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Cont'd From Front Page In reference to Relight, there is a a business and the class itself will transporting themselves to classes. - Kristi Ford, Lindsey Lex, Melanie continuing discussion between the be starting a business. Area busi- The new business program will be Hinson, Brian Erlenbush, Rachel company and the school districi, nesses will fund the program and added as a weighted class and was Grunder, Ruth Parhas, and Sarah These include incentives to the the goal is to have students inter- approved by the board. The other Boline. school district. The school board ested in business remain in Logan weighted class will be an advance In a separate vote, the board will inform the public if the com- County after graduation to start a band class, hired Bethany Dulle as assistant pany presents an offer to the dis- business. There was a discussion concern- junior high volleyball coach. The trict. The school board is acting on Principal Terry Morgan discussed ing what to do with the high school, vote of the board was 4 to 1, Char- the advice of the school district's the weighted courses for high One of the first steps is to send out lie Hickey voting no. attorney, school students. The number of RFQ (request for quote) to archi- The board also voted in refer- The board unanimously approved weighted courses will increase from tects in this area. It was decided ence to student number 2015 - 2 to the amended budget. 10 to 12. For the new business class, to table the matter until the May overturn a prior board decision. On The new entrepreneur program it will take up two periods from meeting, the vote, John Stewart voted pres- in Logan County for high school 7:30 AM to 9 AM and will start this An executive session followed ent and Doug Martin voted no- the students will involve showing fall. A committee will select stu- the public meeting. On returning- remaining board members voted students how to start their own dents from Logan County to enroll to open session the board approved yes. business. Each student will start in the program and students will be the rehiring of non-tenure teachers City of Mt. Pulaski Official Resolution CONCERNING THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF RANDY G. REETER WHEREAS: Randy G. Reeter was appointe4 as Alderman Ward 2 in January of 2008, was elected in April 2011, and deCfded n }o participate in the election in April 2015, and WHEREAS: Randy G. Reeter has served faithfully and well, and contributed greatly to the efficient management of the affairs of the city. WHEREAS: Randy G. Reeter contributed his time attending the City Council Meetings, as welt as Committee Meetings to insure the city ran as smoothly as possible. IT IS THEREFORE RESOLVED: That, I, Mayor James Fuhrer, and the present members of the City Council do hereby honor the public service of Rancly G. Reeter, for the work that he did as Alderman for Ward 2. As a council we extend our sincere thanks for a job well done, and extend to him Best Wishes and Good Luck for the fiaure. APPROVED: By the City Council of the City of Mt. Pulasla, county of Logan, and state of Illinois this 14a' day of April, 2015, and to be presented to Randy G. Reeter, Alderman Ward 2 with a copy to be sent for publication in the local newspaper, and a copy to be placed on permanent record in the Office of the City Clerk at City Hall. Mayor Attest: CityPickup Date For Landscape Waste May 4 Have your landscape waste ready for pickup by 7 am Monday May 4. 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 weather is bad, pickup is the next daywith good weather. All small debris, grass, leaves, small sticks, etc. must be in bags. Place all material within 6' of the edge of the pavement. Do not place any material in the street or on the sidewalks. Do not remove entire trees from your private property and place them for the City pick up. Excessive amounts of material will not be removed by the city. Should you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 792- 3222. Part Time In Home Caregiver Caregiver wanted for part time in home care of elderly woman. Must be patient, caring, detailed, and dependable. Experienced working with elders or CNA a plus, but not required. Must have good references and be subject to a background check. Call 217- 737-0693 (cell) or 792-5116, for details or email resume and ref- erences to Heidi McCormick at mark1981325 2 By Mike Lakin Wally Kautz l eaded into the courthouse for the April 16 "Tribute to Abraham Lincoln" program. Aaron Schock resigned his con- gressional seat. Logan County and 18 other counties are involved in a special election to elect'a new member of Congress from what was his district. A special Primary is July 7 and a special election is September 10. However, there's more. Each county has 30-specific dates to keep track of related to this election. Right now, each county has to foot the bill for the election that will cost taxpayers in each county. The grand total - for all counties together -might be well "north" of a million dollars when all is said and done. How do you clear a room? Announce toilets aren't working. Happened at Legion Home during Courthouse Gala last month. Randy Reeter attests that driving by a golf course offers hazards. An errant golf ball struck his pickup. He heard it. He didn't know more than that at the time. Forgot to mention, Marty Spear did get more than two votes in the Park District election. Majority of Americans believe that marijuana should be legalized. Especially anyone in Illinois who thinks it is, already. FLORALS By Kathy... ...available at Salt Creek Attic.