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In wedding vows, most couples can't imagine what the "worse" they promised to endure might actually entail. LEGAL NOTICE The Amended Budget for the MtPulaski Community Unit Dis- trict #23 for the 2014-2015 School Year will be available for inspection in the Unit Office at 119 N. Garden Str., Mt Pulaski, IL on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 through Monday, April 20, 2015. Office hours are 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Hearing on the Amended Budget will be Monday, April 20, 2015 during the regu- lar meeting of the Boardof Education. Meeting time is 7:00 pm. Mt Pulaski Community Unit District #23 Board of Education Online Banking With The Farmers Bank It's Easy... It's Secure... Sign Up Today! Do You Know Who You Can Trust? As A Real Community Bank@, we're It's a hard choice in today's financial committed to the community where we Marketplace. llve and work. Committed to making With so many banks and other financial all our decisions locally and remaining companies trying to get your  focused on the needs of our business, it's hard to know customers and community. who really has your best interest at heart. Co What's the solution? me visit and Placing your trust in A Real Community Bank@ solves that problem, tell us how we Because only banks qualified to display this banking seal of approval are dedicated to hometown values and hometown can serve you, commitment. / FARMERS [ 792-5211 13() S. Washington St. Mt Pulaski www.farm-bank.com No Bids By Mike Lakin Mt. Pulaski Consulting Engi- neer Greg Gustafson reported that there were no contrac- tors bidding on the Mr. Pulaski Water Towe r project. While seven contactors requested project specifications on the water tower project, none of them submitted bids at the deadline. The problem was contractors being able to "fit" the tower work into their exist- ing schedules. Project specifi- cations are being re-done for a new bid opening date of April 16. Coundlmembers Sue Stewart and Randy Reeter did not file petitions for the April 7 election and will leave the council. Matt Bobell and Andrew Neaville were contacted about joining the council. Matt has agreed to serve as Randy's replace- ment. Andrew is still consider- ing whether to serve as Sue's replacement. Matt and Andrew are nominees and will have to be first confirmed by the coun- cil. Chief Lynn Freer hired Scott Brown as a part-time police officer. Scott is a retired county deputy. He will be the city's DARE Officer and will be in local schools one day each week. The city is repairing alleys and patching streets. Jeff Anderson said that there have been sev- eral "Sunday emergencies", the last being a broken check valve at Well #5. City Treasurer Jim Sutton reported income to the city for February 25 - March 10 of $37,772.16. Of that total was the city's share of December Illi- nois Income Tax of $12,756.69. Motor Fuel Tax work is in the planning stage for North Wash- ington starting at the Maple Street intersection north to Elkhart Road. The work will be in the shoulders of the street. Mt. talaski Consulting Engi- neer Greg Gustafson updated the new forced main work from Spring Street to Elkhart Road. The CN Railway was days away from completing utility location along the proposed work route. The railway does require the City to pay for a railway flagman to be present during the work for safety reasons. Greg said.that in areas where the work is 25' or more from the railroad tracks there is not a need for a flagman to be present. IEPA permits for the forced main work are being processed. Next Council meeting is 6:30 pm Tuesday March 24 in City Hall. City of Mt. Pulaski Will No Longer Sellor Haul Rock Starting April 1, 2015 the City will stop selling and hauling rock for residents. 8 m o I,d