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PAGE 8- WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1,2010 ~ CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Petcare Services Low Cost Pet Vaccination Clinics Every Saturday from 5 to 6 pm Now Carrying Premium Pet Foods Everyday In Cloverdale At... The helpful place. CLOVERDALE Open Monday - Friday 7:30am-7pm Saturday 8-6 - Sunday 9-5 894-2165 -750 S. CIoverdale Blvd. Fre~ ~6~g FuneraI Ho~e m Clov~dale ~11 again 6~ ~ ~ol!~fio~ ppmt for the Hai day ~Oy~ for Tots program New~ ~nw~pped toys coli6 6 p:m. W~esdayi ~ 15. : iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiFrediiiii~ungiii!~eralHo~i!ii~i iiiililili~ilNiiilo~6diiii!ii~iii~i~8iiiiiN:Clover-ii: ANIMAl, ttOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE Fresh Breath for the Holidavs!!t Does your pet need its teeth cleaned? Want to get rid of that bad breath before family and friends visit? Enjoy an additional $40 offof our already low clinic prices! Special prices until 12/15/10. Call for Appointment! 894-3951 The Cloverdale Lions Club and Two Riders Trading Co. Sun. Dec 5 i~ Registration will be at The Cloverdale Citrus F from 9:00 - 11:00 am 1 Citrus Fair Drive Pack Ride with Santa Claus Cloverdale, California 12:00 - 1:00 pm Lion's Famous BBQ 1:00 - 2:00 pm Raffle Prizes 50/50 Raffle Live Music Full No Host Bar" * ADMISSION IS ONE NEW UNWRAPPED TOY * For additional information, please contact Geraldo at (707) 894-3910 or 3ay at (707) 23%0500 We sincerely thank you for helping us to help our community. This event is open to the public. -- Motorcycle is optional -- Just bring one new unwrapped toy! Presented by Jeff and Tina Tate DISPELLING MILEAGE FALSEHOODS To get the most mileage out of your vehicle, it may help to dispel some com- mon myths. The first of these involves a comparison between the amount of fuel needed to start a vehicle versus allowing it to idle. Since idling costs a quarter- to a half-gallon of fuel per hour, it pays to turn off any vehicle that is going to sit for more than a couple minutes. Today's vehicles can be driven seconds after starting. Last- ly, it is not true that older vehicles neces- sarily have worse fuel economy than when they were new, and using high-octane fuel unnecessarily will not improve mileage. As long as an automobile is properly main- tained, it should get good fuel mileage. HINT: According to Consumer Federa- tion of America, if we achieved a 50-mile- per-gallon car fleet in America, this country could save more oil than the entire proven reserves in the Gulf of Mexico. Ot CO~! We a!! want t0 get ~he ~St te~n e~S ~i!! ~ hap~ to :makesure y0U're gett:~g yo~r m0~ey!S worth from We Offer Service ~ile y0u;wa!ti ~ we!L ear y-b rd a.d alter-h0urs 6ro~ eft because precious you~ time is. :Dealership Expertise, Hometown Service Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, located at 210 So. Cloverdale Blvd., Downtown Ctoverdale 707-894-1072 ease PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES Please fill out the following form: rill Ill I Ill l lllllll ml llBI [] New Listing I I [] Name Correction, Address or Number I I [] Delete Listing I I I I Name I I I Address (optional): I II Phone Number: I Comments: I I I I I I I ,=.= =II Please complete this form and mail to the: Cloverdale Reveille, POB 157, Cloverdale CA 95425 Or stop by our office at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. In honor of their 10th anniversary in Cloverdale, Jose and Mary Pelayo, owners of Piacere Ristorante Italiano, are hosting a combination holi- day open house and 10th anniversary party on Monday, Dec. 13 starting at 4 p.m. They invite their customers to enjoy music by a trio of local musicians, savories and other refreshments. You are asked respectfully to keep the kids at home. This event is for adults only. Plan to stop by and congratulate Mary and Jose for 10 years of fine dining in Clover- dale. Congratulations to you and your staff for providing 10 years of delicious food and excellent service. Stephanie Reitzell, owner of Tranquility Massage & Spa, located downtown on N. Cloverdale Blvd., welcomes Cloverdale resident and esthetician Teresa Lewis. She will be offering facials and waxing. An- other welcome goes out to Lizzy Gilbertson, a CHS senior who is the spa's part-time receptionist. For more information call 707-494-3030 or email steph.reitz@mac.com. Mark your calendars for the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce and the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce's combined holiday mixer host- ed by Asti Winery on Thursday, Dec. 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Appetiz- ers will be provided and Cellar No. 8 and Souverain wines will be poured. In addition, there will be discounts on wine and retail merchan- dise. There is no admission charge and all local business people are invited to attend this holiday tradition. Cloverdale resident and Studio 128 owner, Mia Munselle, has an- nounced the addition of Julie Keel to the salon's creative team. "Ac- cording to Munselle, "Keel is a highly regarded hairstylist and business woman in Sonoma County. Her career began with extensive training in Berkeley working at Peter Thomas Hair. Later she moved back to Healdsburg, where she lived for many years. She built a loyal clientele during a seven year tenure at Perfect Image and then took ownership of Salon Studio, also in Healdsburg for 10 years before purchasIng Bel Fiore Hair Studio located inside the Airport Club in Santa Rosa." Mun- selle goes on to say, "Her knowledge and experience of hair trends and styles is invaluable, not to mention her desire to continue learning new techniques and sharing those that are tried and true." Appointments are welcome by calling 857-9886 or book an appointment online at www.studio128.com. Studio 128 is located at 21057 Geyserville Ave. in Geyserville. Mike MacDonald, has announced the establishment of his heating and air conditioning business, North Bay Commercial Services, Inc. after being in the HVAC industry for over 23 years. MacDonald lives in Cloverdale with his wife Dianna and their three sons, Denton, Cole and Tanner. On July 1, 2010 North Bay Commercial Services, Inc. was "born." It is a licensed union shop and is bonded and insured. The company carries all major brands including the Carrier and Trane prod- uct lines. Commercial chillers and boilers are also a specialty. North Bay Commercial Services, Inc. installs, maintains, services and repairs for commericial, industrial and residential customers. If your heating or air conditioning system needs to be upgraded or replaced, there is a $1500 federal tax credit which expires on Dec. 31, 2010. So, don't delay, call North Bay Commercial Services, Inc. for more information at 707-953- 6493 or email northbayhvac@comcast.net. North Bay Commercial Services, Inc. a heating and air conditioning company, is owned by Mike MacDonald, an industry veteran for over 23 years. He is pictured with his wife Dianna, and their three sons, Denton, Cole and Tanner. North Bay Commercial Services provides repairs, maintenance and installation for commercial, industrial and residential customers. M/crosoft- Your first and only stop for all your computer needs Serving Sonoma, Lake& Mendocino Counties Call today we me: today: 707,894'3201 I Cloverdale senior Lizzie Gilbertson is now the part-time receptionist at Tranquility Massage & Spa. Soroptimists seek award applicants The Soroptimist Club of Clover- dale is looking for young women who are active in the community to apply for the Violet Richardson award. If you are between the ages of 14 and 17 and participate in vol- unteer service that helps make our community a better place, you are encouraged to apply. The award honors a girl who has donated time and energy to causes that make a difference in the lives of women and children such as working to end discrimination and poverty, fighting drugs, crime and violence, mentoring disadvantaged girls, and cleaning up the environ- ment. The winner will receive a check, and her volunteer organization a contribution. The application asks for a short essay that describes your volunteer service. Applications are available in the office at the Cloverdale and Geyserville high sqhopls. Or you can call Marcia Babb at 217-8782. The deadline for applying is Dec. 15, 2010. Applicants cannot be over the age of 17 as of Dec. 1. -Marcia Babb Community Christmas Sing Along The combined choirs of the Unit- ed Church of Cloverdale and Vine- yard Hills Christian Church invite the people of Cloverdale to cele- brate the Spirit of Christmas with a "Cloverdale Christmas Sing Along," Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at the Unit- ed Church of Cloverdale, 439 N. Cloverdale Blvd. The "Sing Along" will feature a variety of Christmas Carols and the finale will be selections from Handel's "Mes- siah" ending with the "Hallelujah Chorus. Admission is Free. For more in- formation call 894-2039. -Thelma Craig CITY OF CLOVERDALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ADOPTION OF CITY OF CLOVERDALE ORDINANCE NO. 676-2010 BY REFERENCE OF CALIFOR- NIA BUILDING STANDARDS CODE AS AMENDED TO REFLECT LOCAL CONDITIONS (PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTIONS 36933, 6066 AND 50022.3) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on November 10, 2010 the City Council of the City of CIoverdale introduced for first reading an ordinance (676-2010) repealing of Chapters 15.00 through 15.18 and Chapter 15.35 of Title 15 of the Cloverdale Municipal Code and adopting by reference the 2010 California Building Standards Code, Title 24, as adopted by the California Building Standards Commission, which includes adoption of the 2010 California Building Standards Administrative Code (Part 1 of Title 24) including Tables; the 2010 California Building Code (Part 2 of Title 24) including Tables and Appendices C, F, G, H, I, and J; the 2010 California Residential Building Code (Part 2.5 of Title 24) including Tables and Appendix H; the 2010 California Electrical Code (Part 3 of Title 24)including Tables and Appen- dices A, B, C, D, F, and G; the 2010 California Mechanical Code (Part 4 of Title 24) including Tables and Appendices; the 2010 California Plumbing Code (Part 5 of Title 24) including Tables and Appendices A, B, D, G, I, and K; the 2010 California Energy Code (Part 6 of Title 24) including Tables; the 2010 California Historical Building Code (Part 8 of Title 24) including Tables and Appendices; the 2010 California Fire Code (Part 9 of Title 24) with Appendices, Standards and NFPA Standards for Refer- ence; the 2010 California Existing Building Code (Part 10 of Title 24) including Tables and Appendices; the 2010 California Green Building Standards Code (Part 11 of Title 24) including Tables and Appendices; the 2010 California Reference Standards Code (Part 12 of Title 24) including Tables; and the 2009 International Code Council Property Maintenance Code. The 2011 California Building Standards Code becomes effec- tive statewide on January 1, 2011. The City can make local amendments to the code based on local climatic, geological and topographical conditions by listing the amendments in the adoption process. The City is amending the Building Code to: 1 ) add an occupancy category for assisted living and social reha- bilitation facilities; 2) require carbon monoxide alarms in all residences; and 3) reflect the more specific construction re- quirements set by the State Fire Marshall. The Residential Building Code is a new part of the code that contains life and safety requirements and prescriptive construction provisions for residential and assisted living facility occupancies and acces- sory structures. The Electrical Code has been amended to require arc fault protection in most areas of a dwelling and ground fault protection in buildings other than dwelling units, as well as dwelling units. The Plumbing Code Chapter 16A con- cerning the requirements for "Non-Potable Water Reuse Sys- tems" has been completely re-written to reflect local conditions. The 2009 International Property Maintenance Code has been added to provide referenced standards for maintenance of all buildings, replacing the 1997 Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings. The Green Building Standards Code is a new section that contains baseline measures designed to limit the effect of building structures on the environment through planning, design, energy efficiency, water efficiency/conserva- tion, material conservation/resource efficiency and environmen- tal air quality. FURTHER NOTICE IS GIVEN that the City Council will conduct a Public Hearing on the 8t" day of December, 2010 on or about 6:30 p.m. at the Cloverdale Senior Center, 311 N Main Street, Cloverdale, CA 95425, for consideration and possible adoption of the ordinance described above which, upon second reading, if approved, will adopt by reference the codes listed above, with certain amendments based on local conditions. These codes are intended to provide minimum standards to safeguard life, limb, health, property, and public welfare by regulating and controlling design, construction, quality of mate- rials, use and occupancy, location and maintenance of all buildings and structures within the City of Cloverdale and certain equipment specifically regulated by these codes. All interested citizens will have an opportunity to give written and oral comment at the public hearing. Copies of all relevant codes are on file with the office of the City Clerk and are available for public inspection at City Hall, 124 N. CIoverdale Blvd. Clover- dale, CA, Monday through Friday, during normal working hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Jill Garibaldi Deputy City Clerk 1551576.1 #618 Nov. 24, Dec. 1,2010