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					April 26, 2002                               PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA                                            Vol. 31. No. 5

            CREDIT                   UNION                  CHANGES                      ITS           NAME
    The Credit Union took the occasion at its annual mem-            President/CEO Linda Reynolds expressed the hope that
bership meeting on March 27 to announce its new name             members use the Credit Union as their primary financial
of Pinellas Federal Credit Union (formerly Pinellas County       institution so that the Credit Union’s established growth
Employees Federal Credit Union).                                 pattern will continue to flourish and expand along with the
    The meeting, attended by about 75 members (the larg-         best service in the business.
est attendance in the past several years) was a gala event           In elections held for seats on the Board of Directors,
held at the Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa in                 Chuck Kearns from EMS/Fire Administration was named
Clearwater that featured several Credit Union officials who      Chairperson with Tax Collector Diane Nelson elected as Vice
gave status reports on the various accomplishments of the        Chairperson. Steve Carroll from the County Administrator’s
Credit Union during 2001.                                        Office was reelected as Treasurer and Sue Johnson from
    Julie Scales, Chairperson of the Board of Directors,         Justice Coordination becomes new Secretary.
categorized 2001 as another year of growth for the Credit            On the lighter side, along with the tasty buffet, door
Union which posted increases in membership, loan portfo-         prizes of a 19” television, DVD player, CD stereo system,
lios, share balances and Capital-to-Asset ratios, all of which   electronic game and cordless phone were awarded to five
reflect the Credit Unions sound financial position.              lucky winners.

                 A New Logo For Information Technology
    Employees of the Information Technology (IT) Department recently participated in a logo contest sponsored by
the Department’s Human Resources Committee.
                                                       A number of employees took the challenge and displayed their hidden
                                                   talents by creating and submitting 38 unique designs that were judged by the
                                                   Department’s employees. Creating the winning logo (pictured below), which
                                                   will be placed on Department letter-
                                                   heads, business cards, shirts, etc.,
                                                   went to Senior Systems Technician
                                                   Vince Saporito, pictured at left with
                                                   IT Director Al Leiser. Honorable
                                                   mention goes to all the others who
                                                   submitted entries: Computer Systems
                                                   Analyst Greg Carro, Senior Programmer Analyst Steve D’Avolio, Senior
                                                   Systems Technician Louise Joiner, Network Technician Larry Kroegel, Net-
. . . . IT Director Al Leiser (l.) presented Vince work Technician Lynn Lemonias, Lead Systems Programmer Patti McLendon,
with four (4) hours of annual leave and a Senior Programmer/Analyst Candy Rodgers, Systems Technician Eddie
certificate for his winning design.                Slaughter, and Senior Programmer/Analyst Devina Trivedi.
    IT management, along with the Human Resource Committee, thanks everyone who participated in the contest. The
interest, participation and enthusiasm displayed by IT’s employees was deemed by everyone from top on down as nothing
short of sensational and morale-building.
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            Classifieds                                                                PERSONNEL BOARD CHIPS
FOR SALE: ‘98 VW Beetle, Black, pwr, 5
speed, 10 pk CD,37k.$11,200.943-0670.                                Here is a recap of the actions taken by the Personnel Board at its April 4
Bed, single, $75. Stereo, $10. AC energy                         meeting:
saver wall unit, $75. Utility cabinet, $15.                          Ö Approved the modification of Personnel Rule XV to bring it in conformity
Christmas Tree, $5, Tent, $10. 525-9644.                         with changes made by the FRS and the adoption of the DROP plan. The modifica-
China Cabinet, Mahagony wood and buffet
                                                                 tion removes certain current restrictions regarding optional exchange of leave
table for six, $350. 467-0063
Bunk Beds & twin mattresses, wooden,                             procedures. Employees are now allowed to exchange leave twice per year and
sturdy, $75. Health rider, $50. 937-4409.                        can designate a part of the exchange money to be used for a 457 deferred compen-
HP LazerJet printer. Works great, $100                           sation plan on either date of exchange. All other provisions of Rule XV remain
obo.15” color monitor, $60 obo. 446-3577.                        unchanged.
15” Gold Daytons 100 spoke wheels &                                  Ö Approved the Personnel Department’s budget for FY 2002-03.
Vogue Tires, $1,000. 733-0869.                                       Ö Approved the cyclic maintenance review of 34 positions of Professional
Walker, deluxe, removable arm extensions,                        Accountant in 14 different departments resulting in the upward reclassification of
2 mths new, $100. Kirby Vacuum & at-
                                                                 two Accounting Systems Coordinators, PG 44, to Senior Accountants, PG 46. All
tachments, make offer. 786-6274.
‘89 Toyota Cressida, V-6, 94,000 mi. 4 dr,                       other positions reviewed underwent no change.
sun roof, luxurious. $5,200 obo. 943-8199.                           Ö Approved a review of nine (9) Property and Store positions in the Highway
‘96 Pontiac Grand Am. Fully loaded, 51,000                       Department which resulted in one-step upward reclassifications for six positions and a
miles. Take over pymts. 457-3644.                                three-step upward reclassification for one other. Two positions remained as is.
‘83 Nisson 280 ZX, T-Tops, A/C, PW,                                  Ö Approved the reclassification of one position in Public Works from Infor-
Auto. Runs great, $2,995 736-8069.                               mation Systems Coordinator, PG 44, to Engineering Systems Coordinator, PG 46.
‘01 PT Cruiser, luxury touring edition. Sil-
                                                                     Ö Reclassified the title of one position in Public Works from Public Works
ver, 3600 mi.exc condi, $18,500.372-7165.
FOR RENT: Heather cottage, Wells Beach,                          Engineering Specialist II to Public Works Grants Program Coordinator with no
Maine. Sleeps 8. 75’ from ocean, 10mi.                           change in pay grade (47).
from Kennebunkport. Avail wks of 8/31 &                              Ö Received and commented favorably on the Personnel Department’s
9/7. $800 per week. 207-646-3091.                                Annual Report for 2001.

                                       Service Awards For April
        25 YEARS                         25 YEARS                        25 YEARS                        20 YEARS                       20 YEARS                        20 YEARS

 PAT FITZPATRICK                  RAYMOND KRAUS                       FAITH WIND                     CLARA BAITY                  ROBERT PEACOCK                  DARLENE ZOLLO
      Secretary                       AEO III                        Field Investigator             Sr. Office Specialist         Project Coordinator               Sr. Court Clerk
    Public Affairs                    Highway                         Social Services                    Highway                        Utilities                 Clerk of the Court

               TWENTY YEARS                                      Robert Joplin .................... Property Appraiser           Catherine Flegel .............. Environmental Mgmt
            (unavailable for picture)                            Andrew Kopp ..................................... Building      Herbert Gunthner ................................. Airport
James Klaeser .............................. Public Works        Princetta McCoy ................................. Utilities     John Hohenstern ..................... Animal Services
Sharon Galvao ...................................... Utilities   Sheila Murphy ....................... Court Assistance          Leonard Howell ........................ Recording Svcs
Patricia Smith ............................... Tax Collector     Doris Newman ............................. Tax Collector        Chuck Kearns ........................ EMS/Fire Admin
               FIFTEEN YEARS                                     Richard Polsky ................. Property Appraiser             Karen Lamb .................. Clerk’s Administration
David Bilodeau .......... Emergency Management                   Catherine Reighard ............................. Highway        Debra Lansdowne ....................... Public Affairs
Robert Carpentieri .................. General Services           Richard Soderlund ...................................... Park   Joseph Lawton .................................. Highway
Dennis Carter ............. Information Technology               Robert Taylor .................................... Highway      Connie Messina ..................... EMS/Fire Admin
John Cloud ......................................... Highway                         TEN YEARS                                   Ronald Olds ............................ General Services
Joan Dobbs ............................... Recording Svcs        Gregory Herremans ............ Fleet Management                 Patricia O’Neil ....................... Finance Division
Melvin Dukes ......................... General Services          Shelby Vleming .......................... Social Services       Monique Savas ..................................... Airport
Nancy Hagan .................... Property Appraiser                                  FIVE YEARS                                  Gerhard Thaden ................................. Highway
Kenneth Holderness ............................ Utilities        Israel Castro ................................. Public Works    Susanna Tootle ................ Consumer Protection
April 26, 2002                                         PINELLAS PEN                                                    Page Three

                                                 A Message
                          County Administrator Steve Spratt
    This is my first opportunity to provide a message to you      cultural heritage and sustainable economic development has
via the Pinellas Pen and I thank the editors for allowing me      drawn the attention of our peers throughout Florida and the
to do so.                                                         nation. Many other awards highlighted our efforts in planning,
    Interestingly, when I asked to write a column, I learned      public education and public awareness.
that my predecessor Fred Marquis had a practice of using the          In addition to the competency of our workforce, I have
Pen as a line of communication and I recently read a couple       other reasons to be optimistic about our future. Our relatively
of his messages from 1987, 1988 and 1989. Aside from hav-         new Board of County Commissioners (sitting in their current
ing this in common, many of you may know that Fred and I          form for only 18 months) is working cooperatively together to
also had the same boss for awhile. He served under Merrett        solve problems. They recently completed a two-day strategic
Stierheim when Merrett was Pinellas County Administrator; I       planning session which will produce specific objectives for us
served as an Assistant County Manager under Merrett while         to go to work on. They have shown strong confidence in staff
he was County Manager in Miami Dade County. I am pleased          by, among other steps, adopting amendments to the purchas-
to help in continuing progress that Fred so ably brought to       ing ordinance which incorporated recommendations aimed at
Pinellas County government for a remarkable 22 year term.         making procedures more efficient. These recommendations
    April 3rd was the four-month mark in my tenure as Pinellas    came from an employee task team that brainstormed ways
County Administrator. It has been a very busy job so far, and     for us to conduct business more efficiently. One significant
one that is both professionally challenging and an exciting op-   change was expanding the administrator’s delegated purchas-
portunity to accomplish great things.                             ing authority from the current $25,000 to $100,000. This will
    I have spent a great deal of time visiting as many county     spare us delays on many purchases that previously needed to
departments as the schedule would permit, and I look for-         await County Commission approval.
ward to meeting those of you whom I’ve not yet visited. Based         We are definitely in a period of change - from the
upon my observations and work with my fellow employees            seven-member Commission, to a new administrator, and from
thus far, I am very impressed with the talent and dedication of   a community that is getting younger, to new policies and ideas
our workforce. It is always fortunate to be able to work          in the workplace. It may sound idealistic, but I believe we
with a good team. As the administrator, having such capable       have a tremendous opportunity in this climate of change.
and conscientious employees is an essential ingredient for            You may have heard that what really motivates me is
success.                                                          making government work better for the people. I have lost
    In fact, a report recently crossed by desk that made me       count of the number of times I have been told; “it’s always
stop and take notice, and I want to share its contents with       been done that way”. Think of all those ideas you may have
you. It was a straightforward account of the local, state and     had to work smarter rather than harder and ways the County
national awards and accolades that Pinellas County Depart-        can serve our customers better which, for whatever reason,
ments received in 2001 (64 awards --- more than double            you couldn’t move to the next step. In this climate of change,
the amount of three years ago), which included national           I want to encourage you to innovate and be bold in our ap-
awards of excellence for Convention & Visitors Bureau,            proach to work. In the coming months, you’ll hear about
Fleet Management, Public Affairs and Utilities. Emergency         more ways to voice those ideas.
Communications/9-1-1 received national recognition in a               I am pleased with the progress made in this short period
report presented to the U.S. Congress, and Emergency              of 120 days. I have enjoyed meeting many of you and look
Medical Services was chosen overall best EMS service in           forward to meeting others. We have a fine organization. Let’s
North America by EMS Magazine. Pinellas County’s in-              continue working together to keep the progress coming ---
novative work in environmental stewardship, preservation of       making for a better Pinellas County.
           New Schedule For Board Of County Commissioners’ Meetings
    The Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners’ meeting times and dates have changed. They are now held
 twice a month, typically - but not always - on the first and third Tuesday. The first meeting of the month begins at 9:30 a.m.
 The second meeting of the month begins at 3:00 p.m., with presentations and public hearings commencing at 6:30 p.m.
 Meetings are held in the fifth floor Assembly Room of the Pinellas County Courthouse located at 315 Court Street in
    To confirm the time and date of BCC meetings, visit the County’s website at or call
 (727) 464-3000.
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                           EAC             2001                Annual                   Report
     2001 was another busy but productive year for the Em-            taking appropriate action on those which needed updating or
ployees’ Advisory Council. I am pleased to report that the Council    other modifications. (As a side-bar comment on the subject of
and its Delegates worked together closely and constructively to       goals, budget restraints sometimes forced some goals to be put
gather and present timely advice to Appointing Authorities, the       in the “Hold” category.)
Personnel Board, Department Heads and the Personnel Director               Council Members who served diligently and helpfully on
on a variety of employee-oriented matters.                            the EAC’s various internal committees are due a huge “Thank
     The year began with election of officers which resulted in       You” for their dedicated efforts on behalf of all employees in
the reelection of myself as Chairman and Cindy Haumann as             the Unified Personnel System. The names of these Representa-
Vice-Chairperson and the election of Peggy Balakier as Secre-         tives and the Groups they represent are shown in the box at
                                     tary.                            the bottom of the page.
                                         Organizationally, the             One of the EAC’s most important administrative accom-
                                     Council again took full good     plishments during the year was the creation, publication and
                                     advantage of its modus op-       distribution to each employee of several attractive three-fold
                                     erandi which relied heavily on   brochures that gave employees step-by-step instructions on how
                                     input from the 14 members        to obtain information on the Inter and Intranets about historical
                                     of the Council who were          as well as current Council matters; and via a Q. & A. format,
                                     given standing assignments to    emphasized the varied actions EAC Representatives and Del-
                                     report on activities involving   egates take to emphasize their communication responsibilities in
                                     benefits, by-laws, legislative   the interest of keeping all County employees better informed.
                                     matters, Suggestion Awards,           Logos on these brochures portray two clasped hands that
                                     Human Rights developments        highlight EAC’s motto and practice of “Working Together”.
                                     and safety.                      The same motto has also been carried over on the Council’s
     It was a distinct pleasure to appoint or reappoint two mem-      distinctive stationery and other preprinted material.
bers to the seven-member Personnel Board. The new member                   Guest speakers continued to play an important and infor-
is Mr. Clifford Williams, III, and Mr. Joseph Smith was reap-         mative role in both Council and Delegates meetings. During the
pointed to his second two-year term. The EAC is proud to have         year prominent speakers from the Offices of the County Ad-
had these well-qualified persons as our appointees and compli-        ministrator and County Attorney, the Director of General Ser-
ments them on their very helpful and incisive representation on       vices (re: building and parking progress) and Personnel’s Ben-
the Board.                                                            efit Manager, speakers from outside the County included repre-
     Two significant procedural changes took place during the         sentatives from FRS and the Florida Crime Prevention Program
year. Our By-Laws were rewritten to simplify EAC Election             added much to these meetings by their frank and informative
Procedures, making it less complicated for any qualified em-          behind-the-scenes comments.
ployee to nominate himself/herself. Also, another By-Laws                  Much of the credit for the EAC’s very productive year is
change was to replace the “chad card” voting procedure with a         due to the loyal and forthcoming support we received from
simple form indicating a vote with an “X” by the selected             management throughout the County, the Personnel Board, the
candidate’s name. These changes simplified nominating and             Personnel Director and several members of his staff, and from
voting procedures and encourage more candidates to run for            employees across-the-board.
open Council seats. The number of candidates for each open                 On behalf of all Council members I extend sincere thanks
seat increased when the year’s election drew 35 nominations           and appreciation to the many persons who helped the EAC achieve
for 8 openings.                                                       its successes during the busy year of 2001.
     Another significant change involved a reorganization of the                          HAROLD M. JANINDA
Council’s Goals Committee whereby recurring reports on the
status of goals were put into a more simple and workable for-
                                                                                Chairman, Employees’ Advisory Council
mat to assist Council members in reviewing Council goals and
                                        EAC REPRESENTATIVES DURING 2001
     Peggy Balakier, BCC Group V, Secretary                    Norman Roche, BCC Group I
     James Flaherty, Property Appraiser                        Robert Taylor, BCC Group III
     Lolita Harris, Jeff Brown, Information Technology         Tommy Tucker, BCC Group IV
     Cindy Haumann, Clerk South, Vice Chairman                 Marlene Costello, Supervisor of Elections
     Cindy Lunceford, Tax Collector                            Liz Daigle, EJ Parker, BCC Group VII
     Dave McDonald, BCC Group VI                               Paul Rogers, BCC Group VIII
     Debbie Peck, Other Appointing Authorities                 Lynn Smith, BCC Group II
April 26, 2002                                         PINELLAS PEN                                                      Page Five

   At a recent meeting the Suggestion Awards Committee awarded a total of $8680 to six employees for their suggestions
described below. This includes three maximum allowable awards of $2500.

    Solid Waste Program Supervisor Kelsi Oswald and Op-               During a systems check of the computer and software
erations Manager Deborah Bush came up with an operational         that controls the water system and generates all regulatory
cost saving idea to install a water line from the cooling tower   data, it was found to be only partially Y2K compliant. Rather
blowdown sump to the wastewater sump along with a pump            than replacing the total system as recommended by suppliers
and two valves in order to use water from the cooling tower       and consultants, Utilities employee Ken Osborne installed a
blowdown as supply water for the spray dry absorbers. Kelsi,      Windows NT platform at the plants that run the County-wide
pictured in front of the cooling tower (Deborah was unavail-      VMS based SCADA system making the software operational
able at picture time) split the top award of $2500 with Deborah   and saving the County over $200,000. Ken was awarded $2500
for not only saving the County a substantial amount of money      for his well thought out in-house solution to the SCADA
but reducing water usage and sewer discharges.                    System Y2K software problem.

                                                                      As the Department of Environmental Management and
                                                                  Solid Waste Operations were looking for a way to dispose of
                                                                  4500 tons of lead contaminated soils at a rather hefty price to
                                                                  the County, Utilities’ Hydrogeologist Bruce Weber evaluated
                                                                  the geotechnical properties of the contaminated soils and de-
                                                                  termined it would be suitable for use as structural fill. Behind
                                                                  Bruce (pictured at left) in the background a road was built
                                                                  using the structural fill. This suggestion turned what would
                                                                  have been a direct cost to the County, into a “no cost” positive
                                                                  use for the problem soils. For Bruce’s ingenious cost-saving
                                                                  suggestion, he was awarded $2500.

                                     Senior Court Records
                                 Specialist Marie Wilson
                                 (pictured at left) received          Unavailable at picture time was another who hit the
                                                                  jackpot. He is Public Works Engineering Specialist II Doug
                                 $50 for her winning sugges-
                                                                  Mitchell in the General Services Department. Doug de-
                                 tion to create an accounts
                                                                  vised an alternate path of travel and method of installation
                                 receivable for certified mail    for a communications conduit duct bank from the Criminal
                                 cost fee on cases with dis-      Justice Center to the new 49th Street Service Center (for-
                                 honored checks. This im-         merly Jumbo Sports) rather than a more costly proposal.
                                 proved procedure makes it        For Doug’s interest and originality in saving Pinellas County
                                 more efficient for the cash-     dollars associated with this project, he was awarded $1130.
                                 ier when verifying monies
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   OVER 10 YEARS                        OVER 21 YEARS
                                                                                                 Disa ‘n’ Data
                                                                           ~ At a recent National Network for       before the fire trucks arrived. Thanks to
                                                                       Youth Symposium in Washington, D.C.,         these two fine Public Works employees
                                                                       Pinellas County Extension 4-H youth          for their quick thinking and immediate
                                                                       Curtis Carro was awarded an Honor-           action to a citizen’s emergency.
                                                                       able Commendation for the Award of               ~ Emergency Communications Su-
                                                                       Excellence in Youth Leadership based         pervisor II Elli Childs would agree that
                                                                       on his efforts in Pinellas County. He has    good things come in small packages.
                                                                       been involved in the Community Youth         Granddaughter Amari was born Novem-
                                                                       Mapping Mentor Program, a Youth As           ber 13, topping the scales at 2½ lbs. Elli
Administrative Secretary  Senior Office Spec                           Resources Board of Director, a mem-          proudly reports that Amari is now 5
    Public Affairs             Utilities                               ber of the Commissioner’s Youth Advi-        months old and doing great.
                   20 YEARS
                                                                       sory Council and the 4-H Teen Council,           ~ Buckle Up Florida, a Department
                                                                       plus 3 various other school and commu-       of Transportation program that works
                                                                       nity organizations. Curtis, a Junior at      with law enforcement statewide to in-
                                                                       Seminole High School, is the son of          crease safety belt usage in Florida,
                                                                       Criminal Court Customer Service Man-         wants to remind everyone that wearing
                                                                       ager Vanessa and brother of Computer         a safety belt is the single most effective
                                                                       Systems Analyst (IT) Greg.                   thing you can do to protect yourself and
                                                                           ~ While enroute to their job site, En-   your children in a traffic crash. May 25th
              DAYTON SCARBOROUGH                                       gineering Services Technician I Dontell      thru June 2nd, Florida’s law enforcement
                Engineering Inspector
                      Highway                                          Green and Engineering Technician Reva        will be on the lookout for adults and chil-
Also retiring Maintenance Crew Leader Evelyn                           White came to the rescue of a motorist       dren who are not buckled up. Don’t put
Cummins, Park (over 14 years), Craftworker I                           whose truck was on fire. Grabing the         yourself or your family at needless risk
Joel Harper, Park (15½ years), and Records                             fire extinguisher off their vehicle,         of death, injury or getting a ticket. Buckle
Specialist II Winifred Williams, Clerk of the Court                    Dontell and Reva had the fire put out        Up Florida, it’s the law.
(10½ years).
                                                                       TOP HONORS FOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS
             Vital Statistics                                              At a recent National Association of Counties (NACo) awards ceremony,
BIRTHS: William Tuttell (Conven & Visi-                                Pinellas County was the recipient of two 2002 Acts of Caring awards. The Acts
tors Bureau) and wife Christine, a daughter,                           of Caring awards recognize community service provided by a county sponsored
Emerson, 8 lbs., on February 24.
                                                                       volunteer program that enhances or preserves that community’s quality of life.
    Tiana Walker (Utilities), a son, Dylan, 8
lbs. 10 oz., on February 25.
                                                                           The two programs that received NACo awards and which are administered by
    Denise Welch (Planning) and husband                                The Department of Public Affairs’ Volunteer Services Division were the Shell
Ron, a son, James, 5 lbs. 6 oz., on March 4.                           Key Preserve Volunteers and the Pinellas County Tutor Mentor Program.
    Shawnee McQuillen (Highway) and hus-                                   Volunteers in the Shell Key Preserve Program spent more than 400 hours
band Kerry, a son, Jarred, 7 lbs. 6 oz., on                                                    during a 12-month period collecting data on bird activities
April 10.                                                                                      that is vital for understanding how best to manage the pre-
MARRIAGES: Bruce Weber (Utilities) to                                                          serve and to determine if changes are needed. Along with
Jasmin Colo Orot on December 21. (Correc-
                                                                                               collecting data, the twenty volunteers assisted in the con-
tion to March 29 notice.)
     Scott Deitche (Environmental Mgmt) to
                                                                                               struction and maintenance of fences, installing signs, trash
Sari Schlossberg on February 2.                                                                and debris removal and helping with bird surveys by docu-
     Janice Sanborn (Park) to Gary Shibley                             menting the species and number of birds and which habitats were used during the
(Planning) on March 17.                                                migrating and wintering period.
                     Pinellas Pen                                          Volunteers in the Pinellas County Tutor Mentor Program are matched with at-
A regular publication of the Personnel Depart-                         risk students to serve as positive role models. The 63 employees
ment f o r a n d a b o u t t h e e m p l o y e e s o f t h e
Unified Personnel System of Pinellas                                   currently serving as mentors contribute an hour of their time each
County, Florida.                                                       week to assist the students with their school work and provide
    400 SOUTH FORT HARRISON AVE.                                       friendship and guidance to these children.
      CLEARWATER, FL 33756-5113
         PHONE 464-3367/4835/4836
                                                                           Volunteer Services coordinates more than 1085 volunteers who
                       FAX 464-5548                                    donate their time in a variety of ways to assist Pinellas County.
    Online @ http://ups/eos/eosmain.htm
Editor .................................................. Al Collins   For information on becoming a volunteer, call Volunteer Services Manager Tim
Assistant Editor ..................... Connie Chancey                  Closterman, at 464-4591.
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