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									                           ■ Mayor: Helen Berg ...... 766-6901                    ■ City Manager: Jon Nelson ...... 766-6901
■ City Council                              Phone             Email
Ward 1 — Jerry Davis.......................766-6491           ward1@council.ci.corvallis.or.us                                          June 14         Random Review, The World is Flat: A Brief
Ward 2 — Patricia Daniels.................766-6492            ward2@council.ci.corvallis.or.us                                                          History of the Twenty-First Century by Thomas
Ward 3 — George Grosch..................766-6493              ward3@council.ci.corvallis.or.us                                                          L. Friedman, 12pm, Library
Ward 4 — Charles Tomlinson.............766-6494               ward4@council.ci.corvallis.or.us                                          June 14         Friends of the Library General Membership
Ward 5 — Rob Gándara.....................766-6495             ward5@council.ci.corvallis.or.us                                                          meeting, 1pm, Library
Ward 6 — Emily Hagen......................766-6496            ward6@council.ci.corvallis.or.us                                          June 15         Kids’ Book Club, title TBA, 4pm, Library ③
Ward 7 — Scott Zimbrick...................766-6497            ward7@council.ci.corvallis.or.us                                          June 17         Vegetarian Soups & Salads, ages 18+, 2-4:30pm,
Ward 8 — Betty Griffiths....................766-6498          ward8@council.ci.corvallis.or.us
Ward 9 — Hal Brauner......................766-6499            ward9@council.ci.corvallis.or.us    Please call 766-6901 to confirm                       Tunison Community Room, $15 IC/$19 OC ①
                                                                                                    meeting times and locations         June 17         Summer Reading Sleepover Kick-off, 7pm, Library.
■ City Resource Directory                                                                                                                               Children age 12 or younger. Adult chapter one
General Information.........................766-6900                                                                                                    required. Preregistration required 766-6794.
Airport Information..........................766-6916                                        JUNE 2006
Ambulance Billing............................766-6996                                                                                   June 19, 26     Beverly Cleary Award Book Club, 11am, kids
Animal Control................................766-6924
                                                                June 1, 8, 15, 29  Preschool Storytime, 30 mos.-5 yrs., 10am, Library                   entering 3rd grade, Library ③
Aquatic Center................................766-7946          June 3             Partners in Art, Reading and Writing Workshop,       June 20         Rock Climbing for Teens, 2pm, ages 12-18, OSU
Assessment & Liens.......................766-6954                                  1pm, Library                                                         Indoor Climbing Center, Library ③
Building/Zoning..............................766-6929           June 4             Sea Kayak classes, 11-17 with adult or adults,       June 21         Unicycling & Juggling, ages 9+, 3:30-5pm,
Burning Advisory.............................766-6971                              3-6pm or 9-1:30pm, Hyak Park,
Cable Television Inquiries................766-6321                                                                                                      Wilson School, $30 IC/$38 OC ①
Chemical Applications.....................766-6742                                 $45 or $65 IC/$57 or $82 OC ①                        June 21         High School Book Club, title TBA, 4pm, Library ③
City Recorder..................................766-6901         June 5, 19         City Council mtgs, 12pm & 7pm, Fire Station,         June 21         Library Book Club, Gilead by Marilynne
Community Development.................766-6981                                     400 NW Harrison                                                      Robinson, 7:30pm, Library ④
Dog Licenses..................................766-6831          June 5, 12, 19, 26 Bedtime Storytime, all ages, 7pm, Library            June 22         Teddy Bear Picnic for preschoolers. Bring teddy
Engineering....................................766-6941
FAX City Hall...................................766-6936        June 5             Author Talk, Alan Nierenberg discusses                               & picnic, 10am, Central Park ③
Finance..........................................766-6990                          Winning the Interview Game, 7pm, Library             June 22, 29     Summer Reading program, ages 5-12,
Fire/Ambulance..............................766-6961            June 6, 13, 20, 27 Toddler Storytime, 12-30 months, 10am, Library                       3:30 & 7:00pm, Library. See article on Page 2
Housing..........................................766-6944       June 7, 14, 21, 28 Infant Storytime, birth-12 mos., 10am, Library       June 22-July 13 Ballroom Dancing, ages 10+, 7-9pm, Senior
24-Hour City Hall.............................757- C i t y                                                                                              Center, $35 IC/$44 OC ①
24-Hour Jobline...............................766-6955          June 7             Get Real, Get Fit Festival, ages 11-17 with
Library............................................766-6926                        parents/guardians, 5:30-7:30pm, Library &            June 24 & 25    Aeromodeling, ages 9-17, 2-5pm, Tunison
Municipal Court...............................766-6948                             Central Park, FREE                                                   Community Room, $40 IC/$50 OC ①
Neighbor Dispute Resolution............758-3000                 June 8             Middle School Book Club, title TBA, 4pm, Library ③   June 26-July 13 Middle School Math Labs, Grades 6-8, 12:30-
Parks & Recreation.........................766-6918
                                                                June 10            Geocaching, ages 14+, 9:30am-Noon, Fire                              2:30pm, Wilson School, $75 IC/$94 OC ①
Planning.........................................766-6908                                                                               June 27         Chautauqua program, Trees with Nancy
Police.............................................766-6924                        Station #5, 4950 Fair Oaks Drive, $40 IC/$13 OC
                                                                                                                                                        Appling, 12:10pm, Library
Public Works...................................766-6916                            for up to 4 in a group ①
Senior Center.................................766-6959                                                                                  June 27         Disc Golf for Teens, ages 12-18, 2pm, Central Park ③
                                                                June 12            Dance Dance Revolution Tournament for Teens,         June 28         Family Climbing, ages 4-17 w/adult, 4-8pm, OSU
Transit Information..........................766-6998                              5pm, Library ③
Transportation/Streets....................766-6916                                                                                                      Indoor Climbing Center, $8/adult, $3/child ①
TTY City Hall...................................766-6477        June 13-Aug. 14 Bellydancing, ages 16+, 7-8:15pm beginners,
Utility Billing....................................766-6949                        8:15-9:30pm Intermediates, Majestic Theater,         ① Pre register @ Parks & Recreation 766-6918
Utilities Emergencies.......................766-6913                               $50 IC/$63 OC ①                                      ➁ Pre register @ Senior Center 766-6959
Water Utilities.................................766-6916        June 13            Ward 5 mtg w/Councilor Rob Gándara and City          ③ Information @ Library Youth Services 766-6794
Weed Abatement.............................766-6973
                                                                                   staff, 7pm, Senior Ctr. Game Room, 2601 NW Tyler     ④ Information @ Library Adult Services 766-6793
                                                                                                                                        ⑤ Information @ Osborn Aquatic Center 766-7946
        EMERGENCY: 9-1-1                                                                                                                IC = In City, OC = Out of City



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CIVIC BEAUTIFICATION AWARDS                                                                                      Corvallis, OR 97339-1083                                                PAID
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     he Civic Beautification Urban Forestry Commission (CBUF) requests your                                                                                                          Permit No. 23
     assistance! If someone you know resides within the Corvallis city limits and has
     impressive landscaping or a beautiful yard visible to the public, nominate them                                                                                   *****ECRWSS**Car-rt-Sort
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name, address, and a current photograph of the property you wish to nominate to:
Corvallis Parks and Recreation Department
Attn: CBUF/Michelle Griffin                                                                                                                       POSTAL CUSTOMER
1310 SW Avery Park Dr.
michelle.griffin@ci.corvallis.or.us
   The Commission will review nominations at their
August meeting and in September, will formally recognize
the selected winners with a certificate thanking them for
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