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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA • WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2011 -- Page 3 O POLICE LOG CONT. O EMERGENCY PREPAREDN CONT. have jumped the fence and are in the pool area on Elbridge Ave. 10:20 p.m. Caller on Gamay re- ports loud noises from some kind of equipment in the area. Thursday, April 7 8:40 a.m. Caller on Red Mountain Dr. reports she set a cat trap in her back yard and caught a skunk. 8:50 a.m. Caller on E Third St. re- ports that a male subject is using her address and his mailing ad- dress. Caller was advised to "return to sender" any future mail. 9:34 a.m. Citizen reports his vehi- cle was broken into last night while parked on Healdsburg Ave. 2:06 p.m. Caller reports three fe- male juveniles stole beer from a local market. 4:37 p.m. Citizen reports she left her purse in a paper bag off the roadway near Starbucks last night and when she retrieved it, it was missing a pink wallet containing medical cards and receipts. 7:21 p.m. Report of a noise distur- bance on King Cir. 8:49 p.m. Caller on N. Washing- ton St. requests to speak to an offic- er regarding a parking issue. Friday, April 8 9:11 a.m. Principal from Wash- ington School requests to speak to an officer regarding a possible threat made by a student to bring a gun to school. Officer contacted stu- dent, no merit to call. 2:33 p.m. Caller reports his juve- nile son was assualted by another juvenile. 2:35 p.m. Report of a male juve- nile selling items door to door on S. Franklin St. 3:00 p.m. Report of subjects smoking marijauna while parked in Ray's Food Place parking lot. 3:02 p.m. Report of a bike that was stolen from Washington School. 6:27 p.m. Report of a subject locked in the Starbucks bathroom and can't get out. 6:49 p.m. Report of juveniles loi- tering on Elbridge Ave. 7:21 p.m. Report of vehicles blocking the alley way on W. Third St. 10:18 p.m. Report of several juve- niles inside the fence at Washing- ton School, lighting an unknown object on fire. Officer used a fire extinguisher to put out some kind of clothing. Four juveniles were de- tained for arson. ......... Saturday, April 9 :9:24 a.m. Caller requests to speak tO an 6fficer regarding threatening texts being made by a former friend. Advice given. 12:12 p.m. Citizen reports graffiti on a play structure at Jefferson School. 3:57 p.m. Report of 10 male sub- jects drinking and listening to loud music outside a residence on Lake St. 4:36 p.m. Report of juveniles on private property possibly shooting quail. 5:35 p.m. Report of several sub- jects driving motorized scooters and gas powered cars on W. 2rid St. 5:36 p.m. Request for an officer on Marguerite Ln. for suspicious circumstances. 6:52 p.m. Request for an officer to check on a vendor that is selling food near the basketball courts at Vintage Meadow Park. FIRE CALLS Monday, April 4 Medical aid on Venezia Way for a male subject with high blood sug- ar. Medical aid on S. Cloverdale Blvd. for a child who broke her arm in a fall. Report of a vegetation fire on Geysers Rd. Medical aid on N. Washington St. for female subject feeling ill. Medical aid on S. Cloverdale Blvd. for a 48 year old female with possible alcohol poisoning. Tuesday, April 5 87 year old male with shortness of breath on King Cir. Vehicle fire on Old Redwood Hwy. Small fire in transmission area only. Wednesday, April 6 Medical aid on Elbridge Ave for a 62 year old female feeling ill. Medical aid on Buckeye Cir. for a one year old child with shortness of breath. Thursday, April 7 Possible vehicle fire near Zanzi Ln. All units were cancelled en- route. Friday, April 8 Public assist on S. Cloverdale Blvd. for a person locked in the bathroom. The door was opened with minimal damage. Fire in front of the north entrance to the gym at Washington School. Police dept. detained responsible subjects. Medical aid for a female with ab- dominal pain. Saturday, April 9 Portable toilet burned at the Riv- er Park. Fire is being investigated for arson. Sunday, April 10 No calls for service. 8:07 p.m. Caller on Chablis Way reports that a male patient left with- out permission. Issue was resolved. 9:55 p.m. Report of a parking vio- lation on N. Washington St. 10:04 p.m. Report of a dog bark- ing on Toscana Cir. 10:43 p.m. Report of four or five subjects partying from a white van with a keg inside, parked behind Clover Cinema. Sunday, April 10 12:46 a.m. Report of loud music on Tarman Dr. 2:16 a.m. Caller on Clark Ave. re- ports a fight between father and brother. 2:36 a.m. Report of loud music on N. Cloverdale Blvd. 4:52 a.m. Officer reports paint or something all over a vehicle parked on W. 4th St. 11:48 a.m. Officer arrested a sub- ject for driving on a suspended li- cense. 12:36 a.m. Report of a female adult and a small child panhan- dling in front of Ray's Food Place. 1:42 p.m. Caller on Clark Ave. re- ports finding an unknown male subject in an unlocked storage lock- er. 4:50 p.m. Citizen reports finding a cell phone in the roadway on W. First St. Phone was returned to owner. 6:31 p.m. Report of a family dis- pute on Muscat Dr. 6:36 p.m. Caller reports she be- lieves someone has broken into a building that should be vacant on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 6:54 p.m. Report of an ongoing problem with loud music and traf- fic at a residence on Lake St. 7:40 p.m. Report of a family dis- turbance on Marguerite Ln. 10:55 p.m. Officer out at Mc- Donald's for a needle in an ashtray outside of the restaurant. Chamber has new breakfast program The Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce is introducing a mw program "Breakfast for Chamj)i- ons." The first breakfast will take place on April 28, 8-9:30 a.m. at Zi- ni's Diner, 796 S. Cloverdale Blvd. The speaker dor,khe, inaugural breakfast is 4 th District Supervisor Mike McGuire. Breakfast buffet in eluding eggs, pancakes; ,sausage, coffee and juice is $11 and includes tax and gratuity. Reservations are required. Please call 894-4470 to reserve your spac- es. Bring business cards and infor- mation about your business to share during the roundtable networking portion. The next Breakfast for Champi- ons will be May 26. The speaker for that breakfast is Ben Stone, Execu- tive Director of Sonoma County Economic Development Board. should be kept in a zip-lock plastic bag) • Radio- one AM/FM emergency radio with batteries • Support Supplies- one whistle, three pairs of work gloves, three dust masks, one package wet wipes, one package of tissues, one 30 gallon plastic bag and three 10 gallon plastic bags. • Personalized Items-Medications and medical consent forms for depen- dents, first aid kit and handbook, spare eyeglasses and personal hygiene supplies, bottled water, emergency cash, list of emergency contact phone numbers, comfort items, such as games, crayons, writing materi- als and books. These items should be placed in a backpack or other small bag with a handle so that it can be easily carried in an evacuation. Vehicle survival kit • Water-one and one half gallons of water • Food- 15 meal size energy bars • Warmth/Shelter-two emergency blankets, four-12 hour body warmers, two emergency ponchos • Medical-one medical kit, three pill boxes, three pair medical gloves • Lighting-two flashlights with batteries, six lightsticks • Radio-an AM/FM emergency radio with batteries • Support Supplies- two whistles, six pairs work gloves, six dust masks, two packs wet wipes, two packs of pocket tissues, two 30 gallon plastic bags, six 10 gallon plastic bags, one pack waterproof matches, one multi- function tool (ex. Leatherman), two personal hygiene kits These items should be packaged in a bag or a bucket with a handle. Home survival kit Electrical, water, transportation and other vital systems could be dis- PINE MOUNTAIN co.T. cal name recognition." The "[TB review usually takes about six weeks," according to Hoffner. "They will then draft a final rule and the AVA petition will go forward for final editing and review. Once it gets through the TrB approval process, the final Department of the Treasury approval follows," he added. Tim Ward, SkyPine Vineyard Manager and owner of BobDog Wines on Pine Mountain, said that "hopefully by fall or the end of the year, there should be an AVA. It's been a long time coming, but worth the wait due to its potential impact and marketing opportunities for Cloverdale and Pine Mountain." River Road residents report mail stolen out of mail boxes Residents on River Road have reported that many mailboxes on River Road have had the mail stolen out of them and in many cases discarded on the street. Post office personnel are aware of the problem on River Road and advise people who have had their mail stolen to go into the post office and report it. All customers with curbside or street side mailboxes are reminded to remove mail from boxes every day. Do not let mail accumulate or stay in the box overnight. If you see any evidence of mail box tampering, report it to the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office at 565-2511. TWO more PG&E outages last week There were two PG&E electrical outages last week as a result trees on the power lines resulting from high Winds. The same 2500 customers were affected by both outages, according to Brandi El-tiers, PG&E spokesperson. The first outage occurred on Wednesday, April 6 at 2:40 p.m. and power was restored at 4:17 p.m. The second outage was the following day, huday April 7 from 3:11 p.m. to 6:05 p.m. Starting to groW00Vegetables * ..... Long-time Master Gardener Mar- ge Tobias will lead a free workshop on starting a vegetable garden from scratch on Sat., April 16 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Cloverdale Regional Library, 401 N. Clover- dale Blvd. She will explain how to locate, design and build the garden and then will discuss what yo u need to do in each season to grow a succes- sion of your favorite vegetables year-round. This will include choosing what to grow, when and how to plant and how to care for the garden. Workshop Chairs Juanita Bedolla and Kay Kline said to call 565-2608 or visit www.sonomamastergardeners for more information. -Barbara Kirbach rupted for several days after a major disaster like an earthquake. Emergen- cy response agencies and hospitals will likely be overwhelmed and unable to provide immediate assistance. To help your family cope, store a house- hold disaster kit in an easily accessible location, preferably outdoors. This kit compliments your personal disaster kit and should be kept in a large watertight container that can be easily moved and should hold a three to five day supply of the following items: • Drinking Water (minimum one gallon per person per day) • First Aid Supplies-medications, and essential hygiene items such as soap, toothpaste and toilet paper • Emergency Lighting-light sticks and or a working flashlight with extra batteries and light bulbs. Hand-powered flashlights are also available) • Communicatlon-Hand cranked or battery operated radio and spare batteries • Food-Canned and packaged foods and cooking utensils including a manual can opener • Warmth/Shelter-warm clothing, sturdy shoes, extra socks, blankets and perhaps even a tent. • Pets-Pet food and pet restraints and carrier(s) • Vital Documents-Copies of vital documents, insurance policies and personal identification • Miscellaneous-Heavy duty plastic bags for waste and to serve other uses, such as tarps and rain ponchos, work gloves and protective gog- gles. Perishable items such as water, food, medications and batteries should be replaced on a yearly basis, according the County of Sonoma Fire and Emergency Services Department. Stocked emergency kits and be purchased and specialized items such as boxed water, wind-pr0of and waterproof matches are available from a variety of companies, including Emergency Essentials and Survival Solu- tions. Local resources also recommend keeping your gas tank above ฝ full and including MRE (meals ready to eat) in all of your survival kits. It is important to plan in advance as markets and hardware stores will see their shelves empty quickly. Also recommended is having a camping stove with fuel or obtaining emergency cooking equipment available from a variety of companies fumishing supplies for emergency preparedness. Because banks and ATMs may be unavailable, you should have cash on hand in small denominations. The Lytton Springs Salvation Army Hosts Annual Community Easter Celebration . and Sunrise Service. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2011 COMMUNITY EASTER CELEBRATION Easter Egg Hunt Begins at 10:30 a.m. SHARP *Please allow enough time for parking. Visitors will enjoy several fun activities including a super slide, bounce house, face painting, prize giveaways and let's not forget fabulous sales at all our Salvation Army Family Stores! SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 20 tl - SUNRISE SERVICE ..... SUNRISE APPROXIMATELY 6 A.M. *Arrive early so as notto miss the spectacular view. For a truly unique experience celebrate Easter Morning at The Salvation Army's Community Sunrise Service. Welcome the day and celebrate this Holy holiday with an outdoor service that is one of a kind. 200 Lytton Springs Rd. Healdsburg 707-433-3334 • vvw, lytton.satruck.org KNOWWHO TO CALL WHEN YOUR BONDS ARE CALLED. Paul Sullivan, AAMS ฎ 433-3412 647 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg Call or stop by today to make an appointment Dolph D. Green, CF1  894-0277 231 N. Clvd. Blvd. Cloverdale ฎ Edward Jonas MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC Hilltop Estate Large home on 22+/- priyate acres w/stunning views, pool, guest cottage, workshop, pond & orchards. 34960highway128.eom $1,750,000 Ron & Jane Pavelka 894-1575 A Home of Distinction Elegant Del Webb single story on a peaceful cul-de- sac. 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