The Huntley Farmside
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^e HUNTLEY ^"«rfe VOLUME 14 — NUIVIRER |i THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 197.1 — PHONE — *69-562l — If No Answer 4S9-099H or 459-1456 PO 192 }!U*JTLEY, n.L > -,. ,\,,:^>; 10 PAGES "BE SLRE lOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD' — David Cirockett 10 cents per copj 4-H Members Nominated As Queen Candidates These are amoof, the elite of McHenry County 4-H members (his year, nominated es queen candidates. Winners will be crowned Thursday night August ? at tiie McHenry C«B*ty Fnir. From left: linda Rich, Cidhy KetuiM, NiiDcy Kopsetl, Cathy Welia, atid Sw» Bortiail Ahtei^ from plioto: Laurie SUvetelg. (Don Teasley PtMto) Village Board Meeting One of the longest meetings in the history of the Hmrtley Village Board wav held last Thursday evening June 7th. The meeting lastwl fjpm a little bit before S p.m. until well after midnighit. Most Village Board meet¬ ings in the past have been com¬ pleted by 10 p.m. A complete slate oif village of¬ ficials were present. They irtcluded Pre-;ident Enstrom, Clerk Enstrom, Trustees Ackman, Zimmerman, Cole, Franks. Stroupe and Manning. At¬ torney Wm. Caldwell represented the firm of Caldwell, Bemer and Cald¬ well at tJte meeting. Following routine business the min¬ utes, treasurers report and paying of bills, the board recognized Mr. Randy Woodman and hLs father of the engineering ficm of Baxter and Woodmian. The engineers discussed the sewer problems and excess wa¬ ter in llic Villasp of Huntley. The hoard aki'.h-rizcd the men, subject to the approval of the sewer com- rnifieo and the villajre attorney, lo make surveys with a television com¬ pany cf (lunllcy's sanitary scwer. 1 ho purpose of the survey is to de¬ termine if Iho .sanitiiry sewer is hioki'n thus admitting excess suttface nlci. At times of peak rains the tiiuitary sewer has backed up in<.o ni; ny ^honies brcaij^JC d rain water whicih over loads the .sewer disposal pl;int causing the backup. The fwt>- posal whioh the firm will present to the committee will irkclude going into resident's houses and checking to sec if fcotirtg drains and sump pumpw are hooked into the ssinitary sewer. The l)oard also ueceived a request from Dean's Milk Company for dty waiter. Baxter and Woodman were instructed to draw plans for the renovation of the old well complete with chlorinatjon facilities. It is esti¬ mated that Dean's will use 65,000 Sjallons of water per day. The pre¬ sent tank is designed to handle 30O,- Contlnued on Page Two VILLAGE BOARD MEETING Village Board Minutes Kiciard Enstrom, Clerk June 7, 1973 Minutes - Franks and Zimmerman Treasurer - Zimmerman and Franks Bills • Ackman and Manning Mr. Woodman of Baxter & Wood¬ man were present and explained the process with • t'ne sewer treat¬ ment plant in getting approval. A motion was made by Frank and sec¬ onded by Stroupe authorizing Bax¬ ter A Woodman to inspect the Sew¬ er System in the Village of Hunt¬ ley. Moticm carried. A motion was made by Stroupe and seconded by Frank authorizing Baxter & Woodman to give a rate study of our sewer & water rates not to exceed $3,000.00 and to put No. 2 well in working order again. Motion carried. A motion was nvade by Zimmer¬ man and seconded by Cole allowirvg Dean Milk co. to us;' the Villages wacr as per rate. Mof.on carried. Mis-s Cn>wlcy and .Mrs. Ccnley wrre present. Mi>;.; C:rowlcy was c-iH'Cined about Mr. K Bakley with his equipment :ind fume:? and also sbout him moving his fonice closer 10 hrr. As he is out >' the village limit* she was instnictcd to contact tho county. Mrs. Conley was con¬ cerned ahcirt a broken tile on her property. It was decided that it was an old farm tile not t'l-e Villages. Mr. Connerly representing Mr. Mefhan stated that his client had erred and was going to have his property rezoned as soon •as possible and aiat the village stated that it should be plotted as well. A motion was nr*ade by Cole and seconded hy Stroupe not permitting Mejihan to continue to kMjdld until he is rezoned. Motion carried. A motion was made by Frank and seconded hy Zimmerman authoriz- inz Mr. Caldwell to represent the Village in tax objeotior, case. Mo¬ tion carried. Continued on Page Three VILLAGE BOARRD MINUTES School Board Meeting hv Ann Mueller The regular monthly Boar^ cf F.ducatitm meeting of School District No I5« was held in the high school building on June 7, 1973. Mr. Jirik, Mr. Stading, Mrs. Jones, Mr. Brettschneider, Mr. B«»d, Mr. 7iller fmd Mr. Adams all answered roll call, with no board members ab¬ sent. Mr. Marks aod Mr. Lincoln of the Sctiool administration were also present. The mimites of last month's meet¬ ing were approved witfo no correc¬ tions or addhioas. Ttue bills to be paid were discuss¬ ed, afterwhidv Mr. Stading moved to approve them, Mrs. Jones second¬ ed it and the bills were URanimousty approved. The bills amounted to $25,229.06. , At this podnt, tht boanl recognized Mr. Jim O'Hara in regards to a Basic Skills dass at Huntley High 5»chcoI. This class would be for stu¬ dents who have some learning dis¬ ability and who need a little extra tutoring to keep up with their regu¬ lar clavses. The class would not on¬ ly stress individuality, but would al¬ .so incourage group interaction for concept conversation for a compre¬ hensive prngram. T'he class size would average .«ax to eight situdents with a limitation of 15.. The amademic areas that would N; taught in the Basic Skills iMt> gram would be reading, language arts, £uithmetic, socdal studies and pre-voc«tional orientation. Mr. O'Hara stated that the bene- fits of having a class like this at Huntley High School instead of send¬ ing the students to the Woodstock High School instead of sending tfce students to the Woodstcxat High Sctiool woul dbe that the students could stay ift their own school dis¬ trict. It was abo determined that although the class would cost the school district approximately $5,350, there would be a savings of an ap¬ proximate $18,000. The figure for Continned on Page Three SCHOOL BOARD 4 Additional Firemen Needed ^eeting July 2 Huntley Fire Chief, Phil Freund, announced today that 4 additional firemen are needed ta txxist the department to 28 men. Me stated that a meeting will be held on Monday, July 2 at 7:00 P.M. for approximately V4 hour. Anyone wishing to become a Arenvan shoul.t Chief Freund sUted that in the near future Huntley will have a Resque Squad. He said he Ihoped by fall. He said men interested in filling tho four positions on the departmen.': should first be interes: in being firemen and secondly interested in the resque squad. Notice to Dog Owners The Village of Huntley gives Not¬ ice that the Dog Ordinance will be inforced as of Mooday, June 18, 1973. Under ttie ordirvance dogs may not run loose within the village Mmita and miBt be csnfined to the owners property. Violatois of the Ordin¬ ance are subject to a fine. Lions Club Annual Chicken Bar-B-Que Father's Day, June 17th, the Hunt¬ ley Lions Club will hold its Annual Chicken Barbecue at the Huntley Firetxim. This dinner is the organi- zatica's pimiary money-makiitg' pro- Continued ea Page Three LIONS BAR-B-QUE JK. Borhart Huntley Queen Karen B«>rhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delwhi Boihart, was selected last Tuesday by members of tbe Huntley Lions Club to represent Huntley io the Miss MrHenry County contest held at tbe McHenry County Fair in August. Club membeis had a choice between Miss Borhart nd Linda Thorstensen for the honor. Pictui«d abo%t are; Helm Thurow, Huntley Uons President; Mls« Berhari; Mias TborsteiMea; Miss Iind* Koch, a former Huntley Queen; and Cburch Ruth, Lions Chairman of the osatest Off To Boy's State Kurt Habbley, son cf Mr. aad Mrs. Clifford Habbley, HtmtRy; aid Kevin Kamphauben, Huntley, have been selected to attend the Ameri¬ can Legion's Pretroer Boy's Stele week of activities to be held at Springfield. June 24-30. Bob Schultz, Legion Cdtaunander, and LeRoy Marks, Boys State Chair¬ man pose with the two boys. The Hutirtley Umt^ Amerioan Leg¬ ion Auxiliary, is spoosoring Kurt; The Huntley American Le^on Ptost 673 is sponsoring: Kevin. The Boy's State program is a com¬ pressed course in practical govern¬ ment set up to help develop youth In constructive attitudes toward the Amerioan form of democracy. Sel¬ ection of boys to the program are made from local high schools through local Amerioan Legioa Posts.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
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