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Clo verda le ve,&apos;lle Olle 18, 1980 Volume 102 No. 25 I Section 18 Pages 20 cents ke stops at Spring up by Santa Rosa Union early honored by thus causing all project members of the Contractors in California Saturday a new master is according to represen- Counties District Union. issues have not as yet been settled, but the union expects no problems in those areas once a contract language agreement is reached, Henderson said. Fred Bngsrud, secretary-treasurer of Local 751 said late Monday afternoon that no new negotiations have been scheduled for this week. "We are ready to meet", he said, "but nothing has been scheduled so far." In addition to the dam, other projects affected by the strike include the Geysers in Lake County, the new Santa Rose fire house on Sonoma Ave., and an addition at the Santa Rosa Hewiett Packard plant. City Council of interest adopted interest code and era- making power the Cloverdale by the Prepared by City applies to the lUperintendont of superintendent police chief, planning con- and recreation Covered by the asset discloma-e and sent to terms of the Peugh was ' officer for the VOLlVlREMI " Council members adopted regulations on the retirement of volunteer firemen that were proposed by the Redwood Empire Municipal Insurance Fund. The new rules require volunteer firemen to have an annual medical exam at city expense at age 50 and over. A mandatory retirement age isset at 65. RECREATION COMMISSION Jane Barnhart submitted her resignatio:t as student representative to the Park and Recreation Commission. Barnhart, a Cloverdale High School senior, will attend college this fall. The council appointed Truda Hicks as her replacement. Elaine Zagorites was appointed as alternate commission representative. the city's new and map was of City Attorney postponement of the the ordinance for lengthy or- in newspaper the ordinance in the Reveille, a part of the map specifies Commercial and city. recelved by the lack of City and custodian oftbe league, told the experienced a lgle of the local also com- during organizing its earlier this Lagle to Courteous with parking for park was It future will now issue" of large need to drive supplies. on authorized ALLEY CHANGE Abandonment of a city owned alley between East and Main Streets near Good Shepherd Church was approved by the council. The alley property will be deeded to adjoining property owners. CONSTRUCTION PAYMENT A $19,939 final payment to Da/zeli Corp., Oakland, was approved for construction of the city's new wastewater treatment plant. The construction company has been paid in installments for progress work at the plant. These three lovely ladies, joined by a dozen more outstanding dancers-all members of the Theatre of Ballet of San Francisco, will present a full concert at the Geyser Peaks Arts Festival ou June 28. Pictured here are Maria Balagot, Susanna Ramirez and Haildi Mhmhen. Planners grant use permit r building addition faced with diagonal redwood paneling similar to that used in the nearby Shop 'N Save. Conditions of the use permit for the market call for a minimum of four marked parking spaces. Commissioners adjourned last Wednesday's special meeting to their regular meeting on July 2. Design review plans and a use permit to allow a small grocery market at Marty's Texaco, 690 S. Cloverdale Blvd., were approved last week during a brief, special meeting of the Cioverdale Planning Commission. The exterior of the service station, owned by Marty McKinney, will be :.:- :i:! :::: i:i:i ii!i i:i:i :::: /i!i: !i!i: 00ii! ii!il !!!! iili .  2.:. :::: ii!i ii!! 00iii ili The wenther was sunny and warm for the "First First though exhibitors were few, theee parfleipaa-g seemed to iii :::: Street b Fah'e" 8tmhy. Atteadance was good, aud be enjoying themselves, iii! iii ::.:......,.., ........... .............,............,.................:............ ..................................................... :i: .*/v//.vvvv./v/vv/vvv.:y:y.:::::.:.:.>..::::=============================================================================:<..Z:: Resource Council to meet The Resource Council will meet on June 23, 1980 at 7:30 p.m. in the dinning room at King's Valley. All members of the Council should attend. Any in- terested community members are always invited to attend any of the Council meetings. A project has been suggested and this will be the topic of the evenings meeting. If you have any questions, please contact Roseann McEntee at 894-2760 or Lou Thompson at 894-3670. i!i County Fair opens July 7 Entrants are preparing livestock, preserved foods, artwork and thousands of other items for the 1980 Sonoma County Fair which opens July 7 for 13 days at the Santa Rosa fairgrounds. The fair is a week early this year according to Ignazio VeUa, fair manager, ahd will revert to mid-July again in 1981. Tickets are already on sale for the three major shows to be presented this year. Open night multi-talented Jose' Feliciano entertains vocally and with his guitar; Thursday, July I0, Loretta Lynn, the "coal Miner's Daughter," appears; and on July 17 Tom T. Hall, another Nashville star, performs. For tickets or further information, stop by the fair administration building or phone 545-4200. Geyser Peak Arts Festival begins June 21 Geyser Peak Arts Festival will present a six weekend series of events at Geyser Peak Winery from June 21 through July 27. Showcas|ng the performing arts, the festival will include music, drama, dance and comedy. The schedule in- eludes: June 21-San Francisco Brown Bag Opera; June 22-Duck's Breath Mystery theatre; June 28-Theatre Ballet of San Francisco; June 2940 be announced; July 4-Doc Watson and Merle Watson; July 5-Barry Sullivan and Jenny Sullivan; July 6-Kronos String Quartet; July 12-Festival Chamber Orchestra; July 13-Mimi Farina-Theklezmorim; July 19-Pat Paulsen; July 20-The Lamplighters; July 26-Bay Area Dance Showcase and July 27-Festival of Bands, including jazz, bluegrass and country music. Located 15 minutes south of Cloverdale on Highway I01, take Canyon Road exit to Geyser Peak Winery in Geyserville. Follow the signs to Festival Grove. Continued om page 7 June Deadlines on tax calendar The Month of June, like the month of April, has several important deadlines on the Federal tax calendar. Monday, June 16, is the deadline to file income tax returns for individual income taxpayers who applied for the automatic two-month extension of time to file before the traditional April 15 deadline. Extensions beyond the automatic two-month extension which expires on Monday are granted only for very good reasons. Any amount of tax which remains outstanding should be included with the return. June 16 is also the deadline this year for individuals to pay the second in- stallment of their 1980 estimated taxes. In addition, corporations expecting tax liabilities of at least $40 for 1980 and operating on a calendar year tax basis must make a payment of 1980 estimated tax by the close of business on June 16. The amount of the payment can be computed on Form l120-W, a worksheet for computing corporation estimated tax. This form should not be filed with the IRS; it should be kept with the corporation's records. When the payments are deposited in authorized commercial banks or Federal Reserve Banks, they must be accompanied by Federal Tax Deport Form 503, the Internal Revenue Service notes. Social Secui-ity taxes, withheld in- come taxes on employee's com- pensation and withheld income taxes on gambling winnings must be deposited if these taxes total $200 or more but less than $2,000 as of May 31. reQ WEATHER DATE HI LOW RAIN June 9 89 54 June l0 80 50 June 11 77 45 June 12 78 45 June 13 75 49 June 14 84 49 June 15 89 51 Rainfall to dale This year Last Year .92 34.97 i