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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 2011 -- Page 3 O POLICE LOG CONT. O GRAND ing frightened by gang activity. Ad- vised residents to call police when they feel something is going on. 1:02 p.m. Officer initiated activity near railroad tracks. 1:23 p.m. Report of snack shack burglary on S. Washington• 8:53 p.m. CHP requested Clover- dale K-9 unit at S. Cloverdale Blvd. and southbound Hwy.101. 8:58 p.m. Report of illegal fire- works in between CHS parking lot and the football field. 10:22 Officer made contact with a suspicious vehicle on W. Second St. Saturday, Sept. 3 12:04 a.m. Officer responded to a citizen reporting a fight in the 100 block of N. Cloverdale Blvd. Situa- tion checked out OK. 1:01 a.m• Loud music reported on Commercial. Those responsible were warned and advised. 2:36 a.m. Report of an ongoing problem with loud music on N. Clo- verdale Blvd. 2:49 aim. Officer initiated contact with subject who was drunk in front of City Hall. 8:39 a.m. Officer on foot patrol in FIRE CALLS Monday, Aug. 29 Medical aid for a male fall victim. He was taken to the hospital by Clo- verdale Ambulance. Medical aid for a bicycle accident on Dutcher Creek Rd. Patient trans- ported to the hospita!by Cloverdale Ambulance. Tuesday, Aug. 30 Medical aid on Clark for a male fall victim. He was taken to the hos- pital by Cloverdale Ambulance. Report of a death on Cherry Creek Rd. Incident was turned over to Sheriff. Medical aid for a man with stroke- like symptoms. He was taken by Cloverdale Ambulance to the hospi- tal. Public assistance for a man need- ing assistance into his vehicle. Public assistance for the removal of a rattlesnake from an Icaria Ct. address. Report of a carbon monoxide alarm on S. Foothill Blvd. The alarm was chirping. The batteries needed to be changed. Wednesday, Aug. 31 Medical aid for a woman on Champlain having seizures. No transport,was required. Report of a carbon monoxide alarm on Healdsburg Ave. None was detected. Friday, Sept. 2 .... Report of a small gas can in the middle of the Dutcher Creek off- ramp N,othing was found. Medical aid for a Wisteria Cir. man who was not feeling well. taken to Healdsburg District Hospital by Cloverdale Ambulance. Saturday, Sept. 3 Medical aid for an 86 year old man on Wisteria Cir. He was taken to Kaiser by Cloverdale Ambulance. Rollover vehicle accident involv- ing one vehicle. Both lanes on Hwy. t28 were blocked. The patient was extricated and taken to Memorial by Cloverdale Ambulance. Motorcycle driver down in the center divide of N. Cloverdale Blvd. near Clovercrest. He was taken to Kaiser by Cloverdale Ambulance. Medical aid for a 25 year old man on Healdsburg Ave. with an eye in- jury. He was taken to Healdsblarg District Hospital by Cloverdale Am- bulance• the vicinity of Railroad Ave. 10:04 a.m. Caller reports subjects on Mulberry are smoking marijua- na. Officer contacted subject who denied it. 11:58 a.m. Family problem report- ed on W. Fourth. 12:28 p.m. Report of loud music at the Citrus Fair. Would like the doors closed there. Officer warned and ad- vised those responsible. 12:52 p.m. Property found near Yogurtdale Blvd. brought into lob- by. 1:54 p.m. CHP reported a possible drunk driver in a tan Mazda sedan. 1:56 p.m. Caller reported a wom- an screaming and a small child cry- ing. Officer made contact with neighbors who did not hear any- thing. 2:15 p.m. Probation search on N. East St. 2:19 p.m. Older tan dog found at the Boys and Girls Club. He was wearing a red and gray collar but no tags and was taken to Kings Kastle. 2:20 a.m. Two loose dogs reported on Geysers Rd. Referred to county animal control. 2:23 p.m. Older Lab found in the middle of N. Cloverdale Blvd. wear- ing a collar with a county tag. 3:11 p.m. Report of a bald man with a purple jacket smoking mari- juana near St. Peter's on Franklin St. He was last seen in the church park- ing lot. When police arrived, he was not in the area. 4:00 p.m. Officer met with woman in Furber Ranch parking lot to re- port a hit and run to her vehicle. 4:12 p.m. Loud music reported on Lake St. Music turned down upon request. 6:49 p.m. Cloverdale Police assist- ed the sheriff with a vehicle search on the freeway south of the Asti exit. 7:13 p.m. A young boy reported that a person was in his backyard saying bad words and scaring him. Situation was resolved. 9:36 p.m. Loud music reported on Orange Dr. Those responsible were warned and advised. 9:50 p.m. Injury accident reported north of town on the boulevard. 11:27 p.m. Officer initiated con- tact with a suspicious vehicle at Crocker and Levee Roads. The city honored "Top Scout" Jacob Anderson, a 2010 graduate of Cloverdale High School and now a freshman at Santa Rosa Junior College, at their last city council meeting. He was honored with a proclamation from the city on the occasion of becoming an E~gle Scout. Mayor Gus Welter.'. congratulated Anderson who attain'e# the top scouting honor over ten ye~'rs.~ Wine Country Group Realtors 124 SO Cloverdale Blvd 894.4080 www.gocloverdale.com Healdsburg Printing's "2 Spend lessmoney on small print jobs. Save time and print locally. Most jobs ready in I - 2 days. Newsletters, Brochures, Flyers, and Post Cards. In stunning full color or hig h resolution black and white. Call: 707 433-1680 or Emaih jobs@healdsburgprinting.com JURY CONT. whistleblowers, I'm ~usf not sure this is it" she concluded. Councilmember Palla concluded, "I don't think the system is broken in Cloverdale and anyone can con- tact the Civil Grand Jury. We don't have money to fund this." The City Manager will construct a response for Mayor Welter to sign. The Grand Jury proposes a study be undertaken by each City/Schoo! District to determine whether con- solidation of some or all school dis- tricts would derive educational or financial-benefits for Cloverdale schools• City Manager Regor sug-. gested the response would be thai: City Council does not have the ex- pertise to determine whether a study is necessary or important, but that the proposal will be referred to the Joint City/School District Sub- committee. Council was in general agreement. ARCTIC CONT• red planet; and, a robotic arm being tested by space robotics company MDA. While below freezing for most of the year, during this year's camp the temperature ranged be'tween the high 30s and the low 60s, and the snow had all melted. Julie slept, cooked, and served meals in tents• She shared the kitchen tent with a lemming she named Bob, and spotted a large arctic hare• Unlike some previous years, no polar bears were seen nosing about near the camp. A very active Girl Scout leader here in Cloverdale, Julie wanted to commemorate her Arctic trip and the upcoming 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts. With the blessing of both camp director Dr: Pascal Lee and the Inuit people native tothe area, Girl Scouts of America Centennial Hill was christened. It will be labeled on maps, and forever known by that name in the international scientific community• Julie regularly posted photos and descriptions of her adventure, along with more in-depth informa- ti_oh~ abgut the peop:l~.and p.rojects at ~e camp~ on ner weDIO~ ~c wwwdune~._arter.org.Dne mvlteS ' you to visit her slte,~and looks , forward to sharing stories with her friends and neighbors over the coming months.-Greg Carter Notice 4-H enrollment will be held on Monday Sept. 12, 6:30 to 8 p.m. (drop in) in the Tea Room at the Citrus Fair. Presented by Jeff and TinaTate CHECKENGINEY The appearance of the "CHECK EN- GINE" light should be prompt a quick check for a loose or missing gas cap, which'the driver can easily do. If that is not the cause, the auto technician can begin a search by checking the oxygen s~s6r.~A faulty one will send incorrect information about the amount of un- '~ burned' oxygen in the exhaust to the automobile's computer and result in peQr~ fi?~ ~leage, A 'malfunctmnmg mass air flow sensor may also be a culprit. This sensor measures the art/ount of air supplied to the engine, :and Its faJlur, e can lead to loss of power and" surges in acceleration• Otherwise. a catalytic cQ0verter may be the under- lying.problem, as ~an be misfiring spark Hint: While a "CHECK ENGII£1E" , light does not:necessarily reqUire you to ;immediately pul(0ff the road, any sign L of ~ overheated engine ~ost definitely • ShbU'Id "= ..... . , ," • can have a ~umbef0f~uS~d£' ff ~an ' take a professional technician to figure out the correct one. Our ASE-certified technicians stay up to date on all dif- ....... 1 ferent e~mes onthe roaOand we I be able to I~inp6 nt }/our problem a~ fix it right, the first time. n addition we ~n provide the regularly scheduled main- tenance that will prevent CHECK EN- GINE tight in the first place! That can save you time and money, Give us a Hometown Service Jeff and Tina Tare are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, /ocated at 210 So. C/overdale B/vd., Downtown C/overda/e , 707-894-1072 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii The Cloverdale Kiwanis Club purchased a Champagne Brunch hosted by RB and Marlys Southard to benefit Relay For Life in Cloverdale. The auction item generated $1050 for Relay For Life. The Southard Champagne Brunch auction item has meant $5,200 for Relay For Life in the last five years. Pictured are Kiwanians Lawrence Metzger, Rick Wood, Mary Dixon, Laurie Kneeland, Julie Carter, Patti Robarts, Andy Grose, Enid Bramy, Lise Metzger, Frances Ramage, Jacquie Grose and Steve Tice. Consumer, retail state sales tax Since July I of this year, there has been much confusion as to what the ¢grr, e, ct sales tax currently is wheth- ~ .y.O.~lare a seller or a consumer.To makematters even more complicat- ed, .dffferen~;czties and countms w~thm the state have d~fferent rates alsq. ]~_~: final att~ori~ onthe mat-" ter zs the California State Board of Equalization and a table is avail- able on their website at www.boe.ca.gov/pdf/pub71.pdf ;~ Here are the correct sales tax ~ou nts ~.ihe immediate area: • F.!Ga[ LgtO~c~ " 7.75% ~tC~o v~ale 8.0/o ;t L ~ ~ ",. ' o -2G~ s, Sj'Vllle, 8 0 Yo 8.0O/o ,~ ~,~h..,~' • 7.75 Yo • Wi~ ~sot';: 8.0% LThe alIlount of sales tax differs It becauseCities and counties can add additiona[ taxes, passed by voters, such as the Sonoma County Open Space District, Sonoma County Transportation AUthority, SMART, etc: ~n:S0noma County. Presents the 2nd Annual Jack Howell Founder's Award Event Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 from 4:30-7pm We will be recognizing Bruce Reuser for his '~ ............................................................. ~i~ ...... :i~~ ............. Followed by a silent auction, music, hers d'oeuvres ~"..i::.:~!':~:~}!:::i ................ iii; and wine next door to the :::;i: t:::: History Center at 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Tickets available at the History Center or Mail Center $35. per person Fabulous Home, Fabulous Setting! Newer home on 6+/- ac. w/views 0~ vineyard~ :~ hills. Great room overlooking pool/spa, gourmet kitchen, wine storage & so much morel viewsofwinecountry.com 894-1575 Charming Vintage ViCtorian 4BD/3BA home located on scenic River Road. over- looking vineyards. New decking, generous porches, 3+/- acres! riverroadvictorian.com $785,000 Deke 431-9628 or Diane 431-4373 & Views $695,000 894-1575 A Home of Distinction Elegant 55+ single story on a peaceful cul-de-sac. Unique floorplan w/10 foot ceilings, spacious kitchen & generous storage. $565,000 Debbie Adler 292-0688 One of a Kind Spacious home. lush gar- dens & old world Euro- pean design w/great room, open beamed ceilings & luxurious appointments. 578hillsidedrive.com $549,000 Patty 484-0589 or Elissa 694-8821 Touched by Tradition Immaculate home at the end of a cul-de-sac. Gorgeous kitchen, privacy, large lot with water feature. trellis & views! 586hillsidedrive.com $540,000 • Patty 484-0589 or Elissa 694-8821 Glorious Setting Nature surrounds in this 55+ Del Webb home w/views of hillsides & oaks. 2BD/2.5BA + den. fplc, skylight & covered patio. $499,900 Debbie Adler 292-0688 Bank of Amenca ~ CloveNale- 11t W. Fnrst St., Ste. B ~ ~a~ Healdsbur9 - 119 North Street