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Volume 2, Number 22 - August 29, 2002
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Pinedale council waives fee for Kostelc benefit

The Pinedale Town Council held a short meeting Monday night with two of its members absent: Ann Holman and Barbara Boyce.

At Mayor Rose Skinner's suggestion, the council approved conducting a study on north and south Tyler Street sidewalks, curbs and gutters.

Skinner also advised the council that the Wyoming Department of Transportation will host a "Walk Your Kid to School" program on Oct. 2 to teach students about getting to school safely. Along those lines, Council Member Miriam Carlson said she would like to see a stop sign erected on North Franklin where it intersects with Hennick Street. Because there were only three council members in attendance at the meeting, no action was taken, but it will be addressed at the next meeting.

Dawn Mitchell, representing Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, requested that the council waive its $60 fee for use of the American Legion Park for a picnic benefit to be held Sept. 5 for cancer patient Kathleen Kostelc. After some discussion about not wanting to set a precedent, the council approved waiving the fee, but only for such uses, not to include weddings and birthdays.

The council approved Mark Eatinger of Rio Verde Engineering putting out for bid the Fremont Lake waterline intake project, following the U.S. Forest Service approval of the project. Eatinger also suggested waiting until April to continue the chip seal projects.

There was a short discussion about commemorating the upcoming anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorists attacks on New York City and the Pentagon, but the council took no action.

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