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:IT  r - May 23, 2012 , SPORTS Page 15 m Track From page 13 "Spencer bounced back in the relay. We tell the kids they can mope about it, then it's time to move on." "Ashton is disappointed that he didn't make state, but he has nothing to hang his head about. "Haley Kent, unfortunately, came out late (for track). Then she had a heck of a cold and sore throat. I know she was disappointed in what she was able to do, but she's a gutsy girl. "We didn't have the top dogs we had a few years ago, but the kids stepped up. It was fun to see." He said he particularly appreci- ated the help from volunteers "who made it special for the kids." "There must have been 50 to 60 people helping out over the week- end," he said. "I had several coaches come up to me and say this is the best facility they've been to this year. "The people who helped out were tremendous." Snow said the state meet, this Friday and Saturday at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon, will be a good experience for the young Huskies. Friday's events start at 10:30 a.m.; Saturday's start at 9:30 a.m. "There's no one event that we're sitting on top of, that we could say we're a shoo-in for," he said. Hall may be a solid prospect in the 300 hurdles and the 400, along with Whitfield, who's in her fourth javelin comPetition, and Johnson, who got a taste of state last year in the discus. "Annie has been there a number of times," Snow said. "She knows what it's like. It's going to be a tough field." Whitfield goes into the meet ranked third behind Kacie Hargett of Newport (142-9 at district) and Bai- ley Bars of Hidden Valley (139-7). But she said her goal is to break her own record of 144-2 and go for 150 feet and win, after second-place fin- ishes as a sophomore and junior. "I want to finish big," she said. Johnson, who didn't finish in the medals last year, knows he's up against some tough competition in Hidden Valley's Jefferson Jarvis (174- l 1) and Oshay Dunmore of Newport (165-10) as well as several other competitors ranked just ahead of him in seventh. The discus com- petitio n is being moved this year into the stadium, which will give it more prominence for the crowd. "My goal is to beat the school REAL E STATE Located on a main adedal of Lebanon with great access to I-5. Approx 468' of frontage. Numerous development options: Storage/ warehousing, mixed development, retail/ industrial/nursery, etc. Approx 1 acre has no develop- ment restrictions. Remaining 4.6 acres has bldg height restrictions of 35' & low intensity use. City will work with buyer to meet needs if possible. $99,900 MLS #635722 Bill & Robbie Nyara - Heritage NW Real Estate Inc. (54J) 401-9559 or 401-9560 (ceils) Ames Creek REALTY FOR RENT 541.367.6364 www.amescreekreah y.con] ATTENTION LANDLORDS! 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Prior conditional use permit & expired standard septic approval. Buyer to obtain new permits. Great location if you are wanting seclusion, hunting, fishing, hiking & wildlife. Seller says submit all offers!!! MLS#635331 $125,000 [541}409-4962 Kitsey Trewin I [541)401-5612 Angelo Weld I (541)619-6143 Diann Rosmussen (541J 409-9132 Debbie Adams I [541J 409-1800 Todd Branson record (153-8) and finish in the top four. As long as I get on the stand, I'll be happy," said Johnsonl who's best thus far is 147-9. The distance runners will be competitive if they find people "they should be near and sneak into the scoring column," Snow said. He said the boys relays have im- provements to make that could drop their times and the girls just need to deliver another all-out performance. "I think there's a little more in the 4x400," he said. "Nick and Scot- tie are such chasers and Trever did such a great job on that opening leg. And this is only the second time Chris has ever run it. "The girls short relay, they have to have another great day. I think there's three or four teams that are kind of out there and behind them it's kind of wide open. If we go down there and they get keyed up like they did at districts, anything could hap- pen. Experience is not a problem. Sky-Em League District Championships Top 3 plus Sweet Home Finishers *Prelims place and time + personal best time or mark State Qualifiers Boys Results Team Scores- (1) La Pine 172; (2) Cottage Grove 140; (3) Sweet Home 129; (4) Sisters 88; (5) Elmira 78; (6) Junction City 47. 109 - (1) Garrett Lewellen (E) 11.29; (2) . Conner Gibson (JC) 11.42; (3) Chris Car- penter (SH) 11.44+; (10) Spencer Knight (SH) 11.72". 200 - (1) deremy Derosiers (LP) 22.80; (2) Conner Gibson (JC) 23.48; (3) Gaige Ma- comber (CG) 2364; (11) Trevor Olson (SH) 25.09". 400 - (1-tie) Nick Hall (SH)+, Jeremy Derosiers (LP) 50.52; (3) Easton Curtis (S) 5124; (6) Scottie Stockman (SH) 53.67+; (8) Trever Olson (SH) 55.72+ 800 - (1) Austin Place (CG) 2:01.55; (2) Easton Curtis (S) 2:01.66; (12) Justin Webb (SH) 2:23 67". 1500 - (1) Brandon Pollard (S) 4:19.28; (2) Jakob Hiett (SH) 4:20:81;(3) Daniel Dan- forth (SH) 4:2298; (10) Justin Webb (SH) 4:5049 See Track, page 16 Form LB-1 [] Republication NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING A meeting of the Board of Directors will be held on June 11, 2012 at 7:00 pm at District Office Gilliland Cemetery. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 as approved by the Sweet Home Cemetery Maintenance District Budget Committee. A Summary of the budget is presented below. A copy of the budget may be inspected or obtained at Steven E. Hanscam, CPA, 1331 Main Street, Sweet Home between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM This budget was prepared on a basis of accounting that is consistent with the basis of accounting used during the preceding year. Major changes, if any, an d !heir effect on the budget are explained below. Courty City Date Chairperson of Governing Body LINN SWEET HOME I MAY 23, 2012 LAURA MATHER , FINANCIAL SUMMARY Anticipated Requirements Anticipated Resources i Estimated Ad Valorem Property Taxes Tax Levies By Type TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS Adopted Budget This Year - 2011-12 142,558 1. Total Personal Services 2. Total Materials and Services 3. Total Capital Outlay 4. Total Debt Service 5. Total Transfers 6. Total Contingencies 7. Total All Other Expenditures and Requirements 8_ Total Unappropriated or Ending Fund Balance 9. Total Requirements - add lines 1 through 8 10 Total Resources Except Property Taxes 11. Total Property Taxes Required to Balance Budget 12. Total Resources - add lines 10 and 11 13 Total Property Taxes Required to Balance Budget (Line 11) 14. Plus: Estimated Property Taxes not to be received A. Loss Due to Constitutional Limit B. Discounts allowed, Other Uncollected Amounts 15. Total Tax Levy - add lines 13 and 14 16 Permanent Rate Limit Levy(rate limit .2166) 17. Local Option Levy 18. Levy for Bonded Debt or Obligations I STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS DEBT OUTSTANDING l [] As Summarized Below J None 79,300 23,500 15,330 10,000 482,000 752,688 647,360 105,328 752,688 105,328 1,500 106,828 0.2166 Telephone Number 367-3786 J Approved Budget Next Year - 2012-13 136,668 87.500 31,100 15,330 10,000 523,700 804.298 697,960 106,338 804.298 106,338 1,500 107,838 0.2166 None DEBT AUTHORIZED. NOTINCURRED D AsSummerizedBelow FUNDS NOT REQUIRING A PROPERTY TAX TO BE LEVIED Form LB-2 [] Publish ONLY completed portion of this page. Total Anticipated Requirement must equal total Resources Name of Actual Data Adopted Budget Fund IRREDUCIBLE MAINTENANCE 1. Total Persona Services 2. Total Materials and Services 3. Total Capital Outlay 4. Total Debt Service 5. Total Transfers 6. Total Contingencies 7. Total All Other Expenditures and Requirements 8. Total Unappropriated or Ending Fund Balance g Total Requirements 10. Total Resources Except Property Taxes Form LB-3 Publish ONLY completed portion of this page. Name of Fund GENERAL . Total Personal Services 2. Total Materials and Services 3. Total Capital Outlay 4. Total Debt Service 5. Total Transfers 5. Total Contingencies 7. Total All Other Expenditures and Requirements 8. Total Unappropriated or Ending Fund Balance 9, Total Requirements 10. Total Resources Except Property Taxes 11. Total Prop. Taxes Received/Required to Balance 12, Total Resources (add lines 10 and 11) 13. Property Taxes Required to Balance 14 Estimated Property Taxes Notto be Received A. Loss due to ConstitutionaL, Limit B. Discounts, Other Uncolledted Amounts 15 Total Tax Levy (add lines 13 & 14) 16 Permanent Rate Limit Levy (rate l,'nit .2166) 17 Local Option Levy 18 Levy for Bonded Debt or Obligations Last Year 2010-11 8,997 This Year 2011-12 15,330 Republication Approved Budget Next Year 2012-13 15.'33o 474,423 477,000 493,700 483A20 492,330 509,030 Republication 492,330 [] Adopted Budget This Year201t-12 483,420 , r ................ FUNDS REQUIRING A A PROPERTY TAX TO BE LEVIED 509.030 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ............................................................ Actual Data Last Year 2010-11 167.145 62,618 7,817 14,817 252,392 140,613 111,779 252.392 ! 1,500 1,500 106,828 107,838 Rate or Amount Rate or Amount 0.2166 0.2166 r , ] 5,000 30,000 260,358 295,268 155,030 188,930 105,328 106,338 260,358 295,268 105,328 106,338 10,000 10,000 142,558 79,300 87,500 23,500 31,100 Approved Budget Next Year 2012-13 136,668