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The Adams County Record Tuesday, November 20, 2012 Page 15 I FOR SALE All About Wood Open every Friday & Saturday until Christmas - 106 Michigan - (208) 566-4974. For Sale Beautiful cream & mau floral couch 2 years old $200. Maple China hutch $30C Dining table with 2 leaves & 4 chairs (solid maple) $330. Mersman end tables (2) 1960%? $75 / pair. Recliner - green $100. Phone 208 253-4807, (208) 741-1283. Christmas Trees Fresh cut trees available early December - 2302 Orchard Rd. & Hwy 95 - 253-4250. Council Christmas Craft Fair Sat, 12/01 - 9 AM - 4 PM - Council Elementary School. Bring non-perishable donation for Loaves & Fishes and receive discount coupon. Lions Club hosting Cookie Contest. ACHC hosting quilt raffle. Don't leave town! Parade at 5 PM. For more info, call Fran at 208-566-4590. I II AL ESTATE II EMPLOYMENT I Deputy Clerk FOR SALE North of Hoover Lane in the beautiful Council Valley 35.40 +/- Acres Good agricultural land with water fights. Joins Weiser River Trail. $80,000 Adams County Real Estate Fred Glemser-- Broker 208 253-4888 WWW.ADAM SCOU NTY REALESTATE. NET I FOR RENT Country Home Beautiful quiet country home outside of town. 3 bed- room/1 bath on 5 acres w/fruit trees. Large shop and pond, Artisian well. $680 per month + deposit. (650) 288-7993 or (650) 726-4119. Thanksgiving Comes to us out of the prehistoric dimness, universal to all ages and all faiths. At whatever straws we must grasp, there is always a time for gratitude and new beginnings. --J. Robert Moskin 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 until filled. For more information please contact City Hall @ 253-4201. IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Serving Valley & Adams Counties Accounting Manager/ Financial Analyst Administrative Assistant Caregiver Child Care Provider Court Clerk Equipment Operator Food Server/Prep Groundskeeper Homemaker IT Support Technician Lead Housekeeper Nurse RN/LPN Retail Salesperson Sheriff's Deputy Sheriff's Office Dispatch Site Administrator Ski Technician (208) 634-71o2 For a Complete Job List: 299 South 3rd St. * McCall, ID * 83638 WANTED I House Mate I'm an elderly woman and need someone to live with me (for room and board plus wage) because it's not safe for me to live alone. I own my home in Council and am self-sufficient. Must be a Christian and non-smoker. Call Alma at (208) 253-4852. Council City Council Continued from front page Highway 95 bypass plan. The part of Illinois Avenue downtown is already showing some wear, so the surface will be touched up when ITD rebuilds Michigan Street and the remainder of Illinois Avenue before turning those stretches over to the city. Locations and widths of sidewalks have been planned, but there are still a few details to work out, including rights of way for the project. Christiansen pointed out that one item in the brochure that was mailed to people in the area was obviously wrong: the new section of highway that skirts Council will be one lane each direction, not two each direction. The wetland mitigation plan that ITD had in mind for Grossen Creek is not going to work out, water drainage is a major Exeter Street. Obviously made of massive logs, in issue with this project, direct access to Exeter will keeping with the town's Christiansen said wetland have to be closed while timber industry legacy. "banking" is the preferred construction is occurring Engineer Doug Argo method of dealing with right there. If all parties proposed applying for an wetland mitigation these can agree to a plar/, one $80,000 to $90,000 grant days. But there is no alternative might be to to improve California wetland mitigation bank detour traffic through the Avenue between Galena in the Weiser River Valley. golf course subdivision for a and Fairfield Streets Christiansen said, "The short time. (north of the Post Office Corp of Engineers will Barb Dixon asked the and the Community probably allow banking council about the possibility Church). The application within the larger basin, of creating an attractive is due December 3. The and there is potential entrance to Council at the council approved the grant that a wetland bank will east end of Illinois Avenue application. be established within the Where it will intersect The council approved Weiser River drainage by the highway bypass. The a liquor license for Shy the time the project is built." council thought it was a Simon's Pizza. ITD is planning a good idea. The Chamber Dale Fisk told the meeting for publi c input of Commerce has just council about a $2,126 once they have the details applied for an economic grant the museum has of their proposal completed, improvement grant that received from the Idaho So far, it looks like the includes an attractive town State Historical Society to meeting could happen entrance. One of the ideas secure the downstairs part sometime in February. for the entrance is some of the museum and create One of the issues that will kind of sign or structure an exhibit space there for need public input is how (maybe even an archway) large items. The money to handle construction of must be matched dollar for dollar, although "in kind" contributions of time/ work will also count. The big plywood sliding doors over the downstairs bays are falling apart and are basically non-functional, plus the gaps around them let bird and rodents in. The sliding doors will be replaced by framed walls with a new overhead door and a double walk-in doorway. For now, the fire department will use the east bay, which has an overhead door, for storage and truck parking. The new exhibit area will display big mining equipment and other items that are too large to exhibit in the main museum. The remaining part of the downstairs will be cleaned up and refitted for artifact storage. The council approved the project. a module for the new accounting software that will enable service/work orders to be produced and track expense records related to them. This was an unforeseen requirement that was not included in the initial software purchase. The council approved spending $875 for the module, its installation and training for Tami on how to use it. A discussion of compensation for city employees, covering work hours, sick days, vacation days, comp time, overtime and the definition of each, made for a long and confusing session, but the council and employees present finally came to a consensus. The meeting ended with an executive session. and an alternative will a new intersection where Clerk Tami Testa needs have to be found. Storm the bypass will cross ...... : I Cattle s I I Butcher Cattle Sale : IMONUMENT COl I0:00 AM I i'( V]]  fA]]  " [ Pigs, shecp, andgoats ! e---""-'-"" CALDWELL    , [ I 454-9532  "'" 1901 K Chicago, Cal , ', _ _ AL.. BOISE  a "1 | 208-459-7475 Toll Fh' 1-800-788-4429 : -- 343-0471