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Atchison Globe (Newspaper) - June 27, 2009, Atchison, Kansas Kicking off Page 4 Junior A's tangle with Page IB City makes budget cuts Dave Butler Commission ax falls in juggling act By PATTY MOORE It's a given that cost of living will increase for City of Atchison employees in 2010, but a cost of living pay increase will not be In community service and cultural development organizations will lose city Those were decisions made Thursday during a special Court fees take a hike By MARY Engaged couples are among those who might expect to tack an additional cost onto their wedding expenses in light of a hike in license A surcharge increase applied to standard Please see 5 Reno admits guilt in pot case By MARY A 47-year-old Atchison man unexpectedly entered a guilty plea Friday in district and admitted that he intended to sell pot in his Todd H. 708 Mound faces a maximum of 51 months in prison in light of a charge of possession of marijuana with intent to Sentencing for Mr. Reno is set for 9 a.m. July 24, in Atchison County District The factual basis of the case indicated that authorities from Atchison Police meeting at City Initial notice of the meeting was that city commissioners would act to place on second reading and finalize a change in issuance of Industrial Revenue Bonds for construction of the new Atchison That action was followed by general fund budget which resulted in some other final is no COLA raise for 2010," Fire Chief Mike McDermed acting city the city will absorb the employee health insurance cost He added that a 1-percent COLA raise would have amount ed to about while covering the insurance hike will be only around The actions are part of the to stave off a hefty budget the numbers aren't plugged in Chief McDermed said of the possible fund staff was asked Thursday to look at Municipal Equipment The community service and those we classify as quality of life are not going to be Dave Atchison mayor nn Reserve Fund and Capital Improvements Projects expenditures to see if any adjustments or delays might be possible in those Mayor Dave Butler confirmed that the shortfall loomed the he looking at around a and trying to adjust the budget community service and those we classify as quality of life are not going to be Elimination of these requests cut proposed expenditures by Those agencies affected fS Happy Hearts which Please see 5 Todd Reno Please see 5 PATTY Globe Tom Hailing checks a field of corn that's almost as high as an elephant's eye on his Hailing Farm southwest of Mr. Hailing said he was optimistic for a good and had no problem with the wet conditions that were not as welcome in some Northeast Kansas Solid harvest cropping up Rain a give and take situation By PATTY patty moor Barring any severe the 2009 harvest bodes well for northeast Kansas as corn and soybeans flourish in some areas from the heat and humidity that wilts man and But the story isn't all Some which were put in late due to a long succession of early spring suffered additional problems from late spring and early summer which drowned out young Those conditions prevailed in parts of Brown where two to three inches of rain fell accompanied by strong At Bunck Seed Farms near the outlook was wet conditions have hurt some which is Please see 5 Ingesting water is good in hot Indulging in it is even as Avery 6, proves as she does her little dance of the fantastic fountain on the Lewis & Clark keelboat replica at Independence Parents are Kyle and Angela PATTY MOORE Atchison Globo Trying to beat the heat By PATTY patty moor The mercury reached for the sky this past and while everyone was feeling the those who were working without benefit of mechanical conditioning hit sizzle Mother Nature's air conditioning was high and highly The muggy conditions were felt mainly by outdoor but one Atchison company was giving special attention to some indoor At Atchison by employees on the second floor were victims of an A/C and the atmosphere was pretty hot all the way working with a contractor to get the air condition ing up and a BIC spokesperson giving employees extra plenty of Gatorade and and close as we continue efforts to get the air back Atchison County road and bridge crews were laying a hot potato to handle even in milder and the mercury was topping out in the Thursday and Friday we haven't changed our work Matt if it gets up around 100, we'll find The number of days since Sunday that the heat index In Atchison topped 100 national weather service something cooler to do hi the make sure there's plenty of water for the tell them to just be and keep an eye on Atchison Public Works Department employees were dealing with heat and and Gary said precautions were in given heat and weather safety classes to make them Mr. Heer can wear loose-fitting and Please see 5 409 special board meeting 409 board members will convene in a special session at noon The action item on tap is an addendum to the plan for consolidation of Northeast Kansas News Technical College and Highland Community Board members will also hear an general fund report from Business Manager Suzanne as well as a school finance Following will be an executive session for the purposes of discussing personnel matters of which includes recommendations for employment and supplemental contracts for 2009-10. City pool free on the Fourth Lions Pool will be open on July 4, with no charge to The open swim is an effort by the city to allow area residents to the INSIDE Second Front 4 Community 8 Sports IB Church SB MAIN NUMBER 367-0583 0630660100026
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