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

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A-14 - SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 2004 WEATHER U-DAY FOW CAST TODAY Sunny to parity cloudy and vtrywirm. TOMQHT Mainly dttr. MONDAY Mostly tunny and continued warm. TUESDAY Planty of tunshlna. SUN AND MOON REGIONAL WF.ATHF R Sungettonlpht 8:19 p.m. Moonwt today' 11:32 a.m. MOON PHASE N«w Pint Full Last • ft ft* Mar. 20 Mar. 26 Apr. 5 Apr. 11 ALMANAC UMrfi through JpmlMurtty TMnptratur* Low .............................................. 43° wmrntfi^sssii^smsBismtf Normal low ..................... •••—••;;••• 41 ° Rtoord low ...................... 26" In 1913 PraelpHatton .............. 0.17" j^ajontoidate .......~.^""J.r*3i.42^ Normal season to date 32.41" All forecasts and maps provided by AcouWe«trt»r, Inc. W004 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL CALIFORNIA CITIES City AMM wwn Anjlgch WWJWG Atascadero Barstow Bishop iurbank QvWOiira Carplnterla Chlco OfUWWOTy Death Valley Enclnitas EiwiiuruO Eureka Fresno Indlo Irvwr Hollywood Lodl LOTP Lond Beach Mammoth Modesto MtfWl Montere 1 Today Hl/Lo/W WWW 78/51/s Mon. Hl/Lo/W 81/47/s "fWI/f" 86/57/S WBMf 78/41 /s ' 79/51/9 83/45/pc 89/57/9 82/54/c 69/5 1/c 80/51/s 80/38/9 WSSIt 80/54/8 *W«OT 72/50/c '7*8978 81/50/s 93/57/s 69/56/c 7WBW 81/44/pc 82/52/s 95/57/s nnm 80/56/c ! WW* 80/49/9 BB/B07* 76/57/c 77W6 69/31/S mmn~ 80/50/S 80/S6/6 66/51/8 93/57/S JWSSS 73/55/c 77^8 60/41/pc 81/4KI 80/50/9 mm 96/57/9 78/8W6 80/58/8 "7S48W"- 79/48/9 70748/8 77/57/c 77S8/8 67/27/3 81747/i 80/48/9 53/58/8 70/50/s 7fffli/e City NIHH Needles " Today Hl/Lo/W 8WW8" 89/57/9 Mon. Hl/Lo/W BWWi 90/58/s Ontario Oxnard PnnnHjIninyo Pasadena PUrWSht Potter Valley •jn.*iinia<^ ?•: '• • nfuuuiy Riverside 83/56/9 8T/roe 68/52/c flS^ff 84/55/c P/B5/i 79/45/9 BttSZft 83/54/9 83/56/8 71/52/c '' 81/57/S BW8OT 78/44/8 83/54/9 Sallnag 72/52/9 S T'tfii'Biui'UHMt- " - cM/Rlln ' i DWIIaiWHIw OwWWO San Diego 70/58/c 88fi FfflfllfRB fliTBara San Francisco 69/55/s 75/49/9 8wswr 68/58/c San Luis Oblspo 76/50/s SlrtRilSe! 79/4878 Santa Ana 74/56/c BInta Barbafa e8/BO« Santa Cruz 71/52/9 BSn1iM6n»8 8B/86/6 Santa Rosa 80/46/9 62/32^)0 80/48/S 62/32/pc 73/58/c 81/49/9 75/48/s B2/55/9 80/50/9 79/43/1 75/37/9 8097P 75/54/9 rmm 80/49/c 72/56/c Stockton Tart6B Valley Torrance 73/51/9 70/B7AS 81/46/9 60/26/8 78/47/s 74/53/c Vallelo Visalla wiiiira Yosemite Valley 80/46/s 83756/8 80/50/s 7W437* 74/37/s 67/31/06 Weather (W): 9-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, ah-showers, t-thunderstorms, r- raln, si-snow Hurries, sn-snow, l-lce. Ukt Mwuloclno - Lake level: 742.90 feet; Storage: 77,543 acre-feet (Maximum storage 122,500 acre-feet) Inflow: 567 cfs Outflow: 156 cfs Air quality - n/a *ro f»«ym*nt till 8« 'O4 CO./V.C.) 509 B. State St. "Limited Ukiah 1892-2004 Tax Contintu4from 'Page A-l major decisions, concerning the government finance, and consistent with existing provisions of the California constitution that give the people the right to vote on fiscal changes, the people of the State of California want the right to vote upon actions by the state government that take tax dollars from local governments. 'This measure would let the voters have the final say on proposed actions by the state Legislature that would further reduce local funding sources," the initiative said. The measure would require voter approval before the state government can take local revenues for state purposes, rather than local uses. The initiative said that the act would send a message to the Legislature that if funds are taken from local governments, they would be reimbursed, and would require voter approval of any state programs which may reduce funding for local services. The initiative listed property tax, vehicle license fees and sales tax as revenue that the state would be limited in taking, should the initiative pass. According to the report, the act would not raise taxes, increase local government funding or reduce funding to schools. City Council members reported at Monday night's meeting that they will be making more public appearances to collect signatures. Gangs Continued from Page A-l sheet suggests parents do not allow their children to write gang names, symbols or any other gang graffiti on their books, papers, clothes, bodies, walls or any other place. Last, but not least, as mentioned in a previous Frank Zeek newsletter, "Do not buy or allow your children to dress in gang style clothing. If your children dress in gang style clothing they are expressing an interest in gangs and will attract the attention of gangs, and could be putting themselves in danger," states GRIP. And as always, "Be a good example," GRIP states. Quake bill criticized Associated Press PASO ROBLES, Calif. (AP) — A seismologist on the state Seismic Safety Commission said the proposed easing of earthquake safeguards in community college buildings could endanger lives. Commission Vice Chairwoman Lucy Jones, who directs the U.S. Geological Survey office in Pasadena, issued the denunciation while discussing a bill by state Sen. Jack Scott, D-Altadena, that would exempt community colleges from the same safety standards that apply to kindergarten through 12th grade schools. Modifying the Field Act "would end up by costing people's lives," Jones said. 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