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The Adams County Record Adams County Commissioners Continued from front page sites without encouraging squatters in the Park. Several neighbors have formed a committee to adopt the park and work on improvements to the grounds and roadways. The Commissioners will post an updated Park Ordinance, and will then hold a public hearing prior to approving changes t o the use of Packer John Park. There was an extensive discussion with landowners adjoining the park as to whether they could acquire access from the Park road to their land in case they wanted to build houses on the land. The group offered to construct a replica of the original Packer John Cabin and to provide other improvements to the park in exchange for the access. Sheriff Rich Green reported that the State of Idaho is housing over 20 prisoners at the jail at this time. The fees for housing state prisoners make up a substantial part of the Department budget, and the increased census will allow the Sheriff's Department to end the year in the black. Sheriff Green suggested to the Commissioners that the prison budget be shown as a separate account from the Justice Fund Budget. That would allow the County to review prison expenses separately from purely law enforcement costs. Work starts next month of the 2013 budget, and the Sheriff wants to have the new system in place for next year's accounting. Road and Bridge Supervisor Tom Glenn was relieved to learn that the final agreements are ready for the right of way for Wilson Road above Goodrich' Creek Bridge so that the department can begin the bidding procedure for the new bridge across the creek. Laugh of the Week A complicated order A guest in a posh hotel comes down to break- fast and called over the head waiter and read from the menu "I'd like one under cooked egg so that it's running, and one over cooked egg that it's tough and hard to eat. I'd also like grilled bacon which is a bit on the cold side, burnt toast, butter straight from the freezer so that it's impos- sible to spread, and a pot of very weak, lukewarm coffee" that's a compli- cated order sir, said the bewildered waiter. "It might be quite difficult" The guest replied sarcas- tically, "It cant be that difficult because that's exactly what you brought me yesterday!" Wednesday,, May 30, 2012 Bike Rodeo Continued from page i kind of musical chairs will be awarded, based on event in which the first to total event points, for 1st find the potato in a pile place ($100), 2nd ($75)and of hay is the winner. The 3rd ($50). "Keg Push," a race in which Registration for the Biker a beer keg is pushed with Rodeo begins at noon. The the front wheel of a bike. fun starts at 1:00 PM and The "Blindfolded Obstacle goes until about 3:00 or Course;' in which the 4:00PM. "driver" of a wheelbarrow The Biker Rodeo is is blind and the passenger a fundraiser for the gives directions. This Wounded Warrior is only a partial list of program and all proceeds comical cacophony of will go to the Idaho calamity. Overall prizes Veteran's Home. Buy a raffle ticket for the several prizes donated by area merchants, or bid on a silent auction item. BBQ and Band After the Rodeo winds down, about 4:00 PM, a BBQ dinner will be served at the Peace Park, along with live music provided by "Podunk," a Weiser band that plays of variety of country, rock and more. The American Legion is asking for a donation for Page 13 the meal. And the fun doesnt end there. The next morning (Sunday), from 8:00 AM until 11:00, the American Legion Auxiliary will be serving a delicious breakfast at the Peace Park. All these activities are in the best tradition of small town life and neighbor helping neighbor. So please come out if you can- for a good time and a good cause. UP TO ALL SMARTPHO N Motorola Milestone X2 TM s39o9 Sl after $30 mail-in rebate NO RE! 2-yr plan with data required 99 data required Like us on Facebook e.ttteF wireless aite¢:qreess corn store;ocator Limit one t-shirt per customer while supplies last• 0ely at participating AIItel locations• SUBJECT TO ALLTEL TERMS AND CONDITIONS; SEE STORE OR ALLTELWIRELES&COM Activation and phone-appropriate plan on the AIItel network required• 0nly at participating AIItel locations• If supplies of featured phones sell out we may substitute phones but are not required to do so. Federal state & local taxes & charges apply. 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