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Cloverdale, Sonoma county, CA ty reports on status sewage facility Bob Perrauh ap- State Water Qual- Friday, Jan. 25 to on the status of the City's plant. rders from the to meet certain deadlines to the treatment facility's hgthe of an advance treat- Race, con- a review of the current tile plant and to analyse for completing an Program prior to Man- appearance before to the report, the treat- . operating at about Capacity. In determining of remaining capacity reviewed the number of or at a tenta- and the units cur- the planning review indicates that corn- units. review also looked at the 0f connections occumng a average of 77 connec- At this level the City enough capacity to ac- growth for the next 5-7 could change radi- rate of development in- In lightofthis Manager Perrault has tiy remaining at the treatment plant. This information was conveyed to the State Board in the Manager's report. The City has been conducting a Ground Water Monitoring Program this past year, which was concluded in Dew.ember. Data from this pro- gram will indicate if there is any contamination in the ground water caused by the existing evaporation/ perculation ponds that now consitu- ite the City's treatment process. Once the results of the monitoring are compiled, the State Water Qual- ity Board will determine whether or not the current treatment process can be continued. This decision, according to the Manager, will have a direct bearing on bow the City's treatment facility is to be improved. Should the perculation/evapora- tion process not be permitted, an ad- vanced treatment process must be developed. Ultimate cost of the improvement program will depend on the type of process selected. "This will be one of the major decisions the Council will face in the near future," the Manager said. Next step in this process will be to hire a consultant to begin the evalu- ation of alternatives in designing an improvement program Manager perr-,mlt has recom- mended the retention of Brelje and Race as they have become very knowledgeable regarding the City's treatment plant. This firm also has an excellent working relationship with the State Board, the Manager Director report to him on a ; the capac- Cloverdale is scheduled to present another update to the State Board in September. Mrs. Thomas Rich were on hand Friday evening new plaque in the Teen Room at the Cioverdale William Burr Rich, their late husband and son, Room named in ry of William Burr Rich lloys & Girls Club has re- police officer. While be and and his donation to wife, Carolyn, did not have ay chil- entire room of the Room at the Club has of William 1936-1990), who passed 4, 1990, after losing a was raised in this area, lin tncluding as a Cloverdaie ken of their own, he was always interested in helping young people who may have needed a hand from time to time. This substantial donation was given to the Club by an anonymous friend as a way of remembering Mr. Rich, and will be a lasting memorial to his interest in helping the young people of Cloverdaie. Dept. makes U.S. Flags to local businesses Volunteer Fire a number from local merchants splay the American bmiuesses on for the dtnation of the who normally out only on legal holi- week to make special to fulfill these re- lvide local businesses with an American Flag, a yellow ribbon and a flag pole. The busi- ness owner will then assume re- sponsibility for setting the flag out each nmcning and bringing it in- side their business each night. The Fne Dept. will continue pro- ring the flags up on legal holidays to mbscribing bminesses. This is one of thedelgmment's regular ongoing fundmise and the fee is $20 per year. To find out more, contact the Fire Dept. at 894-3545. Vol. CXlI, Issue 5 January 30, 1991 35 cents Cliff Jensen Ron Marincic Peter Daunch Dennis Ross I.ocal families await word from loved ones in the Gulf By Mary Jo Winter Three year old Cameron Jensen wouldn't go outside last Wednesday because he thought the smoke he saw in the distance was "from the shooting." Two of his uncles, Cliff Jensen and Ron Marincie, are in Saudi Arabia. Cliff and Ron were best friends all the time they were growing up. Both graduated from Cloverdale High School in 1987, and each turned 22 this month - Ron on Jan. 1st and Cliff on Jan. 23rd. Last July 3, they became brothers- in-law when Ron married Cliff's sister, Sharon, in a garden wedding at the Marincic's Dutcher Creek home. Cathy and George Jensen, who presently reside in Rohnert Park, last heard from Cliff on Jan. 5 when he called home to tell them he was on the move - moving north. Thursday deadline for directory listings Thursday, Jan. 31, is the deadline for making additions, corrections or deletions in the 1991 Cloverdale Phone Book. Businesses wishing to advertise in the new directory should make these arrangements as quickly as possible. For listings or advertising, contact Bonnie Goodman at 894-3339. He said he couldn't say a lot, but was shipping a box of personal items home. As of Sunday, it still hadn't arrived. Cathy said he told her he just wanted to "go get it over with and come home." She said both boys have indicated to her they are proud of what they're doing and they believe in what they're fighting for. Ron called Sharon a little after I a.m. on Jan. 21. She in turn called his family about 1:30 a.m. to let them know he was ok. Priscilla and Roll Marincic say much of the information they get is relayed by Sharon. The last mail they received was after Christmas ,letting them know he received their package. In what she calls "typical Ron', Priscilla says he often shares his mail and packages with one of his buddies - nicknamed "Coon Dog" - who doesn't hear from his own family or friends very regularly. The Marincics have four daugh- ters, but Ron is their only son. His father says he would wade places with him in a minute if he could. While they are extremely proud of him, they express frustration be- cause they feel so helpless. Peter Daunch is a 1988 graduate of Cioverdale High School. He is probably best remembered as one of the original "Spirit Boyz". Peter left the Pbillipines for the Persian Gulf in December. His last letter, dated Dec. 22, arrived Jan 8. Dewayne and Margaret Daunch haven't heard from him since. Peter is stationed aboard the USS Ranger, and IlLS lolks have been able to pinpoint his location in the Gulf, thanks to an article and drawing in a recent issue of Tune Magazine. A family friend even taped a newscast which spotlighted the crew of the Ranger. In the meantime, they anxiously watch the news, fly their flags, and hope, with each mail delivery, there will be some word from Peter. Robert Garrity graduated from El Molino High School, but lived in Cloverdale and attemled Washing- ton School as a youngster. He joined the Navy about 1-1/2 years ago, and until being deployed to the Gulf in early Dec,, had been home-based in Japan. He cele- brated his 21st birthy aboard ship last October 4. His dad, Michael, says Robert keeps in close touch with his morn, brother and three sisters who live in Santa Rosa, but he hasn't heard from him since last month. When Dennis Ross was deployed to Saudi Arabia earlier this month, his mother, Annetta Tremayne, got something of a bonus - her daughter- in-law Karen and two grandchildren, 8-month old Jacob and 2-1/'2 year old Katie, came to Cloverdale for a month-long visit. He was able to call Karen before she left North Carolina, but there have been no phone calls in Clo- verdale. She received a letter from him a week ago last Saturday which said his unit had been waiting for their orders and their tanks in what he described as a big holding area. Robert Garrity Dennis is a mechanic and his tank is fully equipped to handle most emergency break-down situations. Annetta says she and Karen both try to avoid the news, but usually end un in front of the television anyway. "I'm trying to keep her busy", she says. Last Monday, they went to visit "great-grandma Bonnie" Killian in Sacramento. She was thrilled be- cause it was the first time she's ever met Karen or seen the children. Dennis graduated from CHS in 1983 and joined the Marines that same year. He had originally planned to make a career of the military, but changed his mind and was due to be discharged last August. Needless to say, those plans were changed rather abruptlyt Karen and the children will be leaving Feb. 13 to visit her parents in Wisconsin. She says she doesn't plan to move back home, though. Rather, she will wait for Dennis in N. Carolina, "exactly where he left US[" Bev Hansen's Student Advisory Council includes two from CHS Assemblywoman Bev Hansen has formed a Student Advisory Council, consisting of high school students from throughout her district who are involved in student leadership. The f'wst council meeting will consist of leadership students from Sonoma County. Cloverdale High School's Student Body President Julie Mrkvicka and Vice President Monette pendleton were the first students in Sonoma County to respond, according to Onita Pellegini, the Assembly- womm's Field Representative. Plans are to hold several meetings throughout the spring semester, to discuss issues of state government and students' concerns. Abo planned is an opportunity for the students to visit the State Capitol. Assemblywoman Hansen's goals for the Student Advisory Council is to actively involve student leaders in the legislative process, as well as offering students a forum for discussion of current issues. The snents will also provide informa- tion and input to her on issues they feel are imlXlanL The ftrst meeting of the Sonoma County Student Advisory Council is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 8, from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in the 5th floor conference room at 50 Santa Rosa Avenue. For additional information, please call 546-4500. REWARD Sometime between 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, and 10:.15 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, someone broke into a storage unit at the City's Corp Yard behind Clark Street and stole an estimated $30,000 worth of city-owned tools and equipment. According to Cloverdale Police Chief Rob Dailey, the thieves not only took floor jacks, power tools, socket sets, tires, and other items from the storage shed, they also took all of the , tools off the city-owned vehicles parked there. The City of Cloverdale is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Clover- dale Police Department, 894-2150. Tony Demattei, Peggy Trimble and Mike Powers will represent Clover- dale in the Northern California High School Honor Band performance in Chico this weekend. Also performing will be Holleigh Leupp. Ton00' Holleigh, Mike & Peggy quali00/for Nor Cal Honor Band The Northern California Band Directors' Association has announ- ced the selection of four Clover- dale High School students. Tony Demattei, Holleigh Leopp, Mike Powers and Peggy Trimble have qualified to perform at the California State University, Chico, on Feb. 1st and 2nd, in the Northern California High School Honor Band. This year's conductor is Mr. Dan Hiestand of Caiifomia State University, Chico. Forty high schc3ols submitted tapes to qualify for the one hundred piece band. After the students have gone through live andtiions for chair placement, they will have two days of intensive rehearsals, culmi- nating in the Satm'day night con- cert, which will be held in the Harlan Adams Theatre on the Chico State Campus at 8:15 p.m. The con- cert is free and the public is wel- come Because of the exceptional level of musical ability of the Honor Band, the Association has been able to at- tract the finest state and national high school and college band direc- tors as guest conducts. This is the twenty-ninth year for this event, sponsored by the Northern Califor- nia Band Director' Assocafion.