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SENTINEL TmBUNE NEWS Wednesday, January l6, 2013 Page 10 - cil • _.. un -- From page I Mayor Phelps talked about the city getting on a list of cit- ies, with the League of Minnesota Cites. The list would give the city some recourse in collecting debt owed to the munici- pality for removal of property following a fire other casualty claims, or unpaid utility bills. Apparently after a recent fire on First Avenue, the insurance company paid the claim, including funds for demolition and removal of the debris to the home owner who no longer is in the area. That means the city will likely have to spend money for attorney fees to secure the property, and pay for the demo- lition and removal of the property. This could cost the city several thousand dollars. The council discussed a problem with some First Avenue property owners in the business district that are not keeping their sidewalks clean from snow and ice. A couple of the prop- erty owners said they would pay the city to do it, but the coun- cil felt they could not do that because it would be competing with businesses that do snow removal. The council said that these people will just have to hire someone to do the removal, much as any other property owners have to do. The following items were approved by the comcil. • Contribution to the Fire Relief Fund of $4,000. • Part time employees were granted a 25 cents per hour raise. • Carolee Stutz and Nicole Elzenga were appointed to the Library Board. Police chief Alan Wahl presented his report for the month of December. One DWI arrest, five tickets issued, one arrest, one domestic case, assisted Walnut Grove Police and Lyon County with warrant, assisted Walnut Grove Police locating person, one vehicle impound. • Dining -- From page 1 ii i rll ..... Each meal ticket is for one meal per person. No one age- eligible will be denied a meal ticket because of inability to donate. An annual registration form is also required. "LSS likes to support local businesses with the senior meal program dollars when possible and where it's a win- win for everyone. We feel we have that win-win relation- ship with Angle," commented Anderson further. "If you rarely come to senior dining, please consider dining more often through the Diner's Club at The Recipe. Family mem- bers can purchase meal tickets for you as gifts as well." For 40 years, LSS has provided nutritious, low-cost meals for seniors 60+, along with home delivered meals to homebound seniors, in northwest and north-central Minnesota. Information about services and the location of nutrition sites can be found at www.lssmn.org/nutrition. • CcIn( E " From page I There will also be a wall of hope to remember those people who have had and are currently battling cancer. A hoola hoop contest will be held during the half time break with prizes furnished by Bubai Foods. Integrity Bank of Walnut Grove will donate $1.00 for every point the Chargers score. Charger head coach Derrick Jenniges said there are dozens of Pink Out t-shirts on sale the week before the event. He said "let's pack the gym with pink! The event is sure to be a lot of fun and we hope everyone will come out to support the Chargers and join in the fight against cancer!" 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