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2 n August 21, 2014 n North Coast Citizen n Manzanita, Oregon www.NorthCoastCitizen.com For All Your Prescription & Over-the-Counter Medications Custom Compounds Available Call us 24-hours or prescription reflls. 503-368-5182 or 877-977-9850 Closed rom 1:30 to 2:00 daily or lunch 503-368-7455 (PILL) 278 Rowe Street, Wheeler Mon-Fri 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm H52250 M anzanita P ublic S afety l og b r e a d a n d o c e a n BAKERY, DELI & CATERING 154 L aneda a ve . M anzanita 503.368.5823 www.breadandocean.com OPEN Wed.-Sat., 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Fri. & Sat. BBQ, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Closed Mon. and Tues. H52069 August 3 — Issued three citations or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 3 — Assisted with the return o lost property in Manzanita. August 3 — Assisted TCSO and OSP with a report o unauthorized entry o a motor vehicle in Nehalem. August 3 — Assisted TCSO with a non- injury MVA in Bayside Gardens. August 4 — Issued a citation or unlawul turn in Manzanita. August 4 — Issued three citations or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 4 — Responded to a report o criminal mischie in Manzanita. August 4 — Assisted Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a non-injury MVA in Manzanita. August 4 — Responded to a disabled vehicle along Hwy 101 in Neahkahnie. August 5 — Issued two citations or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 5 — Assisted Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a residential re alarm in Manzanita. August 5 — Assisted TCSO and OSP with a non-injury MVA near Wheeler. August 5 — Investigated a suspicious circumstance in Manzanita. August 6 — Issued a citation or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 6 — Responded to two ordinance violations in Manzanita. August 7 — Issued a citation or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 7 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (42/25) in Wheeler. August 7 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (40/25) in Wheeler. August 7 — Assisted TCSO with a suicidal person in Wheeler. August 8 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (50/25) in Wheeler. August 8 — Issued a citation or violation o posted parking in Manzanita. August 8 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (50/30) in Nehalem. August 8 — Issued a citation or driving while suspended in Manzanita. August 8 — Assisted OSP, TCSO, Tillamook Ambulance and Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a medical call on Neahkahnie Mountain. August 8 — Responded to a vehicle block- ing a driveway in Manzanita. August 8 — Responded to a road hazard on Hwy 101 at Manzanita. August 9 — Issued two citations or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 9 — Issued a citation or illegal parallel parking in Manzanita. August 9 — Issued a citation or no valid operator’s license in Nehalem. August 9 — Issued a citation or ailure to renew registration in Manzanita. August 9 — Assisted TCSO, Tillamook Ambulance and Nehalem Bay Fire & rescue with a suicidal person near Nehalem. August 9 — Investigated a commercial alarm at NBSP. August 9 — Responded to a report o thet in Bayside Gardens. August 9 — Investigated two reports o a dog let in a vehicle in Manzanita. August 9 — Responded to three ordinance violations in Manzanita. August 9 — Assisted Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a re alarm in Manzanita. August 9 — Assisted TCSO and Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a medical call in NBSP. August 9 — Investigated a report o reworks in Manzanita. August 10 — Issued seven citations or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 10 — Issued a citation or parking in a disabled zone in NBSP. August 10 — Issued a citation or driving while suspended in NBSP. August 10 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (46/30) in Nehalem. August 10 — Issued a citation or ailure to carry proo o insurance in Nehalem. August 10 — Issued a citation or enter/ remain in a closed park in NBSP. August 10 — Issued three citations or violation o posted parking restrictions in OWSP. August 10 — Responded to three ordinance violations in Manzanita. August 10 — Responded to a report o a suspicious person in Manzanita. August 10 — Investigated a residential alarm in Manzanita. August 10 — Responded to a report o a dog let in a vehicle in Manzanita. August 10 — Responded to a request or a welare check in Manzanita. August 11 — Issued a citation or expired plates in Manzanita. August 11 — Issued a citation or driving while suspended in Manzanita. August 11 — Issued a citation or driving uninsured in Manzanita. August 11 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (45/25) in Wheeler. August 11 — Issued a citation or ailure to carry proo o insurance in Wheeler. August 11 — Issued a citation or ailure to change address in Wheeler. August 11 — Issued a citation or driving while using a cell phone in Manzanita. August 11 — Issued two citations or viola- tion o posted parking restrictions in OWSP. August 11 — Responded to two noise complaints in Manzanita. August 11 — Responded to a report o a suspicious circumstance in Manzanita. August 11 — Responded to a report o ound property in Manzanita. August 11 — Investigated a report o reworks in Manzanita. August 11 — Responded to a report o a missing person on Manzanita Beach. August 12 — Issued ve citations or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 12 — Investigated reworks on Manzanita Beach. August 12 — Assisted TCSO with a distur- bance near Wheeler. August 12 — Responded to a noise complaint in Manzanita. August 13 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (50/30) in Nehalem. August 13 — Took a report o attempted raud in Manzanita. August 14 — Responded to report o a suspicious person in Manzanita. August 14 — Assisted Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a residential re alarm in Manzanita. August 14 — Assisted TCSO with a noise complaint in Wheeler. August 14 — Assisted Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a medical call in Manzanita. August 15 — Issued a citation or no valid day use permit displayed in NBSP. August 15 — Issued two citations or expired plates in Manzanita. August 15 — Responded to a report o a missing person on Manzanita Beach. August 15 — Assisted Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a report o a re on Manzanita Beach. August 16 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (42/25) in Wheeler. August 16 — Issued a citation or ailure to carry proo o insurance in Wheeler. August 16 — Issued a citation or violation o posted speed (44/25) in Wheeler. August 16 — Issued two citations or illegal parallel parking in Manzanita. August 16 — Issued a citation or ailure to obey a trafc control device in Manzanita. August 16 — Issued ve citations or illegal stop stand park in Manzanita. August 16 — Issued three citations or violation o posted parking restrictions in OWSP. August 16 — Responded to a noise complaint in Manzanita. August 16 — Responded to a camping violation in Manzanita. August 16 — Assisted Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue with a medical call in Manzanita. August 4 — Responded to a motor vehicle accident on Hwy 101 at Laneda Avenue, Manzanita. August 4 — Responded to a medical call on Tohl Avenue, Nehalem. August 5 — Responded to a clinic call. August 5 — Responded to a re alarm on 1st Street, Manzanita. August 6 — Responded to a medical call on Marine Drive, Wheeler. August 6 — Responded to a burn com- plaint call on North/Ocean, Manzanita. August 7 — Responded to a clinic call. August 8 — Responded to a rescue/ pack out call on Hwy. 101 on Elks Flats at Oswald West State Park, Nehalem. August 8 — Responded to a medical call on 2nd Street, Wheeler. August 9 — Responded to a medical call on Shifman Road, Nehalem. August 9 — Responded to a medical call on Rowe Street, Wheeler. August 9 — Responded to a call, which was canceled en route to Spindrit Lane, Manzanita. August 9 — Responded to a medical call on Sandpiper Lane, Manzanita. August 9 — Responded to a clinic call. August 13 — Responded to a medical call on Tohl Avenue, Nehalem. August 13 — Responded to a medical call on Sandpiper Lane, Manzanita. August 13 — Responded to a burn complaint on Tohl Avenue, Nehalem. August 13 — Responded to a medical call on Laneda, Manzanita. August 14 — Responded to a smoke alarm on Spindrit Lane, Manzanita. August 14 — Responded to a burn complaint on Ocean of Nehalem Road, Nehalem. August 15 — Responded to a public assist call on the beach, Manzanita. August 15 — Responded to a public assist call on Beulah Reed Road, Neahkahnie. August 16 — Responded to a medical call on Rowe Street, Wheeler. August 16 — Responded to a medical call on 5th and Laneda, Manzanita. August 16 — Responded to a medical call, dispatch recall. August 16 — Responded to a call, which was cancelled en route on Hwy. 101 N., Nehalem. August 17 — Responded to a medical call on 1st Street N. and Laneda Avenue, Manzanita. August 17 — Responded to a medical call on Tohl Avenue, Nehalem. August 17 — Responded to a call, which was cancelled en route on Hwy. 101 N., Nehalem. August 17 — Responded to a medical call on Sandpiper Lane, Manzanita. August 17 — Responded to a medical call on Manzanita Avenue, Manzanita. August 17 — Responded to a public assist call on Cedar Street, Wheeler. nbfR l og By Michael Waterloo editor@northcoastcitizen.com All along the Oregon Coast, it’s normal to see travelers taking photos of the mountains, oceans and sights. One local, however, is taking it to the next level, as his Arch Cape Studios is lming along the coast for a series of low-budget online webisodes called “Culpa.” Drew Reid, director, producer and lmmaker, released Episode No. 1 earlier this month. Reid, whom has a background as a forensic animator in California and Portland, said that “Culpa” started with a single idea. “I was just going to do one short lm. As it developed, I realized that there was a potential to use the main character and his paralegal as a vehicle to tell a lot of the stories that are here on the cost, that just aren’t being told,” Reid said. Reid moved into the Manzanita area whenever he unofcially retired from his job, saying that he just got tired of doing it. More than a year ago, Reid started generating the idea of putting the se- ries together, and he went from there. “It started about seven or eight months ago. That’s when we had our rst shoot. Everything like polishing a script, trying to convince others to work with me and convincing myself I could do it probably started about a year before that,” Reid said. While Reid served as the man be- hind the scenes of the rst episode, he relied on local actors to ll the roles. The main character, according to Reid, is Ronny Glasswell, who is played by Jeff Trenary, a local, organic farmer. In the show, Glasswell’s paralegal, Jen, is played by Nicole Poole, and Reid said that both Trenary and Poole will be in every episode. “He’s (Jeff) not a natural actor, and some people don’t think he can act at all. Some love what he does. I love what he does, and I love his look,” Reid said. “He’s a big Indian dude, and he has a great face. It’s full of original- ity, and it’s so honest, that you almost look to the side. “ The rst episode also has Greg O’Neil and Kerri Browne, who play Eric and Mary Kepler. For a while, Reid was unable to ll the role for Eric, and it was a last-ditch effort that led to O’Neil getting the part. “I didn’t have Greg until I was halfway through it. I kept looking and looking. I asked a bunch of people, but no one seemed work for whatever reason. I put out one nal desperate request for someone to do this, and Greg was perfect,” Reid said. “I was impressed with his attitude, approach and his seriousness. He really applied himself to a difcult role. I was very happy with it.” As of now, Reid is the only writer on the project, but he’s hoping to get additional help for new ideas and storylines. Although Reid has discussed the possibility of bringing in an additional writer, he has said that he wants to keep directing, but the job of being the producer of the project gets to him sometimes. “Producing is very difcult. Direct - ing is technically difcult with energy, but it’s less stressful. Like right now, I have to nd a house for a shoot. It’ll be my biggest shoot,” Reid said. “I’ll have 12 or 13 people there. I have to nd the house, plan the nine sequences and getting the house and feeding them. At some point, I’m hoping that I’ll have more people to work with. I try to do everything myself.” Right now, along with promoting the rst episode on his website — culpa-online.com — with a trailer and a download of the episode for $2, Reid is shooting the second episode title “Edgar,” and he’s writing the script for the third episode. In all, he’s hoping for one full season, which he sees as being ve episodes, running approxi - mately two-and-one-half total hours. “You have to have something that you’re trying to monetize, something you’re making now and then some - thing that is planned for the next situ- ation,” Reid explained. “The second episode has to be so much better than the rst, and so on. By the end of the season, I think we will have a really good product. Right now, it’s a C-plus or B-minus product. That’s how people are rating it on the website right now. That has to be better to survive.” Reid and his right-hand man and co-producer Winston Laszlo, who Reid said is right “seven times out of 10, which is good for anything,” haven’t set a timeframe for when they think the next episode or series will be com- plete. Due to the day jobs of the cast and crew, it’s hard to predict. “Since everyone has a day job and their own personal schedule, sched- uling is a real problem. People have jobs, family commitments that come up as time goes along and things change. This really is a moving target. You can’t really write it down and say this is what I will do,” Reid said. “As you get to step two, things will change. It’s interesting. Don’t get me wrong, I sound like I’m complaining a lot. These are really interesting problems, and everyone has to have problems, so you may as well have interesting ones.” Local studio releases frst webisode o ‘Culpa’ series On July 1, Mo’s restaurants in Cannon Beach, Lincoln City and Florence brought in a special “Motivation for Kids” table which raises money for local charities that are devoted to helping the well being of local children. During the month of July, Head Start of Florence and Lincoln City along with the Cannon Beach Academy were honored at the “Motivation for Kids” tables and raised $2,500. “During the month of August, these special tables will have new charities to honor. B.F.E.Y (Business for Excellence in Youth) in Lincoln City, C.A.S.A (Court Appointed Special Advocates) in Cannon Beach and C.R.O.W (Children’s Repertory of Oregon Workshop) in Florence will be receiving all the attention. These tables may not have the best views but they denitely are the most rewarding tables to dine at in the restaurant.” said Bob Scull, Regional Manager of Mo’s Restaurants. Mo’s brings donation tables to their restaurants Courtesy photo Phil Simmons presents a check to Billie Jo Edmonds for the “Moti- vation for Kids” charity. we’re having someone from Salem come in to demon- strate what their dogs need to be able to do,” Nichols said. “If people’s dogs are ready for it, they’ll actually conduct the test this year.” Nichols expects the turn - out for dogs to be between 80-to-100, as has been the case in year’s past. Usually, there are about 400-to-500 people that attend the event, and Nichols encourages ev - eryone to attend, even if you won’t have a dog participat- ing in any events. While Nichols is running Muttzanita with a plethora of volunteers, his wife will be focused on the store. “She does more in the store while I’m doing that. We have a lot of volunteers. We usually have 40 or 50 volunteers to make sure that things go smoothly,” Nichols said. “It’s people from around the community, and a lot of people from the emergency volunteer core. We get a lot of support, and we need a lot of people to get everything set up and taken down to make sure everything runs smoothly.” In only its sixth year, Muttzanita is as popular as ever. “We want to keep it going for as long as we can. We’ll keep doing it if people want to come out, and if they have fun. That’s how we’re doing it,” Nichols said. For more information and a full list of scheduled events and sponsors, visit www. Muttzanita.com. n  Muttzanita From page 1