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January 9, 1991

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POLICE LOG January 9. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Pae 5 I Ill &lt;+ -5 Amber Nico00 Wakeman and Cherry Wakeman of Cloverdale are the proud parents of a Amber Nicole, born Oct. 11, 1990, at Community Hospital. She lbs., 3 oz., and was 21-1/2" long. was welcomed home by her big brother, Jason, age 2-I/2 years. are Robert and Lucille Ioli of Cloverdale, and of Las Vegas, Nevada. Amber's great-grandmother, also lives in Cloverdale. re "Stars of the Winter at the SRJC Planetarium of the Winter Sky" opened Santa Rosa Junior College's The show will run Fri- Saturday evenings at 7pm and Sundays at 1:30 pm,, 3. are $3"general, $2 student Card holders, and are Ioor. The Planetarium is in Lark Hall, Rm. 2001, on children under 5 are not of the Winter Sky" will the most prominent stars including Orion, . Taurus, the bull; Gemini, gel, the most lumi- the million stars closest to US. The show will also include the formation of a star in the Orion Nebula, and the violent death of a massive star in the Crab Nebula which occurred some 6000 years ago. In addition, the Quadrantid meteor shower in January will pro- vide its annual f'weworks and the planets Mars and Jupiter will be prominent in the evening skies dur- ing the winter months. In addition to public shows, the Planetarium also offersschool pro- grams by arrangement, betwen 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday during the school year. For more information, call 528-4371. Sat., Dec. 29 Control burn out of control on US 101 across from Ramazzotti's. Sun., Dec. 30 James Brattin arrested on out- standing warrant. Petaluma man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving at US101 & Railroad. Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of drunken driving 400 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Vehicle vs. dog, Lake & 1st Streets. Men., Dec. 31 Cloverdale woman arrested on suspicion of public intoxication. Tues., Jan. 1 Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of drunken driving at Tarman & Cloverdale Blvd. Chimney fire 100 block Rose- wood Ave. Fire Dept. reports fire out upon arrival. Smoke coming from hot water heater at residence on Railroad Ave. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving at School & Jefferson. Sheriff requests ambulance for combative person who reportedly OD'd on alcohol. Transported by Cloverdale Ambualnce to Healds- burg General Hospital. Truck window broken in front of home on N. Washington. Report of physical dispute 800 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. results in arrest of woman on suspicion of public intoxication. Wed., Jan 2 Verbal dispute escalating to physical, involving teens and adults, 100 block W. 3rd St. Grass fire threatening structure 31000 block McCray Rd. Woman reports receiving ob- scene phone calls. Two male teens arrested and cited to appear before being released to parents. Domestic dispute 200 block E. 1 st St. Sat., Jan 5 Washington School target of paint vandalism. Broken gold necklace found 100 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Vehicle accident northbound US 101 at Asti offramp. , Small fire reported in sawdust pile on Santana. Sheriff requests assistance with assault incident 32000 Old Redwood Hwy. N. Attempted burglary reported at business 100 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Sun., Jan 6 Broken water pipe reported at laundromat 200 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Council to hear update on Bypass plans tonight When the Cioverdale City Coun- cil convenes at 7:30 p.m. tonight (Wednesday) in Council Chambers at City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd. City Manager Bob Perrault will report on a meeting held Jan. 7 with CalTrans regarding the Bypass project now underway. Among other agenda items the Council will consider a request for funds for the newly-formed Clover- dale Chamber of Commerce. Manager Perrault has suggested that the Council hear the request and then refer the matter to staff for re- view and recommendations. A Public Hearing is scheduled to considera resolution increasing en- gineering plan check and inspection fees. The fees will apply to improve- ment plans for residential, commer- cial and industrial development. The resolution would increase the subdivision plan check fee from the current $450 base plus $25 for each lot or unit to 4% of the Engineer's estimate of total cost of improve- ments. The per lot fee would be $75. Final map fees would increase from $275 to $400 for minor subdivi- sons and from $400 base fee and $20 per unit to a $600 deposit plus $25 per lot. The Council will consider com- mittee appointments for 1991 and a request from Councilman Tom Sink for a Work Study Session regarding the progress of the General Plan Up- date., Dr. Don Sato, Superintendent of Cloverdale Schools has also re- quested a joint meeting between the District board and the Council to discuss topics of mutual concern to the City and the School District. Dec. High Low Rain 29 48 38 30 48 30 31 50 27 1 55 34 2 52 36 3 58 51 4 55 41 5 55 36 6 48 36 trace 7 52 45 .69 Rainfall to date 3.50" Last year to date 11.45" Not EVERYBODY enjoys the wet weather, ya' know! (Sorry, kitty, you're outnumbered on this onel)) Trees and plants need water now even if they've been frozen The recent wave of sub-freezing temperatures were the worst the state has seen Since 1932. Damage to citrus crops, such as oranges, grapefruit, lemons and tangerines is still being tabluated. Cloverdale Farmers Market Man- ager Steve Ginsburg sends a re- minder that we are still in the middle of a drought, having had no measur- able rainfall since last May. "Under drought conditions, all plants need water whether it's mid- summer or mid-winter", he says. "The frozen plants and trees should be watered now once per week until we have at least 10" of rain." the trees and plants a dose of plant fertilizer when you water", he adds. According to Steve, citrus fruit is 90% unusable, noting that it's "mushy, watery and very bitter". The fruit and the frozen leaves will soon fall off the trees. "Don't prune now", he warns. "Wait until spring for new growth, if any, to appear." Citrus Fair Manager Gary Mc- Donald says he still doesn't know how the freeze will affect this year's Citrus Fair. He's still waiting for an official report from the Agri- culture Dept. 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