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 ; i: " Pae 4 Cloverdale Reveille Anril 24. 1991 Hillside development restrictionsopposed Once again property owners ex- pressed concern about the restric- tions being placed on development of hillside propertiies to the west of Clove,dale during a General Plan Advisory Committee session. At the most recent meeting of the Committee April 18 Bud Lyda ob- jected strongly to the limitations being placed on ridge line.s and on development from the 400 foot ele- vation to the top of the ridge. The plan, as outlined to the Committee, would prohibit road building along the top of a ridge line and would include ridges traveling east toward the city itself. Mr. Lyda and his wife own 300 acres in the Northwest comer of the General Plan study area. He told the Committee that he and his wife had paid a considerable amount of money for the property as well as taxes over the years since. He said he found it strange that the General Plan was restricting hillside development while allowing prime agricultural land on the valley floor to be covered over with houses. Committee Chairman/Council- man Jim Teague replied that the prime ag land had already been given over for development in Clove, dale and it was too late to do anything about it. He assured Mr. Lyda that the re- strictions proposed in the new Gem eral Plan would apply to the ridge tops. "You will have plenty of land left to develop," he said. Mr. Teague also pointed out that a road could be built over a ridge line but no along it. Jim Romain, Planning Commis- sion Chairman and Committee member, commented that the goal was to encourage good development not prohibit iL The Committee reviewed prelimi- nary elements for Parklands and Recreation, Conservation and Open Space, &amp; Public Health and Safy. The Parklands Element generally follows the reports prepared by the Parkland Advisory Committee. It provides buffers along creek beds in town to allow for recreational uses and it follows the parkland stan- dards of 5 acres per 1000 population criteria Bike lanes are proposed along Foothill Blvd. Chairman Teague questioned the plan for a 60 foot right-of-way for Foothill because of the cost to the City of maintaining a street of this width in the future. The 60 feet would accommodate bike lanes along both sides of the street. The Element also would re- quire developers to install streets with bike lanes where appropriate. The City will require preferred parkland sites within the current City limits and the Spere of Influence through dedications, easements, or acquisition. These sites may include the Boehm/Seghesio properties; City property on Santana Lane; a site in the Hiatt Road/Kelly Road vicinity and near the Airport. A Western Hills Regional Park will be devel- oped above the initial ridgeline to- gether with the County with a wail system to be linked to Lake Sonoma. Provision is made that the City will investigate County/State fund- ing sources for these parks. The Public Health and Safety Ele- ment's goals are to prevent unneces- sary exposure of people and property to risks of damage or in jut3/ from earthquakes, landslides and other geologic hazards as well as damage or injury from flooding, and Burning permits needed in. , onoma County as of May 1 The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CDF) reminds Sonoma County residents living in the un-incorporated areas of the county that burning permits will be required on May 1, 1991, for all open burning in Sonoma County. This permit is in addition to an air pollution permit required year- round. The burning permit can onlybe written for items approved by the air resources management districts. These permits will be available at the Sonoma Ranger Unit headquar- ters, 2210 West College, Santa Rosa and the Healdsburg Fire Station on Lytton Spring Road. In Cloverdale, all questions about burning should be directed to either the Cloverdale Fire Dept., 894-3545, or the CDF, 576r228,5. DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES Ann Atkinson Beginning & Intermediate + Classes start These, April 30 Call to register 894-3690 (Eves. 894-3183) Radio Shack Makes It Easy to Fly American ... and Save! 4-Head VCR With Remote Save '140 4 Heads for Clear Special Effects ..On-Screen Progremmln9 .., 259o s 179-Ch. Cable-Compatible Tuner 3..._5 #16-521 Pull-Out Car Stereo Save 1100 Tft-Re- Fode .,0w.,...=,o__ .. 17900 Oolby" B NR 18 Presets 279.95 #12-1935 wildland and structural fires. A final goal addresses requirements for stor- age, transport, disposal and use of hazardous materials. Chief Jim Miner asked to meet with the planning consuttants to dis- cuss certain provisions in this Ele- ment especially referring to require- ments regarding installation of sprin- kler systems. Beepedess Anewerer  *50 Security Code .ou.,c._,,. ,=, 69os #43-396 "fi'avel Alarm 24-r Alarm #-7 LCD Oleplay Cloverdale/Alexa 00oer Valley Half Century bil< 9 ride this Saturday The CloverdaledAlexander Valley Hal f Century Early Season Warm-up gets underway Saturday morning at the Citrus Fair. Registration will taken place from 8-9 a.m. The fee is $20 per person. The bicycle ride will take partici- pants south from the Citrus Fair through the beautiful wine country and Alexander Valley. The 50 mile course is mosdy made up of rolling hills and flat terrain with a couple of challenging climbs. There will be two rest stops with drinks, fruit, trail mix, yogurt and cookies. The last leg of the ride will take cyclists back to City Park where lunch will be served. Sponsors of the event include Soroptimists of Clove,dale, Clover Market, Clover Stornetta, Gowans Oak Tree, Calistoga Mineral Water and Timbercrest Farms. All profits will go to charity. Returning Gulf troops invited to Sonoma County for a little R&R Troops returning from the Gulf to their homes and families inNorth- em Califoma can enjoy a little much needed rest and relaxation at some of Sonoma County's wonderful bed & breakfast accommodations. Innkeepers from twelve inns, in- cluding Cioverdale's Ye Olde Shel- ford House, will be participating in the Program. The Innkeepers, comprising the Wine Country Inns of Sonoma County voted unanimously to offer free rooms as part of a program coordinated through the county's convention and visitor's bureau. More than 80 rooms will be available from the group, which could mean that up to 10% of Northern Califor- nia's veterans of the Gulf War might take advantage of some of the area's finest inns. From elegant victorian to country comfort, the inns each have their own unique charm. Ranging in size from 3 rooms up to 12, the B&B's furnish an intimate atmosphere in which to recuperate from the stress and strain of recent months. AIDS Vigil in Santa Rosa May 19 On May 19, the AIDS Candlelight Memorial Vigil and March will con- gregate at the Santa Rosa Junior College at dusk and walk to Old Courthouse Square to commemor- ate the over 500 deaths from AIDS locally. Funds collected in excess of AIDS Candlelight Memorial Vigil and March expenses will be dona- ted to Face To Face and Food For Thoughts. For further information, please call 526-9126. $30 O|f aty rOUnd-lrp excw$n of $179 or more $50 Off aay rourtdqrlp excuron oi $279 oF ,,more $70 Of! any round.lrlp excus+on ol $379 or more 2.    l,li0ti'--en two Celtdltes ,of ,rci'.lses t0 la $!00 Of e ot earn r Cert,hae$ tot purctwes totaling $200 or more or earn x Cert=tcales for rcases Iola $3fl0 or more 3. ASk  GREM Amerieil VAr..ATION Order Fen/i. *H cI e Queste0 mlorma encase ar magi ya rets (0! 30tOCOOVe) a a s and tlartn 9 lee Of $1 75 fOr el GREAT Amerca VACATION Certh Ca!e ormd 4. GRF.AT k,e,r.lm V.ATION O,'hr Iplhd --  ollickM mll md nlslri- Sla Computer Centers Certain er and clOs (FIIs TO and From Hawa or Virgin tstanas Exekelea! CD Player With Remote Stores 16 Selections for Piaybimk in Any Sequence #42-5015 TLIE Computer Styllah Phone Cut 25% For Home or Office #- Tone/pulse duhr LCD Calculator 40 Off 895 Solar/Be,tory Ajueteble Dlpiay #65- 564 Save s80 139 m; 286-Baaed PC Compatible A,l|lt-h MS-OOS  640K RAM With 10-1n-1 I)lkMite  Software #25-1602 Pentonal Printer. Save $110. Up to 240 eps Reg. 35995 #26-2848. Sale 249.95 Stereo Portable hllV s40 synchro Oubng ,... 7995 TV PLUS 115 N. Cloverdale Blvd. A Radto Shack Dealer 894-2695 AMIFM Clock Radio  24,/, Ea/-to-Read 0.6" Red LED Display 18" #12-1575 2FI4.45 OJ can st use serves requm tones FC reg.. te0 NOt fOr Co. or Iltly  Wes*rv tm 00y" L,iIaloes Le2enr, mQ Corp M-OOS i from Mcros0tt Cp Most tterv wet eq.met ex bats Most Major Credit Cards Wekmme Situated in locales stretching norm from Santa Rosa to Clove, dale, and west to Guemeville, the inns pro- vide a variety of settings from which to chosoe. All Wine Country Inns serve a delicious full breakfast each morning and offer the personal attention to details that indeed make guest feel that theirs is "a stay with a difference". Over the next several months the Troops R&R Program will pro- vide complimentary accommoda- tions and several meals for North- em California's Gulf War veterans. Information and details can be ob- tained from the Sonoma County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 575-1191 or by calling Wine Coun- try Inns of Sonoma County at 433- INNS. "YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER" Since 1879 O#ice Hours : Mon-Fri 9 a.m:o 5 p.m. CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Publisher Bonny J. Hancbett Editor Mary Jo Winter Sports Brian Sumpter AdvertisingCirculation Bonnie Goodman Composing Carmen Gleason The Cioverdale Reveille (119-020 USPS) is published 52 time, per year by Hancheu Publishing, Inc., on Wednesdays at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverde, CA 95425 (707) 894-3339 Subscriptions: $15 per year, $18 per year out of Sonoma County. Single copy 35. Second Class Postage Paid at Cloverdale, CA 95425. Postmaster: Send address changes to the Cloverdale Reveille, P.O. Box 157, Clover- dale, CA 95425. The following letter was received at the Reveille office on Tuesday, April 16, 1991. Hello to my fellow Cloverdalians! Words can never express how much each card, letter and package meant. I'm still receiving back- dated mail (some as old as Decem- ber), so if I haven't responded yet, I WILL as soon as I can[ I had the opportunity to travel and live all over Saudi Arabia during my tour here. I was in- volved with Task Force Freedom and the Restoration of Kuwait. My unit was one of the first 50,000 troops to arrive here and has now been chosen to be part of the staying force in the Gulf. l will not be able to leave until permanent replacements are properly briefed and trained. I'm told to hope for the July time frame. I am due to get out of the military in late August and will resume my education using the G.I. Bill and what money I've save these past 7-1/'2 months. I've received the Reveille off and on since I left Cloverdale during the Summer of '87 to keep up wi births, marriages, etc., of the people I've known most of my life. I've always had good memories of my hometown, and will try to assure  children will grow up in one like it. Thank you, Cloverdale, for living up to what I've always remembered! Ginger Butler News Briefs Elevator plan ok'd for Sciaini Building A Design Review of a proposed elevator for the Sciaini Building, 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. was ap- proved by the Planning Commission April 17 after a lengthy discussion. The elevator is to be constructed on the south wall of the building to serve on the second floor. The elevator will be built from the third donner window on the south-facing walL The project carries n condiJ tions that must be met including City approval of the color scheme chosen, skirting around the existing air conditioning equipment on the roofmd replacement of a large advertising sign suspended from the eaves on the south rooffine to be flush-mounted with the walL In other business pertaining to the Sciaini Building, the Commis- sion approved a sign on the south wall for the Cioverdale Chamber of Commerce. New Subdivision slated for Heidi Lane A tentative map and negative dec- laration were approved for the Solitude Court Subdivision by the Planning Commission April 17. The property is located at the end of Heidi Lane and will be divided into five building lots. All of the lots will front onto an existing cul-de-sac which now serves as the end of Heidi Lane. During the discussion period, Al- ternate Planning Commissioner Elizabeth Smith - sitting in for David Warren who was absent - noted that Heidi Lane is of a substandard COMMUNITY Wednesday, April 24 Senior Center, Grange Hall ........................ 9:.30-4:00 pan. Soroptimists, Above Sciaini's .......................... 12:00 p.m. Preschool Story!line, Li'- ..................... 1:00-1:30pJn. City Council, City Hall ...................................... 7:30 p.m. Little League Board Meeting, Daly Field .......... 7:00 p.m. Thursday, April 25 Thrift Sale, United Church ....................... 10:00-3:00 pan. Rotary, Vets Bldg ........................................... 12:15 p.m. Hometown Workout, Vets Bldg ........................ 6:00 p.m. Overeaters Anon.0-1ow), Fellowship Hall .......... 6:00 pan. Duplicate Bridge, Vets Bldg ............................ 7:00 p.m. Cloverdale Liorm, Vets Bldg ............................. 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 26 Senior Day Canter, Grange Hall ................ .9:30-2:00 p.m. Recycle, s, Cims F=ir ............................... 10:.00-3:00 p.m. Emergency Food Pantry, United Church. ..................................... 1:00-3:00 pan. THE OLD FEED STORE Hay - Grain - Feed 28301 Redwood Hwy So. 8-5:30 Sat 9-4 894-5297 They have a for helping! Editor: Brownie Troop thank the folks at Fashion their outstanding cookie sales. They have I the Girl Scouts for 13 They helped us meet now we are taking a trip! America! Thank you. Sheree Jennifer, Candi Nice job, Rotarians[ Editor: Last weekend (April 1! again the Cioverdale members were out in force! up Highway 101 dale and Asti. It is evident the people show in the City dale by the enthusiasm while giving up their show tourists that our finest and most caring Sonoma County. Thank you, I am very proud to part of our City. Hi Leadworker - width and she parking on both sides She wanted to know how I be controlled. that the Commission and see if people street complained action is contemplated. "I just think it looks Mrs. Smith commented. The Commission action on the issue. Planners a Zanzi parcel A minor subdivision a parcel split on a foot  into two proved with Planning Commission The property, owned Zanzi, is located at the First Street and sizes will be 7,951 tively. The property, at present, and contains a number mainly native Oak and The Cit, to prepare a tree ptraervation plan prior tel final parcel map. The applicant has prove Footbhill sidewalk, curb and improve an existing nel with CPR class locally next A CPR class will be Thomas Peugh, a and CPR instructor Heart Association, at day Adventist School, dale Blvd. April 29 from  A fee of $15 per charged for materials. information call Bob 2341. Members of-the Month Banquet. & Awards Boys & Girls Club ...... Saturday, April 27 Swap Meet, Citrus Fair.. Little League Opening Ceremony, Daly Field... 8th Grade C Wash Half Century Bike Ride, Citrus Fair.+ Thrift Sale, United Church ....................... II Box Lunch Social, Jefferum C C  Luncheon. Vats Bldg Sunday, April 211 Swap Meet, Cima FairlFoends ........ blelday, April 29 Hometown Workout, Vets Bldg Overseen Anen. (Bow) Copper Tuesday, April 30 Century Liom, Clove,dale Coffee : Senior Center, Orange Hall ........... FRED YOUNG & COMPANY Mortuaries 428 N. Cloverdale 894-2540