not know what Senate

grant funds for the project. Rich

Evans, organizer of the

fall 2013 Kite Festival sponsored

by St. Martin’s Church, located at

the corner of Nuangola Road and

Church Road told the board

that they had received a

grant to expand

marketing the Kite Festival

for 2014. Proceeds of the festival will

be used for seed

money for a scholarship fund.

Evans askedthe board to consider

a donation of $

1,500 for infrastructure for the event, since

half of the proceeds

from the event

will go into their

scholarship fund. The Kite Festival will

take place in late September or early October

in 2014 on a Saturday.

Chief Franks reported that there were 344

incidents in the month of January;

94 complaints; seven accidents; 16 assist; one

traffic; two non-

to the public at the February

meeting, but the board approved the payments

when the new treasurer begins work.

The bill list will be available at

the March meeting. Rice Continued from

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notices must have phone numbers.less in

sales taxes than a family

of five, who would be spending more.

Also, the disposable income that will

go to families as a result of

the elimination of property taxes will

increase dramatically; 70 percent

of the property tax cut

will go to individuals,” asserts Gene.

If anyone wants to get

involved, there is a statewide

coalition website,realreform76. com.This

website can answers to questions

taxpayers may have about

Senate Bill 76. “ Fortunately,

State Senators Lisa Baker and John

Yudichak from our area are

in support of Senate Bill

76. State Representatives Gerald Mullery

representing part of Mountaintop