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Hardin St. No injuries were reported. Firefighters arrived on scene at 6:33 p.m. and got the fire under control by 6:40, the department said.
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Thieves steal 80+ cans of coffee from seniors, police seek info – Portland buzz | Examiner.com

Officer tripping kids: Shocking video of police officer grabbing, tripping kids

Helens Police Department. Used with permission. The cans above are all that is left after thieves took more than 80 cans of coffee from the senior center’s storage shed last week.Photo courtesy of the St. Helens Police Department.
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Finance, Selectmen
Discuss Pond Issues

I can assure you, from the bottom of my heart, even though people are calling for my head tonight, we are simply trying to move the facts forward so we can move the process along. He asked that the public consultation process be removed until all of the questions before council were answered. Councillor Myrna Leishman suggested council needed time to digest the Klopping report. The community is not behind this 100 per cent, she added. And when you have this kind of concern about the issues, it is only right that we hold this town hall meeting. The amended motion on the floor, as suggested by Councillor Debbie Dee and seconded by Leishman, read that the decision on the LWMP be deferred until Kloppings report could be reviewed by council and until such time as all council members could meaningfully debate the report (Councillor Maggie Hathaway was absent).
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Rice said he shopped around to find an appropriate shed and found Stone Creek Structures was offering an 8×12-foot shed for $2,318. He said the shed is already painted and preassembled, unlike many similar sheds he viewed at some of the large chain stores. Chairman Richard Mastroianni said that if the department has the money in its budget, the purchase can go ahead. Long Meadow Ponds recreation area, specially parking problems, also was the topic at the Board of Selectmen meeting on Tuesday, April 15. First Selectman Leonard Assard said the Parks and Recreation Commission wants to have the town discuss the possibility of charging to park at the towns recreation area at Long Meadow Pond because residents have complained they have difficulty parking in the area due to a large number of non-residents visiting the site during the summer. Mr. Assard said the town could create a parking pass, but would need to offer the opportunity to purchase the passes to non-residents as well and could only charge non-residents up to twice the amount residents pay for the pass.
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The Powell River Peak > News > Report sheds light on plan

outbuilding has easy-to-install plywood siding, three large windows and two pairs of doors. The entire building could be used for storage, but we decided to divide the interior space into two separate areas: a 4 x 10-ft. tool-storage area and a 10 x 12-ft.
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