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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
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Miltary Monitor p MARCH. 24, 1995_ = rr Annexation Lary’*Carter, Wunderlich; Dick Ron Rollins and Mark Whitney . of Advanced Development met with - the: Milford . City Council ‘again’ «Tuesday evening, ti to. present. alan. annexation petition for a 40-. acre parcel of land adjacent to city boundary North, extending on 600north to Copper Road and from Highway 257 on the east to 300 West. This time they also presented a recordable map. The council voted to move into the next step of the annexation process, which is to set a policy declaration. A 60 unit mobile home park is planned for 10 acres in the proposed annexation. No statement -has been issued concerning _the remainder of the’ acreage. “We only asked to annex 10 acres. It was the city’s suggestion that we make it 40,” Mark Whitney said. . Neil Bradshaw, who owns property to the west of the proposed annexation, also jumped on the band wagon and asked council members, in a previous meeting, if they would consider an additional 20acre parcel. A Policy Declaration must include: (1) A map or legal description of the unincorporated territory into which the municipality anticipates or favors annexation. Projected boundaries should follow will be financed, an estimate of the tax consequences to residents in the municipality and to the new territory to be annexed and a statement of how the interests of the "affected entities" are impacted. 10-2-414, UCA. (Available at the public library.) A 30-day. notice period is required prior to adoption of the annexation policy declaration. Council members agreed to set a special meeting as soon as the city attorney has the . declaration ready. The mayor or any two a three-hour notice. under which the municipality favors or does not favor annexation. The statement must include reference to the character of the community, the need for municipal services in developed and developing unincorporated areas, the plans and extension ® services, time from for of municipal how the services and rain, the roof and siding were in place. . health."Walking and Dr. Thomas McGinn, a 1986 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic -West, is in his third year of practice at the Fainity Chiropractic on ‘Main Street in Milford. He practiced in San Jose, California before returning, with his family, to his home town and his swimming are ithe among best forms of exercise as they provide ihe mosi overall benefit with the rah! years. He attends yearly treating patients, Adele, his capable wife, tends the front office, does the schedulifig aid keeps everything runing siioothly. Dr. MeGinn Demonstrates Activator care. Actually they coniplemeiit aecach other, — Dr. MeGinn, who quite weil," he said. Majtiy times the NTOPTactor, a5 a prima _healti care provider, determines whether or not chiropractic treatment is _ three generations, he “appropriate for a Specific complaint, he then refers the patient to members of the medical profession for further diagnosis or but will continue to be viable for the future as chiropractic approaches its 100th anniversary. He describes chiropractic care as the “most natural and icast treatment. Dr. MeGinn employs the Activator: ~ ~ Methods chiropractic invasive form of health care available. People often feel they have to choose between traditional medicine and chiropractic _ least amount of stress to the body," he said. Dr. McGinn has practiced with an "Advanced Proficiency Rating” for the past five foots. While Dr. MeGinn is believes chiropractic is not only effective for today, criteria AC Work! Chiropractic Care may simply extend a given distance. (2) A statement of specific sewer, county Perhaps the key to this work ethic and success is the fact that not one hammer was lifted on Sunday! improvement or special service district’ lines, but water, Tri- Wednesday, March 15, Beaver County Planning and Zoning issued a Conditio nal Use Permit for this 62' X 340' building. Building materials had already been delivered at the site. Saturday afternoon the above photo was taken. By Tuesday, despite the wind councilmen have the power to call a special meeting on has been in the health care professions since he _ entered the military at age nineteen, atid is one of tweitty eight chiropractors in his family, going back - existing PAGE 10 t 5 t i . technique for the treatinent of his patients. The hand held Activator instrument iS Gesigiied to conifortably make adjustments on patients from infants to adults to the elderly. Development over the lasi 20 plus years has made this the most widely used "low force" chiropractic — technique available today. Ste WHC eon eS ee, a misaligned 4: bone ittitates ihe sur» rounding joints, muscles and nerves, pain and dysfunction often result. Chiropractic adjustments are designed, in MOst instances, to treat the cause of pain and _ dysfunction, thus alleviating these symptoms — allowing the body to return to a more healthy state. Traditionally, chiropractic has stressed the importance of nutrition and exercise to good post graduate education courses to Keep this rating and to keep abreast of the latest research information iiade available. Chiropractic care is covered by-miost health insurance plans, including Workers' Compensation aiid auto accident coverage. — Dr. Tom, and Adele would like to encourage the community to examine chiropractic, for their families health concems. "Current research Studies have provided us with new more efficient _. toois for better detection and treatment of skeletal disorders... we now have much better expertise in the treatment of shoulder and wrist problems including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, for example," he said.