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7 Country Charm Variety Shoppe ~ OPEN Fri: 10-5 & Sat: 10-2 m 503 E. Chestnut St. Mt. Pulaski Fall Cleanup - If you need help with fall cleanup, call Kevin: 735- 0684, One fiat rate $10/ ~ Hour. el" 9:313 For Sale - $40 Dorm refrig., clean, works good, 217-792-5484 (it ,~ Pulaski) 830 For Sale - $100 Eden Pure radiant heater, like new, used 3-times, has remote, cost $170, not big enough for work shed, 217-792-5484 (Mt Pulaski) 83O HELP WANTED Looking for Class A CDL Driver Full "lqme or Part Time Hauling Ag-Comm. Grain or Seed Local Hauls Home Every Night Call Carl 341-5945 For Sale - $50 TV stand w/DVD Storage, 737-8712 830 For Sale - $25, Oak end table with drawer_& bottom shelf, 737-8712 830 For Sale - $50, Enter- tainment Center, 60"x53", holds 32" "IV, medium maple color, no scratches, 217-792- 5136 715 For Rent - ML Pulaski - 2BR Apt, residential area, full LR & Kitchen, off street parking, coin op laundry. Excellent refs., lease, and sec. dep. required. NO pets, NO smoking building. 217-792-5911 Doug 415 2 Million Callfomians are living mortgage-free. 60% of Americans feel a third major political party is needed. Mt. Pul.aski City Council Meeting Cont'd From Front Page Mayor Cole said he did not look to contract His department has moved the pipes for the out project because the cost for a contractor project and has assisted City Engineer Greg was estimated to be $50,000 - $60,000. Gustafson with pipe inspections and based on Mayor added the city would meet EPA start- Greg's inspection - pipes are ready for instal- dards, so there shouldn't be any problems, lation. In Other Business... Water Department Superintendent Matt Presswood presented Council with his department s calendar of daily operations; that includes water main flushing Oct. 17 & 18. City Treasurer Tricia Aylesworth reported city received $14,956.81 as its share of Illinois State Income Taxes. Council approved a routine resolution to bring city into compliance with IMRF require- ments. Street Department Superintendent Bill Fricke said erosion problems for city streets created hollow areas under streets at various locations, in addition to around the square. He is preparing a plan to begin correcting problem. He also has been cleaning storm drains and said the "muck" that has been cleaned out and that city will be going back to various locations to remove debris from bou- levards and curb areas. Bill's department has also been cutting trees. In preparation for forced main project, Bill reported his department have used the track- hoe to move lO-loads of debris along the forced main route, cleaning area for project. Mayor Cole told the Council Pizza Man sale was finalized. New owner will be issued liquor license for beer sales in restaurant. Mitzi Rohlfs of Logan County Solid Waste Agency attended Council meeting. Mitzi said the agency was following up on recycling pro- gram. In answer to some questions from the Council, she said she had personally deliv- ered several documents to the city concerning the recycling program. Council will further review recycling agreement, once the docu- ments are located and reviewed. Next Council Meeting: 6:30Pro Tuesday Oct. 24 in City Hall. FLORALS By Kathy...available at Salt Creek Attic Mt. Pul.aski Library Fall Storytime Grades K- 3 Please come join us for a story, snack, and a craft. Storytime is 3:15 - 4:00. November 7: Hocus Pocus It's Fall November 14: There Was An Old Lady That Swallowed A Turkey November 21: Pumpkin Time November 28: You Make Me Smile December 5: Snow Happy December 12: Small, Medium, and Large Did you know you BC:alS :Sw ter.a. Baby Shower... Birthday Party... Any Special Event at Calm Creek? Call today for details and pricing 217-792-5661 108 S Washington St. Mt. Pulaski A young executive was leaving the office late one evening when he found the CEO standing in front of a shredder with a piece of paper in his hand. "Listen," said the CEO, =this is a very sensitive and important document here, and my secretary has gone for the night. Can you make this thing work? "Certainly," said the young executive. He turned the machine on, inserted the paper, and pressed the start button. =Excellent, excellent!" said the CEO as his paper disappeared inside the machine. =1 need only one copy." r m m m m m m m m m m Mt Pulaski Waer Department WILL BE FLUSHII G WATER MAINS Tuesday, Oct. 17 & Nednesday, Oct. 18 System Flushing isfrom 10pm to 4am I The system flushing viii cause the water to | become cloudy. The rater is safe to drink. The cloudiness will last approximately I day after each flushing. Laundry should be scheduled accordingly. Should you have any questions, please call City Hall at 792-3222 L Thank You, Mt. Pulaski Water Department m m m Bmm~ ~ ~ m m~ mB m m tomB'' _JI ...are available to finance the purchase of automobiles... motorcycles, or... other personal needs Various collateral options are available including the item being purchased or a deposit account collateralization. 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 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. 130 S. Washington St. Mt Pulaski / J J /