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June 4, 1997, Cloverdsle Reveille, Page 3 budget cut ing resolution city tax transfer 121 in expendi- for the Clover- Protection District to idlines reflects funds from. the e. of further transfers tax funds from the District is still unre- Mayor Tom Sink, met with their 28 with no action , we are getting of this mat- Reveille. the District has :a reduced preliminary avoids any employ- To accomplish this reduction purchases (ex- 0 were April and the $50,000 for apparatus was de- reflects a in operations expendi-  well. Rosevear states great deal of time and expended to make of cut on an already without the layoff that if the City tax not occur in 1998- , recommend on staff four paid posi-. ty'stax trans- will be adopted resolved and the city made available to the  1997-98 the budget the preliminary budget could be amended to reflect this income. The City and District are ne- gotiating the length of time the City will commit to the annual transfer of $67,500 in property taxes. The City is considering a counter offer from the District of a continued 10 year transfer pe- riod dating from July 1, 1997 the amount to be set on a yearly basis. The City has offered the set amount of $67,500. The Dis- trict wants an annual increase based on the same factor the County uses in calculating its transfer amount. The City has already paid the transfer for a period of three years that will end July 1, 1997. Food Pantry grateful for any donations The Cloverdale Food Pantry, in sending its thanks to mem- bers of Preceptor Mu Theta So- rority for their generous $100 donation, reports that it is be- cause of the compassion and gen- erosity of such organizations that the Food Pantry is able to continue feeding the hungry in Cloverdale. Lynn Gibbs, director, states that all donations are gratefully received. You may send your contribution to the Cloverdale Food Pantry, POB 1038, Clover- dale, Ca. 95425. izn d I wish to give our and appreciation for all the acts of kindness extended to us during my recent surgery. With love, Millie Laudie Earthworks i: : i!  Cloverdale High School freshman, LaBath Robinson (at center) is once again performing in a leading role in a ballet mtacular. Cloverdale High School girl to perform in upcoming ballet Cloverdale High School fresh- man, LaBeth Robinson, age 15, is once again performing in a leading role in a ballet spectacu- lar. LaBeth will appear as the good fairy in the North Bay Perform- ing Arts Association's Spring '97 Dance Showcase--The Dalma- tions: Fantasy in Black and White! In a story similar to Dis- ney's 101 Dalmations, it is La- Beth's duty to save puppies played by childen ages three- six. Maldngthe peformance even more special is the fact that La- Beth is the dance instructor of the children playing the pup- pies. LaBeth is being sponsored by Herb Cody of Cloverdale Karate Center. The performance will take place at the Person Theater at Sonoma State University on Fri- day, June 13 at 7 pm and Satur- day, June 14 at i pm and 4 pm. Advance ticket sales may be or- dered now by telephone at 763- 3538 or by visiting North Bay PerformingArts Center/Contessi Ballet at 424 Payran Street in Petaluma. To obtain tickets in Cloverdale, call 894-4547 or 894- 8699. Tickets are $7 adults and $4 children. EXpert Repairs Manufacturing Jewelers Work Done on Premises Delivery to Cloverdale Possible oddlngtown Call S28-11SII3 Clo the Cow was on hand Saturday during the Black Bart Festival - Cleaning :r .... i ...... : NEW LOCATION! 1 .ra & laual.  la i jp ._____._-_- ,,_erJzm_lJS ., i so much to all the men and lady who rescue my daughter Rexanne Harshfwld the mountain at Lake Sonoma I shudder to think what would have hap- to lay with a broken leg all night oe longer until someone had found her. You are very much appreciated. Your Hum' Doqdas in Cloverdale on Celebrity Mini Blinds 70% on Tahoe Wood Blinds REYNOLDS COVERINGS Neal Reynolds The Doctors of North Bay Eye Associates Medical Group are proud to announce the expansion of our practice and the opening of our new Healdsburg office at 1310 Prentice Drive, Suite F A full range of eye care will be prodded by our extensive panel of professionals. Please call 433-9475 to schedule an appointment with: Jason Bacharach, M.D ........ Glaucoma and Cataract Surgery Mark Jaobson, M.D ....... Pediatric and Strabiomus Surgery Paul Campion, M.D ........................ General Ophthalmology Chris Kim, M.D ...... Cornea Surgery and Refractive Surgery (available mid-July) Jeffrey Andersen, O.D ..... Primary Eye Care/Contact Lenses (available mid-June) HORIZON VISION CENTER MEMBER P, CTICE Free Estimates Window J CDF burn ban for Sonoma-Lake-Napa set Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit Chief Gary Buzzini, of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, announced that ef- fective June 1, 1997 a burn ban will be in effect for all State Little League looking for more umpires Cloverdale Little League is putting out a call for umpires. If you are interested or know some- one you believe would make a good umpire, please contact Gary Green at 894-5768. "Cloverdale Little League is a vital youth activity in our com- munity. In serving over 350 children and teaching them sportsmanship, teamwork, and positive self-image, Little League is one of our community's pew- erful forces for good in the lives of our young people. To make the program successful, it takes everyone working together," Green said. There are many areas where people can be of service. Green points out that this season will be quickly coming to an end and board members will need to be chosen for the coming year. If you are interested in a position you are invited to attend board meetings to see members in ac- tion. Anyone with a desire to have a positive influence on young people is encouraged to come forth. The League appreciates the community's support, Green noted. Responsibility areas in Sonoma, Lake, Napa, Solano, Colusa and Yolo counties. This burn ban applies to all dooryard debris control burns in the wildland watershed areas of the six counties mentioned. Cer- tain types and areas of agricul- tural burns are exempt. Detailed information may be obtained at any CDF station. The Burn Ban is expected to remain effective through the fire season. The burn ban is one part of CDFs efforts to prevent destruc- tive wildfires from occurring. In the State last year escaped con- trol burns damaged over 2100 acres being the fifth leading cause of wildfires. The Burn Ban is coordinated with the increase in staffing for fire season. As CDF mobilizes for fire sea- son Chief Buzzini reminds area residents to prepare as well. Grass, weeds and brush need to be mowed or disked 30 to 100 feet from each building. Mowing or disking should be done before noon and mechanized equipment must have appropriate spark arrestors. CDF can be contacted for more information about the burn ban and for free fire pre- vention information. SHARE AMERICA with Scandinavian, European, South American, Asian, Russian High School Students ardving August. Become a Host Family. AISE! Call 1-800-SIBLING. We can provide a free college cost analysis that will Show you: Approximately what the college of your choice is expected to cost in the futm'e; How much you'll have to save monthly or annually; How to develop an investment plan that can help you meet your savings goal. 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