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1 JUNE 2017 City of Weston Newsletter City Council Jennifer Spurgeon, Mayor Liaison: City Hall Tim Crampton, Councilor Council President Liaison: WCDC, Historic Landmarks Suellen Harral, Councilor Liaison: Planning Commission Mayor's Corner - June 2017 Pioneer Days are June 2nd and 3rd! Come to the Coronation on Friday night, and check out the day full of fun on Saturday! Spring Cleaning was a success, filling the dumpsters and improving our community. Thanks to employees and volunteers for your efforts! Budget Hearing is June 7th, followed by the Council Meeting. Public is welcome to attend. Once the Scope of Work and Request For Proposal process is completed, there will be public opportunities to discuss improving safety and transportation around the Weston Middle School campus. Community input is necessary to access future funding and ensure priority needs are being addressed. Be on the look-out for surveys, public meetings, and other communications later this Summer and Fall. You could live anywhere, you've chosen to live here. Thanks for continuing to help make Weston a great place to live! Jennifer McClure Spurgeon Rick Stephens, Councilor Liaison: Umatilla County Sheriff s Dept. Duane Thul, Councilor Public Works, Library City Phone Numbers City Hall: Hours 7:30am-4:00pm Closed 12:00pm-12:30pm Lunch Debi Russell, City Recorder Library: Police/Dispatch: Public Works: We re online at: This institution is an equal opportunity City Hall: :30am-4:00pm Closed 12pm-12:30pm Lunch

2 Page 2 City of Weston Monthly Meetings Meetings held at the Memorial Hall unless otherwise noted. Lions Club June 1 at 7:00pm Planning Commission June 5th 7:00pm Library Board June 6 at 5:30pm (Library) City Council June 7 at 6:00pm (regular date changed to coincide with Budget Meeting) Cemetery June 13at 6:30pm Lions Club June 15 at 7:00pm Historic Landmark June 20 at 7:00pm WCDC June 27 at 7:00pm

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5 East Umatilla County Health District Medic 400 PO Box 640 Athena, OR East Umatilla County Ambulance Area Health District ASA #5 The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors was held on May 16, 2017 at the District office located at 431 E. Main St., in Athena, Oregon. Present were Chrys Wernlund, Carol Kirk, Vickie Jackson, Jeremy Lasater and Elizabeth McIntyre. Also attending was acting Administrator Jeff Rost, office manager Donna Grimes and EMT Riann Roggerio. Vickie Jackson is working through Special Districts Association to secure a short-term loan if needed which will carry the new District from July 1, 2017 until November 2017 when the tax revenues come in. There will be a special meeting on June 5, 2017 to interview the Candidates for the Administrators job. Both the Old and New Boards will be taking part. As soon as a new Administrator is on Board, two more paramedics will be hired to fill out the crew. The Budget Hearing for the new District will be held on June 20, 2017 beginning at 6:00 p.m. The business meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. where the Board will adopt their first Budget for FY The District has opened a bank account the new branch of Bank of Eastern Oregon located here in Athena. There will be a CPR Training Class set for July 22, 2017 so if you need to update or renew your certification, please come by the office or call to reserve a spot. East Umatilla County Health District The monthly Board meeting held at the District office was called to order by Chairman Vickie Jackson. Present were directors Jeremy Lasater, Elizabeth McIntyre and Jim Marquardt. Holly Mays was absent. The Resolution of Dissolution is finished and will be adopted at the June 20, 2017 meeting which will start at 7:30 pm. The Board will call its final public meeting and they will approve the dissolution resolution, findings of fact, and dissolution plan. Within 30 days of adopting and signing the resolution, they will file a copy with the Umatilla County clerk, pursuant to ORS (3). Once the resolution is adopted, the Board of Directors becomes a Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees will meet once more to approve the bill of sale of personal property (old District Equipment and Assets) and a deed conveying the real property to the new District. The deed will then be recorded in the Umatilla County property records. The bill of sale becomes a record of the new District. Once the bill of sale and the deed are recorded, the Board of Trustees will sign a sworn statement declaring that the old District is dissolved for all purposes. Within 10 days copies must be filed with the Umatilla County Assessor, Oregon Department of Revenue, The Secretary of State and the Umatilla County Clerk. When this is all completed, the District will be Dissolved. The public is invited to attend the budget hearing on June 20, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. and the Board meeting to follow at 6:30 p.m and 7:30 p.m.

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7 City of Weston Page 7 Umatilla County Pioneers Seeking Photographs Do you have photographs of past Pioneer Queens or Grand Marshals? Photographs of past parades? Someone is looking for photos of the 1973 parade with the float for Pioneer Queen Ruby Collins. Wasco County Pioneer Association would like to have photographs for the website to add to the history of the organization. We re also looking for biographies for many of the past Queens and Grand Marshals. Check the website to see what we have so far: Association.com If you scan photos, please scan them at least at 300 dpi and them to Trish Neal at Don t have a scanner? Please let Trish know and arrangements can be made so that the photos never have to leave Weston. Be sure to Like the Community of Weston Facebook page. Keep up to date on what s happening, important notices, etc. This Facebook page is intended to supplement the City of Weston s website and the community website, WestonOregon.com You may post items to this page, too! Be sure to invite your friends and family to Like the pag, too. Attention Weston Senior Citizens! The Senior Menu for Weston and Milton-Freewater is posted on Community of Weston s Facebook page, the city s newsletter, and at under the Senior Citizen tab. The Food Pantry is located at the Franklin Street door of City Hall. The Weston Food Pantry will distribute food each month on the Saturday after the 3rd Friday between 10:00a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Citizens from Weston, Athena, Adams, and the surrounding area are welcome. Please bring your own bags or box. Don t be late. We must close on time. Contact person: Greg Phillips (Supported by CAPECO) - The Weston Food Pantry is open each month on the Saturday after the 3 rd Friday. They have wonderful food supplies for folks in need. BUT, paper products are not part of what they provide. So, the Weston-McEwen Lions Club gathers paper towels and toilet paper to be part of the offerings. You can help!! There are boxes for your paper donations in the US Bank in Athena and in the Weston City Hall. We appreciate your help. Local Links Weston-McEwen High School: Athena-Weston School District: Weston Middle School: Athena Elementary School: Weston Community Development: Weston Historic Landmarks Commission: Weston Parks and Recreation Commission: Weston Public Library: Weston Chamber of Commerce: Historic Weston Oregon:

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9 125 th Annual UMATILLA COUNTY PIONEER DAYS PICNIC HISTORIC WESTON, OREGON June 2-3, 2017 "Honor the Past Celebrate the Present Embrace the Future" Friday, June 2, :30pm at Weston Memorial Hall ~Queen Coronation ~Grand Marshall Induction Schedule of Events Saturday, June 3, :30am to 9:30 am at Elliot Park ~Fireman s Breakfast 9:45am on Water Street ~Kids Parade 10:00am on Water Street ~Main Pioneer Parade 11:00am at Elliot Park ~BBQ Beef Lunch until 1:30pm or until sold out ~Queen and Grand Marshall Presentation at Clark Wood Pavilion Saturday, June 3, 2017 Events at Elliot Park 10:am to 5:00pm ~Vendors and Concessions ~Live Entertainment on stage ~Kids Games and Activities ~BBQ Cook-off 11:00am 4:00pm near Elliot Park ~Car Show (Line up/registration following the parade) 6:30pm at Weston Memorial Hall ~Alumni Dinner

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