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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2, 2009 -- Page 3 O POLICE LOG CONT. O MEDICAL CENTER CONT. driveway. Vehicle was moved upon request. 1:35 p.m. 911 caller on Healds- burg Ave. reports her sister sprayed her with mace. Matter was re- solved. 4:46 p.m. Caller reports a possi- ble DUI driver all over the road on northbound Hwy. 101. Officer re- ports negative DUI, subject was ar- rested on a Marin County warrant. Friday, Nov. 27 12:51 a.m. Caller would like to speak to an officer about an alterca- tion that took place at the Dante. 1:09 a.m. 911 caller reports his ex- tremely drunk mother just got into her car and left Hwy. 128 headed towards Cloverdale. 5:39 a.m. Caller reports a male subject is possibly panhandling and is walking in and out of traffic on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Officer warned and advised subject. 8:24 a.m. Caller reports a male subject is driving recklessly in the area of Foothill Blvd. FIRE CALLS Monday, Nov. 23 Public assist on Josephine Dr. Tuesday, Nov. 24 Fire crew responded to an un- known type fire on Main St. Medical aid on Josephine Dr. for an 83 year old male fall victim. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Rd. For an 82 year old female with high blood pressure. Medical aid on Josephine Dr. for an 84 year old male who is not feel- ing well and can't move. Wednesday, Nov. 25 Public assist on Clover Springs Dr. Thursday, Nov. 26 Medical aid on Furber Ln. for a female with a possible stroke. Medical aid on N. Cloverdale Blvd. for a motorcycle accident. Medical aid on Foothill Blvd. for a male subject having a possible stroke. Medical aid on Mountain Pine Rd. for a male fall victim with a possible dislocated hip. Medical aid on Porterfield Creek for a female subject with stroke symptoms. Medical aid on Franklin St. for a male subject with stroke symptoms. Friday, Nov. 27 Medical aid on Asti Rd. for a mo- i torcycle accident. ;~Fi~.rew respQnded to River Rd. f~-~a; S~:t~tion of ~e that was on fire~Ixi~(o the imp~6r disposal of a~'~~ ..... ~Y" ? Public assist on E. First St. for an odor investigation. i Medical aid on Cherry Creek for . a nine year old male with a lacera- tion from a fall. Medical aid on Plumeria Ct. for : an elderly female with a laceration on her leg. Saturday, Nov. 28 Report of smoke coming from a heater at the Hamburger Ranch. Sunday, Nov. 29 Medical aid on Triplett Dr. for a 16 year old male subject who is ill. 10:51 a.m. Caller on W. 4th St. requests a civil standby for a child exchange. 2:33 p.m. Officer out on N. Clo- verdale Blvd. for a suspicious unoc- cupied vehicle. 3:32 p.m. 911 disconnect on Cab- ernet Ct. Officer reports it was an accidental misdial by a 10 year old boy. 11:45 p.m. Officer out with two female juveniles. Parents were con- tacted. Saturday, Nov. 28 1:33 a.m. Caller on Brookside Dr. requests an officer check her resi- dence. 2:07 a.m. Caller on W. First St. reports loud music coming from a house on W. First St./Los Colinas. Officer reports it was a TV and was turned down upon request. 8:49 a.m. Officer out on E. 4th St. for a moving violation citation. 11:20 a.m. Officer out on W. 2nd St. for a parking complaint. 3:44 p.m. Caller on S. Cloverdale Blvd. reports loud music. Caller states situation is turning into a ver- bal argument. Officer reports mat- ter was resolved. 4:56 p.m. Report of loud music on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 7:53 p.m. Caller on Alana Way reports a vehicle is blocking her ga- rage/driveway. Officer reports no parking violation. Vehicle was parked legally. 8:04 p.m. 911 disconnect at Pe- king Palace. On call back, the wait- ress answered and reported it was a juvenile playing with the phone. 10:43 p.m. Officer arrested a sub- ject for driving on a suspended li- cense. Report taken. Sunday, Nov. 29 2:24 a.m. Caller reports a possible drunk driver on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Officer reports was not a drunk driver, the vehicle is extremely overloaded. 5:09 a.m. Caller at Patriot Gas Sta- tion reports a subject is pumping gas into a large gas tank in the back of a UHAUL pickup truck. Officer reports subject is a paying custom- er. 10:04 a.m. Caller reports two when the device is dropped. Care- givers are also aware when the de- vice is not being worn, which helps them encourage compliance with their family member. Chris Otto, whose personal fami- ly experiences helped give birth to the system, is co-founder of Halo Monitoring, Inc. He says, "Studies have shown that when a senior adult must push the button to ini- tiate an alert, it only happens about 20% of the time. Either they can't or are reluctant to do so." The system was developed by Otto and partner Chirag Patel who is responsible for the online inter- face which allows a family member or authorized caregiver to remotely "check in" on a parent via the Inter- net and make sure they are safe. The caregiver can log onto a pass- word-protected website to observe the senior's level of activity and vi- tals. Halo Monitoring partnered with Microsoft Health Vault in de- veloping a system that securely manages the health data myHalo@ subscribers. The systems are light and comfortably worn under cloth- ing and while in the shower, where many falls occur. In addition to leasing the myHa- 1o@ systems in AVRMC's Northern Sonoma County service area, their soda machines at the CHS gym were forcibly entered and the mon- ey was taken along with internal electrical components. Report tak- en. 6:22 p.m. Caller on Clark Ave. re- ports tools were taken out of his unlocked vehicle while it was parked on Clark Ave. Report taken. 9:52 p.m. Officer arrested a sub- ject for driving without a license on Railroad Ave. Report taken. 10:03 p.m. Caller on Cherry Creek Rd. reports finding an in- jured owl Caller was provided with Bird Rescue's phone number. 11:07 p.m. Caller on N. Washing- ton St. reports loud music coming from a residence. Officer reports music was coming from a vehicle and was turned off upon request. Ooverflate Fire PtotectiomDis; ~cL will be; conducting :numerous~ Struct~;~fi~ :training bums :tni~!he between 7 a~m. and~ 3-m. 8Ia~ If~iyo~:~iSho~Id have~:;~any ques, tionSii!!::ipl;ease:~::~r~ta~: Battalion Chief::: Rick: Blackm!cm;i at :8~i Caterersoughtfor Citrus Fair's Cabaret The Cabaret Players are back! On Saturday and Sunday evening, Feb. 13 and 14, the Cabaret Plavers will perform a "USO" show to delight and entertain show goers. The Citrus Fair is seeking cater- ers who would like place a bid to cater both evenings. The evening fare includes appetizers, buffet din- ner, dessert and coffee. A request for proposal "RFP" may be picked up at the Citrus Fair Office, 1 Citrus Fair Drive, Cloverdale. LOOKINGFOR LOCAL COMING EVEN TS? THEN CHECK OUT OUR WEEKLY CALENDAR ON PAGE 9 LIVING TRUST SEMINAR PLAN NOW INSTE~ OF THE COURT DECIDING LATER WILLS DO NOTAVOID PROBATE We will explain how to transfer your HOME to your family without probate fees!!! NOVATO Days Inn 8141 Redwood Blvd. Tues., Dec. 8th -3:30 to 4:45 pm ROHNERT PARK Community Center 5401 Snyder Lane Tues., Dec. 8t~ - 6:30 to 7:45 pm WINDSOR Grange Hall 9161 Starr Road Wed., Dec. 9th -10 to 11:15 am LAKEPORT CLEARLAKE CLOVERDALE Yacht Club Best Western El Grande Inn Cloverdale C of C th 15 5 Street 15135 Lakeshore Drive 105 N. Cloverdale Blvd. th Wed., Dec. 9 - 4 to 5:15 pm Wed., Dec. 9th - 6:30 to 7:45 pm Wed., Dec. 9th - 1 to 2:15 pm SANTA ROSA Steele Lane Comm. Center 415 Steele Lane Thurs., Dec. 10t~ - 10 to 11:15 am NAPA Round Table 3331 Solano Ave. Thurs., Dec. 10th -- 1 to 2:15 pm SONOMA I Community Center 276 E. Napa Street Thurs., Dec. 10th - 4 to 5:15 pm AMERICAN CANYON Gaia Napa Valley Hotel & Spa 3600 Broadway Street Thurs., Dec. 10t~ - 6:30 to 7:45 pm WHY ITsS RISKY TO USE NON-ATToRNEY, DO IT YOURSELF OR INTERNET TRUSTS EVERY HOMEOWNER - SINGLE OR MARRIED - SHOULD ATTEND THIS SEMINAR Keep your affairs private and out of the courts Guardianship issues for your children Danger of Joint Tenancy Provisions for your grandchildren How to reduce or eliminate estate taxes * What happens without a Living Trust Reservations Recommended 1-800-350-6376 Married couples encouraged to attend together Presented by: ALPHA OMEGA FAMILY SERVICES Representing AmeriEstate Legal Plan, Inc All new clients are provided with consultations by an independent qualified attorney who will help you determine the best plan for your family. An independent licensed Notary Public, who may be a licei~sed insurance agent, will deliver your documents when completed. Protecting America's Families and Homes from Beginning to End Bring this flyer and receive $300 offyour Living Trust package at the Seminar. SHACK co.T. Community Wellness Project serves as the sole resource for the systems in Sonoma, Marin and Napa counties. AVRMC CEO Deb- orah Howell says, "We see this as an important option to help fami- lies affordably support their loved ones. It may extend their time in their own home, and it is a good tool for helping the family be more in touch with their parent's needs while respecting their desire for in- dependence." In addition to older adults, myH- alo@ can be useful to families who have physically disabled or chroni- cally ill family members of almost any age. It can be an economical tool for managing the costs of paid caregivers. The medical center hopes to eventually obtain funding so the systems can be made avail- able on a sliding scale basis to se- nmrs and families in the Cloverdale area who cannot otherwise afford them. "We are operating this pro- gram through our Community ~:Wellness Project because we see it / as a natural extension of our mis- sion at AVRMC to make the com- munity and our older adults healthier," adds Howell. Paula Wrenn, a consultant with Commuhity Wellness Group, has professional experience in elder care. She says it has been decades since there has been such an impor- tant advancement in emergency re- sponse options to make seniors safer at home and she looks for- ward to introducing families and senior adults to the benefits of my- Halo@. In addition, Wrenn will be avail- able to explain how myHalo@ works at Coddingtown in Santa Rosa, by the mall's main Christmas tree Thursday through Sunday af- ternoons except Christmas Day through January 3, 2010. Times are posted at the station by the tree. Information about myHalo@ can also be obtained by visiting www.avrmcorg.org and clicking on the link to myHalo@. Or, call 707 669-1803. Cloverdale man found dead near Hopland " On Friday, Nov. 20, the Clover- dale Fire Department responded to a call on the county line for a possi- ble deceased man. Charles David Giacolini, 57, was found dead in a tent. According to his cousin, DeEtte Marlow of Med- ford, Oregon, Giacolini grew up in Cloverdale and attended schools ,~here. His parents were Eleanor and Earl Giacolini, and his aunt and un- Cle, Dolly and Charles Thurow, owned Butlers Market for years. "My understanding is he had a trailer in Cloverdale, Marlow said. She said he had been evicted from wherever he was staying in Cloverdale and was living with a ~roup of transients near Hopland n the Russian River. "They found him in a tent," she said. Marlow said it is believed he died of natural causes, possibly a heart attack. "He was very likeable and had a lot of friends," Marlow said. "I'm a lot of people in Cloverdale had been ill for some time. His cousin said he had worked around Cloverdale. /r~ Marlow was o~ disability and survey. We'll put it on the back burner but based on the city's sur- vey, it appears that people just don't want it." It was reported that an agreement has been finalized with the Clover- dale Tennis Assoc. regarding the newly resurfaced tennis courts at the school that the association con- tributed to. People who want to use the courts during school hours, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, will be required to have finger- prints on file with the district and to call ahead of time. The association objected to this stipulation at first, but as Rosatti pointed out, the ten- nis courts belong to the school and the school is responsible for their use. Anyone can use the courts after school or on the weekends, but they still must call ahead to get keys to unlock the gates. A phone number is posted at the gate. The district also officially opened contract negotiations for 2009/2010 with the Teachers Association of Cloverdale (TAC). The teachers' openers include early retirement, an increase in the number of discre- tionary days, and combination classes. The district had several openers as well, including clarifica- tion of unpaid leave conditions, early retirement, employee trans- fers hours of employment and re- duction in force. BOSWOIITH & SON GENERAL MERCHANDISE "A~ old [ashioacd store, ri.c]] i~ nostalgia aad charm, yet meets the accls o[ today's town [olk as ~vdl." - SINCE 1911 IN DOWNTOWN CEYSERVILLE ca Y i TS, S DDI ES & TACK I 857-3463 - Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30 (closed for lunch 12-1) CLOVERDALE COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS Cloverdale Community Stakeholders want to remind you to spend your holiday money locally and support our local organizations PLEASE remember that ALL of our non profit organizations can use donations to help those that need it most. Gift Memberships can be wonderful gift to: Cloverdale Historical Society, Cloverdade t 'ts Alliance or The Cloverdale Performing .arts Center. To obtain more information on these or any organization in Cloverdale, please stop by the Chamber of Commerce or contact the Cloverdale Community Stakeholders at cloverdalesta keholders@comcast.net.