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Tuesday, March 4 Report of a female down in the roadway at US 101 and Asti Read. Non-transport. Manzanita request ambulance for an 86-year-old female fall vic- tim with a possible broken hip. Taken to Healdsburg General. Robert Mathison, Jr. arrested on warrant at East First Street and Mulberry. Cited to appear. Wednesday, March 5 Juvenile reports being threat- ened and harassed by an adult on School Street. Anonymous report of approxi- mately 15 men in white sheets on the opposite side of the fence from Parkview apartments climbing trees. Officer was un- able to locate them. Thursday, March 6 Report of a vehicle vs. juvenile bicyclist at 400 block S. Clover- dale Blvd. Woman reports theft of a new Univega bike. Friday, March 7 Woman reports two men in a black Isuzu displaying a large picture of a nude woman. Officer was unable to locate them. Saturday, March 8 Man arrested at Crocker and First Street for drunk driving. Man found a box containing 23 packages of arterial vascular catheters. Sunday, March 9 Subject suffering from chest pains in front of the fire station. Code blue--taken to Healdsburg General. Fall victim reported at Gerdes Lane. Taken.to HGH. Mike Larrew arrested for three warrants. Cited to appear. Citizens invited to become associate members of State Sheriff's Association Responding to the increasing number of people wanting to assist law enforcement officials and build a stronger partner- ship in the fight against crime, Sheriff Mark Ihde has an- nounced that Sonoma County citizens are being invited to be- come associate members of the California State Sheriffs' Asso- ciation. Membership appeals will be mailed shortly. Individuals choosing to join the voluntary program can do so for as little as $25. The funding provides criti- cally important technical re- sources, training, and legislative support on key criminal justice issues. In addition, dues will be used to support crime prevention and awareness programs, promote public safety, fight drug abuse, and provide additional training for sheriffs and their staff. "With government funding becoming increasingly difficult to secure, the associate member- ship drive has taken on greater importance than ever before," said Sheriff Ihde. "The funding is vital to helping us carry out our mission of making our com- munities safer places to live, work and play.  Individuals not receiving a membership appeal or desiring more information can obtain it by contacting the California State Sheriff's Association at (800)761-CSSA(2772), orby writ- ing to 2125 19th Street, Suite 103, Sacramento, CA 95818. The associate membership pro- gram was begun to provide citi- zens with an opportunity to lend their support to more effective law enforcement and to better help local sheriffs protect the lives and property of citizens. "As the need for building stron- ger public-private law enforce- ment partnerships in this country continue to escalate, programs such as this continue to grow in importance,  said Sheriff Ihde. =I encourage ev- eryone receiving a membership appeal  consider joining forces with us by becoming an associ- ate member. It's a valuable in- vestment in our future.  Founded in 1894, the Califor- nia State Sheriff's Association is a professional and educational organization dedicated to the preservation of peace and the protection of the lives and prop- erty of the citizens of Califor- nians. Sue Muncy serves as executive director. Headquarters are located in Sacramento, Cal- ifornia. ,,urn., , ' .i00erRoad0000 . RAIN TO DATE ] J'L MAR. 3 H,: 53 Lo: 44 I T.S I I ...4.,:.o Lo:.o I ly g f |"" MAR. SHi:60 Lo:39 I ,z., II In ear mornln ire I  MAR.SHi:Ss o: I EI I I MAR. rill:aS Lo:42 I USTVR I I | &:. MAR. 8 Hi: 69 Lo: 43 I 36.47 I I On Sunday morning, March your address is clearly marked 2, at 3:06 am, Cloverdale Fire- and easy to read from the road. I  MAR. 9 Hi: 79 Lo: 45 I I I fighrs responded to a struc- These precautions can help save L ..... t ture fire at the home of Jerry you and your home from a trag-  .   Angeli at 27525 S. River Road. edy or disastrous fire," Clover- The fire began in the wood fram- dale Fire Chief Jack Resevear ing near the fireplace, said. Heat and fire escaped through "Please join us in wishing the /  Wishes to thaxk everyone who  / openingsandcracksinthechim- Angeli family a quick and smooth ney, causing the wood frame to recovery from this unfortunate I  .][ sent such beautiful cards ofcon-   I ignite. Heat and smoke quickly fire. If you have any concerns I '- dolence and the beautiful l|-F/l I filled the attic and set off the about fire safety or questions I N\\; l  flowers. Also, thanks to the [ ] [#f I tort.recently installed smoke detec- atabout894-3545, ur service,RosevearPleasesaid.Call us I ,I|L., V_ people who brought food. " Y L{/',i The first fire engines arrived f'' . : Ralph Warner and Famity ,., ! at3:lBamandquicklycontrolled At Moving" Time Happy Birthda00 1 "Be00,,ky Baby" I the fire. The Angeli house re- ceived minor damage from the Moving? Tell IRS. If IRS does fire, estimated at $3,000. Four- teen firefighters responded and Geyserville Fire Department provided station cover with two units. "We would like to take this opportunity to remind each of you to check your smoke detec- not have ,,'our current address, your tax refund or any letters about past returns may not reach you. Send Form 8822 as soon as you move. Don't let your refund get lost or returned to the IRS. We i we you! , tors to insure that they are work- "A friend that you buywillbe : ing properly and that your bought fromyou." I chimney is cleaned and inspect- A.A.M. 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Ob(oracne sovaas 1_28N CIordale Bird - Cloven:lale CA 95425 - License@ Assembiymember Vlrglnla Strom-Martln vlslted Assemblymember visits City officials and takes First District Assemblymem- ber Virginia Strom-Martin, was in Cloverdale last Friday and met with members of the busi- ness community, Economic De- velopment Commission, Chamber of Commerce, school board, and city staff and the school superintendent. The City provided Strom-Mar- tin with a letter outlining con- cerns the City has that Can be resolved at the legislative level. Some of these issues include the clarification and correction of in- consistencies and contradictions within Proposition 218; the re- turn of at least a portion of prop- erty tax to the city; and returning the ability to retain and raise revenue at the local level. The letter also noted that the Redevelopment Agency that has been instrumental :in the com- pletion of several j.portant projects including the FaCadeIm- provement Pogram, and financ- ing for the construction of the downtown plaza, is being threat- ened by a new bill which would require certain borrowingby the Agency be placed before the vot- ers for approval. If passed, the agency's ability to undertake future infrastructure projects like the plaza would be severely limited. Street and read repair, and the provision of limited liability protection for local governments by including skateboarding un- der the definition of "hazardous recreational activities,  were also brought to tention. Other issues brought  meetingincluded ting up a place to and roller blade in cerns of the potential funding for the form on Asti Road; and sibility of offering low loans for the building structure. CUSD Su Schools Dr. Donald trated the problem of funding and from the state to with several examples, ing the fact that the the district is entitled to| for transportation--and explains, covers only about 25@ that with the sizes, the state district two but CUSD only received now some students housed in the cafeterie Strom-Martin er who worked at an school for 24 years, lieves that this year progress is going to the education area atth tive level: The with Strom-Martin eryone to contact her concerns at any then took a tour of the Nathan Hlster, formerly of Cloverdale, corn wlth that of his tiny daughter born at Unvlverslt Francisco Hospltal, welghlng just over two pounds on Nathan now resides In Santa Rosa wlth hls wife Clndy. grandparents are Grant and Claudia Baughman of Santa Don and Ruth Hieter of Cloverdale. Baby Arissa is now weighs 4.5 pounds. Her grandparents report she is doing HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. 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