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Oct. 9, 1991, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 ;0uncil ht staff comments Iotti asphalt plant staffs comments sent to Board of Zoning Adjust- the Ghilotti Broth- application for an on the Louisiana Pa- site south of Cloverdale , Council ty). expressed by the staff traffic, fire suppression, luality, duration standards. staff is recommend- negative declaration be is- permit which means impact report be required. is recommending to the Planners that the LP levee used as an alternate haul gravel and asphalt trucks avoiding the use of City So far, the County has in- as a condition on the leaves the final decision Bros. recommendation is that program be pre- fer City review aPproval of the Use Permit. Ghilotti Bros. has submited a plan which the Fire Department is evalu- ating. It is also recommended by City staff that the asphalt plant be sited further east closer to the LP mill building in order to screen it from Highway 101 and this has been in- cluded as a condition by the County. Regarding air qu&apos;,.dity, staff is still evaluating its effects and the effec- tiveness of the permit to operate issued to Ghilotti Bros by the Air Quality District. Staff prefers addi- tional measures be placed on the project to assist in future monitoring and to resolve dust problems. Staff has requested clarification on the duration of the. plant and link- age to the Highway 101 Bypass. The County has inserted a five year term on the permit. The City is asking that specific performance standards relative to air quality, noise, traffic, etc. be placed on the project with an evaluation to be conducted every year as to their effectiveness• The County has not provided this in its conditions. Plant Sale is the date set for the 20th Plant Sale held by the r Chapter of the California The sale will be held to 1 p.m. at the Santa Memorial Building, 12 across from the Fair- hants, seeds and bulbs including new and , Ribes, ), Zausch- a large grasses. of plant history books available. for the best selection. Native Plant Soci- )reservation of our na- Mile Baker Chapter in County, meets on the third of every month at the Lu- Arts and Garden Cen- ;ship meeting Stop Smoking Workshop again Oct. 16 at 7 Meeting Building. is free to the public must reserve their enrollment. ) will teach you how g habit by the plan," a spokesper- OUR OCTOBER B E4 T BUYS is welcome. To RSVP, elders at 894-5239 or at 894-2362. b up the river 12 is the 4th Annual Clean-Up Day. The the Russian River from 3.m. a great day canoeing, bar- , and cleaning up our favor- provided by Trowbridge up BBQ pro- 823- 2990. I-PURPOSE CENTER Uke to Thank the Members and the Cloverdale for their Generous ;to our Celebration. Mayor Erlene Pell Ace Hardware d of Cloverdale 6ill's Drugs lit Oovid Block IkJtch's Backhoe t Restaurant CJover Electric Pads Lumber C.o. , & Hallmark Saw & Mower Comer Dell h.Rmllen Sportswor ry (St. Peter's) Street Studio= Fleur de Mai Ffltz Cellars leman, DOS rk Winery Hair Works & Intedom La Hac.mda - Feed Stove Owl Cafe Wine & Spirits Pek|ng Palace .q.l. hard Pe4kgrini _.:, Omce s..n -"unlard's Tire & Auk) Video Comeq Video Store Webb's Fa4ior Hardware A Vacation in Mexico On of the neat items being auctioned off at the upcoming Boys and Girls Club's "Elegant Affair" dance, dinner, auction is an all expense paid air-fare and one week lodging for two in Mazatlan in Mexico. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i!: ! :?: :: ":'?!: ! ! ::: : ;': i :?': ?!; i: : :: :, ::::: ::::.:::::: :.: ::::: ::: ;:: :.:: :-; ::::: :?: ::::::: :::: : ::: :::" : ::: :: ::;:,':-: :   :: .:':::','::. ?, /;,:;;;: Latex Flat House Paint • tough acrylic formulation • one coat covers beautifully • no chalk washdown • stays appealing 488 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST AMES 30 " Greensweeper Lawn Rake Extra large 30" covers more area in less time,-far fast fall clean-up. 74586 997 WHILE MUPPLIEE LAST 9 97 gal Best 5-Star Custom Colors Higher FireAway Extinguisher Extinguishes wood, paper, cloth, grease, oil, gas and electrical fires. 87892 Wonderful items await bidders at Boys & Girls Club auction For romantics only! An all ex- pense paid air-fare and one week lodging for two at a romantic ocean- side condo in Mazatlan. Or how about a view of some of the most beautiful beaches of Maul? "There will be over I(X) exciting auction items ranging from 7-day vacation packages and weekend holi- days to patio furnitu re and other valu- able items and services," says Bob Fraser, Auction Chairman for the Boys and Girls Club of Cloverdale. "The community has been fantastic with their continued support of our annual auction through donations of cash and merchandise." he reports. The overwhelming respons from local donors and wineries ensures great bargains for everyone who at- tends [his year's Annual Dinner- Dance-Auction .scheduled for Satur- day, Oct. 19 at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds. This year's Elegant Affair includes a social hour and silent auction be- ginning at 5:30 p.m. Aa gourmet dinner by Calivornia Creative Cater- ing will be .served at 6:30 and the live auction will proceed at 8 p.m. Add- ing to the festivities this year will be dancing following the auction to he live music of "Identity Crisis." GIVE YOUR HOME A FRESH NEW LOOK! Exterior Stains 1285 gal Available, in your favorite rustic tone color • penetrates deeply to protect the wood • allows the beautiful wood texture to show • resists blistering, cracking and peeling • richly pigmented for Ionglasting durability Tickets are $25 per person and are available at West America Bank and the Boys and Girls Club on tarman Drive. This annual fundraiser is the major event of the year to help maintain the 7(X) member youth clubhouse facil- ity and staff.All proceeds benefit the youth of Cloverdale. Poems wanted for new contest and anthology Poems are now being accepted for entry in Sparrowgrass Poetry Forum's new "Awards of Pectic Excellence" poetry contest. Cash prizes totalling Sl ,(XX) will be awarded, including a S5(X) grand prize. The contest is free to enter. Anthology purchase may be re- quired to ensure publication, but is not required to enter or win the con- test. Prize winners will bc notified by January 31, 1992. Poems should be sent to Spar- rowgrass Poetry Forum, Inc., Dept. L, 203 Diamond St., Sisterville, WV 26175. :.:<\< 697gal Prevent moisture damage on wood, concrete and masonry using our spe- cially formulated transparent penetrat- ing sealer. 17210 5 Gallon .............................. 34.85 STANLEY 44 Peak Anti-Freeze 8.Pack Soft W  "" o Light Bulbs o1 rv Woh:enne Durables As Softens shadows and reducesglare. Bruiser Trash Can so}e Advertised On Available in 40, 60, 75 and 100 32-Gal. can has dome lid and con- Notional TV watt. 35783-86 venient, locking handles. 75237 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Extra Large Trash Bags 39 Gal. bags contain plastic recy- cled by Ace distribution centers. 15/box ;727 SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES 70" Webster Duster 499 Special Buy Convenient duster reaches cobwebs and dust on walls & ceilings.  7249 .Steam/Dry Iron Hardware Lightweight, cool-touch iron has 7 temperature settings - from silk to heavy cotton and linen. Full 2-year war,an, ,,,9 Sale ends Oct. 20 SAVE ::::,: on all boots (Formerly Sciainrs) 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale !i ) m w=, Phone 894-2165 ,,..,m, Store Hours Open 7 Days A week M-Sat S:00 - 5:30 Sunday 10:00 - 3:00 I