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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA • WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 -- Page 3 O POLICE LOG CONT. o FIRE Mustang speeding down S. Clover- dale Blvd. 7:48 p.m. Report of a large group of men drinking beer at the City Park. Friday, June 17 1:20 a.m. Caller on S. Cloverdale Blvd. reports an unknown male subject is knocking on her door. Of- ricer warned and advised subject. 8:23 a.m. Caller reports she hit a water pump on private property. 9:03 a.m. Officer out at Clover- dale Oaks Inn for a dog tied up in the sun. 10:44 a.m. Public Works reports a male subject is yelling obscenities and just urinated in the plants in the Plaza. Officer warned and ad- vised the subject who was waiting for the bus. 10:59 a.m. Report of an aban- doned vehicle parked on Hot Springs Rd. 11:00 a.m. Officer requests an ambulance for a 28 year old female with medical issues, who was driv- ing on a suspended license. Subject was cited. 12:30 p.m. Officer out with a sub- ject who was driving on a suspend- ed license. 12:35 p.m. Officer out on N. Clo- verdale Blvd. with a female subject who fell off her bike. 6:09 p.m. Caller requests an offic- er at Pick's Drive-In for a suspicious male subject who is loitering and bothering patrons. 7:32 p.m. Report of a runaway fe- male patient who has been located at a local restaurant is refusing to return to the facility with them. Of- ficer reports the matter was re- solved. 7:50 p.m. Caller requests an offic- er check the welfare of a 20 month old baby on Grace Ct. 8:11 p.m. Citizen reports one of her neighbors assaulted her this af- ternoon. 9:33 p.m. Officer out on Levee Rd. for a suspicious occupied vehicle. 10:05 p.m. Caller on N. Jefferson St. reports he locked the gate his friend's residence and left a light on inside and now the gate is open and FIRE CALLS Monday, June 13 Report of a fully involved vehicle fire on N. Hwy. 101 at Zanzi Ln. Fire was extinguished and the vehi- cle was towed. Medical aid on Cherry Creek for a male subject feeling ill. • Medical aid on Dina St. for a fe- male f., Tuesday, June 14 Public assist for a child locked in a vehicle in front of CVS. Medical aid for a nine month old infant who was choking. Medical aid for an 86 year old female fall victim. Public assist on Hardister for a dog fight. Wednesday, June 15 Structure fire on Old Redwood Hwy. Train tunnel wood structure on fire. Fire was partially extin- guished. Company representatives were notified and plans to repair the tunnel are in progress. Agency assist for a missIng three year old child on Alana Way. Child was found. Thursday, June 16 Smoke check on Old Redwood Hwy. for smoke coming from the train tunnel. 500 gallons of water were used. Tunnel was unsafe to enter. Medical aid N. Main St. for a 19 year old male with a head injury. Friday, June 17 Public assist on Banderia Way for a battery change in a smoke detec- tor. Medical aid on Healdsburg Ave. for a 90 year old female fall victim. Saturday, June 18 Medical aid on Cherry Creek Rd. for a female with low blood sugar. Medical aid on Asti Rd. for a tran- sient laying down in the roadway. Medical aid on Blair St. for a fe- male feeling dizzy. Medical aid on Ell St. for a fe- male having cardiac problems. Sunday, June 19 Medical aid on Grape Gables for a female subject who could not feel her legs. Medical aid on Theresa Dr. for a transient laying waiting for the bus. Public assist for the removal of a rattlesnake from a garage on Ranch House Dr. the light is off. 10:24 p.m. Officer out with four subjects on bikes on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 10:28 p.m. Report of loud music at the airport. 10:48 p.m. Report of very loud music on Ioli Ranch Cir. 10:51 p.m. Report of lots of toilet paper in the trees from Furber onto William Cir. 11:10 p.m. Report of a suspicious subject in the Ray's Parking lot. 11:37 p.m. Report of a loud party on S. Foothill Blvd. Saturday, June 18 12:18 a.m. Report of loud music coming from Cafe Nitro. Music was turned down upon request. 2:13 a.m. Report of a group of subject talking loudly and walking in and out of the street on St. John PI. 2:19 a.m. Officer out with a sub- ject laying in the roadway on S. Foothill Blvd. Officer reports the subject had been drinking and transported him home. 10:55 a.m. Caller from a local sa- lon reports a female subject that came into the salon may have sto- len her sunglasses. 11:01 a.m. Citizen reports an old- er male subject is removing clothes and spreading garbage in the Plaza. Officer warned and advised subject who was on his way to Arizona to visit family. 1:43 p.m. Report of an older male subject sitting in front of a market on S. Cloverdale Blvd. wearing box- er shorts and drinking beer. Officer warned and advised subject. 2:56 p.m. Officer out with the male subject from the previous call who is now sunbathing at the fire house. Officer escorted subject to the south end of town. 4:19 p.m. Report of a partially clothed man in the roadway on Asti Rd. Officer reports it is the subject from previous two calls. Subject was warned and advised again. 6:35 p.m. Caller reports a male subject either sleeping or passed out in the bushes near the north- bound Hwy. 101 on ramp. 8:36 p.m. Report of three brothers fighting on Oakbrook Ln. Officer issued a citation. 9:00 p.m. Report of a 14 year old male in a possible physical distur- bance with his parents on Vista View Dr. 9:01 p.m. Caller on Healdsburg Ave. reports a disturbance between a father and son. Report taken. 11:04 p.m. Report of a group of people drinking and making lots of noise on Clark Ave. Officer issued dtations. : " Sunday, June 19 12:52 a.m. Report of loud people in the garage of a house on S. Foot- hill Blvd. 6:28 a.m. Citizen reports her 35 year old daughter who left for a celebration at the Dante at 9 p.m. the previous night had not come home. 8:29 a.m. Report of very loud mu- sic coming from an apartment on N Cloverdale Blvd. 10:l:a:m, Report of a subject on a bicycle, weaving in and out. o.f. tr.af- fic on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 7:41 p.m. Caller requests an offic- er check the welfare of an elderly male subject "that she: saw fall on S. Foothill Blvd. 9:24 p.m. Report of a couple en- gaging in sexual activity at Vintage Meadows Park. 9:52 p.m. 911 caller reports his wife who has taken a bunch of pills, tried to cut him and his daughter and is now locked in the bathroom cutting herself. 10:25 p.m. Report of loud music on Railroad Ave. CONT. the fire of oxygen and eventually smother it. Blackmon noted that tunnel fires can be "long and drawn out." The tunnel near the First Street ceme- tery in Cloverdale caught fire sev- eral ye.ars ago and lasted for months, he said. Smoke may remain visible off and on to passing motorist on Highway 101 and residents of the area. Blackmon said the tunnel structure is expected to continue to bum for at least a week until the fire is smothered by the lack of air. The tunnel has not been used since railroad services stopped over 10 years ago. The tunnel is 1,800 feet long and was originally built in 1898. It was refurbished in 1969 and used up until 1997 when train trav- el ceased because the train tracks to the north in the Eel River canyon have become unusable as a result of landslides and weather related damage. The cause of the fire is still being investigated. Oal Wednesday, fire persdnhel respdnded !o the burning railroad tunneJ.; rt ' " h of Cloverdale. Smoke billowed from the tunnel causing many people tOcall in the fire. Photo coudy O f the Clovetdale Fire Protection District and Fire. , ,. ,',  BUSIN "" "-- " CONT. the program. In the meantime, the duction of City of Cloverdale approved a new economic development plan that included the Micro Enterprise program. The city went a step further and obtained federal funding through the Sonoma County Community Development Commission that will leverage the Wells Fargo and Bank of America money, sustaining the program through June 2012. "Since none of us speak Span- ish," said Bob Cox, one of the three CAFI members and like Russell a member of the City Council, "an important challenge for us was reaching the Latino community, which is nearly 40% of our population." The three men approached Father Thomas Devereaux, Pastor of St. Peter's, knowing that the parish had a large Latino congregation. "Father Devereaux knew about Micro Enterprise and was willing to help," said Cox. Devereaux put CAPE together with George Ortiz, founder and retired CEO of California Human Development Corporation, a Santa Rosa-based nonprofit that has long worked with Latino families throughout northern Ca/iforrda. Ortiz met with some of the leadership of the local Latino congregation and convinced them to give CAFI's initiatives a chance. "That got the ball rolling for us," said Cox. "George has continued to advise us and it was because of his involvement that we were able to get a grant from Wells Fargo. That grant was important because it was the first fundIng for actual services." Building on the momen- tum created by Ortiz, CAFI has been able to attract bi-lingual volunteers Rosie Rocha and Andrea Sanchez to conduct the outreach and promotion to the local Latino community. "Our ability to access federal grant money really had a lot to do with County Supervisor Mike McGuire," said Rich Cowart, another of the three CAFl mem- bers. "He met with us while still Supervisor-elect and set up a meeting with County staff, and we were able to have a discussion about use of Community Develop- ment Block Grant funds." As CAFI moved toward Garage sale benefit for Cloverdale Dog Park Once again garage sale fever is in full swing. There are treasures to be had, you are invited to go hunting. You'll have the opportunity to go treasure hunting at a garage sale this Saturday, June 25 at 201 North Washington Street from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you have items you would like to donate, please call Stephanie at 894- 5692. You can drop them off or arrangements can be made to pick them up. Mark your calendar and happy hunting. You are thanked for your on- going support. -Stephanie Krusze Business After Hours mixer Thursday, June 30 CUSD CONT. June's Business After Hours mixer will take place next Thursday, June 30 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. It is being hosted by Roxanne Kolbe and Susan Kolbe, owners of Auberge on the Vineyard, which was known as the Shelford House Inn at the comer of Crocker Road and River Road. All area business people are invited to attend and there is no admission charge but you are asked to bring business cards both for the raffle and for networking. You are also welcome to bring promotional material from your business to share with others. The evening's featured wine pourers are Tim Ward and his Bob Dog wines and Hudson Street Winery from Healdsburg. I -rr00l James F. DeMartini, Esq. Paula S. Hall, Esq. Micro Enterprise meet with local n0nprofits , ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW "Cloverdale's Full Service Law Firm" • LIVING TRUSTS, WILLS, POWER OF ATTORNEY • EMPLOYMENT LAW & DISPUTE MEDIATION • BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE • DIVORCE, SUPPORT, CUSTODY • PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION • COLLABORATIVE FAMILY LAW AND MEDIATION D.v, opment into Cloverdale, it distribute flyers/and act as . y.. ,. . . tc on what zt considered to be support staff for our service related projects--providing free providers and bilingual volun- income tax preparation as the north teers," added Wagele. county site for United Way'sVITA Anyone interested in httending a program and working with . .... ' Workshop or receiving "mdividual- WestAmerica Bank to offer Sevdral '.'i ized consulting shoul d contact workshops in personal budb,Cin. " either Jim Wagele at 894-0971 or All services are provided in both Robert Ramirez of West Company English and Spanish. "CAFI.'s at 467-5922. vision from the beginning has been Submitted by Jim Wagele, 894- that financial health of families and 0971, jwagele@comcast.net loses most students when they get to Washington School and part of the reason could be that the school is so unattractive. The district has sold $8 million out of the $17 million in bonds ap- proved by voters. The district has three years to spend the first $8 mil- lion. In other business the board heard a report from Superintendent Clau- dia Frandsen on a recent budget study session. An increase in fur- lough days for administrators, with no increase in salary was approved; use of all federal ARRA funds that expire Sept. 30, 2011 was also ap- proved. This will ensure full use of 'all these funds and will permit a clearer analysis of on-going deficit spending in the 2011-12 budget, ac- cording to Frandsen; reduction of lottery allocation to site budgets and use of lottery funds for an on- going technology budget. Sites have been paying for some of these costs; technology management will , i'i'.'i'..'.' i i b  centralized. One last recommeh- '.' ','?'-,v ' dation is to develop sitebad ' " management for costs that occur at the site. ; :! i " ' ,. Ruth Karlsrud, thedistrict'S i terim Chief Business .Officer,; ex;, plained that th 'district w!as prepared for the most recent bu£ get issues at the state level She said the district had budgeted based=on a "worst case scenario," assuming the tax extensions would not be ap- proved. The district had to budget • based on $349 less:money per stu- dent • than last year, and, as Karlsrud pointed out, $1300 less than four years ago. ('The county gave us some very good direction on this," Superintendent Frandsen concluded. 115 West First Street • Cloverdale, California (707) 894-5000 www.cloverdalelaw.com communities is part of their overall health. The services being broughtl i' l DAY N IG HI" MVEcoNT. to Cloverdale are all related fo at i:', ,m, m i.. vision," said Cowart. ' • " ' ' ' " ":"" ' " "We found many local people and organizations willing to help, 'r said Jim Wagele, the third member of CAF. "Besides Westamerica, we found Redwood Credit Union, Furber Development, the Chamber of Commerce, St. Peter's and Ray's to be very valuable partners, and Wallace House, the Food Pantry and the local ESL class have provided us with access to possible participants. Carmen Myers did an incredible job of reaching Latino families and introducing CAFI to countywide resources." The day-to-day work of CAPt"s three members is a combinat;in' o ; ' bh grassroots aCtivities and:lg:::3 lo6ktl;lg outside the local corrn 'a ty for possible partners to bring resources to Cloverdale. "General- ly, we see CAFI as a catalyst, not a dit provider of services. We iden a need and then find a : provid'erl We assist by facili!atin' i and promoting the services,' said  Wagele. "We speak at service clubs, no! won the East Bay Express Best Band award in their 2009 Best of the Bay issue; the band has also re- ceived an SF Music Award for Best World Music band.'For more infor- mation on the band, visit www.albinoband.com Friday Night Live is produced by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance with underwriting support from the City of Cloverdale and a number of generous local businesses and win- ery sponsors. The Albino! concert is underwritten in part by Ace Hardware. Winery sponsors are Reynoso Family Vineyards and Long Gama Cellars. Major sponsors for the 2011 series are Furber De- velopment, A&M Satellite/Dish Network, Lagunitas Brewing Com- pany, Coors Light, Hopland Sho- Ka-Wah Casino and Real Goods Solar. For more information visit www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org or call 894-4410. -Elissa Morrash LAW OFFICE ........ 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