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1 5 BASKETBALL CAMP PAGE 9 DIRECTORY PAGEIO II..hll.ld.-I.dt-..h,lhllh,m,l,lltlih.hllh.vd. *******MIXED ADC 553 SMALL TOWN PAPERS IINE 217 W COTA ST, SHELTON, WA 96,584-2263 Wednesday June 15, 2016 $I.00 NUMBER 43 12 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Serving: Walnut Grove, Westbrook, These young lads found a good way to cool off Sunday afternoon after the temperature reached well into the nineties for the third day in a row. However by Monday morning things were much cooler with temps in the high 70's. 66 O -Council discussed smoking ban in park By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WESTBROOK -- The council discussed problems with people not getting building permits when doing projects on their property. Mayor Phelps said people have to realize there is good reason for them to get permits. If a property owner is doing a project that is going to change the footprint of their property -- they need a permit. Two of the main reasons for thisois to make sure that people do not build struc- tures over utilities, this can create serious safety issues. Another reason is there are setback reqqirements that need to be m&. For instance you can not build anything within so many feet of your property line. Although some of the" setback issues can be amended with a variance, if a property owner receives permission with a majority of other owners in the area. Another reason for this is to keep the community looking as neat and orderly as possible. "We don't want people to drag in old dilapi- dated buildings into town," Phelps said. Police Chief Alan Wahl asked the council for per- mission to raise the fee for officers to work at wedding dances and other events where liquor is served. The current fee is $75.00. He would like it raised to $100.00 per night. Wahl says our rate would still be lOW compared to other towns in the area. With two members of council missing, Phelps said he would like to table the request until the full council was there to approve it. Jim Patterson made a formal .request to have a parcel ofhis land detached from the city. Patterson had already prepared the neces- sary paper work to make the change. The council approved Patterson's request to detach the prop- erty. The council passed a joint powers agreement for anything needed with Cottonwood County. Currently the city has a joint powers agreement for maintaining First Avenue for plowing in the winter. The blanket joint powers agreement will cover things like seal coating, which saves the city money. The council passed the joint powers agreement. Last month Luke Ewald representative from DesMoines Valley Health and Human Services requested the city to desig- nate the city park as a tobacco free place. The council thought it would be hard to enforce however they thought it would be a good idea, and adopted a policy declaring the city parks as tobacco free. Ewald has posted signs in the park declaring it as Tobacco Free. The EDA requested the council to pass a resolution to send to the county ask- ing for temporary tax abate- ment on the former Recipe building until it is sold. City on page 3 Next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday WWG schools and the Perpich Center for Arts Education will hold workshops for the arts By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune SPECIAL -- Ifyou have a hankering for visual art, dance, and music, you might want to take advantage of one or all of the three work- shops being presented. Theater and Dance will be held on Tuesday, June 21, visual/media art will be held Wednesday, June 22, and music will be held on Thursday, June 23. All three days wilt pres- ent Conversation, Collaboration, and Creation from Artists from the Perpich Center for the Arts, as well as several area art- ists and Art instructors. They will share their skills and talents in their personal fields of the arts. If you are interested in attending any or all of the workshops you can do so by registering at WWG schools by June i 9 by calffng (507- 274-6111; or Bilt Richards at 507-828-6616); email richards@wwgschools.org. Some of the presenters are: Brian Lukasavitz, Entertainment Attorney- Radio Host-Speaker- Author-Adjunct Instructor from Duluth; Betsy Malone, Outreach Coordinator for the Perpich Center for Arts Education; Neil Witte of RTR, Science teacher and one act play director making appearances at the state three times in the past three years; Clayton Hubert of RRC will host a sculpture workshop featuring pouring molten aluminum into a mold to create individual art pieces. Music: Are you ready to make some music? Write a song, record and make it into a music video. The workshops will be held at Westbrook Walnut Grove High School at the Peterson Technical Campus Theater. The sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. Six Trumpeter Swans were spot- ted on Singers Slough south of Westbrook about two or three weeks ago. Apparently they just stopped by for a rest stop as they were soon gone. . ! ON RECORD PAGE 2 AREA NEWS PAGE 8 SPORTS PAGE 3 SPORTS PAGE 9 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 BUSINESS PAGE 10 FAITH & FAMILY PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED PAGE 1 1 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 AREA NEWS PAGE 12 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 SPRING SPORTS PAGE 9 INFORMATION CIRCULATION CONTACT Us CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2016 Sentinel Tribune ! ! , ,