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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - October 28, 1994, Winslow, Arizona Team Plays In State Tourney Tum To Page 8 SORT Cline Box 6022 86011 USPS 686-960 Class Postage Paid at Ariz. 86047 on Wednesdays and 1894 Volume 101 Number 74 3 Sections 1 Copy 35 Opts For New Lawyer In Water Manny has a different lawyer at its helm in the most important lawsuit in its the Little Colorado River water rights adjudication to determine who has first right to how much night the city council voted 5-0 to hire David Brown of Brown and Brown of and St. Johns to replace attorneys from the firm with which Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt was formerly decision came after approximately 41/2 hours Monday and Tuesday night in executive session after lawyer Brown repeatedly in brief public remarks the first that the topic should not in detail in public because it was too Administrator Don said Wednesday morning that City Attorney Dale Patton was assigned by the council to negotiate fees with told the audience on Monday night that in the water rights case his firm one way or seven of the nine cities in Apache and Navajo the addition of Winslow to his only Holbrook has another lawyer in the attorney told the council that Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Stanley Goodfarb has had his second decision on where to draw the line between TODAY'S School Board Candidates Give Turn To Page 5 surface water accepted for review by the Arizona Supreme This is in the Gila River adjudication that covers about two-thirds of the virtually all of Arizona that is not within the boundaries of the Little Colorado River's But he did not explain the Phoenix are a lot of ramifications that need to be discussed in executive he advised the of the four main aspects of the Brown was the work of a special settlement committee that had been appointed by Greenlee County Superior Court Judge Allen who is hearing the huge case in Apache said the committee has met between two and five limes a month for the past seven months to seek a solution that would keep the case from going to He added that the deadline is fast but did not state a specific third major factor is the federal government's claim to On Page 12 Is Set At For Winslow Shoot Out Terri suspect involved in Sunday's shoot out with a Department of Public Safety officer in downtown Winslow has been correctly identified as 28 year old Herbert Raymond also known as Raymond Thomas He is originally from Nebraska and lives in the Phoenix was shot three twice in the left chest and once in the right by Officer Mike Wischmann after Crown fled from a routine traffic stop on State Route 87. pursued Crown ran two red lights and proceeded in the wrong direction on a one-way street through downtown Crown also began firing at the officer while traveling at an estimated 60 mph in a 25 mph zone with a sawed-off 12 gauge shotgun and a losing control of his vehicle and coming to rest in the front yard of a home in the 1300 block of Second Crown and Wischmann exchanged Wischmann was not although his patrol car was hit several to Lt. Larry Baldwin of the Winslow Police wounds were not as serious as previously and he was scheduled to be released from Flagstaff Memorial Hospital on After being Crown will be held in the Navajo County Jail in Holbrook on a He faces charges of of attempted aggravated assault and flight from a law enforcement said the police department is investigating the reason for Crown's which could be the result of minor traffic such as no driver's or carrying an illegal Is Placed On Weapons In Navajo County Beth the protection of its the Navajo County Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance Monday that makes it illegal for anyone to possess or carry weapons in any county ordinance would prohibit the carrying of knives and guns in county buildings during normal work and would make it unlawful for county employees .to carry weapons in county policy introduced by the Human Resources Department was found not to be strong enough as far as its effect on the as county officials said they felt it only applied to county not the assistant county explained that the increase in violence in the workplace throughout the country prompted the noting that the simple fact that an employee may carry guns to the workplace could endanger the health of other think you're on the right but my biggest concern is that this is a personnel annoyed wife to her you say we've been married 24 years instead of almost a quarter of a be an ordinance that takes care of the employees and the public who come into the The public is not affected by a personnel said Sheriff Gary an employee of the assessor's said he felt simply having signs up would not stop someone from going into the office with a gun if they wanted He indicated that he felt the ordinance was being put into place to keep the county from being sued in case an incident happened involving weapons within the county sign is not going to stop a All it's going to do is don't shoot our Putting up a sign is not the right path to Putting up a sign will hopefully stop the county from being said who offered his full support to the indicated that his on had to disarm people in court hearings who went after the judge with But he also stated that National Weather Service forecast calls for dry and cooler conditions today 28). The high temperatures are expected to be in the and the lows in the upper 30s. The forecast for Saturday and Sunday calls for mostly sunny skies with light The high temperatures are expected to be in the and the lows in the 40s. that some have been other action on the the back tax land auction date for Dec. 5, at 2 bids for grader The bids were turned over to the county engineer's office for review and a bid for soil testing services at the Winslow county complex to SCS Engineers for as recommended by the county the county treasurer to invest and reinvest district funds for the Snowflake Unified School District for fiscal year 1994-95. a contract with the Northern Arizona Council of Governments for Head Start health services beginning July 1 and continuing through June 30. the Public Works Department permission to request a proposal from a financial consultant to obtain federal funding for phase I of the Lake Mogollon spider in its cobweb and a friendly ghost are just some of the decorations for Halloween put up by Winslow can see this behind a wall lined with at 501 Kinsley by Sam Holds Two Meetings To Handle An Overflowing Manny members of the Winslow City Council met for more than six hours in two meetings held Monday and Tuesday total of 28 matters were voted upon in the two along with Vice Mayor Terry Nagle and Councilmen Curtis Arnold Dan Simmons and Tommy Thompson receiving two staff as well as comments from the public and the council up most of the was an executive session on the Little Colorado River water rights suit and the switching of That issue consumed approximately four hours during the two related the regular meeting Tuesday all items were approved which was tabled a staff member was not to answer Tuesday the the issuing of 47 checks totaling from Oct. II to 18. Payroll checks are not part of the financial reports showing that since the fiscal year began July was withdrawn and deposited in investments accounts to balance the operating checking and that the checking account was overdrawn on June 30, with a balance on Sept. 30 of On Sept. 30, the cash position also showed in the accounts among the 11 a report from City Don McDaniel that proposals will be received until Nov. 22 for consolidating long distance telephone with the contract to be awarded on Dec. 13. quarterly subsidies to the Winslow Humane Winslow Council on Aging Senior and Winslow Historical Society Trails totaling Arizona Department of Transportation District Engineer Jeff Swann say that bids will be opened Nov. 4, for On Page 12 Terri Byers The governing board of the Winslow School District approved the water line encroachment permit and agreement between the district of at a special meeting casement was drawn up by County Attorney and City Attorney Dale Patton approved it for the city prior to its presentation to the school the city council's the easement will be submitted to the county is the result Board Okays Pact With City On Water on county you're doing is asking the honest people not The criminals are going to do it said was decided that the should read normal business hours after County Mei Bowers indicated some of his often work late hours district's recent construction at Jefferson Superintendent Gary Calhoun said the agreement meets city and district board also went into an executive session to discuss the assignment of No action was taken on items discussed in the executive next regular meeting of the school board is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Nov. 2, at the district located at 800 Apache
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