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Norco Pony Express (Newspaper) - September 15, 1977, Norco, California 15, No. 37 September 15,1977 734-0210 Office 2429 Hamner CALI FORNIA A the horse's point of the invention of the wheel was a real It made pulling a lot Exactly when the wheel was invented is a controversy of little be a is evidence early chariot racing began nearly 9,000 years At the sanie there is data the belief that the wheel was invented only 5,000 years If the latter date is that would mean that for nearly 4,000 those poor horses were wheelless What a In any things seemed to come The Chinese developed horse which made it possible Tlie invented the which meant the horse now travel over any the Greeks invented the snaffle which had many driving vantages early control all these the mass business was It still is. driving classes are becoming more and more and there's no the hobby of of photo by Colleen group joins forces with local taxpayer organization has decided to change its of attacking local ment officials concerning property the Citizens for Tax Referendum - are launching a drive to initiate a i state constitutional amendment limiting growing taxes on real spokesperson for the coalition formed in mid-June to attempt to lower properly said Monday group has combined energies with statewide taxpayer ' organizations in an effort to property taxes to one per cent of market group has employed services of a Corona attorney tp research the recall points attention to Rabies a pint like a iW Pomeranian owned by Elaine any size needle look the one a horse wasn't really meant to scare the tiny first stagecoach was used in England in 163S, and in 1785, Jie first American stage line was established between New York and But 1850, this of thie St. to distance of 2,500 It cost to Tide the journey took 70 from point to Mass transit as was wanted to go when and where they wanted when they felt like and in the style that suited them sprang a new word has been shortened to and designed to display the owner's social sporting or for simple The basic carriage is the two-wheeled upon which the driver called the sits directly between the The cart is a Utility uncomfortable On level is the two- jogging or road ' are used for training wd exercising The governess is similar to jogging a little bit more This cart is used principally to amuse the and should be Superior vehicles are such as the Stanhope and These are considered quite sporty and can be driven tandem two one in front of the Tandem so l am is most and gigs are in the show At the bottom of the we have the buckboards and There are versions of the It might have a fixed a folding or no and it is normally a one-horse Phaetons have a lot more class than a and Mve folding tops and Usually they were but on had a seat for a They were light enough to be pulled by a single but if the driver wanted to show he'd use a matched pair of surrey is not considered a fancy carriage unless it - ' adorned with A the surrey had and was used for the brougham is to This was always driven by a coachman and only took its occupants to wd formal area dog will be from 1 to 4 at a fee a expire Sept. 30-according to Norco's chief animal Mickey ancl in order to obtain licenses proof of current rabies vaccination is October is a grace Kulich but a penalty of 50 per cent of licenses per dog is assessed on all unlicensed dogs after Oct. 31 and loo per cent March 30. licenses wUl be available at Saturday's clinic Another clinic is slated for 1 RICHARD a city's future development is no easy matter as the Norco Cily Council found out Monday where does one reoccurring question was rallied as consultants from Arthur Young and Company tried to get a handle on just what direction a growth study of the city is to It was the first growth plan meeting with the and Company has been hired to the growth study survey to determine the service level needed in Norco in relation to the city's ability to finance the needed members repeatedly told Mike Mount and Robert the consultants for the that areas such as water and sewerage had already been adequately addressed and mentioned the study should concern itself with street maintainance and and the issue of more recreational activities for the council's concern centered around having the citizens questioned as to what areas of services felt or Mayor Pro tem Taylor developers and large land owners be confronted by the survey to determine what their future intentions of land use future development of large portions of undeveloped in Norco so far has been a question mark to council members and the consultants were told should fall inside the realm of the scope of the ' Mount mentioned that a comparison of the service levels of other cities could serve a guideline for the initial groundwork of the Norco but the council questioned if city could be found with the characteristics of our community is different and that citizens may go heavy in areas such as street and traU said Councilman Richard mentioned that a of priorities had to be discussed because for a study to address all the areas the council wanted considered mean overshooting the for the budget of the Councilmen Richard and Norco Mayor Pro Tem Taylor have decided to a recall in Norco at according to the group has combined forces with the Taxpayers Congress the United Organization of Southbay County Taxpayers plus more than 12, other taxpayer organizations in an effort place on the ballot a proposal to limit 1978. stud the group is a petition which I 500,000 signatures to qualify for the a similar move in Riverside County last Grerae only about 50 signatures were De first to come into Norco Pony Express office last week and identify himself in one of the paper's Labor Day Parade beams as the Pony's district manager Elaine signs him up fbr a three free subscription tb the Pony The excited De said he wais a- new resident of Norco and was thrilled to win the One of his neighbors had seen his picture in paper and told him about the subscription Others winning subscriptions included Arlene Unda Russ Chatham and Dorothy Is a weekly Pony Express column written by on of Interest tetters should be double spaced If letters will leffers used If his name letters are to editing for brevity and The following letter was addressed to Mayor and City Council with a copy to Pony Express editor for publication in the Norco Now Norco I feel compelled to write this letter My indignation the City Government and a resident of Norco but a citizen actively participating in Community Affairs of Norco to this area more than farm and work sleighs just owning one- is to your self-image and social Horse-drawn wheels are fun - i A. Keeling of your Fire Department who undoubtedly has done more to a important function of City top long neglected by City Government arid your Captein Keeling has been an excellent which along with his wide apparently incensed Chief to the point where he was determined rid of possibly superior to appears obvious City to adopt the position of Status rather than a fair unbiased only personal connection with Chief Maxwell was more than two ago when I page added that the petitions are at Morris Realty and Annies Hairlines in of our city council members have shown their contempt of the intelligence of the taxpayer by their public There will be an election in March and it would be refreshing to see the people of Norco elect three new council members who will be more responsive to the Greene is not only our right to control our it is our petition to retain Tony Keeling as Norco fire marshal is being circulated door-to-door throughout the according to one of the was recently dismissed from his position and given 90 days in which to find other According city council members the decision culminates an ongoing personality conflict between keeling and Fire Chief Robert said that members of the petition who she said is approximately 20, are in disagreement that Keeling should be the alleged of the fire station by Chief 1 to Shupp the drive is also backed by businessmen throughout the community who have placed petitions in their individual businesses but wished to anonymous because of their with city officials in matters of said that Keeling is outstanding member of the community who has instilled ' a V professional attitude in the Norco fve of the petition have cut the city up in 20 different areas and will focus in talking with residents in these areas about issue of the fire signatures will then presented to City Mauk in an effort to persuade him changing mind Shupp
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