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Out Esmeralda Way Esmeralda County Commissioners met by Carol Sirnes Good Moming! Last weekend our area received two days of much- needed, beautiful, ground-soaking rain! The gardens and vegetation around here are really looking good. Of course, weeds grow faster. The Esmeralda County Commissioners met June 17, 1997 in the Goldfield Courthouse. Commissioner Gary O'Connor of Fish Lake Val- ley discussed the July 4,celebration and gymkana in their area, which has been held since 1991. His main concern was the phone calls he had -' received of rumors that the Fish Lake Valley Park Board would have to pay $4,000 for insurance cover- age for that one day. This hadn't occurred during the other years. Beverly Relyea assured him that Esmeralda County already has a Special Events Insurance coverage. * Fred Anderson reported on the three bid propos- als for the purchase of bulk unleaded fuel for the Goldfield Road Yard, with Rebel Oil the lowest bidder. * Tony Valdez of the U.S. Forest Service pre- sented the commissioners with a $7,000 check from the U.S. Forest Service Rural Community Assistance Grant Fund, to be used for the beautification of downtown Goldfield. * The approval of inter-local agreement between Esmeralda and Nye counties continuing economic development discussed by Sandy Harmon passed. His budget for the fiscal year 1997-98 passed along with funding for EDEN of $2,000 from Esmeralda County. EDEN is now on the Internet. * The sale of county-owned property of Lot 9, block 100, Town of Goldfield, block 40, lots I and 2, Town of Goldfield were passed. * Relyea discussed the Valley Electric Assn. Inc., electric line extension contract for service from Fish Lake Valley Park to rodeo arena The $200 fee for excess line footage, passed. * Commissioner Ben Veljoen of Silver Peak, Mike Anderson, and Fred Anderson discussed the need to advertise for a watermaster for Silver Peak. The person hired would need to live there, become water certified within one year, also do part time maintenance. * The decision to re-advertise for sale the Reposi- tory Oversight Program Equipment passed. * The decision on continuing the contract for public defenders Gensler and Kuehn passed. *District Attorney Stek, e Evenson discussed the revised enabling ordinances for sexual harassment ' and personnel policy. The motion was made and passed to adopt the ordinance oftheEsmeraldaCounty Personnel Harassment Policy, which repeals ordi- nances 192-199. * Sheriff Ed Penson presented an agreement for the Esmeralda County Sheriff's Office with the Nevada Highway Patrol for NCIC use (teletype) passed. * The Liquor Board approved a liquor license for the Fish Lake Valley Park Board for the July 4 celebration in Fish Lake Valley Park and Rodeo Arena. Postal news by Carol Sirnes The U.S. Postal Service has a new box rent policy in small towns across the country where there is no local delivery. This is the notice that has been.sent to our area: "Post office box service continues to be one of the best values we provide. For the first time we are providing a no- fee box service. This no-fee service is for customers who do not have carrier service and can provide proof of residency Swim bus raffle Marsha Hoffman, our local postmistress, won the beau- tiful, handmade quilt made by Elva Smalley, which was within the area. A copy of a utility bill, rent receipt, driver's license, or other proof of residency wittffn the service area. For customers who cannot provide proof of residency within the service area, the following post office box fees will apply: Box size: small, $12; medium, $20; Large, $36, yearly." This took effect June 10, 1997. raffled off last month. The proceeds go to the school kids' swim bus for this summer. Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, June 19, 1997 2i 702-727-5512 CERAMIC, PORCELAIN, GLASS, WOOD CARVINGS, BRASS CLOCKS & MORE "GREAT SELECTION & PRICES" The Gal00,.y of Home Furnishings Hwy 160 South of 372 Wheeler Springs Plaza & Pahrump Station 751-3600 LITTLE TIdE NO TE ? your Cleaning or Business Becoming a chore? Call us at 727-1618 -Ask About Our Flat Rates- Senior Discounts FRF F_TIMATES Licensed and Bonded Pahrump Housesittlng Services We provide housesitting services lle you are away from your home We: , Check your house , Feed your animals Briefly Noted =  Wateryour plants Vacation? Business Trips? Your House is in good hands 7 Days A Eagles ,,.  ,oo^, Give us a Call u Auxiliary 7 5 1-2 1 5 9 meets At a recent meeting Pahrump Valley Auxiliary 4373, of the Fraternal Order . Wed,. Spaghetti $2.99 99 BreaMastSdays, Chinese Health Balls of Eagles, Nevada State Jr. [ [ 7.llam y Past President, Roberta This Weekend Weekend Steak: Thursday A perfect ift Settje, presented Janet lsom I 14oz. Porterhouse $7.95 Tacos 50 of well being. r_. certificate for having [ Kennyis Ooz. tW or r.Bone $5.95 ..served as the Auxiliary Presi-  Shadow Canyon II "Ka raoke KOU ntw" dent for the past Eagle year. Tuesday /'knt Mlmdatins belit, ved that Chlnu Health Balls Settje also presented 8t promote will belJ of body and it'ni of the SPirit. Order today by sending check or Money Order for Isom her gold card, that she Thursday $10 with your name & Address to Mandarin Imports can carry with her, signify- 7pm-llpm 2167 H. Decatur Blvd., I.as Vegas,  119,1011 ing her service to home .... ,,,,, Istqm a spmeh sd4 country and God. ,,, 22 The Pahrump Valley 727-7300 [[! I Pahrump Valley Insurance Auxiliary meets the first and third Tuesday of each month . 7:30p.m. in room "B" ofthe  Life Group Medical Pahrump Community Cen- OOglrL'l ter. by:.JRems AHladesover18arewe,- Star,June21,1997, 727-5700 Phone & Fax come to join and be an active partofanorganizationwhose llp-la. I -.,. " t' ,r at ee-ve= motto is "People helping No "---' People." Roger W. Burnley C.L.U.