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Ukiah Daily Journal (Newspaper) - November 1, 1996, Ukiah, California Ukiah Daily Arts Entertainment Pachyderm doesnt pack house Page 3 Media Group 30 Volume 138 Number 172 50 cents tax included Philo man arrested after shooting spree By DAN McKEE the Daily Journal PHILO An Anderson Valley apparently high on methamphetamine and armed with a surrendered to sheriffs deputies after a standoff at his Philo trailer The drama began about 1 when Francisco Javier Perez Lagunes began randomly firing his pistol inside his Highway 128 mobile According to Lagunes the 32year jd man had been using methamphetamine con for four days and had not says Tim Lagunes fired at least 18 rounds from he 14 of which tore through the mobile lomes exterior wall and into a small trailer arked a few feet behind Lagunes Claudia was inside the second So was her 1yearold who was leeping on a bed in the master One of shots just missed the I Grabbing her Garcia fled her home md called deputies from Jacks Valley just Across the After securing the area and talking with who had fled her home when her hus band began deputies attempted to talk Lagunes into Deputies could see movement inside the trailer and spoke with Lagunes briefly through window throughout the next several Kiely Lagunes had broken the homes so deputies walked a portable bag phone to the trailer so they could speak with the Lagunes talked with his then with deputies In the the sheriffs office Special Emergency Response Team SERT took up at about 5 Lagunes opened the trailer door and came pistol still in Deputies ordered him to drop the and he He was taken into custody and booked into county Deputies discovered numerous rounds of ammunition inside Lagunes They were collected as Lagunes faces charges of assault with a dead ly shooting into and inhabited dwelling luid being under the influence of a controlled Bail was set at HALLOWEEN ANTICS Children from New Morning Montessori school visited residents at the Pleasant Care of Ukiah Haunted At Chester Terry Smith and Evelyn mug for the cam PJ gives candy to Hawkins of Ukiah valley Medical Center Xray technician Wayne at and Jaime hospital show children how the candy is examined for anything Haiti Daily Journal Council to hire clerk no election By DAN McKEE The Daily Journal After a hard look at vacant city clerk the city council has decided to hire someone rather than hold a special The problem no one really seems to want the Former City Clerk Cathy McKay quit May saying she had had it with both the council and city Since Marge Giuntoli has served as But Giuntoli will leave at the end of the citing personal and no one filed nomination papers for the elected position by the 22 says City Manager Candace That left the council in the position of either calling a spe cial election to fill the or authorize Horsley to begin recruiting someone for the City staff favored the ment It allows the city the opportunity to interview and test applicants for such as taking and tran scribing meeting using a computer and says Kari the citys personnel The screening process would ensure that the city selects a highly qualified individual for the performance of the city clerk she The only legal requirement for the job is that the clerk must Anderson Valley service district gets recall certified MEADOWS The Daily Journal Emil running for election to Congress might be recalled from the elect he holds on the Anderson Valley Services Eugenia of the Friends of Anderson Valley emergency pays the county clerks office has informed that the groups petition to recall Rossi has been Herr says the group formed in support of the Boonville Fire Department and ambulance service and supporting a bene fit assessment and a paid fire ed 3557 signatures of registered voters in the and turned in Im happy as a said Rossi about the recall I told them all along If you dont like what Im have a This is the most Democratic thing they could Rossi is among those in Boonville who opposes the idea of a benefit assessment for fire services and having a paid fire He ran on that platform and was elected to the community services board along with three others who were purport edly opposed the benefit District board observer Mark who writes for the Anderson Valley Advertiser says that since the elec tion two of the four assessment opponents appear to have changed their But Scaramella says Rossi continued to plague the Fire Department by following the chief to sending letters contain ing dubious claims to the AVA editor and conducting himself at meetings with obvious rudeness and occasional emo tional The rhetoric got way out of See Page A10 rench offers new supportive answers Editors note This is another in a eries of upcoming preelection pro bes of state and national can on the ballot in By DAN McKEE The Daily Journal I jt Harry Wrench sees the quality of life in California prisons are filling at an farming Wrench outcome of pur educational have our health are systems have become and larry Wrench Not only but in the cur rent government seems to be incapable of effec tive the 41yearold Santa Rosa engineer Wrench believes an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of Thats why hes seeking the 1st District Assembly seat under the banner of the Natural Law The party was founded in England in March 1992 by a group of doctors and educators to bring the light of science into politics to intro duce into government cally proven The following the Natural Law Party of the United States of America was headed by research scientist John Since efforts have centered on building a strong grassroots national structure in preparation for the 1996 Delegates recently nominated Hagelin as the partys presiden tial candidate and Mike a Harvard honors graduate and a national merit and al as running The Natural Law Party is the only political party which offers solutions to our nations most pressing Wrench The party emphasizes a preventive approach to a non confrontational approach which seeks to harmonize rather than exacerbate the diverse trends and tendencies our of complex soci Until Wrench he has preferred to work volunteering here and helping my friends and neighbors with their problems when I and trying to set a good example for my A Sonoma County resident since Wrench works as an engineer and project manager for Optical a Santa Rosa industrial laser manu With a masters degree in Wrench has more than five years experience as a uni versity administrator and as a engineering and physics In my life i have developed friendships with people from all walks of life and all strata of soci he I know the prob lems of the welfare mother as well as those of the business As an Assembly Wrench favors responsible state tax while protecting the integrity of our important programs and services by imple menting solutions to spiraling health costs and other costly social pro He says he would support leg that would ensure the economic and environ mental sustainability of including commonsense practices in the timber including sustainable harvesting and reforestation practices and export fees for raw materials shipped overseas for process Wrench also favors mandatory labeling of genetically engi foods and a moratorium on the release of genetically engi organisms until the eco logical and health impacts of such organisms can be firmly He supports health programs that focus on shift ing our focus from disease care to true health Such programs include health medical sav ings accounts for Medicare and Medicaid subscribers that will provide financial rewards for good and vouchers that would enable Medicare and Medicaid subscribers to choose any insurance plan or health care provider they Such he would pro mote competitive costs and qual ity of care among medical Wrench favors lengthening the school year and implementing higher state achievement stan dards for as well as policies and programs to upgrade the status and skills of He supports school vouchers to increase foster com petition and improve educational as well as apprentice ship programs for students who are not The states crime rate can be See Page A10 The city has currently budget ed per year for the 32 hour per week In addition to taking the min utes at City Council meetings and preparing agenda packets to the city clerk is responsible for preparing and processing notices of public hearings for council receiving and distributing docu ments and mail addressed to the maintaining a citywide records management maintains lists of appointments to various city boards and com missions appointed by the coun cil and the citys redevelopment and processes all ordi nances and resolutions approved by the The clerk also is responsible for receiving and opening all city bids and performs a variety of McKay resigned after almost eight years in I have reached the point where I must protect myself and my fam ily from I can no longer be productive in a subversive McKay claimed she had been frustrated for some putting in fulltime hours for parttime pay the salary the city is still Features Forum Obituaries On the Market On the Road Sports world TV Journal plumes Main numbers Circulation Number 4683533 Classified Number The Journal is printed on at least 25 percent recycled news Low oib ink is also Complete the loop ard recycle your
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