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Cloverdale, California
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November 26, 1997

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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, November 26, 1997 GOLF topographic survey showing con- ditions existing on site in 1994; biological, grading and environ- mental assessments and three rough conceptual alternative site plans including a golf course. Routing of the course was de- signed in part by golf course archi- tect Robert M. Graves. The three site plans were pre- sented to the City in August, 1996 and that was the last time the plan was discussed before the City. The City, in 1995 received ap- proval of the Sonoma County Lo- cal Agency Formation Commis- sion to expand the City's sphere of Influence to take in the Area II planning area. Annexation and subsequent development of any properties within Area II could only occur if they were within the City's Sphere of Influence. Heckel informed the Council of the costs related to such a study SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 26-DECEMBER 2, . r- CLOV RDAL  8qnt In= Townl including $10,000 to $15,000 for a consultant and project manager; $12,000 to $15,000 for a prelimi- nary golf design layout; $12,000 to $23,000 for a marketing study de- pending upon what type of financ- ing was used. Total cost is an esti- mated $34,000 to $53,000. Possible funding sources other than the Redevelopment Agency identified by Heckel include the Economic Development Admin- istration, the community block Grant program and participation by property owners. CENTER out for the next few months in- cluding dissemination of a ques- tionnaire by the committee, soils testing completion of a survey, and retention of an architect to com- plete the initial design phase of the project. Women's Club Christmas meeting scheduled Dec. 3rd Cloverdale Women's Improve- ment Club will hold the Christ- mas meeting on Dec. 3 at I p.m. in the Pat Hare room of the Clover- dale Library. Audrey Ball will be guest speak- er and will give a wreath-making demonstration. Tickets will be drawn for the raffle to benefit the club's scholar- ship fund. Prizes are a painting by local artist Dennis Holler, a hand- made doll and a case of wine. Tick- et holders need not be present to win. Members are reminded to bring items for the monthly white ele- phant table which is another fund- raising project. Light refreshments will be served after the meeting and guests are always welcome. Claim filed against City for sewer repair A claim filed by resident Glen- don Sapp of 404 N. Washington Street, for reimbursement of ex- penses he incurred related to work the City had done on a main sewer line on Washington Street, was rejected and referred to staff by the City Council at the Nov. 19 meeting. The claimant indicated expens- es paid totaled $312.09 for work needed to unplug his sewer line. Homes inventory. triggers infrastructure audit hearing Dec. 17 An inventory of 266 homes like- ly to be built in Cloverdale in 1998 has prompted an audit of the City's infrastructure under provisions of the Growth Management ordi-" lance adopted earlier this year. The City Council has scheduled a public hearing on the infrastruc- ture audit on Dec. 17. Turkeys are not dumb. The domesticated turkey may appear less cunning arid more docile com- pared to the wild turkey whose survival depends on their adjust- ment to a less protected environ- ment. How many poults can one Tom turnkey father? A Tom turkey can produce as many as 1,500 poults during a hen's six month production cycle. Legend has it that lovers met beneath pistachio trees to hear the shells crack open on moonlit nights for the promise of good fortune. Longs Invisible Tape Paper Magic 4" SelflStick Gift Tags 36 CeunL Jisll. Sizes & biers er Peel & Slk Gift TIILII to 11 eOUlL IlmL Extension Cord , WIIIhl or Green (#22456, #2245O, #22460) s15s 99 c , Oleo Wrap Single ROll Candies """ .... ii "'=""" votive.4,Sl "" ' x-lo.n.r,a , Taper I%'lar 14g Shop Locally Longs Offers the Largest Selection of Gifts Dickie's Flannel Shirt IRon.meal Dickies [Reg. S59.991 Non,Hooded SweMsldrt or Sweamants ! American Candy Company Peppermint  Aurora :, SUgteString  herBnght ; llllllrl/IL |#IISU, #lNilTI! ll" 1 LollS II-lli hill ION Bft 12/2117 I Wallets 1 50% OFF'"E," 1 99 =,Wallots : I 1gl| i-1 Aqua Fish Aquarium llllnlll Dinkie Dine Virtual Pet Frog LHll sue V01le Inlllllt W/PurcbNe What better way to keep your sick child rested and occupied than with I iBm a movie FREE with any prescription filled for a child age 12 and under