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] PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Monday, Dec. 5 9:31 p.m. Caller reports vandal- ism to his property on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Caller states his property has been hit on more with paint balls. than one occasion Temperatures High Low Rain Dec. 5 69 31 - Dec. 6 rda n/a - Dec. 7 62 33 - Dec. 8 63 34 - Dec. 9 66 33 - Dec. 10 62 34 - Dec. 11 50 33 - Rainfall YTD 5.42" -- Last YTD 15.01 Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. 9:51 a.m. Request for an officer on N. Cloverdale Blvd. for a suspi- cious male subject. 10:28 a.m. Officer out on Geysers Rd. for a truant. 11:25 a.m. Caller reports while on a walk behind the Cloverdale Li- brary he observed numerous cloth- ing items. Public works will dispose of items. 1:30 p.m. Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding the man- ager of a local store not wanting to accept returned merchandise. 5:33 p.m. Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding a tool chest that was stolen from the back of his truck sometime overnight. 5:37 p.m. Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding someone trespassing in a private, gated com- munity. Report taken. 8:26 p.m. Citizen reports an un- wanted guest and requests he be moved along Tuesday, Dec. 6 12:12 a.m. Officer out on N. Washington St. with a suspicious subject. 5:45 a.m. Caller reports a tran- sient and his dog are sleeping in the bushes in the area of MGM Brakes. 10:10 a.m. Officer out at Wash- ington School for a fight on cam- pUS. 12:59 p.m. Officer out at Wash- ington School for a problem with The "oi/t of L fe': In the tim it d " , we can precl ty n your Comptete, hi cardiac images resotution, tow dose in under 10 seconds. Ten seconds or less. 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On West Street a Wild West and Indian Show will be free to all. The show will consist of a riding tournament, Indian races, foot and horse races, etc. Horseman, cowboys, Indians, foot racers and others are cordially invited to participate and make this a big feature of the Twentieth Annual Fair. Tuesday the first through train ran from Fort Bragg to Willits. The train contained more than 150 passengers. At Willits the train was met by a brass band, and the visitors marched to Hotel Willits where an elaborate spread awaited them. The rebuilt road is the outgrowth of the original logging road built into the redwoods to bring the logs of the Union Lumber Company to the company's mill. A tunnel, eight hundred and ten feet long, piercing the mountains had to be constructed. The road itself is more than forty miles in length. December 14, 1961 - 50 years ago The Army Corp of Engineers has rec-; RICAL ; ommended the construction of a $42 million multipurpose dam and res- ervoir on Sonoma Country's Dry Creek, to be named Lake Sonoma. County officials estimate that by 1977 the county would require an addition- al source of water to supplement what is now provided by Coyote Dam and local sources. The yield from a major dam on Dry creek would satisfy the water needs of the county and of northern Marin County until about the year 2015. One of the major benefits of the dam/reser- voir construction would be flood control, as values in the flood plain are depressed and development of the area is lagging. December 17, 1986 - 25 years ago After more than a year of debate and discussion with the city, the South Cloverdale Water Company Inc,. has asked that the city act on the water company's behalf in applying for a safe drinking water grant to upgrade and rehabilitate the existing water system. On completion of the work, if a grant is obtained, all present users of the South Cloverdale Water Co. Inc, would be directly connected to the City of Cloverdale municipal water system and would pay all user fees as designated by the ordi- nance of the City of Cloverdale. The grant monies would be used to bring the existing system up to standards, Existing wells would be abandoned, and meters installed. The Cloverdale Water Co. contends that as the city expands south their water customers would switch to city water service depriving the company of revenues needed for im- provements. students. Report taken, windows. 2:58 p.m. 911 caller reports two Wednesday, Dec. 7 male subjects are about to fight on 6:25 a.m. Caller reports her hus- S. Cloverdale Blvd. band witnessed a male subject 3:48 p.m. Report of a loose pea- opening the back of their mailbox cock on N. Foothill Blvd. tree, which gives access to all of the 4:41 p.m. Caller requests to speak mailboxes. Report taken. with an officer regarding their juve- 9:10 a.m. Citizen came in to re- nile daughter and harassment that port an ongoing problem that in- has been ongoing, volves two juveniles with problems 9:38 p.m. Report of two or three at school and at home. people taking pictures,, in the dark, 10:07.a~, Report o~ ,~n~ .~b,.a~; at the Catholic Church. doned ~ehicle in the roadway ~ith 10:21 p.m. Caller on W. First St. flashers on, on E.'~r~'.' reports coming home to find a man 11:30 a.m. Report of the theft of a standing at her fence, looking in her >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 HeaHhoa ,e Your Health Our Hission , Felicitas Carrasc0, FelicitaaCarraso, Front Desk Receptionist Front DeskReceptionist Felicitas joined AVH in 2009 working in the New patients office. She especially enjoys helping patients and welcome, working with her co-workers. When not Private insurance, working she enjoys dancing, spending time with Medicare & family and baking with her niece. 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