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PAGE 2- WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1,2010 • CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Monday, Nov. 22 that has fallen on School St. was an argument between siblings 8.-49 a.m. Report of a few of the 10:37 a.m. Report of a vehicle on over food. windows broken at Vintage Mead- S. Cloverdale Blvd. parked in hand- 11:35 a.m. Report of juveniles ows Park. icap parking, and it does not have a smoking marijuana in the dug out 9:17 a.m. Caller on Third St. re- placard at the City Park. ports his vehicle was hit sometime 11:20 p.m. Report of the theft of a 12:44 p.m. Report of two subjects last night, wine barrel planter on Chelsea Cir. parked in the area of W. Brookside 10:44 a.m. Report of loud music Report taken. Dr. Officer reports they are mainte- coming from a vehicle parked on N. 12:57 p.m. Officer out with a nance workers only. Cloverdale Blvd. group of skateboarders in the area 3:09 p.m. Report of a tenant act- 11:05 a.m. Citizen requests to dis- of the Vet's Building. ing strangely on King Cir. pose of unused needles. 3:09 p.m. Officer arrested a sub- 3:26 p.m. Report of a patron's 11:28 a.m. Citizen requests toject on Church Ln. for drug par- purse stolen from a local salon. Re- speak to an officer regarding a sub- aphenalia and violation of parole, port taken. ject. 4:56 p.m. Report of a runaway ju- 4:09 p.m. Citizen requests to 2:28 p.m. Request to speak to an venile in the area of Railroad Ave. speak with an officer regarding a officer regarding identity theft. 4:57 p.m. Report of graffiti on N. dispute with another subject. 7:30 p.m. Report of a wallet that Cloverdale Blvd. 7:02 p.m. Report of a subject who was lost at Clover Cinema. 11:28 p.m. Report of a woman ly- left a local restaurant without pay- 7:58 p.m. Request to speak to an ing in the parking lot behind Bali's ing. Report taken. officer regarding being threatened. Liquors. Subject was arrested for 8:13 p.m. Report of two male ju- Tuesday, Nov. 23 being drunk in public, venlles, around seven years old, 6:49 a.m. Request for an officer on Wednesday, Nov. 24 sitting by a fence outside of Chev- Treadway Dr. for a truck that 10:49a.m. Report of a disturbance ron. They look like they may be lost. backed into a sign. between an adult and a juvenile 9:51 p.m. Officer out with five 8:03 a.m. Report of a second tree near McDonalds. Officer reports it subjects near the bus barn at CHS. • Temperatures • H__ighLow Rain Nov. 22 54 41 .19 Nov. 23 52 46 .32 Nov. 24 55 32 Nov. 25 58 31 Nov. 26 52 32 Nov. 27 53 41 .66 Nov. 28 55 32 .03 Rainfall YTD 9.75" -- Last YTD 4.96" Data from CI0verdale Fire Dept. 11:58 p.m. Request for an officer to check the welfare of a male juve- nile in the area of McCray Rd. Thursday, Nov. 25 12:32 a.m. Report of a loud party on Elbridge Ave. Officer contacted the responsible party who reported guests were leaving. 9:54 a.m. Citizen reports the plas- tic fencing at the daycare area of Jefferson School has been knocked and the screens have been removed from the sand box. 10:38 a.m. Report of a possible dog bite attack on Venezia Way. Officer reports no dog bite and dog has been contained by its owner. 11:34 a.m. Subject calling from Texas is concerned for her friend in Cloverdale that is going to ride her electric scooter up to Cloverdale Health Care to spend Thanksgiving with her husband. Caller was as- sured that the subject lived very close to the center and would be fine. 6:15 p.m. Report of loud music in the area of S. Cloverdale Blvd. Of- ficer reports subjects have a DJ and will be entirely done by 10 p.m. 11:24 p.m. Report of someone possibly trying to enter their resi- dence through the back door. Offic- er arrested a subject for being drunk in public. Friday, Nov. 26 6:23 a.m. Caller on W. Brookside reports her neighbors are using the water from her spigot to wash off the windshield of their vehicle. 5:12 p.m. Citizen requests to i iJiJi i i ~ , .... [ Aesthetic Skincor, & ! Pe nent Make-up Center 4, New Office in Cloverdalel 707-539-3331 1 LorrQir- e , 111 Sonoma Ave. Ste, 208 Sonta Ro , CA 95405 vendors ,..viii provide enough ideas to fill anyone's wis list, from stocking stuffers to that perfect unique gift. . Live holiday music , Assortment of yummy appetizers and desserts vacation, destinations. . " e holiday season while Bring famdY and friends and kick off t,h supporting a good cause. z:30nm • Admission is free Dec 4th • = • •a,,., r -- Senior Living (Across from Seghesio Winery on (jrove 4 From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille Matters that are More or Less of Interest By ]oyceMann December 5, 1885 125 years ago Local Items: • We have had enough rain for the present. • The matrimonial market in the county is active. • Vacant houses are a scarce article in Cloverdale. • A turkey shooting match will take place during the holidays. • Business was quite brisk in town last Wednesday. The pleasant weather brought the farmers to town. • A shooting gallery has opened in the Cloverdale hotel building. December 1, 1960 - 50 years ago: • A deadlock has developed in the purchase of the tract of land for the site of the proposed local airport. Action by Sonoma County to purchase the site was dependent upon an agreement by the U. S. Army Engineers Corps to construct the necessary flood and erosion protection along the 600 foot, extreme southeast side of the 3,000 foot strip. The Army engi- neers said they feel they cannot undertake the job until there is something tangible to protect. On the other hand the court is unwill- ing to purchase the land until there is firm assurance the flood hazard will be corrected. In the event progress cannot be made on this particular piece of land, the county appraiser is going to in- spect an alternate and more ex- pensive site on the east side of the river. • Christmas lights and decorations are expected to go up on West Street and East First Street over the next weekend. The lights and decorations will be rented from the same Santa Rosa firm as last year. Cost is expected to be $520. The merchants committee of the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce is in charge of arranging for the lights and putting them up. It was empha- sized by the committee that the decorations will be different from those of last year. December 4, 1985 - 25 years ago: • Cloverdale will host the state muster teams. Most of the muster activities will take place in front of Washington School. Various food booths to accommodate participants and guest will be available. • There will be a community meeting to discuss the possibility of a youth club in Cloverdale. Regional manager of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America will be the guest speaker. The presentation will center on what steps are needed to establish a youth center in Cloverdale, what funding is available and what the club has to offer our young people. speak with an officer regarding her nience store reports after angry ex-husband who didn't pick their words with a female patron, she children up on time. slammed a "Hot Pocket" type prod- 5:54 p.m. Request to speak to an uct on the counter top causing a officer regarding the tables and mess. Report taken. benches at Pick's being moved. Cit- 12:24 p.m. Citizen brought in a izen requested extra patrol, broken street sign found on her 7:05 p.m. Report of a physicaldoorstep. fight in front of Cloverdale Library. 1:56 p.m. Report of someone is Officer reports subjects were in a sleeping in the doorway of the city loud argument. Officer warned and pool and would like them moved advised group, along. Officer reports the subject 9:15 p.m. Caller reports three to was trying to stay dry while wait- five vehicles parked ~ an area with ing for the bus. .... : . signs that .say "no parking, any- * 4:28 p.m. Caller from Goodwill time." Industries reports a subject is in the Saturday, Nov. 27 store that has been asked to leave 4:20 a.m. Caller from local conve- >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 • Custom Window Treatments i Floor Plans Room • Oo .. Open Tuesday- Saturday 894-8665 115 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Ne on's Choose & Cut I Douglas Fir & White Fir Playground for the kids! 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