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PAGE 2 --WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 2010 Monday, Feb. 1 12:02 a.m. Officer reports a street sign down at Comazzi Rd. due to ground saturation. Public Works was notified. 12:08 a.m. Officer out in the area of Napa Auto Parts with a suspicious subject. 12:13 a.m. Report of a family dis- turbance on Treadway Ct. Advice given. 5:52 a.m. 911 caller on Caledonian Ct. reports screaming and loud bang- ing coming from a residence in the area. Officer warned and advised subjects. 5:56 a.m. 911 caller reports a sub- ject on Caledonian Ct. was shutting off their power and water. 7:57 a.m. Officer out with a suspi- cious subject in the area of Garden Circle. 8:09 a.m. Citizen requests to speak with an officer regarding a local business charging a fee on a food stamp credit card. Advice given. 8:10 a.m. Caller reports the door to the laundry room at Cloverdale RV Park had been kicked in. Report taken. 9"31 a.m. 911 caller reports a phys- ical fight between brothers on Oak- brook Ln. 1:31 p.m. Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding a parking violation on Ioli Ranch Cir. 3:40 p.m. Caller on King Cir. re- ports he got tasered by a male sub- ject riding a bike. Officer reports subject was not Tasered but threat- ened only. 3:46 p.m. Caller on W. Third St. reports three juveniles carrying skateboards were throwing some type of fireworks on the sidewalk and into the roadway. 11:25 p.m. Caller on W. 4th St. re- ports two or three male subjects keep going in and out of a house and are acting suspicious. Officer moved subjects along. Tuesday, Feb. 2 8:13 a.m. Caller on Venzia Way reports a two vehicle accident. Offic- er cited one subject for driving with- out a license. 8:54 a.m. Citizen requests to speak i~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiil .... Serving the Cloverdale Community since 1879 Temperatures Low Rain Feb. 1 nla nYa - Feb. 2 nla n/a - Feb. 3 62 50, .01 Feb. 4 55 47 .64 Feb. 5 58 48 - Feb. 6 59 42 .69 Feb. 7 58 39 - Rainfall YTD 30.66"--Last YTD 9.98" Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. Reservoir storage data midnight February 7 According to the California De- partment of Water Resources, Lake Sonoma is at 112 percent of average storage with 221,390 acre feet of water compared with 180,581 a year ago. It-is at 65% of its actual capacity. Lake Mendocino is 102 percent of average storage with 68,979 acre feet of water compared with 30,633 a year ago. It is at 58 percent of its actual capacity. The National Weather Service forecasts showers, thunderstorms and rain for the Cloverdale area Tuesday and Thursday. There is a slight chance of rain on Friday and Monday. with an officer regarding being fol- lowed by a suspicious male in a red car while she was walking in Del Webb. 9:17 a.m. Citizen requests an offic- er look at her vehicle to see if the windshield was broken by a rock or a bullet. Officer referred matter to CHP. 10:13 a.m. Caller on King Cir. re- ports a subject is in the area that he would like removed. Report taken. 3:20 p.m. Officer assisting Sono- ma Co. Sheriff at Payless Storage. 4:46 p.m. Caller reports loud mu- sic coming from a vehicle parked at the City Park. Officer reports music was turned down upon request. 7:19 p.m. Caller reports loud mu- sic coming from a residence on Ioli Ranch Cir. 7:49 p.m. Caller on S. Cloverdale blvd. reports two male adults are going door to door stating they are from Comcast. Caller thought is was strange at such a late hour. Wednesday, Feb. 3 8:19 a.m. Caller reports she locked her keys in her vehicle with a small child. 10:17 a.m. Caller reports a sprin- kler head appears to be broken in the area of the Citrus Fair offramp. 2:33 p.m. Officer out on W. Third S a,,,c'e on Home Lo ans ! - David with daughter Christina Member since 2005 Jumbo Loans ...... "Without Rates! How much can you saver P dwood I (8) 6o9.9oo9 Credit Union www.redwm:~dcu.o~fln~ce CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille Through the Years Matters that are More or Less of Interest By Joyce Mann February 12, 1910 - 100 years ago: When the doors swing open for the eighteenth annual Fair, visitors will find the display of citrus products one of the best, and very probably the very best ever offered in the history of the association. Prof. D. C. Smith of Healdsburg, the veteran band master, will again furnish the music. His band of Sonoma County's best musicians will give pleasing concerts at the pavilion and escort visitors from excursion trains to the Fair. An industrial moving picture company is making a film to advertise California throughout the east. The film will be shown at the Fair each evening. It covers the vintage season of California. The opening scene shows busy growers at work, and one snap brings out strikingly the dexterity of the grape pickers in cutting bunches. The next section brings out vividly how the grapes are harvest- ed. The climax is reached when a half dozen carloads of grapes - tons of luscious berries - are pulled into the yard and dumped on a con- crete platform to be shoveled onto the endless auger con- veyor that rushes the grapes to the crusher. An especially impressive scene follows the manufacture of wine barrels. Next comes the bottling of wine, showing the emptying of wine from case into barrels and from barrels into bottles. The happy life of the laborers in the vineyard is also portrayed, showing 100 of them at luncheon, drinking their wine and topping off there meal with bunches of Tokays and Isabellas. The series winds up with the caption, "A Prosperous Grape Growers' Home and Hospitality, showing views of Villa Pompeii. February 11, 1960 - 50 years ago: Bids for construction of the Cloverdale Veterans Memorial Building were opened Tuesday. A sum of $225,000 had been allocated for the memorial building, but about $13,000 of that has already been spent on plans and specifications. February 13, 1985 - 25 years ago: Three weeks ago the Reveille staff was trying to decide on the cover for the annual Citrus Fair Tabloid. The consensus was "Please no more oranges on the cover." After hem_re, ing and hawing (forever) we thought, why not have a contest? And that's exactly what we did. The contest was between Jefferson and Washington Schools. The request made to each was to, as a group; design a poster with the theme "What is the Citrus Fair to YOU?" The winning poster was selected. Next week we will continue with the story "who and What is a Gary Grape?" Stay tuned for the exciting conclusion! Preparations are being made for the 1986 state muster competition to be held in Cloverdale. Cloverdale's muster team has won the state champi- onship for two years in a row. With hard work and concentration, there is no reason the championship cannot be taken again. St. with a suspicious subject. 4:54 p.m. Caller on S. East St. re- ports a resident in the area has chickens. Caller states two hens get out all of the time. 5:44 p.m. Caller reports a white truck with a horse trailer is blocking the drive-thru at McDonalds. 7:05 p.m. Officer arrested a sub- ject on an outstanding warrant. 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