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PAGE 10 -- THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2015 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL CORNER Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents"Medley" runs through July 16. 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. City of Cloverdale presents a FREE Drought Landscape Workshop "Design for Less Lawn" on Thursday, July 9, 3-4:30 p.m. at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Open Mic Nights continue at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Perform for our appreciative audiences on three Fridays in July, July 10, 17 and 24. Sign up with Yav6 Guzman by 5 p.m. the Thursday before the Friday you wish to perform by calling 707-508-8339. Ruth McGowan's Brewpub, 131 E. First St presents Mark and Cindy Lemaire Saturday, July 11, 8 to 11 p.m. These acoustic musicians will share their personal songs with the audience. No cover charge. Joe Pardini Youth Football League sponsored by the Cloverdale Lion's Club sign-ups will be held on Monday, July 13, 6 p.m. at the Cloverdale High School bus barn parking lot. Player packets can be picked up prior to sign-ups at Eagle's Nest Dell, 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd Cloverdale Automotive, 210 S. Cloverdale Blvd. and Cloverdale Pharmacy, 790 S. Cloverdale Blvd. For more information call Barb Petersen at 494-4450. Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. presents Books on Stage, an ongoing series of free readings. The July 16 reading features poet Jodi Hot-tel and prose writer Stefanie Freele. Event is from 7 to 9 p.m. No charge. Cloverdale House Concert featuring Rita Hosking and her band Saturday, July 18, 4 p.m. picnic, 5:30 p.m. concert. Tickets $20. Email cloverdalehouseconcert@gmail.com for tickets, or go to www. brownpapertickets.com and search for Cloverdale House Concert. Location will be provided with ticket purchase. Come join us under the oak trees to enjoy good food, good wine and great music in a unique venue. Bring your own food and drinks, low-back lawn-chairs or blankets. Kids are free. Any profit will to go to Wallace House Homeless Shelter. Cloverdale Performing Arts Center presents comedian Will Durst and his new show "Durst Case Scenario!" Saturday, July 25, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 26 at 2 p.m 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Hors d'oeuvres and wine will be served one hour before the show. Tickets are $45 and are available online at cloverdaleperformingarts.com or Mail Center Etc at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale Performing Arts Center presents the enduring children's classic James and the Giant Peach, August 7, 8, 14 & 15 at 7:30 p.m. and August 9 & 16 at 2 p.m. Theatre is located at 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Tickets are $12 for students and $18 for adults and can be purchased at cloverdaleperformingarts.com or in person at Mail Center, Etc 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. POP McCRAY 1907, Realphoto Matters that are more or less of interest By Joyce Mann June 30,1900 115 years ago Work at the Ukiah oil well is progressing nicely. The machinery is working and the boring has reached a depth of 50 feet. The work has been slow own- ing to the fact that a hard stratum of cement was struck. Oil of an exception- ally fine quality has been found. Management expects to strike oil in pay- Postcard, Grant & Riechers Photograph, SHI Collection Photo provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society ing quantities at a depth of Committee applauded the not over 800 feet and pos- California State Senate for sibly much less. defeating SJR 29, which The Geo. Black ranch would have established a upon the mountain east of national redwood park. town has been turned into The Senate vote indicated a summer resort, and the that Californians feel they proprietor is meeting with can handle their own park satisfactory results. At pre- and recreation problems sent there are five guests at without interference from the ranch and more are the federal government. coming from the city. The The Redwood Region Park Black ranch is an ideal spot and Recreation Committee for city people to come and believes the Senate's votes enjoy themselves. They can was based on an awareness fish, hunt, amuse them- that proper study will selves with outdoor sports reveal a way to serve the or take strolls up and down interests of preservation, canyons, and witness many recreation and industry. pleasing and picturesque sights. June 27,1990 25 years ago July 1, 1965 Making his way home 50 years ago for his Fifth Annual Fourth The Redwood Region's of July Frolic, Pat Paulsen, Park and Recreation self-proclaimed Mayor of Asti Village since 1986, will host the special "Save the Asti Chapel" at his tiny hamlet of Asti. The chapel, christened La Madonna del Carmine and nicknamed "El Carmelo," stands among the vineyards of Asti, just north of the Italian Swiss Agricultural Colony. Pat, along with his loyal Astinistas, hope to raise money for the chapel restoration fund. All pro- cesses from the event will go toward the restoration fund. Last Sunday, Cloverdale fire fighters responded to a report of a fire at the for- mer Ridgeco Truss proper- ty on McCray Road. The firefighters on arrival, found a huge wood slash pile, later identified as belonging to Preston Lumber, engulfed in flames. The pile was esti- mated at approximately 100 feet by 100 feet and 20 feet high. Bruce Reuser was instrumental in helping to bring the fire under control. He brought a huge front end loader with a 17-yard bucket on the front to the scene. It was used to break up the pile, which could then be aerated and doused with water. Two water ten- ders from the Geyserville Fire Dei artment were called in for assistance as the water supply on the property is very marginal due to broken pipes. 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PUBLIC NOTICES Spray Booth Installation $630.00 Sprinkler System Plan Check $252.00 up to 100 heads $357.00 Sprinkler Inspection - Each Additional 100 Heads $508.00 Sprinkler - NFPA 13D Sprinkler Heads - Inspection $184.50 Sprinkler Remodel / Tenant Improvements Inspection - Up to 100 Heads (analysis @ 75 heads) $609.00 Sprinkler Remodel /Tenant Improvements Inspection - Each Additional 100 Heads $508.00 Emergency Responder Radio System Install $535.50 County Building Referral for Roseland $252.00 Emerg Vehicle Access Inspection S- Standpipe Systems $504.00 Emergency Responder Radio System Annual $251.00 Technology Fee * Temporary Certificate of Occupancy $252.00 Tents, Air Supported Structures and Canopies $189.00 Tire Storage $222.00 Vegetation Management - Livestock Permit $252.00 Violation Inspection Fee - With Fire Permit $108.00 Waste Material Handling Plant $222.00 Work without a valid permit Other Miscellaneous Fire Inspections and Services: Fire Flow Calcs $126.00 Underground Repair $126.00 School Reviews $126.00 PLANNING FEES: [included in Planning Study, so no time estimates here] Annexatidn / Pre-Zoning $533.00 CUP Major $244.00 CUP Minor $155.00 Design Review <5,000 ft2 $133.00 Design Review ~Sk- 10k ft2 $155.00 Design Review >10K ft2 $311.00 Environmental Assessment $222.00 General Plan Amendment $89.00 Lot Line Adjustment $222.00 Lot Merger $222.00 Major Modification-Planning S- Major Subdivision $394.00 Minor Modification-Planning Minor Subdivision $289.00 Planning Commission Public Hearing $89.00 City Council Public Hearing $89.00 Utilities Certificate $266.00 Vacation of Easement ROW $89.00 Zoning Code Variance Additional Re-Check (Back Check) $126.00 Standard Hourly Rates: Services Beyond Standard Fee (per the Director) (Staff time @ hourly rates) Disabled Access Compliance Inspection $126.00 Supplemental Plan Check Fee (first 1/2 hour) $63.00 Each Additional 1/2 hour (or portion thereof) $63.00 Re-Inspection Fee (first 1/2 hour) $63.00 Each Additional 1/2 hour (or portion thereof) $63.00 After Hours Inspection (first hour) $126.00 Each additional hour $126.00 Staff Cost-Recovery Hourly Rates: Community Development Tech (per hour) $126.00 Building Plans Checker (per hour) $126.00 Fire Inspector (per hour) $126.00 Fire Marshal (per hour) $126.00 Admin Tech (per hour) $126.00 Community Outreach Specialist (per hour) $126.00 Admin Assistant (per hour) $55.00 Fire Chief (per hour) $78.00 Administrative Services Officer (per hour) $126.00 Battalion Chief Refer to Cal OES Salary Survey $ Captain Refer to Cal OES Salary Survey $ Engineer Refer to Cal OES Salary Survey $ Firefighter Refer to Cal OES Salary Survey $ Type One 1500 GPM Engine: Refer to OES Equipment Rate $ Type 2-3 1000 GPM Engine: Refer to OES Equipment Rate $ Rescue Unit with extrication tools (per hour)$85.00 Sedan, pickup, SUV: Refer to OES Equipment Rate $ Water Tender: Refer to OES Equipment Rate $ Boat (per hour) $30.00 Fire Training NFS Courses $ Cost of Instructor SFM Co~lrses $ Cost of Instructor Classes/Seminars $ Cost of Instructor Fire Administration Incident Report $15 each Photo 3x5 $10 each Photo 8x10 $15 each Miscellaneous Nuisance Fire Alarm: Starts at $150 plus response cost $150.00 Refer to City of Cloverdale Municipal code Sec. 15.14. 310 PUBLISH: July 2, 9, 2015 Cloverdale Reveille NO. 1345 NOTICE OF ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Elections Code Section 12112, in accordance with the provisions of the Uniform District Election Law of the State of California, that a Consolidated General District Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, in the following districts and that candidates to be voted upon at said election may be nominated for the following offices: SPECIAL DISTRICT DIRECTOR(S) DISTRICT(S) NUMBER TO TERM OF QUALIFICATIONS BE ELECTED OFFICE REQUIRED BY PRINCIPAL ACT Rains Creek/Hiatt Road Co Water Dist 2 4 yrs Registered voter of the district Declarations of Candidacy for eligible candidates desiring to file for any of the above offices may be obtained from the Registrar of Voters Office, 435 Fiscal Dr Santa Rosa, CA, on or after July 13th, and no later than 5 p.m. on August 7, 2015. If an incumbent elective officer of the district has not filed by 5 p.m. on August 7th, the voters shall have until 5 p.m. on August 12th to nominate candidates other than the incumbent for such elective office. In the event there are no nominees or an insufficient number of nominees for such office and a petition for an election is not filed within the time period pre- scribed by Elections Code Section 10515 for special districts and Education Code Sections 5326 and 5328 for school districts (5 p.m. on August 12th), the supervising authority will make appointments to each elective office. The polls will be open on November 3, 2015 between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Dated: June 30, 2015 SEAL WILLIAM E ROUSSEAU, Sonoma County Clerk & Registrar of Voters PUBLISH: July 9, 2015 Cloverdale Reveille