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il Tf r. - May 30, 2012 OUR COM/HUNITV Page 7 I Town From page 6 Gerig is owner of Bob Gerig Con- struction and Dale Foust is an es- timator for Economy Supply / Ace Hardware in Lebanon. For further informationm con- tact Bill Pavlisick at (541) 619- 7638. Local Field Day to focus on goats A Dairy Goat Field Day, of- fered by the OSU Extension Ser- vice and focusing on small-scale goat dairying and cheese making, will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 6, at Fraga Farm in Sweet Home. The event will be hosted by Jan and"Larry Nielsen who own and operate the organic goat dairy and cheese processor, located at 28580 Pleasant Valley Road. Cost is $50 per person or $75 for a cou- ple registering together and sharing resource materials. Space is limited to 10 participants. Register at http://extension.or- egonstate.edu/benton/smallfarms/ events or at 4077 SW Research Way in Corvallis. For more infor- mation call (541) 766-3556. American Man deadline June5 The deadline to submit nomi- nation forms for the fifth annual Honoring the American Man Din- ner and Recognition is June 5. Any man nominated will be honored. He may be a boss. pastor, neighbor, cousin, husband, boy- friend, etc. This man will be rec- ognized for who he is and what he does. This is not exclusive to vet- erans: we encourage recognition of all men. The event will be held June 23 at the Sweet Home Veterans Club. It is open to all and the public is en- couraged to submit a man&apos;s name for recognition and awards. To pick up a nomination form. please contact the Sweet Home Veterans Club at (541) 367-4435, stop by Trash to Treasure at 1023 Main St. or contact Nancy Patton at (541) 409-4276. Living Well class starts Tuesday A free six-week Living Well with Chronic Conditions workshop will take place Tuesdays, starting June 5. from l to 3:30 p.m. at the Lebanon Senior Center. 80 Tan- gent Street. There will be no class on July 3. The workshop is open to anyone with ongoing health con- ditions, including arthritis, diabe- tes. high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, heart disease, multiple sclerosis. Parkinson's or chronic pain. You will learn many new skills to help you manage your condition and do the things you enjoy. All participants will also receive the companion book. "LiV- ing a Healthy Life with a Chronic Condition." Each workshop will include Meals on Wheels weekly .menu Meals on Wheels, also known as Your Table or Ours, offers lunch at the Sweet Home Community Center to seniors over 60 at noon on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. The Senior Center serves a sep- arate lunch on Wednesdays. Suggested donation is $3.50. -All meals are served with milk, cof- fee or tee upon request and diabetic desserts are available on request. The lunch menu on Friday, June 1, is turkey a la king with rice or Ba- varian beef stew, mixed vegetables, spinach Romaine salad, white din- ner roll and fresh watermelon. The menu for Monday, June 4, is oriental rice with turkey ham or chicken pomodoro, peas and car- rots, spinach Romaine salad, French roll and spiced apples. The menu for Tuesday, June 5, is Waikiki chicken or Swedish meat- balls, creamed potatoes, country trio vegetables, wheat bran bread and fresh orange. For more information, call (541) 367-8843. City consicv00rs new rules for lights By Sean C. Morgan Of The New Era The Sweet Home Planning Commission is developing a new ordinance to control lighting in residential areas. "The issue came up in the community when some people were concerned about their neighbors' lights coming onto their property," said Laura West- meyer, planning assistant. The proposal will be almost entirely new, although the city does have regulations governing lighting in commercial and in- dustrial zones for new develop- ments. Right now, the city has no ordinances preventing residents from shining lights onto their neighbors, Westmeyer said. Residents are complaining about intense lights shining on their homes at late hours. The Planning Commission has met twice to begin develop- ing a proposed ordinance, and it will meet again on June 4 to con- Pinot www.marksridfe.com r               91 'CHICKEN STRIP ( ( A tE C ' INCLUDES FRIES & A ORJNKExpires6f10/12 ii m  @,. ! '' '  I < 'i":; I i, I POLAR SWIRL $2.49 / REESE S I M&M I OREO ] BUTrERFINGER ,o,ol MA,_N sdafTj 54j.3..67.J823 2' "'2"  Mon-Thursday 7am -2:30pm Fr| - Sun 6am - 2:30pm Umit 1 coupon ioe table Coupon requ red * Expres 6/6] 2 C A F E 1333 Main Sfreet. Sweet Home, OR . 541-367-0433 tinue. The first meeting was used to get up to speed on how other jurisdictions handle lighting in residential areas, Westmeyer said. At the second meeting, the commission looked at a prelimi- nary draft. "We looked at definitions, which can be tricky," Westmeyer said. The commissioners have looked at everything from cutoffs to the angle of light and the plane of the fixture. They've also looked at how to measure the light, she said. Watts don't work because light intensity is different with differ- ent types of light sources. Rather, the city will use "lu- mens" and will add a reference to" help residents relate them to vari- ous types of lighting. The commission also looked at exceptions to the rules, West- meyer said. Some residents have U.S. flags, which etiquette re- quires to be lighted at night. Others use lights for safety purposes. Churches, schools, events and athletic fields will probably be excepted from the ordinance. The ordinance also will not address street lights, Westmeyer said. Westmeyer expects to have a draft ready this week for Planning Commission review this coming Monday, June 4. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. in the City Halt Annex in the council chamber. After that, the Planning Commission will return to the proposed ordinance in August, said Community Development Director Carol Lewis. She expects that the ordi- nance may be in front of the City Council for final approval possi- bly by the end of the year, Lewis said. The Planning Commission will need to hold a public hear- ing. Then the ordinance will move to the council for a public hearing, and after three readings of the ordinance, the council can adopt the ordinance. [LUNCH SPECIALS I [$4.95; ] IMA'S RESTAURANT I I 4219 Highway20, Sweet Home, Ill mm lib BIB Nil ml BIB ml Ill mm Im mm mm BIB lib BIB . . ? : + FREE McGriddlesl . Breakfast Sandwich i of equal or lesser value I I ' with purchase of anyl " McGriddles Breakfast Sandwich I I Home, OR McDonald's. i1{ I iNot valid with any other offer, discount, coupon or ':!/I 7] si I lineal. Limit one coupon per person per visit. 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