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5 r~ O D I,,I OI tO O O! Happy 96 Birthday "Mom" Louise Cardoni celebrated her 96~h birthday with a family gathering. Louise was bom August 28, 1919 and has lived in the area all of her life. She was married to Joe Cardoni until his death in 2004 Louise has five children - Kenneth (Gall) Cardoni of Cha- tham; Linda (Bob) Van Hook of Forsyth; Bob (Lea) Cardoni of Danville, IA; Judy (Gary)Baker of Olive Branch, MS; and Deb Cardoni of South Milwaukee, WI. Louise has 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. You can shower her with cards at 319 E. Morgan, Mount Pulaski, IL 62548. OUR WE~IHER 2015 - The official National Weather Service rainfall for the Mt. Pulaski Observation Location for July was a total of 4.41". By Day- 7-08 0.11 7-17 0.11 Rain 7-09 2.38 7-20 0.33 7-02 0.11 7-10 0.01 7-21 0.01 7-04 0.02 7-11 0.02 7-27 0.03 7-07 0.75 7-12 0.53 TOTAL 4.41" Fog on July 4 & 5. FOR 2015 - total moisture to date is 23.79". Snowfall was 23.8" through March. FOR 2014 - total moisture was 44". Snowfall was 40.6" FOR 2013 - total moisture was 28.17". Snowfall was 24". CARVING By Larry Wilham...available at Salt Creek Attic St. John's Lutheran Church Church That Could" 10:00AM Services Sunday Services W. Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5502 Cont'd From Front Page Matt Presswood said the $11,362.31. An almost equal city has been working on the amount was included in the brown water issues related to total from the city's share of the work on the water tower, state income taxes. He said there has been some It was reported that a city improvement by reconfigur- resident was served with ing city well usage, three city ordinance viola- The city is looking into a tions conceming the condi- different type of tar to be used tion of a yard. Two of the vio- to fill cracks in the street. The lations have been corrected tar however, requires a differ- leaving one outstanding. It ent type of equipment than was stated that the city is the city currently owns. One continuing to work on this of the suggestions is to lease and looking for the coopera- the necessary equipment to tion of the property owner. use this different type of tar. When asked about other It was explained that this tar issues at the property, the that is being looked at, does city takes the position that it not "lift out" of cracks in the enforces what is in the ordi- street, nance book, but is reluctant City Treas. Jim Sutton to go beyond that as to just reported income to the city the general appearance of between August 12 and property. August 25 of $41,563.54. Of The next city Council that total, the share of the meeting is 6:30 PM TUesday, dty's sales tax amounted to September 8 in City Hall. Cane Memento Recent visitors to the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse (and Museum) were part of the Aitchison family. One man told that he has a cane that was carved from a piece of the second floor-the one that was put down on top of the original. Does anyone know of any others? It would be great to have one at the Courthouse. Barbara Stroud-Borth I ............. ~ ......... ~//~!i;~o~:~-~ .. I t 43 Years of Residential- Commercial Flooring Service to Central Illinois North Side of Square - Mt. Pulaski Monday - Friday 9AM to 4PM & By Appointment or There is no substitute~ for hard work. Thomas Edison 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 know who really has your best interest at heart. What's the solution? 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 you. THE 1~ iFARMERS B A N K o,' L T&e O/dest~ ~ X~ ~ *~ 1@72 I 130 S. Washington St. Mt Pulaski www.farm-bank.com