"
Newspaper Archive of
Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
Lyft
September 17, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
PAGE 1     (1 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 1     (1 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 17, 1980
 

Newspaper Archive of Cloverdale Reveille produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




I!?AG " "' "2o rents lie CloveFdale ' gel County, California Volume 102 No. 37 894-3339 Wednesday, September 17, 1980 16 Pages coasters -hot dogs n candy / and mote at the Cloverdale Harvest Interesting exhibits, balloou rides, contests, art and harvest displays-- expect to see at a fair. More on by" Janice. City Council Second appeal for apartment denied A second appeal by City Councilman Angelo Seaiese of the Planning Com- mission's denial of his apartment ad- dition application was rejected last week by the Ci'y Council. City Planning consultant Ron Dering outlined for the council the long history of Scalese's application for con- struction of an 800 square foot apart- ment at a house divided into four apartments at 311 N. Cloverdale Boulevard. Scalese's original application to the Planning Commission was denied on July 2. He then appealed the matter to the City Council on July 22. The Council said it could not make a decision on the matter because Sealese had made some changes in the plot plan since the original application. Planning Commissioners again denied the apartment addition when it came Ietore them on August e. Their basic obJeeUon was the new It; .... He showed the council a number of photo of local construction that he said show poor design review judgment by the Commission. "I agree with your pictm.el 100 percent, but all of those wrongs don't make a right," said Councilwoman Marie Vandagriff. Because of the absence of Mayor Jack Domenieheili, due to illness, the council seemed at a temporary lou as to whether Scalese's appeal should he deferred. Vice Mayor Jerry Moore told Scalese: "I would prefer to handle this at your own suggestion." At first Sealese said he favored deferring the matter but later said "all right get it over with" when Councilman CoIMdon pressed for a vote. Scalese's appeal was deniedby a 3-0 vote. . Coutlmmed on  15 / and Mer',:hants Association new parking and a 20 by SO foot bility recreation deck created too much use of R?veille editor s merger possi the property. At last week's council meeting, Scalese again appealed to the council to w|ns nationol overturn the denial. Directors of the Commerce met Center on Monday 8, to address a to the caller's phone. Dr. Anderson, a long-time protester of services by Pacific Telephone in Cloverdale, was present and asked a number of questions. called to order by The second item on the agenda was a Other Directors discussion among members of the Pat Snider, Jim Pearson, Ray and Janice were Meredith and Chris WLrtz. teamco.representingmade a Geyserville's future services available Cloverdale Merchants' Association and the Chamber Board. Guests present included Barbara Hannon, Attorney; Gall I_,uttman of Damrow & McTeer, Inc. ; Judy Pryor of Cloverdale Nur- sery, Mac McClure, photographer; Judy Sehults from the Natural I.ok, Questionnaire help needed for to pick one up at Bosworth Hardware Store in Geyserviile or contact Otto Hoefler at P.O. Box 67, Creyserville 95441. Please give serious consideratiov to " your answers. Your response can in- fluence the naure of Geyserville's future. This is a critical time in Geyserville's history. There is op- portunity for some growth to occur, but natural limits rule out any massive changes. Let us know whether you are in favor Now that the community sewer system is becoming a reality, the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce is receiving many inquiries as to expand housing and business possibilities. In order for the Chamber to formulate a policy which reflects the will of the majority of the community, they are asking for your help by expressing your best thoughts via a questionnaire. If you are an interested person and did not get a questionnaire through the Geyserville Pest Office, you are asked and Valerie Hutchins from The Hungry Hutch. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the possibility of the two organizations merging, with the merchants becoming an active corn- Continued on page 15 of a town meeting at which these maters can be discussed, and whether you wuld be willing to serve on a task force to develop background for such a meeting. You are asked to return your com- pleted questionnaire by September 30, 1980. The survey committee memers are: Otto Hoefler, Chairman; Ida Ad- dleman; Rochelle Berizzi; Harry Bosworth; Ann Dwyer; Claire Lamp- son; L. C. Smith; and Cathy Zunino. "Nothing on the ground changes," Scalese told the council, referring to his plans to construct the apartment on an existing deck and then build a large recreation deck over several of the new parking spaces. During a public hearing, Scalese repeatedly said his apartment addition will benefit the community by offering another rental unit as well as allowing tenant parking in the rear instead of on the street. "I'm sorry to say this about our Planning Commission, but they are nnexperienced." Sealese said He said the Commission does not have any members who are architects, engineers or other members of the construction trade. Commissioner Joe Otto later in- formed the council that he is a licensed contractor currently building in- Cloverdale. Scalese also said his project would be a much better one than other residential construction that has been okayed by the Planning Commission.. recognition Janice Corey, editor of the Ciovecdale Reveille and Geyservllle Prels, received national recognition and bear last week when she was awarded fourth place "Honorable Mention" in the American Legion Auxiliary Golden Press Award National CompettUen, held at the national conventiee in Boston, Massachussetts. Corey, who also recently received a citation and recognition by winning the first place "Golden Pre Award" in the State of California competition for her "Best of Youth" editorials and coverage of the "Miracle of Viemm" story, was in competition with thousands of entries from fifty states and seven territories in the niKtonll competition. Corey is a well-known former editor and publisher of the "Image e[ California" magazine, which portrayed in stories and photographs the history and natural beauty of California. will affect included Robert Dept.), Beverly Ed Wallace (installation and Dan Ham- office manager). t told that Cloverdale us, the operator will the line when il is dialed direct. charged ion and tlon of Depot assured restoration of the Coverdale Depot, s City for the en- to comments of project from the Clove.dale" Arts and COrn- Board, the tothe and to have a greet people who sa/d an depot, whid00 for many years, 1886, Commission City Administrator Bud Groom said that Od'Prans has offered to move the depot and place it on a concrete foun- dation. A five-acre site, located bet- ween the pro freeway frontage road and the South Street off ramp, has been set aside by the state for the depot. Council members voted to inform CalTrana that the city is interested in going ahead with the relocation plans. Dan Pete.son, a Santa Rosa architect who specializes in historic preservation projects, including the relotion of the old Santa Rosa Post Office, said the depot can be moved by an ordinary house move'. Pete.sen said the depot's square nail and timber construction ia still structurally sound as well as ar- chitecturally interesting. He estimated the depot is 2,300 to 2,6o0 square feet in size. Restoration currently costs about $40 to  per square foot, Pete.ram said. Coun membem, who have ex- ptmM doubts at put meetings about and .Kh,00.bmty of00tori00 (ttinued ou page tS Relocation and restoration of the national landmark, Cloverdale Depot. looks assured after last week's City Coenil decision to support the moving endeavor. The large plboto shows the Depot back Jn better days. The Insert Is the way It looks today. The structure lies in the proposed route of the Cloverdie bypass. Four adult education courses * offered Four adult education courses will be offered this year by the Adult Education division of the Clove.dale Unified School District. Instructor Ed Beltramini will con- duct a course in the basic funda of woodworking and instruction in the use of woodworking machines. A foe of $25 will be charged for this course, which meets on Wednelay from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The fee is due when you enroll for the course. 11 course will e in session on September 17. Coutinued em lmge is Area a__,dd tbe intends to do with in the prolmmM bypau. In- future Is impect .prepared by WEATHER DATE HI LOW RAIN August 8 86 55 August 9 86 55 August I0 80 $4 August 11 86 55 August 12 89 57 Augmt 13 87 57 August 14 74 46