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March 26, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Jly Morse, and a friend from the Cloverdale are enjoying a few moments of relaxation on Page I lane freeway have the ramps. isa lane ex- grade" or s. to be con- xeet and is a $13 expressway at above at 1983- the target Woodring to inclusion Cloverdale five year an ex- allows and con- Jack told the and a resolution lane freeway of a two all ramps. "The Brown ad- ministration has really killed the freeway project," he said. "We can make resolutions all day but unless they release the funds in Sacramento nothing will be built." Nick Esposti, fourth district county supervisor, said one of his main concerns is whether the state will provide extra money for the actual cost of the by-pass that inflation is almost certain to increase. "Are we going to get the expanded cost?" he asked. "I would hope so. If it takes to 1995 to build we will hold to it," Woodring said. Phill Pedersen, a former city planning commissioner, said he thinks it is foolish to spend "another $4 or $5 million for a new EIR (en- vironmental impact report) - why not spend it on a new freeway now?" Mike Pryor, a represen- tative of the Cloverdale Merchants' Association, said he doesn't agree with the philosophy of "Something is better than nothing. We though we were getting a four lane freeway with safe on and off ramps." n Page I P and started rink. He he is a father of night from for all of as they food, band-aids, and en- couragement. Cloverdale can be very proud of these kids who have been taught well to achieve in many ways. Everyone who has donated to the "Miracle of Vienna" encourages our young people to more of the same effort! ITIC E are C and B St., 9sm: by LEGAL NOTICE dale, CA. The fictitious business name referred to above was filed in County on Sept. 29, 1979. Morning Star Light 34100 Hwy. 128 Cloverdale This business was conducted by myself. Signed: Morningstar Light Published 3-26, 4-2, 4-9, 4-16-80 LEGAL NOTICE f'ded with of Sonoma indicated copy of the n f'fle in has the name Nat 32115 Clover- No. 614 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person is doing business as: Mr. Greenjeans, 11,56 West Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401 : Gerald R. Rickard 11.56 West Ave. Santa Rosa, CA 95401 This business is conducted by an individual. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Senoma County on the date indicated by file stamp above. I hereby certify that this copy isa correct copy of the original statement on file in this office. EEVE T. LEWIS County Clerk Published 3-26, 4-2, 4-9, 4-16-80 one of the benches the Rotary Club are donating and installing at convenient locations around Cloverdale. Photo by Janice Pryor said he is concerned about the prospect of a two lane expressway with ground level intersections. He said no one had "envisioned 100 cars backed up when someone tries to make a turn ,into Cloverdale." Pryor asked whether the city can reject the con- struction of a freeway it considers unsafe. CaITrans Project Development Chief Russell Sayre replied the law permits the state to build a freeway anywhere along as streets aren't closed as a result of the construction. "But we've never done it in the past and wouldn't do it unless we have substantial agreement from the county and city." emphasized Sayre. Councilman Clifford Snider said he thinks it is very necessary to consider the number of potential deaths that could be caused by each of the four types of proposed highways. He said this is a major consideration that should be included in the EIR for the by-pass. "Will it be on record that because the (California) Highway Patrol doesn't do its dty in this area that Cloverdale will foot the bill (for the cost of responding to accidents on the new high- way )?" An EIR for the project, scheduled to be finished within one year, will study safety problems, according to Sayre. Growers Supply Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimmihg Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies 20750 Geyserville Avenue 857-3484 Visit Fine Italian Cuisine (707) 857-9904 39 year= in the same location! LAMPSON TRACTOR Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 433-1619/857-3443 Wednesday, March 26, 1980- Page 17 Members of Theta Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met with members of the CIoverdale Pre-school co-op at the Western Auto Store to present the school with a gift of 2 new tricycles and I bicycle. Adults in picture, left to right: Kathy Sparrow, Director of the pre-school and Theta Zeta members Jean Craig, Carol Allen and Nikki Johnson. Pre-school students on bikes. Photo by Janice. ::::.::::::::::::::;:.::::::::::;:.: Merchants Association Continued form page I The auction will commence at 7:30 p.m. If you have items to donate and cannot bring them to the Girl's Gym Winnie Connolly asks that you please call her at 894;,08 so arrangements can be made to have them picked up. The auction is open to the public. Complimentary coffee and cookies will be served. Among the new items donated from the merchants for lhe auction are: a lemon I ree, a cake, socks, huge salami, scissors, bathrobe, 2 foot sandwich for a family, basketball, blooming plant, 20 inch tires and tubes, books, vacuum cleaner, and a lawn chair. Warm Springs Dam Continued from page ! The courtyard takes on the circular plan reminiscent of ceremonial buildings, such as the traditional Pomo roun- dhouse. The courtyard circle continues into he interior to become the lobby. At the center of the circle is a large pole complemented by vertical shafts and poles in the courtyard as part of the outdoor interpretive ex- perience". "These vertical elements recall the open posts of the Pomo structures. In- tersecting the plan circle are two triangular elements housing the functions of the :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: information-administration Cent r. These elements reflect the rural "barn type" character established by the master plan architectural theme, and have rough board-on-board siding and standing seam metal roofs. Large glass areas orient to vistas of the surrounding hillsides." There are many other "un- manned" visitor facilities Ihroughout the area of the project. Next week, we will get into the wild life management design and public in- volvement. We also hope to describe the camping-picnic facilities and the endangered species at the site. ii00i i!ii: i:!: When it comes to Tractors, EquipmenCor :!! :::::::: any kind of Farm Machinery-either sales or ""!!ii ii!i service-it's best to let people who are ex- :::: !ii: perienced and knowledgeable advise you. ilii iii! Lampson Tractor & Farm Equipment, Inc., !!i! !::!:: right in the center of Geyserville has been in !::!i ii!i this business for many, many years and not ::il iiii only have the finest equipment you can buy :::' ::iii but are proud of the exceptional employees ii!i iiii they have to help you in each department, iii i::i:: Lampson's features Massey Ferguson i!i i:!: Tractors & Farm F, quipment, New Holland :i:! Sprayers and related farm equipment plus a :i:i big inventory of parts. Whatever you need i" i i::!  farm machinery you're sure to find it he:'e. For excellent equipment, dependability, p i:!: i::i:: service and good advice you just can't beat Lamon's Tractor & Equipment, Inc. 6 BINO'S ,u,o REPAIR Under the new ownership of Jim Romain Repair work on all makes of foreign & domestic cars g trucks Call 857-3790 for appt. 21310 Redwwod Hwy. Geyservllle Bosworth Hardware *Paint *Hardware .Household Items Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 857-3463 This space available call 894-3339 OEYSERVILLE PUMP & TRACTOR I wsFuu, l .u -ptruckwor // I/I ..en . Wade rm I / I/I WeU bailing Irrigation I I !/I Backhoe work Surelie= I I/I Dozer work / Bud g Dave Rosa 857-3470