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Page 18 Wednesday, September 12, 2012 q-he Adams County Record 2012FOIIDFOCUSg 2012FORDFI/SIONSIE 2013 SUBARU FORESllER 2.5X 2013 S QBARU LEGACY 2.5i Premium IlL MBP----I".165 MSRP ...... e'.468 REBATE ................................ -s3,000 Szm/gr .................................. 00$zaemr GENTRY DISCOUNT ........... -sl.500 GENTRY DISCOUNT .............. 1,450 #12F101 #12F09 SlG00qlBSALE PRICE  :" Isl00l SALE PRICE. ,W ZO 12 FORD F-! 50 XLT SUPER 2012 FOIID F-250 alEW CAB UUUm IIrW 4X4 ECOBOOST HtY$2721110* ,,. ean$2/81Me* - ,.A ....................................  ,.......elY w.___.. r t' FMCC BONUS CASH ........... -,000"* REBATE ................................ -s3,0 t13S14 MS, RP ....  lllll m TRADE IN ASSISTANCE......-'1,000" )IIPIJ," FMCC BONUS CASH ......... -1.000" GENTRY DISCOLINT ............... -sI,11 MSRP ................................ i.....s24,730 #12c.f170 . GENTRY DISCOUNT .......... -5,500 #12T067 GENTRY DISCOUNT ........... -sS,000 GENTRY DISCOUNT ............ -Sl,783 WE HAVE ADDED EXTRA INVENTORY & ALL UNITS ARE DEEPLY DISCOUNTED! Adams County Commissioners Continued from frontpage sizable fee for solid waste disposal, but that only gives the builder the right to use the Landfill. The State Environmental Agency forbids the County to dispose of any construction material by burning it, and all waste must be buried in the Landfill on a daily basis. Horton did point out that builders can burn their own construction waste at the building site with a proper burn permit. That leaves a situation where individuals can burn lumber and other waste, but the county is denied that same option at either the transfer site or the landfill site. Sheriff Rich Green underwent emer- gency surgery this past weekend and is not able to be in the office during his recovery. At the same time, LTnder Sheriff Richard Borger has also been away from the office suffering from an illness. Lt. Ryan Zolman reported that he was pleased that the first, phase of the Control Panel update has been com- pleted successfully. Clerk Sherry Ward warned that the Sheriff Department will have a shortage of cash operating funds at the end of this fiscal year, which is September 30. The Justice Fund has less than $40,000 available for the remaining fiscal year. The Commissioners signed a contract with Tim Folke, CPA, to conduct a special audit of the Sheriff's Department in the next two months. Clerk Ward stressed that no wrongdo- ing is suspected in the department, but a new Sheriff will be elected in November who will be taking over the department. Jailer Steve Ogden reported that twenty- one State of Idaho prisoners were housed at the jail this past week. After a thirty-minute public hearing held at 9:30 AM, the Commissioners approved two changes to the County Comprehensive Plan. Developers will now be encouraged to preserve agricul- tural lands within the county (Adams County doesn't have any land that would be designated at Prime Agricultural) and all lien-holders and owners of subdi- vided land will be required to agree to, the County subdivision ordinances at the time the subdivision is approved. The Commissioners authorized the Treasurer to add part-time staffers to re-enter tax data that was lost during a recent computer system malfunction. Finally the meeting was ad)ourned so the Commissioners and other Courthouse employees could attend a seminar spon- sored by ICRMP (the County's insur- er) on how to avoid sexual harassment claims. The surplus railcar failed to get any bids from the public and will be kept by the Road and Bridg e Department for other emergencies. The two fifty-foot steel beams were sold for $1,750 during the same bidding process. Jon Lang promoted Melvin and Allene Jenkins received word on September 5 that their grandson, Jo n Lang of Savannah, Georgia, has been promoted to CW2 (chief warrant officer 2 d class). Jon is the son of Lesa Gallup and Jon Lang (deceased). Jon was born in Council, Idaho on December 14, 1982. He is married and has 2 beautiful (handsome) sons.