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Page 14" The Akron Hometowner P U b I i c N oti c o s August 1, 2007 Public Notice Your right to know Notice of Proposed Action for Loan Agreement NOTICE OF PROPOSED ACTION - TO INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS TO ENTER INTO A LOAN AGREEMENT IN A PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $700,000 (GENERAL OBLIGATION) The City Council of the City of Akron, Iowa, will meet on the 14th day of August, 2007, at the City Hall, Akron, Iowa, at 7:00 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of instituting proceedings and taking action to enter into a loan agreement (the "Loan Agreement") in a principal amount not to exceed $700,000 for the purpose of paying the cost, to that extefit, of constructing of street and storm sewer improvements, acquiring a mower for the municipal parks and recreation department and funding housing assistance programs tor families of low and moderate income. The Loan Agreement is proposed to be entered into pursuant to authority con- tained in Section 384.24A of the Code of iowa and will constitute a general obliga- tion of the City. At the aforementioned time and place, 0ral or written objections may be filed or made to the proposal to enter into the Loan Agreement. After receiving objections, the City may determine to enter into the Loan Agreement, in which case, the decision will be final unless appealed to the District Court within fifteen (15) days thereafter. By order of the City Council of the City of Akron, Iowa. Karen Wardrip, Deputy City Clerk Published in The Akron Hometowner August 1, 2007. Public Notice Your right to know Plymouth County Board of Supervisors July 17, 2007 Proceedings July 17, 2007 Le Mars, Iowa The Plymouth County Board of Su- pervisors met in the Boardroom on July 17, 2007 at 9:30 a.m. All members were present. All votes following are aye unless otherwise indicated. The agenda for the July 17, 2007 meet- ing was approved. Minutes of the July 10, 2007 meeting were approved. Motion by Schneider, 'seconded by Kass, to create a County Attorfiey collection fund for Fiscal Year 2006-2007. Motion Carried. Motion by Schneider, seconded by Kass, to approve the County Recorder's Quarterly Report for the quarter ending Motion Carried. Motion by Greene, seconded by An- derson, to approve the purchase of 4 garage doors from Overhead Door Co. of Sioux City for $10,048.00 for the Remsen shed. Motion Catried. Board approved the following claims per payroll dated 7-13-07: GENERAL BASIC FUND Craig Anderson, mileage ................ $34.04 Martin Balmer, wages .................... 320.16 Craig Bartolozzi, wages ................. 197.34 Steve Beeek, wages ........................ 440.50 Troy Beitelspacher, wages ............... 12.75 Der-k Christoffel, wages ................ 616.25 Shane Coyle, wages ....................... 306.10 Justin Daale, wages ........................ 145.80 Devin Dowling, wages ................... 580.00 Dawn Fifita, wages ......................... 622.72 Gary Gearke, Wages ....................... 442.24 Linda Hayworth, wages ................. 365.33 Jill Holzman, wages ......................... 21.00 Stephanie Hoppe, wages .................. 16.25 Ardis Johnson, wages ..................... 181.92 Tami Jorgensen, wages ...................... 8.75 Jeff Kramer, wages ......................... 139.50 Grant Lubbers, wages .................... 266.28 Larry Radloff, wages ........................ 12.75 Mat T Jo Sitzmann, wages .............. 449.20 Andrew Stevenson, wages ............. 580.00 Deb Van Otterloo, wages ............... 792.96 Jill Vander Windt, wages .................. 86.40 Mark Wilson, wages ....................... 560.00 Employer withholdings ............. 14.416.14 Employee withholdings ............ 33.075.84 MH-DD SERVICES FUND Employer withholdings ................ $167.88 Employee withholdings ................. 443.38 RURAL SERVICES FUND Noel Ahmann, wages ................... $370.76 Alan Lucken, wages ....................... 547.87 Employer withholdings .................. 321.89 Employee withholdings ................. 705.63 SECONDARY ROAD FUND Andrew Neary. wages .................. $313.60 Employee withholdings .............. 8.897.52 Employee withholdings ............ 20,475.68 SPECIAL APPRAISER'S FUND Employer withholdings ................ $225.82 Employee withholdings ................. 534.67 LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND Employer withholdings ................ $210.62 Employee withholdings ................. 382.23 ASSESSOR FUND Employer withholdings ................ $816.97 Employee withholdings .............. 2,216.83 E911 FUND Lisa Knutson, wages .................... $127.80 Employer withholdings .................... 17.50 Employee withholdings ................... 14.75 The Board adjourned at 10:34 a.m. K. Kae Meyer, Plymouth County Auditor Jim Henrich, Chairman Published in The Akron Hometonwer August 1, 2007. Public Notice Your right to know Anual salary report for Akron-Westfield Fiscal year The Annual Salary report for the fiscal year July 1; 2006 to June 30, 2007 Including all supplemental salaries, coaching salaries, driver education salary, all extra months, Phase 1, phase II, and Teacher Compensation dollars appropri- ated by the State of Iowa for improvement of education in Iowa. ADAMS, MARY ........................... $59.50 ALBERT, ALISSAH ............... $34,388.88 ALLNER, MICHAEL ............. $12,369.70 ANDERSON, CHARLO'IE. $20,165.55 ANDERSON, ERIC ................ $10,182.04 ANDERSON, SUSAN .............. $1,253.00 BAKER, LUCY ...................... $39,929.34 BAKER, MIKE ....................... $46,624.36 BANKS, BENJAMIN .................... $49.50 BARRETT, ELIZABETH ....... $30,888.86 BARTELS, MARY ................... $1,477.98 BARTELS, RANDY ............... $54,682.37 BARTELS, SUZANNE .......... $51,311.14 BLAKE, KRISTIN ................. $18,894.22 BOBIER, CATHY ................... $54,083,37 BOSSE, ANNETFE ..................... $704.34 BRIGGS, DEREK ................... $62,651.40 BROWN, SUSAN ................... $44,159.15 BUNDY, JULIE ...................... $40,414.69 BUNKERS, STACY ................. $4,654.40 BURRACK, JANET .................... $220.00 BURSELL, DEBORA. ............ $21,064.49 CHAMBERLAIN, MONICA. $39,991. I0 CLAREY, LAWRENCE ......... $39,40 1.00 CLARK, CARISA .................. $23,157.05 COLT, TARAH ............................ $564.50 COLT, TODD .......................... $54,103.03 COON, CRYSTAL .................... $8,904.01 COON, EDITH ......................... $7,627.22 CORREIA, MARGARET ......... $8,330.35 DENOUDEN, DEBORAH ..... $10,834.24 DIETRICH, CHARLES ............ $6,054.85 DIRKS, ROBIN ...................... $42,059.30 DrITMAN, MELISSA ........... $31,441.76 DOBNEY, BEVERLY ............... $6,411.60 DRECKMAN, TEENA ................ $560.00 I1 EASTON, GLENDA ............... $22,325.76 EDEN, JOANN....; ....................... $310.17 ERICSON, CHAD .................... $1,280.00 ERICSON, PATH ........................ $375.90 EWINGER, KYLE ................. $26,604.40 FARA, JACK .............. ,..... ....... $5,722.60 FISHER, RICHARD ................. $3,532.00 FLEWWELLIN, LINDSEY ... $15,041.22 FLYNN, RON ......................... $82,000.00 FLYNN, VICKI ............................ $520.00 FRERICHS, CHARLENE ........ $7,555.85 FRERICHS, ROBERT ................... $70.77 FRERICHS, SHARON ............. $9,762.35 FRERICHS, TERESA. ............. $42,766.77 FRISCH, EDNA..: ............... ..... $4,580.11 FRISCH, LAUREN ................ $11,337.96 FRYE, JENNIFER ........ . ......... $14,512.58 GALE, DELORES .................... $7,314.83 GARRETF, AUBRA ............... $32,873.67 GREEN, CARLA .................... $36,076.16 GRIMM, DUANE ................... $37,511.70 GROON, BRENDA ...................... $871.43 GROON, LACY ........................... $211.20 HARRIS, JANICE ....................... $180.00 HARRIS, JON ........................... $2,956.00 HARRIS, LELAND ................... :. $909.65 HARRIS, LISA ....................... $40,909.85 HARVEY, CHRISTINE .......... $41,168.13 HEDLUND, DEBRA .............. $39,255.92 HEEREN, PATTY .......... . ........ $16,877.27 HILLRICHS, GARY ............... $29,743.53 HILLRICHS, HEATHER .............. $72.03 HODNEFIELD, CHARLENE. $7,289.44 HOFFMAN, SHAWN ............. $47,102.20 HOPE, BRENDA .................... $17,077.25 HORN, ANGELA ..................... $2,553.60 HUBER, JULIA ........................ $9,016.10 HUSMANN, DAVID ................ $7,794.29 JOHNSON, BARBARA ......... $10,066.00 JOHNSON, GORDY ................ $2,111.01 JOHNSON, KENT .................. $51,294,84 JOHNSON, LYNN .................... $1,243.87 JOHNSON, SCOTT .......... ;..... $48,876.52 KARR, KAREN ........................ $8,920.54 KELLEY, BRIAN ........................ $725.04 KESSENICH, JOAN ................... $400.00 KLEMME, MARY LOU .......... $3,161.96 KNLrFI-I, ROBERT ................... $5,636.55 KNUTH, RUTH ...................... $25,793.55 KOETHE, CATHY ................... $6,904.10 KOETHE, TERRY .................... $1,210.00 KOTS, BERNARD ................. $10,733.16 KRAUSE, MARLENE ............. $5,740.00 KROKSH, RANDY ................ $36,369.52 KUTZ, HOLLY ............................ $320.80 LAMMERS, FRANCES .............. $622.72 LARSON, LAURIE...L .................. $60.00 LAWRENSEN, ELAINE ........ $14,438.24 LORENSEN, TINA ................ $13,218.83 MAHANEY, DONNA ............ $14,808.11 MARTINSEN, DAWN ........... $33,463.09 MCPHERSON, ALISON., ........ $4,237.03 MEERD1NK, KI/Vl .................. $42,021.50 MICHALSKY, BRUCE .......... $12,927.57 MILLER, FELICIA. .................. $7,614.29 MILLER, SANDRA ............... $54,322.11 MILLER, TAMARA ............... $14,118.62 MOFFATT, REBEKA .................... $40.00 MUELLER, JUNE .................... $5,900.00 NIELSEN, LINDA .................. $48,082.28 NUZUM, TRACY ................... $38,127.08 OLSON, HYLA ........................ $2,240.00 He p Wanted - Laundry Sul)ervisor Morningside Care Center & Therapy Services Is seeking a Laundry Supervisor Full time position Monday - Friday in which a qualified individual is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the Laundry Department. Excellent Benefit Package Vacation Pay AFLAC Insurance Benefits toward Health Insurance Retirement Plan Insurance and Med Flex Programs Extended Sick Leave Competitive Wages Please call Desiree Duncan for Additional information or apply in person during business hours M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 101 Church St. Aleester, SD 57001 (605) 934-2011 i .... McLaughlin Laundry, Ce 1 :, Laundry Mat 9.m.-9 pan. , 1Laundry Center Monday Friday ,9;aam,,+5 Drop off dry-cleaning Wednesday & pick up: following Wednes Drop off your laundry for professional washdry-fold + Steam Wrinkle Free Ining Professional Carpet Cleaning Professional HousekeePing-Janitorial .Weekly, monthly or one time only :' +:.;:,:::i::,,Y:)i,:i .... For information call 712- 75,+ ' "'. ............ :':'L'Y''.Y" ':'":?W:'.T//:'L?',: +" ................. )";" ........................................................ ,+++,,>x\>+.,. .. OLTROGGE, NANCY ............. $1,236.55 PALMER, CAROL ........... ,.... $41,862.49 PARKIbrSON, CRAIG ............ $61,876.07 PETERSEN, PAMELA ........... $16,923.24 PETRONIS-LUDWlGS, JULIE ............................................ $23,490.76 PHILIPS, VALORIE ............... $49,135.50 PHILIPS, WANDA ...................... $160.00 PLUEGER, JEANETTE ......... $10,191.21 RICHEY, JODI ........................ $24,711.72 ROLFES, AMY ......................... $7,765.00 ROSS, JAMES .......................... $2,534.18 SCHROEDER, JILL ............... $45,102.01 SCHROEDER, LINDA. .......... $42,934.02 SCHUKNECHT, RYAN ......... $36,206.32 SERCK, KATHY .................. .. $34,601.44 SIGATY, ANTHONY... .............. $264.18 SMALL, EDITH ..................... $21,227.61 SMALL, SELMA ...................... $2,668.65 STABE, BRIDGET ................. $28,292.08 STOWE, KAMMY ........................ $60.00 STOWERS, GERRY ................. $8,288.83 STOWERS, VENICE ............... $9,732.8-t TAPPER MARYJANE .......... $36,575.65 TAYLOR, BONNIE ................ $ I 1,638.02 TENTINGER, MELANIE ........... $180.00 THOMPSON, JODI ................ $36,645.00 THOMPSON, VERNA ........... $25,000.00 TINDALL, DANIEL ................ $1,225.80 TINDALL, LEANN ................ $38,854.61 TINDALL, NANCY ............... $32,745.89 UTESCH, DANIEL ................ $51,477.77 UTESCH, DARLA ................... $9,729.17 VAN KLEY, AMANDA .......... $26,478.41 VAN KLEY, KURT ................. $25,703.41 VANOORT, MARK .................. $4,081.62 VINT, JAMES ........................... $8,304.20 VON HAGEL, PAMELA ....... $4 1,637.61 VONK, ERICA ...... : ............. ,. $36,438.62 WEILAND, KRISTA ............ .. $25,827.36 WESTERGARD, COLLEEN. $38,733.67 WILKEN, AMY ...................... $36,895.12 WILKEN, CLARICE .............. $19,233.13 WILKEN, TINA- ..................... $35,737.97 W1LMOT, DWAIN ................. $52,703.06 WlLMOT, RON ........................ $2,440.00 WlNN, JERI .................... ............... $44.24 WlTT, ANNA ............................ $1,560.00 WOLTHUIZEN, JEFF .............. $1,210.00 WOLTHUIZEN, LISA ............ $42,031.73 ZINIEL, FRANCIS ...................... $400.00 ZORR, TIMOTHY .................. $35,695.69 Employees: .......................................... 159 Total: .................................. $3,129,972.32 Published in The Akron Hometwner August 1, 2007. Public Notice Your right to know Public Notice of Storm Water Discharge PUBLIC NOTICE OF STORM VfA- TER DISCHARGE Akron Riverview Corn Processors Ethanol Plant plans to submit a Notice of Intent to the Iowa Department of Ntural" Resources to be covered under the NPDES General Permit No. 2 - "Storm Water Dis- charge Associated with Industrial Activity for Construction Activities." The storm water discharge will be from site grading associated with an ethanol plant construc- tion located in Section 12, Township 92N, Range 49 West, Plymouth County, Iowa. Storm water will be discharged from three point sources and will be discharged to the following river: overland to the Missouri River. Comments may be submitted to the Storm Water Discharge Coordinator, IOWA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Environmental Protection Division, Henry A. Wallace Building, 502 East 9 m Street, Des Moines, IA 50319=0034. The public may review the Notice of Intent from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday tlough Friday, at the above address after it has been received by the department. Published in The Akron Hometowner August 1, 2007. Auction Consignment Machinery Saturday, August 18 :i! 6 miles East of Hinton on C-60 jb,Have buyers for all types of tractors, equipment, = collectible tractors, antique equipment, etc. lEarly Consignments published in 10 papers and the web site. Stabe Auction Co. Hinton, Iowa "12-947-4801 712-546-9640, cell: 712-540-964 I Where do you read your Akron Hometowner? Doris Mclnnis was reading her Akron Hometowner when the phone rang. When she went to answer the phone she laid the paper open in front of her chair. She heard a "rustle, rustle" and founG Mr. Tom reading The Akron Hometowner. There's not only "no wrong place to read The Akron Hometowner, but also "no wrong 'animal' either. There's no 00frong' place to read your Akron Hometowner. Just ask Mr Tom!