r i Council passes electric, water and power ordinances at recent meet The Nephi City Council repeal' ed two ordinances and adopted two at their meeting of Dec. 16. 'One ordinance expands the Water and Power Board from three to five members up to two from the CQundl and up to four from the local citizenry. Mayor Leon Pexton said that an expanded board was needed to f givf the dtv the extra expertise it Another section of the ordinance allows the council to delegate to the board whatever powers it deems necessary. The second ordinance adopted Wednesday establishes the city electrical department, and sets its regulations. The council voted to give Rays Bulk. Scott M. Eastwood has been named manager, and Janet Greenhalgh has been promoted to assistant manager. Paul Nelson will continue to serve customers as commercial loan officer, and Melba Jensen will remain in the operations officer position. A graduate of Ricks College and Brigham Young University, Eastwood joined the .bank as assistant manager at the Monroe office in 1974. Since that time, he has served as a Timeway loan officer at both the Cedar City and American Fork Rotary Club, and was a fund raiser for the American Cancer Society. A native of Oxnard, Calif., Eastwood served a mission to the western states for the Church of Saints. Jesus Christ of Latter-daHe and his wife, Sharon, have four children. Mrs. Greenhalgh has worked in the Nephi office since she joined First Security in 1961. Prior to her most recent appointment, she served as Timeway loan officer. y ", She attended Weber State College. A Nephi native, she has held numerous civic and community positions, including past president of the Jaycee Janes, the Delphic Literary Club, the Federated Womens Clubs, and past chairman of the Juab County Heart Fund and business collections for the American Cancer Society. In addition, she serves as first vice president of the American Legion Auxiliary. f - HI Iftllh fiilli Roosevelt offices; assistant manager of the Tooele office; and most recently as assistant vice president, manager, and cashier of First Security State Bank of American Fork. He is currently a member of the Utah County Bankers Association, and a past member of Robert Morris Associates and the Southern Utah Bank Administration In- stitute. Throughout his banking career, he has taken an interest in various civic and community groups. He is a former member of the Tooele Kiwanis Club, the "f IlVW s w i i i r The Nephi City Council, in a split vote Wednesday, decided not to annex 322 acres of commercial and farm property south of town. Glenn Greenhalgh of the planning and zoning commission said, The council asked us for a recommendation, and the recommendation is yes. If were going to annex, and I think we agree that well do it sooner or later, The s will be published on Tuesday of next week, Dec. -A f I, Times-New- y , As a result, deadlines for next weeks edition will be Saturday, Dec. 26 at noon. Ads and news received after noon on Saturday will be run in the edition of Jan. 7. s The office will be closed Thursday, Dec. 24, and Christmas Day. The office will be open from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Dec. 26. mmm Janet Greenhalgh - With His Birth was born a spirit of love and joy which has lived for generations in the hearts of all mankind. As the message of the manger shines anew, may thoughts of the first Christmas bring peace and promise to all. Nice Place to Live! then lets take everything in our policy declaration. The citys policy declaration, issued earlier this year, declared the citys intent of annexing 322 area acres in a triangle-shapebounded by the freeway on the east, the city limits of the north, and a line 492 feet west of and running parallel to Highway 91 on the west. Councilman Bob Steele said, We know weve got problems d Those objecting to the proposed annexation thought that the council should wait until it had a definite plan for the area before annexing. The main problem is an already overloaded sewer lift tion for that part of town. sta- 29. Times-New- Scott M. Eastwood A of town; city council decides Sat. deadline iy 'iWYnvrriiT'nni'jii ur 04UI City will not annex area northeast TN will have 'V ' cm, ;m SOlTJ Dec. 22, 1981 ' r, 1 ui.w: TfAJAd Serving East Juab County T SsSftMrtJ .. j -- .t :uis E.i.' Restaurant owner Tim Bradley a public dance hall license. Councilman Richard May proposed an amendment to the present dance hall ordinance to prohibit people under 21 years of age from attending a dance where alcohol is consumed. The mayor directed the city attorney to draw up the amendment and the council will look at it during its next meeting. Please turn to page 2 needs to deal with a growing population. Eastwood, Greenhalgh named to new positions at First Security Changes in officer assignments have been announced at the Nephi Office of First Security A:7 J- Garbage pickup date changed The area normally covered by Friday garbage pickup will be served on Wednesday, Dec. 23, this week. The area is from Second to Fourth East throughout Nephi, officials say. Elder Phillip Painter, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Painter of Nephi, recently returned from LDS missionary service in St. Louis, Mo. He will speak to the members of the Nephi Fifth LDS Ward this Sunday, Dec. 27, at 10:50 a.m.