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AI6 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE 9. 20l9 NEWS TRAILER FROM PAGE 1 "It needs to be dismantled in place," Hintz said. Kalil said with as long as its been abandoned, he saw no legal issue to prevent the structure from being torn down, as it was now a matter of public safety and health. Hintz and Kale Rasmussen, fire marshall, investigated the property Tuesday after the meeting and were able to locate identifying informa- tion. The owner is currently being tracked down before the city moves forward with demolition. In other news: - City council held a special meeting with Art Perdue, planner for the Western Cooperative project on South Central Avenue. As it stands, the project is in order and set to move forward. A new littering ordnance was considered by Street and Alley Committee. It was decided the ordnance does not address the prob- lem on the table, which was signage being left on city poles. Council did not move forward with implementing new language into the lit- tering ordnance. - Council approved an in- crease to the city judge wages for Judge Luke Savage from $24,000 to $30,000. o Kali Godfreed and Carrie Krug presented council with the Richland County Quality of Life Strategic Plan from Communities in Action. - Councilmember Ken Koffler reported citizen complaints about the dandelion prob~ lem in the city parks. Hintz said Stephanie Ridl with the Parks Department has been getting to it, but weather delays have worsened the problem. - Council approved a condi- tional variance for Richard Dahl after the Board of Ad- justments recommended a denial of the request. Dahl asked to extend his fence by 6 feet. City council ap- proved it with the condi- tion if neighboring prop- erty were to be developed, he would need to remove the addition. - Use of the city parking lot near city hall was approved for Kelly Properties to store trusses during construc— tion on a four-plex recently purchased. DID YoukNOW? Sidney City Clerk Jessica Redfield broke down the functions of all city council entities. Sidney City Council has several boards made up of volunteers from the community to make recommendations back to the council. They are: Park and Recreation Board (meet 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7 pm.) Police Commission (meet when called) Board of Adjustment Zoning (meet Tuesdays at 8 am. when called) Parking Commission (meet hen called) City council also appoints volunteers to community boards. They are: - Airport Board - City/County Planning Board - Library Board City council also has seven committees made up of three council members only. These committees meet when council calls for them. The purpose of these committees is to give the city council the opportunity to review in greater detail issues/information or hear from individuals on certain matters. Committees only make recommendations back to the council, so they are not a deciding board either. They are: Parks and Recreation Committee: Chair-Rasmussen, Sergent, Christensen . Street and Alley Committee: Chair Christensen, Sergent Gartner - City Building 8r Street Lighting Committee: Chair Gartner, Koffler, Rasmussen - Water and Sewer Committee: Chair Smith, Koffler, Rasmussen - Sanitation Committee: Chair Koffler, Smith, and Gartner - Police and Fire Committee: Chair Sergent, Smith, Christensen Budget and Finance Committee: Chair Sergent, Gartner, Christensen Committees of city council have been given duties as part of their committees, such as the chair of the parks and recreation attends the park and rec. board meetings. Police and fire committee participate in interviewing new officers. Budget and finance chair (along with council president and mayor) are on the city bank accounts and review in detail the bills to be paid prior to approval of the city council. EMPIRE FROM PAGEI Clausen really began to develop adefinab e 4leggy/1e on social media. S e even dabbled in retail clothing sales and served on an advisory board for a start- up clothing distributor. The company didn’t know whether to go direct sales or wholesale and Clausen, along with women from around the U.S.,*helped define a direction. When the company decided on wholesales, Clausen slowly cut back on her re! tail endeavor, eventually V ‘ "‘225',‘000 Views,” Clausen selling her st0ck to a local boutique this spring. Clausen’s 'live video tutorials for Maskcara Beauty led to a connec- tion with L'ange hair products through an on- line follower and fellow Maskcara rep. The com- ; One luclq downloader ‘ will win $500 cash July 2, 2019.* ovejd At: Ntifications Breaking News! Local Coverage! *One winner will be chosen at random from every email that downloads the app before June 30, 2019 at midnight. Must download APP and then sign up for a chance to win. Full contest rules are available at our office. Sidney; Herald 310 2nd Ave NE Sidney STOP IN GET “FIRE-APPROVED ' can new home pUrchase or refinance! r’ a . pany reached out and the rest, as they say, is history. “One of the videos, which I don’t even think is “my, best one, is at said. “They continue to run whatever does well.” With six videos cur- rently in steady rotation on social media with hair product company L’ange, ' Clausen has managed to harness the power of so- O'Verfie cesvs‘ fix- www.muonga ewaymsurancecom cial media and turn it into a monetized career. She now averages two videos per week for the company. “I’m in the generation that I had life without social media that I very much remember,” Clau- sen said. It’s that sort of attitude that keeps her fol- ' lowers engaged. Her abil- ity to separate what’s real life and what’s just an on- line persona cuts straight to the core of Clausen authenticity. “People can sniff out an- thenticity so fast,” Clau- sen said. “I have a need to keep things real and I kind of hate social media. I love the good things, but I hate the bad things. Per- . ception is not reality on social media.” That kind of “keep it real” style has drawn thousands of people to her, with almost 5,000 Facebook followers on her Montana Moonlight profile and almost 2,500 on Instagram. Before she started filming videos for L’ange, Clausen had a video go viral, viewed by millions of people. She filmed herself testing an eyebrow stamping kit while in a drive-thru and her friends practically demanded she post it on Facebook. People still come up to her and won- der if she’s the “eyebrow video gir .” All her online success (~Life ~Health ~Medicare Supplement ~Medicare Part D ~Group Health ‘ ~Vision ~Dental ~Long Term Care Camille Clausen poses with her husband Kevin and their children, Kroy and Avenue. hasn’t shaken the steady foundation of Clausen’s hometown roots and that has a lot to do with the support she receives at home from her husband Kevin. “Kevin is by far my big- gest fan,” Clausen said. “He’s such a chill person. When things have gone crazy, and videos are hit- ting high numbers, he’s never surprised.” While her husband is a bit more of a private- persona kind of guy, he’s enjoyed watching his wife flourish. ‘ “I get, to see how, amaz- ing and creative she is on an everyday basis,” he said. “Her-ideas and abil- ity to make people smile really accentuate the type of woman she. ,I couldn’t be prdud‘ér _of her.” 7,, Moving forward, Clau- sen has plans to expand her L’ange endorsement and has received offers to film videos for other companies. Wherever her social media career takes her next, Clausen plans to stay committed to life she’s made for her- self right here in Sidney and to her photography business. “I don’t care as much about the world, but I care about the people I love and my home,” she said. Random facts about Camille Clausen Clausen is the second oldest .f‘of ninekids. 33 She graduated from University of Mary with a Bachelor of Science in communications, emphasis in broadcast journalism (and at that time really wanted to be a news anchor). She attended public school, was homeschooled and spent one year at a private boarding school taught by Dominican nuns from France. She loves old novels (Dickens, Jane Austen) and all period piece movies, shows, fashion. Her great grandpa's name was Camille. Camille Clausen Photographybegan in 2009 and is still operating today. Clausen said so many of her projects have a tendency to come back to her first loves - photography, video and writing. .5 UNION GATEWAYAGEZNCY Your Insurance Team Independently Representing: 202 3rd Ave NW Sidney MT 59270 phone 406-488-4366 fax 406-630-4433 Janet Sargent Real Estate Loan Officer NMLSlD #525727 PacificSource RWE revert“. 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