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Page 10, Cloverdale Revellle, June 4, 1997 CLAIM Nyquil when pulled over by a city police officer and arrested for a possible DUI. She claims the officer was negligent in not providing her with medical attention and her inhaler while in custody. She alleges she required emergency treatment following the incident. She asks $50,000 and also de- clares total damages have not been ascertained as she contin- ues under a doctor's care. The claim states the arrest occurred Nov. 8, 1996. Agenda items from council Prior to the study session with the Planning Commission re- garding the Del Webb project the City Council will take up three agenda items at the June 4 meeting. Tl Council convenes at 6:30 p.m. m chambers at City Hall, 124 1. Cloverdale Blvd. Circuit Rider Productions, sponsors of the Gang Reduction and Intervention Program in Northern Sonoma County, will make a presentation regarding the work with 20 students at Washington School. Circuit Rid- er will ask the City for $200 to help finance an end of the year trip for these students to Stan- ford University and Great Amer- ica. A resolution to approve renew- al of a contract with Coastland Engineering and approval of a final map for Jefferson Springs Phase Eli subdivision are also on the agenda. The study session will discuss revisions of the Development Plan for a 175 acre area of Clo- ver Springs by Del Webb Corpo- ration. The site is located in southwest Cloverdale, fronting Cloverdale Blvd. north of Hot Springs Road. Del Webb proposes to develop an over 55 adult community on the site that was formerly slated to become a mixed housing project. No action is to be taken during this study session regard- ing the Development Plan. Use drugs- lose your driver license A recent law signed by Gover- nor Wilson continues an earlier requirement for a six month sus- pension of the driver license of anyone convicted of controlled substance offenses. The offenses include convic- tion for possession of drugs for personal use or intent to sell. The new law reinstates provi- sions of an earlier law that re- quired the DMV to immediately suspend the license of a person convicted of any controlled sub- stance crime once notification of the convictions was received from a court. Courts are required to notify the DMV within 10 days of a conviction. Drivers suspended under the new legislation must pay a $24 fee at the end of their suspen- sion before their licenses will be re-instated. The law (AB 74) was signed by Governor Wilson April 15, and its provisions continue in effect until June 30, 1999. the original law was enacted to help the state meet federal requirements to recieve high- way funds. It was repealed March 1. Animal Shelter open Sunday noon-3p.m. The Healdsburg Animal Shel- ter is now open Sundays from noon to 3 p.m. and the adoption areas will be open at 10 a.m. Monday through Saturday. The shelter office is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with the adop- tion areas closing shortly after 4 p.r. The office is closed Mon- day. The Shelter is located at 570 Westside Road, Healdsburg. Telephone 431-3386. SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 4-10, Igg7 REMEMBER FATHERS r C L O V E R D A L E " Is Ju.E 1sT, t x_ j i The Best Drugstore in Town iN |A| el| 25.40Z CASCADE DISHWASHER G=n=RENT POWDER OR LIOUI GEL 50 OZ Regular or Lemon liND IIIIUN @=- c: 2 PLY 4 ROLL WHITE OR ASST. LIMIT 2 1 2| PURCHASES PERIl, DIET PERIl, CAFFilNI! FEll DlUT PERIl OR IIIOUNTAIN DIN 2 LITER KERN'B FRUIT NlCrAII 11.50Z ASSORTED 2/Sl PERIl, DIET pmRII, JBFIIN! Fill DIET |11 ilOIIIffilN 11111 12 PACK 12 OZ CANS +CRV GREAT OUTDOOR VALUES! IIAflO IIIBI ASSORTED PATTERNS (#OO094, #OOO95, #00O96) PliJUnl r gmlj. UNmN WITH  (#7oo9) OBClMJII BaBE PAN 3 SPEED, 16" WITH WHITE BLADES (#01413) riuiiilmilii I =r/o,=, I If.I. i|i i i ; ..... ASbTO. STYLES F EATURING CLARITY BY CABLE CAR (im.umm RAYIM COUPON RIQ'O, NO IJKr llllllllliBBII NICNIIIJB BBllll 6PACK 12OZ ASSORTED BOTTLES S+V IIIIIA NUA PALE ALE, 6 PACK 12 OZ BOTTtS PNININ ;,u ACTIVE SPF-15 OR 30; SENSITIVE SPF-15 OR 29; OR MOISTURIZING SPF.46, 40Z; OR NEW KIDS SPRAY SPF-23 OR SU.NB(QK F-21,3.50Z crlrlmnlLnJt ida ww _ m mid MlUNL 61UlEY'll VODKA 1.75 LITER t.75 LITER Long Drug Invites You to WIN a Trip for 4 to Disnyland via Amtrack! DOUBLtT&[[ Round Trip 1st Class Accommodations on Amtrack for four persons 2 Nights of Sweet Dreams at the Double Tree Hotel Nalonal Mid,size Car Rental 4 Disneyland Passes trak  into the EnW ex z Code i .......  I I lclpaUng   belch ,,,,i I n 10PMTuuday, June 10, '97 L.__..'..-...'." ..... I L ..R ==.= _ _ ..._== ._._ _ _ ._ .= _ _. _. _. == i-- -- ---. -- ....:J