. IN Volume Eureka, Utah 84628 Eighty-Fiv- e July 6, 1990 30$ operates four camps for boy training, experience Council Summer is just around the arations for the coming camp-corn- er and the local Boy Scout ing season. Rees Falkner, Scout Execu-majCouncil, which operates four is preptive, says this is the time for camps, making the council to paint, repair and in other ways get the camps lor the summer camping season Falker also said new con- and major renovation struction Utah Lake: Good cat- is in all four undertaken being fishing (especially channel cat- fish.) All around the lake, look maJor camps this spring and for two - three foot water summer. 1 he tour major camps op- depth, may have to wade out some distance. Take a lawn erated by the council arc: Maple Dell, located in Payson chair. Provo River: Above ?"yiD SofuJ Res- 01mstead--Dee- r Creek Base, located at Reservoir spilling, river is a ervoir; Thunder Ridge, located little high, excellent fishing in Parowan Canyon, and Jere- the Cub Scout opportunity using artificial miah Johnson, in Hobble located Day Camp lures and flies. Below Olmstead To Utah This year, Falkner said, Lake Use baits or artificials, renovations are being only method allowed for lak- - major made on the W.W. Clyde Lodge ing fish is with hook and line, the and well stocked with rainbows for swimming pool Dell. Work Camp Maple 4 week. July Deer Creek Reservoir: Good swimming pool is underway au trout fishing, trolling best. Go work on the lodge will begin for crayfish, too. (Remember shortly. it is illegal to transport live Additional new develop- . ments will continue to be made crayfish.) Strawberry Reservoir: Lake this summer at the Scofield fishing is slow but some six Aquatics Base, Falkner pound Bear Lake Cutthroat arc reported. A water tank, gen- being caught, along with the erator and additional troop normal two pound Strawberry shelters arc being added. Cutthroat. Lake limit is 16, At Camp Thunder Ridge, 4. Excellent camping! Falkner said, the lodge is being or Fishing report ing and lake fishing for rain- bows, special plants for holi- day. Salt Lake Canyon: All stre- ams heavily planted with rainbows early July family fishing. Take a creel for the fish and a bag for the litter. Number 27 tors report on Action taken by the Juab Board. The program will be in a vote of the Board was County Board of Commission- - projected for Levan, Mona proved and then signed by ers during a recent meeting and Eureka next year. Chairman Bernini, ap-rea- dy included: Commissioners also heard a The county attorney A report on the 1989 audk report from Michelle Johnson, informed the commission that by Dave Cloward and Denton Home Demonstration Agent, there would be no charge to Alexander of Hawkins, Borup who stated in her report that use the Utah County 911 r and Cloward, Independent 120 people participated in a equipment. The County would Auditors. These recommenda- - recently completed 4-- H camp, need a P.C. Computer. It tions were approved: Dona Jones requested that l. Further testing to be the County sponsor a float to made, hy ih? County Auditor be placed in the Ute Stampede on the Justice of the Peace parades, and also asked for Department. prize money for the Juab 2. A comprehensive dis- County Queen and Attendants, position record for citation is- - Commissioners approved $300 sued by all law enforcement for the float and the same cn!csia!d 1? available to m0ney as was awarded the Clerk Auditor for sample prizeyear testing. Also, upon seizures, Re the matter of the the law enforcement officer remocfeling of the old court- Ai " lions develop written policies and procedures to insure that ambulance scrvicrisbilled, proper collection procedures arc taking place, accounts receivable are reconciled to records of billings, adjust- ments and collections. Comm. Brough commented that the purchase orders were approval. velopments possible. JcfT Banks, County Agent, The camps are part of the mainreported on activities that have permanent property tained by the council to be take place in his department used by local troops in their including a free spraying che- mical program by the Weed camping programs. them more than one hundred years old. When the young people get too old for the dancing they can become musicians and still remain with the group. They have danced in Holland, Luxembourg, Germany, France, Sweden, Bulgaria, Turkey, England, Puerto Rico and Czechoslovakia. would be necessary set up a surcharge on the phones to finance the system. . A public hearinD for July 16, 1990, at 6:00 p.m., to receive public input on the 91 1 Enhanced Emergency Sys- - tern. Celebration ' anoor vehicle that was seized. Secretary of the 3. The Ambulance Associa- - for capital improvements is posal on purchase orders" be- making a lot of the camp de- - fore the commission for their Kids have been a favorite at previous World Folkfests in Springville and the childrens dance group from Belgium, who are coming to this years festival, will fall in that category. Some of the group are shown above. The children range in age froin 6 to 14 and do dances typical of their region, most of v vice District 1, m that reported Special " the contract on the remodeling . wasawardcd to Lynn-C- on Our calendar shows only six struction May 30, 1990, and was to be completed 270 days m.or weeks until the 1990 thereafter. Milton T. Harmon, Tintic Silver Festival! Two more events planned Board Member, had negotiated 18 are the for a settlement with Zeeman August and Parade. Breakfast Construction on past expenses. The "breakfast" will again Several matters were cussed with Leon Winter, be sponsored by the Boy Sco-- It will begin y. in will be breakfast the the increasin past, ers voted favor of ing his salary $50.00 per held on the LDS ward grounds, month beginning June 1, 1990, Being well attended and and at the end of the year a supported by donors in the review will be made on raising past, this event has enabled Winters salary equivalent to area Boy Scouts to enjoy other County employees. scouting activities, regardless The Barstow training con- - of their financial situation. . ference in Octobcf,1990, was Please plan to give them your discussed, and it was agreed support this year. The celebration parade has that the same number of members the Juab County grown unbelievably over the Sheriffs Posse as were sent years, but continues to be a last year, be allowed to attend, "fun" highlight of the festival. Jerry Carlson and Nadine All organizations, businesses, Carlson met with the and individuals from Tintic commissioners to discuss the and the surrounding towns are budget for West Juab Ambu- - invited to participate. Fancy, lance. Further expenses and expensive floats are NOT other items were also required. This is not a compct- ition parade with prizes, etc. discusscd. A delegation, representing This is just our little, friendly, Mammoth Fire Department, fun, Tintic Silver Festival Par- Adrcn Underwood, Bill Stew- - ade. Chairperson of the event art, Mike Draper and Brian this discussed year is Marelo Evans. She with Underwood, a the commission the matter of dd marvelous job last year, the fire equipment at Mam- - and everyone looks forward to moth. In action by the board, the parade this year, also. The it was agreed that Mammoth lineup will be the same...al the fire equipment will receive top Tintic High School at 9:00 a.m. a.m. priority in the 1991 budget Parade time is 10:00should Also, if any radios become Anyone with questions, available, the Mammoth Fire direct them to Marelo. Dept, will be notified. The Central Utah Mental dis-strea- ms Health agreement. Bylaws and a Resolution authorizing Juab County to become a party to said agreement was presented cling Club visit to t0 fog commission by County Eureka...JULY 14, instead of Attorney Donald Eyre, Jr., ana June 14.