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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - July 7, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Noin Elbert school Board local farm produces raw milk Quot Jug so Ai Fiji see Page 6 see Page to 500 per copy volume no. 107 Issue no. 25 Wirag the email smile of the week to smiling because. �?�1 found my Kegan Hamacher meeting Date changed the regular scheduled meeting set for july 5 has been changed to 7 30 ., july 12, at the Falcon fire station due to the Holiday. Guest speakers will be Bill Healy Colorado Springs head planner and Dick Anderwald Elpaso county head planner. Vendors needed the planning for the 6th annual Ramah Days is underway. The town is seeking vendors As Well As Parade and car show participants. Please Call 541-4247 Between 3-7 . For details. Meeting notice the upper big Sandy ground water management District will hold their july 12 meeting at 7 30 ., at the Simla town Hall Council room 325 Pueblo in Simla. Luncheon baby Shower Matheson Community Bible Church will be having a luncheon baby Shower for Cindy Maranville july 16, following the Church service approximately 12 30 blast from the past 17 classifieds 29-33 Community scope 2 editorials 2 crime stoppers 19 letters to the editor 4 Little bits 20 obituaries 13 Public notices 25-29 school menus a a school news a a service directory 34-35 sports 23 correspondents Smithson 16 Honor Rolls 19 Edison a a Hanover 18 Ellicott 16 Yoder 16 Rush 18 Hodgson 15 dozens by John Hill volunteers from throughout the front Range arrived in Ramah to Sling tires last weekend. Residents of Ramah and Simla handed tires to volunteers who came from Colorado Springs and Denver who had heard about the cleanup. A we have been trying to get permission to Complete the cleanup for seven years a said Dan Vetrano of same Day hauling who was set to Complete the cleanup of the tires on the property two years ago but was stopped just Days before the target Date. volunteered Elpaso county sheriff investigates vandalism at Falcon school building the Elpaso county sheriffs office is investigating vandalism reported at a maintenance facility for Falcon schools. In the Early morning hours of june 22, deputies responded to the vehicle maintenance and parking facility 10850 East Woodmen Road. An employee reported that vehicles parked inside the fenced parking area had been damaged. Fourteen school District vehicles and one private vehicle had been damaged. Several school District vehicles and the privately owned vehicle had All the tires slashed. One school District vehicle had four seats slashed. The damaged school District vehicles included a school bus vans trucks and passenger cars. The damage is estimated at approximately $5,400. The facility was open from Early morning until Midnight. From about 6 30 . To Midnight the facility was open to the Public for a school Board meeting. Vehicles were observed undamaged at about 1 30 . On june 21. The facility was secured from Midnight to 5 30 On june 22. There is no suspect information at this time. The Elpaso county sheriff s office requests that anyone with information about this incident Call sgt. Darren of Driscoll at 520-7283. Callers wishing to remain Anonymous can Call crime stoppers at 634-Stop. 2550 07-10-07 78p 40s pikes Peak Library District b900 special collections la to Box 2999 Colorado Springs co 80901-2999 Aklilu n Gin Lim Imi phone 719-541-2288 uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday july 7, 2006 fax 719-541-2289 John Hill ranch and news volunteers helped clean up about 35,000 tires from a Ramah property june 30-july 3. The tires were loaded into trailers then trucked to a tire company South of Colorado Springs. Elpaso commissioners approve Ellicott project by John Hill at the june 29 meeting the Elpaso county Board of commissioners voted 3-1, Douglas Bruce dissenting to approve a service plan for a special District for the Ellicott town Center project. Commissioners approved the special District service plan for the Ellicott town Center metropolitan District a request by accretive investments inc., for approval of a service plan precedent to formation of a metropolitan District with the purpose of providing municipal facilities and services to an approximately 500-acre, development planned for 1,048 dwelling units and known As Ellicott town Center. The property is located South of the intersection of state Highway 94 and log Road in the Ellicott Valley planning area. The land use application was approved unanimously with conditions and notations by the planning commission on May 16. Bruce opposed the application because it constituted a 95 percent tax increase. The applicant has proposed the Mill Levy be increased to approximately 99 Mills to generate $25 million in Revenue for estimated costs of approximately $28.5 million. The proposed bonding is $12 million in 2010. A this District will add significantly to the combined Mill Levy a said Carl Schueler of development serv ices the Developer will lend Money to the District. At Issue is disclosure. Standard disclosure will be required Schueler said. In other action the Board approved modification to subdivision improvements agreement courtyards at Woodmen Hills West a request by Falcon properties and investments Lac to modify the subdivision improvements agreement for courtyards West filing i. The property is approximately 38 acres and is in the pud planned unit development zone District. The property is located North and West of the intersection of Woodmen Road East and Meridian Road. A a Resolution to approve an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Colorado Springs concerning the Elpaso county emergency services Agency. A a request to uphold the count please see Ellicott Page 9 local veterans take time to reflect by Toni Gibbons for local veterans the fourth of july Means Freedom hags and country. When Simla resident Alvin Eurich was drafted into the korean War in april 1951 at the age of 20, it was just another step in his life. A i expected to be drafted a said Eurich. A a their was no need to get excited about starting a career. I Only hoped they would give me the kind of work i wanted in the Mechanic Eurich achieved his dream and attended two Good Mechanic schools before shipping out. He served for two years in the 73,u tank battalion assigned to the seventh infantry division. A i was a tank Mechanic and we went All Over Korea. There were some times when it was a Little bit scary but i did what i was told to do. Back in those Days they did t ask you they told you a said see veterans Page 36 of volunteers Sling tires his company to Load trailers deliver the trailers on june 30, july i and 2 a they Are doing a great Job a the trailers to a tire company South and pay tire disposal fees of about please see tires of Colorado Springs and unload $400 to $600 per trailer Load. Page 8ic the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties for

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