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    A2 • Friday, November 1, 2019 | Seaside Signal |
Proclamation, plaque to honor veterans Seaside man sentenced for robbery
Seaside Signal
The city of Seaside rec-
ognized the upcoming Vet-
erans Day, Nov. 11, in three
ways Monday night, with a
proclamation, a proposal for
a Vietnam memorial plaque,
and a meeting change.
Seaside resident John
Dunzer read the proclama-
tion declaring Nov. 11 Vet-
erans Remembrance Day,
with the goal to “encour-
age all Americans to recog-
nize and remember the valor
and sacrifi ce of our veterans
through appropriate pub-
lic ceremonies and private
The proclamation, unan-
imously endorsed by mem-
bers of the City Council,
recalled the “unbroken line
of valor stretching across
more than two centuries.”
branches of the U.S. mili-
tary, active duty, reserve and
National Guard are recog-
nized by the proclamation.
Also on the agenda, Sea-
side’s Mark Hansen, a Viet-
nam war veteran, presented
plans for a granite memo-
rial to be installed in Seltzer
Park in Seaside’s Cove. The
plaque will honor veterans
who attended Seaside High
The plaque is estimated
at a cost of about $14,000, to
be raised from contributions.
About $1,000 is already
donated, Hansen said.
Ninety Seaside High
School attendees served in
the Vietnam war he said.
Their names will be memo-
rialized on the plaque.
“It was very good to hear
The Astorian
A Seaside man pleaded
no contest Wednesday,
Oct. 22, to robbery in the
fi rst degree, driving under
the infl uence of intoxicants
and unauthorized use of a
Cody Charles Ford, 37,
was sentenced to more
than three years in prison.
In May, Ford broke
Local veterans are hoping to raise funds for a new memorial
in Seltzer Park.
an appropriate veterans day
for our seaside high school
graduates who fought in
Vietnam,” City Council
member Steve Wright said.
“I hope everybody supports
them through fi scal means.”
The city’s fi nal nod to
Veteran’s Day came with the
cancellation of the Monday,
Nov. 11 — Veteran’s Day —
council meeting.
into a Sea-
side home
and stole
a vehicle
from a man
Cody Charles
died. The
next morn-
ing, while
under the infl uence of
intoxicants, he drove the
vehicle into a rock near the
Tides Motel in Seaside.
Dental manager is Valerie Mortenson
Seaside Signal
In the Oct. 25 Signal print edition, the mobile van dental
clinical manager was misidentifi ed. She is Valerie Mortenson.
Oct. 22
4:00 a.m., Avenue G: Suspicious
circumstances are reported.
12:21 a.m., Avenue G: A person
is trespassed.
Oct. 18
3:30 a.m., Avenue G: A person
reported to be conducting
drug sales inside his vehicle
was determined by police to be
actually taking pictures of the
beach. No further action taken.
11:16 a.m., Safeway: A person
was cited for off ensive littering.
Oct. 19
2:51 a.m., N. Prom: Caller re-
ports a disturbance; police
contact some highly intoxicat-
ed people who agreed to keep
it down.
7:56 a.m., 1000 block S. Down-
ing: Verbal disturbance report-
ed; police contacted both sub-
jects who agreed to part ways.
9:26 a.m., Avenue E and Frank-
lin: Police assist Clatsop County
Sheriff ’s Offi ce on a traffi c stop.
7:20 p.m., The Cove: Fireworks
reported; police responding
say individual did not light
mortar but one small fountain
fi reworks which they cleaned
Oct. 20
4:35 p.m., 1400 block N. Roos-
evelt: An assault is reported.
11:59 p.m., OceanWay: A per-
son is arrested on a warrant.
Oct. 21
2:01 a.m., N. Prom: Caller re-
ports being followed by a male
who kept talking to her about
Satan. Offi cers canvass the area
with negative results.
10:57 p.m., 1200 block S. Roo-
sevelt: Subjects are trespassed
from the laundry.
3:54 p.m., Wahanna ball park: A
transient female using the dug-
out as a temporary residence is
warned of unlawful lodging.
She agrees to leave.
3:24 p.m., 200 block Avenue U:
Emergency medical response.
3:51 p.m., 8600 block S. Wahan-
na: Structure fi re.
3:06 p.m., 2100 block S. Co-
lumbia: Emergency medical
Oct. 23
1:03 a.m., 1900 block Spruce:
Assistance is rendered.
Oct. 21
7:33 a.m., Holladay and Avenue
A: Seaside police assist Clatsop
County Sheriff ’s offi ce.
side: Motor vehicle accident
with injuries.
8:40 p.m., Highway 101, War-
renton: Motor vehicle accident
with injuries.
Oct. 19
10:46 p.m., 500 block Broad-
way: Emergency medical re-
sponse; Medix on scene.
2:15 a.m., Highway 101 and
Shingle Hill Lane: Seaside po-
lice assist Oregon State Police.
7:42 a.m. 800 block Seventh
Avenue: Emergency medical
9:12 a.m., 1000 block S. Holl-
aday: Emergency medical re-
Oct. 8
5:21 a.m., Pacifi c Way, Gearhart:
Emergency medical service.
Oct. 10
6:24 a.m., Simons, Svenson:
Mutual aid, structure fi re.
Oct. 11
3:40 p.m., Gearhart Greens,
Gearhart: Install smoke alarm
and battery replacement.
11:58 a.m., 2300 block S. Edge-
wood: Emergency medical re-
8:29 p.m., Highway 101, War-
renton: Emergency medical
7:24 p.m., 1000 block S. Holla-
day: A person is arrested on a
11:39 p.m., 1700 block S. Frank-
lin: Emergency medical re-
Oct. 15
Oct. 24
Oct. 22
Oct. 16
3:26 p.m., Roosevelt and 11th:
Motor vehicle accident.
10:19 p.m., Highway 101 by Re-
lief Pitcher: A person is arrested
on a warrant.
10:54 p.m., 800 block S. Holl-
aday: An unwanted guest at
a private residence agrees to
leave the premises after speak-
ing with a police offi cer.
4:11 a.m., 300 block N. Prom:
Fire alarm.
6:25 p.m., 1400 block N. Wa-
hanna: A reported structure
fi re turns out to be an outside
Oct. 23
Oct. 18
9:58 a.m., Avenue G and Ave-
nue H, Gearhart: Downed tree.
10:44 a.m., Oster Ave., Gear-
hart: Emergency medical ser-
4:41 p.m., Pacifi c Way, Gearhart:
Emergency medical service.
6:51 p.m., Wahanna, Seaside:
Building fi re.
Oct. 14
2:29 p.m., 12th and Franklin: A
person is arrested on a warrant.
1:32 p.m., 1000 block S. Holla-
day: A person is arrested on a
10:15 p.m., Highway 101, War-
renton: Emergency medical
5:22 p.m., Wahanna, Seaside:
Structure fi re.
Oct. 19
Oct. 17
1:20 p.m., Hillside,
Structure fi re.
4:08 p.m., Highway 101, Sea-
Community Center Com-
mission meeting, 10:30 a.m.,
Bob Chisholm Center, 1225
Avenue A, Seaside.
Seaside Library Board,
4:30 p.m., Seaside Public Li-
brary, 1131 Broadway.
Sunset Empire Park and
Recreation District, board
workshop, Bob Chisholm
Community Center, 1225
Avenue A, Seaside.
Wednesday, Nov. 6
Seaside Improvement Com-
mission, 6 p.m., City Hall,
989 Broadway.
Gearhart City Council,
7 p.m., City Hall, 698 Pacifi c
6:16 a.m., Gearhart Loop, Gear-
hart: Downed tree.
Thursday, Nov. 7
9:09 a.m., Pacifi c Way, Gearhart:
Emergency medical service.
Seaside Parks Advisory
Committee, 6 p.m., City Hall,
989 Broadway.
Oct. 20
1:05 p.m., Pacifi c Way, Gear-
hart: Downed tree.
Tuesday, Nov. 5
5:46 p.m., Ocean, Surf Pines:
Emergency medical service.
9:08 p.m., Avenue F, Gearhart:
Smoke scare.
Oct. 22
6:25 p.m., Youngberry, Seaside:
Structure fi re.
Thursday, Nov. 14
Seaside Convention Center
Commission, 5 p.m., Con-
vention Center, 415 First
Gearhart Planning Commis-
sion, 6 p.m., City Hall, 698
Pacifi c Way.
7:54 p.m., Rivertide Suites: Fire
7:58 a.m., 2300 block S. Roos-
evelt: Emergency medical re-
sponse. Assist other agency.
Oct. 24
9:54 a.m. 300 block 18th Av-
enue: Emergency medical re-
Oct. 18
2:14 p.m., North Wahanna:
Emergency medical response.
Medix on scene.
12:16 p.m., The Cove: Water
:29 p.m., 3900 block Sunset
Blvd: Fire alarm.
Meet the North Coast’s
general surgery team!
Eric Friedman, M.D.
Manfred P. Ritter, M.D.
Eric Friedman, M.D., is a board-
certified general surgeon. He
received his medical degree from
the University of Pittsburgh School
of Medicine. He completed his
residency at Oregon Health and
Science University School of
Medicine. Dr. Friedman was born
and raised in Philadelphia and
in his free time enjoys hiking
and traveling.
Manfred P. Ritter, M.D., received
his medical degree from Ludwig-
Maximilian-University of Munich,
in Germany. He completed his
internship and residency at the
Keck School of Medicine of the
University of Southern California
in Los Angeles. He also completed
a fellowship in esophageal/gastric
surgery and colorectal surgery at
the same school. Dr. Ritter is board
certified and is a fellow of the
American College of Surgeons.
For more information or to schedule an appointment
with either provider, please call 503-717-7060.
KMUN 91.9
presents the film:
Democracy is weakening... corporatism is strengthening
A documentary which examines how
we arrived at the influence corporations
weild over American politics.
Nov. 9
Q & A with co-producer
Jeff Cohen following
@ Historic Liberty Theater
Tickets at
and at the door
This is a fundraiser for:
Providence Seaside Clinic
725 South Wahanna Road, Suite 220
Seaside, OR 97138
(503) 717-7060
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