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"Ihe Adams County Record Wednesday, November 7, 2012 Page 19 FOR SALE All About Wood Come visit me at the Cambridge Craft Fair Nov 10th & 11th, 9 to 5. Also available by phone - (208)566-4974. For Sale Beautiful cream & mauve floral couch 2 years old $200. Maple China hutch $300. Dining table with 2 leaves & 4 chairs (solid maple) $300. Mersman end tables (2) 1960's? $75 / pair. Recliner - green $100. Phone 208 253- 4807, 208 741-1283. II Fabric Sale Nov. 12 thru 17 at Kaye York Gallery, 65 N. Superior, Cambridge. Come see all-new quality cottons. Also fleece, threads & quilting notions. All fabric by the yard an additional dollar off all week! Open M - Sat. 10-5. IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Accounting Manager/ Financial Analyst Activities Director Administrative Assistant Caregivers Cashier Serving Valley & Adams Counties (208) 634-71o2 Cashier/Sales Clerk Child Care Provider Deli Service Clerk Food Server/Prep Front Desk Agent Heating/Air Installer Homemaker Lead Housekeeper Propane Delivery Driver Registered Nurse Sheriff's Deputy Sheriff's Office Dispatch Truck Driver For a Complete Job Ust: - " laboLidaho,govliw 299 South 3rd St. McCall, IO 83638 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Elk Crossing Subdivision Lot prices reduced 20% through 2012. Now $36,000 to $52,000 hese lots are in a well designed development with underground utilities, gravel roads, CC&R's and an attractive gated entry. Easy access to state and national forest, located a few miles northwest of Council. Terms: 20% down - No interest for 1st year and all 1st year payments applied to principal 7 year term, 7% interest. Adams County Real Estate Fred Glemser-- Broker 208 253-4888 WWW.ADAMSCOU NTYREALESTATE. N ET [LOST/FOUND Lost Reward for finding my black leather gloves I lost Thursday Oct 31, in Council somewhere. 256-4433. I FOR RENT Available Soon 2 bedroom/1 bath farm house in the country $400 + S/D. Call Barbara Harvey for details - 253-4257 House 2 bedroom/1 bath for sale or rent to own in Cambridge - (209) 533-0329. Mobile Home 2 bedroom/1 bath, C/P, stove, ref, W/D hookups, elec. F/A heat, yard in town. $325.00 + S/D. Drive by 407 1/2 Whitely (faces Clarendon St.) then call 630-3608. I EMPLOYMENT I Deputy Clerk The City of Council is now excepting applications for Part- Time Deputy Clerk. Please request applications at City Hall, 501 N. Galena. Position will be open tmtil filled. For more information please contact City Hall @ 253-4201. House Mate I'm an elderly woman and need someone to live with me (for room and board) because it's not safe for me to live alone. I own my home in Council and am self-suf- ficient. Must be a Christian and non-smoker. Call Alma at (208) 253-4852. Crapo has been working round the clock in Idaho and Washington, D.C., with senators from both sides of the aisle, to dis- cuss possible solutions to address our burgeoning debt crisis and the fiscal cliff. Absent action, major tax hikes and sequestra- tion will go into effect in January, at the same time that many of the Obamacare tax hikes are also scheduled to hit the American people. Crapo to hold Tele-Townhall Meeting "This fiscal crisis tran- scends party politics:' Crapo said. "The majority of those in Congress rec- ognize that going over this cliff will have one of the most damaging economic impacts our country has ever faced. Without seri- ous action, the United States will be pushed into a very serious recession, if not depression, affecting every business, household and individual in America. And, these year-end fis- cal cliff problems are only a small part of our larger fiscal threat. Our national debt is more than $16 tril- lion. Important programs like Social Security and Medicare are on track to be insolvent within a gen- eration, absent structural reform. And our tax code could not be more bur- densome, complex, anti- growth and anti-competi- tive. To grow our economy and reduce our deficit, we must enact a comprehen- sive plan that stops fed- eral deficit spending and provide s the necessary tax and entitlement program reform to put our nation on a more competitive fis- cal path. Many Idahoans have asked me what will happen after the elec- tion if the fiscal cliff is not addressed, and I encour- age all who are interest- ed to participate in this tde-townhall event to ask questions and share their own thoughts:' To sign up for the iTownhall meeting, please visit Senator Crapo's web- site,, and click on the iTownhall icon. You will be directed to send an e-mail request ers are given an oppor- tunity to ask the Senator about topics regarding federal policies or legis- lation. Those who have signed up will receive an automated phone call just with your contact informa- before the tion. In order to ensure your participation, you need to sign up before Monday, November 12. To participate in the meeting, all you need is a telephone. Participation is voluntary, and listen- tele-townhall forum begins and will be instructed on how to par- ticipate. Following the call, an audio file (MP3)of the full call will be posted on the website. Council Bypass Continued from frontpage the mail: "Improvements were first discussed in 1998 when the Council Chamber of Commerce submitted a 'citzen report'to the City Council, recommending that an alternate route be con- sidered. The City Council gathered additional pub- lic input and provided the Idaho Transportation Department some ini- tial concepts. The trans- portation department added the U.S. 95 Council Alternate Route to its Statewide Transportation Improvement Program in 2000. Prdiminary devel- opment and the environ- mental evaluation began in earl, 2003. The project conceit was approved in 2004; however, the proj- ect wa; removed from the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program in 2006 due to budget con- straints. The project is now funded and moving for- ward. For additional back- ground information, please visit ITD's website at: www.' As can be seen in the photo, a new section of highway will begin just north of the golf course and end at Whiteley Avenue: Additional work will be done to the existing highway that is now Illinois Avenue and Michigan gutters; and rehabilitat- ing the existing pavement. Once the work is complet- ed, the existing roadway will be transferred to the City of Council. ed to be completed next year (2013). At that time, a public hearing will be held and then right-of- way acquisition will begin. Construction isplanned to start in late 2015 ,and be complete by the fall of 2016. Street. This will include Preliminary engineering new sidewalks, curbs and is underway and expect- :'.. e I I "-Oall0000, 00Irrigation IIVIUIN UIVIJ00IN 1 L,U I | 454-9532  ,=t,J r..) ! BOISE 343-0471