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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, Dec. 4, 1991 Furber EIR to come before City Council The City Council will hold a public hearing on Dec. 11 at or after 7 p.m. in Council Cham- bers of City Hall, 124 N. Clover- dale Blvd., for the purpose of considering the Final Environ- mental Impact Report (FEIR), Prezoning and Annexation for the Furber II Annexation Proj- ect. Furber Develpment is the applicant and landowner. Certifying a FEIR and approv- ing an annexation and prezon- ing request for the 50.2 acre Furber II Annexation proposal. will be considered. The applicant has requested that the property be incorporated to the City of Cloverdale and retain a prezoning of "Planned Unit Development (PUD)" The EIR addresses the effects of a development plan which proposes to create 90-128 single family detached dwelling units of varying sizes and a 1.3 acre business park. The Planning Commission has selected a modified version of Alternative II, as described in the FEIR, as the preferred devlop- ment plan which would allow a range of 68-100 residences on the property. The project site is immediately west of, and adja- cent to the existing Rancho De Amigos development and Hot Springs Road. FUEL Herzog's Manager of Environ- mental Services, Fred Maurer, does not have a cost estimate at this early date but plans to con- sult with the school district in the coming weeks. According to Mr. Maurer the contamination is too small an amount to warrant doing any- thing other than removing the earth. If the Herzog company is used they would call for bids on the job choosing the lowest priced contractors and then oversee the removal of soil. Local man killed in car crash Cloverdale resident Antonio Zamudio, 27, wasfatally injured in a car accident Nov. 29. At 3:49 p.m. Antonio Zamudio and Javier Zamudio, also of Cloverdale, were on Dry Creek Road, about half a mile west of Dutcher Creek, when Antonio failed to negotiate a curve and rolled the vehicle, according to Bruce Williams of California Highway Patrol. Antonio was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown from the car. Javier suffered only minor injuries. According to Williams the cause of the accident is still under investigation. Project details, and any writ- ten comments are available for review at the City of Cloverdale Planning Department, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, California. Staff Reports for the hearings will be available the Friday before the Planning Commission meeting. All interested persons are invited to send written comments to the above address no later :ili00i00ii00 Jonathan Allen Rego was born Nov. 10 at 12:27 a.m. at Community Hospital. He weighed 8 tbs. 6 1/2 ozs. and was 21 inches long. Little Jonathan's parents are Jack and Cecilia Rego of Cloverdale. His paternal grandparents are Bill and Alice Rego of Windsor and his rnaternal grandparents are Cecil and Jacque Wheeler of Windsor. Local Lake Sonoma access re-opened Responding to local requests, boat in the Yorty Creek tribu- the U.S. Army Corps of Engi- tary of Lake Sonoma. In addi- neers opened the Yorty Creek tion, day use facilities are also Recreation Area for weekend use. available offering picknicking, than the hearing date and/or be Beginning Nov. 22, rangers shore fishing and quiet nature present to comment orally on open the: recreation area each study. the projeci: Friday and close the area on If you challenge this item in Mondays. The area will remain The area will be opened seven court, you may be limited to: closed Tuesday through Thurs- days a week beginning the first raising only those issues you or* day to the general public, al- week in April, 1992. someone else raised atthe public, though special hunts will be in hearing described in this otice, effect. or in written correspondence-  Yoy Creek Recreation Area delivered to the Planning Corn- is a popular access point for boaters, fishermen and campers mission at orprior to, the public shing to launch their car top hearing. . . .... Forrest A. "Pat" Henney Forrest A. "Pat" Henney, 96, died Nov. 30, 1991 at Care West Manzanita, Cloverdale. Mr. Henney was a native of Menlo, Iowa and had resided in Cloverdale fo r two years. A retired poultry rancher, Mr. Henney previously resided in Lancaster.  He is survived by two daughters, Mjdrm*Malen, Cloverdale and Barbara Link, Las Vegas. He3ssurviVed by his grandchildren SEWER Councilwoman Carol Chase commented that people already living in town do not want to pay for sewer capacity for devel- opers and this should be taken into account when setting new rate increases. Perrault replied that goal was to have current residents pay only for improving the old sys- tem. He added that developers are aware of these studies and will recieve copies. Their Envi- ronmental Impact Reports spell out the need for infrastructure enlargement and improvements, as well. 'Tee don't know what will be determined as the developers' fair share, at this time" the Manager said. Jack Lacey, representing Brejle and Race, said the draft report found the sewer system is now operating at 80% capac- ity. At the present rate of growth, 70-80 units per year, Cloverdale has enough sewer capactiy for another five years. However, the draft reports are based on a much higher rate of growth because of the projected Rosen and Furber projects now in the planning stages. Costs and improvements to the actual treatment plant are separate issues. ent that will be required by Water Quality Control will determine the cost ofi provements to the plant, the City Manager plained. He will talk with Water Quality Board January regarding this lem. The City is the State to im[ treatment system by ]993. To accomplish a to the Russian River, the would have to enlarge the ent treatment plant with additional 300 acre site. City can't use the present tern to meet State requirem and staff is looking at tion and a higher level of" ment which would allow us part of the existing plant. capacity of the plant phased in over time to modate growth. The cost could go as high as $1 million. After the Council and submit their comments draft report, work will be pleted on the final and Water Plans A report on the water master plan will be the Dec. 11 issue of the eille. FOOD TO GO (707) 894*9365 GREAT LUNCHEON AND DINNER 134 N. CLOVERDALE BLVD NORTH Cloverdale. Calffom t SERVING YOU ! DALLY FROM 11:30 TO t NINE P.M. Patricia McMillan, Rexanne Harshfield, Sue 'Pull, and Linda Rothberg. Eleven great-grandchildren and three great-great-grand- children. Mr. Henney will be interred at the Joshua Memorial Park in Lancaster on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Fred Young and Company Mortuaries was in charge of arrangements. 1 TACOS*BU S*ENCAS*Sr ADA S" ....... CHILE RELLENOS*GUACAMOLE*CARNE ASADA* COMBINATIONS*TASTY HOT & MILD FRESH SALSAS* FUN-TASTIC SEA FOOD IN THE DELICIOUS MEXICAN MANNER Shop 6"l00:00verdale, Write Connection For A[[ yOur "Zop Pulishir Neea9 Resumes & Cover tellers, Flyers, Programs, $mchmes, Newdelters, usiness Cords Overflow Secrelarlal Service...& MOREl 129 N. 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