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Log Truck Spill on HWY 278

November 12th, 2013 by

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zyAt 12:20, Monday afternoon, this loaded log truck was traveling toward Monticello, when its trailer’s fifth wheel pin plate pulled off, allowing the trailer to overturn, rolling it over onto the side of the roadway.

No one was injured.

Drew County Sheriff’s Deputies directed traffic through the 277/278 curve until 3 pm, when the wreck was clered.

 


Monticello FCCLA Present “Stranger Danger” To MES

November 9th, 2013 by

DSCF3025Monticello FCCLA members, Hannah Kling and Kimberly Long, presented “Stranger Danger” to five different classes at Monticello Elementary school on October 30, 2013. They taught the children safety tips for trick-or-treating, created an ID card complete with finger prints, read a book, and presented them with goody bags filled with candy and information for their parents.

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Pepsi Project Supporting “Feed the Kids”

November 9th, 2013 by

006Pepsi Beverages Company of Monticello is holding a food drive November this week,to help support the “Feed the Kids” program that is sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church. We are asking for donations of Vienna Sausages, small cans of Spaghettios, and/or small cans of raviolis. Food Giant Cost Saver and Meagans Café have agreed to be drop-off locations. Donations can also be brought to the Pepsi warehouse located in the industrial park off of Hwy 35 E. Anyone with questions can call 870-367-9721, ext 0.

The “Feed the Kids” program packs 600 bags of food each month to be distributed to kids that are in grades K-8 at the Monticello and Drew Central School Districts. The organization operates primarily off of donations.

Here is a link to their website: http://www.fpcmont.org/feedthekids


City Hall Implements Clause from 8 Month Old Sanitation Memo for Veteran’s Day – Edited

November 8th, 2013 by

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Remember back in February when Monticello got the new “automated” trash recepticles that could be dumped automitically by the trash truck?  Remember the 4-5 pages that were wire-tied to the handle?  One of those notes stated, “All trash must fit into cart and lid must close.”

With Veteran’s Day being Monday, and many family celebrations being planned, the City of Monticello has chosen this week to enforce that clause.

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Found

November 8th, 2013 by

IMAG0432FOUND at Drew Central School.

Yellow Lab. No collar. Missing her master.

Very loving and smart.

Must have been someone’s hunting dog.

Please call 224-6431 if she is yours.


City Council Authorizes $10,000,000 Water System Improvement Project & Bond RePayment Info – Video

November 6th, 2013 by

The Monticello City Council, Monday night, gave final approval to the $10,000,000 water system improvement project.

The interest rate of 4.39%, and the payment will be around $600,000/year for 30 years, for a total of $18,000,000.

Imediately after the vote, Mayor Allen Maxsell to the council, “Everybody in the city is going to thank you.”


Really “Hot Tub”

November 5th, 2013 by

znThe Monticello Fire Dept. recently responded to the report of a hot tub fire, in the Mason Hill community.

The blaze, believed to be an electrical fire, was quickly extinguished.


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