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7 Experienced Interior Painters This end of Garden Street is a dead end, but the city wants residents *'} to follow the rules. The City Council i's concerned emergency vehicles , and traffic being blocked by parked cars. At the June 22 meeting, the Council voted - on the motion of Pete Howe and Randy Rector- to ban parking on the East side (left side in photo) of garden in this block. Mayor Jim Fuhrer said the residents involved have been asked not to block the street. The requests have been ignored. As of the June 22meeting night, Mayor Fuhrer said the street had been block six out , of the last eight days. Once the No Parking sign goes up, tickets will be issued. Towing is also a solution. Times Photo The Saga of the CEFCU foreclosed property on West Cooke has taken one encouraging turn according to Mayor Jim Fuhrer. The realtor list- ing the property reported the structure is being cleaned out. The tarp over the roof would have been done earlier. However, the roofing company that was hired, went the wrong address. The wrong tarping incident placed a tarp over a roof done five years ago. The tarp on that roof was firmly nailed down. That roof was damaged. Mayor Fuhrer told the City Council that, fortunately, the city had nothing to do with the tarping fiasco. As an aside, neighbors are not impressed with the curb appeal. Times Photo A collapsed private well on the CEFCU foreclosure property was turned over to the Logan County Health. Department as a life - safety issue. The health department reported to be in contact with CF, FCU. Times Photo better water, pure and simple: [ n I I [.; ; iivv.t (: di ;d i[.I i  [.t (.1 Water Softeners - Iron Filters - Bottled Water 318 .. Chicago St.- Uncoln 735-4450 Joel and Deanna Jacobs, Eddie Combs Latham Firefighters 61 st Annual ice Cream Social Saturday July 10 Registration starts at 11Am for the Antique tractor and Vintage ca1" show that will be 1 to 7 featur- ing the Land of Lincoln Antique Engine & Tractor Club and the Rail Splitter Car Cub. All others with antique tractors, cars and trucks are welcome. There is no entry fee. There will be activities for antique tractors and vintage cars. Junior Olympics at the ball park at 2 for kids of all ages through high school. There will be a Junior Kids pedal tractor pull at 4. Entertainment by the Eric Bur- gett Central Illinois Country Band from 5 un.til 8 and the Latham Firefighters five large prize draw- ing will be at 8:30Pm. Serving of sandwiches, ice cream, cake, and soft drinks will start at Noon at the firehouse. Free tickets with purchase from the food line for area merchant prizes given away during the afternoon and evening The Latham Firefighters would like to invite everyone to an after- noon and evening of family fun. "Information? I need the number of Caseway Insurance Company." "Would you spell that, please?" "Certainly. That's C as in cadence. A as in aye. S as in sea. E as in eye. W as ih why. A as in are. Y as in you." "Just a minute, sir. I'll connect you with my supervisor." J Shawn & Fred LippJ insuredi QualityWork i Free Estimates l Shawn 414-5413 I Fred 566-34271 Do You Know Who You Can 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 kno,;v who really has your best interest at heart. What's the solution7 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 THE FARMERS BANK or.r00 em 130 S. Washington St. Mt Pulaski 792-5211