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Eau Claire Leader Telegram (Newspaper) - February 27, 1991, Eau Claire, Wisconsin I a it Leader Telegram serving eau Claire and West Central Wisconsin wednesday feb. 27,1991iraq offers cease fire Deal committee approves site recycling Center permit granted by Dan Lyksett Leader Telegram a site for a recycling facility South of eau Claire was approved tuesday night by an eau Claire county committee after weeks of wrangling about the location. A tri county consortium and h. Samuels inc. Got a conditional use permit for the recycling Center from the county planning and development committee but it came at a Price. The Center tentatively is expected to open in late fall. Now that the site question has been settled the three county consortium and h. Samuels will try to work out an agreement Over building and operating the facility. A requirement that the company enclose the area to Load processed Glass will hike the consortium a Cost of the facility considerably according to Robert est of Madison h. Samuels vice president who represented the company at the meeting. A it the building is going to have to be big enough to hold a Semi trailer and the movement of an end loader As it operates a est said after the committee voted 4-0 to approve the permit. A a they be got a lot of space dedicated to it and somebody a going to pay for eau Claire Chippewa and Dunn counties want to contract for a Multi material recovery facility mrs from h. Samuels. That company owns of amps Metal recycling which is operating Southeast of the intersection of interstate 94 and Highway 93, the proposed site for the new facility. County staff had said the projected 40-ton per Day facility is suitable for the commercially zoned site which has been challenged by neighbors City officials and others. A three hour hearing preceded the see permit Page 2arecycling Center conditions Here Are some of the conditions that the eau Claire county planning and development committee tuesday night placed on the proposed recycling operation South of eau Claire. If a no outside storage loading or processing of recyclables. A litter must be picked up each Day and facility May not accept uncovered loads of material. A Aff structures on the site must appear similar. M hours of operation for shipping and receiving will be 8 . To 5 . Monday through Friday and from 8 . To noon saturday. There will be no sunday operation. A noise emissions were set at a maximum of 60 decibels per hour average on site. A a fire abatement plan must be submitted to township fire department a a local interaction committee will be formed with neighbors. Staff graphic by Kathy Nelso Index bulletin board.2b business. Id City Region. 1b classified. 3d comics.5c entertainment.6c lifestyles. 5b obituaries.2b opinions.6a sports. 1c of your newspaper has t been delivered by 5 30 weekdays. 8 a in weekends Call 833-9254 phone open until 6 30 pm weekdays 6 to 10 a in. Saturdays and sundays volume 21 number 255 4 sections 28 pages a environmental outlaws mining ban proposed in Northern Wisconsin City Region Page 1b entertainment a Harold unpleasant but riveting 6c business state firms want to help repair Kuwait in iou weather watch 2arambler fever Jill Candell left and Barb Hagmann both freshmen students at eau Claire Regis High school sell to shirts in anticipation of the Wisconsin Independent schools athletic association staff photo by Dan Reiland class a girls state basketball tournament which begins thursday in Milwaukee. The Regis girls 22-1, will open play against Greendale Martin Luther 19-5. Britain . Iraq still Falls Short on resolutions by John King associated press Kuwait City a with iraqis shattered occupation army in chaotic flight Baghdad announced it was willing to drop All claims to Kuwait if the Allied assault w Ould Only Stop. Baghdad radio announced that in Exchange for a cease fire. Iraq would accept . Resolutions declaring the annexation of Kuwait null and void and calling for documentation of human rights violations and assessment of economic damage to Kuwait. It also offered to free All prisoners of War a Many of the wounded treated by 13th evacuation Hospital Are iraqis. Page 1b. After a cease fire. Britain immediately announced the offer was deficient because the iraqis had not agreed to All 12 . Resolutions. White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater also said Iraq still fell a far Short of what a in a speech earlier today president Bush said a the liberation of Kuwait the country is almost see Gulf Page 2a . Tanks lock horns with the guards Armor a Etc cuts wont Hurt retraining officials say by Bob Brown Leader Telegram staff though significant faculty and staff cuts Are planned for the 1991-92 school year at Chippewa Valley technical College College and state officials insist meet the retraining needs of workers who lose their jobs because of the closing of the eau Claire uniroyal Goodrich tire co. Plant. Dwight York director of the states vocational technical and adult education system promised this morning that a Etc will accommodate All uniroyal Goodrich workers who request retraining. York made that commitment after meeting in eau Claire with officials from a Etc uniroyal Goodrich and the local Wisconsin Job service office. Eau Claire City manager Erie Anderson and University of Wisconsin eau Claire Chancellor Larry Schnack. Yorkus Promise came despite earlier confirmation by a Etc director Norbert Wurtzel that the colleges budget projections for next year make significant cuts in faculty and other staff inevitable. A Etc officials Are projecting a $1 million shortfall in state funding a and All our resources for the 1991-92 school year Wurtzel said. That bad news will be shared with a Etc employees in a meeting at 8 55 . Thursday in the colleges main auditorium. At that meeting a a draft operational plan for the College for 1992�?� will be presented Wurtzel said. That plan will be shared with the colleges Board of directors during a special meeting at 6 . Thursday. While Cut cd a 1992 operating plan still is in draft form Wurtzel said there a nothing Uncertain about the projected staff cuts. A a it a what a going to happen a he said. Wurtzel declined to disclose specific numbers regarding the pending staff cuts saying a i think you need to see the total York noting that 20 percent of his own state Vitae staff in Madison will be Laid off by july i said the impending staff cuts at a Etc Are an unfortunate result of tight economic times in Wisconsin. But he insisted on separating the impending staff cuts at a Etc from his Promise that retraining will be available for All uniroyal Goodrich workers. The staff cuts a have nothing to do with the states commitment to uniroyal Goodrich workers York said. A a it a very important that those two issues not get mixed a he said. Special funding completely separate from the ongoing budget needs of a Etc will be arranged to meet the retraining needs of the uniroyal Goodrich workers York said. He said that special funding will include a $500,000 rant through the Federal Job training partnership act 250,000 from gov. Tommy Thompsons 1991-91 biennial budget proposal and $200,000 from the state department of a Etc Page 2a by Susanne m. Schafer associated press Washington a More than 250 american tanks Are locked in a a fierce battled against 200 Republican guard tanks West of the iraqi military City of Basra As Allied forces attempt to immobilize the remainder of Saddam Hussein Stop line Force at the War front a Pentagon source said today. A a they re blocked. They can to get out a said the senior military official who spoke on condition of anonymity. Two major . Army units the tank heavy Vii corps and the 24th infantry division mechanize were closing in on three Republican guard infantry divisions and about one and a half armoured divisions some 50 Miles West of Basra the official said. A a it a a fierce tank Battle a the source said. A we done to know the outcome see tanks Page 2a a member of the 82nd airborne unit Waves an american Flag As a Convoy of . Vehicles Heads North into Iraq. A

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