Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 12, 2004 · Page 16
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 16

Ukiah, California
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Friday, March 12, 2004
Page 16
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16- FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 2004 WEATHER THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL 3-DAY FORECAST TODAY 79° Mostly sunny and warm. TONIGHT 43° Mainly clear. SATURDAY Sunny and warm. SUNDAY 77° 44" Sunny to partly cloudy and vary warm. SUN AND MOON Moonset today ........... 9:47 a.m. MOON PHASES Last New First Full UkMi through 2 pmThundty Temperature REGIONAL WEATHER Sunset tonight . ..... ..... .6:17 p.m . £ MBBUBHI louty 'tTviM 1BSOS i Jfti' Mar. 13 Mar. 20 Mar. 28 Apr. 5 », ALMANAC Low 41" BmUM^I'tttiKF^''""^^'"" < *^ c ^ M '""^'^ T i f ' 1Jpr ^" y TffT^ iwfiiiH rngn ..............<..<....;>..u...., tw Normal low 41" f««BoW11^"S^nK3SS''8r'in i !T91B P Record low 26° In 1922 >»' Month to date ............................ 0.17" .»;7J.r.;^ U Season to date ........................ 31.42" tmtwwwmgn.^.x^&W' Normal season to date ............ 31.99" All forecasts and maps provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2004 CALIFORNIA CITIES Toddy HI/Lo/W Sat. HI/Lo/W Today Sat. HI/Lo/W HI/Lo/W 87/57/s 85/55/s mv^mn 82/52/8 80/54/3 78/45/8 7WWI 84/54/3 WW» 76/38/9 BBrvwB 79/54/S 5T«C» 69/50/C TtWWp 79/50/S Death Valley 90/56/s oaimr^^^Tm^ Enclnltas 69/52/pc BwnB^ it ^ n iwir Eureka 62/41 la R»rw^-'''-'^Bwww r Fresno 78/52/s m^^^^vTmrn Indlo 92/55/s Hollywood 75/55/c Lodl EBfl Long Beach mmiigi Mammoth BBB y |CT Modesto Wi Monter 78/47/s ^ 71/55/c 7vm 65/28/s 7WB ^ 77/47/s /S&K 67/49/s 88/54/s Tvsm 69/53/c 7»n» 59/40/s BPra« 80/50/s jisM 91/51/s 'JSSm' 77/56/c ra»oyff 78/44/s 73/54/c f fmsrs 65/22/s r 7 ^45/ 78/45/s WfSSRr 70/48/s San Francisco W^J!lF ! ^ :W San Luis Obispo Sln^aWF TO "'*' Santa Ana siraii Santa Cruz mmmm Santa Rosa s.'tiKe Stockton Tifl^^ Torrance vse a wr Vallejo Vnrfii Vlsalia 69/53/s 72/49/s 71/53/c 7«a« 69/51/s esis&s 77/45/s BiBS/ 78/46/s ffiWI 70/57/c 79«sj«i 77/48/s 7WBaflr 77/48/s 7lB^ 71/38/s 74/49/s 78/45/s 71/53/c 7i?wr 73/48/s wsm 80/43/s iwaB* 78/43/s yBS?! 71/55/c i3«sr 76/43/s flWSWP 78/46/s 9W)f r 72/31/s Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r- raln, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, l-lce. Uto Mtndoclno - Lake level: 742.30 feet; Storage: 76,516 acre-feet (Maximum storage 122,500 acre-feet) Inflow: 321 cfs Outflow: 115 cfs Air quality - Ozone: .052 ppm (State standard .090 ppm) Carbon monoxide: .80 ppm (20.0 ppm) Nitrogen dioxide: .018 ppm (.25 ppm) Taping Continued from Page 1 Oattenberger told Rickel the situation has created a lot of anger in the district and asked Rickel if the camera was for the public's interest or his own. Gattenberger also suggested to Rickel that an outside source, other than Studio 3, which is owned by Rickel, film the meetings so there would be no editing conflicts. Rickel said district personnel 1 could film the meetings ttiid submit them to the cable company, but that he was going to continue filming them too. However, if the district also filmed the meetings, any unfair editing would be caught on tape, board members said. Rickel told the board he would be willing to train anyone who wanted to learn how to film the meetings, and he also recommended different types of equipment to use when doing so. Former UVFD board member Lou Fortin attended the meeting to suggest that the district consider contacting the Mendocino County Office of Education, which offers Regional Occupational Programs — or did when he was employed there — in filming. Fortin recalled Rickel going through ROP for this purpose and said that if the program is still available it might be a way to take the video taping and editing out of JRickel's hands and put it into "the hands of either district members or ROP interns. The board agreed to let Rickel continue filming the district's meetings and decided it will be exploring its options to do the same. Avian Continued from Page 1 The volunteer program at Clear Lake was instrumental in helping to hold the line against this waterfowl-decimating disease, by shoring up the number of people available to pick up dead birds and slow the spread of the disease. While budget restrictions restricted Fish and Game's ability to respond, volunteers stepped up to the plate and filled the gap, the department said. Avian cholera is lethal to waterfowl and other water birds, but does not affect humans. Biologists were grateful the disease did not spread to other species of ducks and the western grebe populations which numbered in the tens of thousands. Briefly Continued from Page 2 Susan Lindauer, 41, was taken into custody in her hometown of Takoma Park, Md., and made a brief court appearance in Baltimore, where lawyers argued over whether she should be granted bail. She was charged with conspiring to act as an unregistered agent of the Iraqi Intelligence Service and with engaging in prohibited financial transactions with the Iraqi government. The indictment makes no mention of her congressional staff work. She was not directly charged with espionage. She could get up to 10 years in prison on the most serious charge. !F* —^^ URS AN AMBBCAN REVOLUTION On Most New 2004 Chevrolets • ,, Call Dealer for Model Eligibility 0,0% for|C);|riQiit^S-ir^^ approval Of cTe^iMhi^^ Chevrolet?, dali cl^al^r fpt^ejaiil and; mp^el ejigi|jit^ ^H prices plus government fees and taxes, any finance! ; charges and any dealer a!ocMrrif nt preparation charge, emissions testing <pHarge and CA tire fee^ Sale eno> March 14,2004. yv£ Sfdan #422964 2002 Fort Focut #178797 9000 Ford Focus 1999 Dodge Caravan #569009 2002 Subaru Outback #604594 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipw #031203 119,999119,9! 1999 Toyota AvalonXLS #324575 2003 Toyota Echo #034657 1997 Ch«vy Astro Van #135992

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