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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 -- Page 3 0 POLICE LOG CONT. 0 physical disturbance on S. Clover- dale Blvd. Officer arrested one sub- ject for battery. 11:44 p.m. Caller on N. Washing- ton St. reports a subject in a truck is working near the phone lines in the area. Caller thinks they may not be legit due to the late hour. Sgt. re- ports Comcast was working on the lines. Thursday, Jan. 27 7:32 a.m. Caller reports a male subject in a red Toyota keeps fol- lowing them as they are walking near School St. Officer reports it was a CHS student and incident was not as reported. 8:48 p.m. Report of a suspicious subject outside of Main St. Spa. Of- ficer reports subjects were waiting for Wallace House to open. 9:07 a.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding a sub- ject who followed her night prior. 10:23 a.m. Caller requests infor- mation regarding an incident that happened at Jefferson School. 11:53 a.m. Caller on S. Cloverdale Blvd. reports a subject entered his business and when he was ap- proached he ran off. Caller would like the subject warned not to enter his property again. 12:01 p.m. Report of two subjects on the freeway with a shopping cart in the center divide. Officer reports the subjects stated they were both here for a carnival that is coming up in February. Officer escorted the subjects off the freeway. 12:04 p.m. Report of a speeding vehicle on Foothill Blvd. 12:18 p.m. Report of a mother and child in a disturbance at CHS. Of- ficer warned and advised both par- ties. 2:35 p.m. Dante employee reports small dogs that live in the house next door are coming into the bar and urinating. Caller states they also have problems with chickens from the same residence. 5:07 p.m. CHP transfer for a road rage incident that started in Healds- burg. Subjects are en route to the station. Officer warned and ad- vised all involved subjects. 5:42 p.m. Juvenile and parent re- quest to speak to an officer regard- ing an incident that occurred previously. 6:53 p.m. Caller reports she lost her cell phone in the Plaza. Friday, Jan. 28 11:52 a.m. Warrant arrest on Commerce Ln. 1:19 p.m. Caller reports a boy's bike wa.s left. on her property last week. Caller States she will keep the bike over the weekend to see if any- FIRE CALLS Monday, Jan. 24 No calls for service. Tuesday, Jan. 25 Medical aid on Champlain Dr. for a two year old male with a fever. Medical aid on Hardister Dr. for a possible deceased subject. Medical aid on East St. for a 10 year old male with a laceration to his lower leg. Wednesday, Jan. 26 Vegetation fire on Levee Rd. Fire was an old grape vine burn. Thursday, Jan 27 Medical aid on Brookside Dr. for a male patient feeling ill. Public assist on Franklin St. for a non-injury lift assist. Friday, Jan. 28 Public assist on King Cir. for a female subject who needed assis- tance to her feet. Vehicle accident on northbound Hwy. 101. No injuries, no transport. Report of a natural gas leak on Washington St. Public assist for a male subject feeling ill. Saturday, Jan. 29 Medical aid on Franklin St. for a 72 year old female feeling ill. Medical aid on Clark St. for a 70 year old male with shortness of breath. Public assist for an elderly female who needed assistance to her feet. Sunday, Jan. 30 Medical aid on Tarman Dr. for a 45 year old female with liver fail- ure. Medical aid on Vista View for an 83 year old male with a dislocated hip. Medical aid on Healdsburg Ave. for a 53 year old female with a burned hand. one will retrieve it. 5:06 p.m. Caller in the area of Garden Apts. reports a male subject is walking a very small black dog and the subject appears to be mis- treating the dog, making it fly through the air as he is pulling it along. 5:45 p.m. Caller requests an offic- er check the welfare of a resident on Clark Ave. 6:11 p.m. Officer out with four subjects on E. First St. 6:43 p.m. Officer out on Cale- donian Ct. for a parking violation. 7:08 p.m. Caller on Washington St. reports a group of subjects on the playground being very loud and screaming. Officer reports the school offered open gym tonight and the event is over for the evening. 8:15 p.m. Caller from Ray's Food Place requests an officer for a theft report. Caller states the subject got away but left behind a backpack full of merchandise and a passport. 10:07 p.m. Officer out with a sub- ject reporting a possible stolen ve- hicle. Report taken. Saturday, Jan. 29 6:54 a.m. Request for an officer to make contact with a male subject who is walking back and forth be- tween Exchange Bank and An- tiques & Uniques. Officer moved subject along. 9:08 a.m. Citizen reports losing a black wallet with ID and credit cards. 2:42 p.m. Officer out on South St. for a subject driving without a li- cense. 6:25 p.m. Officer out with a suspi- cious occupied vehicle on S. Clo- verdale Blvd. 9:11 p.m. Officer out with a sub- ject on E. First St. 10:17 p.m. Caller requests an of- ficer check the welfare of his father, who he has be trying to contact all day. Subject checked OK. 11:45 p.m. Officer out in the area of United Church for a vehicle oc- cupied by two subjects. Sunday, Jan. 30 6:59 a.m. Caller on Ottoboni Dr. reports two young men are being loud and causing a disturbance. 8:17 a.m. Caller on Furber Ln. re- ports his house was tagged with or- ange paint. Report taken. 11:11 a.m. Caller on W. 2nd St. reports his vehicle was vandalized, mirrors broken and all four tires were slashed. 1:36 p.m. Officer out with a group of ten juveniles on S.,F, oothill Blvd. 2:11 p.m. Caller on Hillview Dr. reports her purse was stolen. 3:04 p.m. Caller reports several subjects are smoking marijuana at the City Park. 6:02 p.m. Report of three female juveniles that are possibly drunk at Clark Park. 7:31 p.m. Caller on Venezia re- ports her husband just stole her ve- hicle. Officer reports it is a civil issue only. 7:54 p.m. Report of possible gun shots on N. Cloverdale Blvd. 9:13 p.m. Citizen requests advice regarding child custody issue. 9:34 p.m. Citizen reports receiv- ing threatening and harrassing phone calls. Advice given. Opportunity Response Team starts Are you interested in starting a business, or expanding an existing business? Do you have an idea for an event that could benefit the com- munity by bringing people into town? Have you brainstormed a wonderful idea that could put Clo- verdale on the map? Then the Clo- verdale Opportunity Response Team would love to meet with you! City staff and consultants make up the ORT, and depending on the particular issues, the City Manager and members of the Planning De- partment, Economic Development, Housing and Redevelopment, En- gineering, or the City Attorney may participate. Our goal is to work col- laboratively, by starting with infor- mal conceptual meetings, to identify the fastest and least expen- sive ways to bring projects and ideas to fruition. In an effort to spread the word about the ORT process for new businesses or expansion of existing businesses, City Manager Nina Re- gor and Economic Development Consultant Carla Howell, are meet- ing with local real estate agents rep- resenting commercial properties in town. Additionally the team has met with sponsors for a new county wide event, a portion of which will be taking place in Cloverdale this June. Anyone interested in participat- ing in the ORT process for a new or existing business or who wishes to discuss an event or idea to benefit the community can make an ap- pointment by calling Carla Howell at 894-0125.- Carla Howell Firefighters stop by at storytime On Tuesday, Jan. 26, the Clovere- dale Fire Department joined us at the Library for Preschool Storytime. The children enjoyed a story read by one of the firefighters and watched another firefighter put on his full turn-out gear. They also learned what to expect if the Fire Department ever has to come to their house. Then the children were able to go out to the parking lot and actually climb into. he fire truck, see the different tools the firefight- ers use and ring the fire truck bell. Before they left, the firefighters gave each child their own fire hat. Thank you to the Cloverdale Fire Department and Anthony, Pete, Kevin and Kellen for a very excit- ing morning! Preschool Storytime continues each Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. through Feb. 15. Children ages 2-5, with a caregiver, are invited for sto- ries, songs and fun. This is a drop- in program, no sign-ups are required. There is time after the program for socializing. For more information, please call Cindy at 894-5271 x5. -Lucinda Wilson Numerous volunteers were honored at the Jan. 19, board of trustees meeting for CUSD The people were honored for volunteering at all school sites: Cloverdale High School, Washington School, and Jefferson School All of the volunteers were thanked and lauded by Superintendent of Schools, Claudia Frandsen. From left: Diane DeVerte, Margie Schoell, Heather Lloyd, Vickie Scaramella, Erin Miller, Beverley McChesney, Jim Nameny, Dave McChesney, Heidi Vlasak, and Dave Ankrom. Not pictured: Karen Mauer and Peter Turbott. SCHOOL AUDIT CONT. economic crisis. "There is very little room in the budget should pro- jected revenues not be realized or expenditures exceed the appropriations," the report states. It also points out that the budget adopted for 2009-2010 included an increase to the General Fund balance of $81,000 but the district actually ended the year with a decrease in the General Fund balance of $778,000. "The 2010-2011 budget should be constantly moni- tored throughout the year and revised when consid- ered necessary, however, no revision should be approved that would reduce the available reserves be- low one percent. Additionally, actual expenditures should be constantly monitored throughout the year and no expenditures should be approved that would exceed appropriations unless unexpected revenue is identified," the report states. The district's response is that it agrees that progress toward a minimum reserve is critical. It is pointed out that the district now has an official Fiscal Advisor, appointed by the Sonoma County Office of Education, who must approve any extra district expenditures. The audit report showed that the district has success- fully implementing numerous recommendations made in the previous audit, including performing a physical inventory of fixed assets, improving its handling of non-ASB donations to Cloverdale High School, and making deposits in a more timely manner. The report also found that audit tests disclosed no "internal control instances of noncompliance or other matters that are required to be reported under Govern- ment Auditing Standards." Pictured are some of the more than 20 children who participated in Preschool Storytime on Jan 26. 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