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Page 16 Crossword Puzzle Wednesday, July 11, 2012 ] Adams County Commissioners Continued from front page The Adams County Record CLUES ACROSS 1.3rd VP Aaron 5. Not hard 9. Revolutions per minute 34. 24th state 12. Assoc. of Licensed Aircraft Engineers 13. Being of use or service 14. Macaws 15. 1960's college civil rights organization 16. Protection from extradition 17. Animal examiner 18. Japanese persimmon 19. Commands right 20. A stage of development 22. Irish, English & Gordon 24. Showing keen interest 25. Doyens 31. Making a sustained din 33. Poked from behind 35. Himalayan goat 36. Diver breathing gear 39. Groups of three 40. Not tightly 42. Regenerate 43. Strung necklace part 44. Breezed through 46. Imitate 47. Do-nothings 49. Unconsciousness 50. Golf score 51. Fertilizes 52. Used for baking or drying 53. Autonomic nervous system spring runoff. The res- ervoir is finally full, but Commissioner Holmes noted that there will probably be a water short- age later in the irrigation season. The Commissioners approved a funding request of $12,000 to be included in the 2013 bud- get for snowmobile trail Road to be a private road. The judge agreed that the road had been maintained by Council City for over ten years, but because no written contract existed between the County and the city, that fact did not allow the County to retain public right of way. The County will be reported that the Payette National Forest is request- ing bids on a large road construction project for the Council Mountain- Cottonwood Creek Forest Stewardship area. The proje& is expected to cost in excess of $600,000 and will involve construct- ing roads on Council out rapidly, and the fire danger level will be high for most of this season. Our local fire crews have been sent to other states to fight fires, but most of these crews should be returning to Adams County next week. Ranger Lesch also noted that no temporary xoads will contracting for a pav- Mountain to access timber be opened for firewood grooming. The grooming ing test strip near New sales. Timber sales will be gathering this year in is done jointly with Valley Meadows City this year. announced in Septemberthis region. The 105-day County and connects over By locating the strip at the of this year. Ranger Lesch review periods for these 50 miles of trails in the intersection of Highway gave the outlook for fires openings made it too late two counties. 55 and Walker Lane (byin the forest this season to allow any roads this The Commissioners C&M Lumber) it can be and noted that there is year. Firewood gather- reviewed the judge's deci- expanded to make that plenty of fuel to burners will have a somewhat sion, which ruled against intersection safer and less from our past wet winter smaller area available for Adams County in the mat- dusty for local patrons, season. Hot temperatures harvesting wood this year. ter of declaring Sawmill Ranger Greg Lesch will cause the forest to dry New Meadows City Council Continued from frontpage Budget, which was already A change in operations senior citizens part of the A Report on the Special strained by the extra bills will mean that the pres- week. The Council felt that New Meadows Council 26. Remain as is 54. Turner, Williams& 27.36 inches (abbr.) Kennedy caused by last Winter's ent Center will close on it will take more time to Meeting held June 19, 28. Told on 55. Hawaiian goose flooding. July 20. Center Director decide which direction to 2012, stated the wrong The City Council dis- Penny Dryer has raised the go on helping the seniors amounts for the pur- cussed possible solutions possibility of converting to retain their center,chase of a 34-acre parcel CLUES DOWN to the funding problemsthe building for use as a The Council approved located north of town that 1. Usuallyinthe sun 29. Atomic #18 incurred by the New Community Center while a 2013 City Budget of will eventually be used for 2. Arm bones 30. Microgadus fishes 3. Placed on a display stand 31. Blue jack salmon . Meadows Senior Center. continuing to serve local $237,500, which repre, waste water disposal. The 4.Repeat a poem aloud 32. Of I sents a 6.7% increase over property was purchased 5. Eyelid gland infections 33. Feet first somersault dives 6[ LAUcbeStagius viral disease 35' TC~ktul(emve bne frmBeginner Sudoku Thethe adjustednew budget2012 requiresBUdget" fOrcredit$80,000of $30,000with aatsellerthe 8. 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