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PAGE 2- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 201 1 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Monday, April 4 7:50 a.m. Report of items taken from a vehicle while it was parked on Tarman Dr. 10:40 a.m. Citizen reports the glass to the front door of Yogurt- dale Blvd. has been broken out. 12:41 p.m. Local business owner reports finding a check belonging to a customer on the floor of his business. The check was returned to its owner. 1:13 p.m. Report of a male and female subject involved in a verbal argument on Healdsburg Ave. Both subjects were arrested for out of county warrants. 2:37 p.m. Caller on S. Foothill restoration Bryce Blankenship and Eric Davis were loading up Scotchbroom to be hauled away. Blvd. reports receiving death threats. 5:53 p.m. Caller on Kay Ct. re- ports a male subject has been run- ninga planer in his front yard all day and would like to stop for the evening. Officer contacted subject who was finishing up for the evening. 6:16 p.m. Caller requests an of- ricer check the welfare of his sister on N. Foothill Blvd. 7:54 p.m. Officer out at Ace Hardware with skateboarders. Subjects were warned and ad- vised. 8:00 p.m. 911 caller reports a neighbor has punched out a hole in the fence and is taking pictures of them in their yard. 10:37 p.m. Report of a possible abandoned vehicle on S. Clover- dale Blvd. Tuesday, April 5 12:41 a.m. Officer out with two suspicious subjects on S. Clover- dale Blvd. 8:37 a.m. Caller requests to speak to an officer regarding the puchase of a dog from a neighbor. 11:56 a.m. Caller reports two unknown male subjects are at her door on Caledonian Ct. Officer ar- rested a subject for violation of probation and possession of drug paraphenaila. 1:30 p.m. Report of a fight at Temperatures Hi_jOb Low April 4 84 44 05 April 5 70 50 April 6 69 38 April 7 65 41 April 8 60 35 April 9 69 35 April 10 65 38 Rainfall YTD 48.43"-- Last YTD 37.03" Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. Cloverdale High School. 2:06 p.m. Report of traffic block- ing the street on North St. 2:14 p.m. Report of a loud rooster and several hens living on Dina St. Officer advised chicken owner that they had a week to remove the chickens. 2:31 p.m. Officer cited a subject for parking in a Handicap parking space without proper identification. 3:35 p.m. Report of a Ford truck parked on Gamay Dr. with several stolen parts on it. Officer reports nothing suspicious about the vehi- cle. Pictured are Dan Resnik from the Department of Fish and Game; left, Julie Hanson of Americorp; Derek Achomb from the Department of Fish and Game and Desiree Dela Vega of Americorp, who led students in the removal of Scotchbroom, an invasive, non-native plant fromthe creek area behind the Cloverdale Library, The Cloverdale LionsClub proyided 'hot dogs and chill for lunch for leaders and volunteers and the Friends of the Library provided cookies and brownies, Cloverdale Ace Hardware and Sanz Nursery also donated supplies. / Derek Achomb from Me De partntent,N Fjsh and.Game; left, Freddy Vasquez and Robert Sedeno work on cleai:nHron IreeE of mvas,ve, non-nafwe plants. From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille TMattersthat!!LaennSSOOftert S April 15, 1911 100 years ago: The famous champagne expert Charles Jadean, after a three month visit to France, is again at work at Asti. He is filling about 300,000 bottles with sparkling wines. Last year the output was 250,000 bottles, 150,000 were champagne and the other 100,000 sparkling burgundy. These wines, which are naturally fermented in the bottle, have now reached the last stage before bottling. In a few months the public will have its first opportunity to taste Italian-Swiss Colony's latest achievement. Next Monday evening there will be a special meeting of the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce for the purpose of making arrangements for sending a float to the annual Rose Carnival in Santa Rosa. All public spirited citizens whether affiliated with the Chamber or not, are invited to be present and give expression to their sentiments. April 13, 1961 - 50 years ago: " Pacific Gas and Electric Company plans to double the size of the Gey- sers Geothermal power plant at the Big Geysers, 16 miles east of Clover- dale. The plant, which generates electricity with natu ........ ral steam brought from within the earth, began operation last summer. It is the first of its kind in America. P.G.& E will add a 12,500 kilowatt generat- ing unit to the one of that size already in service at the Gey- sers. The company will invest approximately $2.2 million in the new unit. Seven wells have been developed at the Geysers ............. Four are now being used to supply the first unit. The new ...... unit will be built adjacent to the first, utilizing common op- erating, switching and trans- mission facilities. It will be designed to run automatically, without operators in attendance. Sonoma County has gone on record against the Golden Gate Transpor- tation Commission bill to take over complete control and operation of the Golden Gate Bridge, and eventually all state controlled toll bridges. The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors stated: . . . revenues of the Golden Gate Bridge would be used to construct facilities outside the Bridge District, which the people of Sonoma and the other counties could conceivably have no interest in... April 16, 1986 - 25 years ago: May 22 will be the kick-off for a four-day event which will bring hundreds of horses and riders to Cloverdale for the first annual frontier days celebration. The activities will start with a huge five-ring circus provided by Carson and Barnes. Friday, Saturday and Sunday will bring riders from all over the Redwood Empire for a spectacular ram sale, sheep dog trials, barbeque, country western dance, and much, much more. If you would like to see a very special handmade quilt, be sure to go by the library before this Friday. It's become almost a tradition within the Sonoma County Library system that when a librarian is due to go on maternity leave, her co-workers make a quilt to commemorate the event. 6:10 p.m. Citizen reports he left his wallet and i-Phone on the bumper of his truck whL[e t Chev- ron and drove off without remow ing them! ' ' 10:06 p.m. Report of a man yell- ing at a clerk inside Ray's Food Place. Officer arrested the subject for an outstanding warrant. Wednesday, April 6 10:06 a.m. Citizen reports possi- ble ID theft. 10:21 a.m. Report of a small dog tied up in the driveway of a resi- dence on University St. Caller states the dog is barking constantly. Offic- er took the dog as it had no food or water and was hanging by its leash. 11:36 a.m: Report of a young male subject hitchhiking on S. Cloverdale Blvd.' ......... 12:43 p.m. Citizen reports suspi- cious activity regarding his juvenile son. 2:02 p.m. Citizen reports he had his neighbor clean his house and is now missing a check out of his checkbook. 4:53 p.m. Report of subjects who >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 MI')NNE JEANNINE PENDLETON Independent Consultant District Manager Organic Swiss Skin Care & Nutrition 707-484-1914 jpendleton.myarbonne.com Your hosts Jos6 and Mary present... Senior Spring Special for our guests jj years and older 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-0885