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Access to Public Meeting Information Improved In Other News - 18 Governor Pat Quinn signed legisla- The new law requires all entities The CDC is warning people that the latest strain of swine flu may be able to tion to strengthen the Illinois Open subject to the Open Meetings Act to HUNTER ' SAFETY COURSE, spread from pigs to people at state fairs. Meetings Actl . provide a certain level of specificity. Fri. & Sat. Sept. 14 (6-10 inn)& 15 The House will vote on whether or not to House Bill 4687 requires public when creating their agendas. (9 am-3 Inn) at Mt. Pulaski Ameri- fire federalworkers who are tax delinquent. bodies conducting a public meeting This legislation was inspired by can Legion. Attendees must be 16- Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas has . to ensure that a copy of the meeting a court case centered on an Illinois years and older and accompanied :vamped their $17 Million buffet it now notice and agenda is available to the municipality that posted a meeting by someone 16-years of age or older, seats 590 and offers 524 items. public for the entire 48 hours preced- notice before the meeting but did so Reservations - 792-5658. No charge A new nail polish that is infused with dia- ing the meeting, in a building that was locked on the for course. Meal served on Saturday. monds is selling for $250,000 a bottle. The measure specifies that public weekends and not accessgole to the bodies can satisfy this requirement public. This legislation closes that * LOGAN COUNTY DEMOCRATS A veteran says he called the Department by posting the meeting notice on the loophole by requiring online posting announced that Debbie Fuhrer of Mt. of Veterans Affairs and was informed by a Internet. The law also ensures that of meeting agendas that list meeting Pulaski was the winner of the large message that his wait would be more than meeting agendas provide the public action items in such cases and which gift basket of school supplies during 4,000 minutes. - with adequate information about the are continuously available The law the Logan County Fair at the Demo- 'meeting's actions, takes effect Jan. 1. crats' booth. .] Not the tour of Lincoln's Tomb you would expect next issue. Teclmically Speaking Joins Mount Pulaski Christian Church is program at Lakeside Christian Church pleased to announce the addition of in Springfield, served as a camp team Jared Nassiff to their ministerial staff, member for LCU, was captain of the Lincoln Christian University Baseball team, and was a recruiter for LCU athletics. He has also had experi- Mobile Music Touch, a treatment for ence in leading small groups, preach- people who have lost sensation in their hag, leading worship, planning youth hands from a.spinal cord injury, but it events, helping with VBS, recruiting also teaches people to play the piano in and training volunteers He served the process. his internship at Parkview Christian Developed by Tanya Markow at Georgia Tech, the MMT consists of a Church in the Chicago area. One glove, control lJok and five small w at- of his supervisors at Parkview said "We've had 30-40 interns and Jared was one of the best, if not the best." You may contact Jared on facebook, or at fi', or by calling the church office at 217-792- 5417. Lug motors --,it teaches music. As music. is played, a light-up keyboard indicates the correct key and the MMT vfl mtes the corresponding finger. Researchers found that users who learned songs with the MMT learnedthem faster. It gives users an incentive to use the device, and a goal to work towards. Jared will be serving as the youth minister at the Christian Church, working primarily with junior high and high school age. He graduated from Lincoln Christian University in May 2012, with a Bachelor of Arts in Youth Ministry and Preaching. He was raised in a strong Christian home in Ankeny, LA where his father serves as a minister. Senior minister Mark Weber says, "We are very excited to have Jared on board. He brings a lot of energy and ability, and the kids will love him!" Jared has been working with the MPCC youth for the past two years as a volunteer, and has assisted the youth FOR SALE Couch, $75 O/B/O, 217-935-5418 7-19 FOR SALE $39,900 - 2 bdrm / 1 bath house, 313 N. Spring St. - Mr. Pulaski, move in ready, new kitch new floors, double garage w/auto, door lift, nice yard, quiet neighborhood, 30-rains. fix~m Lincoln, Decatur, Springfield, 217-846- 3138 8-9 FOR SALE $700 - 2008 Lance Motor Scooter, 49.7cc, 359-miles, exc. shape, 217-737-0220 8-9 FOR SALE $150 or B/O, 2 wheel pull behind Wailer, perfect for lawnmower hauling toonge jack, working lights, 217-737-9479 8-9 FOR SALE $50 or B/O, 32" steel door, 217-737-9479 8-9 FOR RENT 3 bedrooms, 1 bath country home between W flliamsvi e and Elkhart, - arge eat in kitchen, family room w/ fireplace, large yard, no indoor pets, Mt. Pulaski school district, $500/deposit $500/ month, utilities not induded, ref. required, 217-652-4610 .7-19 LEGAL NOTICE CHESTNUT STREET LIGHT DISTRICT NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE NOTICE IS GIVEN that a public hearh in accordance with 50 ILCS 330/1 et seq will be held by the Cor- porate Authorities of the Chestnut Street Light Di ct on the proposed Appropriation Ordinance for the Fiscal year July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013 at the Aetna Township Building, 109 South Albert Street, Chestnut, Illinois, on September 12, 2012 at 6:00pm. There is available for inspection by the public at the Aetna Township Building 109 South Albert, Chestnut, Illinois, a copy of the proposed Appro- priation Ordinance S/Greg Gobleman, Treasurer Greg Gobleman, Treasurer Chestnut Street Light District