in person at: SAVINGS BANK OF MENDOCINO COUNTY, 200 N. School St., Ukiah, CA 95482. EOE/AA m/f/v/d BLACK BART * CASINO * Now Hiring Exp. Bingo Caller (2) Cashier's Bingo Floor Clerk Bingo Asst. Supervisor Call Ruthi, Personnel Dept. 459-7335 Or apply at 100 Kawi V Place, Willits » WANTED ALASKA SUMMER Employment fishing industry. Excellent worker earnings and benefits. Potential (up to $2,850+/month + room/board). Ask Us Howl 1-517-324-3056 Ext. A74208. Buy/Sell/Trade/Rent In Classifieds! •1 OA HELP l£\J WANTED Cable experience useful for satellite installer & technician positions. Truck required. Paid benefits & vacation. Toll free 888-564-8696 Job Hunting? Find the Job in Classifieds! HELP WANTED Biller $20-$40 Hr. Easy medical billing. Full training. PC/Modem req. 800-942-8141 Ext. 39 Child Care Worker/House Parent for group homo. 6 teenage boys, weekend shift. Send resume to P. O. Box 343 Redwood Valley, 95470 THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by Henri Arnold and Mlko Arglrlon Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. You can pay monthly WHAT PAP PIP WHEN HER TEETH NEEPEP STRAIGHTENING. Now arranno the circled letters lo lorm ihu surprise answer, as suggested by tho above cartoon. (Answers tomorrow) CEASE CLOTH HAIRDO TEAPOT Answer: What the unlucky fisherman hooked I IIS "SOLE" CATCH

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