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SENTINEL TRIBUNE F Wednesday, November 7, 2007, Page 3 From page 1 Suhrhoff now has an office in Westbrook and lives just a couple miles from the city, making her very accessible. "I think accessibility is very impor- tant and I have a good working relationship with chief Wahl," said Suhrhoff. 'Mayor Rocky Kolar thanked the "two attorneys and told them the council will make a decision before the new year. The council discussed a person who set up a deer stand, cut down several trees and hunted on the city's land west of town. The council decided to send a letter to this person telling him to collect the trees that were cut down and take them to the burn pile. Meanwhile the land has been posted with no hunting or trespassing signs. The council passed a resolution amending ordi- nance No. 32. The ordinance allows a person or business outside the city limits to hook up to the sanitary sewer. It also prohibits any use.of the sys- tem for industrial or agri- cultural purposes. The measure was passed by the council, and will take effect upon publication. Fire Chief Doug Kletscher reported to the council on fire contract rates. He listed the section rates of several other area communities. Lamberton $125, Fulda $145, Heron Lake $t70, Walnut Grove $129.58, Storden $120, and Jeffers $100. Westbrook is proposing $115. The council approved the rate. There was a problem with the water at the com- munity center After check- ing with a plumber it is thought a water softener wd/i:ki solve of the problems. Kolar found a couple of the faucet screens were clogged. He told the council he had checked on the cost of putting in a sof- tener. It would cost about $3,500. No decision was made at this time. Kolar said they will have to advertise for a new ,custodian for the community center as the present person has resigned to take another position. The council approved a winter maintenance agree- ment with Cottonwood County for First Avenue The council approved the reappointment of Orlen Grams to the Municipal Utilities Board. Building permits were issued to Craig Jans to put an addition on his garage,' and to build a kennel at his home on Davis Avenue. Jim Dibble was given a permit to add on to his garage on First Avenue. Police Chief Alan Wahl received an invitation from Nation Congress for Secure Communities to serve as a delegate to participate in the general session in Washington D.C. The event will be held December 17, 18. The council asked Wahl to Check on the cost for the trip. October Police Report One accident, two tick- ets, five open doors, seven ambulance assists, one county assist, three arrest warrants; three court cases -settled, one funeral escort, transient at BP causing trouble-esc?rted out of town. 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Ne~ le ~plsce or Idit s Muske, Muske & Suhrhoff Law Office Call Maryellen Suhrhoff 507-274-5980 611 First Ave. Westbrook, MN Wednesday 12-5pm or by appointment or call the Windom office 507.831-5575 ney or II page I It confirms findings of bacterial soap is more effec- other scientists that claim tive than the other soaps. use of anti-bacterial soaps She said, the judges scored causes the bacteria to build on how you conducted the resistance so when the bac- project, explanation of the teria reproduces it will sus- results, creativeness, and tain that immunity, overall appearance. Because of similar stud- Friday morning at a ies by scientists, many luncheon she was surprised health care facilities are to find that she was the win- changing the way they sani- ner in her grade and catego- tize the various units in ry. "I was surprised to win in their facilities, my first year -- there are a "On Wednesday, at the lot of people that have corn- National FFA Convention in peted in it before;" she said. Indianapolis, I set up my Baker can't enter in the boards for judging at 10:00 same category, but she hopes a.m " Baker said. Then she to enter again in a different presented the problem, and category for next year. hypothesis that non anti- the neighborhood looking [] Birkholz Law, LLC ATTORNEYS AT LAW Daniel A. Birkholz 101 South 7th St St James, MN 56081-0461 Phone 507-375-3374 Fax 507-375-3375 E-mail: birklaw@rconnect:com DUANE'S BODY SHOP Auto Body Repair & Refinishing Specializing in auto glass Call 507-274-6655 1018 4th St Westbrook, MN. Duane Ourada, owner A Place in the Country ' *Wedd gs *Funerals*Flowers& Balloons for every occasion *Crafts of all kinds Phone 50%274-6600 Mary L. Osland, Westbrook, MN M.L. 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