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Volume Eighty-Fou- Eureka, Utah 84628 r July 30 21, 1989 Council mulls Forest Service matters discussed with commissioners later date. Utah Association of Counties officials asked to meet with the elected officials of Juab County on August 2, 1989, at 5 p.m. In a vote of the commission, it was agreed that the Juab Commissioners wlU hosl a dinner mectinS wilh the farted officials of the county and jJACat Cedar Hollow Restaurant Barbara Gardner, Wasatch Front Area Forester, met with the com- missioners at the July 3rd meeting, to introduce Gordon Bosh, Juab County Fire Warden, and to dis- cuss the Wildland Fire Protection Agreement that Juab County has with the Forest Service. After discussing several areas of the contract which Ms. Gardner wished to be changed, it was agreed m Nephi. The clerk was directed to that she would meet with the com- - m?e lbe resections. In olher action sevcral proper- mission later in the fall with a pro- ties wcre caM 10 Chif Consoli- posed contract for the board to da nt S50 per lot Mining review and consider the requested deed prepara- and plus recording tionfees. Members of the Juab County Forest Committee: Glenn Green- hal8h Belly Anders and Dale "and6Slc 1 from Eureka, were approved, with the majority of the funds to come from the Emergency Service budget, .. ln.ceh Frest h a. J ter. Mr. Tidwell requested that the name of the document be changed from Letter of Understanding to Participating Agreement. It was noted that some changes would be made in the original document. Commissioners voted in favor of accepting the change in the name and also the other changes men- tioned. The agreement will be signed byCOmmissioner Bernini. Donald J. Eyre, Jr., County At- torney, talked with the commission- ere concerning the new state regu lations for building inspectors int he county. Due to a change in the state regulations and legislation stating that by 1991 all building inspectors must be certified, it will be necessary for Juab County to evaluate charges for building per- - that the county adoptthe schedule f by he Uniform Building 0de thelp with the cost to the ? county attorney draft an ordinance wherein the county will adopt the Uniform Building Fee Schedule, In other business, the certified tax rateof .0003597 was accepted. It was. Reported that copies of the prent fire contracts had been sent to the Juab County communities. Eureka City expressed agreement to keep the present contract, Nephi City will stay the same, and Mona wltb th cm' w?ud bke 10 missioners to discuss their fire contract. Special Service District elects new officers A special session of the Board of Directors of Special Service District 1, was held at the Juab Giunty Center in Nephi prior to the regular Juab Gmnty Board of Commissioners meeting. The meeting was conducted by Joseph A Bernini, temporary chairman, and was attended by: Richard M. Brough; Ruth Ann Garrett, temporary secretary; Donald J. Eyre, Jr., Giunty Attorney. Others in attendance were: Evelyn Lomax, Ina Kay, Ncbckcr, Lorcnc Kirgan, Zoc Gibson, Maurcnc Stephenson, Kathryn Anderson and Randy Frcston. Attorney Eyre addressed the group and explained that when the Spe1 was crecial Service District ated, the Giunty Gimmissioncre were designated as the directors of the district. The first item considered was theelcction ofa chairman of the board of directors, a and other board members. It was agreed that the Service District would be expanded from three members to five. Thc temporary chairman noted that the Service District has been awarded a grant from the Gimmu-nit- y Impact Board. Elected to the Board of Directors were: Commissioner Richard M. Brough, Chairman; Ina Kay, Eve- lyn Lomax, Delora Ncbckcr and Milton T. Harmon. Kathryn An- dcreonwillscrveassccrctaryArcas- urer. Upon completion ofthe election, and upon a motion by Qimmis- sioner Brough and second by Ina Kay, it was agreed to execute the contract with the Cbmmunity Impact Board, in the amount of S353,415. G)m-mission- cr Dc-lo- i 1 sccrc-tarytreasur- ra Law Enforcement A Law Enforcement Agreement, submittcd by the Juab county Sherifrs Departmentt was studied at the Ju, meeti Qf Eureka Q Q)uncil Following input from the members and Judge Bloueh, t was agreed tbat some changes in (1 the agreement needed to be made. Those changes are: change town to city, list equipment that can be used and maintenance on that equipment, change Justice of the Peace to Justice Court or Judge, add a y cancellation clause, and also a provision for specific patrol times. A draft of this new agreement is to be finished by August 1, 1989. Council members voted in favor the Law Enforcement fla will' be ofacceptingwith the above changes, Agreement Councilman Vernon W rideonTnAesfr 30-da- float rebuilt .hebanwSnT Fua 'lw Jos rr sss. t' agreement for Thanks! City s-si5eSlScmCC-bCf0reSlgnlnethelC- Number 29 ercagreedunanimouslytohavethe ca.endarforJ45wasapproved Terry, who conducted the recent Miss Tintic Pageant so well. Debbie called the County Clerk on Monday, after finding out that a commission meeting was taking place, and asked to be put on the agenda. Pat Greenwood gave her a 7:15 p.m. time and she, accompa- nied by Joyce Ryan, were in the Commission Chambers at that time to make a request for funds to help the float. The board voted in favor of con- tributingup to $300 for the project. Debbie and Joyce thanked the commissionere happily and returned to Eureka to go to work. Juab County Commissioners James Garnett and Joseph A. Bernini But theyready t wij need hej in riding in Commissioner Richard Broughs 1969 DcSoto antique car u the nJoal together aYter hey during the Ute Stampede Parade. have purchased the needed materi- als. They are asking for volunteers. Anyone willing to help is asked to get in touch with Debbie and she by lbe councd- - ber actin tbe council, delinquent water and sewer accounts were discussed. The decision was made that those persons who have notices and still received shut-omade no arrangements to pay their bills would be shut off July 12, ff 1 989- - A letter concerning the Fire Pro- Action Agreement was read request-wit- h ing that the agreement for Eureka Uity be updated. Also, an increase 10 the amount of $1,250 per year to be paid to the city for stand-b- y serv-ce was mentioned, rI'be dog problem was discussed due to the incident with Jerry Mcln-an- d tyre and his dogs. The dogs were picked up and impounded. Councilman Hannifin reported lbat the proposed changes are being made Western Mining Company s er, AMERICANS THROW AWAY Riding in the convertible are Miss TintiCs attendants Martha Jessup and Heather Holman. pmnA.ltofi,uheWoridTrad; Ute Stampede Parade well done ere every two weeks; enough paper wall from to build a Los Angeles to New York Gty every year; enough aluminum to rebuild the United States entire commer- airfleet every three months; and moV7than 500 000 trees worth of newsnapers every Sunday Editor's note: These two pictures arc only being run because we arc of photos this week; certainly not because the photographer is proud of them. She can think of all kinds of things she did wrong now and its too late. (Like not using the zoom lens that she had with her), Anyway, depicted here are two of the entries in the Ute Stampede its owner, Commissioner Richard Brough. His passengers arc Corn-sho- rt missioncr James Garrett and Commissioner Joseph a. Bernini. Seated on the convertible are two of the three young ladies who are the 1989 Tintic Royalty. Through some mixup. Miss Tintic, Rebecca Young, did not make it. Shown arc the attendants, Martha Jessup and in Heather Holman. Friday evening parade Nephi. It was a great parade though and That is not just an antique car drivingdownthcstrcet.Thccarisa Nephi City is to be commended for 1 969 DeSoto and is being driven by a inknvill done. fttwdnt RECYCLING CAN SAVE: About 17 trees, 2.5 barrels of oil and 3 cubic yards of landfill space for each ton of recycled paper, up to S300 for every ton of recycled w hite office paper; and 95 percent oflhc energy required to make new aluminum C3HS. neers met at the Memorial Build- ing Monday evening for the pur- naizing plans for the Tintic C jbe Jbe wjH be in charge Crafts show which wdl uPsta,rs n the Memo-ciria Building. Coordinating the arrangements were Margaret Hyde, Leona Bray, Merrie Adams, Grace Chatwin, and Alice Fox. Three of the members, Leona, Merrie and Alice, will also be as- sisting with the Pioneer Day cele- bration being sponsored by the Juab Cbunty DUP in Nephi on July 24th. hd al The peanut is not a nutdits a legume.