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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Page 12 h 0 Are you tired of eating the same food for lunch? Would the bread on your sandwich yawn from boredom if it could? The good news is you are not alone! The better news is Clementine oranges and raisins can put excite- ment back in to your brown bag lunch and a little pep in your step! Clementine orang- es and raisins are the perfect balance for goat cheese m this quick lunch fix that's sure to be a break from the routine sandwieh. This recipe can also be served as a salad on a bed of your favorite greens as another lunch option. This delicious and healthy sandwich is also bud- get-friendly and can be made for under $3.00. Adding more fruits and vegetables to lunch boxes is fun and easy with so many available flavors and variet- ies of fresh, frozen, canned, dried, or 100 percent juice. Increasing the amount of fruit and vegetables eaten every- day, or filling half your plate with fruits and veggies, can make a big difference in health and energy levels because more does matter http://www.fruitsandve ggies- morematters.org. Children and adults of all ages need to make half their plate - or brown bag or lunchbox - fruits and veggies to have all of the nutrients and proper energy to perform their best. Make packing lunches easy and tasty by choosing a healthy item from each of the five food groups for a bal- anced lunch: Fruits. Vegetables, Protein, Grain, and Dairy. Many fruits and vegetables are now available in single-serving packages for ease and convenience. Keep healthy lunches cold by freezing 100% juice boxes and placing in the bottom of the lunch box. Share your easy and healthy lunch box ideas on our Faeebook page and join the MyPlate Makeover Challenge. Submit a photo to show how you've trans- formed your plate to a lunch box and receive coupons for fruits and vegetables as well as the chance to win hundreds in free grocery gift cards! Follow Fruits & Veggies-- More Matters on Facebook or Twitter to get the latest news on the MyPlate Makeover Challenge. visit www.ncppub.com TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Minnesota Statutes Sections 415.02 and 415.021 authorize the city to codify its ordinances and print them in a book. The Code of Ordinances consists of the following titles: G E N E R A L PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT MUNICIPAL UTILITIES - RULES AND REGULATIONS, RATES, CHARGES AND COLLECTIONS CONSTRUCTION LICEN SING, PERMITS AND REGULATIONS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSING AND REGULATION OTHER BUSINESS REGULATION AND LICENSING STREET AND SIDEWALK REGULATIONS PUBLIC PROTECTION. CRIMES AND OFFENSES LAND USE REGULATION AND ZOING SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS PLATTING TRAFFIC, PARKING AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES All prior ordinances, per- taining to the subjects treat- ed in the Code of Ordinances, shall be deemed repealed from and after the effective date of the ordinance adopting the Code of Ordinances. This repeal shall not affect any offense committed or pen- alty incurred, or any right established prior to the effective date of this ordi- nance, nor shall this repeal affect the provisions of ordinances levying taxes; appropriating money; annexing or detaching terri- tory; establishing franchis- es; granting special fights to certain persons; authorizing public improvements; authorizing the issuance of bonds or borrowing of money; authorizing the pur- chase or sale of real or per- sonal property; granting or accepting easements, plat or dedication of land to public use; or vacating or setting the boundaries of streets or other public places; nor shall this repeal affect any other ordinance of a tempo- rary or special nature or pertaining to subjects not contained in or covered by the Code of Ordinances. The official copy of this Code of Ordinances shall be marked and be kept in the office of the City Clerk. The Code of ordinances will be declared to be prima facie evidence of the law of the city, and will be received in evidence as provided by Minnesota Statutes by the courts of the State of Minnesota. The ordinance adopting the Code of Ordinances, and the Code of Ordinances itself, shall take effect upon publication of the ordinance adopting the Code of Ordinances in the city's official newspaper. Katie Steen, City Clerk #228444 S-12x City of Westbrook Regular Meeting October 3, 2011 The Westbrook City Council met on Monday, October 3, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the city council room. Members present: Mayor: Rocky Kolar; coun- cil members: John Madson, David Moriarty, Jan Johnson and Digger Phelps Others present: Dan Joel, Alan Wahl, Dennis Jutting Wayne Singer, Rosehill Township and Gordy Kopperud. Mayor Rocky Kolar pre- sided the meeting. Motion by Phelps and seconded by Moriarty to approve the minutes from the September 6, 2011 council meeting. Street Superintendent, Dan Joel stated .the lift sta- tion by the Loose Moose has not been inspected for a few years due to crops in the field. Joel is suggesting that we put a water way out there so that it is easy to access. Joel stated that the pool has been winterized for the season. Utility Superintendent, Dennis Jutting stated that Dan Dean with Verizon came in today to discuss installing a repeater on our water tower. This would give us better service up to 10 miles. Jutting will keep us posted on the progress. Police Chief Alan Wahl presented the council with a police report for the month. Gordy Kopperud from Sanford Westbrook Medical Center asked council to consider bumping out the curb line on the north side of the new CT addition. Due to removal of snow it would be very difficult to make this happen. Council voted no to this request. All voted in favor of decision. Motion by Phelps and seconded by Madson to approve the 2 year Ambulance and Fire con- tracts with no changes made. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to keep the City License Fees the same as last year. All voted in favor Motion caT- fled. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Madson to approve building permits for Chandra Kolar and Tom Tighe. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Madson stated that Waste Management was awarded the County Recycling. Effective date of change is January 2012. Kolar stated that maybe the current recy- cling shed could be used by city. Phelps stated that he would like a replacement on the Western Community Action Board. This position needs to be held by a public official. Moriarty asked what the winter parking rules are. Joel stated that there is to be no parking on any city streets when there is 2" or more of snow cover. All vehicles will be ticketed. Motion by Madson and seconded by Phelps to approve the bills totaling $106,496.44. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Madson to adjourn the meeting. All voted in favor. Motion car- fled. Rocky Kolar, Mayor Katie Steen, City Clerk #228445 S-12x 181962 SANF )RD" HEA 920 Bell Ave. Westbrook, MN 56183 Medical Clinic (507)274-6121 Clinic Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Saturday Urgent Care lOAM - Noon Westbrook Hospital (507)274-6121 24 Hr. emergency servke Peterson Estates Senior Living (507) 274-6804 : Kild Hubert i Sales Rep L i 507-274-6136 or Complete Auto Repair • Windshield & Glass • Diagnostics-All domestic • All major & minor repair • Wheel Alignment & Tires i i Klasse Sales and Service (507) 274-6166 Plum Creek Embroidery Hwy. 14. 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