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June 11, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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June 11, 1980

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Wednesday, June 11, 1980 - Page 3 The first First Street- Street Faire first Frist Street- Faire is to take place Saturday, June PRh in First Street and the City of have agreed to the closure of the Cloverdale Blvd. to auto traffic 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Par- in the Faire will set @their displays on the street .a.e First Street-Street F will feature fine arts Zl eraflwork done by local .ists who will exhibit and their work Sculpture, =Ral. ry, paintings, pinwheels =at! handmade musical in- struments are among the works of art to be seen and enjoyed. Music, performed on in- struments locally crafted and played by their designer, as well as demonstrations of different styles of Folk Dancing will be presented; Faire-goers are invited to join in the fun! The first Frist Street- Street Faire is also a first- time event of its kind for Cloverdale. Everyone is invited to come out and help us make this a successful community event. For in- formation about the Faire, call Anita at 894-5808 between 10:30 and 5:00. job faire people the 4th job faire at the Building , Job Faire Open to job with Disabled Veteran Representative at E.D.D. and one of the principle organizers of the Faire. Congdon also said "with forty-two employers and organizations at the Faire, the 700 job seekers saved an estimated total of $17,500 in gasoline and transportation costs. ' ' People came from as far away as San Jose, Sacramento, San Francisco, and Eureka to attend the Job Faire. I was impressed with the attendence and interests in the workshops," said Tim Hodenfield, Job Faire chairman. "We bad expected people to drift in and out of the workshops but they came early and stayed to ask follow-up questions," he said. Best Attendance First-grader Vickie Caldweli smiles as her teacher, Mrs. Giusso presents her with a trophy for best attendance during the school year tshe was absent just two times). Vickie received the award on the last day of school at Wilmarth's Scandia Restaurant, where Mr. Wilmarth treated her class to a breakfast of strawberry pancakes. FHA emergency loans available that each lVed ap- D.5,0oo in one- at the Congdon, Stover Emergency loans are now Inc., available through Farmers Man- Home Administration of tFmHA) to farmers and and Jim ranchers in Sonoma County. Job Those who need farm credit to recover from losses to crops or property as a result of the torrential rains, strong winds and flooding that oc- curred between January 1, 1980 and February 25, 1980 may contact the Farmers HKOME Administration office at 777 Sonoma Ave., Rm 212, Santa Rosa,, CA. Applications for assistance with physical and production losses in Sonoma County will be accepted until December 31, 1983. Funds may be used to buy fetid, livestock, seed, fer- tilizer or to meet interest and depreciation payments on current real estate and chattel debts. Beyond actual losses, other loans can be made for annual operating expenses or to make major adjustments in a farming operal ion. Loans covering actual losses will be made at an interest rate of 5 percent at terms consistent with the applicant's ability to repay. Loans above actual losses for annual operating expenses or major adjustments will be made at 14 percent. To be eligible, the applicant musl have suffered sub- stantial ossses in the above disaster and be unable to receive credit from other sources Loans will only be made to recognized farmers, farm partnerships, cor- p)raiions or cooperatives in which Ihe majority interest has U.S. cilizenship. lerk's Corner (f). In addition to all other signs allowed herein, a free- Plan- standing sign identifying a City, commercial development or people retail center shall be allowed in any "C" (commercial of district). Total area of such section sign may exceed two hundred follows.- t200) square feet for each any "C" acre of site, to a maximum of (now four hundred (400) square f a r e - feet. Such signs shall be and "M" located not closer than one (signs hundred (100) feet to the side stated in a or rear proper(y line of any (signs adjoining lot in any "B" permitted District. Design of all signs With the allowed under this Section shall be approved by the Planning Commission. (g). Flashing or scin- tillating signs shall not be. allowed in any District. (h). A sign not exceeding lhirty4wo (32) square feet in area for the advertising of the sale of a subdivision may be displayed on the site of the subdivision, upon the securing of a Use Permit for the erection of such. signs. A building permit will be required if valuation exceeds $250. Currently there is no charge for such a sign per- mit. Hopefully this will ,'emain so in the future. Well, Ihere it is! Not very exciting to read, but this is sure necessary for the beauty of the City. We sure wouldn't want our nice little town to look like the Vegas strip By the way, First National Bank and Joe's, you're looking really good with your remodeling and paint jobs. Keep up the good work!! Don't know about you, but I'm sure praying for some warm weather. See you next week ! shall not klUare feet nor one feet in Premises. having a than the area em two single- w (4) area on r every rontage; I area of or place :exceed zqUare feet nor two :raises. l having Ige, the ge shall of sign section. forLditional* |1 on aiVidualtetlof publiCareasign(10)the Iafl I ;; ! parking sign is bythe of bfa wall without Je area 0=ca by rlude images e roof tiding, don of anthe dpart ,- '=. Pho.r X 611 tO 624 ndividual a public additional ', the area the roof or paved I I II II I I w P.G.&E. ostorners to enjoy refund in June Customers of Pacific Gas and Electric Company are getting a break on their hal ural gas and electric bills this month. The break is in the form of refunds to customers totaling approximalely $75.5 million. The refunds will be shown as credits on most customer bills in June. The average refund per residential customer will be $6.78 for natural gas and $1.35 for electricity. The refund stems from a 1979 California Supreme Court decision that over- turned a 1977 California Public Utilities Commission order. In that order, the CPUC directed that refunds made to PG&E primarily from its Southwest gas supplier, be applied to offset fulure rate increases rather than be passed on directly to cuslomers, as had been done previously in similar cases. A number of large customers who had switched Io allernale fuels objected, saying the CPUC order deprived them of the benefits of refunds to which they were entitled. The Supreme Court ultimately supported their position The total amount reflects the money actually refunded to PG&E plus interest ac- cumulated on those funds since they were received. Generally, the formula for determining the amount of the refund per household is based on the total energy use during the previous 12 months a customer has oc- cupied a dwelling. The electric refund reflects the refund to PG&E for gas purchased as fuel for its electric generation plants. Refunds also will be made to PG&E's steam customers in San Francisco, based on the cost of gas burned to produce the steam during the period for which the supplier refunds applied. I Senior Citizens Join Our SKUNK TRAIN TRIP Leaving Cloverdale 11:30 am Thurs., June 26 .1700 Call: Jo Beach, Far Horizens Trvl. 894-5284 Cadillac Slippers Jus, s 1 1 00Men $1 0 OF...00F 109 E. First St., Cloverdale 894-5809 I Solve t he t \\; p > / ./ Cloverda',e MERCHANT MYSTERY Saturday Ju ne 21st You Could be the Winner of s4Oi I)'n'r'z" ,. S00,e Contest Rule s _ Next Week l " .... ' . ...... Cloverdale Merchants' Association