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--------_____ Page 10, Cloverdale Revellle, January 22, 1997 FIRE BOARD- ceed in passing a special tax that will provide sufficient fund- ing for District operations. Aspinars contract had been approved at the Dec. 9 meeting. Board Chairman Janet Collins also served on the committee with Andersen. In other business the Board: approved, in a 3-2 vote (Jones and Richards opposed), to pro- ceed with a grant proposal for a vehicle pollution mitigation pro- gram involving purchase of a utility vehicle using compressed natural gas and a small fueling station to be installed at the fire house. The District is applying for a grant of $28,420 from the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District. Cost to the district would be an esti- mated $2500. The 8-passenger van would replace a District- owned pick-up recently de- stroyed when it accidently rolled down ahill when parked. Cause of the accident has not been de- termined. Fire Chief Jack Rosevear ex- plained that the van would mean no more tailboard transport of fire personnel, a goal the Dis- trict has set for greater crew safety. By-laws were amended to change the regular meeting place from City Hall to the Sciaini meetingroom on the second floor, 138 S. Cloverdale Blvd. The Board will form an elec- tion committee to inform voters concerning the upcoming spe- cial tax election March 4. Chief Rosevear announced new volunteer firefighters Mike Davis and Dan Dennett. Mike is a police officer in the city and a former volunteer with the Wind- sor Fire District. Dan is a career firefighter with the California Department of Forestry. He also announced promotion of David Emmel and Gary DeRosier from engineer to lieu- tenant and of Brad Avansino, Michael Piehl and James Cerini from firefighter to apparatus en- gineer. r B&G CLUB00 It is McBride's hope that staff, children, supplies and furnish- ings can be moved back into the Tarman Club from their tempo- rary site at the Cloverdale Cit- rus Fairgrounds before the fair in February. "We'll know in a week or two if we are going to make it," she said. If not, the club would most likely close for a week while ev- erything is moved from the fair- grounds, and then the club would reopen at the fairgrounds with a few tables and chairs until the Tarman clubhouse is ready. McBride also noted one other change--the Club deeded the red house between the car wash and the Exxon station to the owner of the car wash, Harold Ame- lung in exchange for an ease- ment next to the house and 50 feet in the back of his property. The extra 50 feet gave the club room for their gym and the ease- ment has allowed the club to build a road from the Boulevard to the clubhouse. "It will at some point be paved. It will take some of the traffic away from Tarman and it also means the buses won't have to turn around in the park- ing lot," McBride said. It's com- pletion depends on the weather. Little League Sign-ups February 6 & 11 It's that time of year again! The boys and girls of Cloverdale are invited to join the National Little League. This is a great chance to learn good sportsman- ship, honesty, loyalty, courage, respect for authority and just plain have fun playing baseball. Sign-ups will take place Feb. 6, from 6-8:30 pm and Tuesday, Feb. 11 from 6 to 8:30 pm. atthe Jefferson Auditorium at the school. T-Ball is for 6-7 year olds; farm league for eight to nine- year-olds; minor league for 10 to 12-year-olds. 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