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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, FEB 11, 2009 Page 13 C&apos;00OFCmVE00DA'E Meeting of the CRy Council and joint meeting of the Commumty Development Agency Board of Directors and Cloverdale Improvement Authority REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2009 CLOVERDALE SR. CENTER, 311 N. MAIN ST., CLOVERDALE, CA AGENDA CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 p.m. -- REGULAR SESSION: 6:30 p.m. Proclamation Declaring February Career and Technical Education Month (CC) Edwards Presentations by the Planning Commission Applicants (CC) Edwards Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting on January 26, 2009 and January 28, 2009 (CC) Garibaldi Consideration of Resolution No 006-2009 endorsing the goals of Health Action and supporting Community Walking (CC) Edwards Consideration of Resolution No. 005-2009 Amending the City Classification System. 0 Police Log continued 0 4:54 p.m. Report of two male adults trying to sell perfume to cus- tomers at the Shell Station. Officer warned and advised subjects. 4:58 p.m. Caller on E. Third St. reports a dog baying very loudly in the area. 6:13 p.m. Caller on Kings Ridge reports a possible abandoned car. Officer reports vehicle is not aban- doned. 7:19 p.m. Citizen reports finding a wallet in the Plaza. Wallet was returned to its owner. 8:38 p.m. Caller on Orange Dr. reports an ongoing problem with loud music in the area. 9:28 p.m. Caller on N. Jefferson Pine Mountain Road residence damaged A structure fire at 31400 Pine stove. Mountain Road occurred early They were second=rily alerted by St. reports a verbal disturbance be- tween a male and female in the area. 9:36 p.m. Local business owner reports she will be doing bookwork late and will call when she is leav- ing. 10:34 p.m. 91] hang up from a payphone at Los Pinos Market on Tarman Dr. Officer states he saw a group ofluveniles in the area earli- er, Sunday, Feb. 8 12:25 a.m. Officer out with a sus- picious person in the area of Clo- verdale Library. 12:34 a.m. Report of loud music on Orange Dr. 12:35 a.m. Officer out with a sus- picious occupied vehicle at Furber Monday morning, Feb. 9. Twenty firefighters responded to the call at the residence of Steve and Susan' Nurse, about one-quarter mile up Pine Mountain Road, at 12:34 a.m. According to the Cloverdale Fire Protection District, the amount of structural damage to the attic was significant on the west side of the home. The structural damage is es- timated at $713,000 and $15,000 in damages was done to contents of the home for a total of $85,000. The fire involved the attic azea of the 4,000 square foot resiAential struc,!-ure grtheast of Claverdale. First arriving fire fighterS went to the Second floor to ope up the ceil- ing where they found a working at- tic fire. Subseqaent arriving firefighters placed rasps over valu- ables in the home and laddered the roof to ventilate the structure. The roof also became the main access area to the fire due to the type of building materials used in the home, the fire district press release states. The incident was contained in 40 minutes with crews remaining on scene for four hours. According to fire chief Brian E1- liott, there were several unique at- tributes of this incident that made the fire hard to battle. The home was constructed from concrete blocks filled with foam insulation and cov- ered with stucco. The home also has an all metal standing seam roof. "This home is located in a very high wildland fire severity zone and was built to resist a wildfire," Elliot ex- plained. The home was also equipped with a NFP/}' 13D fire sprinkler system. The type of construction material used tO protect the home from wild- fire raade getting to the fire very time consuming and difficult, ac- cording to the chief. The fire sprin- kler system only has one sprinkler head required in the attic. Although this head did not activate, the attic fire did break the fire sprinkler pip- ing near the fire which helped con- tain some of the blaze. Elliot reported that the origin of the fire was at the transition of the roof structure and the chimney. In- vestigation revealed that the occu- pants had started a fire in the fireplace around 5 p.m. Sunday evening. They were first alerted that there was a problem by a smoke detector on the second floor, but upon investigating they could not see any smoke and felt it may have been activated by some escaping smoke f/'om the wood burning the fire sprinkler alarm sounding and could the see water dripping from the attio They called 911 on a cellular ph ne due to the fire dam- aging phone lines in the attic. Elliot stressed that calling 911 on a cell phone often causes delays due to redting issues with the cellular sys- tem. He urged people to call 894- 2323 which is the local fire emergency number. Further investigation revealed that pyrolysis had been occurring for quite awhile on structural wood members near the chimney in the attic; eventually raising the wood to its ignition tempeFattre. Agencies responding included: the Cloverdale Fire Protection Dis- trict, Ca[fire, Geyserville Fire Pro- tection District (one water tender) and Healdsburg Fire Department (one engine to cover the Cloverdale Fire District). Park. All checked OK. 2:02 a.m. Officer out with a suspi- cious vehicle in the area of the First Street Bridge. 2:04 a.m. Officer on foot patrol in downtown Cloverdale. 7:42 a.m. Report of a dog barking on Portofino Way. 11:37 a.m. Caller reports hearing a gunshot in the area of Merlot Dr. 2:47 p.m. Citizen requests a cita- tion sign off. 3:22 p.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding a sub- ject in a raised pick-up that swerved and almost hit her on S. Cloverdale Blvd./Asti Rd. 3:56 p.m. 911 hang up from a Pa-Y7 phone at Los Pinos Market. Officer contacted juveniles in the area. Sub- jects were warned and advised. 4:10 p.m. Officer arrested one subject for an outstanding warrant in the area of Furber Plaza. Drama students present Shakespeare at Cloverdale Center for the Arts If all the world's a stage, and all the men an women merely players, thencome for a spotlight view of human behavior in Cloverdale High School's live theatrical per- formance. At 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12, Advanced Drama students will present Shakes- peare scenes at the Clover- dale Center for the Arts on First Street. Severa! Begin- ning Drama students will also perform monologues by other playwrights. Arts Alliance members have been busy transforming the Center into an intimate theater venue for this one-time-only showing. Admission is free and seating is limited, so plan to arrive a few minutes early; light refresh- ments will be served following the show. -Christi Calson Specializing in: Muscular & Nerve Pain Relief e ,fan Sports a , n,, n.R''n ,, Work'Injuries Internal GROUP Medicine -[-rac]itional hinese Mec]icine TWO LOCATIONS: 132 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 2228 Chanate Rd. Cloverdale 894-9188 Santa Rosa 526-2228 INSURANCE ACCEPTED - BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Jason Chu L Ac MS (TCM) Catherine Chu L Ac MS (TCM) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW "Cloverdale's Full Service Law Firm" LIVING TRUSTS, WILLS, POWER OF ATTORNEY BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION , EMPLOYMENT LAW & DISPUTE MEDIATION 115 West First Street Cloverdale, California (707) 894-5000 www cloverdalelaw com Kindergarten registration starts March2at Jefferson School Beginning March 2 register your kindergarten students for the 2009/ 2010 school year at Jefferson School in the office between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Early registration helps the school do their planning for the next school year. Parents of students are requested to bring the following: Certified copy of Birth Certifi- cate-a child must have been born on or before Dec. 2, 2004. Present Records of Immuniza- tions for the following: Polio- 4 doses(3 doses meet the requirement if at least one was given on or after the 4th birth- day.) DTP-at least 4 doses (If last dose was given before the 4th birth- day, one more dose is required.) Measles-2 doses Mumps Rubella Hepatitis B- 3 doses Varicella-1 dose unless child has had the disease. -Shot records must be up to date and recorded in the office before a child can attend school. If receiving the required immuni- zations is contrary to your belief, the parent must sign a statement and be kept on file. For more information call 894- 1930. Jefferson Elementary School is located at 315 North Street. BOSW011TH & SON GENEIAL MEIICHANDISE .  "An old [ashioned store, rich in nostalgia and charm, yet meets the needs o[ today's town [olk as well." 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