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H 'ram Terrvr- - WM M USD WOJIE Wilderness and Nash Trailers WPOT Fifth wheels & rasas Q -ur A I 1 Mill. WWHUUHIUIJ .ii EASY FINANCING AVAILABLE! All sales are Fully equipped Brake Hook-U- p, Tom Sawyer opened Friday, Sept. 12, at the Valley Center Playhouse, 780 N. 200 East, Lindon. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Monday through Oct. 6. Tom Sawyer, written by Michael Goodman, is a new, different and exciting adap- Mark Twain himself. It is highly recommended for family audiences, but please no children under five years of age. Mark Twain will be played by LeRoy Wilcox, Aunt Polly by Dianna Stanley and Tom by Steve Gibbons. Other cast tion of Twain's classic story of members are Katie Madson, Robert the American boy. Dowd, Bradley Your favorites come to life Gibbons, Cade Taylor, McKay on the stage in a simple and Young, Dianne Madsen, Sara charming way with an Cox, Donna Bingham, Robin enlightening narration by Cox, Kevin Stephenson, Jenny Lamb, Val Infinger, Bruce Conrad, Jarred Miner, Eric Kristi Stone, Mortensen, Dustin Sorenson and Keith Renstrom. The play is directed by Andrea Kristensen. Public Notices Public Notice Advertising Protects Your Right to Know From American Fork - X.- vase City Hall ' i 'is American Fork City Council agenda 1. Prayer Councilman McKinney; by roll call. k 2. Items a.Woodfield to give input to Council on definitions and clarifications on proposed for reimbursements Westside project. b.Council discussion of possible size and location of proposed City owned open space in Woodfield project in connection with Mitchell Hollow and wetlands issues. 3. Mel Kitchen to report and discuss irrigation issues and status of City well water. 1 .Review and action on Bond Resolution and Proposition language for the November Bond Election. 2. Harts, National a Security Safe, and Doug Smith will request a change Planning Commission items. 8. Review and action on the sign ordinance. 3. Consideration and action on a request from Lisa & Larry Laycock for an apology from a police officer, department training, and appropriate discipline. 4. Discussion and action on the Mayor's findings and recommendations concerning a citizen complaint the City against Administrator for an alleged the August 26, 1997, minutes. 9. Review and action on the September 9, 1997, minutes. 10. Review and action on the September 15, 1997, work session minutes. 11. Review and action on the September 15, 1997, special session minutes. 12. Action on the approval of City bills for payment. "conflict of interest." 5. Review and action on a counter offer for the prop- 13. Adjournment. Dated this 16th day of September, 1997. in erty at approximately 80 East 100 North. 6. Discussion and action on an Ordinance approving an amendment of Title V of the Development Code of 4. Council reports. 5. Mayor's report. ACTION ITEMS its entirety which Title relates to the annexation of new territory. 7. Report and action on American Fork City, Utah, in Richard M.Colborn City Recorder in Published the American Fork Citizen Sept. 17, 1997. The Utah Valley Artists Guild will hold their monthly meeting on Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Artshop, 200 E. 442 South, Springville. Members and are invited to attend. Guest speaker will be Colleen Parker who works in pastel chalk. Her work has been shown both locally and across the country, garnering major awards in regional, national and international exhibits. Guild members are remind Ken Jorgenson Lawrence C. Lassen LaVon Laursen Ted Burton Barratt Phil Collins Jess Green FOR CITY COUNCIL: Scott M. Beck Juel A. Belmont Marvin H. Bogh Bonita Jo Dumler Fred L. England Patrick J. Fleming Gary R. Gough Don Hampton Stephen C. Hatch David L. Hobbs John Dorothy "Ginger" American Hunter 17,1997. In accordance with UCA, Section the following persons have filed a Declaration of Candidacy and will appear on the Tuesday, October 7, 1997, Primary Election Ballot. FOR MAYOR: L. McKinney Ricky K.Storrs Parker Gregory L. Ruch Arlee B. Stoker John A. 785-118- 6 Wednesday, September The sixth annual Central Utah Model Railroad Fair will be held Saturday, Sept. 20 at the National Guard Armory, ed of the 16th Annual Utah 251 S. 200 East, American Fork. County Invitational Show to There will be model railroad be held Sept. 27 to Nov 1 at the displays, collectible toys, dealer Historic County Court House. tables and swap tables, at the The event is open to all residents of Utah 18 and older. All mediums will be accepted. All work must be framed and wired, ready for hanging. An entry fee of $5 per painting will be charged. The board will retain 20 Auditions for A Christmas percent commission from sales Carol will be held the next two resulting from the exhibit. Sept. 20 and 27, Entries will be received Saturdays, 4 at Valley Center 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sept. from to p.m N. 200 East, Playhouse, 780 Those wishing further inforMike mation may call Liljenquist at 226-266- Valley Center Playhouse to hold auditions for yule play of all ages. The show will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from Nov. 20 through Dec. 20. For more information, call or Amber at Jody at WlitSrS COPlfSFGnC 947 N. lows: Cedar at a point on the westerly line of the Hills Estates Cedar which point is Annexation, 2190.68 feet North and 36.43 feet West from the south quarter corner of 5 Section 8, Township South, Range 2 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian; and running thence S 72 deg. 07'00" W 357.71 feet along the boundary line of thence S 00 Annexation; deg. 57'1 1" E 139.94 feet said Cedar Hills along Estates Annexation to the Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1997, at 7 p.m. at the Utah Valley Education Center located at 900 East, American Fork, Utah. The Town Council will receive public comment concerning the proposed Dowdle Annexation, which is more particularly described as follows: Description of land located in Utah County, Utah, in the southwest quarter of Section 8, Township 5 South Range 2 East of the Base and Salt Lake Meridian; and being more particularly described as fol Manila Township Annexation No. 1; thence N 17 deg. 53'00" W 1 33.88 feet along said Manila Township Annexation to the southwest corner of the Galbraith Annexation; thence N 72 deg. 07'00" E 398.45 feet along the southerly line of said Galbraith Annexation to the westerly line of said the The League of Utah Writers will hold its annual Roundup Writing Conference on Sept. 0 at the Radisson Hotel in Ogden. The public is invited to attend. For more information call Brian Gubler, The conference features workshops with national edi 19-2- The above described parcel of land contains 50,617 square feet, or 1.162 acres, more or less. Interested persons are invited to attend and make comment. Copies are available for review at the Town of Cedar Hills Office, 4393 W. Cedar Hills Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah, during regular business hours. Kim E SldtOCl Estates Hills point of beginning. Town 224-531- 377-106- 295-930- tors from Writer's Digest, Deseret Book and Covenant Publishers, a panel of newspaper editors, two national literary agents, and nationally-publishebook authors Carol Lynn Pearson, Carol Lynch Williams, Anne Wingate, Paul Pitts and Utah poet laureate David Lee. d Holindrake Clerk Published Pleasant Grove in the Review Sept. 17, 1997. Eagle Mountain plans public hearing Notice is hereby given that the Eagle Mountain Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Sept. 25, 1997 at 5:00 p.m. and that the Eagle Mountain will hold a public hearing on Oct. 9, 19997 at 7 p.m. to consider a Master Development Plan application. These public hearings be held in the Lehi American Legion Hall, 55 No. Center Street, Lehi, will Eagle Mountain The proposed development plan will be located in portions of Section 17 and 18, Township 5 South, Range 1 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. Utah. Citizens interested in the above items are encouraged m TllfilllLr to attend. Published in the Lehi Free Press Sept. 10, 17 and 24, 1997. iiffiaffib- this 16th day of September, 1997. Richard M. Colborn - X Dated Wed. SEPT. 24 thru Sun. SEPT. 28 City Recorder in the Fork Citizen Sept. Published 'Hi mi MUSICAL C2LE33ATING &TOM SKWYER hfif THE MORMON fri m& A DELIA CENTER - 7:00 PM Wed. SEPT. 24 FAMILY NIGHT SAVE $5 Courtesy o( Mam Thii STTT Make-Up- ! Unique Dramatic Opportunity Performance workshop weekly: Oct. 2nd - May 4th Registration: Pleasant Grove City Hall Limited Enrollment: Ages 8 & Up, $30 per month. Artistic Director: Braden Bell of BYU's Children's Theatre 7 m sm lb Sat SEPT 2' sun srrr 2? 4 i 00AM' 0PrM J JflPM ISif BY KSL-T- 25 DELTA CENTER BOX OFFICE All ON TICKETS Singing! Dancing! Applause! Stage! Fun! Theatre Skills! Costumes! Lights! Audience! TO BUY TICKETS: SHOWTIMES A Musical Performance Workshop ' an adult. Cedar Hills plans annexation hearing Pleasant Grove Youth Theatre presents Department.- fair, which runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $2 per person; children under 12 are free with Public Notices Notice is hereby given that the Town Council of the Town of Cedar Hills will hold a Public Hearing in connection with their regularly on scheduled meeting 13 17, 1997 Page Model railroad show to be held Saturday, Sept. 20 Lindon. Needed are lots of adults 18 and over, both men and women Town Council Fourth amended notice of candidates Tickets are $5 regular admission, $4 for children, students and seniors and $20 per family. Group rates are also available. Call for reservations. Citizen, Free Press, Review - Artist's Guild to meet Sept. 24 rs follows: SiftiQ, opens at Valley Center Playhouse Tom Sawyer Notice is hereby given that the American Fork City Council will meet in regular session on September 23, 1997, in the American Fork City Hall, 31 North Church Street, commencing at 7:30 p.m. The agenda shall be as 9st ready to go! Includes electrical & Battery, Full Propane Tank, Hoses, Chemicals, Etc. & 00PM' (801) Outlets PHONE: 467-TIX- X ''firM 1 CTM orv, KIDS under 12 SAVE $3.00! Specitl Rlngiidt fiatl tvtilibl wtivrtvir ttckttl art fold V mntf- )i tint ipp! tn c .n:;i t'.li'.:l!iMjd , I' ": if 1'n t; ' v 'ir f'lc r ll.ltff .11 $9.50 $12.50 $15.50 -- -- FilORE BANG your BUCK! Come one hour before show time and be part of the action. Ifs our outrageous - For Information: Judy Noziska 785-205- 9 where you get to clown around and act with the pros!