|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Btaucr (Ermtttg Ufcmitor JANUARY 9, 1997 PAGE 4 17 (- - V f, : tr'e ptisyy Daily Prescription Delivery Order by 3:00 P.M. Delivery at 5:00 P.M. ", k Monday Saturday (cut off time 1:30 Saturday) I' Milford Drug 801-387-21- Beaver Hospital New Year's Baby, usoce 04 Staton Rick Shotwell, son of London andDesiree Shotwell, arrived January 2nd at 9:20 a.m. The young man, delivered by Dr. Smith, weighed in at 7 pounds 4 ounces and was 19'i " long. Staton has an older brother. & 111 with Open 1 0:00 A M. - 6:00 P.M. 464 S. Main St. msirf) , The Pub is a private club for members only Jtaber Count? Skyler. January 17th - 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. JHomtor 801-387-24- Ad Deadline 3:00 P.M.Tuesday USU to Host Statewide Phone:801-387-267- 98 Youth Family Night January 16 Beaver County: If you want to know more about youth programs available in $35. per year Subscriptions Milford UT 413 S. Main Publisher: Kent Smith Editor: Alice Smith 6 4-- H Family Night January your county involving you are invited to attend a 16 at 6:30 P.M. at the Beaver County Courthouse, 105 E. Center, upstairs in the commission chamber. Refreshments will be served after the broadcast. Contact USU Extension office, for details and location information. 4-- H 4-- 1 450 N. 100 E. P.O. Box 224 Milford. Utah 84751 438-645- 0, Council Meet lag Minutes December 17, 1996 Great Grandmother Colleen Laughery visited the mother and baby on January 3rd. Staton is her 2th great grandchild. Grandparents are David Penney, Lana Reed, Rick and Chere Shotwell. Other great grandparents are Alma Twitchell and Rhoda Ruesch Shotwell. 1 Atf vie' A Hold It and you're hooked. ki WINTER HOURS 8:30 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Sunday 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Watch for new extended hours March 1st! Just By Alice Smith: Yep, I've been had! Cautious, skeptical, even being downright paranoid about and still duped. It started credit card charges last May with a "bargain" from a mail-ordcatalogue. "Buy a membership for only $49.99 and we will give you a special .price on your purchase. The amount of discount is greater than the cost of membership, making your membership actually free. As a member, you will continue to save through additional discounts on products ordered. And, we will give you an extended warranty for only a fraction of the suggested cost. " Sound familiar? Well, I bought it! Just one slight discrepancy.. ..the sales person neglected to stipulate that ordered item was not available. After communication just short of $37.47 of The the membership was finally refunded. extended service policy on the unavailable item, which was supposed to be $1.04 per month, was charged at $4.52 in May; $12.49 and $4.49 in June; $ 12.49 and $4.49 in July. In order to avoid past due service charges and adverse credit reports, the extortion payments were made under protest. Both the catalogue company and the credit card company agreed to investigate the problem. The but the account was never charges stopped credited for the extended warranty plan. " iVhen it is resolved, we will credit your account. This is easier to track ifyour credit card account remains " $5 .00 later, the house rule is: mail order open. for and only from emergencies only shopping with companies proven integrity. I had to Chapter closed? Not exactly do it again: This time, with the "information highway"and a "free" trial membership to an online news service. "If you don 'l like the service, you may discontinue by such and such date. You will owe nothing. " That was May or June. It is now December, and I am still trying to "discontinue." $6.95 in June; $4.95 and $6.95 in September; $4.95 and $6.95 in October; $4.95. $4.95, $4.95, $4.95 and $6.95 in November; and. 11518 with according to Daniel, employee Bank credit card as the (same People's additional an membershipservice policy fiasco), $6.95 in December. Letters to People's Credit Card Sen ice, P. O. Box 637, Bridgeport, Connecticut 06601 were not acknowledged. communication actually Apparently the only recognized was a note sent with the October statement and payment check. Removing 370 staples (more or less) from the statement and check may have hinted that the payment was made under er hair-pu!lin- g, 1 I m M 3. Content Plan Approval tor Wvaan Anartaaent Prenosal After meeting with the Planning and Zoning committee who gave tentative approval, Gene Wyman presented a proposal for an apartment complex to be located west of Advanced Development Trailer Park on 300 West 600 North. Council members gave Mr. Wyman their approval but expressed their desires to have City Engineer B.J. Moore review the proposal and Mr. Wyman work with the Planning and Zoning Committee. Mr Wyman will be required to meet all subdivision requirements. Construction phase of the complex will begin in the Spring of 1997. CELLULAROKE it was time to protest. At $64.45 on this rip-of- f, it into little pieces cancel the credit card cutting was a sensually delightful experience. Communicate with the Internet company? The phone number on the credit card bill accesses a recording telling the customer how to preform various functions.. .including discontinue the It appears that each time the service password is used to access the company in order to disconnect the service, an additional charge is made but the service remains intact. to the credit card CANCEL has not discontinued the service and Rfyfw flUlf'M IPd Zonlnt 5. Appointments The following appointments were presented by Mayor Wiseman: Arden Fowlet - Zoning Administrator will present Planning Nedra Kennedy Records Officer Nick Swain Ordinance Manager (one year ) or 611 on your cellular 1 1. 1996 two items that John Carter 387-272- charges! Did canceling the credit card end the January 6th I received a charges? Not exactly Credit Card Plan from Bank letter People's informing me the companies can continue to bill for these services. Even with the credit card account closed, representatives say they I am responsible for any continuing charges, via the closed account, for something I do not want, did not at any time to the best of my knowledge for.. for several ..and been have to trying agree pay months to cancel. The credit card company has finally agreed that there is a "notation" on the account that charges for one of the Internet services ($6.95 per month) are classed as being under dispute since August. The other Internet service? Just keep paying for it! Charges by the mail order company? You have allowed too much time to go by........ there's just nothing we can do! A scries of honest mistakes totaling a little more than $100 over a period of eight months? An isolated incident? Such mistakes on one million credit cards would be a loss to consumers of $100,000,000 in eight months, or $150,000,000 per SI 50 million that went WHERE? vear Zoning information) Councilman Swain motioned to approve the appointments, Councilman Smith seconded the motion, all were in favor. Councilman Dotson reported UDOT will be installing signs co state road routes into the city regulating the use of jake brakes. Annexation to the north to include the airport was discussed. Council feh the speed limit should be lowered to the airport which cannot be accomplished if the area is not annexed into the city limits. 2 Permanent Community Impact Fnid, Board The priority be as follows: of the list to be presented with Culinary Well and Storage Tank Office Building (LDS renovation for city use) Storm Drainage System (high school) bi on-lin- e. Like a good neighbor. State Farm is there. See me for car, home, life and health insurance. Brent Stapley 51 7. Beaver Comfy Council of Govern aw ti Goth and Ohiwtivm Drift rtviMn . Cirv Manager Kennedy was directed to prepare a letter with the Mayor's signature to the Council of Governments stating their approval of the Goals and Objectives Draft. Councilman Swain motioned to approve the preparation of the letter, Councilman Carter seconded the motion, all were in favor. S. Postage Meter Treasurer Fowles requested approval to lease a new postage meter to comply with postal regulations at the cost of $75.10. Councilman Dotson motioned to approve the lease, Councilman Carter seconded the motion, all were in favor. 9. Union Pacific Railroad Coatsesit Agreement - UPRR made adjustment to the consent agreement to eliminate the city from the maintenance. Councilman Carter motioned to send the agreement to Attorney Kanell for hit review, Councilman Smith seconded the motion, all were in favor. of BiHs and Payroll Councilman Davis motioned to approve the payment of bills and payroll adding Leo G. Kanell in the amount of $797.25, Councilman Smith seconded the motion, all were in favor. City Manager should contact Leo Kanell to question the charges concerning the Shauntie Annexation Policy Declaration. If charges are correct invoices can be paid. 10. Approval 757 N. Main Beaver, Utah Center - Chy Manager was instructed to contact Attorney Kanell concerning a $2,000.00 audit fee for the grant received on the Senior Citizen Center. City Council members were in favor of turning the control of the building over to the County. 11. Senior Citizen FARM STATE 12. INSURANCE 13-- Councilman Swain motioned to approve Ordinance 6 Amending Section 8 8 (A) of the Revised Ordinances of Milford City Amending Compensation and Salary Schedules, Councilman Dotson seconded the motion, all were in favor. Ordinances 13. Council Stale Farm Insurance Companies HomefXIices Bloomington, Illinois aid Staff Comments A review of the budget should be made after the first of the year and adjust the budget for new review and expenses. Building inspector - Richard McDermott will be testing for the duties of building inspector. Office Building Should start preparing for the occupation of the LDS Church. Inventory of the items to be left should be researched. As committee should be formed to conduct the research. TOOL BOX RENTAL, INC AN & Minutes - Meeting held December pertained to the City Council meeting. 4. Hold the Erieuon AF 738 prrtonal ttltphont all -- few dollars Cftnndl Minutes Review and Approval Councilman Swain motioned to approve the minutes of the December 3, 996 council meeting. Councilman Carter seconded the motion, the Milford Monitor being different than nunutes presented for approval. ,J. ...... 2. 1 ERICSSON Monday - Saturday A 4.H Mayor Wiseman called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Thoae in attendance were: Council members Russell Smith, Junior Davit, Kick Swain, Mark Dotaon and John Carter, Arden Fowlet City Treasurer, Ray whiting Street Foreman, David Lake, Gene Wyman and Bonnie Wyman. all were in favor. Councilman Dotson expressed concerns about the minutes being reported in ptrnmal ttltpbint Vllrt mll-- m ,, 90 miHum imlk timt. 34 ..! lumdkj lim, In .(..mi flip 1. Equipment Salts Requests to sell unusable cemetery plots for memorial purposes was discussed. A price will be set up for the purpose of selling the plots for monuments. Councilman Swain motioned to approve the sale, Councilman Davis seconded the motion, all were in favor. Foreman Whiting requested an apron be required around the monumenu or benches when installed. Funding for furniture for the office will be considered after the budget is reviewed. The policy on the amount the Mayor and Councilman could approve was discussed. The policy will be changed to allow the Mayor $600.00 approval and the Council member $500.00. Council member were concerned over current approval processes and allowing repairs to equipment being authorized. If over the approved amount will need the approval of the Council. er GARY APPLEGATE 1275 N. Main P.O. Box 95 Tooele, Utah 84074 Phone (801) 882-286- 5 A sewer problem on 400 West was discussed. Councilman Swain motioned to contact the homeowner to explain the City 's policy on repairing private lines. IT found to be Milford City's responsibility, the cost will be reimbursed to the homeowner. Councilman Carter seconded the motion, all were in favor. (801)882-516- 9 Councilman Dotson reported the Township litigation had been postponed to January 20, S.L (801) 582-100- 6 FAX (801 ) 882-286- 8 1997. As there was no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:05 p.m.