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THE DAILY ASTORIAN • MONDAY, JULY 6, 2015
State employees must pay full
cost of charging electric vehicles
to install the charJinJ facilities.
³:e have been worNinJ to
develop a policy that will Juide
state aJencies and that worN¶s not
done yet,´ 6helby said :ednes-
day . +owever, 6helby said the
Department of Administrative
6ervices has decided the policy
will require state employees to
pay for access to the electric ve-
hicle charJinJ stations ³at least
a month.´
:hen the aJency estimated
the costs of the stations, it calcu-
lated that a driver who pluJJed in
hours per weeN for one month
would cost the state appro[i-
mately in electricity usaJe,
6helby said. 0aintenance and
administrative costs pushed the
total monthly cost closer to .
³:e manaJe parNinJ for the
state on state property, so it Nind
of maNes sense for the Depart-
ment of Administrative 6ervices
to be tasNed with manaJinJ the
charJinJ stations as well,´ 6hel-
by said, addinJ that he pays a
monthly fee for his parNinJ spot.
The law that allowed the
state to install electric vehicle
charJinJ stations also prohibited
By HILLARY BORRUD
Capital Bureau
6A/(0 ² OreJon cannot
provide free or reduced cost elec-
tric vehicle charJinJ services to
state employees, unless the state
counts the bene¿ t as compensa-
tion. That¶s the upshot of a recent
letter from the OreJon *overn-
ment (thics &ommission, in
response to questions from the
state Department of Administra-
tive 6ervices.
6tate law prohibits public of-
¿ cials from usinJ their positions
for private Jain. ,n a June letter,
ethics commission e[ecutive di-
rector 5on %ersin wrote the state
would have to charJe employees
for the service or include it in
their of¿ cial compensation pacN-
aJes in order to comply with the
ethics law.
0att 6helby, a spoNesman
for the Department of Adminis-
trative 6ervices, said the aJency
is writinJ a policy for electric
vehicle charJinJ stations across
state Jovernment, in preparation
for implementation of a
bill that allowed state aJencies
the state from subsidi]inJ pri-
vate charJinJ station companies
and the cost of electricity to the
public.
AlthouJh 6enate %ill
does not require the state to in-
stall electric vehicle charJinJ sta-
tions, state aJencies miJht soon
have an incentive to do so.
OreJon¶s low-carbon fuel
standard will taNe effect in ,
and it will include a system for
owners of charJinJ stations and
other alternative fuel facilities
such as compressed natural Jas
to Jenerate carbon credits. The
low-carbon standard will require
fuel importers and producers
to reduce the carbon content in
fuel by percent over the ne[t
decade. :hen companies reach
the point where they can no lon-
Jer meet the Joal by blendinJ in
more ethanol or biodiesel, they
can purchase carbon credits from
charJinJ station owners and oth-
er entities to meet the low-carbon
standard.
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ACCUWEATHER FORECAST FOR ASTORIA
Astoria 5-Day Forecast
Tonight
Oregon Weather
Shown is
tomorrow’s
weather.
Temperatures
are tonight’s
lows and
tomorrow’s
highs
Mostly cloudy
56°
Tuesday
The Dalles
71/99
Astoria
56/71
Portland
64/92
Corvallis
55/91
Eugene
55/93
Wednesday
Times of clouds
and sun
Klamath Falls
56/86
Partly sunny and
pleasant
Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2015
71°
55°
73°
Thursday
Friday
Partly sunny
71°
56°
Low clouds, then
perhaps some sun
58°
69°
56°
Almanac
Sun and Moon
Astoria through Sunday.
Temperatures
High ........................................... 68°
Low ............................................ 58°
Normal high ............................... 66°
Normal low ................................. 52°
Precipitation
Yesterday ................................ 0.00"
Month to date .......................... 0.00"
Normal month to date ............. 0.23"
Year to date ........................... 27.39"
Normal year to date .............. 36.14"
Sunset tonight .................. 9:09 p.m.
Sunrise Tuesday .............. 5:31 a.m.
Moonrise today ....................... none
Moonset today ................ 11:10 a.m.
Regional Cities
City
Baker City
Bend
Brookings
Eugene
Ilwaco
Klamath Falls
Medford
Newport
North Bend
Last
New
First
Full
July 8
July 15
July 23
July 31
Under the Sky
Today
Hi Lo W
90 51 s
91 59 pc
66 55 pc
91 55 s
65 56 pc
91 56
t
102 69 pc
61 50 pc
65 54 pc
Tues.
Hi Lo W
90 50
t
91 55 s
65 55 pc
93 53 s
66 55 pc
86 54
t
95 69 pc
61 49 pc
65 54 pc
National Cities
City
Olympia
Pendleton
Portland
Roseburg
Salem
Seaside
Spokane
Vancouver
Yakima
Today
Hi Lo W
89 52 s
99 69 s
94 64 s
93 63 pc
94 58 s
67 55 pc
93 65 s
94 62 s
101 65 s
Tues.
Hi Lo W
89 54 s
99 65 s
92 63 s
92 62 s
93 56 s
68 53 pc
93 66 s
92 61 s
102 67 s
Tonight's Sky: Earth at Aphelion (farthest
from sun) at 20h UT. The sun-Earth distance is
1.016682 a.u.
Source: Jim Todd, OMSI
Tomorrow’s Tides
Astoria / Port Docks
Time
High
5:46 a.m. 7.8 ft.
6:46 p.m. 8.4 ft.
Time
12:01 a.m.
12:13 p.m.
Low
1.4 ft.
-0.2 ft.
Tomorrow’s National Weather
Today
City
Hi Lo W
Atlanta
86 70
t
Boston
81 66 pc
Chicago
87 67 pc
Denver
68 55
t
Des Moines
85 59
t
Detroit
85 69 s
El Paso
95 74 c
Fairbanks
86 63 pc
Honolulu
89 76 pc
Indianapolis
86 70 s
Kansas City
87 62
t
Las Vegas
100 80 s
Los Angeles
75 61 pc
Memphis
88 75 s
Miami
91 79 pc
Nashville
87 70
t
New Orleans
92 78 pc
New York
85 70 pc
Oklahoma City 91 70 pc
Philadelphia
87 73
t
St. Louis
91 72 pc
Salt Lake City
88 68 pc
San Francisco
70 59 pc
Seattle
90 60 s
Washington, DC 85 72
t
Tues.
Hi Lo W
89 72 pc
82 70 sh
70 54 sh
76 55
t
75 59 pc
78 59
t
92 72 s
70 56 sh
89 77 pc
78 62
t
70 61 r
102 79 s
76 62 pc
90 75 pc
90 79 pc
89 71
t
92 78 pc
85 74
t
78 66
t
89 75
t
77 65
t
85 68 pc
69 58 pc
89 63 s
91 76 s
Fronts
Cold
Warm
Stationary
Showers
T-Storms
-10s
-0s
0s
10s
20s
30s
40s
50s
60s
70s
80s
90s
100s
110s
Rain
Flurries
Snow
Ice
Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands
are highs for the day. Forecast high/low temperatures are given for selected cities.
Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms,
r-rain, sf-snow fl urries, sn-snow, i-ice.
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and the dosage of radiation by 1/5.
Gregg Falleur
Eugene
Jan. 20, 1958 — June 23, 2015
*reJJ /owell )alleur passed
away Tuesday, June , in 6prinJ-
¿ eld, Ore.
+e was born in Astoria, Ore., on
Jan. , . +e attended Astoria
+iJh 6chool, where he played foot-
ball.
*reJJ worNed at True 9alue +ard-
ware for years as a warehouseman.
+e enMoyed playinJ Jolf, the out-
doors and was a die-hard DucN and
0innesota 9iNinJs fan.
+e is survived by his wife, Don-
July 3, 2015
DA1,(/6, 0artha Ani-
ta, , of 6easide, died in
:arrenton. &aldwell¶s )u-
neral &remation ArranJe-
ment &enter in 6easide is in
charJe of the arranJements.
5A+.O/A, Antti 6., ,
of John Day, died in John Day.
&aldwell¶s /uce-/ayton 0or-
tuary in Astoria is in charJe of
the arranJements.
June 13, 2015
D81&A1, /ynda 6.,
, of &latsNanie, for-
merly of 6easide, died
in /onJview, :ash. June
.
olic &emetery, 6.:. 6Ny-
line %lvd., 3ortland. 6anseri,
, of 5edmond, formerly of
the 6easide 3olice Depart-
ment, died Thursday, -une ,
, in %end. 6prinJer and
6on Aloha )uneral +ome is in
charJe of the arranJements.
Assaulting an of¿ cer
• At p.m. 6aturday, Astoria 3olice
arrested 0isty Dawn 0onsen, , Astoria,
for two counts of assaultinJ a peace of¿ cer,
¿ rst-deJree criminal trespass, third-deJree
theft, resistinJ arrest and harassment at the
0ini 0art. 0onsen was previously trespassed
from the store, but went bacN to attempt to
steal beer, police said, and when she was con-
fronted she started threateninJ staff. 8pon her
arrest, police said, she duJ her ¿ nJernails into
the arrestinJ of¿ cer¶s arm and into the arm of a
deputy at the Mail causinJ inMuries and resultinJ
in the assaultinJ a peace of¿ cer charJes.
DUII arrests
‡ At a.m. 6aturday, &latsop &ounty
6heriff¶s Of¿ ce arrested Jeffrey 3. Arens, ,
Astoria, for drivinJ under the inÀ uence of in-
to[icants at +obson 6treet and th 6treet in
Astoria.
‡ At p.m. 6unday, &latsop &ounty
6heriff¶s Of¿ ce arrested &ory 5. *ilman, ,
%eaverton, for D8,, on +iJhway near the
John Day )ire +all.
Lotteries
OREGON
Sunday’s Pick 4:
1 p.m.: ---
4 p.m.: ---
7 p.m.: ---
10 p.m.: ---
Saturday’s Megabucks:
-----
(stimated MacNpot mil-
lion.
Saturday’s Powerball:
----, 3owerball
, 3ower 3lay
(stimated MacNpot
million.
Saturday’s Pick 4:
1 p.m.: ---
4 p.m.: ---
7 p.m.: ---
10 p.m.: ---
Friday’s Pick 4:
1 p.m.: ---
4 p.m.: ---
7 p.m.: ---
10 p.m.: ---
WASHINGTON
Sunday’s Daily Game:
--
Sunday’s Keno: --
---------
--------
Sunday’s Match 4: --
-
Saturday’s Daily Game:
--
Saturday’s Hit 5: --
--
(stimated MacNpot ,
Saturday’s Keno: --
--------
--------
-
Saturday’s Lotto: --
---
(stimated MacNpot .
million
Saturday’s Match 4: -
--
Friday’s Daily Game:
--
Friday’s Keno: ---
---------
-------
Friday’s Match 4: --
-
Friday’s Mega Millions:
----, 0eJa %all
Seaside Planning Com-
mission, p.m., &ity +all
&ouncil &hambers,
%roadway., 6easide.
Cannon Beach City
Council, p.m., &ity +all,
(. *ower 6t., &annon
%each.
WEDNESDAY
Clatsop Soil and Wa-
ter Conservation District
Board, a.m., 5oom ,
O68 6eafood /ab &enter,
0arine Drive.
Clatsop County Board
of Commissioners, p.m.,
-udJe *uy %oyinJton %uild-
inJ, &ommercial 6t., As-
toria.
Astoria School District
Board of Directors, p.m.,
e[ecutive session closed to
public, p.m., reJular
meetinJ, &apt. 5obert *ray
6chool, Alameda Ave.
Wickiup Water District
Board, p.m.,
6vensen
0arNet
5oad,
6vensen.
Astoria School District
Board, p.m., reJular
meetinJ, &apt. 5obert *ray
6chool third-À oor board
room, Alameda Ave.
Public meetings
MONDAY
Youngs River Lewis &
Clark Water District Board,
p.m., 8.6. +iJhway
%usiness.
Astoria City Council,
p.m., &ity +all, Duane
6t.
TUESDAY
Port of Astoria Commis-
sion, p.m., worNshop, old
3ort of¿ ces, *ateway
Ave.
Miles Crossing Sani-
tary Sewer District Board,
p.m., 8.6. +iJhway
%usiness.
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typically gag or struggle with x-rays.
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Gregg
Falleur
na dauJhter, 5ebecca and sister,
3amela +arNin. +e was preceded in
death by his parents, Armand and
*arda )alleur brother, *ary and sis-
ter, 3eJJy 3ietarila.
A small family service will be
held at 5est-+aven )uneral +ome in
(uJene on )riday, July , at p.m.
A celebration of *reJJ¶s life will
be held for family and friends at a
later date.
Donations can be made to the
American &ancer 6ociety.
Deaths
• Extra oral imaging for patients that
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Th is 3-D im a gin g m a ch in e
• A complete, highly detailed image of
basement at the Astoria Ar-
mory, ([chanJe 6t.
Donated items can be
dropped off from a.m. to
noon, and to p.m., July
and at the armory.
,f the drop-off needs to be
On the record
Burns
56/93
Medford
69/95
,tems are needed for the
rummaJe sale the 8nited
:ay of &latsop &ounty is
holdinJ from a.m. to
p.m. July and in the
Thursday, July 9
6A16(5,, 5ichard /ee
³DicN´ ² *raveside service at
a.m., 0ount &alvary &ath-
Ontario
68/99
Bend
59/91
TKe Dail\ AVtRriaQ
Memorial
Pendleton
69/99
Salem
58/93
Albany
55/93
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