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} rdale tion set April two seats on City Council for April of incumbent Marie Van- knd Dr. Clifford in April. The have an- they will seek a. As of Monday inot filed. tes for the council take out papers starting January 10 at Hall. The papers by 5 p.m. January 31. The same dates also apply for the election as City Clerk. The incumbent, Barbara Peugh has already filed and taken out nomination papers to re-run. A recent decision on election regulations by the City Council limits can- didates' statements to 200 words but place no limit on campaign contributions. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. election day. Successful candidates will be sworn in by the city clerk at the April 22 council meeting. election 18 election has been by the city council public support increase in received by cities. will ask favor .cities an extra one per- of state sales tax The one percent taken from the share. in the sales tax apportionment is supported by the League of California Cities. Passage of Proposition 13 has severely reduced the income of many cities in the state. California cities are now concerned about the effects on their income if Jarvls Two, slated for the June ballot, is passed. The proposal would cut revenue from state in- come tax in half. nity Resorce I to meet t't it be nice to know that's going to month? "Well, ii; have that, wouldn't to just know where get that in- After all, its all in Cloverdale ..... a consensus community is a problem or towns with populations. m still a small is time to develop How? As we to the Communit Council. Y a Community Hopefully of twelve elected representing spheres of who will meet pPailoegda: Of a l'eference source for they represent and te when needed =rt Q,t zons .that will in- " anl Our quality of d Edi il',r'ales' activities, -in town community acee.  membership shall ! to all organizations .'\\;COmmunity. ral areas of in- iwPllines into our ) , ill be Seniors and community concerns Health, Youth, Ministerial ,and Cultural, also Com- munity Services and the people we live with everyday. The people who would support this organization might belong to any group in town. The police, the young people, and the people con- cerned with our health, our transportation or lack of, also our schools and the historical society. Also included are the people .who care about. keeping our streets clean and our kids busy and actively involved. How would they do that? We have some answers and some support but a few things still have to be worked out. All organizations (there are in excess of 100) and in- terested parties are invited to attend the next meeting of the Community Resource Council. WHEN : Saturday, January 26, 1980 at 2 p.m. WHERE : Veterans Building. The meeting will end at 3:30 p.m. This is an organization that you will want to support. An election will be held to elect twelve members willing to serve for the coming year. ne wants no s to Dry Creek Keene, D- Navigability, in this case, is will introduce to prohibit toDry Creek, from Warm tack will be a legally declaring "non-navigable,,, to a letter he sent )ma County Board ters say, "...a ,e declaration of non- ility would be a a legal concept. In general, the public cannot be denied the use of a stream which is judged to be navigable. Public access to Dry Creek for fishing and boating has been recommended by state and federal environmental agencies in connection with development of a recreation master plan for Warm Springs Dam. Dr)- Creek Valley residents ep toward resolving have tom la ,=.i ertaintv i" t ..... p ined such access .... ,ma C.unt"y'==UiruoOn t w...ould leadto tres.passing, - - - vigation . ,' .mtenng anu vammtmm on d." should be properties bordering the  creek.  mmmljj iN 00our COME .'I'AX F_4J START YOUR S ! NOW ,. i WITH J.K. LASSER'S 1980 Guide $3.95 "  (tax deductible) . at P,lgnm Books 105 E. First Street, Cloverdale ,zs ..0a I Wednesday, January 16, 1980- Paae 3 Councilwoman Marie Vandagrfff Councilman Dr. Clifford Snider City Clerk Barbara Peugh Geyserville Continued from page ! was done adequately was beside the point, she said, since questions of adequacy must be raised within 30 days of adopting the document, and the EIR ',3,,as adopted almost three years ago. Geyserville Christian Church,, said the children in a nursery school play within feet of an open sewer ditch. If he were to follow the county Planning Department guidelines to the Jast letter,, he said, it is conceivable that  Like a previous publid .he would not be allowed to hearing before county planners, there was unanimous agreement that Geyserville does indeed need a sewage treatment plant. The issue is where it will go. The county Environmental Health Services Department says well over 50 percent of the septic systems in Geyserville are considered unsatisfactory and a hazard to public health. As a result, a moratorium on develop- ment has been imposed. James Corner, pastor of the add any new members to the congregation because it would burden the septic system. Mrs. Waltenspiel pointed out that when residents ap- proved the plant they behaved it would be situated on a gravel bar, not prime agricultural land, and southeast, instead of directly south, of town where prevailing winds will have a greater tendency to carry odor. The plant site is on 6.2 acres COUPON COLOR PRINT SPECIAL For developing and printing from 1 -11 your standard c Mar pdnt rolls. }aliY J 12 exp. ,. 2.79 \\;/ 20 exp... 3.99 ///.  ) 24 exp... 4.79 \\; 36 exp... 6.59 ASA 400 Film Developing, add 25 to special price. Mayor Domenichelli appointed treasurer of County Fair Mayor Jack Domenichelli has been appointed treasurer of the Sonoma County Fair by the Board of Directors Also included in the appointment is serving on the Fair Board Executive Committee. Mayor Domenichelli was appointed to the Fair Board in September 1979 by Supervisor Nick Esposti. Ills position as treasurer started in November 1979. He will also serve as chairman of the Budget and Finance Com- mittee, and is a member of the publicity and racing committee for the fair. Since 1970, Mayor Domenichelli has been in- valved with politics. He is presently serving his second tenure as mayor of Clover- dale. He is a commissioner on Sonoma County LAFCO, which consists of two county supervisors, two city officials from Sonoma County and a member at large. He is a director of United Way and a member of the Cloverdale Rotary Club and past president of the Cloverdale Rotary Club in 1976. Mayor Domenichelli resides in Cloverdale with his wife Frances and their three children, Elsie Rose, Derek and Mark. of a parcel measuring more than 100*acres owned by the Waltenspiel's where prunes and pears are grown, The address "is 528 Highway 128, near the Highway, 101 er,:i[!e e,facc ...... "l'n and around Geyserville there' ample land that wouldn't grow lunch for a jackrabbit/where the plant would be better suited ," said Mrs. Wplterisplel. Harry Bosworth, chairman of the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce sanitation committee, reminded the board that Mrs Waltenspiel served on the committee and knew about the alternate site. "If there were real en- vironmental concerns, they should have been addressed two years ago," he said. Beginning Nk)nday, Jahuary 14, and the second Monday of every month hereafter, from 6-9 p.m., we will be featuring - Lobster Tail Beef Wellington Full Dinner - Hors d' Oeuvres, Carafe of Wine, Beverage, and Dessert. =20 Per Person Reservations Only - by Friday please Pa pa Joh n's '225 Theresa Dr-lye 894-3838 Due West at the Dutcher Creek Exit from Hwy. 101 - Fu00iCosts Driving You Crazy ? TRY COAL 1/3 the Cost of Wood Burns in fireplaces & most wood buring stoves CLEAN EFFICIENT Cloverdale Nursery & Gift Shop 64 Brookside Dr. s10" 100 Ib, bag "J" Shoes Family Shoe CLEARANCE FURTHER REDUCTIONS! 25 50% off Our Large Selection of Fashion Shoes & Boots Famolare .Dexter .Penaljo . Bare Traps .Hush Puppies .Dennas and MANY more! '"Cloverdale's Family Shoe Store '/. 109 E. First St. 4-590