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Wednesday, May 26, 1976 Page 3 Johnson Explains Trout Stream Bypass LJse Ores Rods wows Mm A inuip of irate ('resent Kidgi ondominium owners, bolstered by legal counsel, ' last Thursday night forcefully for-cefully requested that the Park City Council halt progress on a planned duplex development slated the ('resent Ridge area. The (resent Ridge Homeowners Association, represented by Dolly Crooks and attorney Michael lleyrend. claimed the construction con-struction site, 1.2 acres on the southwest corner of Crescent Ridge Road and Payday-Avenue, Payday-Avenue, had been guaranteed as a common area belonging to the condominium project when the units were sold. Duplexes Developer Rob Morris, who purchased the property in question from the Royal Street Land Co., received Park City Planning Commission Com-mission approval on April 7 to ) Park City HH by Wa ve off Burglaries An epidemic of burglaries continues to plague Park City as - local, police officers respHncfcdj: to.fom completed burglaries and four attempts between Friday and Tuesday: These latest cases bring the total of completed or attempted at-tempted burglaries to twenty in the past two weeks. All but one of last week's crimes oeVured in the Thaynes Canyon area and the stolen goods consisted almost entirely i televisions and stereos.Sporting equipment w as taken from a Deer Valley hon e in the only case outside the north end of town. I o o o MOTOR BOMS Drought to you by the Union Pacific Railroad People build four duplexes. When presenting project plans to the commission, Morris described the units as being of a "contemporary design" which works well with the surroundings. At that time Morris stressed his intention to preserve the majority of trees on the "sensational site." However, in a letter sent to commission chairman Burnis Watts, condominium owner Robert Brunner quoted Morris as saying only "We'll save what we can." In another letter to Watts, Crescent Ridge Homeowner Assoc. President Jerald Harvey wrote,". ..the entire oncept of the Crescent Ridge development is one based upon large green areas...." He continued, "The project which has been proposed by Mr. Morris.. .may seriously compromise the philosophy of our development." Marshall Thayle , Lund,, reports that the method of operation has been almost -identicaUn caeh Instance and. the crimes have taknlce between 9 p.m. and 2 a.m. Lund said the police department Tias two prime suspects and. some good physical evidence and is now . attempting to compile enough ' evidence for a conviction. . Marshall Lund is appealing ap-pealing to all residents to take a few minutes to write down the serial numbers of their televisions and stereo equipment. Public Hearing Contending that the land had been promised as a greenbelt area, the condominium con-dominium owners asked that the council, block any construction con-struction until the situation is resolved. Asking that a. public hearing be held, attorney Heyrend said,"I am here to ask that the planning com-mission's com-mission's approval decision be stayed. Heyrend later added,"There are a lot of problems such as aesthetics and traffic flow that also deserve further . attention." Crescent Ridge resident Stan Mann , told the coun-il,"You're coun-il,"You're supposed to be my watchdog and as a homeowner and taxpayer I deserve to have my appeal heard." Authority Councilman Steve Dering Alternative Offered to Delinquent Taxpayers Property owners: who; are delinquent, in aymenL of meir specTal improvement district taxes are being given "one more chance" according ac-cording to City Attorney Carl Nemelka. Nemelka announced Thursday that although foreclosure action can legally be taken against persons who have made no attempt to pay the tax, they are being given the opportunity to settle with the city in three installments. Prior to the announcement, iimki; said he was "sympathic" to the plight of the condominium owners but added that the determination of land ownership or sales promises is not within the realm of the council's jurisdiction and should be dealt with in a court of law. Dering did say. however, that the aesthetic and traffic "flow considerations con-siderations might be grounds for a hearing. Noting that marketing fraud may be involved, City Attorney Carl Nemelka ( advised the homeowners to seek court action to prevent , the Issuance of a building permit. Nemelka then suggested that the matter be thrown back to the planning commission to determine if a public, hearing is warranted. Seeing a way off the hook, the council embraced this idea and the next move' will .be made by the commission. i V ii offenders" who had made nc ..iMuenis -to., date were required to pay in full the total amount of the Main Street and-or Lowell-Enipirc special improvement distric' assessments. Under the new plan, thos in arrears can either pay ir full or sign a. mortgage not with the city calling for thre equal installments. The firs installment will consist of on third of the amount owed plus a 10 percent penalty plus interest plus administrative costs. ' A A mmm,K "'- mill- f W .in.LW i Jack Johnson 100 LBS. OF ABOVE lB5' B0MllH5 only 20 FREE BONUS 7 LBS. FREE BACON 10 LBS. FULLY COOKED HAM P0C2CI OPGGDAHO Lean, Boneless lis P0HK ROAST ................. I Lean, Tender 1A0 PORK CUTLETS io ib, i3 95 ib Vy PORK SHOULDER ftn. boot:........-........v.....ii.'8- PUREP0RK 1C3 SAUSAGE ... . 3 lb$.l DADDEQU1 8TIAK SPECIAL SIRLOIN - T-B0NE 17Q CLUB-RIB . IQIbs.l BACON SALE CONTINUES! SLAB BACON . .. .... 89C CENTER SLICED 2.29 . " . . . ib. 1 39 ILAfJlDOAILG WHOLE LAMB Cut and Wrapped lb. 89 ASSORTED . f1c95 LAMB CHOPS. . . i . . . 10 lbs. 1 5 LAMB STEW ...... ... 4lbs.l WHOLE MUTTON ASSORTED MUTTON- ail ,095 CHOPS. ...... ........ 10 lbs." MUTTON STEW. . . ... 4 lbs 1 W BRING THIS ENTIRE AD IN. CLOSED MON. MEMORIAL DAY. BUY FOR DOUBLE HOLIDAY. CENTER SLICED BACON L AJ-SpYOUNG TENDER BEEF LIVER3 Ibs 1 .OCT nv f7r 7T7T.5 " SO CD. PDGGSGD OPCK30 AO. 8 LBS. ASSORTED STEAK 3 LBS. PORK STEAK 8 LBS. ASSORTED ROASTS 5 LBS. LEAN BEEF SHORT RIBS 5 LBS. ASSORTED LAMB CHOPS 5 LBS. PURE PORK SAUSAGE 10 LBS. LEAN GROUND BEEF 6 LBS. FRESH KILLED FRYERS ONLY B I WE ARE STILL ABLE TO CONTINUE OUR GIGANTIC zoo lbs FREEZER SPECIALS uolbs AT TREMENDOUS BARGAINS WITH THE FREE HAM ft BACON Cut and ib. 59c wr.pp.d Responding to a picture and caption in the May 13 Park Record depicting the rerouting of a trout stream in the Thaynes Canyon II subdivision, engineer Jack Johnson has explained that the waterway shown is only a temporary bypass and is not a permenant rechanneling. Johnson .noted that the bypass was needed to install sewer and water lines and 'will be in use for another three weeks. At the time of diversion into the bypass, Johnson said, trout were taken from the water remaining in the unfed part of the original flow and . deposited downstream. The engineer did say, however, that there will be some alteration of the original stream, which flows through the Resort golf course, before the bypass is abandoned. The new version will be more "meandering" with fish ladders incorporated in-corporated to create improved im-proved living conditions for the trout. m O V J I 1 0L1AOCJPGD GT7GGD DGGP mas w Most Places rUI KUAI 98 ROUND BONE - 29 ROASTMost Places 1.79 lb. I CROSS RIB ROAST 2l29.Pta !!. ib 1 59 RIB & SWISS STEAK ib I v LEAN BEEF rQ5 SHORT RIBS . ....... 10 lbs.5 EXTRA LEAN 1A95 GROUND BEEF... ... 10 lbs. 10 FRESH GROUND mM BEEF PATTIE MEAT DHTQA 0PSCIAL . Mr V BEEF BRAINS .. YOUNG BEEF -ao LIVER, TONGUE, TRIPE 3 lbs. 1 TENDER, YOUNG BEEF 189 HEARTS 3 lbs. 1 PQODUCG GREEN PEPPERS 2fot17c Tndr, Frath GREEN ONIONS Bunch 1 0 Crisp, Fresh RADISHES ...... Bunch 10 Crisp LETTUCE. ............ib. 10 Fraih. Gin CABBAGE .......... NO. 1 DRY ONIONS ib. 10 Swt Juicy Novel ORANGES.......................... .ib. 10 FOR ONLY Stating that he has been in continuous contact with local trout habitat conservationist Dave Mueller, Johnson observed. ob-served. "We want to do this right for both environmental and economic reasons. Providing an improved trout habitat - and a more aesthetically pleasing stream n akes the property more, valuable." . Johnson said the existing stream, which was originally altered five years ago. is straight, with no provisions tor fish. The new version will not only be less rigid in flow-but flow-but will offer "resting places" for trout, he added. This will be accomplished by creating drops of one to one and a half feet in the stream bed. These drops will offer the troup a respite from the rushing current.' i "The new stream will be more attractive than the original and will provide an improved trout habitat,1' Johnson concluded. mexa lawta v.Ji- i6T WE RESERVE THE r RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANITY . . . . ib. 69c .... 4 lbs. 1 fc.Qy V ib. 10 mi (Limit 3-lbs. i custonrr) ; ll'-L---!