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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 2010 -- Page 3 !, ;K21overdale High School. 3:01 p.m. Citizen reports being physically assaulted by her sister on McCray Rd. 4:39 p.m. Report of a dog locked in a vehicle with no windows down at Ray's Food Place. 10:33 p.m. Officer out at Vintage Meadows Park. 10:35 p.m. Officer reports subject in the area of Los Pinos Dell is try- ing to evade an officer. Officer cited subject to appear. Saturday, Sept. 18 10:50 a.m. Report that a subject on School St. is having a continuous i yard sale. 12:50 p.m. Report of a male sub- ject in the area of the First Street Bridge who has been drinking and 'has an alcoholic beverage in his ',hand. 1:18 p.m. Report of several dozen 'skateboarders in the area of Com- ~mercial St. being loud. Caller re- '. quests they be moved along. Officer Z reports the noise is not unreason- !able for this time of day. ', 3:40 p.m. Citizen requests some- '.thing be done about the chicken/ ,rooster problem on Railroad Ave. Matter was resolved. 7:22 p.m. Officer out at Jefferson School with two juveniles on skate- boards. 11:06 p.m. Report of a large party on Tarman Dr. Sunday, Sept. 19 1:52 a.m. Report of a loud beat coming from a residence on School St. 4:24 a.m. Report of a suspicious subject who is sleeping in the area of Kragen Auto Parts. 9:54 a.m. Citizen requests advice regarding a neighbor issue. Advice given. 2:53 p.m. Report of a vehicle parked the wrong direction on the .corner of Vine/Chablis Way. Vehi- cle was moved upon request. 3:47 p.m. Request to speak to an officer regarding suspicious activi- ty on a debit/credit card. 8:30 p.m. Report of a dog barking for three hours on Mulberry. Time to get ready for Fall! Monday, Sept. 13 Medical aid on Healdsburg Ave. for a 70 year old female with a ground level fall. Tuesday, Sept. 14 Medical aid on Franklin St. for a female subject with a cut finger. Medical aid for a female fall vic- tim on Franklin St. Medical aid on Creekside St. for a female with difficulty breathing. Wednesday, Sept. 15 Medical aid on Elm St. for a male fall victim with minor scrapes to his forehead. Medical aid on Pinot Way for a one year old male with a high fever. Medical aid on Sherwood Cir. for a male subject with an altered level of consciousness. Medical aid on Geysers Rd. for a male subject lying in the road. Thursday, Sept. 16 Medical aid on Champlain Ave. for a female with an abdominal pain. Friday, Sept. 17 Medical aid for a female subject feeling ill on Tarman Dr. Medical aid on N. Cloverdale Blvd. for a 15 year old female in- volved in a fight. Medical aid on Tarman Dr. for a 64 year old female with back pain. Medical aid on Red Mountain Dr. for a 68 year old female with a pos- sible stroke. Medical aid on King Cir. for a 73 year old female feeling ill. Saturday, Sept. 18 Medical aid on Debmar Ln. for a male subject with chest pains. Medical aid for a subject with a CONT. The district is hoping that final insurance approval will occur in the next few weeks. Because a completely new build- ing is being constructed, the district is required to go through the Divi- sion of State Architecture (DSA) which oversees all school construc- tion. According to CUSD's financial officer, Krista Eisbrenner, there are $94,000 in "soft costs," to build the snack shack, including demolition costs, a requirement that an inspec- tor of record be present most of the time during the entire construction, and fees associated with both the designers of the building and the DSA. The Snack Shack will have the same square footage (Eisbrenner wasn't sure what that was) because the insurance won't allow an in- crease in the "footprint," of the building. It needs to be ADA acces- sible, both inside and outside, in- cluding the bathrooms, and of course all electrical and water hook- ups will be built to code. "It is a lot of money," Eisbrenner agreed. She said another reason for the high cost is that by law the district must require any contractor to pay pre- vailing wage. Eisbrenner said an open bid pro- cess has already taken place. The district received nine bids, but none have been awarded yet. The lowest bid came in at $338,000, (this does not include the soft costs). "We have not awarded the bid at this point because we are still waiting for confirmation from our insur- ance," she explained. The often outspoken school board member, Joanne Argyres commented, "You mean it is cost- ing almost $500,000 to replace an $11,000 building? Does anyone think we have reached the edge of absolute absurdity?" Although ev- eryone seemed to agree the costs were outrageous, Steve Barrow, fel- low boardmember, said "there is nothing we can do about it here." Argyres countered by saying that somebody has to start asking ques- tions, and it has to start somewhere. "If you keep acting like a doormat. You end up just that, a door mat." The Snack Shack was constructed by the Lions Club and donated to the district in 1977. The Eagle Pride Booster Club uses it during football season, the Lions Club uses it for its youth football games, and it is also used for soccer as well as Relay for Life. CONT. stepped up to help us. The immedi- ate response and interest, including commitments from new sponsors who had never been involved be- fore, came as a pleasant surprise." However, because city funding is not likely to be available for the foreseeable future, the future of the event beyond 2011 remains cloud- ed. Despite a huge number of loyal volunteers, The Fiddle Festival is an expensive event to produce. "We are hopeful that our sponsors, ven- dors, volunteers and patrons will continue to support the festival en- thusiastically. At the same time, it is imperative that we continue our search for ways to restructure or re- format the event so that the reve- nue generated covers more of the costs," Laurice stated. Among the changes being con- sidered in the future are moving the event to a different time of the year, head laceration, as poor weather in the past couple Sunday, Sept. 19 of years has discouraged atten- Medical aid on Marguerite Ln. dance at the fiddle festival and per- for 53 year old female who splashed haps making the competition part bleach into her eyes. of a larger event. ::T7. e 894-4170 235 S. East St. Cloverdale Lube, Oil & Filter Service Brake Services 30/60/90 Mile Sel~ice Computer Dmgnosbc. Complete Vehicle Repa,r Fleet Ma,ntenance Cooper Tire Dealer Hapa Auto Care Center ii so Offering Small Engine Repa Cha nsaws Lawn Mowers Weedeaters Blowers, etc. J