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Montmorency County First - The World At erw d ..................... MIXED ADC 150 80a 03-15-10 79P 35T SMALL TOWN PAPERS **C005 217 W COTA ST ../1~ SHELTON WA 98584-2263 f//~ ave ,.,~ J ,t Personal prope tax discussed at Village of 1 Hi lmon Board meehng The : Village of Hillman will lose about $2,500 with the change in personal property tax collec- tion. At the regular vil- lage council meeting, Iuly 16, DavidPost, vil- lage manager, said people will likely have to continue reporting personal property even after tax conec- tion ceases. PAGE 5 Secret Garden Walk held in lewiston The Secret Garden Walk, sponsored by the Lewiston Garden Club, featured six groomed and brilliant gardens on a sunny July 20th. The garden walk event takes place every other year. PAGE fi&7B _. 4th Annual ATV Rodeo held this past weekend Competitors from around the state par- ticipated in the 4thAn- nualATVRodeo spon- sored by Fun Country Riders and the Lewiston Area Cham- ber of Commerce ..... PAGE 1B JUAN CRUZ, center, multi-family housing specialist for United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development, gives residents of Weber Woods Manor the news about the foreclosure of the apartment complex. Manor foreclosure discussed with residents by Yvonne Svmoer WhethersomeAtlanta Representatives of USDARD met with Staff reporter residents will need to residents of the manor on July 15 to ex- look for another place to live depends on plain their options for obtaining altema- the outcome of a foreclosuresale sched- five housing if need be. Juan Cruz, multi- uled for this week. The United States De- family housing specialist, said the current partment of Agriculture Rural Develop- management company, the third one in ment is foreclosing on Weber Woods six months, hasn't been doing a good job. Manor. See Weber Woods on page 12 Brihy Township has significant accounting problems, says accountant by Yvonne Swager Board members for Briley Township Staff reporter have voted in favor of paying to straighten out the books for the township's general led- ger. The discrepancy between township records and bank records was discussed at the regular township meeting on July 15. A review by the township's accountant revealed the township has "significant accounting problems." At the regular meeting, Anna Rogers, township clerk, read the conclusion of the accountant's summary. "At this point, I do not believe that your township's general ledger is auditable, and failure to correct the problems will most likely have a negative impact on the township's ability to receive an unqualified audit opin- ion within your financial statement audit for the year ending March 31, 2014," the conclusion stated. Rogers said the township's ledger had not been recon- cried with the bank statements since sometime in 2012, and the accountant suggested either going back to March 31 of 2012 and reconciling or making adjustments to reconcile as of March 31, 2013. "Personally, as the incoming clerk and as a taxpayer, I think you need to make sure everything is correct and accurate," Rogers told the other board members. "Un- fortunately, it's going to cost the township some money to do that." See Accounting problems on page 13 ! A BRIEF, BUT POWERFUL STORM blew through parts of Montmorency County last Thursday. Torrential rain, coupled with high winds, lasted for about 10 minutes, but that was long enough to do some damage. Tree branches and leaves were brought down, and even some trees uprooted as seen here. This tree came down on utility lines in Atlanta on West Street, near JD's Pizza. A SECOND POWERFUL storm swept through the area on Friday, bringing down trees and causing damage yet again. This tree was down on utility lines west of Atlanta near Lake Inez. A High of the Week ,-~ :~ ..... Tuesday86 ~~ Low of the Week Chance rain or Friday 48 thunderstorms Night A LARGETREE in front of Atlanta's Northwoods Gallery was brought down as the quick, strong storm pummeled the area on Friday. A PORTION OF a large pine tree came down on a house just east of Atlanta on Friday, causing major roof damage. IIIl!!!l!!lllU!!lJ!llll 7 2 To subscribe to the Tribune, call (989) 785-4214 or stop by our office, next to the post office in Atlanta. ATLANTA NEWS 10-11 I HILLMAN NEWS 4-5 I LEWISTON FUN PAGE8B I ENTERTAINMENT9B I LEGALS 4B-5B lvlvlvAvlvlvliVl[l] ~ I I kVKI] :i =1~ [O~'J 1:1 I:lll | I ~l(o[I] g NEWS 6-7 I OBITUARIES 15 I CLASSIFIEDS 10B-11B ': vi[O] ~ I ilVKI] -'i zI ~ [I,]k'B ".J -'i =lk."k.'~N I ~ [I ~ , - ..... . . . , . , . , ; ..... a[. ,