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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 I, 2003, EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN -- PAGE 5 Llrman from page 1 ) by two of the recommendation. extension office used and the school ! hedule for its use. ,the town boardvoted the issue back to the additional review. |the Emmerlm motion were Tony TerryBlevins meetir no allow G-H of the secu- L being installed since in June. He be- up and dropped off office hours. Ensign, town and locks the tor those who have weekends. IContinued from page 1} Another problem was that Bandy, however, did not be- although the weed coordinator lieve sending the issue back to was her primary job, she also has the committee was necessary two other jobs. since he had not heard anything "[If I'm not doing what you to convince him to change the wanted} I don't know why I went rule forbidding the use of the thru the testing Ito get an building by and for-profit indi- applicator's license]," she said vidual or organization, and admitted she was afraid of Headdedthatoftenheisforcedbeing sued by some people who to make a decision and the rest of do not approve of the county the town board votes against him. weed control program. However, he lives with the deci- Roxie Devers, county admin- sion and moves on. istrator, admitted that she will Nail did not believe the depot have to check on whether there was run very well because "I re- is any rule or regulation govem- ceived a bill for when I used it in ing whether an employee can February." Ensign responded by spray chemicals more than eight saying most people who rent the hours per day. building go to the town hall and Lyons admitted after Peterson pay after their event. Only those left that the county "can prob- who fail to pay are sent bills, ably kiss the rest of this year For the first time since he has goodbye" for spraying noxious been on the board, Stroud spoke weeds. For the next coordina- during the meeting when he ex- tor, the elected officials said they plamed how the new town radio will have to stress the job has frequency may be used. irregular hours associated with Ensign started by explaining it. the needforthetowntohaveits The next set of fireworks own radio frequency to reach el- came at the end of the meeting ther himself or other town em- when Paula Barnett, county ployees. The fire department clerk, informed the commis- and ambulance service will also sioners, in no uncertain terms, be able to use the frequency to that the meetings are run badly. communicate at accident scenes This came after Nelson and without tying up the Lincoln SandyTaylorofKarvalattended County frequency, meeting to discuss moving Stroud added that normal ra- the location of the proposed die operation of the fire depart- Karval Water Users treatment ment and ambulance service will plant. not change. However, the new Barnett, who takes the min- frequencycanbeusedduringthe utes of the dommissioners' fireworks or at a crash scene, meeting, said she had no idea A variance was granted to Leo what was going on during the and SheUie Hurtado, who are re- meeting with the Taylors be- placing their existing house with a cause everyone was talking at 28'x6(Y modular at 621 2nd Ave. once and no one would take The board granted a front yard and turns speaking. She also had a side yard variance because there hardtimehearingwhatwassaid was not enough to place the modu- Lar and obey the zoning regulations. The board also renewed the liquor license for the Plains Bar. Karval Lions Club Consignment Auction Saturday, September 13, 2002 Community Building Grounds, II a.m. MOTIF SOFA DISHWARE SQUEEZE CHUTE RECLINER TACK & ROPES POOL TABLE PORCH SWING Am HOCKEY 2 BOOKCASES CALF TABLE MANY MORE ITEMS BY SALE TIME! $2 rain. pper consilpunenL 10% conl~ ,thea5%,2% =osa~ c~ up to $1,25e. Max~um no e - $25. COndlp.nems will be accepted umtil sa4e time day of call: 719-446-5274, 719-446-5416 ca" 719-446-5403. TERMS: CASH -- ALL SAILS FINAL il settled for. Seller reslmm~le for removing all Rents. Karval Liom are am ~ fo list, stolcL damaged item~ or for accidents. Lunch will be served by Karval Lions Club Auctioneers: Michal Auction Services Market or Gaml~ role iln~--- I0~ charge on ml~. un because everyone else was Taylor told the board that the speaking and the commission- community building has been ers' backs are to her and Bob on hisland since the CCC build- Safranek, county attorney, ing was donated to Karval years Barnett also told Gary Beedy, ago. After checking with the chairman of the board, that he county assessor's office, no one needs to keep control of the owns the building and Taylors meeting and not let everyone do not pay taxes on it. talk at once. "You have to be When contacted on Septem- considerate to everyone in the her 10, Devers said Taylors had room." accepted the commissioners' of- Safranek suggested everyone fer to purchase the land in the room make a conscious On another topic, Devers ex- effort to speak clearly, plained that she received a At onepoint there wasa me- phone call from Richard tion on the table to pay the Bergman, Cheyenne County Taylors $5,000 for a portion of commissioner, who wanted to land next to the community set up a telephone conference building. That motion sat there with Lincoln County commis- for at least 20 minutes before sioners to discuss sharing a any other action was taken on welfare director. Howester, the it. other two Cheyenne County Besides paying Taylors the commissioners knew nothing money, the commissioners about the conference and since agreed to build a fence on the Cheyenne County didn't meet north and east side of the until September 9, itwasnever 760'x380' property, have the held. survey done and bring the ab- During the discussion, the stract up to date. 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