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April 2, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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HOA3 & SO::L : ..... Money raised to dale fOr Vienna trip Liter pricing comes to Cloverdale If you're one of those to whom it has not already happened, be prepared for a startling experience. You'll be driving along when suddenly you will do an old movie type "double take" as you spot Caturegli's Shell Station sign proclaiming Full Service - 34.5. Unfortunately, says the Calif. State Automobile Association, this will not herald a return to the good old days, nor will it be a de'ja'vu phenomenon. That 34.5 price just means that the dealer is selling gasoline by the liter with a price that actually translates to a more realistic $1.36.6 a gallon. The California Department of Food and Agriculture's Division of Measurement Standard has decreed that after June 30, any gas station operator whose pump meters do not display the full price of gasoline sales will be subject to legal action by weights and measui'es officials. This simply means that as of July 1, 1980, "half pricing" will no longer be allowed. Since few pumps presently is use have the capability of showing current full gallon gasoline prices, many dealers and distributors are switching to the most logical alternative - liter pricing. In general terms, a liter is slightly more than a quarter of a gallon, specifically .2642 gallons or, con- versely, one gallon equals 3.7.78543 liters. This won't be as confusing as it ap- pears. CSAA says that to determine the cost of a gallon of gasoline when pumps are metered in liters, simply multiply the price per liter by 3.78543 and you have the exact gallon prices. (As in this example: .337 x 3.78543 equals 1.276). Many gas stations will continue to post gallon prices on the premises after liter pricing takes over. In order to find how many miles you are getting to the gallon, first divide the number of liters bought by 3.78543 to get the gallon equivalent. Then divide the gallons by the number of miles traveled since the last fill-up, and you'll have the miles per gallon figure, just as More. CIo vefda le vet'lie Application approved for Intra-c,ty bu 'hc00,ol' the  Cloverdale School 4-..v.. the hiring of school to l, 'T'qame program. 1 Will be hired by Principal Claud ,= re tor a ,ew = uon program." , Sl y would be ,,.- will now be i i', ! the suspension time I :Lroom under the r e new aide. tel ..'sions p,,nalty was L 17 me school s staff and IIi , keh.ers and parents of hl' ai students have k. b recent discipline I1' I ave explored new "m g with behavior 4ULSIONS . an executive session, Lto epel two seventh "e eighth girl for 'It. at school. The . i  remainder of the UDIT C'PA, ! by the board to financial fiscal year. Paid $5,600 for the  r COACH v, d the hiring of Eric t,t baseball coach. )I' ASBENCE hool teacher Ed g:anted a leave of s job for the 1980-81 Cotinued on 6 Pa g I Pretty little Laurie Angeli of Cloverdale seems to delighted bi," a registered French Flop-Ear rabbit, who certainly looks with her Easter basket. She is shown with her friend "Barn- like the perfect Easter bunny. Photoby Fred Campbell. killed in auto, truck crash 'te University students, who were passengers in this car tq killed when a truck tanker hit the car broadside as driver of I t l.d,,...t, " in front of the tanker. Driver of the car was booked on Unlt driving and manslaughter. Photo by Jose Esparza. An automobile and tanker truck accident, Friday night, which took the lives of two Sonoma State students, occurred in almost the same spot on Highway 101 just south of Cloverdale, as an accident on January 11 which also took the lives ot two people. The accident happened at ap- proximately 8:40 p.m. The driver of the car, David Vernon Thompson, 27, of Big Bear Lake, Califorma, was driving north on High- way 101 in a'70 Ford Mustang. Ac- cordinglifornia State Highway Patrol, n turned left in front of the tanker driven by Anthony DeSilva, 39, of Santa Rosa, who was driving south on 101. The truck hit the auto broad side causing the truck to go off the side of the highway 100 yards before ramming through the wall of a building at 28491 Redwood Highway South spreading oil over the area. The driver of the car, Thompson, was booked the the county jail on charges of felony drunk driving and man- slaughter. He was treated at Heaid- sburg General Hospital but released. Raymond Wilbur Scheidemann, 22, of Cotati, passenger in the Mustang, was pronounced dead at the scene, and another passenger, Barry Hotine, 22, Rghnert Park died approximately an hour later at the Healdsburg General Hospital where he was rushed by Cloverdale Ambulance for treatment of head and neck injuries. A third passenger, Roy Watkins, 31, Rohnert Park, was given emergency treatment at the Healdsburg General Hospital and transferred to Community Hospital in Santa Rosa where he was admitted to the intensive c'are unit. He was reported to be in stable condition Monday. Kenneth Hubbard, 43, of Santa Rosa, a passenger in the Tanker truck was treated also at the Healdsburg Hospital and released. Thompson, was released on $3,000 bail. He is to appear in court April 16. Scheidemann is survived by his parents in Tracy and Hotine is survived by his parents in Alion, Mendocino County. service Three state grant applications that will give the city about rg,5,00o *o start its first intra-city bus x,iee have been approved by the City Council. The city is entitled to receive the funds from the Metropolitan Tran- sportation Commission. The money should be received at the beginning of the new fiscal year in July. City Administrator Bud Groom said the one bus transit system should be in operation sometime around the middle of the current year. Funds from MTC will be used to purchase a 12-15 passenger bus that is equipped with hydraulic lift for disabled passengers. The money will also be spent to establish the bus route, purchase and install bus stop benches and signs, and make necessary im- provements to streets. II II I III I II PROPOSITION NINE City Administrator Groom informed the council that expected voter ap- proval of Proposition Nine in June will mean the city will lose an estimated $175,000 in various state income. A tentative 1980-81 city budget estimates income at $475,952, ex- penditures at $750,473, and the resulting deficit at $274,521. ANNEXATION REPORT Council members awarded a contract to Scemen and Associates, Berkeley, to prepare an environmental impact report on two proposed annexations south of the city. The firm will study the Alan Furber family's proposal to annex about 110 acres and Santa Rosa developers Er- nest Thomas and Louis Meyers' proposal to annex 135 adjoining acres. The property is west of Highway 101 between Kelly and Hot Springs Road. Up to 1,400 homes could be constructed in the annexation area. PRESCHOOL LEASE A 1980-81 lease was approved allowing the Cloverdale Preschool Co- op to use the Boy Scout building at City Park. The school will pay $100 per month plus 60 percent of utility costs. BAND BENEFIT DANCE The %ouncil approved a business license tax waiver to allow Ship Productions to hold a dance on April 5 for the benefit of high school band's Vienna trip fund. PERSONNEL The resignation of public work department employee Alfredo Deleon was accepted. The council approved a salary increase for police dispatcher Peggy Mangold. RECREATION JOBS Council members approved placing advertisements for the available summer jobs of recreation department director and assistant director. WEED ABATEMENT A resolution was adopted that will allow the city to declare weeds a public nuisance on certain properties. Pat Rose appointed to planning commission Pat Rose Pat Rose has been appointed as a city planning commissioner by the city council. Mrs. Rose will fill the position left vacant by the recent resignation of Phil Pedersen. She is employed at Italian Swiss Colony Winery. Mrs. Rose was a member of the city's Citizen Task Force in 1978 and serves as Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce vice-president in 1979-80. As a planning commissioner, Mrs.. Rose has said she will be interested in "attracting light industry to Cloverdale to broaden employment opportunities" and "rejuvenating Cloverdale's older residential areas." I I I Illlll Property owners will be notified if tall, fire causing weeds are found. EASEMENT The council approved a request by PG&E to increase a previously okayed 40 foot easement to 60 feet. The easement, located on city property near the wastewater treatment plant, will be used to install two power lines. Weather DATE HI LOW March 24 74 42 March 2,5 5 44 March 26 66 5 March 27 68 43 March 28 78 40 March 29 82 43 March 30 77 45 RAIN 0.13