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!; CHAMPIONS from last weekend's Couples Golf Tournament, are pictured above. First the championship division were Ed and Amanda O'Donnell. First flight: Joe and Kris flight: John and Teri Lehner; Third flight: Tom and Sue Cook; Fourth flight Terry and di ..... L Judy Gere; Fifth flight: Frank and Pat Jaeger; Sixth flight: Roger and Jean Skare; Seventh flight: John and Norma Westman and Eilhth 1light: Blair and Anne Johnson; Ninth flight: Bob and Nancy Wiffer. Winners are pictured by flight, wdh c ar,pionship winners at right. WINNERS of the Coulpes Golf Tournament are pictured above. Championship round sec- Were Cliff and Jane Mattson. First flight: Doug and Kathy Cressy; Second flight: Bernie Third flight: Jim and Joy Johnson; Fourth flight: Jerry and Bonita Johnson; Fifth flight: flight: Jack and Mary Weber; Seventh flight: Don and Sally DeJarlais; Eighth flight: 1) up and eligible time. COUncilmembers by the fee at has advanced now accepting fees and cart a 1.9 percent tll felt it is bene- at the Golf that the fee at this time. Arndt advised that he has where they i! the sale price D Credit cards. .Consensus was but will 1 to handle action was taken i also passed a res- a COntract with ,I Inc. for the in which will collect reporting the report on a / moved to he felt Ehlers and work project. and the. lmous vote. / Public reminded to EDA take down signs (Continued from Pago One) The Ortonville Police Department reminds residents of Ortonviile to remove their rummage sale signs once the sale is over. The Police Department has been receiving complaints regarding rum- mage sale and other signs that have been left standing, and tend to blow around the town during strong winds and thunderstorms. Police Officers will continue to allow people to place signs advertis- ing their sales, but remind everyone to be responsible and take the signs down after the sale. If this continues to be a problem, the Police Department will fine offenders for littering. flccide tm U Ian- Cottl at the meeting, and mentioned that the staff at Development Services is expe- rienced in many economic develop- ment areas, and know ways to get things done in the best and quickest way possible. Assistance with current and future EDA projects, as led by the local EDA Board. Additionally, staff from Development Services will visit local businesses to offer EDA assistance and create a tool kit for businesses, so that resources are readily available. Another service offered by the company is EDA planning and goal (00)Jeep Grand Cherokees Dave and Lynda Arithson and Ninth flight: Steve and Lynn Gunderson. The third and fourth flight winners, Jim and Joy Johnson, Jerry and Bonita Johnson are not pictured. Winners are pictured in flight order with championship flight winners at right. setting. According to Olson, they will help coordinate ongoing projects and facilitate new ones. Ortonville Mayor and EDA chair- man Dave Dinnel advised Olson that the EDA would consider joining forces with Development Services, however, they are also looking at all their options. The EDA is considering all options for finding someone to run daily EDA operations, following the resignation of EDA secretary Vicki Oakes. During discussion, a suggestion was made to research all other entities and re-advertise for the secretarial position. A comment was made during the meeting that Development Services would be an asset to Ortonville's EDA because they ate a group of profes- sionals who know what they are doing ment. Mayor Dinnel expressed concerns about the cost of hiring this company to work with the EDA. Because of a small operational budget, Dinnel felt that $50/hr, or $18,000 total cost is a large amount of money to be spending while facing budget cuts. After further discussion, a motion was made tot re-advertise for the part- time EDA secretary positkm.. , The when it comes to economic develop- motion was seconded and carried. Wide Quality New & Used Autos variety of cars, trucks and SUVs for you to choose from! Stop in for a test drive today! 13201 839-7197 or 839 2911 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 DLR #25623 TONY MOSEY , SALES get to i he', ? re00 s00ago.. ,i.[ The Next Stage" Sign up for Wells Fargo Checking and add direct deposit and we'll donate to local school districts. Open any Wells Fargo Consumer Checking account and add direct deposit and we'll donate S10 to local school districts,* Sign up for Online Bill Pay and after you make the first payment, we'll donate another $10. Add other products and services and we'll donate up to a total of $30 to help local schools reach their Next Stage. We'll help you get to your Next Stage, too. Because with Wells Fargo 24-hour telephone bankers and free access to online banking, it's easier than ever to organize your finances. Plus, you'll get perks like discounted loan rates. Talk to one of our knowledgeable bankers and see how, together, we can help local schools. not be combined wth any other offer Checking account must remain open through and receive at least one qualifying Direct Deposit by 121 2/2003 ro qualify. Bill pay must be established through wellsfargospecial.com, entel keywold %ch()is" ad one b!i usI t;e, fad 16 !0/I 2,2003 o dua!i!, i')on,cc n' w t, ia,d lo [he pbl school at which the account *s maintained is located, or if the account is not assigned to a slcciflc Wells Fargo office, to a public school disttic[ at the bank's discretion Donations will be made ,n the name of the local Wells Fargo Bank, and customers may riot claim any portion it a ch; table dedu.tio, fo[ tax prp ses 5,ee bar;ef fol detads d Members fDI( INDEPENDENT Page 3 !; CHAMPIONS from last weekend's Couples Golf Tournament, are pictured above. First the championship division were Ed and Amanda O'Donnell. First flight: Joe and Kris flight: John and Teri Lehner; Third flight: Tom and Sue Cook; Fourth flight Terry and di ..... L Judy Gere; Fifth flight: Frank and Pat Jaeger; Sixth flight: Roger and Jean Skare; Seventh flight: John and Norma Westman and Eilhth 1light: Blair and Anne Johnson; Ninth flight: Bob and Nancy Wiffer. Winners are pictured by flight, wdh c ar,pionship winners at right. WINNERS of the Coulpes Golf Tournament are pictured above. Championship round sec- Were Cliff and Jane Mattson. First flight: Doug and Kathy Cressy; Second flight: Bernie Third flight: Jim and Joy Johnson; Fourth flight: Jerry and Bonita Johnson; Fifth flight: flight: Jack and Mary Weber; Seventh flight: Don and Sally DeJarlais; Eighth flight: 1) up and eligible time. COUncilmembers by the fee at has advanced now accepting fees and cart a 1.9 percent tll felt it is bene- at the Golf that the fee at this time. Arndt advised that he has where they i! the sale price D Credit cards. .Consensus was but will 1 to handle action was taken i also passed a res- a COntract with ,I Inc. for the in which will collect reporting the report on a / moved to he felt Ehlers and work project. and the. lmous vote. / Public reminded to EDA take down signs (Continued from Pago One) The Ortonville Police Department reminds residents of Ortonviile to remove their rummage sale signs once the sale is over. The Police Department has been receiving complaints regarding rum- mage sale and other signs that have been left standing, and tend to blow around the town during strong winds and thunderstorms. Police Officers will continue to allow people to place signs advertis- ing their sales, but remind everyone to be responsible and take the signs down after the sale. If this continues to be a problem, the Police Department will fine offenders for littering. flccide tm U Ian- Cottl at the meeting, and mentioned that the staff at Development Services is expe- rienced in many economic develop- ment areas, and know ways to get things done in the best and quickest way possible. Assistance with current and future EDA projects, as led by the local EDA Board. Additionally, staff from Development Services will visit local businesses to offer EDA assistance and create a tool kit for businesses, so that resources are readily available. Another service offered by the company is EDA planning and goal (00)Jeep Grand Cherokees Dave and Lynda Arithson and Ninth flight: Steve and Lynn Gunderson. The third and fourth flight winners, Jim and Joy Johnson, Jerry and Bonita Johnson are not pictured. Winners are pictured in flight order with championship flight winners at right. setting. According to Olson, they will help coordinate ongoing projects and facilitate new ones. Ortonville Mayor and EDA chair- man Dave Dinnel advised Olson that the EDA would consider joining forces with Development Services, however, they are also looking at all their options. The EDA is considering all options for finding someone to run daily EDA operations, following the resignation of EDA secretary Vicki Oakes. During discussion, a suggestion was made to research all other entities and re-advertise for the secretarial position. A comment was made during the meeting that Development Services would be an asset to Ortonville's EDA because they ate a group of profes- sionals who know what they are doing ment. Mayor Dinnel expressed concerns about the cost of hiring this company to work with the EDA. Because of a small operational budget, Dinnel felt that $50/hr, or $18,000 total cost is a large amount of money to be spending while facing budget cuts. After further discussion, a motion was made tot re-advertise for the part- time EDA secretary positkm.. , The when it comes to economic develop- motion was seconded and carried. Wide Quality New & Used Autos variety of cars, trucks and SUVs for you to choose from! Stop in for a test drive today! 13201 839-7197 or 839 2911 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 DLR #25623 TONY MOSEY , SALES get to i he', ? re00 s00ago.. ,i.[ The Next Stage" Sign up for Wells Fargo Checking and add direct deposit and we'll donate to local school districts. Open any Wells Fargo Consumer Checking account and add direct deposit and we'll donate S10 to local school districts,* Sign up for Online Bill Pay and after you make the first payment, we'll donate another $10. Add other products and services and we'll donate up to a total of $30 to help local schools reach their Next Stage. We'll help you get to your Next Stage, too. Because with Wells Fargo 24-hour telephone bankers and free access to online banking, it's easier than ever to organize your finances. Plus, you'll get perks like discounted loan rates. Talk to one of our knowledgeable bankers and see how, together, we can help local schools. not be combined wth any other offer Checking account must remain open through and receive at least one qualifying Direct Deposit by 121 2/2003 ro qualify. Bill pay must be established through wellsfargospecial.com, entel keywold %ch()is" ad one b!i usI t;e, fad 16 !0/I 2,2003 o dua!i!, i')on,cc n' w t, ia,d lo [he pbl school at which the account *s maintained is located, or if the account is not assigned to a slcciflc Wells Fargo office, to a public school disttic[ at the bank's discretion Donations will be made ,n the name of the local Wells Fargo Bank, and customers may riot claim any portion it a ch; table dedu.tio, fo[ tax prp ses 5,ee bar;ef fol detads d Members fDI( INDEPENDENT Page 3