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Page 8 Mc~tJ~ (~.g~MIMIJNITV ~h~ ~ ~Er~ - March 21,2012 Photos by Sean C. Morgan At left, Steve Holy interacts with fans during the Oregon Jamboree's annual mystery concert. The sell-out show is a promotional event for the Jamboree. Concertgoers purchase tickets without knowing who will perform. Above, An- gle Foster and Scott Schuler of KRKT draw tickets for a raffle. At right, Holy performs "Wonders" from the album "Love Don't Run." Holy, who performed at the Jamboree in 2007, is in the 2012 Jamboree lineup, 2 p.m. on Aug. 5. The Jamboree will be held Aug. 3-5 in Sweet Home. Proceeds benefit economic development pro)ects in Sweet Home/Headlining this year's 20th anmversary event are Rascal Flatts, Wynonna Judd and Dierks Bentley. e~e~ From page 1 includes information about Home- Serve and does indicate that it is not affiliated with the local utility. The service offers up to $6,000 in annual coverage of water service lines, up to $3,000 per call and up to two calls per year. It also pro- vides a 24-hour emergency repair hotline at an annual payment of $59.88. The city lg responsible for wa- mr lines up to and including the water naeter. Martin said_ Property owners are responsible for the lat- improvemems and repairs on pri- erals on their side of the water me- rate sewer laterals. ter. Even those laterals repaired by "Them has been no change in the city remain the ongoing respon- what we take care of," Martin said. sibility of the property owner. "'(Residents) are seeing it. and it's In any case. the advertisement looking kind of official." applies to water lines, not to sewer Identification of the company lines, Martin said. on the advertisement is minimal, The city does not know or en- and it includes an informational fli- dorse this company, but if property er that looks similar to one the city owners are interested, they should distributes, Martin said. check into it and make their own Homeowners have been ask- decisions. Martin said. ing whether the city has changed For questions about the city's its policies, Martin said. There may policies regarding water lines, call have been some confusion in asso- City Hall at (541 ~ 367-5128 or the ciation with the city's work in the city manager's office at (541) 367- scwcr systen~, which has included 8969. IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR WATER SERVICE LINE Please respond by _ 1 1 I" II ~ watch 22, 2012 Sweet ~ome, OR 97386--~ ,H,r-m..d,,d+.,,..,H,Ul,q,,hlq,ll,dh, " r'veI # Our records indicate your oroper~y is not covered i)y ~ater Service Line Coverage fro~ HOmeSe # As a homeowner, you are resoonsible for the maintenance and repair of the water service l~ne fr~ your service connect-lo~ to the foLmdation of your ho~ # Exterior vrater service line problems can be complicated and expensive to B~ # COntractors" service call fees and re.Jr bills for ~ter service line ~rge~cies are not typically covered by basic homeovmers Insurance policies i ,000 IN ANNUAL COVERAGE - NO bills tO ~y~or o~vered r'~l~trs, $),000" Per call, two c~l)~ per year 2.24-HOUR B~GENL-Y REPAIR HOTLZNE - Available 365 days a year, ready ~o ~d to your call 3. NO E~DUCrIBLES OR SERVICE/'rR~p OtARGES FOR CI]VERED RE~IEIIRS 4. C~JAL~'I~ ~3RK -- All contractors are local, 1~cens~ and !~ured 5. PP~[~ REPAIR STATUS - This o~t~ oo~e~z~a~ provides ~w~ly re~irs to resolv~ your emerge~o~ 6. ALL PJEPAZRS ARE ~ FO~ OIWF ~qEAR Homeaer~e. usa Repair ~agemnt corp. (.'~mmes~rw.") is an ~ .c~ ~e~w~=~. ez-t~ .eonx ~.r~ty 0=- .~mA. t3 and offers th~s op~onal ser~ ~.~ an authorized repr~ntat~ve for .~ ~rr,~y COrl~., ~ is yl~lr contract issuer. Complete and Return by March 22, 2012 I step 1: choose ~ur method of pa)~ent [~r n=~ o~ ~lr~s ~, SOS6 Wour~=~ ~ st. ~-Z Pay C~tng f~'l; m~ = fu~u~ Im~er~ ~11 ~ ~am}ed ~ l~s a~/ll~. [ I check or Money order: [~ I,.~=. ~,=1~a w d~-, ..... ~ m o~ I H~qJ-SHN-212H8 I I.,step 2: cred~t/0ebit card or E-Z Pay freq--, [ p~e~ z ~n ~o mlt ~ ~ trom the ~r.ount r._.~_==_.~_~.t~at I ~a~ reaa ~he rever=e of ~be let~mr a~d le~c the el~lb~l|ty slgna~ure (requlred):_ Phone #: [~[I MI! This is a sample of the advertisements" that have been direct-mailed to many local residents, which appear to be from an official source. They're not. for Fo Above. Shelby Neighbors pours coffee for Jerry Brown at the 57th Annual Foster Pancake Supper held on March 9. At right, Dr. Lar- ry Horton, left, and Bob Burford. flip pancakes. The pancake sup- per, provided by the Kiwanis Club, raised funds for the Foster Elemen- tary School Outdoor School pro- gram held each spring. Gina Rily said the event raised at least $500 and fed about 120 people. Photos by Sean C. Morgan