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rapt workable program tStry meet velop result of night which to five |men the L, there blow toa most in- to mining of the that a the While m the river. Following submittal of the new I5-page staff report- read aloud by Planner Greg Carr to planning com- missioners and a large protest crowd that over- flowed the Board of Super- visors Chamber-staff called up its consultants in an at- tempt to support recom- mendations. Their testimony revealed that only a very minimum test was used to locate "potential" hardrock quarry sites_ and t_hat the surface inspection was intended only to provide "insight," not proof of suitable hardtack deposits. Industry spokesmen and staff did agree on two im- portant points: the need for more scientific data and for an adequate, certified En- vironmental Impact Report as a basis for a workable management plan. Planning Commission Chairperson Janet Nicholas stressed the need for more scientific data to assess hardrock deposits and ex- pressed uncertainty over the suggested sources. Industry's needs for proper zoning and permits to satisfy public demand for aggregate materials were outlined by attorneys speaking for Kaiser Sand & Gravel Co. and Basalt Rock Co. Attorney Clay Clemen, representing Kaiser Sand & Gravel, insisted rezoning for areas in the river's "middle reach" (from Healdsburg Dam to the county pumping station at Whaler Bridge) must coincide with the County General Plan period of 20 years. He said enough territory would have to be zoned as mineral resource area to assure aggregate supply during that period and that permits to extract gravel in specific sites should be for 10 years. Clemen announced Kaiser will submit a proposal for refilling of terrace mining pits after approval and certification of an EIR by the county. Referring to staff's latest report, Clemen declared "there are seeds in this proposal for a workable solution." Richard Maxwell, attorney for Basalt, quoted a report by the State Department of Mines and Geology attesting that most erosion in Dry Creek was caused by normal processes, such as stream meandering, the build up of gravel bars that diverted flow toward the banks, heavy fioodings, and fires that caused rapid runoffs. "'In-stream mining prevents flooding and bank erosion," Maxwell told commissioners, adding that regulation of in-stream gravel operations should be done by the County Water Agency rather than through land use planning. He asserted there is no competent engineering to support the claim of Dry Creek landowners that ex- traction in the middle reach of the river was causing erosion in their stream, 14 miles away. Industry spokesmen welcomed the suggestion by Commissioner Don Marquardt that staff and industry get together. During the course of the public hearings they protested that staff prepared its study report without input from the industry. Chairperson Nicholas continued the hearing to 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 14, after most members of the com- mission joined in to support the suggestion for a joint staff-industry session. Commissioner Ernest Carpenter cautioned that the commission, not staff, has ultimate authority and responsibility to decide on the issue. hold a grand opening on Tuesday, the public to come pull up a chair with their friend, ira- t, Jack and Lda Flaherty, 2rid and 3rd personating Charlie Chaplin, and enjoy free cake and coffee. their son Mike, at their left, Jan Photo by Jose Esparza. Cook, and waitress, Nancy, are inviting restaurant to II00old grand opening Under the where they operated a pastry including the Grapevine and salads and Rosy Apple Jack and shop in Pacifica say this is the Depot Hotel. Whirls. hold their their first venture in the The restaurant will be open T,ey, restaurant business. 7daysaweekfromBa.m. to8 The Flahertys ask the However, their new cook, p.m. serving breakfast, lunch public to also come and see cutting Jan Thompson is well-known and dinner and short orders, their "live" plant showroom in the area having lived in They will feature barbecued with a garden atmosphere Cioverdale for 24 years and chicken and ribs. and to check their large cooked at several places Special desserts, jello variety of dell selections. dar of events WedneSday, April 9 7:30p.m. Dist., High school 7:30 p.m. ll:30a.m. Hall 7:30p.m. ThQrlay, April 10 EaCore 7:30p.m. John's 12:15 p.m. Party 8:00 p.m 8:00p.m. April ] 2 Citrus Fair band) All Day SUlay, April 13 Church 3:00p.m. Hall 14 School 7:00p.m. 8:00p.m. 7:30p.m. 7:3; p.m. ' Hall 8p.m. 7:30p.m. 7:00p.m. 7:3; p.m. p.m. 8:00p.m. 8:;; p.m. 8:00p.m. PROMOTIONS ON SONYTAPES WITHFULL COLOR SOUND. Take advantage of the special offers we've got on Sony Audio Tapes: 3 HFX - 60 Cassette Tapes plus FREE 10 Pack Case 8(lqITJJ00 for $595 Only So drop in. It's the perfect time to enjoy Full Color Sound and take advantage of these Red Hot promotions. Wednesday, April 9, 1980 - Page 3 Ray Pardini (left), Union Oil Co. field superintendent at The Geysers, accepts Congressional flag from Dwayne P. Daunch, past post Commander. Ray Zittleman. Post 9268, VFW. Flag was flown over the capitol, Washington, D.C., at the request of Congressman Don Clausen (R-CA) and is now being flown at The Geysers, world's largest geother- mal field. Looking on are Union employees Ken Allen, Jerry StEres and Carl Junker, all of Cloverdale. Tax deadline only 6 days away With income tax filing deadline just 6 days away, only half of the expected 10.4 million State income tax returns have arrived, the Franchise Tax Board reported. The last minute taxpayer expecting a State refund will wait longer than usual this year, Operations Chief James Gentz said today. Gentz said the delay will be a result of the late filing and the higher than usual rate of taxpayer errors. Taxpayers expecting refunds should wait at least twelve weeks before following up. While the error rate has declined somewhat from the 40 percent appearing on returns filed earlier this year, it remains very high, Gentz said. Taxpayers continue to forget to sign returns or to attach W-2 forms, are not using the time-saving label, are claiming themselves as dependents in order to qualify as head of household, are forgetting to claim the standard deduction before determining their tax from the table, are still overlooking the 80 percent refund of State Disability Insurance and are using the ,540 RC renter's credit form instead of the Form 540 for filing their tax return when the return involves more than just a renter's credit. Kindergarten registration at Jefferson Elementary School There will be registration for kindergarten pupils for the year 1980-1981 at Jef- ferson Elementary School beginning Monday, April 14, from 8 am. in the school office. It is helpful for the school to do their planning for next year with early registration of kindergarten students. Parents of students are requested to bring the following : I. Birth cer- (ificate, baptismal certificate or affidavit of age. To be eligible for kindergarten, a child must have been born on or before December 2, 1975. 2. Present records of im- munizations for the following: polio - four doses (only four if fourth dose was of age or older; 3. If receiving the required im- munizations is contrary to your belial, the parent must sign a statement to this effect to be on file. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated and it after second birlhday); will help get our school measles-rubella-mumps records up to date from the only one dose of each, beginning. separately or combined, onor For more information, alter the first birthday. It is phone 894-3307. Jefferson recommended measles Elementary School, 315North vaccine be given at 15 months Street. REDWOOD SALE ITEMS 2X4- 2x6- 2X6- 2X6- 2X4- 2x6- 2x4- ,--" PIER BLOCKS 2 x 4- P 1 :- $ 25 2x6- ' EA. 2X4 - FENCING I x 6 - 6' Premium ............ *3.25 u I x 6- 6' No. 2 .............. 2.$Su I x 4 - 6' Premium ............. 2.75 tf ! x 4 - 6' No. 2.6. ............. 2.30 tf PRICE INCLUDES 2x4-8'. 4x4q' AND BOARDS DOUGLAS Fill 2 x 6 8/14' No. 2 & Btr. S4S ....... 23". 2 x 6 8/12' No. 3 S4S ............. lY" tf 2 x 4 - 92" Studs ........... *1.1S. TREE PROPS 1,4 lo/2o,.,, 6" DOUGLAS FIR LF 6' & 8' Clear Hrt. 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