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THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JULY29, 2010 P. 7 I PUBLIC NOTICE ]Lyons named director Entries sought for annual 4-H parade (Published in The Oskaloosa Independent July 29, 2010)1t of tri-county JAAA NOTICE OF HEAIRING 2010-20tl BUDGET The 62rid annual Jefferson categories including civic float, The governing body of Unified School Distdct 341 will meet on the 91h day of August, 2010 at S:45 PM, Jocelyn Lyons has accepted the County 4-H Fair Parade will be held business float, 4-H float, church at 404 Park St. for the purpose of headng and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed position of executive director of Jay- at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3, with line- float, decorated bicycles 7 and un- use of all funds and the amount of tax to be levied. Detailed budget information (induding budget profile) is available at hawk Area Agency on Aging. Lyons,up starting at 6:15 p.m. on Mapleder, decorated bicycles 8 and over, Commissioners district office and will be available at this headng, most recently the agency's team Street by the ball park. and the antique tractor and car that The Amount of 2010 Tax to be Levied and Expenditures (published below) establish the maximum limits of the 2010-2011 Budget. leader, has been with JAAA for 33The parade is sponsored by the comes the farthest distance and the Lynn Luck,lst Dist. The "Est. Tax Rate" in the far dght column, shown for comparative purposes,,is subject to slight change depending on final assessed valuation. I 2008-2009 Actual2009-2010 Actual PROPOSED BUDGET 2010-2011 years. ' Valley Falls Chamber of Commerce. oldest. PO Box 82 _---I I Actual I [ Actual I I Amount of 2010 Est. Jayhawk AAA funds providers of Anyone can enter the parade and Chairwoman Metzger reports Oskaloosa, KS 66066 ICode~ Actual [ Tax I Actual I Tax I t Taxto I Tax services and is a provider of services is encouraged to do so by calling the parade will go west on Broad- (785) 863-2637 (JCSO) 199 I expenditures I Rate* I Expenditures I Rata'[ Expenditures I ba Levied I Rate* to seniors residing in Jefferson, Doug- Gerry Metzger at 945-3742. way and south on Frazier. It will OPERATING ~ I Line[ (1) (2) ' (3) (4) [ (5) | (6) (7) lab and Shawnee counties. Larry and Mary Coppinger, Win- end at 19th Street where it will dis- Roy Dunnaway, 2nd Dist. General [06[ 4,895,'112 20.000 4,716,128 20.0001 4,690,0281 446,906 20.000 Under Lyons' leadership, J_.~ chester, will be the grand marshals, band and entries can leave by going PO Box 82 I Supplemental General (LOB) I 08 I 1,328,3'84] 24.4651 1,406,8001 25.6611 1,410,0001 691,5871 26.770has expanded its own programs Prize money is paid in several either east or west. Perry, KS 66730 ISPECIAL REVENUE I I I I [ [ ] I benefiting seniors that include as- I Adult Supplemental Education I 12 I 0l I 01 I 01 I sisting seniors in choosing Medicare [ Bilin,qual Education I 14 I 01 • I el I Ol I Part D prescription drug insurance, Co Richard Maim, 3rd Dist. [ Virtual Education I 15 [ 01 [ 0[ ] 0/ ' [ providing educational classes for such [ Capital Outlay [ 16 I 89,306l 1.002l 108,9591 00001 soo,oooI 01 0000 6800 Half Mound RD J DriverTrainin.q 1 18 1 s,082JI 5,sooiI 12,00Ol [ things as diabetes education, a Tat J Extraordinary School Program [ 22 I 01 J 0J J 0J J Chi fitness course, and operating the Valley Falls KS 66088 I Feed Service I 24 I 347,0991 I 322,6261 I 415,8001 I voucher program for Topeka's snow (785) 945-6827 l[ ParentProfessi°nalEducationDevel°pmentproDram I[ 2826 t[" 15,51510[ Jl 23,140[0[ [I 5o,oOO[o[ [I removal and franchise fee rebate. ~ I Summer School I 29 [ 0[ I 422[ / el I JAAA initiated a highly successful Commissioners meet every I Special Education ] 30 I 1,057,7191/ 1,001,0351I 1,205,299[ [ restaurant meal voucher program in Monday at 1 p.m. in Room 101 of ;~:~ ~'~: ..~, ~i/• .,.~ ~,~ ~'~ ~"~