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. Wednesday, December 20, 1995 Continued from page 1 Mona '(Hlje tEimeB-jNef- Page 5 Nephi, Utah ns which does not fall within these was dealing with was strictly property of the town of Mona. It was further agreed that the exceptions must follow the sub- Mona Town water shares. division criteria as listed. Mayor Young said he had giv- town would assess subsequent a The subdivision ordinance be- en some thought to the proposed connecting parties the costs of the Decem12 came effective as of original installation, secondary irrigation system which has been proposed by the and would then reimburse ber 1995. Council member, Greg New- Mona Irrigation Company and Schultz such sums, and would do ton, whose term of office expires he thought it might be feasible so for all subsequent connecting at the end of December, was ap- for the town to purchase the Ir- parties who connect to the wapointed as the new Planning and rigation Companys shares of ter system extension within five Zoning Administrator for the water in the towns usable culi- years from the date the extension town of Mona. Although the po- nary water spring so the Irriga- is completed and connected. sition was an appointment by tion Company could have cash to Should a building moratorium Mayor Kevin Young, the Council defray the cost of the secondary occur during the five year period members approved the appoint- system and make it more attrac- of time, the five year time would ment unanimously, with Newton tive to residents to sign up for be extended accordingly. Schultz has had a building perparticipation in the system. abstaining. One other name was submitIt is something that might be mit approved for the construction of a home at 580 South 200 ted to the Council for the posi- considered, said Young. A water line agreement was West tion. However, since the person Council member Craig Allred is a general contractor the May- finalized between Ruth Schultz said the Mona Christmas lightMrs. Mona. & or felt the job of P Z Admini- and the town of strator would not only be a con- Schultz agreed to pay for the in- ing contest will proceed as adverflict of interest, but would be a stallation of a six inch water line tised. Judging will be held Satjob needing more time than a full from 200 West 300 South South- urday, December 23rd. Prizes to time contractor could give it. erly to terminate at Cemetery be awarded are: first prize, $75; Newly elected council member, Lane at 200 West along the town second prize, $55; and third Schultz agreed to prize, $35. Doran Kay, who was in attenIn other business: adfire of 2 for the hydrants and the pay dance, suggested jobs Acknowledged the receipt of ministrator and building inspec- town will pay for a third. Upon tor be combined. completion, the line becomes the an application from Rhea Millet A discussion of the two positions brought out the fact that this could be something considered in the future, but could not be accomplished now. The job of building inspector is one that must have special training, plus the cost of bonding and insurance coverage for such an employee is presently not a budget possibilipro-rat- News which are interest free bonds, show a balance of $69,000 with a maturity date of 1998. These revenue bonds are pajtfflle only from the net revenues of the water system, as defined in the bond ordinances. Natural Gas Utility Revenue Project bonds, dated May 1, 1991, with an original amount of $305,000 remains at $305,000, with 7 to 8 interest charges. Maturity date is listed as 2005. Natural Gas General Obligation Project bonds, dated May 1, 1991, show the original amount as $295,000 with an 8 interest rate and lists a balance of $275,000. Maturity date is the year 2011. A Planning and Zoning Subdivision Ordinance numbered which supersedes Ordnance number 5, was approved unanimously by the Council following a public hearing discussion of the ordinance. A subdivision is defined as the division of a tract or parcel of 5, land within the boundary of Mona Town, into three or more parts for immediate or future purposes of sale. The ordinance further defines a large lot subdivision as a proposed subdivision containing at least 15 acres where the proposed lots are one acre in size or greater. The Planning Commission, because of the unique nature of the terrain or other unique qualities of a proposed large lot subdivision, may approve up to 25 of the lots less than one acre but a lot shall never be smaller than 34 of an acre. The town of Mona will not extend the services of its public facilities to any proposed subdivision until the requirements outlined in the ordinance are satisfied and the subdivision is officially passed on by an Engineer for and in behalf of the town, and it is approved by the P & Z Commission. Specific construction require- ments for subdivisions states that all services, road, curb, gutter and side walks shall be installed and approved by Mona Town Planning and Zoning Administrator, Planning and Zoning Board and Mona Town Council and all necessary fees and charges due to Mona Town are paid in full before any lots may be sold or before any housing construction commences. Exceptions listed in Section of the ordinance state that any subdivision as defined by this ordinance which shall be located in the established block system of Mona Town serviced by paved streets, not requiring any dedication of property for public use and having not more than 429 feet of undeveloped lot frontage shall be exempt from the provisions ofthe Mona Town Subdivision Ordinance. Property right-of-wa- y. Ralph Brimley appointed new postmaster for the Mona Post Office ty. Kay also questioned whether or not the Administrator would have discretion to interpret P & Z rulings. It was the consensus of the Council that the outline for the Administrator was well defined and any questions that arose would be answered by the State Code book. Also, any exceptions would be referred to the P & Z Commission and thereafter to the Council itself for study. Tony Fuller, a representative of Sunrise Engineer, met with the Council to offer the firms services in any area that could help Mona to deal with growth problems. Fuller was told the most pressing need the town has is the need to obtain more culinary water to keep up with growth. The town is currently asking that one share of Mona Town water be transferred to the town before a building permit will be issued. This ruling was made with the hope that the town could obtain enough water ownership to apply to the State for a transfer of surface water to ground water to allow the town to drill a culinary water well, said Mayor Young. Fuller said Sunrise has been able to solve water problems for other towns and offered to do a preliminary cost free study of Monas situation to try to assist the town in this area. The Council agreed such a study would be helpful and gave to see what Sunrise the they could find that would be helpful. According to council member Craig Allred, the Mona Irrigation Company is concerned about what type of water shares the town was accepting. The Mayor reiterated that what the town Ralph Brimley, a Salt Lake maybe twenty) before he is ready City native, has been appointed to as the new Postmaster for the Mona post office. retire. Brimley worked for fifteen years as a clerkcarrier in Magna, followed by four years as the Postmaster in Stockton, Utah. His most recent experience has been a two and one-hayear stint as a supervisor in customer services in Salt Lake City. Brimley (who looks a lot like d his distant relative, TV star, to to relocate Brimley) plans Mona with his family when he can acquire a place to live. Brimley is married to the former Kathrine Bowthorpe. They have five children, with one daughter presently serving an LDS mission in Argentina. Brimley says they are a horse loving family that also likes to MONAS NEW POSTMASTER raise peacocks. to work he Ralph Brimley in the Mona Brimley says plans at least another ten years (and post office. lf Wil-for- Happy Birthday Joni Leigh and Paul James will be celebrating their birthdays together on Christmas, December 25th. Joni will be one and Paul eight. Their parents are Dale and Rhonda Everitt. Grandparents are LaMar and Darlene Everitt of Nephi, Peggy Brandon of Cortez, Colorado, and Don Brandon of Texhoma, Oklahoare ma. Hazel Yuskies of Montrose, go-ahe- Great-grandparen- Brandon of Guthrie, Oklahoma. Times-Nevs Crossvord Puzele For December 20, 1995 hensible "you dirty dog" 38 Liquid excretory product ' 39 UC Berkeley 40 Includes Ewe and Fon languages 41 Provide with a top 42 Male cat DOWN 1 Reciprocal of a sine of Eurasian aquatic perennial herbs 28 Distance travelled per unit time 30 Used of reference inspired by a feeling of somewhat fearful wonderment 31 Microgram n 32 Small two-wheel- 2 Satisfaction 3 Ball playing teams association 4 Spots 5 Deep feeling or emotion 6 Women's underwear 34 Calendar month 35 Jiao 36 Wood re- proach 8 Shaped rotating disk to convert circular into linear Answers for 121395 puzzle mo- tion 9 ; The upper part of a column that ' supports the entablature 14 Scrape gently 17 In a way, ex- cites 18 Cost, insur- ance ACROSS I Airtight sealed metal container for food or drink or paint etc. 4 College (any of five) 7 elerate 10 Superhigh frequency II Chiefly perennial grasses of 12 13 cool temperate regions The cry made by sheep The fifth most abundant ment in the earth's crust 15 Referee 16 Counts on 18 Casings 21 Any thick messy substance 24 The content of cognition 25 Tfel , Israel city 26 An organized series of acts and performances 28 Cubic meter (French) 29 A long brightly-coloreshawl 31 Phone company 33 Causing wonder or astonishment 37 Someone who is morally repre- - 19 and freight, abbr. Turns into noun 20 Seaboard 22 Russian commune 23 Adam's wife in Judeo-Christia- n d ele- mythology 27 Small genus to remodel the former George Carter home. However, it was noted that the contractor, Marlin Park, has not yet paid the building permit. A stop work order will be sent to Park and will be in effect until this is done. Had a request from Nila Keyte that the Animal Control Officer check her lot for stray she had Keytaid chickens 40 as counted as chickens. many roosting in her lilac bush and on her lawn. Agreed to cooperate with the Mona Elementary School to purchase a new computer program to be used on Mona TV. The new program will enhance the present system. VEITTOW PNTTflSANSAX SHIMMERING, FOR A SHINING, HOLIDAY TREAT, TAKE EXIT 261 TO SPANISH FORK CANYON. THEN FOLLOW THE LIGHTS. Chill Out! X SPANISH FORK CITY 3ZZEZE State Briefs. . . 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Christmas on KUER FM 90 Thursday, Dec. 21, 9:00 a.m. Vivaldi Candlelight Concert recorded at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark; 9:00 p.m. The Winter Consort Winter Solstice Celebration recorded in New Yorks Cathedral of St. John the Devine. Friday, Dec. 22, 9:00 a.m. The Christmas Revels; 9:00 p.m. Jazz Piano Christmas hosted by Bill Cosby. Saturday, Dec. 23, 4:00 p.m. A Cowboy Christmas in stories, poems and songs; 7:00 p.m. Riverwalk, Live from the Landing: Christmas 1995 Special featuring The Nutcracker Suite Rag; 8:00 p.m. Jazzset: A Holiday Evening with the Marsalis Family at the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival in Kalamazoo. Sunday, Dec. 24, 5:00 p.m. A Prairie Home Companion Christmas Eve Special 1995 featuring Lake Wobegon holiday yams. USHS Centennial The Utah State Historical Society is offering two days of lectures, band music, dramatic interpretations, and refreshments on Wednesday, January 3rd, from Noon until 6:00 and Thursday, January 4th, from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Rio Grande Depot, 300 South 455 West, Salt Lake City. Open to the public. , - .