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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
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Mitfors Manitar '. APRIL 7, 1995 - Minersville Towa Council conditional use permits for extra © animals. David Eyre seconded the — motion, the motion passed. Bill Garrett met with t he council. He has purchased _ property at the old dairy barn. He A regular meeting of the would like to put in a car wash at Minersville Town Council was the sight. Mayor Pryor informed held on Monday, March 6, 1995 at Bill that the site which Bill wanted _ 7:00 p.m. at.the Minersville Town * to use for a car wash was on the Hall. Town’s right of way and without Those present were: additional information, permission Howard Pryor, Michelle Barton, ‘David Eyre, Rodney Carter. © could not be granted for him to use Unapproved Minutes March 6, 1995 Visitors: Ted Pearson, Shanna Jensen, Kathryn Gillins, Caleb Quamberg, Galen Garrett, Susan Carter, the site. Tammy Carter, David Eyre made a motion to accept the engineering agreement with Leslie and Ron Evans, Reggie Evans, Brady Matheson, Bill Craw, Heather Associated for the CDBG water renovation project Rodney Carter seconded Craw, and Kevin Carter. David The minutes from the previous meeting were approved. Gillins, Caleb Evans, Brady Quamberg, group Reggie and passed. Eyre, and Howard Pryor license for his appliance repair business. Ron stated that he has (Project: sold most.of the appliances in his. Teamwork). The money will be used to help the youth attend a conference on Drug Abuse yard, and they would be removed as soon as possible. The council stated that they were concemed for the safety of the children in the Town receives from the State Liquor fund can be used for this purpose. David. Eyre made a motion to donate $200.00 to this group. Michelle Barton seconded neighborhood. Ron assured the council that all refrigerators would be removed or have the door removed or chained. Permission for a business license was granted. f the motion, motion passed. Heather Craw donated a quilt to the Town’ Council. The quilt is to be used at the swimming pool for medical emergencies. Heather made the quilt as part of her participation in Young Womens and also Sterling Scholar community service program. motion will attend the CDBG workshop in. Richfield on March 9, 1995. Rob Jensen met with the council to discuss a business Kathryn Evans, requested a donation of $200.00 for the Youth WAAD the The Mike White has completed his term on the Beaver County Waste Management . Special Service District #5. Mike has done a good job on the board. . David Eyre made a motion to reappoint Mike to serve another term on the board. Rodney Carter council accepted the quilt with seconded the motion, the motion much appreciation. Ted Carter, passed. IPAGE 8 broader coverage than our present policy. The council members were encouraged to come in the office and review the information on the Insurance before the council makes a decision on the insurance coverage. Richard Glen Barnes, age 72, passed away in San Francisco, View Cemetery in Beaver under the direction of the Olpin Mortuary. CA. He was born on October 2, 1922 to Glen and Florence Barnes Darwin Hilton Marshall Richard Glen Barnes Darwin Hilton Marshall, in Milford, Utah. Mayor Pryor has been Doris, working on the Town’s grader. It is very old and needs a lot of work. The Town should be looking for a good used grader to buy. Mayor . a son Peter, and two Riverside, CA. He was preceded sister. have to pay Mountain fuel for the installation of the gas line. The’. council reviewed the power bill for the library. The Town will put in a gas furnace with air conditioner as soon as possible. The bid of | $4,500 from Ferrill Phelps has been approved. Rodney Carter made a motion to purchase a tool to be used by the police department to unlock vehicles. David Eyre seconded the motion, the motion — passed. Michelle Barton made a motion to pay the bills presented for payment, Rodney Carter seconded the motion, the motion passed. | Meeting wasadjourned. Lena Pauline Mathews Wood Lena Pauline Mathews Wood, age 87, passed away March 25, 1995, in Milford, Utah. She was born June 20, 1907, in Beaver Utah, to Mary Ellen Eyre and Thomas C. Mathews. She married . Sherwin James Wood on June 12, 1946, in the St. George LDS Temple. She was preceded in _ death be her son Lou. Pauline spent 22 years as librarian in Minersville and was town clerk for 14 years. She also served as Relief Society Secretary. She enjoyed traveling by train and airplane. She was the eighth of nine children and the last survivor. She is survived by her Obituaries — husband, Sherwin, of Minersville, Utah. Funeral «Services were held on Thursday, March 30, 1995 at 1:00 p.m. Itha J. Lindsay, age 75, _LDS Chapel. at tlhe Minersville Internment followed at the Minersville City Cemetery. passed away on March 25, 1995 in the Beaver Valley Hospital. She Minersville, Utah to William & Lenora Walker Joseph. She married Daniel B.. Lindsay on February 14, 1939 in Beaver, Gary Mac Davis Gary Mac Davis, age 61, passed away April 2, 1995 in the Beaver Valley Hospital. He was born on June 13, 1933 in Reseda Utah. He preceded her in death on | April 22, 1984. Califomia to John A. and Vi Ludlow Davis.. He married Claudette Jo Lyle on May 20,1961 dogs or they will receive a citation. A late fee of $5.00 is now being Itha lost her parents when she was a young girl and was raised by Bell Armstrong. She loved to sew, cook, fish, go in Las Vegas, Nevada. Gary graduated from Beaver High School in 1951 and then joined the camping, and enjoyed the out of * United States Air Force where he charged for each dog licensed. doors. She loved to have a garden Y acre. It was also recommended David Eyre made a motion to approve a business license for Kim Lister to open a video rental shop. Rodney Carter and plant flowers. Use Agreements to allow limited passed. Carter, Galen Shanna Matheson, and Tammy Pearson, representing the - planning and zoning commission adjust the bill by 4. Enforcement of the dog met with the council to make ordinance recommendations. The commission gave a recommended definition for large animals. It was decided that two large animals be allowed on a % acre lot. A large — that the Town issue Conditional extra animals, as long as there is. compliance with all regulations and conditions specified. legitimate no be will from complaint neighbors, no no health hazard, public nuisance, fowl will be kept in coops, premises must be kept - elean and also the location will be considered. All complaints will be brought to the Zoning and Planning Committee and can be appealed to the City Council. Majority vote will be determined if a violation has occurred. Rodney Carter mad a motion to accept the recommendation of the committee for large animals and to use discussed. The until April 1, 1995, to license their | animal is any animal over 400 Ibs. Four animals under 400 Ibs. will be allowed on % acre lot except for fowl. You are allowed 20 fowl per There was clerk was instructed to write each dog owner a letter giving them seconded .the motion, motion Michelle Barton made a motion to accept the agreement with Gubler, Wilson, and Whatcott to conduct: the Audit for Minersville Town for the Fiscal year ending June 30, 1995. A letter was received from the State Historical Society notifying the Town that the Mary — Eyre home has been officially named to the State Historical : Register. Utah Local Government Trust has submitted a bid for the Town’s insurance package for the next fiscal year. significantly lower The and bid is with served in Korea. Gary enjoyed fishing, hunting, member of the LDS Church and working. He loved the outdoors, she especially in the summer. dearly She was a loved her family especially her grand & great grandchildren. She is survived by her - daughter, Lois L. Bulloch of Cedar City and her son Danny & Carmen Lindsay of Beaver. 7 grand and 1 great grandchildren. Brother Jay Joseph of Oregon. Sisters Grace Boyter of Beaver and Aretta Ash of Walnut Creek, CA. She was preceded in death by a granddaughter Brenda Bulloch, and two brothers. _ Funeral Services were held on Monday March 27, 1995 at 1:00 p.m. at the Olpin Mortuary Chapel. Internment followed at the Mountain View Cemetery in Beaver under the ditection of Olpin Mortuary. — on August 2, 1906, in Minersville, Barnes, Rialto, CA; Elmer Barnes, _in death by three brothers and one maintenance shed, the Town will Memorial Hospital. He was born daughters, Ann Christy and Glenna Kay; all of San Francisco. Three brothers and one sister, Nathan L. Mesquite, NV; Ray Barnes, Milford, UT, and JoAnn Perez, Pryor will fix the old grader so it can be used if the cost is feasible. Because a gas appliance has not been installed at the Town - was born on October 1, 1919 in Jim Craw has had a major water leak in the water line in his corral. Approval was given to age 88, passed way on March 31, 1995 at the Milford Valley He is survived by his wife golfing and He enjoyed gardening and taking care ofhis yard but his greatest joy was in his family, where he was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He was a member of the LDS Church. He is survived by his wife Claudette of Beaver, Children, Dan & Julie Davis of Plain City, Ohio, Kimberly & Allen Larsen of Goleta, California, Pam & Dale Stone of Paullup, Washington and Michelle Beaver. & Mark Bowden of Eight grandchildren and one sister, Eyvon & Dan Martin of Beaver. Funeral Services were held on Wednesday, April 5, 1995 . at 1:00 p.m. at the grave side. Internment was at the Mountain - Utah to George Jr. and Vella Amanda McAdams Marshall. He matried Vivian Rollins on March 13, 1929 in Salt Lake City, Utah, Their marriage was later solemnized in the St. George LDS Temple on June 8, 1951. ' Darwin had a great love of horses and was considered a great horseman. He was a farmer and rancher for most of his life. He even homesteaded a ranch - south of Minersville. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a . member of the Jeep Search and — Rescue Patrol for many years. He served as the water master for Minersville for 10 years. Darwin Was active in the LDS Church where he served in many positions throughout his life. ‘He dearly loved his family. He is survived by his wife Vivian of Minersville. One son, Val D. Marshall of Minersville, 4 grand, 8 great, and | great great grandchildren. Three sisters, Nona Larsen of Salt Lake City, Eva & Russell Guimon of St. George, and Connie & Mack Outzen of Tooele. He was preceded in death by a grandson Jeffery Val Marshall and two brothers, Marshall. Newell & Rex Funeral Services were "held on Tuesday, April 4, 1995 at 1:00 p.m. in the Minersville Ward Chapel. internment followed in the Minersville Cemetery under the direction of Olpin Mortuary. UP & 1 Contest Utah Power concluded its fourteenth annual Energy and ’ Environment Contest with the judging of finalist projects and the announcement of the winners on March 30, 1995 at the Sevier Valley Technical. College in’ Richfield, Utah. Lyle Chamberlain, son of the Mr. & Mfrs. Charles Chamberlain, Oak City, Utah was awarded the grand prize for his of an artificially intelligent robotic system which _ Invention stores and uses information from past experiences. grade student Lyle is a 9th at Delta High School. Utah Power sponsors the annual Energy and Environment Contest for 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students. This year 1106 students entered the contest in the Company’s Science Southwest Area, " representing eighteen schools in eight school districts. Finalists were chosen during preliminary contests _ held (Continued on page 10) - - .