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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 2011 -- Page 3 CONT. CONT. Blvd. Blvd. 10:35 p.m. Male subject requests 5:22 p.m. Report of a dog barking to speak with an officer regarding for the last few days on Tarman Dr. being threatened by his neighbor. 6:22 p.m. Caller on Primrose Ln. Friday, Nov. 25 requests an officer's assistance with 12:06 a.m. Report of loud music an adult daughter. Officer coun- on S. Cloverdale Blvd. seled all involved subjects. 1:01 a.m. Caller reports he wit- 6:49 p.m. Report of a subject nessed a small compact car, full of speeding in the area of Venezia people, go over the curb on S. Clo- Way. Officer warned and advised verdale Blvd. subject. 5:19 a.m. Caller on Vista View re- 7:58 p.m. Report of a strong ports an unknown subject drives to chemical smell in the area of N. Clo- this area and leaves his car running verdale Blvd. for about 30 minutes. Caller thinks 8:11 p.m. Citizen requests to he may be stealing out of cars. speak with an officer regarding her 9:07 a.m. Citizen reports being 15 year old son. the victim of a petty theft. 9:42 p.m. Report of loud music on 3:07 p.m. Caller on Chablis Way N. Cloverdale Blvd. reports someone let the air out of 11:12 p.m. Report of a male sub- his tires or vandalized them. ject standing on the corner of E. 5:55 p.m. 911 caller reports aFirst St./East St. just asked her stalled vehicle in the middle of the brother if he had any drugs to sell. intersection on E. First St. Sunday, Nov. 27 6:01 p.m. Report of a possible2:13 a.m. Officer out on N. Jeffer- drunk driver on S. Cloverdale Blvd. son St. for a parking violation. Officer contacted driver who was 12:25 a.m. Officer out on Oak- not drunk, brook Ln. for a residence with the 7:43 p.m. Report of a small group front door open. Officer reports the of juveniles trying to break into a residence checked OK. green utility box on Merlot Dr. 2:38 p.m. Caller reports five tran- 7:57 p.m. Caller on Monaco Cir. sients are loitering on the back pa- reports a family disturbance involv- tio at Papa's Pizza. Officer moved ing an adult son. subjects along. 9:31 p.m. Caller on N. Main St. 5:41 p.m. Report of a hit and run reports he thinks someone may on W. Second St. have been in his home while he was 7:45 p.m. Citizen reports he may gone. have lost his wallet in the area of 11:29 p.m. Caller from a local mo- Quik Stop. tel requests an officer's assistance with tenants who were being very loud. Saturday, Nov. 26 2:22 a.m. Caller on W. Second St. reports his neighbor has been drinking and is making lots of noise. Officer warned and advised subject. 10:05 a.m. Caller reports an issue with a neighbor on Chablis Way. 12:20 p.m. Report of a dead squir- rel in the roadway on S. Cloverdale Monday, Nov. 21 Medical aid on Railroad Ave. for a female fall victim with minor in- juries. Public assist on Honeysuckle Ct. for a smoke detector malfunction. Medical aid on Cherry Creek for an unresponsive male. Report of a vehicle off the road- way and subjects with minor inju- ries on Asti Rd. ......... Tuesday, Nov. 22 ' Public assist on Clark Ave. for a fall victim with minor injuries. Medical aid on Tarman Dr. for a female subject not feeling well. Wednesday, Nov. 23 Medical aid on Ottoboni Dr. for a female having a seizure. Medical aid on King Cir. for a 92 year old female with an altered lev- el of consciousness. Medical aid on River Rd. for an 81 year old female fall victim. Thursday, Nov. 24 Motorcyclist down on Geysers Rd. with injuries to his back and ribs. Medical aid for a female subject down on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Public assist on Porterfield Creek for a male fall victim. Friday, Nov. 25 Medical aid on Vista View Dr. for a 35 year old female having sei- zures. Medical aid on Clark Ave. for a 69 year old female with pain in her back and abdomen. Medical aid on Cherry Creek for two male fall victims. Saturday, Nov. 26 Vehicle accident on River Rd. Single vehicle contained two sub- jects with minor injuries. Public assist on Chablis for a strong smell of gas inside a resi- dence. Sunday, Nov. 27 Medical aid on S. Main St. for an unresponsive person. Parkside Chapel's Christmas musical Dec. 11 Parkside Christian Chapel will be presenting a new Christmas musi- cal Angels We Have Heard, created by Dave Clark and Jayme Thomp- son. Come join Sam, Halo, Slim, Sky- ler, Holly and a host of angels as they prepare to make the biggest announcement ever-the birth of Jesus. They think it should be an- nounced in Paris or Rome-any- where but Bethlehem. Nothing ever happens in Bethlehem. Director Melba Rilea invites you to enjoy this presentation on Sun- day, Dec. 11 at 6 p.m. The church is located at 553 W. Second St., across from the City Park. Christmas ChildY ..... and a hall I worked 12 hours a day, seven days a week. We really need- ed to cut costs," Nixon recalled. Then and now h6 employs local high school and college students to help out. The restaurant has al- lowed many teens to learn business fundamentals and operations for the past 23 years. In 1994 he was asked to be on the Cloverdale Planning Commission, on which he served for five years. As a small downtown business owner, he felt it was important to be involved with decisions that might affect his and neighboring businesses. This was during the time that the Del Webb/Clover Springs development was pro- posed for Cloverdale. At that time the subdivision project was contro- ma nomination, Nixon humbly versial. One camp felt that it would said, '!I really appreciate this and use up the city's water, sewer, po- none of us do this expecting lice, medical and fire resources and awards. We do it as part of our corn- the other felt that Clover Springs mitment to our community. I am would be a boon to the local econo- honored to be among the people my. who have received the Spirit of While on the planning commis- Sonoma County award. " Past Clo- sion, Nixon also took a position on verdale recipients are Alan Furber, the Cloverdale Chamber of Com- Sr., Ed Bowen, then from Exchange merce. Bank, Will Jopson, from Ace Hard- In 1995 he married his wife De- ware;Sydney Sciaini, of Antiques & naire. Four years later, in 1999, Uniques, Iris Konik, of Century 21- Mike left the planning commission Les R~,an Realty, Bonnie Wlodarc- and the chamber to spend more zyk, of the Cloverdale Citrus Fair, time with his family. But just two Pamela Mandela, of Cloverdale months later he was asked to fill an KOA,, Gus Wolter, representing open seat on the city council. Using Safe-Bidco, Bruce Reuser, of Reus- his finance background, he single- er, Inc., Mary Ann Brigham, from handedly took a hard look at the Ruth McGowan's Brewpub and the city's budget and discovered pay- Cloverdale Performing Arts Center roll tax irregularities that went back and Neena Hanchett of the Clover- several years.The final outcome dale Reveille. meant that the city had to pay Nixon will be joined by his fami- $100,000 in penalties and ultimate- ly, civic leaders, chamber board ly the city manager and finance members and fellow business peo- manager lost their jobs. ple when he receives his award this Nixon ran for re-election and was Friday, Dec. 2 at the Doubletree seated for a four year term which Hotel in Rohnert Park. "When a person goes out on industrial leave, they get their full salary, included a year as Cloverdale's partially tax exempt, for 60 days," Howatt said, noting that if you can get mayor. He was the youngest mayor people back to work sooner, even if they are receiving some compensa- in Cloverdale history, tion, it still saves the district money. "When a school employee is off work, In 2001 Nixon entered the field of RESIG pays the statutory Temporary Disability (TD) rate, which is less financial planning which entailed than their full salary. The school district then makes up the difference much training. He also started between that and their full pay for 60 days. The TD is tax exempt; plus the working with John Yepiz in addi- state has mandated an increase in the TD rate beginning in January of tion to overseeing the restaurant. 2012," Howatt said. ~" At that time he also served on the He said resistance to a "return to work," program is based on the fear now defunct North Coast Wine and that workers wouldn't be able to do the whole job or that they might re- Visitor Center, as a member of the injure themselves. He said if the program is properly monitored thi city's Economic Development shouldn't be a problem. He stressed that he wasn't insinuating tha~ Commission and on the Sonoma CUSD's employees were "malingering," but that modified duty is a good~ County Travel and Tourism board, way to get people back to work and save the district money in the long His ongoing commitment to Clo- run. verdale is evident as he continues He also said that employees are entitled to compensation and that the to serve on the Cloverdale Cham- district cannot retaliate. "Workers comp is no fault insurance," he stressed, ber of Commerce and Senior Center He did note that the district has a good record as far as safety training boards; goes, and that the district's biggest claim is over and the rate should start In response to his Spirit of Sono- going lower by next year. ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDA[.,I. Do your friends or family have pets? Give them the gift of taking great care of their beloved pet with a gift certificate to the Animal Hospital of Cloverdale. Buy $75 worth of gift certificates and get a $25 gift certificate for FREE. Call for Appointment! 894-3951 The Clovordale Lions Club 14th Sunday Dec. @ Annual Toy Run Registration will be From 9:00 to llam Pack Ride with Santa Claus 12:00- 1:0~ pm Lions Famous BBQ 1:00 - 2:00 pm - Raffle Prizes. 50/50 Raffle - Music - Full No Host Bar - 8o Drive, Walk or Ride Over For a 9reat Time and For a Great Cause! "Operation ADMI [0N: ,ONENEW PEDTOY :2* ~.; .~, ,,~4.. o ~., ~ll help ~ taro ~ ~ ~,~ ~ ...... * ~,~=,,~:-,~;,, ..... Geraldo at {/07) 2~0-0945 or Jay at ('/IF/) 239.0500 We sincerely thank you for helping us to help the community This event is open to the public. -- Motorcycle is optional -- Just bring one new unwrapped toy! spurs action at First Baptist Church On Nov. 13, the folks at First Bap- tist Church were overjoyed to hear that 70 shoe boxes of Christmas gifts was the total they had brought for deprived children in less devel- oped countries. The church goal had been 50, but 70 was so much better! Samaritan's Purse, an interna- tional Christian organization, will be shipping these gifts to children in countries where the needs are unimaginable. This project is called Operation Christmas Child. The children receiving the gifts will find clothing, toys, hygiene products, and school supplies. One unique gift in each box will be a small story book about Jesus writ- ten in their own native language. We at First Baptist are happy to have this opportunity to bless the children with an expression of the love of Jesus Christ. May the true Spirit of Christmas rest on all of us. -Louise Johnson Cloverdale Cloverdale There is a solution: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS A.A. 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The driver was concealable firearm. identified as Daniel Edward Young was arrested, and held, on Young, 49, of Cloverdale. A records multiple charges, including posses- check revealed that Young's driv- sion of a concealed firearm, posses- ers license had expired in 2005. The sion of an unregistered firearm, officer determined that Young was possession of marijuana, and driv- not under the influence, then con- ing while unlicensed. -Jonathan ducted a search of the vehicle based Sloat CELEBRATING 100 YEARS! Locally Owned & Operated Lovingly Preserved B&B 4 wonderfully decorated/furnished guest rooms, 2BD/2BA Carriage House + owners quarters. Close to town. www.cloverdaleteagarden.com $849,000 Ron & Jane Pavelka 894-1575 Private 39+/- Acre Parcel Stunning views, lg. bldg.area of 5+ acres of mostly level land. 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