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March 26, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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March 26, 1980

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!i the Reveille Candidates to r are running would in the city, statements i is the only eking reasons is to problems seen too go to city for in- don't get Scalese see more industry he feels now is freeway treated always of faras the We are and left." Freeway an now all they in an ex- the state cling the to the offering is dangerous ks the state at grade el Jams, ac- and not want to Will bring injuries into area,, says !WOUld accept Will tell us tions with the candidates there will be no funds available for improvem_ents later." In conclusion,Sca!ese says, "I hope our council will use good thoughts and I beg the council to accept nothing less than a four lane freeway with the cloverleafs needed and overhead crosses, and let's not put accidents and lives for the difference of the cost of overheads and crossways." Angelo Scalese and his wife, Geneva have lived in Cloverdale for over twenty years and have had a business in town. They have three children who attended school in Cloverdale. MARIE VANDAGRIFF, INCUMBENT Marie Vandagriff has served on the council nearly 8 years and has been the mayor and vice-mayor during that period. She also served as Secretary to the Mayors and Councilman's Assn. for one year. She feels that she has a working knowledge of City government. One of the reasons she is running for City Council is that she feels good planning will be important and inevitable when the Warm Springs Dam is completed. "I have been in on the planning and it is a real feeling of gratification to see projects like this completed." "As for priorities, Van- dagriff says, "The 101 by- pass is one we must con- centrate on, and also the following through on an- nexations to make sure that the type of homes they construct are good and still be in the economic price range for Cloverdale." "I'm proud of the projects that have been completed while I was in office". She sites as examples the fire house, the security building, the library and the beginning of a new sewer treatment We've hatched a new symbol to say what Customers have said for years. We trade cars to a lot of folks because try to sell a little cheaper than Competitors.. Not so cheap You don't get money's worth, cheap enough so You're satisfied with good car for a good o' - year after year. And, _' Course, with our kind of rther hen service that makes a good deal even better. Great cars for a little scratch +y,r service after the sale. That's us - Little Cheeper Dealers. Our Healdsburg Auto Dealers. facility." She says that she feels that growth will be inevitable, but Cloverdale has the advantage of controlled growth through working with elected officials and good planning. "This will bring about orderly growth and yet remain the rural, friendly community it has always been. Marie and her husband, Bill have lived in CIoverdale for twenty-six years. They have a daughter, 26 and a son 21 years of age. Mrs. Van- dagriff has been employed by Dr. Sayre for the past 20 years. Oldsmobile Healdsburg Ave. 433 -3384 As for the freeway, he says he will continue to support it in CIoverdale's best interest. In conclusion, Snider states, "It has been a pleasure to serve the last four years and I would welcome another four years." Clifford and his wife, Pat have lived in Cloverdale for the past seven years. DR. CLIFFORD SNIDER, INCUMBENT When asked why he was seeking re-election to the council Snider said that although he has lived most of his life in large citys, small cities appeal to him and being involved in a small part is not only his destiny, but the community's destiny. In fact, that is why he ran for office the first time. He said he had not intended to run this time, but he feels that the annexation will be the single, most important thing to happen in the history of Cioverdale. "I am not a big pro-growth person and realize that the annex will double the growth of Cloverdale. For all practical purposes, this will be the final annexation due to the geographic limitations in the Cloverdale area", says Snider. "And due to this limitation, we will be able to make this the most ideal development since all partys concerned realize it must be developed to Cloverdale's highest standards." He would also like to see Warm Springs Dam developed further with Cloverdale in mind, both from the economic and recreation point of view. W.00San00 Pontiac Buick Opel GMC Ford Mercury 859 Healdsburg Ave. 453 Healdsburg Ave. 433-5541 433-3318 Wednesday, March 26, 1980 - Page 3 Senator Alan Cranlt@m -: Nations should unite against lran ! Following is a statement by I believe the U.S. govern- Senate Majority Whip Alan ment should call upon the Cranston(D, Calif.) on the world community of actions latest development in Iran. to unite in an economic and I share the anger and diplomatic quarantine of frustration of most Iran. We should lead the way Americans that we have not by breaking diplomatic been able to secure the relations, interning or ex- release of our hostages. But pellling Iranian diplomats, the basic dilemma that and imposing a total trade confronted us from the very embargo. beginning still confronts us today: how to bring about This is not simply a con- their release without on- frontation between the U.S. dangering their lives, and Iran : all members of the Their continued peril is U.N. must recognize, and " underscored by the latest respond to the fact, that their evidence of the chaos in the ability to conduct in- Iranian government and the ternational relations on a BARBARA PEUGH - CITY Marie Vandagriff Dr. Clifford Snider i r r e s p o n s i b i I i t y a n d peaceful basis is threatened irrationality of those who by what is occurring in CLERK hold the hostages. Teheran. All nations should Mrs. Peugh was appointed The Iranians have shown act in concert to defend their as City Clerk a little over two their contempt for common fundamental interest in the years ago. She is running on- decency as well as for in- security of diplomatic per- opposed. She says "I have no ternational law. They have sonnel the essential political aspirations. I just flouted not just the United prinicple which, since the want to do a good job and the States but the United Nations beginning of civilized history, "i duties of the Cloverdale City - both the institution and the has governed relations first clerk are very interesting." individual member states- as among tribes and now among " The job consists of coor- well. nations. dinating services that the office puts out." We are trying to get the paper work done without delay and confusion so the citizens will be better served." Barbara Peugh Angelo Scalese There are other things that Barbara would like to see done. "I'd like to see the city .-.:::: go to a computer accounting system. While it would be News print shortage initially expensive, in the long run it will save many man-hours." "I would also like to see the There is a serious If news or pictures vacant portion of city hall newsprint shortage at the submilled are not in this completely remodeled and present time. Therefore it is week's edition we will try Io pul to good use for clerical necessary for lhe Reveille publish lhem next week or as space", she says, and she and lhe Press Io cut down on soon as possible, if they are would like to see more Ihe amounl of pages we still timely. planning done to bring in non- publish. pollutingrecreation and in- dustry. "This will bring in a stable, revenue base with employment possibilities without attending heavy industrialproblems." You're invited to Ed's TV In conclusion, Mrs. Peugh says. "My main statement is that I know Cloverdale is a G R, LNI D nice little town but destined Great Savings Coffee & for growth. I would like to see orderly growth." Throughout Cookies Served Barbara and her husband, Tom have lived in Cloverdale the Store !! 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