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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, September 21,2016 Page 3 From page I l Regular meeting cost of the project, with a agenda: motion to mainly take care of the water issue with The council voted to sell landscaping. a tax forfeited property for Police Chief Mike Zeug $100. discussed issues with unli- censed vehicles in the city. The council passed a resolution placing a memo- The council discussed nui- rial to Medal of Honor sance ordinance com- • recipient Leo Thorsness in plaints. Violators have been sent letters asking property the city park, and rename the park -- Leo Thorsness owners to take care of exist- Memorial Park. ing issues on their property. Thorsness was born andMcGarvey talked about attended school in Walnut the preliminary budget. As Grove. it sits now the budget The council discussed remains the same as last alley construction in the years levy of $224,000. The council voted to accept the new Jenniges Addition on Washington Street. proposed levy. At a previous meeting The council discussed the council discussed build- putting an addition on the ing an alley on the south south end of the community edge of the property and center. The purpose of the slope it to help divert water addition would be to have a runoff. The original cost band stage and additional was estimated at about storage. No decision was $12,000. A subsequentmade at this time. A land use permit was price with revisions was about $4,700. granted to Greg and Robin The council discussed Hansen to build a home in several ways to reduce the the new Jenniges Addition. • Sentinel Tribune Tip Line • • If you see news happening or have • a 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 regard. • • Thank you for your help and consideration. • • ,0 • • • • • • • • • • • Left: A Highway Patrol officer gave a training class for over 90 area school bus drivers from four school districts that was held at the Westbrook Community Center last Wednesday evening. Right: We don't know if this was a coincidence that these Disney characters showed up last week in the teachers lounge. Apparently there was some discrepancy of who was seated where. This year's homecoming theme is Disney Characters. Su 0 scrl Be 0 f r'g pARTy We strive to be the best place in town to have a drink, play pool or darts and meet friends, old and new. With an immense cocktail list; outstanding munchies and a fun, casual atmosphere, it's a scene away from the usual bar scene. After all, it's not just another bar, it's a classic neighborhood hangout. ON/OFF SALE 628-4645 • Jeffers, MN To see your business featured here. Call Joan at 507- 274-6136 or 800- 410-1859 jspiel- man@ ncppub. com orders/pre-orders are To-g always welcome S J A Life-Changing Career Food Service Professionals Food Service professionals at Mayo ainic is rnakJng a difference, It's ; ~st..You'll discover a culture of --and , U;S. News and World No. 1 in more focuses on providing in and innovative dayo Food Service in Rochester will transition prooe88, visit: MAYO CLINIC Connect with us! Be the first to hear about new lObS and career related news from Mayo Chn c @2016 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Post offer ore-employment (]rug screening is required. Mayo Clinic is an eaua~ oeoortun~y eaucator ano employer (including ve[erans aria uersons w~n CllSablllileS}