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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 22, 1990, Winslow, Arizona 247-160 Gass Postage Paid ai Ariz. 86047 on Wednesdays and 4 Sections 1 1894 Volume 96 Number 55 Winslow, August 22,1990 Copy 25 Sees Need For Long Term Shrine Club Train captured the Best Group Prize in the Navajo Parade held by JoLynn School Board Gives Nod To College's Bond Carole Marvin president Northland Pioneer met with the Winslow School District governing board on Aug 15 to present his views on the upcoming NPC bond issue and to seek the bond which is to be voted on Oct 9, is the culmination of three years work by a great many Dr. Vasher to incorporate into the plans of what people wanted as we We made many changes in the plans over the past three Thirteen years ago when we began it was an It's no longer an It We are to attract the best faculty and the best We must have facilities that are at least as adequate as the high schools the kids are coming These kids graduate with visions of ivy a bunch of trailers just doesn't quite cut the bond issue is approved by the voters of the Navajo County Community College District in a new community with an will grace the Winslow NPC An housing science a high tech photography drafting art and music classrooms and a child care center are included in the Site improvements and parking are also part of the construction and improvements planned for the Winslow campus will cost an estimated remainder of the bond issue monies would go to finance improvement projects at campuses in Show Holbrook and satellite the plans will include a 600 seat auditorium or a 1,000 seat one is still in but Aug. 15 the Winslow board to become part of the The college and the board will jointly seek grants or other funds to increase the seating capacity of the If the city joins the school board with its the auditorium plans will be upgraded to a 1,000 seat Vasher you believe in your if you care about quality vote for the bond issue Oct 9 the proposed bond issue is construction would start on all sites at the same cost to each taxpayer is According to Dr. owners of a typical home would pay about per year or per Ice Bunker Car Will Be Acquired By City For Winslow Railroad Carole Winslow City in a special meeting Aug. 16, voted to acquire a Santa Fe ice bunker refrigerator one of the few left in the United for the railroad The ice bunker car is currently owned by Bus Mead and will cost the city Santa Fe yard which was presented at the Aug. 7 city council meeting as a possible acquisition for the is no longer president of the Winslow Enrichment made a presentation to council thanking them for their cooperation in the clean-up campaign this related some concerns the association had regarding the enforcement of Ordinance 574, which refers to abandoned Bart city city is following all Some citizens have taken care of Others have Those have will be given second warnings and we will go to court if second area of concern of the association was the deterioration and/or abandonment of local Gallager said she understood that some of these signs had historical couldn't we get them Gomez stated that if the association would let him know the location of these signs and provide him with if he would be happy to enforce Ordinance 1202. association's final concern was the parking of trailers and campers along city causing poor visibility and hazardous driving chief of am not aware that this situation has been a problem and in any our officers have Charges Cholla Power Plant With Exceeding Emissions notice issued Aug. 6 by the Environmental Protection Agency charges that the Cholla Power owned by Arizona Public Service Co. and located near Joseph has violated federal emissions limits for sulfur dioxide for five officials have denied any but the EPA apparently based its allegations on a report submitted by the company in APS executive vice president for operations and told The Arizona Republic that about seven years plant workers apparently some packing material from one of the four generating The incident was not to state or at the tune because it was not deemed a regulatory change was discovered when workers were preparing to install improvements valued at million and was subsequently reported to the notice charged that the removal of the packing significantly increased sulfur dioxide emissions from the violations dispute appears to stem from the company's stand that emissions from two of the four units may be combined to determine compliance with air-pollution Officials of the agency say that when the equipment was APS was required to get a new Carole Winslow City Council met for more than seven hours on Aug. 18, in a brainstorming session centered on the city's Growth Management which was facilitated by Pat Schroeder of the State Department of Roger formerly of APS and now city manager for was also in attendance and lent his expertise to the council defined the role of the city Mayor Elzey primary responsibility of council is to act as a legislative body to guide the Councilman Lou added to this have a responsibility to our constituency to do long and short term planning and tie resources to our city percent of the time rational decisions coincide with social but in the event that they do we must do what is best for the was agreed that the council must have a long range plan that all agree arguing out the individual issues as they and going forward as one body in support of the decision that end several issues were brought up which needed Councilman Dan Simmons said he felt the council's mail was being by Frank In a particular case a constituent had written the council a about Simmons claimed ignorance and asked for a copy which placed on Freeman's Still the council did not hear of the In this case it was found that Freeman had simply turned the matter over to the staff to be Simmons maintained that this was not the only and even if this matter had been it made the council appear ignorant of issues that concerned the citizens if they didn't get feedback from the was agreed that all correspondence addressed to the council be included in their was further agreed that in order to facilitate better communication between the members of the council and the staff a newsletter be Freeman will get this started in the near second issue brought out was that of city staff Councilmen Carter Simmons and Terry Nagle said they had had complaints from city employees saying they had been told they would be fired if they attended council meetings or were even seen talking to a Freeman asked the names of those The declined to give that was decided that a letter would go out to all city employees regarding this issue and encouraging their participation at council the council discussed the goals set forward in the Management What has been What is still What needs to be changed or what needs to be done over the next The discussion kept in mind the existing meeting zeroed in on four major areas of Land transportation and economic regard to land the city is in the process of developing a 10 year plan to include needs for land parks and recreation and economic Contingent on this plan is preparation for an ordinance dealing with the Airport Park city is in discussion with A DOT to bring Second and Third up to after which the city will take over responsibility for those was agreed that preparing a six year capital improvement program for the city needed to have top outside of city limits was to be it was by extending water and sewer use availability to building sites in those Decisions as to where the lines will be laid will be on a case by case the heading it was agreed that affordable rental housing was Winslow's top need at the moment and that future industrial growth was contingent on Continued On Page 8 Charge Is Reduced To If the association would like to make the department aware of particular we will surely look into the city's acquisition of a display booth to facilitate the City of Winslow's participation in the Festival of Cities and Towns on Sept. 19 at the Sheraton El Conquistador in Oro Valley was It was decided by council that more proposals were needed before a decision could be other business the council approved a special events liquor license for the upcoming annual Best West on Sept. 28, 29 and 30; approved and adopted Ordinance 612, the property tax levy sufficient to raise the sum of to cover the city budget for fiscal year ending on June 30; awarded a bid for a 15 inch sewer line to Construction of Winslow for awarded a bid for a non-working 1961 Chevrolet pickup to the lone Rudy Continued On Page 8 Weather 13 Aug. 14 Aug. 15 Aug. 16 Aug. 17 Aug. 18 Aug. 19 The forecast from the National Weather Service is for continued sunny with very widely scattered thunder showers with breezy days and The high temperature will be in the upper 80's and the lows will be about 65. Weather Service reported that the Aug. 14 high temperature was a record low for this Winslow received of an inch of rain last Beth is difficult to imagine what was going on in the mind of each person who sat on the Navajo County Grand Jury last Thursday and Friday as they each listened to one man tell his side of the story about events that happened one evening in December 1988. earth did not begin to open nor did the stars rain to it came almost as a miracle when Raul Lopez was allowed to testify before the Grand Jury for the first his testimony did not persuade the Grand Jurors to dismiss the nor any of the charges against the one thing they did was spare Lopez from the possibility of the death penalty for degree of reinstating the first degree murder the Grand Jury chose to charge Lopez and a new count of possession of was for the fifth time on charges of unlawful attempted second degree three counts of attempted first degree murder and four counts of aggravated He was charged as an accessory in all of the charges were filed in connection with the shooting death of Navajo County Sheriffs Deputy Bob The alleged Douglas took his own life after being surrounded by more than 100 law enforcement officers at an isolated ranch cast of attorney Ron Wood explained that he thought testimony was good I it's extremely plausible that the Grand Jury believed what he had to Somebody on that Grand stated that he felt the testimony may have made the difference between Lopez getting the death penalty in the long time he was he did not testify and he was charged with degree This he was allowed to testify and he was indicted on a manslaughter which decreased the chances for getting the death penalty by a power of said carries a five to 15 year prison while first degree murder carries the death will be arraigned for the sixth time on Aug. 27. The defense counsel has filed another motion for a release hearing in order to modify the conditions of his release jury has been scheduled for Oct. 31, which will be heard in front of Greenlee County Superior Court Judge Allen the cooler thoughts of football begin to The Winslow Bulldogs are getting shaped up into an effective team with the help of their coaches to Charlie line Rick head Don offensive junior varsity not are Don varsity Shawn and Martin by Ada Juanita
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