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) PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA ............ .  ..... . ....   ............ . ........ . ..   .......... i Monday, June 14 12:46 a.m. Officer cited a subject on S. Cloverdale Blvd. for a war- rant. 6:55 a.m. Caller reports a broken window sometime overnight at Washington School. Report taken. 8:15 a.m. Report of a reckless driver in the area of S. Main St. 9:49 a.m. Caller reports the theft of the girls bathroom sign at Vin- tage Meadows Park. 10:40 a.m. Caller on Cherry Creek Rd. reports theft of items from vehi- cle. Report taken. 1:39 p.m. Caller on Port Cir. re- ports a subject may be dumping trash illegally. Officer contacted two subjects who were associated with the property owner. Subjects checked OK. 1:54 p.m. Caller reports her purse was stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at the Cloverdale Cem- etery. Report taken. 2:21 p.m. Citizen requests to speak with an officer regarding sus- picious phone calls. Advice given. 3:36 p.m. Caller requests advice regarding his juvenile daughter who will be returning home next month. Advice given. 7:37 p.m. Caller on Portofino Way reports a verbal disturbance with his neighbor. Neighbor called to re- port subject spit on her because she was video taping him putting up an illegal fence. Officer reports matter is a civil issue. Advice given. 7:47 p.m. Citizen reports vandal- ism to his vehicle. Report taken. 8:16 p.m. Caller reports being ha- rassed by a subject at a local gas station. 9:52 p.m. Caller on Railroad Ave. reports a 13 year old female having problems with her mother. Matter was resolved. 10:38 p.m. Caller on N. Clover- dale Blvd. reports there is a bird stuck between his ceiling and the apartment floor above him and it is making so much noise he can&apos;t sleep. Caller states the landlord was Frank Howard Allen Realtors Featured 00rty:, Hopland Development Potential 6.17+/- acres for sale, with approved tentative map for four lots. Water hookups have been purchased. Ideally suited to live on property and develop the parcels when desired. Call for more details. hopland-development.com $689,000 Private Retreat with Vineyard Spectacular 160+/- acres w/30+/- acres planted in premium grapes. pond, bldg sites & viewsl sonornaroyale.com $2,300,000 Full-Time Home, Vacation Rental or B&B 5 bedroom home with 2 addt'l units, fabulous yard, inground pool & spa. Tastefully upgraded w/large veranda for outdoor living. 435cloverdale.com $1,270,000 Soak in the Views Custom built home on 11. 6+/- acres w/spacious great rm, upgraded kitchen, barn, workshop and large deck to take in big view 31000,oine mountaln.com $899,000 Remodeled Home on Private Lane Charming home on a large parcel, close to downtown. 3 bedrooms, spacious great rm, game rm, patio, deck & room for a pool! hideawayinwine country.corn $458,000 GRANtIE HALL In the Path of Progress The busiest corner in Cloverdalei Lot + existing retail building on .51+/- acre. Prime visibility across from Thyme Square development. cloverdalecorner.com $45o,ooo Del Webb Delight! Immaculate single level home in Clover Springs 55+ community. LR w/fplc, Irg DR, spacious kitchen & office. Covered rear patio. 209creekside street.com $399,000 Serving the Cloverdale Community since 1879 Temperatures Low June 14 95 54 June 15 90 51 June 16 89 52 June17 87 60 June 18 87 49 June19 78 49 June 20 84 50 Rainfall YTD 50.38" -- Last YTD 27.13 Data from Cloverdale Fire, Dept. , o supposed to take care Of this prob- lem today and did not. 10:43 p.m. Caller on S. Clover- dale Blvd. reports a loud party and that they are unable to sleep be- cause of it. Subjects were arrested for :being under the influence of a controlled substance. 11i06 p.m. Caller reports a female subject parked at the bottom of Lake St. is yelling obscenities as people pass on Asti Rd. 11:08 p.m. Caller reports the back door to the Fellowship Hall is open. Officer secured building. Tuesday, June 15 12:19 a.m. Officer assisted a Sono- ma County Sheriff with a traffic stop. 1:15 a.m. Officer out on S. Clover- dale Blvd. for a bicycle in the road- way: 5:41' a.m. Caller on Muscat Dr. re- portsher recycle can was stolen sometime last night. Caller states SomeOne is always messing with her yard ornaments but nothing has ever been stolen until now. Officer fourid the can a block away. Matter Was' resolved. 9:38 a.m. CHP reports a possible dl"unl< driver. Vehicle is now t0pped at AVRMC. "' 10:43 a.m. Caller on N. Clover- dale Blvd. reports a large red gar- bage cans with cans in it was taken fr0m his property last night. 11:22 a.m. Caller reports a large "amoimt Of graffiti along a retaining wall on Hot Springs. Report taken. 12:49 p.m. Caller reports suspi- cious activity involving his vehicle that was sent to a restoration com- pany nine years ago. Advice gtven., "25VlS.fti. ' :Caller 'ola,King Cir. re- ests tO speak to an officer regard- ::'a theft that occured. Report ker/. 3:32 p.m. Caller reports a tran- sient loitering in front of Ray's Food Place. Officer moved subject along. 7:53 p.m. 911 transfer from CHP reports a subject is following a pos- sible drunk driver. Officer reports subject was not drunk. 10:48 p.m. Citizen requests offic- er's assistance with his ex-girlfriend regarding his six month old daugh- ter. Matter was resolved. Wednesday, June 16 8:34 a.m. Caller reports he ob- Presented by Jeff and Tina Tate BAD VIBES! When drivers discern vibrating noises in their vehicles, the source can be difficult to trace since the automobile has rotating parts from front to back and vibrations can travel the length of the vehicle. One of the potential sources of this irritating problem rests with the engine mounts that are de- signed to isolate engine vibrations from the automobile frame. The mounts usually consist of rubber sandwiched between metal plates with studs that are bolted to the engine and the frame of the vehicle. Upon close inspection, it may be revealed that cracks or separation in the mount have led to failure of this component. Once the integrity of the engine mount has been compromised, replacement is nec- essary. HINT: A failed engine mount can sound like the vibration noise is coming from the middle or rear of the vehicle. we we Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, located at 2t0 So. Cloverdale Blvd., Downtown Cloverdale 707.894-1072 From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille Through the Years . Matters that are More or Less of Interest , By Joyce Mann i t June 20, 1885 125 years ago From Local Items: Green corn is selling at twenty cents a dozen. Yotmg quail are very numerous in this vicinity. Haying is about over. The crop has turned out better than was expected. Regular old-fashioned excursion and basket picnic to Healdsburg on the 24 th. Round trip tickets only $1.00 A Social Ben-Ben Hop is to be given on the evening of the Fourth of July in Union Hall by Coe's Orchestra. The Oat Valley school house is finished. It presents a fine appearance, and is a credit to the people of the valley. A cloudburst occurred on upper Sulphur Creek just below Geyser Springs Hotel last Friday evening. The creek rose twelve feet in a few minutes. June 23, 1960 - 50 years ago: City Council heard a progress report on the proposed airport. The' proposed airport site is directly east of Dickinson Lumber Company, on the west side of the Russian River and on the east side of the railroad tracks. The runway would be 75 feet wide and 2600 feet long. There was a discussion about what governmental body would take care of the acquisi- tion of the site. The definite limits of the airport site had not been determined as yet. There are about four or five poperty owners whose land would be affected. Mail service to patrons on the Geyser Star Route has been changed. The Star Route carri- er now leaves the Cloverdale Post Office at 8 a.m. and ar- rives at the Big Geysers at 9:30 a.m., returning to the post office at 10:30 a.m. Patrons on the new mail schedule receive all incoming mail on the same day of arrival at Clover- dale. June 26, 1985 - 25 years ago: Mayor Pell has decided to spearhead a committee of local residents to clean up the Cloverdale cemetery. Citizen complaints, particularly from those with relatives buried there, have been coming in for months, but the City is not in a financial position to handle the problem. Volunteers are needed to clear out the underbrush. Another problem at the ceme- tery, vandals - probably teenagers who regularity knock down head- stones and generally desecrate the graves. It was suggested that a mobile home be installed, with a caretaker, just inside the front gate to prevent the vandalism. A 140 megawatt plant, which is expected to be open by 1988, has been approved for Pacific Gas & Electric Co. The plant will generate enough electricity for 140,000 households. It is expected to cost $210 million. PG&E has two other plants at the Geysers which are expected to go into Operation this fall. With the new one, this brings to 20 the number of plants the utility operates at the Geysers. served subjects pushing a vehicle to a residence on Clark Ave. two days ago. The vehicle does not have cur- rent registration, and caller would like it removed. Officer reports ve- hicle was cited and willbe towed in 24 hrs. ....... >PLEASE TURN TO. PAGE: My Daddy Found A Hearing Solution. VOU tAN TOOl MENDOClNO, ILAKE AUDIOLOGY UKIAH 756 S. Dora St. 463-2966 WlNNI THE POOH WINNIE AND HIS FRIENDS, ON STAGE LIVE. YOU'Ll. ,FALL IN LOVE AGAIN WITH THAT UTTL=EBEAR VVITH THE SHALL BRAIN AND BIG HEART. 11:00 AM PRESENTE) BY WRITTEN BY1 PROOUCED BY SPEC TICKETS: ! 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