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3 On Going... AA Meeting Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are every Thursday evening, 6 to 7:30Pm in the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center, on Lafayette 175 t" Meetings Mt. Pulaski 175th Celebration meet- ings are the first and third Saturdays of each month at the Mt. Pulaski VFW Hall, South Side of the Square, First Saturday meeting in July is July 3 at 9Am. Third Saturday meeting is July  17 at 9Am. City Landscape Waste = Pickup JULY 2 , The City of Mt. Pulaski will remove landscape waste that has been placed 1 within the area between the sidewalk and the edge of the street. If the weather is bad, we will pickup on the next day with good weather. To help us serve you better, we ask that that our residents please follow these guidelines: J Have your landscape waste ready for pickup by 7Am Monday, July 2. NEW REQUIREMENT... All small debris, grass, leaves, must be in bags. 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 Tr'eatment Rant and place the material in the proper location. Questions?... contact City Hall at 792-3222. If you're going to tell someone the truth, have one foot in the stirrup. Bill Bryson Wisdom WIU Grad HEATHER ILENE FRICKE of Mt. Pulaski earned her Master of Sci- ence, Instructional Design& Tech- nology from Western Illinois Uni- versity. Chestnut Street Lights Meeting 9 Am Saturday July 10 Aetna Township Building, South Street in Chestnut By Mike Lakin In the words of a country song... "That's th/ night the lights went out in Georgia...". Chestnut residents are looking at the same thing. The Chestnut Streetlight Com- mittee is slowly going broke. The Streetlight Committee has been told that they do not have the power to go to the voters for an increase in property taxes to cover the expenses of keeping the power on. The" small increase the com- mittee has been able to ask for on the tax levy each year may not cover the cost of streetlights before the reserves run out. One idea the committee came up with was Adopt-A-Pole to raise funds. There also some jars around town for spare change donations. The committee is also looking into hardship grants from AMEREN. The Streetlight Committee reports spending $1500 a year more than its income. In about 3 years, the number of streetlights will have to be cut from 27 to about 16. This cut would allow str.eet- !ight finances to financially break even. Tile Streetlight Committee also pays for two meters in one of the parks in Chestnut. One meter is for the tt.O.EE. Mobile Medical Unit. The other is at the pavilion and used for a variety of purposes. Both panels supply power during town events when neces- sary. Salt Creek A00ic LiD lo6 ,'5. Washington Mt. Pulaski WHAI AR[ YOU WAITING I:OR? HANDS fReE ADjlISTM[NTSI YOU Wilt HeAR B[TT[RI FREE TRI00,L! NO, feeDBACK! NO BACI(GR00DHND NOISES! THIS IS wHAT A HEARINc LOSS MAY S,00UXD LIKE If YoU ARe MISUNDERSTANDING WORDS IT IS TIMe I:OR A fR.[[ H[AIING CH[CI tIPI free I:our-Pa(:ll of Batteries THE HEARING AID CENTER 1201 WOODLAWN ROAD m LINCOLN, IL 62656 MONmFRI9AM 3Pm-(217) 735-3573 CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF FRIENDLY SER VICE!