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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 31, 2000, Hutchinson, Kansas From Pace One The Hutchinson News Hutchinson May 30 Hutchinson Hospital Dismissals 2G. James Roberta Karen Leonard Ruth Marjorie May 27. Vincent Hoyd Jennifer Thornton and baby William Kennedy May Sandra CIdoli Evelyn Long. May 29. Eva Garcia and baby Jo Corliss Usa Means baby Michelle Kirk and baby Carl Anthony Anthony Hospital Admissions May 28. Harry Bernard Dismissals May 23. May 25. Dorothy 29. Genevieve DeWitt Dodge City Western Plains Regional Hospital Births BOY - May 28. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Admissions May 28. Randy Mrs. Troy May 29. Laura Dismissals May 28. Dustin May 29. Opal JoLynn Evelyn Jennifer Fisher and baby Joni Randy William Garden City St. Catherine Hospital Admissions May 29. Dismissals May 28. Pamela and baby Garden Leslie Great Bend Central Kansas Medical Center Admissions May 28. Great Elsie 29. Margaret Fred Dismissals May 28. Greg Eugene Great Irene Miller and baby May 29. Station Continued from Page Al utes can make u big he Ambulance crew an option 17 East said train traffic frequently blocks north-south streets on the south end of With the city's new Salt City Splash water park opening this she said the likelihood of accidents and the need lor emergency runs will that fire station out is just another way of making that end of town go Snyder Pennington asked Frazler why the lire department couldn't put its resources into expanding Fire Station 3 instead of building a new station at 200 South the response time going to be any different going north than If they were going she the first option that we looked Frazier the lire committee voted to put it north of Because of the urea they decided it's best to put it Cecilia Galindo and baby Great Erica Hoisington Clara Barton Hospital Admissions May 28. Charleen Great May 29. Viola Dismissals May 26. Judy Muss and baby Kingman Admissions May 28. Loo May 29. W. Marlene Josephine Dismissals May 25. Benjamin May 29. Leo Liberal Southwest Center Births GIRLS - May 29. Juanita Leah and Brian Okla. BOTS - May 29. Melita Admissions May 29. Juanita Melita Leah Okla. Dismissals May 28. Amy Schoenrock and baby Angela Long and baby Kathy Jennifer Beaver and baby Okla. Lyons Lyons District Hospital Admissions May 27. Barbara May 28. Selma May 29. Loretta Dismissals May 26. Joe Frances Irvin Naomi May 30. Loretta Pratt Pratt Regonal Center Admissions May 28. Louise Shem Dismissals May 28. Sherri Patti Thelma May 29. Marsha St. Robey It is - that's the replied Janice 127 East the real The value of my home to me Is just as Important as anybody The Ore station is but having medical response Is more I'm I'm put that medical service down there at Avenue Commissioner Larry Sharp said he understood the but said the commissioners were faced with making a business decision about how best to allocate Ore He agreed that closing Fire Station 3 was but said he looked favorably on moving an ambulance crew to that area of Commissioner Frances Garcia said she recalled discussions about adding an ambulance bay to Fire Station 3 even before the station was proposed to be converted to a training Commission Chairman Francis Schoepf said the board would look closely at providing ambulance service to the area south of the railroad have to have faith in board that we'll look very hard at the EMS end of Schoepf from Page Al in the water and sewer Over two the sales tax could raise about giving the city an cushion above the costs associated with Service The extra sum would help provide Mayor Patrick Vice Mayor Clay Bontrager and Councilman Frank Stuckey voted in favor of an ordinance calling for the as well as a second ordinance pledging where the money will The first plus any additional funds for related costs of will go toward building the inbound technology call The if will be for reducing property Councilman Mark Smith voted no. Councilman Jeffrey Roberts was Smith said he could support the company's request for free land and tax He back a I think that they're not going to support Smith He questioned the ity of the workforce for the call and also noted that the increase would put the overall sales tax charged in Hutchinson stores at 6.9 compared to a 5.9-percent rate in Wichita With Roberts the motion to put the sales tax on the ballot could have On May 2, both Smith and Bontrager looked unfavorably toward the offer of holding a election to benefit the absence caught city officials by although they knew he had been In Colorado last week and there had been problems delivering a council agenda packet to Roberts on A potential 2-2 tie was avoided because of a shift by He mentioned that Hutchinson's development has been and that the motion would put the issue before the a good Service Zone touts its but it is actually a new with two operations in Okla. Through the Kansas Department of Commerce and the County Chamber of Commerce learned that Service Zone was shopping for a site in Service Zone intends to build two or three centers this said County Chamber of Commerce executive director Jon but Hutchinson is the only Kansas community he knows of that is in the for a Daveline emphasized that Service Zone would to coming here if the sales tax And City Manager Joe said there was no mechanism other than the sales tax to raise the necessary money for the Is really a good with good people behind Daveline Timothy Hayes is the company Another top executive is John Both once worked for the Sykes Enterprises with call centers in Hays and Daveline said Service Zone isn't identical to Service Zone pays attention to its employees to bolster Daveline The company even has people on the floor whose job is to keep up the morale of workers who deal with callers seeking would people be calling in Smith Daveline said he wouldn't divulge the identity of Service folks they represent are really quality he said of the computer companies and providers that contract with Service Zone to provide technical assistance to for any Daveline said after the council client is divulged or is made Service Zone would no longer consider our Secrecy surrounded early discussions between the chamber and council members about the When The Hutchinson News asked Daveline on May 1 if he had ever heard of Service he said he Talks between Hutchinson and Service Zone intensified as May Stuckey participated when company representatives visited Hutchinson May 17, and on May 24, McCreary was part of a local delegation visiting Service operations in truly saw a 21st century Daveline Figures were obtained from KDOT from Page Al I think you're forgetting what the economic benefits to Reno County will be if we get the Sharp John a member of the Highway said he and the committee met with Sugars several times a year ago to arrive at maintenance cost estimates for Those costs would be paid for over the next 40 to 50 years by Investing million in city and county cash contributions and using that money and its interest to pay for On Sugars said the maintenance cost figures he gave Neal were based on the county's cost to maintain as a county not as a state was asked by Commissioner Schoepf to put those figures together - what would it cost to maintain the Sugars told Schoepf I didn't have what the state used to maintain state roads so I used what our cost is to maintain county Determining the state's that was never asked of Sugars said the county's cost to maintain a county road averaged per mile per a figure he gave the On Tucker told commissioners that the state's average cost to maintain a state highway was per mile per Tucker said Sugars got that figure for him from the Kansas Department of The more than difference per mile angered am 100 percent without a shred of that we repeatedly discussed the figure as the cost to maintain at the same level as It is currently Neal took his numbers and based our entire application on our public presentations - with George present at many of them - we have repeatedly said that it would be maintained at its current and he never challenged any of These were the numbers we discussed George in several That's what George said It would Also at Tuesday's study Commissioner Frances Garcia asked Sugars to find w w yj h ii t ( h n vi sco in out whether the application can be altered as long as the changes don't enhance the project's there's something to I'd like to see it in writing from KDOT if it's Garcia felt like once you put in the application that was Sugars said he would contact KDOT and get a clarification in APPLIANCE SERVICE Ranges Refrigerators Freezers Microwaves Washers & Dryers Dishwashers Disposals 405 Westport KS 543-6471 International CARPET CARE i RESTORATION SPECIALIST 1E. 9th, KS 67501 316-665-6151 800-7834151 AIR DUCT CLEANING 10% OFF DISCOUNT 24 hour Water Carpet Restoration Services & Upholstery Cleaning Serving Hutchinson & the surrounding area for 7 Mark Owner Jry It. 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