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Mt Pulaski Grade School Students of the Month 8th Grade: Elizabeth Siebert - Daughter of Rob and Jill Siebert of Mt. Pulaski. 7th Grade: Harley Moore - Daughter of Adam Moore of Clinton and Andrea Brady of Mt. Pulaski. 6th Grade: Abby Howard - Daughter of Heath and Lisa Howard of Elkhart. mes,l00O October 15, 2011 "It's old news, but there's nothing else wrong with it." Mark Twain sMALL]OWN pApERS INC 27 W COTA C_12/51/ SHELTON WA 98584-2263 After a recent election, Wallace (Wally) Kautz He was sworn in by Division 4 Commander was sworn in as Commander of the Mt. Pulaski Ronald E. Undenstock of District 17. American Legion Post 447. Times Photo Mt Pulaski City Council Briefs Halloween By Mike Lakin Sue Stewart's City Councilmember to the hailstorm. Thirteen Halloween Ex- Randy Reeter was absent, city roofs were damaged travaganza will be Mike Patridge reported and some city vehicles every evening Oct. the oil and chipping of were damaged. Council 29/30/31. Can't city streets was done. will discuss letting bids miss the Stew- Due to lack of rain dust for roof repairs at Oct. arts, but in case has been stirring, but the 25 meeting. Council will - their address is contractor swept streets decided to take bids on 900 S. Arch - Mt. recently to deal with the thirteen roofing projects Pulaski. A not to problem. - or one bid for all thirteen miss Halloween Work is moving right roofs. display, along on the new Elkhart New yield signs for Trick or Treat- Road lift station. Jasper and Lafayette were ing in Mt. Pulaski City Treasurer Jim officially approved. Jasper will be Monday Sutton reported the will yield to Lafayette. - Halloween city deposits from Sept. Zoning changes will be Night- from 5 to 13 to Oct. 11 totaled voted on. The former B 7Pm. Only stop $146,769.56. and B car repair will be at homes with the Cityreceived$63,297.87 rezoned commercial and porch light on. for insurance claims due a lot on German Avenue will be rezoned from com- mercial to residential. The sale of personal property found in the Red Door will be coming up. Not much of value was found, but the building needs cleaned out. A lot of dimensional lumber is in the building, but insects have nibbled some on. New city well at Salt Creek will be 260 feet north of Salt Creek and in line with the three existing water wells. City is wait- ing on EPA permits. Once received, drilling for the new well will be done. Times Subscriptions For 2012 December 31 is the end for your 2011 subscription to the Mt. Pulaski Times Subscriptions paid BEFORE December I are... In Illinois $25 for 2012 (through 12-31-2012) Outside Illinois $30 for 2012 (through 12-31-2012) Subscriptions paid AFTER December I are... In lllinois $30 for 2012 (through 12-31-2012) Outside lllinois $35 for 2012 (through 12-31-2012) First Class The subscription for the Mt. Pulaski Times mailed First Class (In Envelope) is $45 for 2012 (through 12-31-2012) CALENDAR Logan County Genealogical & His- torical Society (1 14 N. Chicago St., Lincoln) meeting (6:30Pro Oct. 17) John Hiezer's program, "How to Restore Tombstones". Mt. Pulaski Rotary Memorial Tree Planting 10 Am Saturday Oct. 22 at Veterans Memorial - Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. Zion Lutheran Church & School Trunk or Treat Saturday OCt. 29 from 4 - 7Pm. Costume contests, food, candy, cake walk, hayrides.., all free. Trunk or Treat at Mt. Pulaski Library Monday Oct. 31 from 5 - 7Pm. Mt Pulaski Township Historical Society meets last Monday of the month Oct. 31 meeting - 7Pm at museum. Alcoholics Anonymous meet every Thurs. evening, 6 to 7:30Pm in the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center.