Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 13, 2004 · Page 14
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 14

Ukiah, California
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Saturday, March 13, 2004
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14 - SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 2004 WEATHER THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL 3-DAY FORECAST TODAY 62 Sunny and warm. TONIGHT Mostly dear. SUNDAY 79° 45° Sunny to partly cloudy and continued warm. MONDAY A good deal of sun. SUN AND MOON REGIONAL WEATHER Sunset tonight 6:18 p.m. MtWtWtt&^^^r.i.'Tggfctn. Moonset today 10:35 a.m. Last New First Full Mar. 13 Mar. 20 Mar. 28 Apr. 5 UUih through 2 p.m. Friday Temperature LOW 43 maimiiie?sss^s^^:^^ Normal low .................................... 41 Record low ...................... 26° In 1922 Precipitation Month to date ............................ 0.1 7" Season to date ........................ 31.42" . 20180- Normal season to date ............ 32.20" All forecasts and maps provided by AccuWeather, Inc. O2004 CALIFORNIA CITIES City rrn Antioch Nmi Atascadero Today Sun. HI/LO/W HI/Lo/W Baretow BQWF Bishop 78/48/8 78/51/s vmir^^TMir 82/44/g 83/45/s Tww^wwr 83/54/8 87/56/8 TBWBBP^flWW 78/34/s 79/40/8 Butbank OMBma Carplnteria 77/54/c 82/56/8 wiair' ? wiw 70/50/c 70/50/8 Chlco 80/49/8 79/51/s cmemr B(r -- W pBr^ ! W« Death Valley 90/54/8 93/58/8 -*-*' ^ Endnttas E*condk* Eureka Fresno OHro? Indlo IfWro Hollywood Lodl Long Beach 68/53/pc^ 73/54/Cj 61/44/s 60/43/pc 80/52/8 82/52/8 s 91/57/8 ,95/56/8 77/56/c 82/58/s 80/46/8 80/48/8 72/55/c 78/56/C 67/26/8 69/29/8 CHy Needles Ontario ^ Oxnard__^ Pasadena Potter Valley Mh^oMUMf "V^.V r i-V M0UUMIB Riverside aiSMBtiil tfMianN Salinas San I Today Sun. HI/Lo/W HI/Lo/W 86/55/8 ^ffler 80/54/c -TTW 67/53/c 'WwW 78/53/c °ti7® 81/45/s 'iz«w 81/51/c -'BPiW 76/49/s '11?M» 68/56/c 87/56/8 wsw 84/56/s San Francisco 75/53/s 83/57/a ii«i»r 78/45/s iww»r 85/54/s IOWM 74/50/s WBWr 70/58/c ww 71/54/8 San Luis OWspp 7W7/a^79/!Ma ^ Santa Ana 71/54/c 74/56/c 1 .^ g ' a **^ t -"*riin;itiiifitf '^'""pjfl'fifff fHr' VTWttf1 'mrillfK x '" v SWIM tWDBra /Vminl rWWM "•' Santa Cruz 77/50/s 74/51/8 SirW-Mol^m^'WSBifP^I®!^'^ Santa Rosa 80/45/s 78/46/s Stockton 80/45/s 81/48/s Torrance VaclVllte Valleio 80/47/8 81/49/8 Trawr^www 73/50/s 71/51/s ' Vlsalla 71/57/c 75/58/c Bfwsr '- (fwsTjr 79/46/s 76/46/s 7»S3/r"8WSW 80/48/s 81/50/8 Mammoth MarysVflte Modesto Monrovia Monterey MorfbBay WMther (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-doudy, •h-showers, t-thunderstorms, r- raln, sf-snow (lurries, sn-snow, l-lce. Yosemlte Valley 73/40/8 74/38/s * ^ Lake Mendoclno - Lake level: 742.65 feet; Storage: 77,115 acre-feet (Maximum storage 122,500 acre-feet) Inflow: 362 cfs Outflow: 156 cfs Air quality - Ozone: .046 ppm (State standard .090 ppm) Carbon monoxide: .63 ppm (20.0 ppm) Nitrogen dioxide: .021 ppm (.25 ppm) flrfencfocfno Brigadoon" Starts March 26 Spring Theatre Performances: Fridays & Saturdays, 8 PM, March 26-27, April 2-3 Thursday, April 1 at 7:30 PM; Sunday, April 4 at 2 PM. For Info call 468-3172. 1000 Hensley Creek Road, Uklah Centers In Lakeport & Wllltts Tel: 468-3101 TelReg: 468-3553 City Continued from Page 1 received any correspondence from River Watch making such allegations, Rapport said. If a settlement is reached, the city could be required to pay fines to River Watch. The city and River Watch would then have to reach mutual agreement on using the money for a project that would address the alleged environmental violation dis- cussed in negotiations, Dilworth said. Dilworth said the discussions have been cooperative and that he doesn't believe litigation will be necessary. The nonprofit agency has been widely criticized for its aggressive legal tactics, with claims that River Watch approaches cities for profit. Dilworth denied that the money would go toward funding River Watch. Money instead would be used for projects in and around Ukiah, he said. Within the past two years, River Watch has approached other North Coast cities regarding their wastewater treatment plants, including Willits, Covelo and Fort Bragg. In January, River Watch won a lawsuit against the city of Healdsburg. In that case, River Watch charged the city's dumping treated wastewater into an abandoned gravel pit adjacent to the Russian River had negative effects on the water. The city, also represented by Jarvis, is appealing the verdict. Governor cheers National Guard troops Associated Press FORT IRWIN — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger pumped up morale Friday for about 700 Army National Guard troops preparing to deploy to Iraq. "I play a machine, but you guys are the true machines. You're the true terminators," Schwarzenegger said, standing before Army tanks and uniformed soldiers at the Army's National Training Center. Schwarzenegger's appearance in the desert came as members of the National Guard's 81st Separate Armor Brigade were deploying overseas for the first time since the Korean War. They will conduct security operations, serve as military police and provide humanitarian assis- tance in Iraq. The brigade's 3,500 troops were scheduled for a one-year tour of duty, said Maj. John J. McBrearty, 43, executive officer for the 1st Battalion of the 185th Armor Regiment. Some of the brigade had already deployed, with the remainder shipping out in the coming weeks. Wearing sunglasses and a black jacket, Schwarzenegger drew whoops and cheers as he thanked the troops for their service. 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