The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on June 1, 1979 · 26
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I I 1 1 I I Page B2 - THE SACRAMENTO BEE — Friday June 1 1979 Rural Schools Face Funds Squeeze By KEN PAYTON Bee Staff Writer Growing enrollments in Northern California's rural schools have many administrators worried that double sessions and portable classrooms may become permanent fixtures There are two parts to the problem: People are moving in great numbers to the rural areas particularly the Sierra foothill counties th The ition 13 tax initiative curtaiiedPrsterksvi districts ability to raise money for permanent school buildings Although the state-wide trend is toward reduced school enrollments the foothill school districts are growing so fast that they have insufficient classrooms to house the students They have only enough money for double sessions or purchasing portable classrooms Somehow administrators say the state Legislature must come to the rescue with money for developing new school sites Many of them say however this will be difficult in this era of fiscal conservatism when support for legislation must come from the metropolitan areas most of which are losing students "Education is not top priority now" said Bob Edwards superintendent of the Buckeye and Mother Lode Union School Districts sprawled along busy Highway SO west of Placerville "Parents with school children are in the minority -Maybe in five years after we're all on double sessions we'll get the support" One hope is the omnibus school financing bill ABS authored by Sacramento Democrat Leroy Greene Supported by the state-wide Coalition for Adequate School Housing the bill would earmark I percent of all construction permit fees for an annual $150 million school building construction fund School districts could qualify for matching funds according to long-standing state criteria The bill would make available another $15 million for buying a school district's portable classrooms which the state would then lease back to the districts until they no longer needed them A third provision of the bill would allow school districts to set aside one-half of I percent of their annual budgets for maintenance which the state would match dollar for dollar Already at least one public school campus in the foothills of El Dorado County — the Green Valley School in the Rescue Union School District — consists entirely of nine portable classrooms because student housing is so short Superintendent Gaylen Freeman says he has six other portables in the district and plans to open nine more in September including a new portable Green Valley School campus to be relocated at Bass Lake and Green Valley Roads By WAYNE WILSON Bee Staff Writer Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Robert W Cole Thursday summarily denied a defense motion to strike five of seven felony sex perversion counts against Dr William E Miof sky Miofsky's attorney Donald P Dorfman promptly notified Cole he will seek a change of venue and said outside the courtroom -The pressure is too great to have further court pro By PAM SLATER Bee Staff Writer Shaded by a 40-foot-tall century-old village oak developer Henry Urrutia pointed to the surrounding grassy nature area off Discovery Park and described Thursday the DO-berth marina he would like to build there The 68-year-old Urrutia is no stranger to marinas Last January the city sunk his proposed 616-berth Garden Marina that he had planned since 1965 That 122-acre site on the American River is located less than a mile from where he was standing four months later with renewed hopes Urrutia explained his marina revival to representatives from the city and county the press and two environmental agencies during a one-hour field trip conducted by the Environmental Council of Sacramento The new Sacramento River site once proposed for a marina by the county would not have the kinds of environmental problems that led to the defeat of his previous attempt Urrutia said The Sacramento River he said has been described by environmentalists as more appropriate for marinas Urrutia has proposed a swap of his 122 acres for the cotmty's 32-acre site on the Sacramento River Marina architect John Harvey Carter said "Obviously it's not going to be a straight across-the-board swap" The county would have to pay for some of the Urrutia land he said - But Urrutia aware of the scarcity of park bond money said that he wouldn't ask for immediate payment "We're flexible We don't need a lot of money We could wait 10 15 years" The swap would have benefits for both the county and the city Carter said The county could add the acreage to the American River Parkway and the $6 million inverse condemna A41APqa e ” :4P c s d- 11 r '" Lia 7t 141 Students at Green Valley School attend all of their classes in portable buildings The Rescue district grew 20 percent last year and another 25 percent since school opened in September In Nevada County children from Alta Sierra and Lake of the Pines in the Pleasant Ridge Union School District have been on double sessions since September when school opened with 150 more students than the previous year Pleasant Ridge is the fastest-growing district in Nevada County It claims 50 percent of the western half of the region where 4000 residential subdivision lots are in the planning stages and less than 50 percent of an additional 2000 approved residential lots have been developed Superintendent James Meshwert said he would need at least four new classrooms next year if growth continues at its present rate unless district trustees devise a different plan "Low-cost facilities" he observed "generally become high maintenance facilities What we need is a method for funding long-range facilities" Throughout the Sierra its the same Nevada Union High School will build a school with funds that became available before Proposition 13 was passed But district business manager Ty Blount says "by the time it's built we'll need another if our growth Miofsky Charges Upheld Venue Change Sought ceedings in this town" Cole scheduled a hearing on the change of venue motion for June 12 "I'd like to move this to a different setting where it isn't under constant scrutiny by the press outside the broadcast range of the local television stations and outside the circulation area of the local newspapers" Dorfman said He did not specify his preference but indicated it would have to be an area roughly equivalent to Sacra men Urrutia Shows Where He Wants Marina On Sacramento tion suit filed by Urrutia in 1977 against the city would be dropped he said The latest proposal is located within city jurisdiction but on the 32 acres of county land along the Sacramento Guilty Plea In Slayings Case Della Hunt 28 one of four persons charged with the 1978 deaths of two parolees who had links to the Charles Manson family has pleaded guilty to being an accessory to a felony and assault with a deadly weapon Superior Court Judge Rothwell Mason referred Mrs Hunt's case to the county probation department for a report and sentencing for June 27 Deputy District Attorney Ken Hake asked Mason Wednesday to dismiss the other charges against Mrs Hunt including conspiracy to murder one count of murder two counts each of kidnapping and burglary and three counts each of robbery and assault with a deadly weapon The other defendants in the case are Mrs Hunt's husband Chester Lee Hunt 29 Robert Harry Chrisman 25 and Donna Lorene Bierer 28 They ' are accused of killing James Terrill Craig 38 and Edward Albert Barajas 27 who were left in the trunk of a burning gasoline-doused car early Nov 15 on the Garden Highway Barabas was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head Craig was in critical condition at the University Medical Center for a month before he died Dec 22 His jaw had been shot away his buttocks burned off in the auto tire and his right arm and three fingers of his left hand amputated at the hospital - t ' 417 ck $ez 04' elf t owp : t4 1- V - "' peplydor - ”' ' va-10 (ii"mCwh1”e 1 vs - -- - 4 -ir t - - :C- "0 i a: c et it' r:-abo - 7 '"It continues" The four schools in the Placer Union High School District are jammed 1400 eyond capacity according to Superintendent John Mytes In the El Dorado Union High School District all three schools are on double sessions We have the students but no money" said Superintendent Herb Hemington "We're almost a high school short now with 3500 students but with facilities for only 2500" Hemington said he expects 5000 students in 10 years most of whom will come from the rapidly-growing foothill elementary school districts such as Rescue Buckeye and Mother Lode Last fall the state Department of Education reported an overall decrease in student population of 28 percent However almost all of that occurred in the metropolitan school districts in Alameda Sacramento San Francisco San Mateo Mann Orange Los Angeles Santa Barbara and Santa Clara counties Increases showed up in Alpine County (28 percent) Amador (14) Calaveras (65) Colusa (18) El Dorado (56) Lake (31) Lassen (14) Madera (47) Mariposa (40) Mono (41) Nevada (16) Plumas to in demographics Miolsky is accused of committing sex crimes againSt six patients he had anesthetized :f0 surgery at Sutter Memorial Hosdkal The allegf:d attacks all took place in the operating suites at the hospital and involved females ranging in age from 12 to 66 In his motion to have five of the seven counts against Miofsky dismissed Dorfman attacked the sufficiency of the evidence River and just north of the pablic boat ramp at Discovery Park Urrutia's preliminary plan is to widen the area around the public boat ramp whose users would share a common boat access to the Sacramento River with marina boaters He would then begin a dredging program that would clear out about four to five acres of fill a year until a 25-acre basin had been dredged The first phase would berth about 125 boats he estimated The county is examining Urrutia's proposal and plans to meet with the developer next week Don Nance head of the county's Parks and Recreation Department said Environmentalists who came out strongly against Urrutia's previous Mather Drug Rap Brings Hard Labor A third Mather Air Force Base security policeman has been sentenced to hard labor and a bad conduct discharge following his court-martial on drug offenses Thursday Airman 1st Class William 3 Casey 21 is one of the six enlisted men and an officer of the 320th Security Police Squadron who were relieved of duty following a drug abuse investigation by the Air Foree's Office of Special Investigations in January Casey was found guilty of two counts of transferring cocaine In addition to the other penalties he was reduced to the rank of airman basic during his six months of hard labor and will have all pay and allowances forfeited during that period Last week Airman John L Daloise 18 was found guilty on two charges of LSD transfer and a single count of marijuana transfer He also received a bad conduct discharge and a year of hard labor Senior Airman Kevin L Johnson 21 was found guilty on a single cocaine transfer charge and received a four-months hard labor sentence with a bad conduct discharge p — "" kn I m4s r 1 sk I I I C- s 4 --i !ol- 1 t- c ' 4 zA - --‘ 11 r -- 00 Ap st z I ' i 104-1-- it 1 s - - 14: 44 --- 44 4 '4 t 9 0' - f k2 i! - '7 -- -- 6144 t g4 N 4 -0' N VV!1 sikt 111i1' A " 4t s:0- 4 - : 41 44 - - " 44- : itte ' Ab 4 It- I- A 4 06) Siskiyou (26) So lano (38) and Tuolumne (11) Until May 18 these school districts that were outgrowing their facilities could with the cooperation of city councils and county supervisors impose fees on residential developers according to the number of building permits issued For example the Rescue district has collected $118000 that way the El Dorado high school district 8700000 and Pleasant Ridge 8157000 The money could be used only for temporary or pertable facilities But on May 13 that source of funds apparently dried up for the districts that had not been imposing the fees before passage of Prop 13 The state attorney general ruled then that the fees were "special taxes" and under Prop 13 could be imposed only after a two-thirds majority in the district voted for them The question remains whether a district that was imposing the fees prior to Prop 13 can impose them on new subdivisions Until new laws are passed there is no other possibility for funds to finance new buildings One count based on an alleged victim's clairned memory of the attack was "inherently incredible and her testimony was impeached by another witness" Dorfman argued Another based on hypnosis-induced recall of events on the operating table was not supported by a proper legal foundation as to its reliability Dorfman claimed and the two counts involving the minor child "would never have stood alone" but for the publicity surrounding the case he said marina attempt said they haven't taken a stand on the latest proposal Karolyn Simon president of the environmental council said that the same concerns over water quality and the close proximity to prime fishing waters at the confluence of the Sacramento and American rivers would still be an issue John Anderson of ECOS said the proposed marina area is a nature area filled with small valley oaks "There are only two or three places in Sacramento where significant oak tree reproduction is going on" As for the old marina site on the American River the developers plan to let it revert to a natural state "It would be a nice place for ducks" Lirrutia said NA YIN'S INTERNATIONAL HONG KONG CUSTOM TAILORS MP 5 AN CN tenor CNI NO AI 1115 NIII RUIN 1115 PION II NIP lipORDER FALL WARDROBE NOW SUITS FROM 14300 mans Flo 10500 sucks ROM 4300 SMITS FROM 11100 PUISPOSTAGt WE FIT ANY SIZE ioos oumtaterno SATISIACTION FOlt APPOINTmENT CALL PITER NAVIN ME WOODLAKE INN L ON NI 160 AT CANTERSURY TILL 92242S1 1 t V th ww I w - I il Us Sues 3 Firms' Over Pay Three Sacramento area businesss are being sued by the federal government for allegedly failing to pay more than $50000 in overtime to their employees The civil suits announced Thursday by the U S Labor Department are against: OMEC Corp of Rancho Cordova doing business as C & C Wreckers The Sacramento office of Labor's Wage-Hour division alleged that the business failed to pay $23157 in overtime to 21 scrap metal workers Arnold L Brink and Ernest N Marini doing business as Pollock Pines Ready Mix and Folsom Like Ready Mix The government alleged their business failed to pay "proper overtime" totaling $21 - In to 25 workers Center Enterprises operating as Center Wholesale wholesaler distributors of builder materials with operations at I'M Arden Way and in Oakland and San Francisco The labor department alleges that Center failed to pay 0602 in overtime Ken Flating OMEC treasurer said the company did pay overtime and would contest the suit in federal court He added it was a "matter of interpretation" on the way it was paid Marini said "We think they are wrong and have our attorneys on it" Charles Klinedinst Center's attorney said "we really don't know much about the suit yet" But he added he expects to discuss it soon with the government The Labor Department is asking the court to order the companies to pay all overtime it alleges is unpaid and in the case of Ready Mix also is asking for an amount equal to the wage claim in "liqidated damages" Bank In Fair Oaks Robbed An armed man in jogging attire robbed a Fair Oaks bank Thur sday and fled in a stolen automobile Witnesses told sherifrs deputies that a man brandishing a pistol leaped over a counter at Crocker National Bank 8S63 Madison Avenue and emptied several teller drawers He then took a customer's car keys and fled in her car The vehicle was found abandoned a short time later on nearby Illinois Avenue The amount of money taken was not reported BW wNia ANNOUNCES OUR NEW STORE at 6124 Desimore Lane near Greenback A Auburn OPEN EARLY JUNE ha) per Drug Stores 1:1110 tpliat --11°°j SW FECES ECM MAY 1:3 AY J:11 st Isti ktex cly SANYO--- 12"a BLACK &WHITE TV ACDC (-11 rt-1 Plop WU AC wall outlet or the car cigarette hghter with adapter inctuded 1l1041 Solid State General Electric kclia PORTA-COLOR TV 1 0" WWI Solid State chassis 0 0 Automatic color control le-line picture tube Model VHF "Pre-set" tine tuning ISAA9406 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER Great addition to your stereo 0 0 0 system Stilt line tape head design rJJ Nadel Iliumiluted program indicator ID8SW-2 TV SET NOT INCLUDED 11(13j) " I Fli i )1 :5) VNP Oitiow-mmol Vkator 2:t Wes "L VISA BEDEVatit— SO Modal 21150 Ist z4 ''''71 r 44iis — - 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The bill would other $15 million I district's portabl the state would th 1 districts until the them A third provisii allow school distr half of 1 percent gets for maintena would match doll Already at lea! campus in the fol County — the Gil the Rescue Unia consists entirely classrooms becal is so short Superintendent says he has six a district and plans September inclu Green Valley Se relocated at Ba Valley Roads Mi oh By WAY? 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