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Page 12 II Council From page 1 Craig Fentiman: Hall was absent. In other business, the council: Received the city's annual audit. Appointed Brianna ThorPe to the Youth Advisory Council in the junior high at:large position: The YAC has one remaining opening for a high school sophomore. For more information or to apply, call the city manager's office at (541) 367-8969 or stop by City Hall, 1140 12th Ave. Recommended to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission the approval of a liquor license for William Travis Autry, who is buy- ing the Waterhole Tavern from his sister, The- resa Brown. The Police Department began investigat- ing the request on March 12. The business has been the subject of on- going enforcement actions by the OLCC, and the existing license is in the revocation pro- cess, said Police Chief Bob Burford. In re- cent years, the business has been the subject of frequent noise complaints, primarily from nearby campgrounds. "The primary contact person for the new applicants will be out of the United States for several years and will be depending on fam- ily members and employees for day-to-day operations," Burford said. "However, based upon the overall investigation, the department found no reason to recommend denial of this change of ownership." VI..11 (.CMM! JNITV Rainfall forces city to bypass Photo by Scott Swanson Ames .Creek, right, gushes into the South Santiam River Saturday be'low the Sweet Home sewage treatment plant. h Te r.. April 4, 20] 2 was tewc, 00!er in to river Sweet Home's Wastewater Treatment Plant bypassed untreated wastewater into" the South Santiam River during last week's rain storm. The discharge started at 6:44 p.m. on March 30 and ended at t a.m. on March 31. The bypass was caused by high flow due to the rain storm, according to the city's notification. Storm water leaks into the system deteriorated sewer pipes during storms and through cross connections with storm drains. This process is called inflow and infiltration. The plant is not large enough to handle the excess wastewater, and it is bypassed into the river. The city has been operating under an agreement with the Department of Environmental Quality for more than a decade to repair the problem, and the city is in its fourth sewer line repair project under the agreement. In exchange, the city is not fined for the bypasses. Following completion of the project, city officials are likely to propose an expansion of the plant. Safety From page 9 pouch full of needles and what appeared to be a controlled substance. March 24 12:01 p.m. - Caller reported that a wooden jewelry box was supposed to have been delivered by mail and at his residence, 39100 block of Highway 228. The caller believes it was taken from his front porch after it was delivered. March 23 5:39 p.m. - Caller reported the theft of a Craftsman chainsaw valued at $150and a snow sled valued at $150 from enclosed carport, 40600 block of Highway "228. Shop Sweet Home First- Visit These Fine Local Businesses HAVE YOU MADE YOUR FARMERS INSURANCE S i bt ' Get een by thousands sL Appliance Repair   ,,dd /arerh0 Locally owned business- Fast response. F Where Friends Gather local residents and .,p,r Selr-,'ioe on pp|incos - [  Ulldor Now Owners,ip o| in the shop or at the customer"s home  " " k " potentialcustomersl ,,,RRR,S,,, O,,,,OROES, J Jac e | [1, Your barber Stylist i Welcomes Walk-Ins AND CONSIGNMENTS FOR SALE, | Men, Women, Children i Be Your Best What are you waJtJng for. ,,RG, SELECTION OF ANTIQUES & 1003 Lono St., Sweot Homo OOLLEOTIBLES IN THE STORE. Tues.-Fri. gam-5:3Opm Carl Us flow! 4101 41ST AVENUE sat 9am-4:30 .......................... ...... ................................. 43574 Wiley Creek Dr. Sweet Home 367-2811 Craig Fentiman, Agent Liberty Rock Products Inc. is a local, family owned and operated businessl Cal and son Roger Emmert have been delivering gravel to the Sweet Home area for 15 years. Liberty Rock Auto Life Home provides service Monday- Friday 6:30a.m.-6:30p.m., and Saturdays 9:00a.m.-5:00 p.m. " j " . Comme clal ,oo, o,o: ....... 3037  " *\\;''  Main St., Sweet Home  W ................................................................................... ,..,.. ......................................... ,,,,a,,Gr,,. Liberty Rock _ Products ,.vine. a ts & Se ce FiranciN Advisor New & Pre-Owned RV ] ] 95 Main Street Suite 1 Good, clean cmhed quarry ravd AWARD-WI N N I NG Sweet Home, OR 97386 - most sizes available, drain rock, ISTOMER SERVICE 541-367-5155 FREE deliver3' to the 30 Years Experience www.edwardjones.eom ,,mbe sP( Sweet Home Area. OPEN: Monday- Saturday 8-5 Parts & Service (541) 409-1982 . o....w...-... 1103 Price Rd. Albany 00a,tsid00J!00co.ic, 00nc.I] All phases of residential and commercial wiring FREt ESTIMATES Office: (541) 741-1499 r Call Mark Mulholland in |:1 Sweet Home [  dear CONPIUNITY COLLEGE Sweet Home Center 1661 Long St. 8:30am-9:30pm Mon/Thurs, Closed Friday Local Classes Joel Keesecker 1195 Main Street, Sweet Home Steven L Hanscam, PA -Family owned & operated since 1952- TAX & ACCOUNTING SERVICES FINANCIAL PLANNING 1331 Main Street, Sweet Home ,f I tl:rr '"1; 1:,1 i!C]il]il[l lll][ 'l] :!il!F]I l;f;ia;[T} " : '" :'