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CONT'D FROM PAGE 4 Misc. Projects - Personnel has been patching streets, cleaning catch basins, and extensive equipment maintenance. All pumping equip- ment, has been serviced, skid loader, backhoe, dump trucks, either-have been or soon will be serviced. Speed signs installed. Brush runs will com- mence shortly..Also, fire hydrant flushing will be scheduled in the very near future. Financial Report ,i Loan funds were in for the demo- lition costs and Well #7 work. The surcharge on water bills for Well #7 did not meet the monthly payment, but the shortfall was paid. Insurance funds for roof repairs from the August 2011 hailstorm are available for any repairs needed immediately. Mike Patridge and Lyle Fout will determine what roofing work is needed first. In Other Business The Athletic ASsociation agree- ment for Frasicr Park was approved. Councilmember Darrell Knauer said the Courthouse Foundation plans a street dance June 16. They asked the city to close off a section of Washington Street from 5 to 11 pm that afternoon -evening. The council did not act on the request. They will check with busi- nesses affected and discuss the matter at the March 27 meeting. Chief Freer reported that he had complaints and concerns expressed to him about individuals shooting arrows during activities at ,Frasier Park. He advised the police depart- ment will treat the matter as a nui- sance and will fine individuals under the nuisance ordinance. Fines can go up to $750. " Deron Powell offered to purchase fencing materials for a fence between his and Pizza Man. The city Officem would provide the labor to install the fence. The matter will be discussed at the March 27 meeting. The Council went into executive session to discuss the Teike Building and Personnel. Easter Parade Constantine the Great is credited with being the originator of the Easter Parade. It began on the first Easter Sunday fol- lowing his conversion. On that day, he ordered the members of his court to wear their finest garments to honor and c~l- ebrate the resurrection of Christ. Thursday - March 22, 2012 9 Livestock-Trees-Antiques-Coins-MisceHaneous-Furniture Lawn & Garden-Trucks & Automobiles-Farm Equipment PANCAKES & SAUSAGE or TS & GRAVY DINNERS CONSIGNMENTS TAKEN UNTIL 7:30,A.M. SALE DAY LARGE ITEMS will be accepted anytime week of the sale. SMALL ITEMS, including furniture will be accepted Friday, March 30 UNTIL DARK. NO F!rearms; NO Overhead Fuel Tanks; NO Non-Working Appliances - Computers; NO Used Tires; NO Paints/Solvents or Empty Paint or Solvent Containers NO unauthorized golf carts, ATV's or vehicles or Dogs allowed on the grounds during the auction. COUNTRY KITCHEN STORE, DAY OF SALE: Home Baked Goods; Walnut, Illinois Cheese; Fresh Sausage; Pork Chops; Spare Ribs; and All Other Pork Cuts. SAUSAGE, PORK & CHEESE: On sale at Community Center week of the sale starting 9am Monday, March 26 CRAFTS: Country Crafts VENDORS: Many Vendors with a variety of Merchandise day of Sale TERMS: Cash or approved check with: photo ID. Buyers register with photo ID. Not responsible for accidents. Purchasers shall assume responsibility of items at the time of purchase. No items removed from the ground until full payment is made. All purchases items MUST be removed from the grounds on the day of the sale unless previous arrangements have been made with the commu- nity center. All items left after the day of the sale will be disposed of at the discretion of the Commu- nity Center Board. This listing is ffubject to change. Announcements on sale day take precedence over typographical errors and printed materials. Buyers must protect their purebases. SECURITY: Security will be provided and "The Lake Fork Community Center Reserves the right to check any and all merchandise leaving the grounds" and Buyers will be asked to "show proof of purchase of that merchandise" COMMUNITY CENTER PHONE (217) 792-5662 (Week of Sale) FOR INFORMATION-CONTACTS: Walter Bryson 792-3939 (shop) 792-3328 (evening), Glenn Bryson 792-3939, Richard Stewart 792-5891, Donald Riedle 792-5721or (cell) 9725721, Mike Maske 519-3959, Delmar S!ewart 792-5793 VUIII EB AUu' rlOIIEEII$ from 2011: Bernard Bree, Andy Black, John Laurenzara II, Less Payne, Bill Hutchens, Mike Hall, Richard Leach, Gail Quick, Steve Folger, Gary Morris, David Mendenhall, Lance Schmid, Logan Schmid, Ron McAfee, Mike Maske and others. AUI rIliTIIII |$: Less Payne, Bill Hutchens, Mike Hall, Richard Leach, Gail Quick, Lance Schmid, and Mike Maske. CI|RI{$: Bob Shanle, Bubbles Collier, Todd Farris, Sara Farris, Dedc Martfn, 'l'ammy Page, Vel Morris, Carla Harnace, Jane Pharis, Brandin Rankin. Nearly 1500 Buyers Numbers Issued Nearly 400 Consigners Nearly 2500 People In Attendance Mt. Pulaski Times 5