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Sonoma County, California Clo vef da le veille Volume 46 No. 102 894-3339 Wednesday, November 12, 1980 18 Pages 20 cents ion come-and-gone election Ronald Reagan easily Jimmy Carter for the a Republican landslide several liberal giving control of CrOP for the first tine Thursday that his campaign chair- the GOP transition said he appreciated effort to make the easy. to the transition team, an interim foreign whose members will in- former Secretary of Kissinger and three Senators Henry Jackson and Richard Stone of Washington attorney Williams. at his first news Reagan also said that one of his top campaign operations Continued on page 14 II President-elect, Ronal Reagan, who defeated President Jimmy Carter for the presidency in a House in January. At right is Vice President-elect, George Bush. 4 Republican landslide, will be moving his first lady, Nancy, into the White School Board Swimming program Continuation of the Clo,erdale School District sponsored swimming program seems assured after county officials last week outlined a $53,100 im- provement program. The Veterans Memorial swimming pool, which is maintained by the county, is operated during summer months by the school district. Last month board members decided they would not .operate the 1981 swim program if safety improvements were not made by May 1, 1981. Supervisor Nick Esposti and Sonoma County Veterans Memorial operations representative James Carr both assured Ihe school board that a major repair program has been approved and will be completed by April. "It will be done before the start of the swimming season," said ti. Concern over the pool arose last year when the county health department issued a report citing five needed repairs and additions. All of the requirements have now been met in- eluding installation of a mechanical chlorinator. Continued on page 17 nce offered of C of Directors of the !amher of Commerce met November 3, at the Center. was called to order by Rose. Other Directors Dale Peterson: Meredith Wflmarth, Janice Corey, Absent Hay and John Pearson. attended to make to discnss which could be The aimed at businesses' employees for coverage. Eliggi the costs for benefits lower than the plan ttter has added Design panel members to be elected tonight Applicants are Janet Hay, Richard St. Angelo, Robert Thompson, and Robert Wright. The Commission will select the three new design panel members during a special meeting tonight (November 12). CONSULTANT'S HOURS Cioverdale Planning Commissioners have received four applications from local residents who want to serve on an expanded design review panel. The commission last month agreed to enlarge the panel from two members to five members. Commissioners Jim Plumley and Joe Otto will be joined by the three successful applicants. Planning Consultant available for appointment The City of Cloverdale has arranged to have the Planning Consultant for the city, Ron Dering, he available for appointments at City Hall, every second and fourth y of the month from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. He will be glad to talk to anyone having a planning-zoning problem that needs consultation. For an ap- pointment ask for Mrs. Montoya at 894- 2521. She will set up your appointment with Mr. Dering. I Mr. Dering's very first appointment time will he set for November 25 at City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Boulevard. Mrs. Montoya will be able to tell you what you will need in the way of forms, maps, or such, at the time you set the appointment. This has been arranged for the public at the request of City Council, hoping his will alleviate citizens having to drive to Santa Rosa to see Mr. Dering. supporters gathered at his victory party at the Los Robles Lodge last Tuesday night to congratulate him. Photo by Janice. Dea Clausen, shown with his wife, OIIie, and Randy Randolf, looks jubilant as he learns of | by a substantial margin. A capacity crowd of Planning Consultant ROn Dering told the Commission he will hold office at City Hall from I to 5 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Citizens who want to talk to Dering about planning matters should make an appointment by calling planning secretary Dorothy Montoya. LOT SPLIT A lot split application by Jack Davies to divide property al 231 University Street into a 2.5 acre parcel and a 1.5 acre parcel was approved.' Although the application received prior commission approval, t was necessary to reapprove it because Davies missed the deadline for filing a final map on the property. The commission noted the approval is contingent on Ihe final map being filed wilh the properly line between the two lois being placed in the middle of a creek that divides the land. VARIANCE LETTER A letter was received from City At- torney John Klein stating that he plans to use both city and state variance information in preparing a letter that will be given to each ap- plicant. Commissioners last month decided the letter is necessary because many applicants for variances don't seem to undersland Ihe procedure. DEFERRAL A lol splil application by a. J. Bills for properly at 224 University' Street was deferred by the commission. It will be considered at the November 12 meeting. DESIGN REVIEW Mike Sheld, coordinator of the City of Santa Rosa's design review Continued on page 17 Chamber to hear author Free no smoking signs available Free signs which designate smoking and no smoking areas will be available from The American Lung Association of The Redwood Empire starting November 9, the first day of "l.,tmgs For Life Week." Despite Tuesday's defeat of Proposition I0, the ballot measure which would have created separate smokinsand no smoking areas in en- closed public places in California, Lung Association President-elect RobertF. Davenport anticipates a heavy demand for the signs. "During the campaign, supporters of Proposition I0 did an excellent job 'of educating smokers and nonsmokers alike about the real health hazards of second-hand smoke," he said. "As a result, we expect an up- swing in the ,oluntary establishment of smoking and no smoking sections in reslaurants, work places and other public places." Mr. Davenport cited studies showing that second-hand smoke can cause lung disease in healthy nonsmokers, can aggravate the condition of 2.5 million Californians with heart or lung disease, and contains 4,600 chemicals, many of which are dangerous to human health. The signs, provided by the American Lung Association as a free public service, will he available through Lungs for Life Week and later, if quantities permit. For more in- formation, one (707) 527-5864. What's your line? The Chamber of Commerce has received a letter fron Goodson To&nan Productions in Hollywood asking assislanoe in locating ople with. unusual lines of work. "That's My Line," the exciting and unusual new primetime TV show starring Bob Barker, which features unique, off-beat and outrageous oc- =cupations, is returning to production after three successful summer specials on the CBS Television Network." According to the Chamber, the program is looking for literally hun- dreds of subjects and would be delighted o hear each and every suggest ion. Anyone in the Cloverdale area who has a suggestion is asked to contact Vivian Weer at the Chamber office, 894- 2862. I Illll I I I Worldwide well-known author Paul Erdman will be the guest speaker at the general membership dinner meeting of the Chamber of Commerce scheduled for December 10. Erdman is probably best known for his latest book, "The Crash of '79." His other two best selling novels are "The Billion Dollar Sure Thing" and "The Silver Bears." Meredith Draper, Chamber Director is the chairman for the December event and says reservations are a must. The dinner will he held at Juliana's (for- merly Mama Nina's) at 7 p.m. with no- host cocktails beginning at 6 p.m. For further information, call the Chamber of Commerce, 804-2862. III ._ I WEATHER Hi Low Rain .November 3 85 51" November 4 87, 50 November 5 82 57 November 6 84 50 November 7 63 53 .36 November 8 76 43 November 9 69 :43 Seplember 17, 1980 total lag Seplember 2, 1979 total 10.39 INDEX Classifieds 15, 16 Community Ue. 4 Public Notices i$ Religious News 12 sports s. Youth 6, 7 Ill Illlll I I I I