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Mt. Pulaski City Council Committee Meeting c o.t,a F,oi Page 3 Grant Money Mayor Jim Fuhrer said he had made further contact concerning the $100,000 grant for the Elkhart Road lift the station. So far, no one can tell him where the money is. Jim noted Senator Brady had started this when the Senator told the city to prepare the grant and get it into the state so it could help pay for the Elkhart Road lift sta- tion. Jim characterized Senator Brady's action so far as - "not following through" - on behalf of the city. Wall Issue Richard Teike and Mayor Fuhrer discussed Mr. Teike's request for further work on the south part of the wall of his build- ing. The additional repair would cost an estimated $5,500. The requested repair was for the very end of the wall - on the alley - of the three brick deep end of the wall. Times Photos Plumbing Heating A/C - Electrical Bassett's Mechanical 'nc Mt. Pulaski Lic, #058-12-1898 Dave Bassett John Wyss 792-5593 Thursday - March 8, 2012 During discussion, it was pointed out the repairs requested were apparently to be made to a pre-existing condition of the wall. Mayor Fuhrer said a third party had threatened to sue the city to make the additional repair. Mayor Fuhrer said it is up to the City Council as to what is to be done concerning the additional repair. He asked the Council Members to take a look at the wall and decide what to do at the voting meeting March 10. Mayor Fuhrer told the council that if they have a tie vote on the question, he would be voting no. He added - in summary - that his opinion should not influence the vote. Other Business City Treasurer Jim Sutton reported receipts of $27,483.85 for the period Feb. 13 - Feb. 27. Councilmember John Utterback said the city needed to base build- ing permit costs on square footage not a flat fee. He said a building permit fee should cost $100 on a 2,000 square foot building. The plan will be discussed further at the March 10 voting meeting. Councilmember John Utter- back suggested the $300 per month "wildlife" trapping fee could be modified. He said that someone calling in to have an animal trapped should pay half the cost. Currently the city pays a trapper up to the monthly budget of $300. John said by having the caller pay half, the city could trap It was then noted the same cond- more animals. tion already existed on the west Next City Council Meeting is 6:30pm side to a wall adjoining the build- Tuesday, March 10 in City Hall. ing west of Mr. Tieke's building. , .... Open 7 Days a Week 11am - 7 pm Daily New menu items... Tacos, Chicken Fried Rice, Other Daily Specials Lemon and Strawberry Ice Cream are Back! Follow us on Facebook Look for... "The Dairy Bar, Mount Pulaski, I1." Specials and pictures posted, Secret codes for discounts Seussical the Musical, Jr.! Mt. Pulaski High School Drama Club is proud to present Suessical the Musical, Jr. It will be performed in .the New Gym 7pm Friday, April 13and again 3pm and 7pm Saturday. Admission to the musi- cal is $5 for adults and $4 for students. Children 3 and under are flee. A mastoccoli fundraiser dinner in the cafeteria is 5 to 7pm Sat- urday, April 14 with salad, garlic bread, a dessert and a drink. Adult plates are $7 and a child's plate is $3. LLCC fall 2011 part- time President's and Vice President's ,lists Lincoln Land Community Col- lege has announced its part-time President's and Vice President's lists for the fall 2011 semester. To be eligible for the part-time Vice President's and President's lists, students must be enrolled in six to 11 credit hours Students named to the President's List (noted with an asterisk) earned a GPA of 4.0. Those on the Vice President's List earned a GPA of 3.50-3.99. Area students so honored are: Cornland - LILY M. KOEHL* Mt. PulasM- JASON BEARD* Make sure you have the coverage you nd  a price you can affo Call me today to, schedule a free, no-obligation Insurance and Financial Review. Larry D. Medaris LUTCF 31 6 S. Washington - Mt. Pulaski 792-3778 F I N A N C I All, ;0592H0 www;countqffinanclaLcom Mt. Pulaski Times 9