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Winter conditions have arrived- . ,ow crews begin wmtertnme removal tasks Hansen News Editor h Harlan did not inches of snow night's snow this storm will prob- be one of many ice Snowstorms Shelby residents will have to the winter of many residents take of remov- own snow from and driveways, the of removing from Harlan's 50 miles of streets and alleys rests upon the duties of the Public Works Depart- ment/Street Department (PSD/SD) Approximately ten person- nel members or more (depending on weather condi- tions) of the PSD/SD, Parks Department, the Sanitation Department and Harlan Mu- nicipal Utilities are standing- by to help remove snow and ice throughout Harlan, said Terry Cox, PWS director. Snowplow equipment Along with the personnel, The Perfect Gift relive those precious moments e the video professionals to those old home movies to videotape. - SAVE $1.00 on Each 50 ft. of Film Act today! Limited time only. Mark Jacobs PHOTOGRAPHY, INC. 1202 7th St. HARLAN, iOWA 51537 (7]2} 7.55-2376 the City has four truck plows, a four-wheel drive pickup with a boss plow, a motor grader, a front-end loader, a material spreader and a snow- blower ready for the winter ahead. Since 1984, the City of Harlan has been using a pro- gram entitled Snow and Ice Control Program. According to Cox, most cities in Iowa use a similar program, This program clarifies pro- cedures such as personnel, general snow and ice control, snowplowing and emergencies for residents in Harlan. Snow and ice control operations are conducted on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week. Therefore, the PWD/SD are prepared to shift from the normal work week any time it becomes necessary to institute snow and ice con- trol operations, according to the program. Snow removal procedures Personnel are assigned to 12-hour shifts and the 12-hour shifts are continued until such time as the snow has been sufficiently removed to go back to a normal eight hour shift, according to the pro- gram. During a snowstorm, the City of Harlan is divided into three major snow and ice re- moval areas. Each street in the city is classified as prior- ity one, priority two or prior- ity three (alleys) streets. Snowplow operations begin on streets in the priority one category, consisting of those streets that are hospital and emergency routes and major traffic areas, followed by priority two streets and alleys. Snowplowing operations generally do not begin unless snowfall accumulations mea- sure more than two inches and snow is falling and/or weather forecasts call for additional accumulation. Snowfall accumulations of up to two inches are generally handled by salting, sanding, or a combination of salt, sand and calcium chloride, ac- cording to the program. Emergency conditions City-wide snow emergency parking restrictions also will be implemented when snow conditions warrant. In order to facilitate re- moval of snow during a de- clared City-wide snow emergency, parking will be prohibited on north-south streets between the hours of 8 a.m. - noon and east-west streets between the hours of 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. In the event the PWD re- ceives notification of an emergency situation, equip- ment necessary to handle the emergency will be dispatched immediately to assist until the emergency has been re- solved. For more information, questions or complaints re- garding snow removal, please contact Cox at City Hall, 755-5137 or the Shelby County Emergency Commu- nication Center at 755-2121. 8 Pages, December 1, 1989 "We're home owned - We care about our community" weekender NEws ADVERTISER Harlan Irwin-Kirkman school board approve Changes in library By Lynette Hansen Asst. News Editor IRWIN - The Irwin-Kirk- man School Board approved proposed changes in the ele- mentary library, computer room and home economics room during its regular school board meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 14. With an estimated total cost of $600 for the projects, I-K- M Superintendent, Dave Sex- tro, said the school has ex- panded the elementary library to include a new writing lab and space for computers. In addition, a wall was built in the home economics class- room for chalkboards. association's initial salary proposal was made to the teachers on Wednesday, Nov. 29. I-K-M joint meeting In a joint meeting with the Board of Directors of the Manilla Community Schools and the I-K Community schools on Tuesday, Nov. 14, Pam Borkowski, I-K board member, and Sandy Gruhn Manilla Board member, were appointed to meet with the band directors, two Music Booster members, and two students to discuss options involving the purchase of new band uniforms. --The sixth Joint Board In other business --Board members approved the appointment of Dorothy Jenson, school nurse, as the Level I investigator and the Shelby County Sheriffs of- fice as Level II investigator for child abuse. --With an unanimous vote, the board approved a request to replace the intercom sys- tem in the middle school. --Board members discussed the proposal and purchase of a wire welder for the Vo-ag Department. Board members agreed to split the costs be- tween I-K and Manilla. --The board also discussed policies regarding open en- rollment. --To discuss 1990-91 negotiations strategies, the board went into closed session. The teacher's Goal, Public Relations Goals, also was presented to the Board. The goal is to strive to improve/maintain inter- hal/external communications with all school publics by: promoting and developing stronger school-community relationships that will seek to give a positive image of the schools to the local commu- nity and beyond. Also to so- licit ideas and suggestions from staff and patrons relative to future directions of curriculum programs, services and building utilizations. ANNOUNCEMENT I would like to take this opportunity to announce that I have sold my practice of chiropractic to Dr. Larry J. Kintner. Own- ership and records will be transferred effective January 1st, 1990. Dr. Kintner gradu- ated from the Harlan Community High School, took his premed work at Iowa State University and his doG- torate of chiropractic at the Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minneapolis, Minne- sota. Dr. Kintner served his preceptorship in the study of emergency procedures and in the treatment of sports injuries. He will bring to this practice much up- dated knowledge and advanced procedures in the treatment of neuro- musculature conditions of the body. I do want to thank all of my patients and friends for the loyal support that has been given to me these past years and I encourage you to take advantage of the high quality of chiropractic service Dr. Kintner will provide to you in the future. Sincerely, 1206 7th St., Harlan, IA "11"("/,.// (712) 755-5406 ILL. Mueller, D.C. 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