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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, August 20, 1997 from page one... FIRE can go ahead knowing what fund- ing we have available to us," she noted. Mayor Tom Sink, who strong- ly supported the tax transfer, said he was gratified that an agreement had finally been reached. Councilman Mark Kinsey vot- ed against the agreement and Councilman Jim Teague was absent when the Council ap- proveditatthe meetingWednes- day night. Approving the agreement were Mayor Sink Vice-Mayor Bob Jehn and Councilwoman Carol Chase. Kinsey has always stated his opposition to the transfer. The District anticipated cut- backs in its expenditures had the City transfer not been ap- proved. CO-OP lyn Sink Memorial Swim Foun- dation donated in the memory of Marilyn Sink. The money is to be used for education and train- ing of residents in swimming and water safety. The City uses these funds to support the YMCA summer Swim Program. STRIKE pounds, we're really neck in neck on that," she said. They also offer two to three day delivery for priority parcels, and the near- est Class A Post Office in Santa Rosa offers global priority mail. If packages don't arrive when they are supposed to, customers get their money back. Work begins on Boulevard redesign plan Details of a work program for redesigning Cloverdale Blvd. from Citrus Fair Dr. to Third Street were presented to the City Council for approval Wednes- day night by Planning and Com- munity Development Director Joe Heckel. The next step will be prepara- tion of a detailed plan prior to hiringa consultant and appoint- ing a citizen's steering commit- tee, Heckel said. The committee will consist of downtown merchants and/or property owners, local citizens and a member each from the Community Development Agen- cy Board (Council) and the Plan- ning Commission. Redesign and reconstruction of this section of the boulevard will complete the Downtown Precise Plan. The project could cost as much as two million dol- lars to complete. Cloverdale's Community De- velopment Agency budget con- tains $50,000 this fiscal year and $100,000 next year for engineer- ing costs. The City will embark on a search for funding for the major portion of this project. The design envisions new street lights, possible removal of the median strip, a bike lane, trees, planters and landscaping, and street furniture. It will also address street and sidewalk widths, parking, crosswalks and signage. Ukiah Player Theatre offers subscription tickets Subscription tickets are on sale now for Ukiah Player Theatre's 1997-98 mainstage season which opens in early October with a canine comedy, Syluia. The season continues with a classic American play, Our Town, followed by a laugh-a- minute farce Lend Me A Tenor, a production of Arthur Miller's 1949 Tony award-winning dra- ma, Death of a Salesman and concludes withA Few Good Men, a gripping contemporary court- room drama. Ukiah Players Theatre kicks offits 21st season on October 2 with a production of Sylvia, AR Cmrney's modern romantic com- edy about a marriage and a dog. For ticket information or a subscription brochure, call the UPT box office at 462-9226 or write to Ukiah Players Theatre, 1041 Low Gap Road in Ukiah. , CLOVERDALE , Drugstore in JUICAml DlmlWAIIHI|I| IHrnEELqEIIT POWINIll OR LIOUI QIIL, 50 OZ, ASSORTED 219 SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE August 20-26, Town.00i OCA-COLA, DIIIT OKII, AFFIIINII FREII DIET COKII OR IIPRITII 12 PACK 12 OZ CANS BUDWEISER, OR MILLER BEER 0 +CRV COLEMAN PROPANE FUEL CYLINDER 16.40Z 10 LB BAG IIALLEY DILL PICKLI 46 OZ ASSORTED