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Marysville Appeal Democrat (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Marysville, California Final four Michigan state and Duke join Kentucky and Wisconsin qe2dciegii3gi3eiiiiij7 boosts attendance at event qe22/7g0lower Gas tax revenues scuttle Road work by Erie Vodden repairs on local roads in Yuba and Sut ter counties could be put on hold in the coming years if county officials done to find sources to make up for projected declines in Gas tax revenues. Yuba and Sutter counties Arentt Able to keep up with repairing Rural roads As it there is so much need out there across the at Sawyer Sutter county assistant director of development services is but each is projecting declines of about $1 million in annual Gas tax funds in 2015 16. And neither county is expecting an influx of general fund revenues to help make up the difference. A we Are having to make do with almost a million Dollar loss a said Mike Lee Yuba county a Public works director. A was it was the amount of discretionary revenues for Road repairs was very Yuba county is looking at a decline in turn to roads ia2 Marysville not cutting Back on water use by Erie Vodden com while Yuba City residents Are looking at the likelihood of mandatory water restrictions for the rest of this year Marysville citizens Arentt facing the same water challenges. In Yuba City residents Are limited to watering their lawns no More than twice a week. There is a possibility the City a water demand May ultimately exceed its Supply officials have said. But water conservation is mostly voluntary at least for now in Marysville though there Are Cal water rules establishing unauthorized uses of water. They Range from using water resulting in Street Runoff to refilling swimming pools to washing vehicles without a shutoff nozzle. Still there Haven to been any Calls by the Marysville City Council to Cut Back. And while there Are a few dry Browning lawns Here and there at the Homes of conservation minded turn to water i As a amp a Marysville s water Supply Justin Skarb Cal Waters Community affairs and government relations manager Ken Jenkins Cal water conservation manager and Lee Seidel service manager for Marysville answered other questions posed by the Appeal Democrat related to Marysville a water Supply. Do agricultural operations around the City draw on the same source of water is there a Chance those farming interests if the drought continues would draw water from the same source that provides water to the City a the aquifer Cal water draws from in Marysville is the same aquifer that farming operations North of the City derive their Supply from. Over pumping by any entity agricultural or otherwise could alter the Quantity and Quality of the water that turn to questions / a5 Appeal Democrat vol. 164 a no. 89 fostering positive behaviour David Rifton Appeal Democrat students at Marysville High school walk the Halls Between classes on thursday while passing one of the Many signs encouraging them to be respectful responsible and healthy. The High school chose to be part of nation wide positive behavioural interventions amp supports program which teaches and supports positive student behaviour As a Way to combat discipline issues before they Start. School program stops a bad things before they Start by David Bitton fights dropped by 35 percent drug incidents by 20 percent and referrals by half in the first year after Marysville High school chose to be part of the positive behavioural interventions amp supports program according to data collected by the High school. Bis is a nationwide program that helps students of All Ages learn what is and Isnit acceptable behaviour. The programs aim is to have fewer disciplinary issues and More student Success in the classroom. A a in be been teaching for 17 years and in be never seen a program work so effectively in such a Short amount of time a said Steve White who is the social science department chair turn to program ia2 internet outages reveal infrastructure gaps by Felicia Fonseca and David a. Lieb associated press Flagstaff Ariz. When vandals sliced a fiber optic Cable in the Arizona desert last month they did More than time Warp thousands of people Back to an Era before computers credit cards or even phones. They exposed a glaring vulnerability in the . Internet infrastructure no backup systems in Many places. Because internet service is largely unregulated by the Federal government and the states decisions about network reliability Are left to service providers. Industry analysts say these companies generally do not build alternative routes or redundancies unless they believe it is turn to internet / As Mike Loucks sits in his Home space exploration engineering office on thursday in Friday Harbor wash., in the san Juan islands. Loucks lost internet and phone service during a 10-Day outage on the Island in 2013. Associated press monday 50863 00005 calendar.a2 crossword.87 lottery a2 Cypher. B6 dear abby.a8 nation a6 sudoku.b6 classified. B4 forum a4 police blotter. A5 weather.a8 comics.b7 local a2,a3,a5 obituaries.a5 world a1 nigh 83 Low 50 please Recycle this newspaper after Reading tax amp accounting corporation Over 30 years of experience of Inderpal Mayall tax accountant j of a mgr i it in i a a sep pfc my a free initial consultation a fast accurate and Friendly service a licensed to practice before the irs a audit representation a experienced and professional 327 Percy Avenue Yuba City a 530-674-7 161 a Jim. 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