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|Alice Smith, Milford, Utah
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MAY 5, 3Jitfrt33Bit!r 1995 1995, LDS Chapel was discussed. Mayor Wiseman will send a letter to Dr. Robinson to negotiate the acquisition. that meet City specifications, that the hookup fee for water and sewer would be credited to the developer, and the developer will in turn .1. ' Mayor Wiseman waive any right to any called the regular meeting to financial redemption from order at approximately 7:00 other people hooking up to Those in attendance that line. The hookup lines p.m. were Councilmen Thomas, would remain as is, and Smith, Dotson, Sower, Councilman Thomas seconded Carter, Treasurer Griffith, the motion, all in favor. Leadmen Whiting, Attorney Neil Bradshaw 5. Chief of Police discussed his petition and Kanell, for declaration Hagberg, Ron Wunderlich, policy Lary Carter, Kimball Young, annexation with the Council. Neal Councilman Sower motioned Linda Bradshaw, Bradshaw, Dave Mott, Robin to accept Mr. Bradshaw's Mdtt, Les Whitney, Mark petition for annexation with Whitney, Beverly Erickson, Attorney Kanell to work on Jared Bridge, Travis Mayer, the declaration, policy Randy Rose, Jennifer Davis, Councilman Thomas seconded Mike Seda, John Gledhill, the motion, all in favor. Nolan Davis, Don Willden, 6. Don Willden and Alice Smith reporting for the Council that if to reported the Milford Monitor. they would put in a request to 2. Kimball Young was the school district, they would introduced to the Council by be able to obtain some of the Councilman Sower as an lockers being removed from Mr. investment banker. the high school to be used for Young is associated with storage in the City Recreation Kemper Security of Salt Lake Building. He also asked for a City, Utah and works with couple of crew members smaller, communities as a help remove them from the financial consultant in getting school. loans for improvements to 7. Don Willden also their water and sewer systems. discussed with the Council the He requested a copy of the possibility of having the region Audit to review. Track Meet in Hershey 3. Carter Lary Milford with the Hershey presented the layout of the Foundation to take care of all streets for the proposed North liability. He also reported that Star Annexation. Craig Davis, the Beaver County Hershey Beaver County Planning and Track Meet would be held in Zoning, had ask that the conjunction with Milford Daze Council to review the layout 1995 on 27, May of the streets and park area Smith motioned Councilman before the County. Planning and Zoning approved the to support the meets and to for the ribbons, Councilman Dotson pay plans. Councilman seconded Carter motioned to accept the map the motion, all in favor. plans for the layout of the Minutes of the 8. streets at the North Star March 21, 1995 and April 4, Home Mobile Park, 1995 meetings were approved Councilman Thomas seconded as written. the motion, all in favor. 9. Councilman 4. Lary Carter ask the motioned Thomas to pay the Council about water and bills as and payroll presented. sewer connections at Lewis Councilman seconded Carter were Addition if building lots After discussion the motion, all in favor. sold. 10. After discussion Councilman Sower motioned . Councilman Dotson motioned that the temporary policy of Sheriff to Yardley's accept the City, untfl the City adopts Unapproved Minutes Milford City Council Council Meeting April 18, 1995 mat the offer of 16 hour coverage from the county, Councilman developer extends the main Smith seconded the motion, all water and sewer lines to in favor. existing lc4s within the City 11. Acquisition of the boundaries, as of April 18, codes, is Councilman 12. Thomas motioned to accept the lowest filter bid from SMR, Councilman Carter seconded the motion, all in favor. As there was no further business the meeting , was at adjourned approximately 10:10 p.m. The above minutes will be presented for approval at the next council meeting. Until such time considered v are they' : unofficial. Note: The Milford City Council did not meet as scheduled on May 2 because a quorum was not available. Sheriffs Report SHOW 1995 Week of April A Los Angeles, California man was arrested by the Saturday, May 13 Minersville Fair Grounds 9:00 a m; Feeder Lambs 10:00 a.m. Feeder Pigs 10:30 a m. Feeder Steers 1 1 :30 a m. Breeding Bulls Sheriffs Department booked into jail cm charges of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol. He was also found to be wanted out of California. A passenger in the vehicle was booked on charges of Intoxication and Open Container. Theft of hay near under is Greenville ;.. investigation. A Beaver woman , was arrested and booked into jail charges of Criminal and Providing Trespass Contraband to a Person in . Custody. A Chicago, Illinois man was arrested by Utah Highway Patrol and booked into jaS on charges of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol and Possession of on Marijuana. Theft of a purse from ; I . responses were made to requests for assistance. Of these calls, three were to keep the peace, 14 to check out suspicious persons or circumstances, and 11 to assist other agencies. The Sheriffs Department made 15 traffic stops and issued 13 citations. Thirty-on- e JUNIOR LIVESTOCK :. , 1 injuries. Beaver County and . Beaver Valley Hospital is under investigation. A report of a gas skip from Roger's Conoco, Beaver, resulted int he arrest of a Salt Lake City man. A report of agas skip from South Creek Texaco resulted in an arrest. Four traffic accidents were handled, including one with - BEAVER COUNTY 24-3- 0, tc new PAGE 12 Wednesday, May Friday, May 19 Friday, May 19 "Sunday, May 21 17 (continued from page 1 ) Green Corps began in as a way to provide iyyj for funding local environmental projects in Utah Power's service area. The projects are nominated each 't oy employees ; ana selected based on three criteria: that they are consistent with the company's environmental goals,; have involvement and community have broad employee participation. year Utah Power's environmental goal focuses on energy efficiency, renewable conservation, resources such as solar and wind power sources, and clean air issues. Utah Power is a division of PacifiCorp, which serves 1.3 million customers with electricity and related sendees in seven states. : for 12:30 p.m. Sign-u- p Horse Show , 1:00 p.m. H Benefit Horse Show Minersville American 4-- Legion Auxiliary will provide a Delicous Barbecue Beef Dinner in the concessions stand. For more irformation contact Tammy Pearson at 386-240- 9. Is it possible that current moves throughout the County toward setting up advisory committees is a trenay way lor elected official to pass the buck? Survey (continued from page I) determining factor in the future political character of Beaver County, especially Milford City. ; Terms for city councilmen Harlan Thomas, Russell Smith and Mark Dotson expire later this year. The original plan for the survey would have involved help from high school students. various end ot year activities made that an impossibility. Not only would the mayor have anoreciated the hdn. it would have given her an opportunity to better determine feelings of ine young people in relation to changes occurring in the community. The mayor, who has Hved and worked in MHfbrd for over forty years, did have one surprise, rrhere are a lot of people in town that I don't know," she said. . , Graduation Activities Schedule 7:00 p.m. ParentStudent Banquet Elementary School Baccalaureate Practice Graduation Practice Baccalaureate Service Senior Stuff Day 22 : Monday, May 24 Awards Wednesday, May Assembly Graduation Practice Friday, May 26 Graduation Ceremony Friday, May 26 V: "- 9:00 am 10:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 am 1:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. L.D.S. Church M.H.S. Gym L.D.S. Church Lagoon M.RS. Gym MRS. Gym MRS. Gym .