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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 2009 -- Page 3 707 894-1734 TIP OF THE WEEK: A recent surge in reports of internet and mail fraud schemes is cause for alarm. Many citizens are being contacted through their email accounts or newspaper classifieds. Most of these scams amount to an overpayment where the victim deposits a check or money order and returns cash to the suspect via Western Union. A good source of information regarding these types of scares can be found at Fakechecks.org. Remember nothing is free and if it's too good to be true it probably is! EMERGENCIES OR CRIMES IN PROGRESS DIAL 911 REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY IN YOUR AREA. YOU CAN ALWAYS REMAIH ANONYMOUS GOLF COURSE PROJECT two to three years to complete the project as there are many steps which still need to take place, such as approval of the Specific Plan by the city, permits which need to be obtained, railroad crossing rights of way issues, annexation to Clover- dale, a municipal service agree- ment, to name a few. Sexton added, "We own the AVR land free and clear and we can sustain this pos- ture for as long as necessary. We will continue forward with the AVR project." Sexton also said that this third revision to the original project re- flects most of what the original plan contained. The major exception is a which was originally for a commer- cial and retail center. The plan now also calls for a screened driving range lined with trees which will serve as a buffer between the project and the adjacent industrial area. According the Draft Recirculated Environmental Impact Report (RDEIR) the city's secondary water supply will be used for watering the golf course and it will be filtered one more time at the development site. According to a SB 610 Water Supply Assessment, there will be an adequate long-term water sup- ply to and through 2027. Bruce Reuser, CEO of Reuser, Inc. 13 acre portion on Santana Drive a neighbor adjacent to the AVR O POLICE LOG CONT. O WATER PROBLEMS co.00 male subject in the area of Suarez Market. 12:39 p.m. Caller on Porterfield Creek reports the theft of a table from her front yard. Report taken. 12:57 p.m. Report of an issue with a student at Washington School. Of- ricer responded and report was tak- en. 3:57 p.m. Caller requests to speak to an officer regarding a vehicle ac- cident that occurred at the end of the school day at Cloverdale High School. Involved parties spoke but did not exchange information. Ad- vice given. 11:34 p.m. Report of four vehicles spinning donuts in the Ace Hard- ware parking lot. Saturday, Feb. 7 First St./S. Cloverdale Blvd. 2:05 a.m. Report of a suspicious occupied vehicle with the lights on and engine running in the area of Bali Liquors. 4:41 a.m. Caller on S. Foothill Blvd. reports two subjects trying to steal a stop sign In the area. Report taken. 10:26 a.m. Officer out with two vehicles at the Cloverdale Depot. All checked OK. 10:41 a.m. Report of a vehicle parked in the middle of the road on Sandholm Rd./S. Cloverdale Blvd. 10:56 a.m. Report of a little girl walking northbound on the south- bound shoulder just before the Hwy. 101/Geyserville exit. 11:38 a.m. Citizen requests an of- ricer for advice regarding issues within her family. Advice given. 12:39 p.m. Citizen requests assis- tance with charging their electric wheelchair. 4:53 p.m. Report of a suspicious person in the area Furber Plaza ask- ing for money. >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 13 1:15 a.m. Officer out with a suspi- cious occupied vehicle on William Cir. 1:28 a.m. Officer out with a suspi- cious person on S. Foothill Blvd./ Healdsburg Ave. 1:56 a.m. Officer out with two suspicious subjects in the area of 0 Cloverdale Fire Log O Friday, Feb. 5 No calls for service. Saturday, Feb. 6 Liquid nitrogen tank truck leak- ing on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Driver was OK, a vent was letting off ex- panded gas. Sunday, Feb. 7 Medical aid for a female having stomach pains on Marguerite Ln. Subject was transported to Healds- burg Hospital. Monday, Feb. 1 No calls for service. Tuesday, Feb. 2 No call for service. Wednesday, Feb. 3 No calls for service. Thursday, Feb. 4 Report of a possible transformer fire in the area of Old Redwood Hwy. No fire found, just leaking transformer. Medical aid for a female subject with lower back pain Ottoboni Dr. H'ollllil000 child Care Offers Va00ntines Day Date OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! $25 per child includes dinner 5:30 plm. to Midnight . Advance Reservations Required . Call 894-7871 ,,,,. lic,00,3oo6000000 r D we will have an issue when it comes down to the high usage periods," commented Regor. She said for right now the city would like to stick to "voluntary" conservation measures, saying they have been very successful in the past. The Public Works subcommit- tee will be discussing the water sit- uation at its Monday, Feb. 23 meeting at 8 a.m. at the City Hall conference room. Karen Curran, a resident of River Road is deeply concerned. Curran's well ran dry in August of 2008 and water did not return until recently in January. "We are going to be in trouble," Curran said. "I don't know what the whole outside of town is going to do. We are going to be out of water Curran has a private well, as do many residents in outlying areas. As was noted in an earlier article in the Cloverdale Reveille there is es- sentially no help available to these people either from the county or the city. Curran also feels that too much water is being drawn out of the  Russian River aquifer, by agricul- ture and residential development in the city. Calling all CH$1999 graduates A reunion organizing committee of the Cloverdale High School Class of 1999 is planning a 10 year reunion during the Labor Day weekend in September of 2009 in Santa Rosa. We will be sending out further information at a later time. We are attempting to locate all classmates and their email ad- dresses for the 1999 graduating class of Cloverdale High School. Please help us by forwarding any information of classmates and their email addresses to my email address ' at'.' brooke_fraser@hotmail.com. - Brooke Fraser, Reunion co,chair ', . i /i'i. i L Join Us Sat., February 14 For Sweeth eart's Men u featuring N. Y Steak, Filet Mignon, Prawns, and much, morel Open 3 to 9 p.m. Early for Reservations[ 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 707 894-0885 CONT. project, commented that he had submitted written comments to the DREIR, but the project was valu- able to the community. Among oth- er items, his written comments addressed the impact of industrial traffic as well as asking that the de- scription of Santana Drive be changed from an undeveloped two lane road to a 28 acre fully devel- oped industrial site. The commissioners indicated that they were more pleased with the current version of the proposed project and commented positively on the improved buffer area. After public comments are addressed in the DREIR, a final report will be brought back again to the Planning Commission for a recommendation to the City Council. It's time to Buy or Refinance 707-894-5737 212 N. Cloverdale Blvd, Cloverdale, CA 95425 Real Estate Sales & Financing in One Convenient Location! 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