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PAGE 2 --WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 2010 <I, PUBLIC I Monday, Dec. 28 6:25 a.m. Debit card found in the police lobby. 11:48 a.m.S. Franklin St. man re- quested to speak with an officer re- garding a collection letter he received. He didn't think the letter was legitimate. Advice given. 1:20 p.m. Woman in lobby re- questing to speak with an officer regrading paperwork she signed and property found in a duffle bag. 1:39 p.m. Parking violation en- countered in the 200 block of N. Cloverdale Blvd. Driver was con- tacted and vehicle was moved. 4:54 p.m. Report of possible mail theft on N. Jefferson St. 5:09 p.m. Report of a bike theft. Bike was located. It was not stolen. 6:47 p.m. Report of a lost dog on S. Jefferson St. The owner called and dog was returned. 7:52 p.m. Report of three or four older kids hanging out at the bus stop on N. Washington Street at W. Fourth St. The kids were being loud and yelling at cars. Moved along. 9:11 p.m. Officer initiated activity with a suspicious person at Lake St. and S. Cloverdale Blvd. 9:26 p.m. Report of a burglary on Hardister Dr. A woman was taking care of the house for the owners and discovered a bicycle and a ste- reo was missing. Report taken. Tuesday, Dec. 29 12:53 a.m. Officer on foot patrol at Ranch House Dr. and Home- wood Ct. 9:14 a.m. Caller reported that he thought two dogs were going to at- tack him. One was a large white bulldog type dog and the other was a large black dog. The dogs some- how popped open their gate. 9:19 a.m. Officer initiated contact with a suspicious vehicl.e near the fresh water reservoir on Kings Ridge Rd. 9:24 p.m. Officer encountered a dog who just bolted across N. Clo- verdale Blvd. The dog was returned to its owner. 11:29 a.m. Fingerprinting re- quested. Completed. 12:22 p.m. Loose white boxer Featured Property: Healdsburg Spectacular 160+/- Acres w/Vineyard Expansive land parcel w/30+/- acres planted in Cab, Merlot & Zinfandel grapes generating substantial income. Southern exposure, 3 wells, pond, several building sites and panoramic views! $2,300,000 Victorian Farmhouse 5 bdrm home with two additional units, .5+/- acre, fabulous yard, inground pool, oaks & views. Single family residence, vacation rental or B&B! Near town. 435cloverdale.com $1,270,000 hideawayin $499,000 Own Your Own Vineyard 19.2+/- acres of established vineyard with 11+/- acres of Chardonnay grapes under contract with Clos du Bois Winery. Two miles south of Hopland. hoplandvineyard.com $45O,OOO Estates at [ Clover Creek ..... One of Cloverdale's premier subdivisions. Ten lots, up to 113 acre, incl. approved ::: [ plans for a semi-custom ;i: home or your own design. [ viewlots $180,000 to =" I $199,000 Easy Wine Country Living Two mobile homes in all- age park with pool, club- house, game room and BBQ facility. One is a 2bd/2ba, the other is a 3bd/2ba with private fenced yard, $27,500 & $57,000 www.winecountrygroup.comlreveille BankofAmeria"00 (707) 894-4555 Voted North Bay Biz Magazine's Home Loans "Best Real Estate Company" 2004-2009 An independently owned and operated brokerage THE WINE COUNTRY GROUP" Temperatures Hi ighh Low Rain Dec. 28 50 40 - Dec. 29 56 33 .02 Dec. 30 n/a n/a - Dec. 31 55 33 .40 Jan. 1 55 33 .59 Jan. 2 56 41 - Jan. 3 48 32 - Rainfall YTD 10.74"-- Last YTD 8.44" Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. type dog reported on Kay Ct., then on Heidi Lane and Shahan. Dog re- turned to owner and gate secured. 1:31 p.m. Citizen came in to li- cense his bicycle. 8:45 p.m. Report of four men be- hind the movie theater, one had his shirt off and was involved in an argument. The reported party got scared and drove away. When of- ficer arrived there was no one on the scene. 10:36 p.m. Caller requested ad- vice regarding his 15 year old daughter. Wednesday, Dec. 30 12:13 a.m. Mother in the lobby seeking advice about her daughter. 6:54 a.m. Report of two Pit Bulls onthe same property where a don- key was attacked last week. While on the phone the dogs reportedly left the property. Officer could not locate loose dogs in the area. 12:04 p.m. Resident on Oakbrook Lane requested to speak with an officer regarding two Pit Bulls that attacked her cat early.in the morn- ing. She advised that the cat is OK. 12:43 p.m. Report of a man sell- ing oranges from a cart in the vicin- ity of W. Second Street and N. Jefferson. 4:10 p.m. Report of a loose black Lab with an orange collar on Asti Road. at First St. 4:21 p.m. Mother reports that her 15 year old son is missing. 4:25 p.m. Report of a woman out of control at a local liquor store. Af- ter police and ambulance were on the scene, they determined no med- ical . transport was required. 6:31 p.m. Two trucks reported at : the north end of Clover Springs Dr. Caller believes that they up to "no good." Caller also requested that they be moved along as they are not Clover Springs residents. 6:54 p.m. An argument involving three men was reported on S. Clo- verdale Blvd. 8:17 p.m. Report of a dog barking i lil the staffi.gspeCialistsat: i Presented by Jeff and Tina Tate INTAKE CLEANING if your vehicle seems sluggish, idles roughly, or "diesels" (continues to run after it is turned off), it may be due to a buildup of carbon inside the intake manifold. Because carbon is a natural by-product of combustion, it may accumulate in parts of the engine or exhaust, especially in the presence of contaminants such as oil or overly rich air/fuel mixtures. The problem may also be exacerbated by short trips (highway driving tends to burn away carbon excesses). In any case, when treatment is necessary to remove car- bon buildup, the auto technician must rely on a combination of cleaners, pumps, and/or vacuum or blasting de- vices. For a thorough job, the intake manifold should be removed and cleaned manually. Hint: Repeated stalling in cold weather and poor acceleration are also signs of carbon buildup. If you think you're suffering from carbon build up- or any othe r problem -then bring your car down to our shop. Our ASE Master-Certified technicians can clean it out and make sure that there aren't any other issues causing your rough idlingWe can also provide the regular maintenance that your car needs to catCh small problems before they become big problems, Your car deserves t Ca, today to schedule an appointmenti Your dealership alternative Since2001. Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, located at 2t0 So, Ctoverdale Blvd., Downtown Cloverdate , 707-894-1072 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDA_E, CALIFORNIA F pe Cloverdale [ 00Throuoh lhe Xears I I  I Matters that are More o r Los i of Interest I L lo,00e Mo.. January 8, 1910 - 100 years ago It is a matter of widespread news that the consumption of our native wines has been increasing at a rapid rate. The sale of American wines has almost doubled during the last 10 years. The greatest consumption of wines today is at the table with the daily meal. The time to drink wine is during eating, and not between meals. The place to drink is at the table, and sensible people are no more likely to over drink than to over eat in their own home. This evening a popular moving picture entertainment will be given at Humbert's Opera House. This is not to be a short one hour show, but will occupy two and one half hours, a program of nine pictures or six reels being given, as follows: In Old Kentucky, a story of the Civil War. The Drunkard's Fate, a temperance play. Hansel and Gretel, Grimm's fairy tale. Whitley's Witless Wanderings, a comedy. The Winning Boat, dramatic. Snake Skin Industry in Java, educational. Winning a Widow, comedy. Mrs. Jones' Birthday, comedy. A Woman's Intrigue, hand colored. These are all new pictures and the machine is the best money can buy. Admission, 20; children under 10 years, 10. January 7, 1960 - 50 years ago Cloverdale Chamber of Com- merce has three sites in the area under consideration for an airport. Notices will be sent out to Clo- verdale property owners to re- pair faulty sidewalks. A survey of the city's sidewalks will be made and the property owners will be notifed to fix them if there are holes or other faults. It has pointed out that the City is liable if a person is injured on a faulty sidewalk. This liability to the city does not apply if the property owner has received notice to repair the sidewalk. January 9, 1985 - 25 years ago Lake Sonoma Resort Area has announced that 100 to 250 slips will be available for use at the Sonoma Lake Marina by May, 1985. Slips and 70 R. V. spaces will be available on a first-come-service basis. The marina may be open in time for the Memorial Day weekend, but its opening depends on how fast the lake rises. The marina will include a floating platform, a deli-type restaurant, office, gas docks, bait and tackle shop, water-ski school, and rowing club. Paddle boats, sailboats and fishing boats will be available to rent. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not permit seaplane use at Lake Sonoma. The Dry Creek Critical Habitat Zone has been established in coordination with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to protect the endangered peregrine falcon. The peregrine's territorial nature and tendency to initiate defense fights against flying i0truders, including aircraft. This is the primary reason for the Corps' dcision to close the lake to seaplane use. for two hours straight on Chablis Way. Thursday, Dec. 31 4:11 a.m. Report of a dog barking on Chablis Way Notice left for at home. >PLEA.  off and on all night. wner who was not - TURN TO PAGE 3 My Iiii. Daddy Found AHearing lil!i Solution. YOU CAN T00! MENDOCIN0/LAKE AUIIIOLOGY n .a"fied individuals ma t ke a st a io f the art UK!IAH Clarist ensen FamilyWelc,,mes You HOFFMAN HC00USE RESTAURANT Early Risers Specials: Monday-Friday, Sl3.i(l00 l 8; am - 10 am [] 2 pancakes, choice of 2 eggs, choice f applewood smoked bacon or our house-made chorizo sausage patty. [] French toast, choice of 2 eggs, choice of applewood smoked bacon or our house-made chiorizo sausage patty, i [] Cheese and applewood smoked bacon !omelette and choice of toast. [] Choice of 2 eggs, choice of applewood ;moked bacon or our house-made chorizo sausage ptty, choice of toast. .o Other  reservations specials &regular  .: menu  =.j items  available Call 857-$264 Hwy. 101 -Canyon Road Exit, Geyserville CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, NOTICE OF PUBL CITY OF CLOVERDALE PL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA" the City of Cloverdale will hold a January 20, 2010 at or after 6:30 Center, 311 N. Main Street, C purpose of considering the followi Applicant/Property Owner: Tyri Location: Alexander Val erally located Road and the mately 900 fe APN's 117-05 015, 016, 018 Proposal: 1) 2) :. Environmental "Assessment .,; (CEQA) Consideration A Lot Merger 015 with 117:. A Lot line ad 050-00710151 Categorically tion 15305, Minor Alterati, Limitations : Project details and any written corn i at the City of Cloverdale Commun i 126 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverda ;: Community Development Departr : report for the application will be a Planning Commission meeting. All interested persons are invited the above address no later than present to comment orally on the item in court, you may be limited tc or someone else raised at the pu notice, or in written corresponde Commission at or prior to, the pul i. Betsi Lewitter, City Planner City of CIoverdale #5 Jan. 6, 2010 CITY OF CLO' REQUEST FOR JANITORIAL PROPOSALS DUE J, . The City of Cloverdale is requestin experienced janitorial service prey -ing routine janitorial services to c : The Proposer will provide detail i" (including all labor and materials), assignment. Please note that tl : janitorial contract. ": The selection will be based on c . mance and reliability of the Propc Proposer will need to meet City re( insurance, and background checl : Bid packages with proposal requil the City of Cloverdale, 124 N. CIo  95425. ' =;#6 Jan. 6, 13 2010 NOTICE OF INTENT TC DECLARA'( NOTICE OF PUB CITY OF CLOVERDAL MISSION AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 15072 and 15073 of the State of CIoverdale hereby gives n, ' Declaration (ND) for the Stati , available for review and corn found that the environmental ,. the Plan would be less than s Description of project: The C man, Tung and Sasaki, has Cloverdale Transit Station/Do - amines ridership potential, d implementation actions for al generally a -mile radius of train depot. The Plan analyzes respect to access and circulat land uses, prepares a compr, design guidelines and zonin.( development in and around tt .... The Plan Area includes the he side of Highway 101 encomp; cent commercial areas and c ties. The Plan area also includ  developed properties on the " which could be developed in th Development and industrial u jobs near the SMART rail corl , L Notice of Public Hearings: -I the City of Cloverdale will hold day, January 20, 2010 at or a dale Senior Center, 311 N. M fornia, for the purpose of con,, ration and the Station/Downh The City Council of the City of hearing (this date is tentativ 24, 2010, to consider adoptior and the Station/Downtown A Review Period and Docum The Draft ND and support d review and comment from Jet 2010 at the address listed I available the Friday before tt Cloverdale Community Deve , 126 N. CIoverdale Blvd., CIo Written comments should b, Cloverdale, Community Deve tion Bruce Kibby, Communit Bruce Kibby, Community City of Cloverdale #4 Jan. 6, 2010