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AI4 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE 23. 20|9 YOUR NEWS SHUTTLE FROM PAGEl the Sidney Chamber, who both support the Sidney Shuttle by purchasing free ride tickets for events. “The people that use us depend on us,” Kelly said. At the meeting, Mayor Rick Norby said council simply can’t divert tax-pay- er dollars to a private business. “I know you’re not look- ing to make a fortune,” Norby said. “Some words of advice: I think you need to raise your rate.” Kelly said he can’t raise the fare rates until he writes a new tariff to the state, a process he is work- ing on. City council agreed the support for Sidney Shuttle needs to come from private businesses in town. “Whenever there’s an event that has alcohol, we very much push Sid- ney Shuttle,” Norby said. RABIES FROM PAGE 1 with for the health depart- ment and law enforcement, as well as more protection to the owner of a rabies-in- fested animal. Halvorson also said the county will be doing away with re- quirements to register an animal outside of city limits. In other news: Commissioners dis- cussed the BaRSAA Reso- lution, which brings motor “It is a very, very, very important thing to our community.” To become a sponsor of the Sidney Shuttle, Jim Kelly can be contacted at (406)433-3636. In other news: - Meadowlark Brewing received permission to block off their back park- ing lot Saturday, July 13, for their inaugural Sum- mer Festival. - Sidney Kiwanis Club had their request approved to block off 5th Street SW between the middle school and Veterans Park Friday, July 12, for their pie social. - Luke Savage was ap- pointed city judge. ' City attorney Tom Kalil informed city council he was working on a records and information request policy. He expects to have a final draft at the next coun- cil meeting. 0 Resolution 3803 was passed, calling for a mu- nicipal primary election which will be held 85 days from the passing of the res- olution, Sept. 10. It will be conducted by mail. . Resolution 3804 was passed by council, appoint- ing Kale Rasmussen as dep- uty clerk of court. - Resolution 3802 was approved, establishing sal- aries and hourly wages for officers of the City of Sid- ney for the 2019-20 fiscal year. Wages are as follows: Director of Public Works $5,884.97/m0nth Utility manager —— $5,884.97/m0nth Water commissioner —— $5,629.87/month Sewer commissioner — $4,384.26/month City clerk/treasurer ~— $5,666.81/m0nth Chief of police —— $6,289.62/month Fire marshal/ building inspector ~— $4,838.17/ month Mayor —— $2,000/mpnth City council member —~ $125/meeting LOCAL NEWS Meraki Boutique hosts grand opening 2.! A PHOTO BY NICOLE LUCIN Meraki Boutique held their grand opening ribbon cutting Saturday, June 15. At the celebration is, from left, Nick Johnson, Emersyn-Jo Johnson, Larysa Hurst, Marissa Eberling, Billie Hillesland, Abbie Bellmore, Peggy Errecart, Sarah Turek, Chris Hillesland and Bill Vander Weele. fuel tax revenues back to all counties in Montana to be used for construction, reconstruction, mainte- nance, rural road repair, 212 2nd St. SE Sidney, M city streets or alleys and bridges. Richland, County re- ceived $69,313.29 for 2019 —— more than double the $32,959.71 received for 2018. Funds will be used for five projects: traffic signal at the intersection of West Holly Street and Michelle Hernandez MASSAGE THERAPY lMT 406.433.4757 Hours: Mom-Sat. 9am-6pm Sun. 10am-4pm 440 N. Central Ave. Sidney 406.433.1800 -ww—www yellowslonemassuge@gmuil.com 12th Avenue NW; chip seal CR 332 between CR 143 on County Roads (CR) 146, and 146; and west Lambert 324, 143 and 321 loop; as— bridge replacement and CR phalt overlay on CR 350 328 reconstruction. North; reconstruction of Huge selection of unique items for Bad this Fettter‘s Bay. FARMERS INSURANCE AGENCY AVAILABLE FARMERS iNfiURANICE Tiffany Stellan is changing career paths agency available for acquisition Significant renewal meme 1 Opportunity for growth For further information including requirements and training offered, please contact Matthew Faerber, director of agency development for Farmers Montanauat matt.rtaylor1@fannersagency.com or (218) 213—1626 The Fairview Chamber of Commerce and the Friends of the Fairview Bridge would like to express our deepest gratitude to all those individuals and businesses. , who have beenéso generous of their mam/.1assisting “ the"Fairriew/Cartwrightflwd ’ l There are far too, many names to list t and we do not want to miss anyone... Thank You i Everyone! ;