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www.ciererrtaterereiiiesant November 14, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille - Page 3 Farm Bureau providing resources and advice to fire-affected farmers By Heather Bailey Staff Writer heather@sonomawest.com The Sonoma County Farm Bureau is trying to provide assistance for agricultural producers affected by the Kincade Fire. They are providing guidance and funding for those experiencing losses as they navigate their way through the post-fire experience. They have set up a GoFundMe page for a Kincade Fire relief fund, and American AgCredit has offered up to $25,000 in matching funds. In addition, they have set up a separate GoFundMe for the LaFranchi family whose 127- year-old Oak Ridge Angus Ranch in Alexander Valley was decimated by the fire. As of Oct. 31, the fire relief fund had raised $8,890. To donate, go to gofundme.com/kmrfxs- kincade-fire-relief-fund. The Oak Ridge Angus Ranch-LaFranchi Family Relief Fund had raised $32,970. To donate go to gofundnie .com/f/ oak-ridge- angus-lafranchi—family. The farm bureau has also created a list of USDA Farm Service Agency Disaster Assistance Programs and a list of local resources. In addition, it is looking for information on affected producers and those who may be able to provide additional assistance. The bureau is looking for confirmed names, contact information and description of losses/ impact for individuals/ employees in the agricultural community who have lost property and small MONDAY, NOV. 4 3:14 pm. Civil problem at school on North Street. Requests officer regarding unauthorized parents on scene to pick up children. Officer reports incident resolved. 6:21 pm. Suspicious person on East First StreetReporting party reports unknown malevon a bike pullinga catarrrrg‘waerrmm the ‘r‘rti'ée in the front yard. Reporting party requests he be removed from the property. 10:47 pm Suspicious person at City Park on West Second Street. Anonymous caller reports two subjects with flashlights looking into vehicles in front of the park. Unable to locate. TUESDAY, NOV. 5 12:23 am. Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard; Anonymous caller reports two young men tampering with mailboxes. Unable to locate. 12:47 am. Prowler on HillviewDrive. Caller reports a subject below her west window smoking a cigarette; states she can hear him below her window moving around. Unable to locate. 8:08 am. Warrant arrest on North Cloverdale Boulevard and West Second Street for an SFPD warrant. farmers who lost revenue. The bureau is also looking for people who could provide long-term shelter — up to two months — for livestock and horses as well as financial support for hay, feed and other livestock supplies and anyone able to volunteer in helping the community rebuild fences, clean up and more. “We know that the Kincade Fire created widespread and lasting damages within our agricultural community, the Sonoma County Farm Bureau said in a statement. “Here at Farm Bureau we are working to compile resources necessary for recovery.” Anyone either in need of assistance or with help to offer should email relief@sonomafb.org. Farmers and ranchers in need of help can call 707-544-5575 or those in emergency situations can contact Tawny Tesconi at 707- 480—6947 or email tawny@sonomafb.org. To see everything being offered by the Farm Bureau, go to sonomafb.org/kincade- fire-recovery-resources-help. Resources for farmers The Sonoma County Farm Bureau is offering the following list of resources to assist in fire recovery. National In 2017 the Farm Service Agency was listed to offer various types of support to affected farmers, such as: - Emergency Loan Program (EM) (this is a loan with interest) Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) (debris removal/ fence replacement/ drip, above ground pipeline, tanks) - Emergency Assistance for Livestock Program (ELAP). (Pasture losses, stored feed losses including honey bees and fish farm losses) 0 Wildfire Hurricane Indemnity Program (WHIP+) (tree and vine losses, production losses for insured crops) Farm Service Agency Disaster Assistance Programs - Livestock Forage Program (LFP): LFP provides compensation to eligible livestock producers that have suffered grazing losses due to drought or fire on land that is native or improved pastureland with permanent vegetative cover or that is planted specifically for grazing. Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP): LIP provides benefits to livestock producers for livestock deaths in excess of normal mortality caused by adverse weather or by attacks by animals reintroduced into the wild by the federal government. - Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish (ELAP): ELAP provides emergency assistance to eligible producers of livestock, honeybees and farm-raised fish for losses due to disease (including cattle tick fever), adverse weather, or other conditions, such as blizzards and wildfires, not coveredby LFP and LIP. - Tree Assistance Program (TAP): TAP provides financial assistance to qualifying orchardists and nursery tree growers to replant or rehabilitate eligible trees, CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries Transported to county jail. 4:22 pm. Batterfon North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports herjuvenile son was just assaulted by another juvenile male in the library. Citation to appear. 7:22 pm. Domestic related incident on Mayor Way. 8:38pm. Hit‘and run ‘misdemeanor- ' r on Ranch House Drive and Cottage Court. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6 8:04 am. Stolen vehicle on Elbridge Avenue. Walk-in to police station came in to report her 2003 Cadillac CTS was stolen off of Elbridge Avenue where it was parked. Party last saw the vehicle at 3 pm. yesterday. 10 am. Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports there is what looks like a bullet hole in one of the south windows of the building. 1 pm. Suspicious person on Shahan Drive. Reporting party reports unknown male subject wearing a red shirt with short hair. Subject was hiding in the bushes and was near the mailbox. Gone on arrival. 2:12 pm. Suspicious circumstances CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd—ambulance.com. E E! II E HHEEEEEHE EEHHHEHNE IHI IIE III III HIE III III III III III III NI IHI HII IE EEEEEHEIE EIEIEIH El HE! EEIEIE! EIEIEIK! BEE! HERE! miner fl SIDE! BREE! Eflflfilfi ,EREIEBEIE! Emirate EEEIE! EH flflflflfilflfi HERE! HEEL! EIEIEIE! Eflfilflflfilflfiflflflfl RISER! fiflflifllfl EIIEIERHIZ! REBEL! ERIE! EH REE name EEIEIEEBHHBBEEEIIIIEE WEEK! EIEEIEIER Iilfliilfl “Eli! an“ IIEIE! REESE Ella Elam“ III III III EEIIEI III IIMEII III IEE III III at school on North Cloverdale Boulevard. A 15-yearold male is unresponsive but breathing. 5:50 pm. Suspicious circumstances at business on East First Street. Male in a red and white baseball hat just took a bag from the display out in front of the business. Officer reports property located and returned. THURSDAY, NOV. 7 5:52 pm. Traffic hazard on Citrus Fair Drive and South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports two sedans parked in the middle of Citrus Fair Drive. 9:19 pm. Suspicious circumstances on North Jefferson Street. Reporting party states man is making threats, wants to fight brother over someone named Ricky. FRIDAY, NOV. 8 3:01 am. Disturbance on First Street Bridge. Reporting party reports possible disturbance between at least two males, one female. Heard only, said it sounded bad. Gone on arrival. 12:15 pm Mentally ill on West Second Street. A 22—year-old male swallowed approximately 60 Bupropion pills. 2:40 pm. Suspicious person on Crocker and Levee roads. Trying to make contact with subject wearing a tan shirt and black shorts, but subject ran and crossed the river. 3:42 pm. Stolen vehicle on North Jefferson Street. Reporting party reports he just got home and his 2012 gray Ford Mustang is missing. Vehicle last seen last night at 7 pm. Reporting party has all the keys. 3:54 pm. No injury accident on Clark Avenue. Reporting party reports two- * car accident at this location, no injuries. Both parties present and exchanging information, but would still like an officer to respond. 5:24 pm. Domestic related incident Hall's ANIMAL HOSPITAL ***November Vaccine Special*** Receive $5 OFF any Vaccine for your cat or dog in November. Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other money saving offers every month at Call for Appointment! 894—3951 bushes, and vines damaged by natural disasters. - Go to files.constantcontact.com/24fd 8918101/eBclafl‘4—b4ac-4900- bcd2-66aab5747c0f.pdf to view the Farm Service Agency Disaster Assistance Program at a Glance. Loans for losses to crops, trees, livestock, farm land and farm property - The Emergency Loan Program provides loans to help producers recover from production and physical losses due to drought, flooding, other natural disasters, or quarantine. The Disaster Set- Aside Program provides producers who have existing direct loans with FSA who are unable to make the scheduled payments to move up to one full year’s payment to the end of the loan. Assistance is available in counties, or contiguous counties, who have been designated as emergencies by the president, secretary or FSA administrator. Farmland damage The Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) provides assistance to producers if their land was damaged by a natural disaster and needs conservation practices. - The Sonoma Resource Conservation District is available to provide technical assistance site visits. Staff will meet with the landowner at their property and provide advice on natural resource issues such as post-fire erosion or damage to trees and forests. Contact: Shannon Drew, sdrew@sonomarcd.org, 707- 569—1448 ext. 110. on Mayor Way. Caller reports verbal incident. 7:06 pm. Warrant arrest at Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Citation to appear. SATURDAY, NOV. 9 ' 12:07 am. Prowler on Deb Webb Drive. Reporting party’s mom heard window. Officers cleared backyard and garage, checks 0K. 10:38 am. Speed contest on Elbridge Avenue and South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports a bright red Camaro speeding in the area of Furber Park on Elbridge. Party unable to get plate and states it seemed that the driver didn’t really have control of the vehicle. Unable to locate. 11:26 am. Disturbance at business on Railroad Avenue. Reporting party came in to report that, as he drove by the business he saw a physical fight in progress between two males. Unfounded. 3:23 pm. Speed contest on Cherry Creek Road. Reporting party reports a white BMW keeps speeding up and down Cherry Creek Road. SUNDAY, NOV. 10 12:13 am. Suspicious circumstances on Asti Road. Caller reports two subjects entered her campsite and attempted to steal her property. Officers responded, unable to locate subjects and reporting party declined formal report. 12:50 pm. Suspicious person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports male and female in the alley yelling at each other. Officers contacted both subjects, denied verbal. Checks OK at this time. 5:20 pm. Suspicious circumstances at business. Transferred caller reports they found a cash register at the car wash. OF CLOVERDALE WWW.animalhospitalofcloverdale.com CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, NOV. 4 6:10 am. Medical aid on Foster Court for a 16-year-old male with possible seizures. Transported to Kaiser. 7:44 am. Smoke check on Highway 101 and Canyon to assist Geyserville with a smoke check. All units unable to locate. 8:54 am. Medical aid on Spring Court for a female patient with a possible lower gastrointestinal issue. Transported to Kaiser. 2:41 pm. Smoke check on East Third Street for report of smoke smelled near the address. All units unable to locate. 2:46 pm. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Drive for a 99-year-old female not feeling well. Transported to Kaiser. 3:22 pm Medical aid on Clark Avenue for a female patient with numbness in her left arm. Transported to Ukiah. 10:41 pm. Smoke check on Railroad Avenue for a report of smoke smell in the area. All units unable to locate. TUESDAY, NOV. 5 8:29 am. All units unable to locate a reported vegetation fire at Highway 101 and Geyserville Avenue. 2:12 pm. Medical aid on North Cloverdale Boulevard for a male student down after smoking a vape pen. Transported to Sutter. 4:48 pm Medical aid on Hillside Drive for a false alarm. Patient was in Colorado having chest pains. Poor telephone communications dispatched EMS to his neighbor‘s house. 5:20 pm. Medical aid on West Fourth Street for a female with a low level of consciousness. No transport. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6 4:29 am. Medical aid on Spring FOLSTEflfi LA KNVSR fiN‘V arouse I saga Court for a female feeling ill. Transported to Memorial. THURSDAY, NOV. 7 4:15 am. Medical aid on Moulton Court for a 75-year-old male with back pain, possibly kidney stones. Transported to Sutter. FRIDAY, NOV. 8 12:17 pm. Medical aid on West Second Street for a 22—year-old male who swallowed pills. Transported to Sutter. 7:34 pm. Smoke check on East Side of the river at First Street Bridge. Campfire. SATURDAY, NOV. 9 12:22 pm. Medical aid on South Cloverdale Boulevard for a female patient with difficulty breathing. Transported to Memorial. 4:52 pm Medical aid on Porterfield Creek Drive for a 59-year-old female with a ground level fall. No transport. 6:23 pm. Structure fire on Oakbrook Lane. False alarm. SUNDAY, NOV. 10 8:21 am. Medical aid on North Main Street for an 81-year-old male with lower gastrointestinal issues. Transported to Sutter. 9:55 am. Medical aid on Barnes Road for a male patient with violence involved. Canceled. 12:47 pm. Medical aid on Gamay Drive for a female patient with a fall from a bicycle. 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