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3 Mt. Pulaski City Council March Committee Meeting - By ike Lakin [ 49% SO Far Inland Tool Sewage Expan- if they would assume half thefor the one-year celebration. He fee of $2,700 from AMEREN. He I The 2010 Census returns are sion - Public Works Director cost of the $3,500. Jim said also suggested, thatifsomething said, the City has to find out l at 49% for Logan County. Mike Patridge reported the the project would directly ben- is done, it needs to be at the what happens to that fee if the ] Voluntary compliance with the IDOT application has been sub- efit four entities with additional least cost to the City. City buys electricity from Stone ] 2010 Census ends April 15. After mitted to bore under Route 121. parking spaces. Police Chief Lynn Freer corn-River Group (an AMEREN sub- ] April 15 residents that have The '~ermit will be issued the The project will be on the mented that removing the top sidiary). If the City lost the ] failed to fill out the 2010 Census first week of April and the work voting agenda for the Aprilmeet- (inverted-V-shape) of the retain- $2,700, then the $4,000 savings ] will have a Census Taker knock- to be done the second week ofing. ing wall would give skateboard- drops to $1,300. Jim also is con- I ing at the door to help complete April. Courthouse block retaining ers a dangerous place to prac- cerned about the delivery fee ] the form. Well Field - By the end of the wall-The 175thCelebrationCom-tice their sport, to the City. He wants it to be ] defined. second week of April, Wells 4 mittee has asked the City toSewage Pond Open - Mike Post Prom- The City will beI 2011 Meetings and 5will have pumps replaced, repairtheretainingwallaroundPatridge said the City has Elkhart Road Lift Station -the block. One proposal, taking opened the Sewage Pond from donating $200 to $375 for Post ] Mt. Pulaski 175th Celebration The plans for construction are the top off the retaining wall 8 to 3 from Monday through Prom. , .... ! meetings are the first and third done. After a final review of and skimcoatingthesamewould Saturday for residents to haul l[em m lntorma[lon- The I Saturdays of each month at the h~ plans, construction will be ready cost $15,000. Mike Patridge said their landscape waste. The City parking 1o[ on Jeimrson (across I Mt Pulaski VFW Hall South to start, the minimum cost for structural will pickup landscape wastes from INB) is. owned byINB. INB [ Side ofthe Square. Next meeting Expansion of Parking - Mike work on the wall would cost the first Monday of each month. Is enrer[almngozmrs mr xts pur- / i~ Anrll 17 at .qAm i~ir~t m~ot Patridge said the proposed addi- $10,000. Council Member John The rules and schedule is pub- ~ "~'~ ~_.,...., ~. ..... ,_.. | ing in May is May 1at 9Am. tion of angle parking in front of Utterback suggested removing lished on this page. Ne~ ~,.~--n5 - H~ ~gu~ax- / the Post Office would cost $500 the retaining walt and landscap- Stone RiverGroup-Treasurer City Council voting meeting-is/It takes fewer muscles to smile than to ,~ for the sidewalk work and $3,500 ing the ground. Council Member Jim Sutton told the Council that 6:30PM Tuesday, April 13 in Mt. / frown.., and fewer still to ignore someone for the parking area. Mayor Jim John Poffenbarger said it is the City receives a franchisePulaski City Hall. [ completely. COWBOYWlSDOM Fuhrer said he would talk to a question of decline in reve- :~ Drs. Mason & Mason, the Post nues. He suggested doing cos- DoY0 Kn :i ' Office, Frieke-Calvert-Schrader tactic repairs. City Treasurer Funeral Home. and the Mt. Jim Sutton said that such a proj- U 0W ~_ Pulaski Christian Church to see ect would be quite an expense The above logo that has been adoped by the 175th Anniversary Committee The logo was created by Steve Martin and Scott Lind- icy. I I I l I l l I I I I l I CUT OUT AND SAVE I I l APRIL 5, MAY 3, JUNE 7, J ILY 2, AUGUST 2, PTEMBER 3, OCTOBER 4, NOVEMBER 1, DECEMBER 6.11 On the above dates, the City of Mt. Pulaski will remove landscape waste that has been placed within the area between the sidewalk and the edge of the street. If the weather is bad on the scheduled dates, then we willI pickup on the next day with good weather. To help us serve you better, we ask that that our residents please follow these guidelines: Have yol,r landscape waste ready for pickup by 7:U0 AM. on the scheduled dates. All small debris, grass, leaves, etc. must be in bags. *** THIS IS A NEW REQUIREMENT!! Do not place any material in the street or on the sidewalks. Place all material within 6' of the edge of pavement. Do not remove entire trees from your private property and place them for City pick up. If you hire a contractor to remove your trees, have your contractor haul the material to the Sewage Treatment Plant and place the material in the proper location. A separate notice for fall, leaf pickup service, -will be published at a later date. Should you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 792-3222. CUT OUT AND SAVE ,J= Trust? 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 Community Bank solves that problem. Because only banks qualified to display this banking seal of approval are dedicated to hometown values and hometown commitment. As A Real Community Bank, we're committed to the community where we live and work. Committed to making all our decisions locally and remaining focused on the needs of our customers and community. Come visit and tell us how we can serve you. 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