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Page 18 Wednesday, October 31, 2012 The Adams County Record Council City Council Continued from frontpage Fund if the grant request is approved. The project would promote Council by various means, includ- ing an information kiosk at the airport and publica- tion of a visitors' guide. A major part of the project would be raising Council's presence on the Internet through promotion of a web site (not necessar- ily a new one) that would serve as a the central information point for all things Council - empha- sizing the quality of life here, business opportuni- ties, recreation (hunting, fishing, hiking, etc.), and more. Wilson emphasized that the goal was not to change the basic nature of our area - not to turn it into another McCall - but to improve the econ- omy by creating more jobs. The council said they would help with the proj- ect, and arranged to write a letter of support for the grant application. A water leak has been discovered under the HUD house on Friendship Lane that the city will be auctioning on November 3. The council decided,it is too late to locate the exact site of the leak and fix it, and the house will be sold "as is" The city has received one sealed bid so far. LEGAL NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 The polling places are as follows: The Clty Hall in New Meadows for the New Meadows Precinct, the Courthouse in Council for the Council and North Council Precincts, and the Community Hall in Indian Valley for the Indian Valley Precinct. The polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of voting. All polling places are l{andicap-accessible, any questions, please call the Clerk's Office at 208-253-4561. SAMPLE BALLOT C ONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 2012 ADAMS COUNTY, IDAHO INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: SJ.R. 102 To vote on the following, mark a cross CA') in the square at the right of "Yes" or "'No". "Shall Section 5, Article X, of the Constitution of the YES [-7 State of Idaho be amended to provide that the state board L.---I of correction shall have the control, direction and management of adult felony probation and parole?" LNL9 [_._J LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL'S STATEMENT OF MEANING, PURPOSE AND RESULT TO BE ACCOMPLISHED Currently, Section 5, Article X, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho provides that the Board of Correction shall have the control, direction and management of adult probation and parole. The proposed amendment would insert the word "felony" before the word "probation" and would clarify that the Board of Correction's authority is limited to the supervision and management of felony offenders. Consequently, if the proposed constitutional amendment is adopted, the Board of Correction would not have the authority to supervise or manage misdemeanor probationers. Misdemeanor probationers would continue to be supervised by Idaho counties, as is permitted by law. H.J.R. 2aa "Shall Article I, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be amended by the addition of a New Section 23, to provide that the rights to hunt, fish and trap, including by the Use of Waditionai methods, are a valued part of the heritage of the State of Idaho and shall forever be preserved for the people and managed through the laws, rules and proclamations that preserve the future of hunting, fishing and trapping; to provide that public hunting, fishing and trapping of wildlife shall be a preferred means of managing wildlife; and to provide that the rights set forth do not create a right to trespass on private property, shall not affect rights to divert, appropriate and use water, or establish any minimum amount of water in any water body, shall not lead to a diminution of other private rights, and shall not prevent the suspension or revocation, pursuant to statute enacted by the Legislature, of an individual's hunting, fishing or trapping license?" LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL'S STATEMENT OF MEANING, PURPOSE AND RESULT TO BE ACCOMPLISHED This proposed amendment would provide that the rights to hunt, fish and trap are a valued part of Idaho's heritage and would preserve these rights for the people of Idaho and manage these rights through the laws of the state. This amendment specifies that hunting, fishing and trapping shall be a preferred means of managing wildlife. This amendment does not create a right to trespass or affect rights to divert or appropriate water. This amendment also will not prevent the suspension or revocation of licenses issued by the state for hunting, fishing or trapping, Published in the Adams County Record on October 31, 2012 ADDITIONAL SAMPLE BALLOTS APPEAR ON FOLLOWING PAGES The following cases Adams County Third District Court Dispositions were recently heard in Adams County Third District Court in Council, Idaho October 15th -- October 19th: Tina Terry, 34, Council, ID, Unauthorized Possession Jones, Glenn Donald, 62, Boise, ID, Turn required Zischke, Caela J, 20, Pullman, WA, Use or Possession of Prescription Blanks, 12 days in jail, $252 fine. Position and Method Turning, $90 fine. of Drug Paraphernalia with intent to use, 2 days in Norman, Dean, Pullman, WA, Exceeding Speed Limit Kurz, "l-homas Martin, 54, New Meadows, Driving jail, $200 fine. 1-15 MPH, $90 fine. under the Influence, 180 days in jail - 170 days Byrd, Timothy Dean, 44, Cour d'Alene, ID, Failure to Nemec, Christina A, 33, New Meadows, ID, suspended, 24 months Supervised Probation, purchase or Invalid Drivers License, $250 fine. Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 fine Driving License suspended for 180 days, Treatment Moore, Thomas Ivan, 21, New Meadows, ID, Salas, Casey, 20, New Meadows, ID, Exceeding Speed Program, $700 fine - Withheld. Inattentive or Careless Driving, $202 fine. Limit l-15MPH,$90fine. Kanyo, Travis, 20, North Plains, OR, Use or Tracy, Brad Forrest, 57, Nampa, ID, Road Closure Wilson, Gregory, 56, Council, ID, Disturbing the Possession of Drug Paraphernalia with intentRestriction Violation, $189 fine. Peace, $250 fine. to use, 2 days in jail, 2 months Unsupervised Myers, Calvin Ted, 62, Kuna, ID, Exceeding Speed Ekman, Brian Randall, 58, Donnelly, ID, Driving Probation, $400 fine - Withheld. Limit 1-15 MPH, $155 fine. under the Influence, 180 days in jail - 170 days Meckel, Clint Thomas, 37, McCall, ID, Driving Edmunson, John H IV, 50, Boise, ID, Failure to suspended, 24 months Unsupervised Probation, under the Influence, 180 days in jail- 176 days Register vehicle annually, $67 fine; Failure to Driving License suspended for 180 days, $1,253.00 suspended, 24 months Unsupervised Probation,Provide Proof of Insurance, $131.50 fine. fine. Drivers License suspended for 180 days, Treatment Hamilton, Jason Dale, 35, Lewiston, ID, Exceeding Muncey, Rusell Martell, 31, Council, ID, Use or Program, $700 fine. Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 fine. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia with Intent Story, Steven Alan, 52, Milton Freewater, OR, to use, 2 days in jail, 2 months UnsupervisedInattentive .or Careless driving, 1 month Dismissals: Probation, $400 Fine - Withheld. Unsupervised Proba.tion, $450 fine - Withheld. 4 Possession of Controlled.Substance Weeks, Christopher Loren, 41, Nampa, ID, Driving Gipson, Jordan J, 51, Ontario, OR, Exceeding Speed 1 Failure to reduce speed upon approaching a sta- under the Influence, 180 days in jail - 170 days Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 fine. tionary emergency/police vehicle suspended, 24 months Supervised Probation, Stallcup, Marcia Lynn, 62, Council, ID, Failure to 2 Consume or Possession of open alcoholic bever- Driving License suspended for 180 days, $1,250 purchase or Invalid Drivers License, $253 fine.age container by Driver fine." Sarco, Patricia Garapola, 51, Boise, ID, Use or 1 Exceedin Speed Limit 1-15 MPH Boyd, Tobia O, 21, Seattle, WA, Operating an Possession of Drug Paraphernalia with intent4 Failure to provide proof of lnsurance unsafe or Improperly equipped vehicle, $90 fine; to use, 2 days in jail, 2 months Unsupervised 1 Driving without privileges Driving on the wrong side of the highway, $90 fine; Probation, $250 fine - Withheld. 1 Unauthorized Possession of Prescription Blanks Exceeding Speed Limit 1-15 MPH, $90 fine.