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The man who knows the truth and has the opportunity to tell it, Did You Know - but who nonetheless refuses to, is among the most shameful of Newt Gingrich may be ineligible for the Utah By Mike Lakin Once annexation of Barry l%ach's allcreatures. God forbidthat we presidential primary in June, because his Beavers have been as busy as... ben- property is completed, the city will should ever become so lax at that. $500 filing fee check bounced. have the zoning board review Barry's - Theodore Roosevelt vers damming up the ditch that runs from Bruin field into the countryside, request to zone the property corn- The ditch that runs along the rail- mercial. D Y0 K road is important since it helps drain The speed zone of 30 MPH on Lipp 0 U n0w rainwater from the viaduct on Spring Road will not be changed. Foxie Hild Street. Not that there's been much did not attend the meeting, but he is Who You rainwater of late. But when beavers probably still on record opposing the build there several engineering proj- speed limit. ects along the ditch everytlaing gets .If you travel on Marion Street be Can Trust.9 backed up. prepared for the new stop signs. Instead of trying to trap the critters, Crossing Cooke, while on Marion, It's a hard choice in today's the city is looking at cutting down all will now require a full stop, or at least financial marketplace. the trees in the vicinity of the ditch to a rolling stop - however you handle remove the beavers' source of build- such things. With so many banks and John Stewart Construction was other financial companies ing materials. Who will win? The city? The beavers? Stay tuned, the only bid made on the Teike trying to get your business, wall repair - completion. The City it's hard to know who really City Ups Building Permit Fees Council will take up the matter at the has your best interest at April 24 meeting. Council member heart. If you're planning on any home John Utterback commented that he What's the solution? improvements involving a building wanted everything put in writing on permit fee better get to City Hall before May 1. this; making this issue a done deal for The City Council voted to increase now and in the future. If nothing comes up, the new City building permit fees. The new build- Water Well #7 will be completed by ing permit fee is $35 minimum for the mid-May this year. The EPA gave the first $5,000 in value. Improvements Placing your trust in A Real over $5,000 are $1 for each $1,000 green light to get it done. in value. The forced main work from Spring Community Bank solves Street to Elkhart Road remains that problem. Beeause A new home being constructed halted. The Canadian National only banks qualified to costing $150,000 will have a building Railway is still not handing over the lisplay this banking seal permit fee of $180. That's calculated $35 for the first $5,000 and $145 for survey information to get the project of approval are dedicated moving to completion, to hometown values and the next $145,000. The Elkhart Road lift station is still In Other Business on hold. Work will resume once Well hometown commitment. #7 is done and pumping. As A Real Community Police Chief Lynn Freer reported . The city is anxiou /y awaiting the Bank, we're committed to the community where we live the department has seized two vehi- delivery of five semi-loads of road and work. Committed to making all our decisions locally and cles. If the court agrees, the vehicles salt to complete its contract with the remaining focused on the needs of our customers and community. will be sold and the department will supplier. With the mild winter that receive funds from the sale. Driving has just passed, the city didn't use with a suspended license has the what was contracted for and willhave potential of making these offenders quite a stockpile for next winter. edestrians for uite some time t? q Next City Council meeting will be : City Treasurer Jim Sutton reported a voting meeting at 6:30 pm Tues- mcame for the city from March 28 day April 24 in city Hal/. through April 10 totaled $30,790.98. Included in that total was a payment of $7,553.94 from the State of Illinois Sales Tax. Ulrich, D.D.S., M.S. Plumbing ,, =,, uUe *;n" IOrl odonl-lcs Come visit and tell us how we can serve you. Mr Ii Discover the 130S. Washington St. - Mt Pulaski t"l/ I reasons our office has Eleetncal ' become adestinafionfor quality orthodontic treatment FA R M E RS Bassett's Mechanical'., in Central Illinois. Mt. Pulaski Lic. #058-12-1898 Creating beautiful, healthy a A N K o.-,, Dave Bassett John Wyss smiles for children and adults, Bar u z og,' , ls72 400 N. CmCAGO ST. LINCOLN Thursday - April 19, 2012 Mt. Pulaski Times 7