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9 ft. gl gl o O I--t MT PULASKI PINTO #1 team took second place out of 24 teams in the 2013 Tri- County Pinto Tournament Back Row: Coaches Scot Ruhl, Randy Bailey, Doug Martin, Rich Sellinger, and Nathan Fricke. Middle Row: Jack Fricke, Josef Sheehom, Andrew Bailey, Evan Cooper, and Jameson Lowe. Front Row: Kellen Wilham, Alec Martin, Hunter Kretzinger, David Ruhl, Colt Sellinger, and Nolan Diebert. City Council Cont'd From Page 8 Chief Freer updated the Council on notifications of condemned rental property. The owner of the property, and the renters, have 90 days to repair - vacate. Railroad crossings in town will have work done on them by the railroad starting late July. Washington Street crossing will be replaced and the railroad will repair all crossings in town. This was result of discussions between the Illinois Commerce Commission and the Canadian National Railway. Completion of electrical work at the Elkhart Road lift station will take place after installation of the rest of the equipment. Antic- ipated completion date is the end of this August. City Treas. Jim Sutton reported income for the ity between June 26 and July 9 of $51,718.31. Of that total, $26,7192.5 was payment from the state of Illinois for the city's share of income tax. City tree commission will review requests from residents con- ceming boulevard trees and that review wilF be presented to the city. The commission will prepare recommendations for tree spe- cies to be planted by homeowners onboulevards. Arequest for permission to sell package liquor starting at noon instead of 1 PM on Sundays hasbeen received. No action taken. Sue Stewart and Darrell Knauer will serve on the police commit- tee. All other committees will meet as a committee of the whole. Casey's is taking bids from contractors in preparation for the construction of their facility. Next City Council meeting is 6:30 PM July 23 in City Hall. POLICE.F,.o.T By Mike Lakin REVOKED DRIVER LOSES TRUCK- Chief Lynn Freer observed a-t996 Dodge. pickup truck, and after running the reg- istration, he found the owner to have multiple suspensions and a revocation all for DUI. When asked for a license the driver stated, "I don't have a license, it's suspended." The computer record showed DUI suspensions in June 2011, Octo- ber 2011, September 2012, and October 2012. A revocation for DUI Was active from Octo- ber 13, 2011. Arrested, he was taken to the county jail and pro- Vided a "Notice of Seizure for Forfeiture" on his1996 Dodge Dakota pickup. His citation was for driving while revoked. This was the driver's only vehicle, but then he didn't have a license. NEWS(00NOTES ILLINOIS FISHING information pamphlets for 2013-2016 are now available at  PULASKI CiTY HALL. WATER USAGE STAMPS are available at Mt Pulaski City Hall. The stamps are mandatory for all non-powered watercraft. Stamps must be purchased for - canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, sailboats, kite boards, and float tubes. The water usage stamps must be displayed Water Usage Stamps are $6 per calendar year for each of the first three vessels, and $3 each for any additional vessels. An, agent fee of 50-cents will be charged per vessel. All of the new Water Usage Stamps must be purchased at the same time to receive the discount. Illinois set a record for tourism in 2012. Bassett's Mechanical '- Mt. Pulaski Lic. #058-12-1898 Dave Bassett John Wyss 792.5593 ! IO 00ei" 30 Year00 Experience G ,ne .al Professional Service Home Town Commitment Funyb0000d Bonded & Licensed kay Inman 454.3090