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Ukiah Daily Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 2003, Ukiah, California Ukiah High Maria Carrillo in volleyball Indian Senior Center celebrates three decades A3 ON THE MARKET Guide to local real estate tr In Brief a ads Comics Crossword o Homes Jumble o 50 cents tal The Ukiah Mendocino Countys local newspaper URTiAL Tomorrow Cloudy and with rain FRIDAY 2003 Rental units going up Construction continues at Summercreek an apartment complex off Qobbl Street In The Danco Builders project is scheduled to be com plete by Danco 64unit complex on Porzio Lane taking shape Completion expected by the end of the year Amy Dally Journal ByPEIJEANTSAI The Dally Journal The citys largest residential affordable housing development to date will be ready for movein by Summercreek a 64unit residen tial community featuring its own communi ty building with spa and is cur rently at the tail end of This is probably the biggest one weve done in terms of said Dave associate planner with the city of Ukiahs housing and community develop ment Sixtyfour units is pretty large in The multipleacre development on Porzio Lane is about 70 percent said Mike superintendent of Danco the group behind the Workers are currently at work on a range of finishing from electrical wiring to The apartments should be completed by Robinson The 64 three and fourbedroom including units for those with physical will be available early next As an affordable housing rental prices will vary by with two bedroom units in the to range and threebedroom rents from to Fourbedroom units will vary between to Units will include refrigerators and dis A community building with a barbecue area and tot lot will also be included near the center of the oneand two story residential Theyve done a pretty good job of pro viding some onsite recreation for the resi Lohse Once the multiple acre hous ing community at 735 Porzio which includes more than 130 parking will be fenced with access through Village a newly constructed 50footwide road that leads in from East Gobbi Lohse City planning staff will later work with the citys Public Works department to even tually turn Village Circle into a public city he Another accessway to the development on the west side of the development will allow room for emergency access vehicles to enter off of Initial proposed plans included access through Porzio but that was changed by Danco to accom See Page A12 Those interested in living at Summercreek Village can call for application Area tradesmen work to complete the incomebased The complex will contain 64 Photo cvurtM of Dinco Bulldtn The Summercreek Village apartment complex will offer threeand fourbedroom Gophers may have met their match Rodenator introduced By MARK HEDGES The Dally Journal Youve always wanted to get that durned gopher thats eating your crop yearout your your your Youve seen him at sticking up his pointy little and hes a real busy tunneling like theres no He laughs at your poison and your Childs youve imagined him Hes ridiculed you by defying your pesticides and lo and the gophers day of joy at your expense has come to its end the fiddler has played his last tune and needs to be and the footer of the bill will be none other than that little chicken nugget with fur that has been burrowing through your outdoor operations a good long Meet the Rodenator Pro the lone horseman ofthe gopher Looking like a glorified weed whack the Rodenator is actually a device that injects a mixture of propane and oxygen into the tunnel system of gophers and other like After about 30 the tunnel sys tem is filled with an ample amount of the gaseous compound so upon pulling of the ignition the entire complex is blasted with an underground shock wave that collapses the tunnel and instan taneously sends the tenant gopher across the Jordan See Page All Burning restrictions lifted on BLM lands The Dally Journal The Bureau of Land Management has announced that restrictions on outdoor use of fire have been lifted for BLM managed public lands in Glenn and Colusa The restric tions have been in effect since early sum Easing of restrictions means that campfires can again be used outside of developed Campfire per mits are Internal combustion engines can again be used off of estab lished roads and and smoking is no longer restricted to developed recreation sites and enclosed BLM Fire Management Officer James Dawson said cool fall weather and rain fall have reduced fire but it is still important to use care with He cautioned against using fires on windy and reminded campers to complete ly extinguish campfires before breaking Seasonal fire restrictions have also been lifted on other north state public lands and national The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection has also lifted burning restric Famil
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