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Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
October 22, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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October 22, 1980

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loverdale City Cou lmge 1 Cloverdale depot will be vacant units included in an environmental ed. impact report on the not proposed aove00t00e byp00 lqresidence of Last month the council also con- agreed to support efforts to r. units, she relocate and restore the depot which lies in the path of the have in- proposed bypass. " :b the second Local groups have formed e's vacant a committee to support the . the preservation of the depot. . 7o. figure, ac- A BYPASS SUPPORT for Treu. letter of support ,ITRA construction of the Clover- CT dale bypass wu received by 7eersawroved  council from directon of " --protection the Golden Gate Bridge ]Jibe-County of Distri'ct. ILeountY will' 1 for fire GUARDRAIL u the houri- At the suggestion of Cloverdale Councilwoman Marie Van- I ct. dagriff, the . council Boulevard. The area was the scene of a slide last winter. NEW FIRE TRUCK City Administrator Bud Groom, Councilman Steve Congdon and Fire Chief Milt Holt will meet at the request of the council to discuss the possibility of pm'chasn 8 a new fire truck. The subject came up when Congden mentioned that one of the fire department's trucks is in poor condition and needs to be reptaeed. WATER WELL A low bid of as,ms by Bartley Pump, Santa Rosa, to dig a new city water well in the north well field was okayed by the council. lb authorized improving the SALARY INCREASF_,8 DEPOT safety and visibility of a Merit salary increases ]Ltd.'.'ved from gum'draft on Cherry Creek were approved for public that the Road near Foothill works department employee 00jYserv ncil year that promoted I Were al]owed SPECIAL EDUCATION ]lake-up work A resolution was approved ']ikeeeed to the by the board stating the district intends to join a Michael Falleri and police department dispatcher Sylvia Frey. General service employee John Stroud received a12 percent cost of liv 'rease. POPULATION SIGNS Council members said, in response to a letter from the Chamber of Commerce, that Coverdale population s/gas at the north and south ends of town cannot be adjusted until final, official figures are received from the Census Bureau. AIRPORT FUEL TANKS City staff and th council's public works committee were authorized to solicit cost estimates for installation of a 12,000 gallon aviation fuel tank at Cloverdale Airport. This tank would hold 100 octane fuel. Bids will also be solicited for combining existing tanks ille School Board "ge I Board members said country-wide consortium on more than anticipated, Jk board the because the teachers in- special education. The i:,torollment is valved were not present at consortium will emphasize SUPERTOOTH |year Lhe the meeting to present their cooperation between school Board members approved JL.tltimated 282 side of th story that thematter districts to serve the needs of a voluntary dental hygiene be enrolled, should be deferred, special education students, instruction program for kindergarten to fifth grade 'rOB Trustees Joe Vogonsen and students. The "Supertooth" i was in- Kathy Zunino were appointed VOCATIONAL EDUCATION program is sponsored by the ,board as the to meet with the teachers A 1980-81 budget of $10,241 Sonoma County Health Office I ' contract involved, was approved for vocational and the California Dental AJrom the education classes of office, Service. l Boards INTERDISTRICT shop, upholstery and home AGREEMENT8 economies. rN Approval was granted LIBRARY AIDE allowing exchange students SUBSTUTES' PAY Advertisement for the -iaqd Ann Gonzalo Zurito and Amparito A "travel allowance for available position of part- ,Torres to attend school in the substitute teachers from time elementary school ,atqned to the district. The interdistrict district parts of the emmty library aide was approved by  daughters agreements were necessary was okayed by trustees, the board. adequate because the students are  living with staff members in Healdaburg. TEACHER CONSTRUCWION The working hours of PROGRE88 English as a second language teacher Mrs. kyllingstad Board members learned were increased to five-sixths the foundations have been time by the board, poured for new classrooms a Enrollment in the class is the primary school. City Clerk us. complete strangers, for awhile on this interesting project. Drop by some time, I guarantee you'll love it. page 4 Michalek, and a i; Mrs. Carl Continued from page 2 see lus great love, the Stmrpsteen Museum, ima't that a lovely way to spend his twilight years, doing something that he really loves? I am sure he would be glad to talk to people interested in a musemn for Cloverdale, as be spoke to Windsor, a JLW.o00, 00mta , Marilyn  Rosa, a Ko=, , Isis Oasis "lWo thirds; &mta rosa, a third Ranch, for the French community's throughout the day until ; Arleen Bastille Comtimue4 from page IZ annual Day dusk. Reservations can be L , a third; have performed before the celebrations in San Fran- made by calling 707-857-3524 I 8ebastopol, Queea of England and more cisco. Music and dance or 707-8t-5170.- 'Pickets are rq McBride, ,I. a Judy recently been featured as selections from France, $4 reserved or  at the door. Rosa, two The Golden Toad at the Italy, Spain, Ireland, IL Wycoff, a Renaissance Pleasure Eng!and,. Portugal and. Free wine tasting will be Fairs and as e Camambert mex3co will De penormea , offered. I " I II II .our ,omo our Classified Marketplace Win a at thee LUNCH ungry Hutch Each Week - we'll be mlecting a name.from our subscription list Ind piecing it somewhere in the" Classitied Marketplace If your name appears simply stop by the Hungry Hutch with some form of I;D. and enjoy a delicious lunch with our compliments. liege $  how the : and many .features , and Ji,'mee, Bruce .ass wrote child was tin, man's  so they to be a marchaU MIt"=vem fires. ': tOme new /It ='mlted to tl haven't , why not 00hoot n dub t on be , a |" d re Famous Hungry Hutch Dell Sandwich Delicious Salad Soft Drink The Hungry Hutch Sandwich Shop & Dell 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Must be Claimed within 1 week of publication IB I I I Wednesday, October 22, 1980 - Page 17 into a 4,000 gallon tank for 80 octane fuel. ORDINANCE Council members approved the first reading of a new ordinance prohibiting urination and defecation in public places. UTILITY BILL COMPLAINT A protest by the Seven Palms Trailer Park on a late charge aplied to the park's utility bill was overruled by the council. FOOD ORDINANCE Initial approval and reading was granted for revision of an ordinance concerning food permits. The chamber will allow a fee schedule to be increased for local grocery stores, restaurants and delicatessens without amending the entire or- dinance. The food permit fee applies to all commercial food handlers within the city. TAX POLICY A resolution was approved by the council which establishes a new policy for negotiating property tax exchanges with the county. The tax exchange applies when the city is negotiating the annexation of new I Cloverdale School Board Continued from page 14 property into the cit "itmits. AUDITOR'8 REPORT An annual" report from city auditor, Outrles Reichel and program at Petaluma Adobe Park on April 15-16. IN8PECTION, Tnmtees allocated up to ,000 to pay for an engineer's service training for teachers inspection of a relocatable will be paid for with a $1,232 building at Jefferson School home economics grant, by a Southern Califoria WORKMEN'S COM. PENSATION A 55 percent savings on workmen's compensation premiums has been realized during 197W80, the board learned. The district now belongs to the Redwood Empire Schools' Insurance Superintendent McAuley was named by the Board as the district repremmtaUve to the group's joint power# board. Permission given for members of Mrs. Ballard's fourth grade class at Jef- ferson School to attend an environmental living engineering firm that originally designed the building. In order to build a per- manent foundation under the building, the state requires plans for the Imilding to be submitted. The plans for the Jefferson building are no longer available which necessitates the inspection. MAINTENANCE A five-year deferred maintenance program withe cost of $11,680 has been okayed by the board. The program will include in- stalling a foundation under the Jefferson School ) i I J Associates, was accepted by . the council. The report ,: recommends some hooeq)ing system changes. Most of the changes have , already been adopted by dty staff. 1 I| II I 1 1 relocatable, sealing pavement at Washington School, and rerooflng at Cloverdale High School. A matching state grant is expected to pay for the roof. EMPLOYMENT Janine Plaasard was hired as a teacher at Jolumna Echols-Hansen Memorial School. Patty Bird was hired to help coach during the ItS0 volleyball season. RESIGNATIONS Trustees accepted the resignation of teaching assistant Christine Bra- cialini and the retirement notice of eustodlan Rueben Bussell. MEETING SCHEDULE Because of fall and winter holidays, the board scheduled November 5, December 17 and January 14 as board meeting dates. Geyserville Area O Bus,, n Di rectory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL 894-3339 iiii!ili ' GeyservUle is the home of one of the i!!i finest Italian Restaurants in Northern :': :::: California - Catelli's , The Rex. Santi ii!!' and Virginia Catelli opened the i:::: ::: restaurant in 1936 and have kept it a ilii iil family.owned establishment since !::i:: . then. 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