Newspaper Archive of
Tri-County News
Kimball, Minnesota
Lyft
June 27, 1991     Tri-County News
PAGE 11     (11 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 11     (11 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 27, 1991
 

Newspaper Archive of Tri-County News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




There shall be a charge for turning water off and turning ater on as established from time to time by resolution of the Council and the charge shall be paid before water is turned on again. Th following Council members voted in favor: Annette Liedman, Jane Pickle, Dan Konz, Don Zwilling and Mariella Arnold. The following Council members voted against or abstained: None. Whereupon the motion was declared duly passed and executed. EJfective Date. This ordinance shall be effective upon publication. Passed this 17th day of June, 1991 by the Kimball City Council. rlella Arnold, Mayor TTET: banne H. Robinson Clerk/Treasurer CITY OF KIMBALL MINNESOTA . A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of tdall, Minnesota was called to order by Mayor Arnold 7800 p.m. in the Council Chamber8 of the City Hall, Main Street, Kimball, Minnesota on June 17, 1991. The following ncll members were present: Annette Liedman, Dan Konz, Mariella nOld, Don Zwilling and Jane Pickle. following Council member8 were absents. None. tlon to adopt the following resolution was Made and seconded by Jane Pickle by RESOLUTIOH # uAs, the Legislature has repealed portions of State laws Verning dance halls; and RRAS, the City of Kimball desires to protect the public Ith, safety and welfare by regulating dance halls, b.,THEREFORE, be it resolved that: the attached Ordinance 9lating Dance Halls 18 hereby adopted. hfollowlng Council nmnbers voted in favors Annette Liedman, n Konz, Mariella Arnold, Jane Pickle and Don Zwilling. following Council members voted against or abstalnedsNone reUpon the motion was declared duly passed and executed. ORDIHANCE 7.031 rdinance amending the KiJdall City by Code repeallng nance 7.03 and establlshlng dance hall regulations. Clty Council of the City of Kimball ordains8 Section 1: Ordlnance 7.03 is hereby repealed. The repeal of Ordinance 7.03 shall be 81multaneous.with the enactment of Ordinance of 7.031, without any gap n tim e. indoors or out of doors, which is open to public Patronage and in which dancing, wherein the public may participate, is Carried on and to which admission May be had by the public by payment, directly or indirectly, of any admission fee or Price for dancing. A "public dance', a8 the term i8 used in these sections, shall mean any dance wherein the public may participate by yausnt, dlrectly or indirectly, of an admlssion fee or Price for dancing, or a fee for a membership in a club, and shall include any Manner of holdlng a dance which may be Participated in by the public through the payment of money, directly or indirectly. 8ection 3z Lmit8 Reauired. It shall be unlawful for any parson to (C0nUnued0nPage) Kimball Tri-County News--Thursday, June 27, 1991 1 1 FACTS FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES & OF HEALTH: Medicine for the Public A//erg/es Know No Season While more than 50 mil- ton Americans suffer from allergic rhinitls, or hay fe- ver, every summer, many suffer from it all year h-ound. The most common peren- nial aUergens include house dust, molds and animal dander. To avoid exposure to such allergens, use a throw rug or tile floor in- stead of carpeting and washable curtains instead of'venetian blinds. Using a dehumidifier to dry out the basement, and central air or heating, may reduce indoor mold levels. New medicines may hp ..:e wUh alk.es. A number of medimtions can also be  by a physician. Antilfistamines stop a ninny naee with minor ne Wh traditiodrugs fail, powerful anti-inflam- matory ts called  stem/ds-An nasal spray, oral or injection form--may be prescribecL A third type of enmmentisalle shets;h jectiom of a diluted emrof e sheen hp e body build  to  expomJkre. For a list of Medicine for the Public booklets, fact sheets and videotapes, write: Clinical Center Com- munications, National In- stitutss of Health, Building 10, Room IC255, Bethesda, MD 20892. Kimball Chatter MarEs Linn, Darlene end Jim McKenzie spent the weekend with family members in Wisconsin. Bob and Donna VanVleet joined them and they went to Fort Atkinsen, Wisconsin where Darlene and Donna exhibited their glass at an art and craft show. They camped tbere and stopp at the Dells on their way back to the Van Vleet home where other family members joined tbem. They  home Sunday. Hazel taylor attended the Nordstrom family picnic in mnnupo Sunday. I I OMNI TOURS OcldJw 17-20 4 D/s/3 Nights Woshington DC, Coloniol Wiiliomsl, Jomestown Fort, & Jefferson's $6o6.oe DIN. OCCOP./w/4O mlOdmm, behdm, . An . CcmchBus, w/(Xwer/GJe .Motels .AJ . emakfa .Dinners *2 Speciality Dinners: Seofood/A Torero SSSO.Oo nq,.e I, ;. s Cd 398-3420 or |98-6692 k. dlm & nlllnAlff m I CLOSE OUT SALE 10" Single Impatiens Hanging Baskets 2/$10 00 (Save $20.00) Now doing landscaping Bedding plants ' HALF PRICE or Flat for $5.00 Hoers: 10:00 e.m.. 7:00 p.m. Kimball Greenhouse 2 rules Jwtb ef lUmlJdl t.,,,, s0, s.u. Open 7 deys week. 398-7126 or 398-ROSE FREE TREE hy amy tree over $2S.00 and receive FREE s 6' SJoexJend Poplar