Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 23, 1987 · Page 3
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 3

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, September 23, 1987
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•THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1987-3 First ste Fourteen-month-old Jessica Huey of Redwood Valley headed straight during an outing to Todd Grove Park Tuesday morning. for the security of mother after taking her first steps into the unknown illicAshiku County gets a $231,000 windfall By RANDY FOSTER Journal Staff Writer Mendocino County should get $1.18 million from a "no-strings- attached" block grant bill passed in Sacramento two weeks ago, a bill Gov. George Deukmcjian is expected to sign. The county also stands to get $574,000 for local courts. In all, Mendocino County will get more than $3.5 million in block grants and other funding from the state. But even now, almost two full weeks since the Legislature closed its most recent session Sept. 11, only a relative handful legislators in Sicramcnto can grasp what actually happened during that flurry of activity. Luke Breit, Assemblyman Dan Mauser's chief of staff, attempted to explain to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday what the county got. Mendocino County stands to get $1,181,976 from the grant, which has been dubbed "bail-out" money. The county came perilously Close to getting only $196,000 from the fund, which would have put the budget some $754,000 in the red. "Fortunately the governor thought the original formula was unfair," said Breit. Instead, Mendocino County received a much-appreciated windfall, almost $231,000 more than supervisors estimated. The final pool was a patchwork of funds, drawing from other sources such as Rural Renaissance to bring the total within range of what Gov. George Deumkejian considered acceptable. Ironically, it was a lobbyist representing Humboldt County who successfully argued the cause of the rural counties. The lobbyist "inadvertently" put in a pitch for Mendocino County in arguing for more money for his client, Breit said. But the Board of Supervisors has been warned not to expect the same kind of bail-out next year. "What it means is don't put it into your budget next year," Breit replied. "But the same thing has been said every year, and the money always comes through." Also as a result of legislative action, Mendocino County's superior and justice courts stand to gain $574,000 from a trial court funding bill that will come into effect next year. The county will get an estimated $1.6 million for its three superior courts and the county justice court system. But in exchange, the county has to pay Sacramento money received in court for fees, fines and forfeitures, minus what is paid to local incorporated cities. That amount is estimated at just over $1 million annually. Breit said staffers are still going through the bill to figure out what happened. "I'm not an expert on this subject," Breit said. But Breit said he expects the bill won't be free of glitches. "This is one of those hills where there will be a lot of clean-up legislation," Breit said. Hauser and Sen. Barry Keenc also successfully kept $925,000 in the state budget for local marijuana eradication efforts, including $400,000 that can be used for any purpose. Civic Center Celebration Schedule Events at the new Civic Center, Oak and Seminary streets, on Saturday. 12:30 p.m. .Parade .begins at Police Station (corner Sijjijn (ST •"* Mason street) 2p.m. Dedication ceremony 3 to 6 p.m. Civic Center tours 3 to 7 p.m. Variety show 6 to 9 p.m. Barbecue — Ukiah Rotary Club 8p.m. until midnight •fWH"*^ " .<••*• • •(%•>• , -«* •<• dawe — foi'K* -•• 2 to 5 p.m. Art show and antique car show (Seminary Ave.) All day Historic exhibit Food and drink booths Memorabilia, commemorative buttons and programs T-shirts Armored truck dumps small change in S.R. SANTA ROSA (AP) — It was small change, but the drivers of the armored car that dumped boxes of dimes along ISO feet of roadway in Santa Rosa wasn't about to leave it behind. Fortunately, two sympathizers stopped to help the Loomis guards out on Tuesday, lending aid with a push-broom. Passing motorists appeared more amused than avaricious. They laughed. They pointed. But they kept moving. Loomis driver Gary White, apparently behind schedule and definitely not amused, was uncommunicative about the incident as he rounded up the coins — by hand. "No comment," was all he would say. The story was told, however, by the two peopole in a truck who stopped in the middle of the street just behind the armored car, "The side door just popped-open and out they came," said Michael Alston of the boxes of rolled dimes that spilt. Alston was following with Jerome Burkett in a carpet anc upholstery cleaning truck. The coin containers split on impact, Alston said, and dimes flew and rolled everywhere. Loomis spokesman Oren Clark in San Francisco was unable to esti mate the- amount of money spilled or how much was retrieved. 46? .1012 or 459.5949 UKIHH4 4626788 Special Wednesday Bargain Matinee ANY MOVIE ONLY $2.50 DOORS OPEN AT 1:00 pm 1:00 pm until 5:30 pm T he eyes aren't alwas on the always on the Bride... NOW PLAYING This time Cheech is not just on the wrong side of the law. He's on the wrong side of the line. for over 30 years... Tuxedo Rentals • SELIX • GARY'S • TROPIC MacNab'. 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