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Page 8 The Times-Journal May 6, 2010 Local schools, ESD earn lottery dollars in 'Scratch-it for School' event at The Dalles Several area schools were with two other adults from selected to participate in the area TV and radio stations 14th annual Oregon Lottery and newspapers, to form a Scratch-it for Schools event four-person team. All four held April 21 at the Columbia team members scratched as Gorge Discovery Center in many Scratch-it tickets as The Dalles. they could in a specified Competing at The Dalles amount of time. At the end were representatives of the of the time, all cash prizes the North Central Education teams uncovered are the District, Grass Valley school's to keep. Elementary School and Participating for the North Fossil Elementary School, Central ESD Early Education and two schools from Hood were Natalie Wilkins, River. Charmayn Alley, Eloise Two adults from each of Mortimore and Kim the schools were partnered Williams. They scratched and earned $822 that will be $1 milfion has been awarded used to provide additional to the participating public mental health services within schools. the district's preschools to Since the Oregon Lottery address the social emotional began selling tickets on April needs of children, their 25, 1985, it has funded over families and teachers. $4 billion for public Grass Valley Elementary education. In total, the representatives Shannon Lottery has earned nearly $7 Hanson and Barbara billion for public education, Weedman earned $958 for state parks, waters aed their scratching efforts and enhancements and economic representatives of the Fossil development combined. Elementary, Nancy For more information on Greenfield, Jon McMurray, the Oregon Lottery visit Shantel Bus and Brad Sperry, www.oregonlottery.org earned $1,083 for their efforts. The two Hood River schools earned a combined Condon/ $1,969. Last year, the 75 public Wheeler Sox schools from across the state which took part in the win double- Oregon Lottery's Scratch-it for Schools event, Condon bill among them, won over $104,000. Condon earned $1,061in the event held at Pendleton last year. Since the Scratch-it for Schools program began in 1996, over for News and Advertising in the Times-Journal is 5 p,m. i Each Monday OHCS receives funding for foreclosure prevention counseling Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) recently received $284,988 to support local foreclosure prevention counseling efforts across Oregon. The boost will enable OHCS to provide more Pre-school art featured at Sherman Museum By Sherry Kaseberg North Sherman Pre- School's budding artists are opening the Sherman County Historical Museum's county artist series with a colorful month-long display. Smiles In Little League Baseball are guaranteed! action last week, the Fossil/ In a refreshing use of color Condon Majors, the Sox,and materials, their work reflects the dramatic play, art, hosted Arlington and took reading, music and both of the double-biU games, movement used in the pre- The Sox won the first game school curriculum. North 3-2, in which Beau Edwards Sherman Pre-School in hammered a triple in the Wasco provides a quality, bottom of the fifth inning, low-cost preschool experience The Sox also won the in a creative environment of nightcap 19-3. A homerun by learning, growing and having Cade Maclrmes in the bottom fun. of the fourth inning brought There is no admission fee the game to an early end. for this display. The museum Coach Lee Homer is in downtown Moro is open pleased with the progress of daily May through October his team. from 10 until 5. "They are starting to show For more information what they got," Coach Homer about the exhibit or the said. museum call, 541-565-3232. counseling to homeowners in danger of foreclosure. Counseling referrals are made through Oregon SafeNet, 1-800-723-3638. The grant to support OHCS's foreclosure intervention efforts was provided by funds from the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program. The initial funding was provided by Congress in the FY08 Consolidated Appropriations Act. Additional funding was provided through the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, the Omnibus Appropriations Act of 2009, and the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2010. Oregon Housing and Community Services is the state's housing finance agency and community services program administrator. The department provides financialand program support to create and preserve opportunities for quality, affordable housing serving Oregonians of lower and moderate income, and administers federal and state antipoverty, homelessness prevention and intervention, energy assistance and community service programs. For more information about OHCS programs, se the web site www.ohcs.oregon.gov/. Legal Notice i ....................... j ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ FoRM .......... ~ NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING Li34 .................... i u mm .................................................... i 300 ParkAve, Spray, OR 97874 between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pro. Th s bud~etwas prepared on i a basis of accounting that is con sistent'with the basis of accountin9 used during the preceding year. i Major changes, if any, and their effect on the budget, are explained below. This budqet Is for: Annual Period ................................................. ic:, ................................................................. ......... }Wheeler JSpray /Mayor Bobby E Adams1541-468-2069 i FINANCIAL SUMMARY .......... i--l.ch~.t~.b=.'~.~a~ ............................................................................................................................... ~7!~..!}Y~!##! .................................. ~9.~'Xe~!.!}b!~!~.~ ................... budget only has Dee fund TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS Current Year 2009 -10 Upcoming Year- 2010-11 44,620 1. Total Personal Services ................................................. 2 70!~lM~r!a~ anaS~e#ies ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ....... ......................... 3..~:g~! C~p~a! out!~7. :..:.::: ::....:...:: ..::..:: ............ ::.=.:.: ................... ..:: ...::....: ...... ..... A~!ci.poted , 4t 1~9[ Debt Se[viRe :.... : :::,: . ::: :.....;.,::: ...:.....: ,....=:......: .....: :: ..: ..... .Requirements 5 TotalTransfers . . .... 6 TotelC0ntingenc.ies ....:::.:.::.:..:. 8 Total Unappropriated and Reserved for Future Expenditure,. 9 focal Requicemen~ - add Line8 1 through 8 .................. ................. 10 Tote!Rest~[e.s.Exept..l~rope[tz.Taxes :.: :.:.:..:.::._::.=.'c:.=:=:,::: A~!iPate~..! ~...~P~a! R[~er[~/"[a~e.s.l~!m~.e~.!._l~e Race!zeal..::..::: :::..:::...:: ....... Resources 12 Total Resource~ - add Lines 10 and 11 .......... 13: Total PEpperty Tax~s.E~!f~~ted !o be R~e!y~a (lipe.!l) ............ ....~!~.. [!4: .P!~: (~!m~.~.o~er[z.T~.~.~V..P.~.~~iz~..:...:.:. ............. Ad ValorernA. LoBs Due to Constitutional Limits ........................... Property Taxes e. Discounts AUowed, Other UncoIlecte~ Amounts ........ ....... ~ 15. Total Tax Levied ..................................................... 140,599 1,334,921 52,794 49,534 21,150 5,379 1,648,997 1,588,752 60,245 1,648,997 60,245 iii!i!ii![iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii ii 3,500 5,519 42~980 86~633 88~000 52~794 39~794 16,294 11~796 277J91 60,500 338~2Sl 60 500 3,500 5~264 69,264 66~64 Rate orAmount Rate orAmount 6.0888 6.0888 36,559 STATEMENT OFINDEBTEDNESS 36,559 Debt Outstanding I ..Debt Author!zeal, Not Incurred ........... ............... F1~o~e ............................................................... EI~;~~t~;~iT~rGio~ "'" [ ................... i-li4one ................................................... I~fi:'~a~i;~'~ ............ PUBLISH BELOW ONLY IF COMPLETED Long-Term Debt Estimated Debt Outstanding atthe Estimated Debt Authorized, Not tneurred atthe Beginning of the Budget Year Beginning of the Budget Year July 1,2010 July 1. 2010 ,3nds:.: ...... :....:.. ........ 35,405 891,000 Interest Bearing Warrants ........ Other .............................. Total Indebtedness ...... 35,405 891,0~0 i--,,-=n='M ............. i ................................................................................................... FUNDS NOT REQU R NG A LB-2 PROPERTY TAX TO BE LEVIED Publish ONLY completed portion of this page Total Requirements [line 9) must equal Total Resources (line 10) Name of Fire Department Fu,itd Total Personal Services ........................................... 2. Total Nleterials and Services ..................................... 10. %otnl Resources Exce~ ProperW Taxe~ .................. ......... Act Da!a ............... Prior Year 2008-09 .......... ......... Current Year 2009-10 ........ A . r0ved..E3.u.c! et ........ Next Year 2010-11 149 330 336 7,289 17,510 15,270 30,000 -2,963 100 4,475 4,475 N.ame o..f. ............................................................................................................ Act.ua@.!..a.. ........... Street Fund Prior Year 2008-09 1,358 7,796 -503 8,651 8,651 1. Total Personal Services ........................................... 2. Total Materials and Services ..................................... 3. ;T~} ~a! ut~ ............................................................................................. 8. Total Unappropriated / Reserved for Future Expenditure t 0 Total Resources Eoept Property Taxee ..................... Name of Water Fund .... Actual Data ....... Prior Year 2008-09 6,009; 11,819 3,162 5,231 !iiiiiiiiiiiii]iiiiiiiiii]iiiiiiiiiiiii]iiii!!iii!i]iiiiiiiiiiiiii 14,221 17,940 17~940 ......... ....... Current Year 2009-10 1. Total Personal Services .................................. 2. Total Materials and Services ..................... 9:0t ! .............. .. .... 4:Tc a!t e ser !ce ........ : ...................... ::::: ............. ::::: 5, Total Transfers ...................................................... rnt~.!cr~OgencieS:::::::. :::.::::: ::: ::: ::..::: ::: 8. Total Unappropriated ;Reserved for Future Expenditure 10. Total Resources Except Property Taxes ..................... 2,970 9,715 15~000 27,685 27,685 ...... Ad0p~e_d Bu~..d~e! .... Current Year20[~10 45,600 45,60~ ..... (~[~pro.yed B...._....ud e~__ Next Year 2010'-11 40,442 40,442 2,77~ 8J27 20,00[ 31,497 31,497 .. A_pproved Bud~at Next Year 2010-11 7,150 8,35( 16~400 ... 16,60( 24~148 7,00[ 5,231 6~829 10,231 3,90~ 6~0013 51,t~9 51,089 ........ ........ Next Year 2010-11 5,231 5,231 5.231 4,224 63,982 63,982 Na."e.! ............................................................................................................... Ac!.ua! 0ata .......................... A 0 !ed E ud e! .......... Debt Sewice Fund Prior Year 2008-09 Current Year 2009-10 4,: .T.~a!~D.e~seryi. c~e:::-:::::: .: .,,::;:::v::- ,::-:: :::.. 5,231 5 231 !'+.l'..~.a!.~qu.ir.em.~.(~Ik~. ...~:e):::.'-'::'"'"::" 5,231 5,231 10.. Total Resources Except Property Taxes .................... 5,231 5,231 Name of Actual Data .......... Ad.0.~tel~,..E~ud~e~ ................. ~,p.l~roved.Bu.d~et ......... LCDC Fund 2. Total Materials and Services ..................................... 6:..T~..co~!e~. ........................................................ : .......................... I. T~tl lititNil~Mnent~ (~tld Ilnee 1- I). ................... 10. Total Resource,, Except Pr~ Tpx~a~ .................... Name of lllusuem Fund 1 Totat Per~-ol~l Services ........................................... 2. Total M~terlels and Services ..................................... 3: Tot~C~al O~.~.le~_:.=. ............................................ S:..T~C.~.~ ............................... : .................................................. 8. Total Unop~opriated / Reserved for Future Expenditure Prior Year 2008-09 Current Year 2009-10 Next Year 2010-11 iii~iiiiU ii!!iiiiiiiiiiIiiiiiiii i~iiii~il i iiHiH ! !i 135 1,000 1,135 135 135 1,t35 lr135 135 1,135 1,135 Prior Year 2008-09 ....... e.d JTu.d.. _et ............. A p.rov..e.d ....... Current Year 2009-10 Next Year 2010-11 1,220 330 2,130 588 2,180 2,410 4,724 27,000 684 3,804 I. Total Requiremem= (add ,nee I - I) ..................... 6.532 6.314 32,224 10. Totel Resources Exce~ Property Texss ..................... 6,532 6,314 32,224 Name of River Front Park Fund 1. Total Pereonat Services ........................................... 2. Tot~ M~er'k~ and Sefvioes ..................................... ........... Prior Year 21~8-09 B. u.c! ............... AJTitr. Current Year 2009-10 Next Year 2010-11 493 1,540 3,80 5,678 7,200 7,20C ....................... . ....... ....................... . ......................... ................................................... . ............. B. Totat Unoppropdated t Reserved for Future Expenditure I. T~JI lillirmnentli (add ltr~I 1 - I), .................... I0. Total Resources Except Property Taxes ..................... Name of Wastewater Fund il. Total Personal Servces ........................................... 6,489 4,00C 7,742 14." 13,913 15,229 15,14~ 13,913 15.229 15.14" Current Year 2009-10 Next Year 2010-11 Actual Data Prier Year 2008-09 21,400 13,10( [2. Total Matedets end Services ..................................... 15. Total Transfers ...................................................... ",.6.'.. T,~~et c o~...~,e .~ie~.s.._....~._:: ,...._:, ......:::: ...: ........_:.:::=.. ::::. ::../.= i8. Totet Ltnl~propriated/Reserved for Future Expenditure ii~iiiiiiii.~iiiiiiiii )!i Ni!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii ,.. iiiiilili!iiiirl ........ 69,463 18,17E 1,302,682 28,563 13~56" 9,562 10,00[ 2,95" lie. Totel Reeources Except Property Taxes ..................... 1 50-5B4-073-3 (Rev 12109) i 0 1,431,590 57~79; 1,431,590 57J9: iFORM ................. F...... U ND..$ R E..9.U I~RIN. G. A_ .......................................................... i LB-3 PROPERTY TAX TO BE LEVIED i Pul01ish ONLY completed portion of this pe~le. i NIme of Actual Oata i ................................................................................................................................................................................................... iGeneral Fund , Prior Year2008-09 i.?..:..?:~.Per~.s~ ................ ::.:.., .............. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: t o,832 12. Total Metedets and Services .................................. 9.194 p .......................................................................................................... [3. T~al Cep~M Outley .............................................. 322 L~:.5.~_TZ_~_~.~r.~=...... :.::.::..:=.:. ............... ::.=. ............ i6: T'~'~ ~. ............... ............... ::..::::: ............................ ..... ~10. Total Resourcee Excerpt Property Taxes ................. 17,115 37,463 9,g31 ............ ........... Current Year 2009-10 10,900 17,131 5,564 4O0 1,4 5 35,470 9,225 ......... ........... Next Year 2010-11 12,500 17,115 16,000 1,702 3,700 51,017 24,5t7 i11-~~_ope~' Taxe~_ ..Eat'~ed to Be...Re.~ved::::;:::: ::: 27,532 26,245} 26,500 i111. Total Relourcee (add line~ 11 end tl) .............. ~ 37,463 35 4701 5t 017 i~.3:. Pr~.~z .T.ax~'...~.~.to.~.~.~!~.~.~ ~.k: ..... [:t~.:. T~=.~x.L~ ................... .................................. ............. .::::. 16. Permanent Rate Limit Levy (rate limit 6.0888) .... ........................................................................................................................ Actu !. ................... Wa~tewater Debt Service Fund Prior Year 2008-09 4. Total Debt Servtce ............................................... g-..Z*t~ ~m .(i.h=.t :=!'=~.'"::::~-:"-- , o I0 ~Resoor_~pr. o~dy Taxes .................. 11. Property Taxes EsCmeted to Be Received ................ 1.4:..E=~ ~:oper~'Caxe~. N~.t.o..~ .Re~a ................. A. Loss Due to Constitutional Limit ......................... B. DiBcouote, Obher Uncollected Amounte ......... , ..... 16:Satal Ta* Le*,d ........... --"---- 7------':---::: .18. Lew for Bor~.'d Sel~ er Ol~l~lleas ...................... Published May 6, 2010 0 ::JiiI~i~!iii~iiiiili,iIilili~!iii!i~i~i[~iiii~iiliiiliii!~I ~U~i.Uk~.?~iIiiib]i.i.i i.i.i.~i.i~ I iii qi iiItllililit ii'ii[i!i~ i~ililii~i i~!;iIi~iiiiliii!i!i!]i~!i~iiit i~iJ ~iitiiiiiililliii~l iHIi!!!!ii i)!ii ............ ...................... .......... Current Year 2009-10 Next Year 2010-11 47,563 47,563 47,563 47,563 13,563 13,563 34,000 34~000 47,563 47r563 34,000 34,00C iii!ilii!!i !iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii iiiiiiii!iliIiiiiiiiii iiliiiii IiiiiiI!IilillIIilililiI!IlfiiliilIiiililfilIIilIii!IliiHII o ol 2,559 2,559I ,559! 36,559 Rate or Amo~ Rate or Amount 36559 36559~ TJ/91 Legal Notices,.,are the public's avenue to knowledge about the decisions, activities and budgeting processes of public bodies- bodies that are supported through tax dollars. They tell when, where and why public meetings and hearings will be held, and are an invitation to the public to participate and be knowledgeable. II I I I I I I = I = I I I ii I I II I