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Sonoma County, CA June 4, 1997 VoL CXVIIL Issue 23 35 Cents ,,,,,, ,, , ,, , ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, ]L 00.ice g | .\\;Fer own gas from no: ]s Service Station-the II I[L I1 serve gas station in  "J ill -ts closed down. Howev- /  Dick Erickson will i ating D and D Motors, Iar lot, at the site located 8. Cioverdale Blvd. Is.stations owners are re- .by law to upgrade their ir0und storage tanks by r.remove them. According  wife, Berti, the couple lOse to retirement they I to close the gas station i down. Want to thank our cus- fw all of the business we in Cloverdale the last i i . . 00ert, s00d. [^ls lived in Cloverdale " "q",81[,, and Berti since 1952. l Lreeently retired from [r,erica Bank. They have i Lldren, Debra, Patricia iLrry, all Cloverdale High [. Larry works for Gen - J , in Michigan design- 00erdale High grad graduates Harvard Elliott Woody, a grad- i a. Cloverdale High, will th high honors from _Medical School in Bow Lchusetts, o:J?e 6, was raised" C over- L" attended Cloverdale om kindergarten school. He was rts and student gov- roughout his high Harvard with high honors and ty of California at San- The Black Bart Days Festival and Trade Show was held last Saturday on tl- boulevard in Clovardale. Judging the Trade Show booths were Citrus Fair Queen JennHer Nickolas, Mtchelle Leonard and Nancy Davies. Winning booth was Care Home Health; winning Black Bart window was North Bay Molding/The Old Trading Post. ea with highest honors :Sis training as a physi- arVard Medical School. !Bostonhehasworked Claim alleging PD ew England Patriots team and spent last neg,,gence sent to with tbe National Cloverdale's insurer =gue examining data ting programs to re- A claim for damages filed .'g injuries, against the City by Lan T. Brest- Will work out of Mas- Eleanor and Jerry Webster of Empire Personnel staffed their booth Saturday at the annual Black Brt Trade Show held in downtown Clovardale. The day-time festivities were followed by a Irbecue and Country Western dance on the plaza that were both a huge succes er of Cloverdale was referred to the City's insurance carrier by the City Council May 28. The claimant alleges she was suffering from a chronic case of LBP and a possible overdose of psse mm to tm ps acts on several 00nda matters May 28 _nl map for Jefferson and merchandise sales ,it3subdivisionwas An agreement was'also re- by the City Council newedwith Coastland Engineer- ing for city engineering service- located Circle between and Venezia Way, is f a 6.27 acre parcel into 31 lots. also approved subdivision Blv& be- mndTarman of a 3.7 acre ar- into 41 lots also renewed an es., covering general engineer- ing, capital projects and inspec- tions. Principal for Coastland in Cloverdale is Engineer John Wanger. The Council authorized use of the Downtown Plaza July 4 for a Boys & Girls Club fund-raising dance during the evening. Second reading of the telecom- munication ordinance was held and new impact fees for develop- ment were accepted. The new fee schedule was introduced to home builders at a staffmeeting prior to Council action. A call for bids will be issued for an airport runway lighting sys- tem. Estimated cost is $65,000 to be funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agen- cy. lS run by Colin ones. The a lease and a for one year. skydiv- and rigging Well as equipment Staffers st Ammmblywonmn Virginia Stbrom-Mertin's booth at the BImk Bar/Trade Show in Cloverdele were busy flnger-lxlntlng children for Operlon Kid Print. I I II I I IIII IIII I IIIIIII Airport improvements recommended ,n report Ca/ for aan00/tyn2/ ha?nglrlhat must be remod by tions was submitted to the City Council at the May 28 meeting by the Airport Committee. A key recommendation was appointment of an ad hoc com- mittee to implement the several recommended airport improve- ments. This suggestion was accepted by the Council and steps will be taken to organize the commit- tee with attention to requir- ments mandated by the Brown Act, the State's open meeting law. The Airport Committee's re- port recommends that the City acquire and install between six and 10 hangars and that han- gar rents be increased. Hangar leases now in effect should be discontinued and a fee of $10 charged to be placed on a waiting list for a hangar with an additional $5 annual fee to remain on the list, Utilities should be split be- tween the City, the Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and those who rent hangars. Three electrical meters should be installed for this purpose with the City being responsible for security and air- field lighting. The FBO should be responsible for all lighting associated with his business and that the cost of electricity for the hangars be incorporated in the hangar rent. The FBO should have a five year lease and be required to prepare a long term business plan that includes development of a recreational area at the airport. Also provision of fuel should be incorporated into the FBO's long term business plan. Existing underground fuel the end of 1998, should be moni- tored. There is a need for at least five more tie down spaces. The ad hoc committee should be asked to address the best meth- od of lengthening the runway for safety reasons and how to in- crease the number of hangars and tie downs. It should also be charged with identifying obtain- ing grants and loans for airport improvements and develop ways to market the airport. The access road to the airport should be paved and attention should be paid to the poor condi- tion of the levees. The report also recommends installation of three signs for the airport, one at the entrance from Asti Road, another at the en- trance gate directing traffic to the FBO office and identifying what facilities are available at the airport and a bulletin board in the FBO office. It was noted that a telephone pole at the south end of the run- way poses a safety hazard and it should be either eliminated or lowered. There is also inade- quate lighting in the transient tie down area. Flood hazards exist on the north or west end of the airport and this should be looked at by the city engineer and appropri- ate steps taken. The Council was pleased with the scope and thoroughness of the report and expressed thanks to the airport committee mem- bers Jim Kneisler, Chairman, Colin Medalie, Mechel Boucher, Wes Daniels and Robin Anders- en. Sports scholarship awarded Gianina Pellegrini, a senior at Cloverdale High, has signed a Letter of Intent to play volley- ball at Northwestern University in Boston. She will receive a full scholarship from the Division I school in the America East Con- ference in which she will attend in the fall. This is the first time a female athlete from Clover- dale has received an athletic scholarship. Pellegrini, who was All League the three years she played for Cloverdale, was also the'96 NCL I MVP. She has played for Nor- Cal Volleyball Club and most recently with North Coast Vol- leyball Club in Ukiah. GianJna, who maintains a 4.0 grade point average, was Clo- verda]e's 1996 Citrus Fair queen and rqn'esented Cloverda]e in the California Junior Miss pag- eant held in Rohnert Park. She is active in student government, this year organizing Communi- tyUnity Day at Cloverdale High. She plans to major in theater arts at Northeastern. Lions need donations for fireworks display The Cloverdale Lions Club will once again sponsor Clover- dale's 2 Ist Annual Fourth of July Public Fireworks Display the evening of July 4, at the Cloverdale High School Footb Field Lllen Memorial Field) at dusk. The cost of providing the fireworks has increased beyond the means of anyone club or organization. The Club is therefore soliciting financial support frown all clubs, organizations, busi- nesses and individuals citizens. If you wish to cntribute please send your contributions to the Cloverdale Lions Club, PO Box 763, Cloverdale, CA 95425. Donations will also be accepted by Lions Project Chairman Chuck Sibert at 1301 S. Cloverdale Blvd.