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Marysville Appeal Democrat (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Marysville, California
Friday a or High 58 Low 34 Wheatland Downs Highlands sports i Page by off in. I 9 a 1 Hunting i hours i 6 36 . \ to 4 46 . Day car care drive i Page Al 1 it \ Jingle copy 47c tax a world around you nursing Home denies ifs worst local Yuba City care Center says problems fixed v a creches on display in pc the ninth annual four Day Community Christmas creche exhibit opened thursday night at the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints in Yuba City. More than 600 nativity scenes from around the world Are on display at the Church. Yuba City care Center Nick Adams Appeal Democrat Yuba City care Center 1220 Plumas st., wound up on a Federal list of poorly performing nursing Homes. By Rob Young Appeal Democrat the co owner of a Yuba City nursing Home labelled As the states worst in a new Federal list defended the facility saying areas needing improvement have been addressed. But Yuba City care Center. 1220 Plumas st., continues to receive citations for patient care deficiencies according to state statistics. The Center has been cited four times this year by the California find out More a centers for medicare and medicaid services department of Public health. Co owner James Paul who is also administrator of the Yuba City facility did not return Appeal Democrat phone Calls thursday but said in an e mail that deficiencies identified in 2006 by state inspectors have been corrected. The Home is owned by a limited liability corporation made up of Paul. Babu Paravil of Bellevue wash., and Joseph Pallivathuca of los Banos. They also own Marysville care Center. 1617 Ramirez st., and two other Homes in Modesto none of which was on the medicare list. A the families we serve have contacted me since the article in thursdays Appeal Democrat informing me that they feel the turn to Yuba ia8 paged world he wants his Osama plate a retired police officer is seeking a court order to Force the state department of motor vehicles to drop its demand that he return vanity License plates calling for the capture or death of Osama bin Laden. Page c3 the Appeal Democrat s latest online poll asks do you think newspapers should print ads for adult businesses to vote in our poll log on to . Our previous poll asked who is the toughest person to shop for at Christmas number of votes 53 a various family members 45% a spouse significant other 42% a co workers Boss 8% a my a secret Santa Quot recipient 6% Only online looking for something to do in the mid Valley area want to let other people know about an event sponsored by your group or organization log on to the Appeal Democrat web site at www. and Check out the local events Calendar on the Home Page. Appeal Democrat com foreclosure legislation proposed for homeowners in crisis associated press trustee Sale auctioneer Kyle Speer right reads aloud foreclosed properties being auctioned to real estate agents on the Steps outside the los Angeles county Superior court in Norwalk on thursday democrats want special session foreclosures slowing economic activity myrrh Beac h s c May have the highest rate of loss in its Gross metropolitan product emf due to Ming foreclosures my St rat of loss in emf growth. 2008 pm tons of dollars by Don Thompson associated press Sacramento urging Swift action to combat a continuing wave of foreclosures Assembly democrats on thursday asked gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to Call a special legislative session to find ways to help troubled homeowners. Assembly speaker Fabian Nunez called the rate of foreclosures in California a greater threat than Long term water shortages or health care Reform the other topics the legislature is supposed to be addressing in special sessions the governor called in september. Lawmakers so far have failed to reach agreement on either of those topics. A a it a a More immediate crisis a Nunez said of foreclosures. A you better believe this is the biggest crisis we re facing California was second to Nevada in the rate of foreclosures filed last month Irvine based mortgage research company realty trac said thursday. More than 50,000 foreclosures were filed in California in october or one for every 258 households. That compares to a National rate of one foreclosure for every 555 households in october. A year to year comparison of mid Valley foreclosures for the third Quarter of 2007 showed a 243 percent increase in Yuba county a 200 percent climb in Colusa county and a 101 percent increase in Sutter county according to Dat Quick information systems of la Jolla. The foreclosures Are the most visible symptom of a state housing Market that is dropping quickly a i i to City a Manchester i a >40 Kiu j Myrt Tri. 7 a min Ca 2009 tit mated median value of owner occupied housing units in thousands Noti a8 injure it potato saunas Ola bal Mug tar cd from the sky High prices of the past few years. Home prices and sales Are declining in most California markets leaving local governments with less property tax Revenue. The Ripple effects of the housing slowdown Are being Felt throughout the states Economy. The nonpartisan legislative analysts turn to foreclosure ia8 filings double compared to �?T06 by Alex Veiga associated press los Angeles . Homeowners increasingly fell behind on mortgage payments or even lost their Homes last month compared to a year ago with Nevada California Florida and Ohio posting the highest foreclosure rates a mortgage research firm said thursday. A total of 224,451 foreclosure filings were reported in october up 94 percent from 115,568 in the same month a year ago according to Irvine based realty trac inc. The number of filings in october Rose 2 percent from september a 219,850. Turn to filings / a6 Oss Arbuckle hotel Hopes go bust Bridge Calendar vol. 156 a no. 334 1530 Ellis Lake drive Marysville Ca 95901 inside d3 lottery a2 movies d2 nation a2 5 classified classic comicsp4 obituaries comics c4 opinion crosswords c6 sports a4 Quot cd t7 dear Abby c6 state entertainment is sudoku by a3 finance Quot local daily _ i weather a8 cd Worlat c3 �?T50863 00009 find us on the world wide web 1 by Howard Yune Appeal Democrat the building that once housed the Arbuckle hotel has remained vacant for 15 years. Now its owner has decided it will remain that Way at least for the immediate future. Mike Peters says he a abandoning plans to renovate the mostly vacant former hotel a one time Anchor of downtown Arbuckle he had planned to fill with stores and seniors apartments. Peters also announced he would put the Arbuckle hotel up for Sale for $1.2 million. The Price includes a former jail building nearby As Well As three neighbouring land parcels and the liquor License for a bar Peters runs inside the hotel. The decision ends la years of plans to bring storefronts and housing to the building on old Highway 99w, where Peters had hoped to attract merchants for ground floor storefronts and tenants for upstairs housing. But slim prospects of finding tenants and the difficulty of finding Federal Grants to cover the $2.55 million for an overhaul caused him to walk away from the project he said. A at first when i thought about it it upset me because this was my dream a the 60-year-old Peters said this week. A but then i thought sometimes you can to always achieve what you want. Like the song says you gotta know when to hold Mem know when to fold Peters bought the disused Shell of the hotel in 1996, four years after its last tenants left. Gradually he spent some $300,000 developing plans to convert upstairs hotel rooms into nine subsidized apartments for the elderly and the ground floor into spaces for a restaurant Bank and other businesses. The Arbuckle hotel opened in 1920 As a lodging for the passengers who once travelled through Arbuckle on the nearby Southern Pacific now California Northern rail line. But business at the hotel and its storefronts declined Over the decades As Long distance train turn to hotel/a6 levee squabbles hit live Oak general plan by Robert Lahue Appeal Democrat some live Oak area development stakeholders want to hold off on committing to fund the City a general plan update until studies on the structural integrity of nearby levees Are completed. But other developers claim that a not necessary and City staff members Are expressing their doubts about the Benefit of such a move As Well. The suggestion for the delay due to levee concerns came wednesday during a meeting about the levees the latest in a series of about the general plan update. Development interests in areas near the City limits Are funding the update in Exchange for future annexation into the City. Attorney Seth Merewitz representing development interests in the Southwest annexation area said having the studies which will show results of Core samplings done on area levees by the state department of water turn to levees i a6
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