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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, July 23, 1997 RUSSIAN salmon, coho salmon, and steel- head. Pink salmon have not been observed in the Russian River basin since the 1950s, and coho salmon and steelhead runs have declined. To add to all these concerns, PG&E, which operates a power plant on the Eel River, which diverts [Eel River] water into the East Fork of the Russian River, has been ordered to lower these diversions in response to the coho salmon listing. Presently the National Ma- rine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Department of Fish and Game, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are negotiating with PG&E as to what the recom- mended flow will be. These rec- ommendations will be made to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) the agency that licensed the company. In September of 1996, Califor- nia Trout filed with FERC a Hydrological Analysis of the Upper Main Eel River and rec- ommended reducing diversions to the Russian River by over 50 percent. Recently, CalTrout has reduced their recommendation to about 30 percent, instead of 50, but according to the SCWA's Peele, this would definitely impact the amount of water in the Russian River. "We don't know what the results would be in the Alexander Valley," he said, "but there would be an impact." At one point PG&E wanted to close the power plant, which would also have affected the water diversions. The SCWA offered to buy the plant, but according to Peele nothing has come of that offer. An interagency group com- posed of the DFG, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the NMFS has been meeting with PG&E representatives. The SCWA has assisted the group with model studies of the impact of alterna- tive Eel River flow schedules on the Russian River water sup- ply. A public forum to discuss pro- posals for the Potter Valley power plant diversions is sched- uled for Wednesday, July 30 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Ukiah Valley Conference Center, 200 S. School St. Ukiah. Represen- tatives from all involved agen- cies will be on hand to moderate small group discussions. LAUNDROMAT into a successful social gather- ing place. =People love meeting each other there--it's kind of what we want to create here, a meeting place for friends," Brier said. The pair hope to create a very strong community feeling at the laundromat--taking the drudg- ery out of doing laundry, turn- ing it into a fun event where friends can get together, m?d children can play with one an- other. They also plan on having a wash and fold service where cus- tomers can drop offtheir clothes and someone else will wash and fold for them. The laundromat will not be open 24 hours, but according to the couple, will more likely be open from 6 am to 11 pm. Brier said they may work with the Real Goods Store in Hopland in figuring out alternative ener- gy sources for the laundromat.At their Sonoma laundromat, they have a wash club and a book sharing program. The espresso coffee bar will feature the typical items of cof- fee houses, including espresso and lattes. According to developer Craig Furber, building of the laundro- mat and coffee shop will proba- bly begin this October, and the businesses could be open by Feb- ruary of 1998. Others set to go in the shopping center include Pay- less Drugs, Ray's Food Place, and an undisclosed motel to be located behind the Chevron Ser- vice Station. GERMAN and other Eu- ropean, Scandinavian, South American, Asian, Russian and other new in- dependent states high school foreign exchange stu- dents arriving August. be- come a host family today, calIAISE at 1-800-SIBLING or visit the web at http'J/ www.sibling.org f I The Additional Purchases 2 for $1 Surf Ultra RGENT C LOVE RDALE I J Regular 83 OZ 42 Washloads or With Bleach, 87 OZ, 33 Washloads; or Ultra Liquid, 100 Oz 499 Nalley DILL PICKLES 46 OZ Assorted 189 :: :!iii!;::!!iiii!:iill ! ii !!iiii:i;i :i::?: :iii i::ii!iii!!::? i ')i!  iii! ! ill  i,/ iiiiiiiil ilii! : i!i ) i  i!iiiill H :!ii : ::: i SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE JULY 23-29, 1997 VCnile or Prir iiiii:i U 4 Additional Purchases 89 COCA-COLA Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Caffeine Diet Coke or Sprite, 12 Pack 12 Oz Can 9pigus CRV KODAK GOLD COLOR PRINT FILM (Threeal1ols t 24 Exp. Roll of Kodak Gold Max Film) C, AI=00 10emo ='=- 10 u .... 200 ISO GA 135-96 ,00so 1 SONY V T-120 VHS VIDEO CASSETTE TAPE 179 KODAK FUNSAVBR POCKET ONE TIME USE CHEH Daytight 24+3 Exp. : : ::::::::::::::::::::: .::::::::::: :,: FUJI ENDEAVOR 10 ADVANCED PHOTO 24+3 Exp. 11 motocized rewind; manu electm flash. 3 print Iorrnat switch N RAGU S&W sauce 27.7 to 28 Oz Assorted 159 sauce 80Z 4/Sl FRANZIA Wine 5 uter Wine Tap Chablis, Rhine Rur, French Colombard, White Grenache, Cuvee Blanc or Blush Excludes Burgundy