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Milford Monitor P.O. Box 224 Milford UT 84751 Utah Press Association 307 West 300 South, Suite 5005 Salt Lake City UT 84101-121- 2 BULK RATE U S. POSTAGE PAID Ar I I II LI II t A hub r -- V k. I ! ! in in " K reported. The mayor is to be for commended giving residents one final opportunity to vote their opinions. As was demonstrated by the amount of Four .Circle employees attending the April 17 public in Mincrsvifle, meeting win be the influence company County county planner." "It is beneficial for the Commission to deal with Circle Four Farms on every issue. I recommend that the not I to personally attempting contact every resident in Milford to survey their wishes concerning Circle Four Farms. Her survey placed special emphasis on the proposed feed mill to be located southeast of - Beaver full-ti- Last weekend Mayor Wiseman Mary engaged in the ambitious of undertaking that the company expects This annex into the city. annexation . will provide an increase in the tax base to help offset impact costs. Several hundred phone calls later the results were overwhelmingly in favor of having both the pigs and the feed mill in the valley. Mayor Wiseman spent 16 hours on her survey and tulhul tn t Inter 34A redriMrt She reported that 300 answered in favor, 28 were against, 12 were neutral, and 63 didn't answer. Ofthose not contacted she said, "I tried to call three times, and if they did not answer, I didn't try again." . A few individuals called the mayor. "No one in opposition contacted me. The ones who called expressed support," she NO. 18 Commissioners say they have had enough - it's time to hire a Me pl"bf p"roertyto v tounty Planner Ends On a in in VOL. Major's Survey "the city cm 15 mtmritin irmrr 5, 1995 Positive PERMIT NO Serving Beaver County Since 1391 Formely the Dodge City News MAY MILFORD, UT 84751 ' " County make the decision to hire a planner," Commissioner Chad Johnson stated in the May 1 commission meeting. The other commissioners agreed and . assigned the preliminary groundwork to Johnson. He has two weeks to define a job description" and find funding. . Sitldi by Tony Prodzmski X; y it . , few j Hospital Manceaent Project Milford Valley Memorial Hospital long-tercare patients can look forward to brighter thanks effort volunteer to a to a summers, provide private outdoor garden on the south lawn of the hospital. The above sketch depicts the basic guideline for the project. Trees, flowers, and lawn surrounding the walkway will provide a pleasant diversion for geriatric patients. These amenities, along with a picnic area, will add to the quafity to fanvishs. Privacy slaU m wiU also serve as a windbreak; making the area more comfortable and usable. Utah Power employees from the BhindeU plant and Milford customer office is joining with several other organizations on the project as part of a company program designed to enhance the environment and benefit the community. The Utah Power program, known as Green Corps, will provide $2,000 for the project Otfier groups waking on the project include the hospital employees, Boy Scout troops 32S and 324, Milford Valley Lion's Club, the Business and Professional Women, Methodist Women, Advanced Development Co., Circle Four Farms and other local volunteers. In addition to the financial contributions, volunteer labor will be appreciated. The project, scheduled to begn immediately, consists cfbuilding a retaining wan,fencmgu Volunteers who are willing to rofl up their sleeves for a sidewalk, installing bench and 1. and man a shovd should call Tony Prodzinski at 387-24or "Utah Power has a strong tradition of sound environmental stewardship and support for communities," said Arlene Malchus, project coordinator at the BhindeO plant. "Green Corps is yet another way the company can further its commitment to the environment and to the communities it serves. The involvement of employees who live and work in these communities ensures that these projects wiS be of real value, consistent with local plans and needs." (continued on page 12) m 11 387-200- A portion of that funding may be available in the form a grant through the State Office of Economic Development. According to Johnson, the one time only grant is intended for a specific project such as Circle Four Farms. Johnson plans to proceed with the expectation that tax base increases from company investment wifl carry the position in future years.. The County wiU be funding a r large part of the position, so ' don't take this to mean that the only planner's responsibility wfll be working with Circle Four," he said. Johnson is adamantly opposed to assessing impact ' fees which would require the company to share the cost of He funding the position. justified that reasoning as, "If the planner is paid from' o does he impact fees,-whwork for?" Paul Barton, County cautioned ClerkAuditor, commissioners, "If you want to raise the property tax levy, you have to have an election." Johnson concluded, "We wifl find the money!" I .