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Page 16 The Region News Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Majestic Hall Senior Menus for March 30-April 3. Library Hosts St, Patrick's Day Themed Drop In Craft Program March 30- Pulled pork on whole wheat bun, baked beans, slaw, melon March 31 -Meatloaf w/gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, applesauce, cake April 1- Baked turkey, sweet potatoes, broccoli, applesauce, pudding .- April 2- Lasagna, lima beans, lettuce salad, breadstick, orange ' , April 3- Good Friday Holiday-No Meals Served Pleas~ Call the DMCOC office at 428-4148 to make your 24 hour in advance reservation. A $3.00 donation for ages 60 and over is appreciated. Participants under the age of 60 will be required to contribute $5.21 (congregate) and $6.51 home meal. LINK cards are accepted--please call the Nutrition Office to set up. McGaughey Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday Tyler Hamby (left) and Bailey Hamby (right) working on their craft at the library. The next drop-in program will be held on Ai)r]t43 from 3:30 to 4:30 and will celebrate National Library Week. photo by Crystal Reed. Fletcher Park Kids Club Grand Prize Winner For March LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Recently students at McGaughey celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday with activities each day based on his books. One day students wore pajamas while another day students were asked to wear silly socks. The students above were celebrating hat day. Students above pictured with Mrs. Taylor (in no order) are: Tinley Ditty, Connor Uthgow, Holden McCoy and Lyla Stock. photo by Crystal Reed. Village Board•Questionnaires Continued From Page 4 met with many people as a Fu- Future Economic Develop- neral Director. I count it an ment: honor to know their families, I would listen to our commu- listen to their stories and meet nity to see what they feel would their needs. These are the same be a good addition to the village characteristics i will bring to the of Mt. Zion. Village Board. I honestly have Parks & Recreation: no agenda other than to genu- I would assist the board in inely know our residents and evaluating all of the parks we their needs and be able to make have and the programs we offer decisions on their behalf for the • to see if there is anything else we good of our Village. need to improve our community. Fiscal Responsibility: • Name: Mike Mose I would assist the board in de- Age: 48 veloping a needs and wants list / Occupation: Mt. Zion High and make all financial decisions School Assistant Principal/Ath- based on what the community letic Director needs. Spouse and Children: Wife - 3) If elected what one prob- Corinne, Daughter - Taylor, Son lem would you fix first? Why is - Nash, Daughter- Josslyn this important? 1) If you are an incumbent, If elected, the first thing I how long have you served in would like to see improved this position, and what ac- would be the side streets within complishments are you mostthe village. I feel that by im- proud to have participated in? proving the condition of our N/A side streets we would make our 2) Identify three issues you village more attractive to those expect to face if elected and people lookirig to relocate to our how you will resolve each:community. NEW GIFT SHOP ITEMS ": served h ler', Kitd m 4) What would you bring to this elected position that would give you an advantage over your opponents? In my 22 years in education, I've had to make many individu- al and group decisions that were both easy and difficult. I've been responsible for multiple programs and budgets within the school setting on a yearly ba- sis. I feel that the relationships I have with people in the com- munity and my experience with budgets and programs gives me an advantage over other candi- dates. Name: Jan Mudd Age 69 Education: Some college Children: 1 boy and 1 girl, Two grandchildren -1 boy and 1 girl If you are an incumbent, how long have you served in this position nad what accom- plishments are you proud to have participated in? No but did serve 4 years pre- viously as trustee. I believe I was an asset. Identify three issues you ex- pect to face if elected and how you will resolve each? Any issue that is presented will be considered with level headed thinking and much thought on how it will effect the community of Mount Zion. The ground level tank for wa- ter and the new tower consid- ered forthe east side are a must with the growth of Mount Zion. The road around the south of Mount Zion should be the fur- thest south route and I would do everything I can to encourage Macon County to use that one. If elected, what one prob- lem would you fix first? Why is this important? I would like, to see an ordi- nance on storage .pods to a 30 day limit in the yard and then removed. What would you .bring to this elected position :that would give you an advantage over your opponents?? In the past there has been calm and collective reasoning on issues, I would like to see the board return to that. ( Under New Management (217) 1059 E Columbia St Arthur, IL 61911 New Hours of Operation Tues & Wed 9:00-5:30 Thurs & Fri 9:00-8:00 Sat 8:00-3:00 Closed Sun & Mon The Fletcher Park Kids Club grand prize winner for March is Mia Haggard (center). She is pictured with Doodles the Dragon (left) and Granny Giggles (right), The next Fletcher Park Kids Club will be held on Saturday, April 11. The theme is Storybook Wonders. Doors open at 1:30 pm and the show starts at 2:00 pm. Proceeds from this program benefit the Fletcher Park Splash Pad. photo by Crystal Reed. mtzi nregionnews@ ................... comcasLnet NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF ANNUAL ON TOWNSHIP' BUDGET Notice is hereby given that a TOWN MEETING Tentative Budget and Appropria- TOWN OF MT. ZION tion Ordinance for the Town of PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY Long Creek, in the County of Ma- GIVEN AS FOLLOWS: con, State of Illinois, for the fis- ANNUAL TOWN MEETING cal year ~eginning April 1, 2015, ~he Annual Town Meeting for and endingon March 31, 2016, th~transaction of miscellaneous will be on file and conveniently business of the Town will be held available for public inspection at the hour of 7:00 o'clock pm at the Township Clerk's Office, on April 14, 2015, at theTown 2610 Salem School Road, De- Hall in said Town, and a mod- catur, IL (Long Creek Township erator having been elected, the Office), from after 8:00 O'Clock A.M.; the 25th of March 2015. electors present will proceed to The Proposed Budget and Ap- hear the agenda of the meet- propdation Ordinance will be on ing. The agenda for said An- file for 30 days. nual Town Meeting is as follows: Notice if further given hereby, election of a moderator, receipt that a Public Hearing on said of Annual Reports of Supervisor Budget and Appropriation Or- as Treasurer of the Town Fund, dinance will be held at 5:03 Poor Relief Fund, Cemetery O'Clock P.M., on the 28th of Fund, Treasurer of Permanent April, 2015, in the Long Creek Road Fund, Treasurer of Regu- Township Town Hall & Com- lar Road and Bridge Fund and munity Building, 2610 Salem date and hour for holding Town School Road, Decatur, in the meetings. Conference Room and that final action on this ordinance will be Dated this 17th day of March, taken by the Board of Township 2015. Trustees at the regular meeting Town Clerk ofthe on April 28, 2015, immediately Town of Mt. Zion, County of following the public hearing. Macon and State of Illinois R.C. Smith Glenda F. Brown Township Clerk ~ublished 03/25/15 published 03/25/15 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON TOWNSHIP ROAD DISTRICT BUDGET Notice is hereby given that a tentative Budget and Appropria- tion Ordinance for Road Pur, poses of the Long Creek Town- ship Road District, in the County of Macon, State of Illinois, for the fiscal year beginning Apdl! 1, 2015, and ending March 3!• 2016, will be conveniently avaik able for public inspection at the Office of the Township Clerk, 2610 Salem School Road, De- catur, (Long Creek Town Hall & Community Center), from and after 8:00 O'clock A.M, March 25, 2015. The proposed Budget & Appropriation Ordinance will be on file for 30 days. Notice is further given hereby that a Public Hearing on said Budget and Appropriation Or-i dinance will be held at 5:04 O'clock P.M., on the 28th day of April, 2015, at the Long Creek~ Township Office and Comma nity Center, 2610 Salem Scho01 i Road, Decatur, in tills Long Creek Township Road Di~tffct, and that final action on the Ordi* i nance will be taken by the Board of Township Trustees at the Pub- i lic Hearing, at this meeting On April 28, 2015 R C Smith Township Clerk i published 03/25/15 Inte Commitment n