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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, December 24, 1997 .x ;:.=.... - ::#,-:. :.-===================================================================================================== .:;::::  .,.-.,.- - ,..y$!:./$!:..-.:.:,.:,,,: . ., &lt;....x. .x ..:: . ::.. .-:; :.>:.! y.) -x. Monday, December 15 An officer reported an injury occurred during training at a Broad St. address. Cloverdale Flower Shoppe re- quested officer to cite a vehicle blocking business driveway. Ofi- icer had it moved Two black dogs were reported loosed on E. First St. Public Works was notified to pick them up and deliver to Dr. Biery. An antenna was stolen from a vehicle during the night parked on Blair. A father at Clark residence re- ported problems with juvenile sons. The matter is under investi- gation. A toy or miniature Pomeranian was found on N. Cloverdale Blvd.. Was held awhile. A resident on Clark St. request- ed help regarding family prob- lems. Advice was given. A possible verbal dispute be- tween a man and a woman at a S. Cloverdale Blvd. apartment com- plex turned out to be three juve- niles horseplaying. A theft reported at a N. Clover- dale Boulevard residence is un- der investigation. Tuesday December 16 A police car drive-by was re- quested to check on two suspi- cious subjects seen in front of McDonald's. They were gone on arrival of officers. Washington school authorities reported vandalism of a school bus. A Jefferson School student was reported missing. Officer found student had walked home. A woman reported screaming at children was warned and ad- vised by an officer. Cloverdale High School officials requested an officer's assistance in removing unwanted juveniles from the campus. Assistance was given. Wednesday, December 17 Chevron station reported a white male adult loitering in area. Officer found a man waiting for ride. Officer left a note at School St. residence where dog was report- ed barking nonstop. Public Works was notified to remove a dead cat found on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Jefferson School officials re- quested an officer check on a stu- dent who had been absent. Officer reported child would return to school the next day. Two male subjects were report- ed trespassing at a Clark Ave. address, officer was unable to locate. Thursday, December 18 Three male juveniles were re- ported sitting on the 101 sound wall half a mile south of citrus Fair Dr. They were gone on arriv- al of officer. A theft at a S. Cloverdale Blvd. address during the night is under investigation. A couple was reported arguing in front of Payless. Officer coun- seled male subject. Friday, December 19 A theft was reported at an office on North St. and an attempted forced entry to another room. A driver's license, social securi- ty card and ID found in a dump- ster were turned in to the Police Department. Del Webb reported 4x4's tear- ing up the site at Clover Springs. Subjects were warned and ad- vised. A rear window of a vehicle parked at Jefferson and First is under investigation. A black Rottweiler, founc run- ning loose, was taken to Dr. Biery's. A theft of cash, tennis shoes and cameras was reported from local apartment complex. Saturday, December 20 Two Rottweilers running loose on Lake Street were picked up. A woman reported leaving her purse in a shopping cart at S. Clo- verdale Blvd. store. It was gone when she returned. Sunday, December 21 An abandoned bike found at First & Franklin, was turned in. A vehicle was reported dam- aged while parked at ]osephine Dr. residence. Two black labrador dogs were found running loose, taken.to Dr. Biery's. An open window was reported at Washington School. An office found nothing disturbed and se- cured the room. A cat struck by a car was trans- ported to Dr. Biery's. Reserve police officers sought The Cloverdale Police Department is looking for observant, hard- working individuals of good character who are interested in working as Reserve Police Officers. A Reserve Police Officer works much like a volunteer fireman. They volunteer their time to assist police officers in their duties. A Reserve Police Officer works under the direct supervision of a full time Police Officer. They wear a uniform and equipment just as a regular police officer and have full police officer powers while working. Currently we have three full time officers that started working for the Cloverdale Police Department as Reserve Officers. Being a Re- serve Officer is a good way of helping your community while finding Belated or not, the State wants those taxes paid Starting today, nearly half million Californians who haven't filed their 1996 income tax returns will hear about it, according to the Franchise Tax board (FIB). Individuals who did not file a return last year but received income from California sources will receive a letter requesting the delinquent return. The letter gives late tilers 30 days to file their return or show why a tax return is not due. If you get a letter, be sure not to ignore it. Those who ignore the letter will get a tax assessment with penalties of up to 50 percent of their tax liability and a $71 enforcement fee. Each year after the October 15 extended due date passes, FTB uses over 200 million income records received from employers, banks, the Internal Revenue Service and other sources, to compare the returns filed with the income information. Taxpayers who are missing a return are then contacted. According to FTB, individuals with income of $10,384 or more ($20,768 for a married couple) are lquired to file a tax return. FTB urges those who receive, the letter to respond immediately to avoid needless penalties. For questions about the notification letter, taxpayers can contact FTB toll free at 1-800-545-5009. To get tax forms and answers to frequently asked tax question, taxpayers can call 1-800-338-0505 or access the Internet at http://www.ftb.ca.gov Grants given to Sonoma Monday, December 15 Tree and power lines down at South River Road. Tuesday, December 16 Vehicle accident reported at Highway 101 south of Asti. Fe- male patient with moderate inju- ries transported by Cloverdale Ambulance to Memorial. Wednesday, December 17 Medical aid requested at Cher- ry Creek Road. Male patient with difficulty breathing transported by ambulance to HGH. Dryer fire reported on Mayor Way-minor damage. Thursday, December 18 Medical aid reported at Hill- side Drive. Female patient with shortness of breath taken to HGH via ambulance. Friday, December 19 Medical aid requested for an unconscious female patient at Geysers Road. Smoke check performed at Cherry Creek Road. aturday, December 20 Vehicle fire reported at Geysets Road. It wasabandoned. The ve- hicle was destroyed. Sunday, December 21" Medical aid requested at Cham- plain St. for a male with chest pain. Taken to HGH by ambu- lance. Medical aid reported at Asti Road. A skydiver with a broken leg was taken to HGH. Monday, December 22 Medical aid requested at East St. for a female patient suffering from flu-like symptoms. She was taken to HGH by ambulance. You will never "find" time for anything; if you want time, you must make it. Charles Buxton Land Trust The Sonoma County Land Trust (SLT) reports that its support by county businesses grew 50% in 1997. The county's oldest conserva- tion group also announced it has been awarded two foundation grants to increase its work in pre- serving open space. Sonoma county community foundation awarded $4500 to sup- port the Trust's planned giving campaign. The Strong Founda- tion for Environmental values granted $3500 to assist with SLT's volunteer -based restoration ef- forts at the Estero Americano Pre- serve. Founded in 1976, the Sonoma Land Trust is a member support- ed non-profit public benefit orga- nization working with willing landowners to preserve their land. The Trust owns 10 properties and holds 17 conservation easements rotecting more than 10,000 acres Sonoma County. For more information call 526- 6930. Madrigal singers to perform at Ukiah December 19 & 20 Ukiah Players Theatre will present "A Celebratiol of Carols" featuring the Ukiah Valley Madri- gal Singers and the Mendocino College Brass Choir at 8 p.m. Fri- day and Saturday, Dec. 19 & 20 at Ukiah Playhouse, 1041 Low Gap Road. Enjoy the sounds of unusual medieval and renaissance melo- dies including Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols performed with live harp accompaniment. Ethel MacNeal Ethel MacNeal, 84, passed away on Monday, Dec. 15, Healdsburg. She was born in Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania and a Cloverdale resident for the past 34 years. She was the loving wife of Albert MacNeal who preceded death. Ethel is survived by a son, Robert MacNeal, of New Holland, a daughter, Judy Marusick, of Cloverdale; a twin sister, Edith oreaux of Berwick, PA; three grandchildren, Harold Thorne of', Rosa; Pamela Thorne and Joyce Snellgrove, both also survived by two great grand children, three nieces and Memorial services were held at the Neighborhood Church Tarman Drive. Ethel will be dearly missed by her family, friends, at Seven Palms. She was a wonderful, loving mother, a generous grandmother, and a true friend to all. She will always alive in their hearts. There's a lot of good about Terry to say, A list so long it would take me all day. Terry was always helping someone, in some way, Or giving someone a place to stay, A father, a brother, a friend to more than one stray. Terry was my friend, I'm proud to say. To Brandon, Brendon, Irene and Ray: Terry told me he loved you. He was not afraid, his life was good, Not a single thing would he change. So, thank you, Terry, for your friendship and help you so willingly gave. I, for one, will miss you each and every day. Tribute to Terry Norberg Who Passed Away Dec. 23, 1996 We love and miss you! Morn, Ray, Brenda, Brandon, and all Your Friends Perrault given raise & three year contract with At the regular meeting Dec. 17, Prior to the adoption of the City Council unanimously ap- agreement, Perrault was proved a new three year agree- $8000 per year less than the 1 ment with City Manager Bob Per- city Manager in Cotati. rault.through Dec. 31, 2001. "Given Perrault's long tere ,1' Thentadjustshissalary and his accomplishments, we r. from $5495 per month t0"$6594.' it ase  ahis salar-:- !- Perrault wiil alscrreceivebont- a comparable level with oili., of$15878, half payable in Decem- small town City Managers wiO ber and the remainder Jan. 20,1998. the county," said Mayor Rol  The Council explained that the Je.h. _  ! bonus amount, to some extent, re- Perrault has contributed  flects the number of pay adjust- ments Perrault voluntarily passed up over the years when the City,s financialsituation was under stress. His monthly salary range is $6594 the first year; $6923 the second year, and $7269 the third year. He also receives $275 per month car ex- pense and 100% of the cost of his portion of contribution to the City's retirement program through the Public Employees Retirement Sys- tem administered by the State. His travel costs will also be paid when on city business. Perrault came to Cloverdale as City Manager in May of 1990 and nificantly to the forward mO ment of the City," Jehn added Mayor Jehn cited several of ]B rault's accomplishments inch ing elimination of the deficit the General Fund and Water i Sewer Funds, the parerin Cal Trans that assisted with]=' completion of the Bypass, an recent negotiations with the (t'-L ver Springs Development Ag ment. The new Mayor went on to "Mr. Perrault's speak for themselves and why the was in order." out if a career in law enforcement is for you. The experience gained Tickets may be charged by tele- during his tenure he has received i- Healdsburg Hearing Instruments would be beneficial to any career involving contact with people. Those individuals that are chosen must be physically fit and capable phone at the Playhouse box office the lowest salary of any city Man- - 462-9226. Call there for more in- ager in Sonoma County. background check, and a psychological evaluation. \\; Successful candidates must also complete the Reserve Police Acad- Canal Model i Reg. I savings card emy which the Cloverdale Police Department will pay for. $42__0_0 ,$80.00[ '--  by Vsitors Bureau For more information contact Officer Keith King or Sergeant Scott MediCal & Financing Avail. savings card is being offe the Sonoma County Cons Music for Dining and Visitors Bureau along 46 p & Dancing Pleasure & 894.5020 , ...... \\;4 _) ,. - -. i1001 <))  - _. ..=. := <JJ | "=" -," ...NEEDS YOUR V , 134 N. 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And if there is one has helped me, it is the fact when I make a mistake,'I stop to talk about it. I ahead and make some more. DEC. 15 Hi:49 Lo: DEC. 16 Hi: 56 Lo: DEC. 17 Hi: 55 Lo: DEC. 18 Hi: 60 Lo: DEC. 19 Hi: 60 Lo: DEC. 20 Hi" 59 Lo: DEC. 21 Hi: 52 RAINFALL TO DATE 1( TO DATE LAST YR 16.: