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Page 18 WednesdaMay 16, 2012 New Meadows City Council Continued from front page The Adams County Record unit in the Business Park. They also accepted a bid of $1,400.00 per unit for some new heaters at the Business Park. The Council liked that the A-1 HVAC bid included a one-year warranty on the equipment and the labor. Even though New Meadows has had to pay for flood damage earlier this year, the COuncil felt that it was necessary to I contract for dust abate- ment this year. Councilman Priddy said that without some dust control in the city it is Impossible to breathe during the middle of the summer due to the amount of dirt in the air. It has been a long time coming, but IUB Engineering finally present- ed five options for dealing with an expansion of the city sewer treatment plant. The most expensive plan, at an estimated $19.8 mil- lion, was quickly rejected in favor of Plan 4 which basically expands the treat- ment ponds to eliminate any runoff into the river. Plan 4 will not be imple- mented at any time in the near future, but could cost up to $400,000.00. The Plan would allow for rapid growth in the number of sewer connections within city limits, which the City Council did not see hap- pening for some years in the future. The Council spent a considerable amount of time discussing how to collect delinquent utility billings. Currently the City Clerk files liens on the delinquent accounts once a year in July. When the lien is filed, several additional fees are added to the delinquent balance, which increases the total amount due to the city. The Council stressed that all customers should pay their utility bills in a timely manner so the city has the funds to operate the sys- tem. The Animal Control Officer reported on only one animal comPlaint this last month involving a vis- iting Saint Bernard dog. The owners have left town and the dog went with them. The Control Officer is shopping for the items of equipment authorized by the Council two months ago. The Council voted to accept a $500.00 option fee from Cingular Wireless PCS so the process can begin toward constructing a cellular phone tower up to 150' tall in a corner of the Business Park. : 2 1 6 7 Beginner,Sudoku Web Users Can See Crossword Puzzle 7 2 8 Electrical Demand, 948 3 Wind Power Data 1 9 3 2 4 and click the "Wind Generation" link in the 4 8 9 top-right corner. , For more information, 3 6 1 contact: Brad Bowlin 208-388-2803 7 8 2 1 9 bbowlin@idahopower. r com ; 9 68 389 6 5 Answers to Last Weeks Word Search FROM IDAHO Pow.R Anyone with a Web browser can see a recent snapshot of the overall electrical demand across Idaho's system, along with the amount of wind power generated during that same period of time. 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