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Page 14 CLASS! rlEbS Public Notice Services Notice is hereby given that Stephanie Kay (Stevens) Eider has been appointed and has qualified as the personal representative of the Estate of Marjory Stevens, deceased in Linn County Circuit Court Case 23979. All persons having claims against the estate are hereby required to present their claims, with proper vouchers, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice, as stated be- low to the personal representative c/o Tami S.P. Beach 1184 Olive Street. Eugene. OR 97401. or the claims may be barred. All per- sons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings in this estate may obtain ad- ditional information from the records of the court, the personal representative, or the at- torney for the personal representative. Date of first publication: 01/11/2012 Stephanie Kay (Stevens) Elder Tami S.P. Beach 3933 NE Hassalo Street 1184 Olive Street Portland, OR 97232 Eugene. OR 97401 01/11,01/18,01/25 Notice is hereby guven that Nancy J. O'Brien has been appointed and has qualified as the personal representative of the Estate of Jo- sephine Ann Hill, deceased, in Linn County Circuit Court Case 24008. All persons having claims against the estate are hereby required to present their claims, with proper vouchers. within four months after the date of first pub- lication of this notice, as stated below to the personal representative c/o Tami S.P. Beach. 1184 Olive Street, Eugene, OR 97401, or the claims may be barred. All persons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings in this estate may obtain additional information from the records of the court, the personal representative, or the attorney for the per- sonal representative. Date of first publica- tion: 01/11/2012 Nancy J. O'Brien Tami S.P. Beach 5539 Nandina Street 1184 Olive Street Sweet Home, OR 97386 Eugene. OR 01/11.1/18/&1/25 Legal Notice NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN that the fol- lowing public hearings are scheduled:# The Planning Commission will meet on Febru- ary 6, 2012 # The City Council will meet on February 14. 2012 The hearings will be held at 7:30 p.m., in the City Hall Annex Council Chambers, behind City Hall at 1140 12th Avenue. Sweet Home. Oregon. The Sweet Home Planning Commission and the City Council will consider the following request: 1. CMA-11-01 and ZMA 11-01 : Cindy Sieg, Val- ley View Logging, and James Sorrell request an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan Map and a Rezone of the properties located at 1284 and 1288 46th Avenue. The Compre- hensive Plan Map would change from Low Density Residential to Highway Commercial. The Zone at 1284 46th would change from Low Density Residential to Highway Com- mercial. The purpose of the request is facili- tate the expansion of Valley View Logging to the southerly portion of 1284 46th. The crite- ria to be considered for the Comprehensive Plan Map and Zoning Map amendments are found in SHMC 17.12.025. Sweet Home Comprehensive Plan Chapter 4, 5, and 8. and Statewide Planning Goals 9 and 10. The cri- teria for the hearing can be reviewed at the City Library or at City Hall. All information will be available at the City Planning Office at City Hall. Persons with questions or comments may contact Carol Lewis, City Planner at 367- 8113 or in the Planning Office at City Hall. Persons interested in commenting on these issues should submit testimony in writing to the City Planner's office located at City Hall prior to the hearing or attend the meeting and give testimony verbally. Persons who wish to testify will be given the opportunity to do so by the Chair of the Commission at the Planning Commission meeting and the Mayor at the City Council meeting. 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Our Dream Closet Fashion Boutique ALL NEW Clothing & Accessories DAILY SPECIALS Name Brand Jeans 880 Main Street, Lebanon (541)401-1905 4-52nc VC'I Jl _C M '11 flIITV :he  ra - January 25, 2012 Ti Squared moving operations to larger facility in Lebanon By Sean C. Morgan Of The New Era Ti Squared has decided to move to Lebanon within the next few months. The company manufactures a variety of titanium products for various commercial and industrial applications. The company is moving, said Facilities and Machining Manager Vince Lowen, but it will be several months before anything happens. "We're moving into the old Valley Cabinets building out on Airport Road." Lowen said. "We've outgrown this building. There isn't any room here. There isn't anywhere to expand. Parking is an issue. "There are ways we may end up keeping some of the business in this building." Whether that will come to fru- ition is unknown right now. Lowen said, but the main operation will move. The company, which employs 61. has been steadily growing m recent years. "We went through our slow period back when things crashed in '08." Lowen said. Ti Squared dra- matically scaled back. but now the business is coming back. "'Right now. we're busy, and the market seems to be pretty ac- tive." Lowen said. The company is expecting to grow further. "'We did look around town here and tried to work out something," Lowen said. The company worked with the city to find an option, but "nothing was going to work for us economically." Ti Squared started in 1995 as InvesTiCast at its current location at Main and Clark Mill. manufac- turing titanium golf club heads, Lo- wen said. All of that business ended up going to China. Ti Squared saw it coming and started diversifying its products. "'So when all of the golf club companies went to China virtually overnight, they had the beginnings of a market to go on here." InvesTiCast changed its name to Ti Squared in 2002. Titanium is lightweight, strong and noncorrosive. Lowen said. Today, Ti Squared manufac- tures products for sporting goods, medical supplies, tools and indus- trial and commercial applications. The pieces are usually supplied to other companies and assembled into their products. Examples include nose cones for impact wrenches and the scales - the outer handle - for Leatherman charger tools. Ti Squared sometimes also manufactures aerospace and mili- tary prototypes, and the company makes some jewelry. "We're excited to be growing and to have the opportunity to get into a facility that's going to allow us to grow even more." Lowen said / Schools he said. Literature on the four-day week. little of it peer-reviewed. has been generally positive, From page 5 describing improvements in student down. and the district is looking for performance. Numerous districts more than$l million, visited by District 55 officials The four-day week has been reported positive changes, with implemented as far back as the feedback from parents, teachers. 1930s. he said. It became more students, administrators and common in the 1970s. classified employees. Here it could help avoid Districts have had numerous arguably more difficult budget concerns going into the four-day reductions. Schrader said. Among week. and a handful districts have them are more staff layoffs, cutting gone back to five-day weeks. nonacademic programs, reduction They're not entirely popular in services, larger classrooms, everywhere. Schrader said that in reduction of athletics, cutting Harrisburg there is tension with music, reducing electives and more an embittered classified union. furlough days. particularly toward the teachers, who "If we take away the $340.000 did not fight hard when bargaining then we're just adding other ugly the four-day week. cuts," Schrader said. "The goal is A Harrisburg principal said to save money, but we are trying to it was horrendous, and he didn't improve student success." have enough time, working every With this change, the district Friday and having a hard time can improve staff development, finding people to do different tasks. That district is on track to save an anticipated $130.000 or more. Classified employees were mixed in other district, some opposing it while others grew to like it. A large part of the savings connected with a four-day week is in the salaries and benefits of classified employees. 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