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Marysville Appeal Democrat (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Marysville, California Local a2 forum ia4 obituaries ia5 visit us at com wednesday june 3, Kus Appeal to Jemour at management email addresses All email addresses Are first initial of the first name followed by the full last name Ltd Appeal Democrat. Com. For example Bob Jones Brones Al Glenn stifflemire publisher 7494705 Steve Miller editor 749-4767 suf Larry Nash sales and marketing director 7494761 Engel Avalos production manager 7494799 Donna Blair business manager 7494702 Lori Pease circulation manager 7494739 Jamie Keith retail advertising manager 7494713 Nancy Brown classified advertising manager 7494730 Cummins assistant editor 7494779 Jimmy Graben sports editor 7494791 Chris Kaufman photo editor 7494794 subscription and postal info newspaper quivery delivery time is 6 , daily of you have missed your newspaper please cafe the orc Patjon department at i -877-741 1313. Home delivery subscribers May be charged a higher rate for Howay Edmons daily single copy Issue 75<, sunday single copy is so Home delivery Cal tor rates by mail -13 weeks s66 paces include transportation or postage charges and sales tax calculated to the nearest my. The Appeal Democrat uses 02-8300 is published daily and sunday by Appeal Democrat inc., 1530 Ellis Lake Dove Marysville Ca 95901 periodical postage paid at Marysville Ca 95901 postmaster Sena address changes to Appeal Democrat 1530 Ellis Lake Dove Marysville Ca 95901 Vasquez recall Effort must Start Over after deadline miss by Erie Vodden com backers of a push to recall Yuba county supervisor Andy Vasquez missed a monday deadline to file paperwork with county election officials meaning they have to restart the process. But a consultant for supporters said tuesday letting the deadline slide is part of a strategy to time circulating recall petitions with separate signature gathering for potential Yuba county voter initiatives. Consultant Deborah Tharp said supporters intend to again serve Vasquez with recall papers. A Andy s not off the Tharp said. A we just want to make sure this runs smoothly a monday was the deadline for recall supporters to resubmit Sample petitions with Yuba county election officials. The petitions had earlier been kicked Back to proponents for changes including eliminating boldface Type and making text uniform in size. A it is extremely rigid a said Hansen. A it is All directed by legislation and code. The idea is to make it so it is a very serious action to recall an individual. The intent is to avoid frivolous Hansen said missing mondays deadline Means recall supporters would be required to again serve Vasquez with a notice of intent publish a Legal and and resubmit the required 22 signatures. A this would be like a Brand new she said. Vasquez was initially served Dur ing a Yuba county supervisors meeting and again later by certified mail after it was determined initial paperwork was not valid. Tharp said mondays deadline was intentionally missed to allow the circulation of the recall and other petitions at one time instead of asking for signatures several times Over a longer period. It would theoretically allow voters to sign multiple petitions during one visit she said. A since there is so much political activism happening at once. We Are worried about inconveniencing the Tharp said. Petitions Are already circulating for an initiative that would halt the Sale of groundwater outside the county. Proponents have until nov. 17 to gather signatures of 20 percent of registered voters in the county to Force a special election or to percent to get it on the june 2016 ballot. There is also the possibility of an initiative creating an ordinance allowing medical marijuana dispensaries in the county and there Are plans to submit a new cultivation ordinance to voters Tharp said. The latter would supersede an Ordi Andy Vasquez a the whole thing is about marijuana. Nance approved by supervisors in March that bans outdoor growing. In addition. Tharp acknowledged there has been interest in seeking the recall of other county supervisors. Though she said she discuss such plans. All the potential petition drives Are separate but they Are also connected. While the recall notice lists a variety of grounds for removing Vasquez. He was first served during a hearing on the new marijuana cultivation ordinance. The notice also mentions his Yuba county water Agency vote on water transfers and his approval of language in the cultivation ordinance linking it to the ongoing drought. The water sales initiative is being led by political consultant Rick Fenton. Who also spoke during hearings on the marijuana cultivation ordinance and took part in a local pro marijuana rally. While recall supporters have 60 Days to gather signatures those seeking initiatives have six months. Vasquez said a the whole thing is about marijuana. A the original Issue is he said. A it the county ordinance has stood the test of the supreme court. The counties have a right to determine their own As for the recall itself. Vasquez said a a it a the right of the people to determine if they want me Contact Erie Vodden at 749-4769. Pedestrian Dies on Hwy. 99 Appeal Democrat an unidentified pedestrian was killed Early tuesday morning when she was struck by a vehicle on Highway 99 South of Hunn Road according to the California Highway patrol. Benjamin h. Johnson 20, of Mary Seville was northbound at about 3 08 . At the same time the woman was walking in the Lane for unknown reasons. Johnson did not observe the pedestrian and collided with her. Causing fatal injuries. Cup officers do not suspect Johnson was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Police blotter Appeal Democrat felony arrests Christopher w. Franco 34, of the 1100 Block of Willow Glenn drive Yuba City was arrested by the Sutter county sheriff s department at 4 . June 1 at his residence on suspicion of child endangerment and burglary. He was booked into Sutter county jail. Scott a. Riley 30, of Marysville was arrested by the Yuba City police department at 1 20 . June 2 in front of the 700 Block of Cooper Avenue on suspicion of attempted burglary. He was booked into Sutter county jail. Daniel b. Stone 33, of the 10000 Block of Highway 70 was arrested by the Yuba county sheriff s department at 2 . June 1 on suspicion of threats to crime. He was booked into Yuba county jail. Brian m. Hill 23, of Palermo was arrested by the Yuba county sheriff s department at 1 33 . June 1 at North Beale Road and Feather River Boulevard on suspicion of Possession of a controlled substance. He was booked into Yuba county jail. Dui arrest Earl r. Burgett 50, of the 700 Block of Village court Yuba City was arrested by the California Highway patrol at 12 45 . June 1 on country club court he was booked into Yuba county jail. Case a Hole in his head did you hear sirens find out what s going on with our scanner at . From a1 went missing. Monica Rodriguez 33, was charged with murder on tuesday and appeared in Yuba county Superior court along with Lorena Christine Ruiz her sister and Maria Aurora Vega. Ruiz and Vega both pleaded not guilty to a charge of accessory to murder for allegedly loading the body into a vehicle and Bury ing it. Quot the victim was found with a Hole in his head consistent with a gunshot according to a declaration of probable cause for arrest. The body was found wrapped with a Tarp and duct tape in in a shallow grave in an undeveloped area on country club Road in Olivehurst. An Anonymous tip led detectives to the area of the grave and told authorities Monica Rodriguez shot her husband in the Shower. She reported her husband missing on Jan. 23 and said he was last seen in their Home last october. During a search of the Rodriguez Home on Park Circle. After they found the body detectives sprayed the Shower with a Luminescent blood reagent Spray that indicated blood splatter on the Walls of the Shower and the Shower head the officer affidavit said. Detectives also found Black Monica Kelly Rodriguez duct tape which appeared to be the same As that used to wrap a Tarp around the victims body. A i done to want to comment on that evidence for a variety of reasons a said District attorney Patrick Mcgrath who filed the com plaint against the women. A i am reluctant to talk about that he said the investigation is ongoing and a a complicated with a lots of moving Monica Rodriguez is facing 25 years to life in prison. She told judge Julia Scrogin in court that her family is pulling together funds to hire an attorney. She said she will enter a plea when she returns to court monday with private counsel. Vegas attorney Justin Scott said Vega is seven months pregnant and needs to be released from custody to receive necessary medical treatment. She has no criminal history and she was scheduled to receive a rho Gam shot on monday that is medically necessary to prevent her from having a miscarriage he said. Quot the jail cannot or will not give her the shot. We re concerned she May Scott told Scrogin. Scrogin set a bail review hearing for both Vega and Ruiz on monday. Lorena Christine Ruiz Maria Aurora Vega today events live Oak alternative schools graduation 5 30 pm at the live Oak High school cafeteria 2351 Pennington Road Community town Hall walking tour of Wheatland Union High school 5 45 pm at 1010 Wheatland Road Feather River Academy graduation 6 p in at 1895 Lassen blvd., Yuba City Gridley alternative school graduation 7 at the Gridley Community building 300 e Spruce St Yuba City charter school graduation 7 at the Bonanza inn 1001 Clark ave Yuba City club meetings fun talkers toastmaster club meeting at 7 . At the Harvest room new Earth Market 1475 Tharp Road Yuba City Call 300-6712 your daily Calendar government meetings Colusa county planning commission meeting at 9 . At Colusa courthouse 547 Market St., Colusa. Yuba City senior commission meeting at 8 . At the senior Center 111 amsley ave regional housing authority of Sutter and Nevada counties commissioners meeting at 12 15 pm. At River City Manor 655 Joann Way Yuba City. Winship Robbins elementary school District Board meeting at 6 at Robbins school 17451 Pepper St., Robbins. Live Oak City Council meeting at 6 pm at City Hall 9955 live Oak blvd support groups Al anon for family and friends of alcoholics meets at 10 a in at Church of Christ 1321 peach tree Lane Yuba City co dependency support group meeting at noon at the Yuba county office of education family resource Center 1104 e St., Marysville. Call 749-4049. Thursday events Colusa county fair 5 .-Midnight at 1303 10th St., Colusa admission is. Free for children 12 years and under. Artists reception for Drew Sallee and Ralph French 6 .-8 at the theater gallery 752 Plumas St Yuba City. Marysville Gold sox is. Menlo Park legends 7 at Colusa Casino stadium Corner of 14th and b streets Marysville tickets s6s12 Lindhurst High school graduation 7 p in at Dean Miller stadium 4446 Olive ave Olivehurst correction policy the Appeal Democrat promptly corrects All errors of substance. To report an error or request a clarification Call 749-6552. Who to Call newspaper delivery and subscription info 749-6545 Marysville office 1530 Ellis Lake drive business hours monday Friday 8 .-5 pm. Newsroom main number. .749-6552 editor Steve Miller. .749-4767 assistant editor Andrew Cummins.749-4779 reporters Kirk barron.749-47% Andrew creasey.749-4780 Monica vaughan.749-4783 Erie Vodden .749-4769 Community Leticia gutierrez.749-4770 sports Jimmy Graben editor. 749-4791 andyarrenquin.749-4790 sports scores.749-6560 photos Chris Kaufman editor 749-4794 copy desk Josh Kendrix .749-4775 Harold kruger.749-4774 Jeff nicholson.749-4781 newsroom fax 749-8390 newsroom email and newsroom appear classified advertising 749-6556 accounts receivable 749-4708 classified fax.749-8393 display advertising 749-4725 accounts receivable. .749-4709 display fax.749-8394 All other departments 749-4700 toll free.1-800-831-2345 email items and photos to and newsroom . Find us online a a on twitter a Appeal Democrat online poll our latest poll asks what is the biggest Issue facing California your choices Are a the drought. Its not Over hyped. A the Cost of living is getting too High. 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