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- Active ,0 Caress Strips rm Soap $199'b00 . $199 Page 6 mMnullHumMMMMMMMmm -- New --= u -- m m UHuummgulugnmuuummuuuMmnmnmmHmmHnmmnunml i y i 18-16 OZ. E _--__ Burl Trash - Plast.c Bags rlnkl: g 39 Gal., 33 Gal. ,20-30 Gal. Cups 88 City Minutes March 22, 1994 The Board of Aldermen of the City of Clarendon met in regular session on March 22, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room, city Hall Members present: Mayor pro-tern Bobble Kidd, Aldermen Delmar Wiggs, McKinley Smith, _ Mac Stavenhagen, and David Pitts. Members absent: Mayor Steve Smith. Others present: City _ Secretary Sue Howard, Mary Linn ___ Bills, Ernie Johnston, Dortha Me- Nutt from Yesterday's Children, --- Kay Miller, and Paul Beeldaam with Cable TV. IVtinutes of the March 8,1994,  meeting were read, and upon a mo- tion by Alderman McKinley Smith, seconded by Alderman Delmar Wiggs, said minutes were ap- proved. Motion carded. Mary Linn Bills gave the Library report. Motion was made by Alderman McKinley Smith, seconded by Alderman Mac Stavenhagen, to extend the library hours from 35 hours per week to 44 hours per week with no increase in -- the cost of salaries. Motion ear- fled. Ernie Johnston gave a report on the Solid Waste Recycling School in Lubbock he attended last week. _ Motion was made by Alder- man David Pitts, seconded by _ Alderman Mac Stavenhagen, to pass a resolution authorizing the _ submission of a grant application to the Texas Natural Resource Con- - servation Commission. Motion carried. . REOLUTION ._ A RESOLUTION BY THE 100 ct. i Forest oo  o,, Sweet = oco,= Paper  = OF CLARENDON, TEXAS, -' AUTHORIZ/NG THE SUB/dIS- - & Low I SION OF A GRANT APPLICA- TION TO THE TEXAS i NATURAL RESOURCE CON- SERVATION COMMISSION (TNRCC) AND DESIGNATING $149 THE CITY SECRETARY TO SERVE AS THE CITY'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND REPRESENTATIVE IN ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO H THIS APPLICATION. :m: WHEREAS, the TNRCC has established a program called Thursday, April DOROTHY MCNUTr ud Bobble Kidd, Mayor Pro-tern April 11-16 Circus Week. WHEREAS, the City Coun- cil of the City of Clarendon believes that as landfilling costs escalate in order to fulfill the compliance re- quirements of Subtitle D, the In- clusion of alternative waste han- dling practices into the City's solid waste management system will be- come an effective means of curbing increases in residential solid waste fees; and WHEREAS, the City Coun- cil of the City of Clarendon believes that programs which target the diversion and collection of materials for recycling will enable the City to control solid waste costs in the future while moving toward the TNRCC's goals of Clean Cities 2000; and WHEREAS, a cooperative, multi-jurisdictional recycling pro- gram will also benefit the City's neighboring communities in Sub- regional Planning Area 5 of the Texas Panhandle; and WHEREAS, funds are now available through the TNRCC's Clean Cities 2000 Community Waste Reduction and Recycling Grant Program which could be used to assist in the establishment of a multi-jurisdictional, recycling program that would serve several municipal governments in Sub- region 5. NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Council of the City of Clarendon, Texas: 1. That an application is . currence and Cities of Hedley and will serve as the lead agent and for this project. 3. That should tion be Hedley mutually acceptable 4. That the support of this grant period has 5. That every made to invite from the other Subregion 5 not eally the project proposed  plication. PASSED PROVED 1994. Kidd City ot Clarendon Paul Beckham that he works for out Kay Miller is the Cable' sentative in was taken. Dortha Circus coming to town 1994. Mayor Pro-tem signed a Proclamation a the Circus Week hereby authorized to be filed through April 16 Clean Cities 2000 which is intend- with the Texas Natural *  of the Allen Bros "k Ta'll II/' 1 4   ggg ing to promote the voluntary in-  ........ c',mservation Commis .... " ............ -" stitution of mtmidlml programs in  : ...... . . inere oemg no a3K,,lllllk,, __ _  ...t ...... ,..,-._ ..... _r_ ,-a saol top,blishamulti- ness at this time, nuatj , '"" IIm 1  u,utu.-uu,u-,.uumtnuu jurisdictional recycling program byAldermanDavi, lPi waste being landfilled m Texas by p m Subregion 5 of the Texas an - In toncav. ,Kevlon _ 50 percent by the Year 2000; and ban,n, . - by Alderman Mac St,- - 1]t_LS.,b,tUk.,PRV'W'  .. i ,'-- aajourn. Mouon(an rar e IResults - ___- ,.. 39 !S200 E V I V A 10 oz. $- 2 1 = mm u,mm, = FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH _ lim IHHI lillillllmlllllllllllillllllllllllH mE __ Eq "" "n""+- CLARENDON, TEXAS Health Mart u.,.,. APRIL 10- 13 . $1 99 Listerine | 32 oz. [ x .... -----= SUNDAY: 10"55AM; 7:00  _ ol... = ;  Ut- | WEEKDAYS:_, = Prayer Meeting 12:25 PM i , Senior Citizen Discount , Health Mart Clarendon, TX 79226 , Health Smart 874-3740 Open 8-6 Weekdays, 9-5 Saturdays (Pharmacy 9-2) 200 S. Kearney (At the traffic light) (following lunch ) Evening services 7:30 Nig Evangelist: Robed Helsley Music Evangelist: Johnny Wo Everyone Welcome