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ECONOMIC- the architectural design phase for the Senior Center, a nuisance abatement program, funding for the Chamber and a loan for the Wine and Visitor Center. The study session will cover the history of the City's Redevelopment Plan and formation of the CDA; its past accom- plishments and future budget projections; creation of the Economic Development Commission (EDC), goals for an econom- ic development strategy both short and long term and a discussion of priority programs for the CDA and EDC. City Manager Bob Perrault has indicat- ed the current developments in Clover- dale; such as, Del Webb's Clover Springs and the Furber Shopping Center, should result in additional funding for the CDA through property taxes; thus, the impor- tance of setting goals and planning a strategy early on for future economic de- velopment programs. LAW levy a fine ff certain violations have not been corrected. The penalty provision could only be triggered after the City has provided notices of the violation(s) to property' owners and no responses have been received. The ordinance will provide the City with the ability to achieve a higher level of cost recovery in implementing the nuisance abate- ment program. |+ + +n++ t +OU'L a+' +OPt+ t I of everyday products are ;t betnq made from the paper. ! plastic, metal and qlass that you've been recycHnq. But to keep recyclinq workLng to help protect the environment, you need to buy those products. BUY RECYCLED. AND SAVE So look for and buy pro- ducts made from recycled materials. And don't forget to celebrate America Recycles Day on November ISth. It would mean the world to us. For a free brochure, + call 1-800-CALL-EDFor visit our web sJteat wwvv.edf.org @ E]IF Your ticket to a secure retirement. For a recorded message of current rate information, call 1-800-4US BOND -800-487-2663 ,+ The will to persevere is often the difference bet w,en failure and sue- ces. David Sarnoff , SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE 10/15-10/21/97 ' ll C'LOVERDALE 11ml00 In Mott's Dove or Sun Light Dishwashing Liquid 42 Apple Sauce 46 to 48 Oz Assorted 99 We Now Carry Bread & Milk.I 0 0 o o # . o o eO 0 0 o 0 o ( o 0 0 # 0 0 0 0 0 W I I I I I I i I i 1 I I i Longs Drugs In-Ad Coupon Good Through 10/21/97 ' ALL Tim WATCHES ; | / Sunny Farm.s [ OmmO pie Juice .. _ p,_,,w+D. ,o,y, _ _, Thomas' Ap   Kern's Nectar 99  11.50z, Assorted nglish Muffins  Kern's /'/S ,:/:, Regular Z . L Headquaner0000/ " t ' t M&M's Chocolate Candles for Halloween 16 Oz Plain or Peanut 199 M&M Mars Fun Size Candy Bars 12 to 14 OZ, Assorted NesU6 Big Bag 3 FUn Size 40 Oz Containing I Butterfinger, 1 Crunch and I Baby Ruth 99 Toots ie Child's Play  .+++ 30 oz ++ _ _ Sunline Candy, 95 Count, Spree, 20 Ct, Sweetarts, 6S Count, Pixy SUx or Fun Dip, 60z 2/s3 Halloween Light Set 10 Count Assorted 4ss 10" Pumpkin Basket (#71800) or 10" Nesting Bucket (#71830) 69 Black Flag Holiday Bug Bomb 60Z, 3 Pack Bonus (2+1 FREE) Regular or Pine Scent Grant's Kills Ant Stakes ++ ...............   10 Count ) ! Purina Dog Chow Dry Dog Food 22 Lbs., Original 2 for Sl, 7 Purina Cat Chow 3.5 Lbs. Original 19 Jonny Cat Cat Litter 20 Lbs Original /A, / \\; i Friskie's Canned ' Cat Food 5.50z, Selected Flavors 3 for B(