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I ! i :? It's a hard choice in today's financial marketplace. With so many banks and other financial companies trying "to get your business, it's hard to know who really has your best interest at heart. What's the solution? Placing your trust in A Real of approval are dedicated to commitment. As A Real Community Bank, we're where we live and work. Committed locally and remaining focused on the community. Community Bank solves that problem. Because only banks qualified to display this banking seal hometown values and hometown committed to the community to making all our decisions needs of our customers and Come visit and tell us how we can serve you. THE FARMERS B A N K orML mm my Member O~ Bad ~ Loga~ Co~ntM -S$~ 187~ 130 S. Washington St.- Mt Pulaski t I I i I L]/~ "~[[ [ 11-02-12 O~ : : LOT SQUARE FEET: I 1 98, = 0 , I=" L ...................... 1 tO 0 e By Mike Lakin A preliminary plot plan (see above) of Hayes, Caroline Huff, Emily Johnston, the Casey's store site for Mount Pulaski Whitney Nichols, Lilly Pickett, Breanna was presented to the city Council. In addi- Rentmeister, Ashton Wakeman, Kendra tion to the plan, Casey's has also submit- Willoughby, Alyssa Bridge, Lizzie Ford, ted some zoning questions. The developer Morgan Kinnaird, and Elizabeth Siebert may have something for the city Council finished their remarkable season with an by the April meeting, overall record of 29 wins and 5 losses; and Larry Cyrulik attended the meeting with WHEREAS: this record was accomplished questions and concerns by neighborhood through great team effort and was further residents. Larry said neighboring home- distinguished by the team's outstanding owners are concerned about the effect on ability, determination, sportsmanship, property values, the effect on the existing and by dedicated coaching and loyal sup- BP station, and how trading income from port of parents, families and fans; and one business to another would actually WHEREAS: the accomplishments of and improve the city's economics, the recognition of this team have brought Mayor Jim Fuhrer said that everything much pride, joy, recognition, and acclaim that the city has received so far has been to the entire community as well as the the preliminary plot plan, but no firm School District; proposals. Jim added that the company NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that is aware of the city's zoning and that if the resolution be in full force and effective Casey's pursues establishing the business immediately upon it's passage, and that it there would be public hearings, be published throughout the community, by anyand all means; " In. other business RESOLVED THIS 12TH DAY OF MARCH The city of Mount Pulaski issued the 2013. following... Chief Lynn Freer reported that an ordi- RESOLUTION nance proposal concerning the appear- To Recognize the Outstanding Achieve- ance of property should be ready for ments of the MT. PULASKI HIGH SCHOOL the March 26 committee meeting. The 2013 GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM IHSA 2013 ordinance would affect property owners GLASS 1A SECOND PLACE WINNERS AND conkeming the "curb appeal" of property THEIR COACH ERIC LEEVER & ASSISTANT within the city limits. COACHKRISTINRUCKS Public Works Dir. Mike Patridge WHEREAS: the Mt. Pulaski High School reported that a water line was installed for Girls Basketball Team has won the 2nd the new restaurant - insurance office. He Place Trophy in the 2013 IHSA Class 1A added the Carter waterline extension is in State Girls Basketball Tournament; and process. WHEREAS: the Lady Toppers team" The city. Council approved a street cel- Captains, Jessica Awe, Erika Leever, and ebration Friday, June 28. The Celebration Andrea is sponsored by the Mount Pulaski Court- Dickerson, along with their team mem- house foundation. bers Lauren Anderson, Julia Beccue, Alec ) Cont d on page 22 - See "City Coundl"