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^« HUNTLEY '^'^^ VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 4S THURSDAY, JANUARY U, 1972 MMC» . ¦ Nt FRkVK PARISEK PO- 190- HOHTLEy, ILL t PAGBS 'BBstnatYou — OatM Ciaitkaa Htmtley Park Board News MINUTES OF THE REGULAR mketim: of tns huntley PABKINSnUCT The n«ular me^iing of the Huhtr ky Paric Distriot Board was held on Wednesday, December 22nd. 1971 at 8:00 p.m. Tbe meeting was oalied to onler by PoesUtent Pariaek. with Ooromlssionen Maduben, Parisek, Ream and Tures preseat and CommteibMr Deicke absent' The Stcretary was asked to read ttie minutes of the previous medtr ing of 11-24-71, after which a mo¬ tion was made by Mr. Tures, second¬ ed by Mr. Mackeben, to approve the minutes as read. All Oommdssioners voted aye and the motion carried. The Treasurers report was then presented showing a balance in the checking account of $30,738.28. A motion was made l>y Mr. Mackeben seconded by Mr. Ream to accept the report as read. All Oommissioners voted aye and Use npoit was filed for audit. The President then presented the nwj^ly bills for paymemt «fteti whdh a motton was made by Mr. Mackebett, seconded by Mr. Tutes, to pay oU bills as presented. Upon rofl atk aH Oommiaginnera voted aye aad iht motkn dmtod. Hm. Mr. TttTM reppftol oi|,;W» iavMtiattioa iiite> tha^-yaiiMMM^ plsnttng more trees and^MiMM landscape pbnniDg. mmiti^hti to two difTerent arcUteots he 8ug> geatod tbat we lnvit«ithem to iheei with the board at tha next rc«ulap meetfaic to discuss their views on our particular landsoape needs and preseat their MivMule plans and fees. It was also suggesrtied thait ihey be taken through the park as soon as it can be arranged so they can farm their landaoaping ideas before meeting with the boaid. Nest Mr. Parisek asiced that Mr. Scheflow be asked to aittend the next meetine: and biteg along the preliminary iiians for the garage- storage building. The board being in agreement, the Secretary was asked to get in touch witii Mr. Scheflow and convay the boards wishes. Their l>cing no further business to come before tfae boiard a motion was made by Mr. Tores, seconded by Mr. Ream, to adjouvL The meet¬ ing was so adjourned at 9:15 p.m. with Meiry Christmas laod Happy New Year wished by aU. Carol WeMcb Secntaiy School Calendar Jan. 13 — st Pats, HooM, Grade School. Jan. 14 — HampsUre • Home. Jan. 14 — Semester Ends. Jan. 15 -^ Hebron - Away. Jaa. 17 ~ SpaoemobUe Assembly. Jan. 17 — Women's Recreatioaal Ctaai, 8 p.m. Jan. 19 — Men's RecretrtioBal Class, 8 p.m. Jan. 19 — Sophomores order class lings, $10.00 deiMsIt, 8:30 am. Jan. 20 — Air Foarae Test Jan. 21 — OeooarKingstaOb Away. Jan. 21 — RtipoM Cards. Jan. 22 — P.T.A. BasketbaU Game Jan. 24 — Hampahire, Here, Orede SchoolL Jan. 25-29 — little 8 ToomamaOt Jan. 27 — St Joes, Awa.y, Orade School. Jan. 28 — Parent Teacher Conference Day, H day ScImoI A.M. STATE OF ILLINOIS Executive DesMutment PROCLAMATION Ibe vinol aune has made out¬ standing oontributtons to lhe wel¬ fare of our children, serving not only our scboob, but communities and state. Approximately 1200 school nurses have chosen to devote their time and skill to the health and health education of <our schonl ctiildren while meeting ary medical emer¬ gency. A child's success in acbooi de¬ pends heavily on his general health and good ^Aiysical cowliMon. Only a trained nurse is fully aware of this retetionshi? of health to learn¬ ing. To oompr?hensive!y safeguard the physioai proficiency of our cWl- dren, she works in all plhlBses of the total scfaool health program. In recopiition for the semces the school nurse renders the citizens of our state, I, Rich:uxl B. Osilvie, Governor oi the State of Dlinois, do hereby proclaim January 26, 1972, as SCHOOL NURSE DAY in Dlinois and tffgie ev«Trone to encourage ane pflomote the goals of schooi nurses as tfaajr contribute daUy to the health and weil being of our iiakir dtiacM. ttie Ohteat Seal of the State ofls' ^mii. to, i!ae ^iHluA. mAL) Done at the Oa|)itoi, in tfie City of ^>ringfidd, this Uth day ./f Decembeo, in the year of Our Lord one tlhousaid nine hundired and seventy-first, and of the State of niinois the one hundred and fifty- fourth. Richard B. Ogiivie - Govcrww Jolm W. Lewis Secretary of St^e 1972 Vehicle Stickers Now On Sale Ciuef Richard Nelson of the Huntley Police Dcpartmeoi; stated, this week, that vthacle Sicken are now on sale at the Hundey Village Hall fop cars and trucks, by resolu¬ tion of the ViUage Board. The Chief stated the license must be puroha-sed and displayed on the front wind¬ shield of vehicles before March lst. The iKlce (rf the stickns are $3.00 for cars and $5.00 for trucks. After Mard) 1st the Chief stated tiie price of vehicle stix±er8 will go up an additional .50c each montii viola¬ tors ane aiao subjeot to tickets ne¬ cessitating court i4>peiarance. Minutes of School Board Meeting Janoary 10, 1972 The regular meeting of lhe Board al SdmoatiiiMi of School Dtatriot 168 was heid in the Hi^ School BaDiding on January 10, 1972 at 7:45 pjn. Upon roU call the f(^owing an* swered present Mr. Jirik, iSr. Brandwein, Miss Madceben, Mr. Michelsen^ Mr. Behi ecvd Mr. Stad¬ ing. Mr. Adacns absent. A motion made by Mr. Bein and 2nd by Miss Mackaben to aplMore of the minutes of 12-18-71 ag read. Motion carried, 6 yeas and 0 nays. A niotion made by Mr. Brand- wetai and 2nd by Mr. Bda tn p^jr the bih. A niotioD made by Mr. Miriidsen (Coatinued on Page 3) (KaiOOL BOARD Village Board^ Holds Regular Meeting The regular meeting of HunOey Village Board met on Thursday, January 6th in the boaid room at the VUlage Hall, Preaident Bdll, Trustees Ackmaiv Enstrom, Oliaber and Zinanerman present. Trustee O'Connor and Cole absent. Follow¬ ing the preliminaiy reading and ap¬ proval of the bills, the reading of the treasurer's repozt and the read¬ ing of tiie minutes, the t>oard recog¬ nized the delaeatfen from the Hunt, ley Plre Oapaitoieot (headed by Ct^f Philip Freund. Chief Freund was ooncarned wWi the Ffae Ofpait- xfietVa SabiUty fdr ^vvtmeats, busi- tten aad other pubUc baildhics which do not ooofonai with Ifae state fire regulatiDOS. Chief Freuad stated tliat if a fire occurred two weeks after a state fire marshall had inflected these sub-standard biildings and the defects were not conected the fire department oiuld be beld liable for not enfordtag tfae fSre marsbail'si ruling. Singled out at the meeting wns the clothing store at Bowl Ki Lanes. K was repotted that the 0re ckMb are blocked with doMng and boxes maldng tiiem unusuabie in an emer- «eacy. It waa veportql thil t^ rea¬ son that these exMs, an Mocked was that people had Used them to steel ckithing and jackets. The flre department is jdanoing ta talk with vic^aton in ao effort to have |^iem voluntarily comply wMi abate: fire regulations before tiie atate mAr- shaU's inqpectioa In addllion the Department Is plsttilug to ptibUsh in advance the date of the ii^iec- tion in an effort to aietti xeaklents wlio may wish to dean xip tfaetr realdenees. In aMItttn to tiie «Mfala« atora (Coattmiett on Page 3) VILLAGB BOABD RaiD Shelter To be at Deide Park Work commenced last week on a new rain shelter to be erected in the necreational area of Deicke Park. The shelter will be open on four sides but is designed so that it can be endosed in't^ future. Upon com¬ pletion the shelter will have a fire¬ place and large ohhraiey and pic-, nic titles in use fa> inclement weather. The firefilaoe will be made of a burnt brick, black wiith brown¬ ish mortauy eccordling to Mr. Har¬ ley mackeben. The stracture dwnld be very aitistic when it is com¬ pleted later this year. Mackeben I Abated that inside of the structure will bave laminated beams and shoidud resemble the interior ,of tiie Tiinity Lutheran Church id Huntley. Tbe Park Board is eiao wotiung on preliminaiy plans to ooostnict a two stall garage near tfae en¬ trance way, off Route 47, at Deidie Park to get park veUcies out of the weather. These prdta- inary plans are to be discussed at the next Pact BoCud meeting, ta addition the garage and nmin dKA- tev the Bnatd b ocnidflrfng erect¬ ing five merouiy vapor ligbts throagbout ttie park to redoce van¬ dalism on te grounds. Topping of trees and general trim¬ ming is also beteg done at the park at the present thne. This aooord- ii^ t o Mackeb^ is a cooUnuous program. The virgin foreiA land in tfae northeast ooort of (he park w9l re- mahi in ib natural state. ;•/'; c ^ ''^f^y"
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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