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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, October 29, 1997 MAIN STREET some of the diagonal spaces would also help. Chief Dailey noted that the first diagonal space in front of the Food Center is too close to the curb radius and blocks the vision of motorists. Vehicles backing out of the diagonal spaces conflict with the stacking/turning traffic at the stop sign. This causes vehi- cles to try and drive around and blocks the entire street. Vehicles often turn from westbound First Street onto North Main and then make a semi U-turn into the diag- onal spaces. He also pointed out that large trucks are parked on First St. in the early morning while cirivers stop at Charlie's Donuts for coffee. Limiting the hours these heavy trucks could park on First would be one solution. Dailey concluded that a four way stop would not alleviate these problems and a stop light was way too expensive. The options he gave the Council included removal of the diagonal spaces on both sides of Main street; removal of one or two diagonal spaces on each side of Main St. closest to the intersection; removal of the first parallel parking space at each corner of the intersection on East First Street; limit the height (f vehicles allowed to park which would create an enforcement is- sue, or leave everything the way it is qnti East First Street is recon- structed. The Council invited comments from the public regarding the var- ious options before making its de- cision. John McMasters, owner of Char- lie's Donuts and Bakery on First Street, told the Council that most of his business is done in the early morning but limiting thehours past 9 a.m. would not affect him too much. Linda Pardini, co-owner of the Food Center, said that changing the parking pattern, as suggested, would seriously impact her busi- ness. She asked the Council not to choose any options altering present parking configuration. None of the signers of the peti- tion addressed the Council. The Council was reluctant to al- ter the parking pattern at this time and espressed the hope that the double yellow lines will help to alleviate traffic/pedestrian prob- lems at this intersection. BOULEVARD PLAN upgrading of the boulevard. Cal/ Trans has provided $280,000 for this project and the City Council has budgeted $50,000 in Commu- nity Development Agency funds this fiscal year and $100,000 next year for engineering and prelimi- nary studies to identify placement of utilities and locating contami- nated soil areas. The preliminary engineering plan will require about 22 months of work and has been approved by the City Council. Actual redesign of the street will follow. The City will search for transportation grants plus federal and state fund- ing for this project. The City will form a steering committee to help with the actual design phase by reviewing and recommending a preferred option for redesigning the boulevard. The committee will be guided by city staff and assisted by a consultant. The committee will be comprised of seven members: three down- town merchants and/or down- town property owners, two from the public-at-large; one member of the Planning commission and one member from the City Coun- cil. Those interested are invited to apply at City Hall. The consultant has yet to be selected. FIRE DISTRICT the Fire Department without rec- ompense, Chief Rosevear said. He will be talking with the volunteers to find out who would like to take part in the paid shifts. The volunteers are our first pri- ority, he noted. HOT SPRINGS RD. tions of Approval relative to Hot Springs Road as approved for the. Clover Springs project in July, 1997. SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE October 29- November 4, 1997 ......  ...... 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