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• • • • 0 0 4t • • • 41t • • • • • ' To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Page 9 GARAG E SALES WlLDERS SUITES 712-476-4500. us at www.BakkerTaxidermy. APARTMENTS: 361 8th com. 712-726-3080. Westbrook All-Town rum- Street, Walnut Grove, aN FOR SALE mage sales -- Sat., June 26. 56180. NEW OWNERS; UTILIZE MY SKILLS before If you want to be on the map, LOCAL MANAGEMENT. FOR SALE: Home-raised major DESTRUCTION, con- call Judy Tighe, 274-5674. Apartments available, beef. Halves and quarters tact Darren @ AAdvance Cost $5. Deadline June 21. Contact Linda, 507-859-9453 available. Call Dan Leuthold Transmission for all car care Garage Sale: June 19 -- or 507-626-0044. Equal at 507-967-2380. (MN) needs. 712-477-2294. must see! All sorts of "stuff," Housing Opportunity. 1989 Avon 34' tri-axle RV, all WANTED old and new. Plus lots of WESTBROOK: Perfect wood interior, nice, $5950. PS2, XBOX 360, Wii games, time to move, PLUS petsCall Curt's Auto, Garretson, WANTED: SCRAP IRON, Wii system and accesso- welcomeJ 1 & 2 bedroom SD, 605-413-7191. OLD CARS, etc. $105.00/ton des. Hundreds of Plus-size units now available. Call For Sale: 1979 4 Winns ski (subject to change). Roll-off dumpsters, certified scale. women's clothes, new with Linda, 507-360-8959. www. beat & trailer. Great price! B&C Metals, Rock Valley, tags. New pizza oven. Junior Call 319-830-7760. name-brand clothes. 600 Equal Housing Opportunity IA, 712476-4500. Bakke, Storden. 507-822- Provider. SERVICES Buying used motor oil -- 20 3732. cents per gallon -- contact FAR M MCCARTY MOTORS "The Kert at 712-479-2251,9am- Place To Go" for outdoor 5pm. HELP WANTED EQUIPMENT power equipment. Snapper, Help wanted: Meat wrapper, year-round employment, NEW & USED FEED Country Clipper, Briggs & WORK WANTED 25-30 hours/week. Wester's MIXERS; PARTS, SERVICE.Stratton, Kohler, Tecumseh. Locker, Westbrook. Call 507- Liners, augers, righting, 712-472-3257, Rock Rapids, CUSTOM LARGE SQUARE 274-5900. bearings, chain, etc. www. IA. BALING. Alfalfa, grass & straw. No job too far. David Post BAKKER TAXIDERMY -- six- Kramer 507-967-2140 or RENTALS Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, month turnaround time. See 507-360-9963. Westbrook City meeting at 6:00 p.m. Others the sale of the bonds on the suggested that we transfer Regular Meeting present: Dan Joel, Dennis street project. All voted in $10,000 from sewer fund May 3, 2010 Jutting, Perry Zieske favor. Motion carried, to general fund to replenish The Westbrook City with Zieske Surveying, Motion by Phelps and the cash until we receive Council met in special ses- Tom Hagen with Ehlers seconded by Jans to approve our June tax payment and sion for the annual Board of and Associates and Chad Design Tree EngineeringLGA monies in July. Review on Monday, May Gramentz with Design Tree Inc services for the street R C C / P r o S o u r c e 3, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. in the Engineering. project. All voted in favor. Technologies presented a City Council Room. Motion by Jans and Motion carried, change in the contract to Members present: Mayor seconded by Madson to Motion by Madson and read, "City of Westbrook Rocky Kolar. Council approve the minutes fromseconded by Johnson to has the right to co-locate Members: John Madson, the April 5, 2010 council approve the start of the for emergency services." Digger Phelps, Craig Jans meeting. All voted in favor, feasibility survey that will Motion by Phelps and and Jan Johnson. Motion carried, need to be completed first, seconded by Johnson to Others present: Dan Joel stated that he All voted in favor. Motion approve the contract con- Cottonwood County would like to hire some-carried, tingent on the final draft Assessor Gail Bondhus, one this summer to do lawn Motion by Madson and and attorney's approval. All mowing. He has someone seconded by Jans to appoint voted in favor. Motion car- Lisa Will and Alan Conners, Jim and Peggy Klasse and in mind and will ask him if Randall Comnick as Utility fled. Kathy Phillips. he is interested. Commissioner. All voted in Motion by Phelps and Mayor Kolar opened the Motion by Phelps and favor. Motion carried, seconded by Madson to meeting at 5:30 p.m. Jim seconded by Madson to Ginny Barron asked if approve the following and Peggy Klasse ques- approve the Resolution there is an ordinance against building permits: tioned the valuation of their for the Westbrook Area having an outdoor movieSara Krueger to build a lot. The original value of Volunteers to have bingo at held at Grace Lutheran patio, Peggy Pederson to $12,300 has dropped to the park during Fun Days. Church. The council decid- move in a storage shed, Lee $10,400 after 'an" err(Jr had All voted in favor. Motion ed that this would be ok as Bondhus to build a split rail been discovered. Kathy carried. 4 Aye 0 Nay long as there is not a prob- fence and move in a storage Phillips questioned the val- Motion by Madson lem with noise. Katie will shed, David Stresemann to uation at Gary's Service. and seconded by Jans contact Ginny and let her add roof to roof and sid- The Valuation at $5,000 has to approve the amend- know. ing, John Rupp to build dropped to $4;300 due to ed Ordinance 81A. The Bonnie Knutson asked ifa garage (contingent on older garage doors. Alan amendment increased the8th Street in front of her locate), RCC/ProSource thought the garage doors deposit amount for con-house could be blocked off Technologies to build a looked new and Kathy stat- tractors performing work for an auction on June 12. self supporting tower and ed that they are 15 years within the city from $50 to The council all agreed that equipment shelter and Alan old. Motion by Madson $500 and $500 to $1,500this would not be an issue. Cohrs to build a 30 X 20 and seconded by Phelps to for penalties. All voted in Council discussed the round grain bin. All voted accept the valuation chang- favor. Motion carded, use of the city park picnic in favor. Motion carried. es to Klasse and Phillips. Judy Schoborg with the tables. In the past, the pic- Motion by Johnson Motion by Madson and sec- VFW requested the coun-nic tables have been avail- and seconded by Jans to onded by Johnson to accept cil's permission to hold a able for the public to rent. approve the bills totaling the remainder of the assess- street dance on June 25 dur- Due to the damage of the $45,835.46. All voted in ments. All voted in favor, ing fun days. This would picnic tables and damage favor. Motion carried. Motion carried, involve blocking off a por- to the park grass from haul- Motion by Jans and sec- Motion by Phelps and tion of the block in front of ing, the council has decided onded by Phelps to adjourn seconded by Johnson the establishment, that we will no longer rent the meeting. All voted in to adjourn the Board of Motion by Phelps and the picnic tables out. Rocky favor. Motion carried. Review meeting. All voted seconded by Madson will contact the school to Rocky Kolar, Mayor in favor. Motion carried, to approve Ehlers and see if they would like theKatie Steen, City Clerk Mayor Rocky Kolar Associates to Direct Ehlers, old pLcnic tables in cold #176241 opened the regular council working with your bond storage to repair and sell. S-42x council, to solicit bids for Mayor Rocky Kolar of Vehicles: Wednesday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. • Auction: 1 p.rr Approximately 100 or more vehicles: A variety of sedans, pickuups, and vans. Inspection For a listing of vehicles and future sales, go to the General Services Administration website: www.autoauctions.gsa.govl Watch for Internet sales through out the year. Note: Children under the age of 16-years-old will not be allowed in the auction area. Auctioneer: Darin Petricka license # 70-36 (Prior Lake, MN) The Westbrook Public Utilities office is issuing a call for bids to replace the water main under I st Avenue in Westbrook. Specifications may be picked up at the Westbrook Public Utilities office at 556 1st Avenue, Westbrook. Bids must be returned by June 30, 2010. Call 507-274-6712 for more information 1, 1 Basement Problems Solved ~ ~ ~ Leaky basements made dry • Thousands of Satisfied Drain tile & baseboard systems available Customers Buckling walls corrected • Transferable Warranty Egress window installation • Licensed-Insured MN License #20542636 ND License #35770 800-348-6247 i fed . B~p~dent Water Controlled ing Se~ice For Over 40Years Secure Bridal Shower honoring Saturday June 26, I 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. I at St Pauls Cathonc Church I Walnut Grove 176244 GARAGE 176246 Saturday, June 19 7 a.m. - Noon Home d6cor & misc. 341 4th Street Walnut Grove Pam Steffen THANK YOU Thank you to our family and friends who helped make our bridal shower so special. It was deco- rated so beautiful and was such a delicious brunch. Thank you for the fun program, the cards and gifts and packets of garden seeds. A big thank you for the gifts from Thrifty White and Deubers in Westbrook and Oleson's Mercantile in Walnut Grove. We appreciated all the useful gifts. It was such a fun day. Love Ashley Paplow and Travis Kottke 176235 • • • • • • • • • • • • . Sentinel Tribune Tip Line. eIf you see news happening or have ae story idea call our News Tip Line. • 274.6136 or . • 1-800-410' 1859 • Due to staff limitations we may not always • be able to respond to your tips or ideas. " • However we will do our best to give every • call full • regara. • Thank you for your help and consideration. Call Jessica Noding at 712-251-0723 (Cell) 800-410-1859 507-274-6136 ~454