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12 The Sun, Thursday, May 15, 1980 Continued from Page 10 think we ought to take a look at it." 0fher opponents cited Ed Pierce of Grand good service with PP&L,Ronde said that the ference for pyaing difference between bills to paying high PP&L's wholesale cost taxes and fear of creep- for power and the price Jing socialism as reasons they charge consumers f for their stand against a represents a 515-percent PUD. markup. "When bread gets to be $10 a loaf, I wonder if the same people will try to buy out the bakery," sald Jim Kaiser. Although outnum- bered, several PUD sup- porters in the audience did speak up. Kent Bylund said he had recently moved to Dallas from Eugene, which is served by a public utility district. He "You don't have to be a college graduate to know that a 515-percent markup is a ripoff," he said. A representative of the Oregon State Grange also spoke in favor of the PUD, claiming that exist- ing PUDs charge cus- tomers considerably less for power than do private utilities. Both supporters and ill mln The tax base sought by School Distric 30J, the Willamina unified school district, is $1,421,000. Although the total proposed budget is 19% higher than it was last year, the tax base sought is actually $2,000 less than last year's levy. The school board decided to present to the voters as a tax base the same amount needed for the 1980-81 budget. Because of the fire loss, some education programs were dis- rupted, leaving a $140,000 carry- over. That allowed for some budget increases while reducing the amount needed from taxes. The most significant increases ool in the proposed budget result from adding two full-time teach- ing positions for the Willamina Grade School. A new full-time teacher was hired in Grand Ronde Grade School at Christmas time, so that position, too, is an added budget item. All other budget increases are minimal. The total proposed budget for 1980-81 is $2,537,574. In addition to the $1,421,000 sought from property taxes, the district will receive revenues from timber taxes and from state and federal revenue sharing. The amounts from those sources, however, are unknown , but whatever is received in timber taxes is lie deducted from the amount levied against property. This is the first time the voters of the school district have been presented a tax base. Approval of the tax base will allow the district to levy an annual property tax of up to 6% without going to the voters. That would save the district the cost of annual elections, which often have to be repeated once or twice. According to Superintendent Donn Mitchell, statistics have shown that districts with a tax base have had less budgetary increases than the districts that have had to go to the voters each year to approve their operating budgets. New school multi-u room by board The Willamina school board has firmed its plans for the new grade school, making the final decisions where the necessary cuts would be and allowing architect Jim Luey to complete the working drawings. Under advisement from the building com- mittee, which has been active since February, has been 123,000 101,000 square Site developr will be month with work in June. Buildl~ struction bids in September struction to October. the grades 1-5 multi- purpose room will be /\ kept, after all. At the previous board meeting, it had bean suggested 315S, that room be cut. The size of the 6-8 I q grade gym has been Pastor- N~ erl a n s c co axs reduced toapprox- imately 10,000 square said his monthly electric opponents of a Polk feet, and will have SmKlay= bill in Eugene had been County public utility bleachers on both sides. aobut $80; PP&L bills district will get another The following questions about for Y-C High School. **, New Chapman bonds being the only Both the multipurDose here for similar months chance to air their views the May 20 tax base election for Chapman facility issue approved issue remaining, room and the gym will ranged from $118 to Wednesday, June4, at 9 Sheridan schools were answered by voters would Increase this How well protected are the have dressing rooms. ~I.T IE $1,5,8,. , a.m. in Room 107 of the by Superintendent Bill Hilton. amount to approximately $10.59. district buildings In case of fire? The areas Cut from the BAPTIST O I don t know what county courthouse in What is a tax base? In developing a Tax Base, Isn't Answer: The Board took action original design are the Liles southeast. PUD means other than Dallas. when the county Answer: A tax base is the it wise to Inflate It to meat the this year to use some contingency On Salt Creek( that the price seems to commissioners conduct amount of local funds a district is needs for several years, rather funds to Install a zoned fire covered play area, the offHigh~ go down," he said. "1 their own public hearing, allowed through taxes. It has to than making it equal to the detector unit in the Faulconer artroom, two classrooms SUNDAY be approved by the voters. The astimatsd 1980-81 needs? School. Funds are included in the from the grades 1-5 9:45 a.m. Sul propos(Y:l tax base, $929,509.00 is Answer: By setting an inflat.~, 1980-81 approved budget to section and one class- ll:00a.m.Mornb6:00p.m. Eveni equal to the estimated local Tax Base to cover several years install a similar unit at the room from the grades 6-8 9:00 p.m. Youth revenue necessary to balance the needs, it relieves a governmental Chapman School with plans to do area. The plans still WEDNESDAY 1980-81 budget, agency from having to gain voter the same at the high school in contain an art room and 7"00p.m. Can the tax bale be Increased? approval on yearly Increases 1981-82. A fire would automati- music room for grades 7:o0 p.mBoys & Answer: Yes. There is a growth which would be totally up to that cally set off the City fire alarm. 6-8 and a music stage 7:30p.m. factor of 6% allowed by the agency. The Sheridan School Thee zoned panel will indicate to room for grades 1-5. Gee. Oregon Statutes. To exceed the Board and Budget Committee felt firemen where the fire is With the agreed upon 973 Prices! On aft haircuts & st 'les on Friday, May 16th. This special is ceh, hrate ur 7th annirersarv of doin business in " " Sheridan. .-Pare Ray S.W. Monroe Sheridan 843-3737 6% a speclai levy must be approved by the voters. Is the amount of taxes uIed to pay off bonded Indebtedness included in the tax base? Answer: No. These are separ- ate funds approved by the voters. How does the local school district tax rate compare with neighboring school districts? Answer: It is difficult to get an exact comparison, due to the bonded indebtedness varying from district to district. However, the following 1979-80 tax rates existed for the listed districts: Amity, 12.33; *Carlton, 12.30; Central, 11.66; Dallas, 11.00; Dayton, 11.02; McMinnvllle, 12.75; Salem, 12.03; Newbarg, 12.93; **Sheridan, 8.59; *Yam- hill, 13.30; Willamlmt, 9.81; Perrydale, 16.32. * i nd icatas elementary districts, include rate limitation. The Yamhill County Commissioners and City of Sheri- dan have opted to go the other route of setting a larger figure than is necessary for the 1980-81 budget. Thus, you can see, different views exist. Are there any immediate needs for additional facilities in the Sheridan Schools? Answer: No. The new Chapman facility will provide for much needed space in that building regarding physical education and music programs. It will also allow more community related activity space. The high school bonds will be paid off in 1982 with the a Tax Base equal to the estimated located in the building, cuts, the original plan 198081 revenue necessary to What Is the Impact of the ..... balance the budget was the best proposed Tax Base In relationship route, allowing for more account- to the "A' and "B" levies ~leri~Assenily of God ability and voter consideration on needed, If the tax base Is Jack Bailey, Pastor IS increases to exceed the 6% unsuccessful? 919 s. w. 2nd Street Sunday Services, Answer: "A" and "B" levies Family Night- Wednesday, 9:4Sa.m., \ estimated tax rate would be $13.35 compared to $11.89 for the new tax base. Where can additional Informa- tion be obtained? Answer: You may contact William Hilton, Superintendent of Schools, at 843-2433 (office) or 843-2157 (home). Shop the claSS ftedS ' t 7 - 8 p.m. Evening 330 S. Main St. WiHa Paslor Henry N. Green Sunday 9:45 School of The Bible 7:30 Wed. Bible 11:00 Worship Service I0-11:30 Sat. 6:30 Praise Service and Royal Rangers in the WILD WOOD. Sun. Services10:00 a.m. Church 11:00 a.m. Sun. Eves. 7:00 p.m. PASTORS Joe Kmpf 843-2604 Hallo Ifarehblei 879-5533 545 SOUTH BRIDGE ST., SHERIDA~1,! 843-2313 Sunday School 9:45 a.m, Sunday Service 11:00 a.m. Rev. Jerry 8tmday Evening O:00 p,m. rviee 7:30 p.m. Last year, Felipe and his co- workers helped save customers $1.5 million by restoring some 4,662 transformers.., trans- formers that cost around $62 to restore and about $755 to replace. Felipe's restorations add approximateiy 25 to 50% longer working life to each transformer. So you can see the savings mount quickly when you consider that PGE uses some 140,000 transformers. Sav- budget. And the rapid ings that are more important growth of new customers in now than ever before. Electricity costs are going up everywhere, it's not just here. Both private and public utilities throughout the country are facing soaring prices. Higher equipment costs, fuel costs and interest rates have everyone on a tight our service area is another of the problems we face. But, at PGE, we are fortunate to have people like Feffpe Camacho working hard to keep costs down wherever they can. People with cost- saving ideas for you. I ! Assembly of God Chnreh, 919 SW 2rid, Sheridan . 843-3277. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Worship, 11:00 a.m., Evening Worship, 6:00 p.m., Family Night, Wednesday, 7 - 8 p.m. Pastor, Jack Bailey. Assembly of God, Pastor, Henry N. Green. 330 S. Main St., Willamina. Sunday School, 9:45, Worship service, 11:00. Phone, 876-4424. Sunday Evenings 7 p.m. Pastor--Joe Kropf; Asst. Pastor--Hugo Knehbiel. Emnumuei Lutheran Chinch, LCA. 315 S. Main, Willamina. 876-6844. Pastor Ned Landis. H~dy Communion: 10:00 a.m. Sundays. Emmanuel Pentecostal Cottage Meetings. Thursdays 7 p.m. Call 876-3245 for meeting place. Sheridan Bible Baptist Gary D. Knouf, pastor. James Petz. Bible Monling Worship 11 p.m. Wed. Eve Prayer 643 E. Main St., Sheridan Sheridan Mennonite 240 Pastor Jim Eigsti. School 10 a.m. Worship Christian Church, 121 N.E. Yamhill, Evening Worship 7 p.m. Sheridan, 843-2994. Raymond C. Free Methodist Church 217 NE D., St. Michael Church Rasar, Minister. Sunday Bible School, Willamina. 876-4085. Sunday School Agency Rd. Grand Ronde. = 9:30, Worship, 10:45. High School I I a.m, Worship 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Vigil mass 6 p.m SatutdS~Ik Youth Meeting, 6:00. Evening Ser- Gene Jarvis, Pastor. mass 9 a.m. Pasior vice, 7:30. Good Shepherd (~a~oHe Church, E. S.D.S. ~ ,I,'~" Chdstain Church, 200 SE Baker, Main and Hill Sts., Sheridan. 8I~ Willamina, 876-2097. Minister Dennis 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass, 5 p.m. Trinity Lutheran ChurCh ~_8I. Morley. Sunday School, 9:45, Worship Sundays 8 and 10 a.m. Weekdays 8:30Sheridan Rd. Sunday SchTJr~ to el Service, 8:30 & II a.m. Evening a.m. Rev. Claude R. Klotz, S.D.S. Worship Service 10 a.m.P.~'~,~-" Worship, 6:30 p.m. Choir practice,Maranatha Chapel 2.8 miles from Horman. Office: 843-4747't -" 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Buell, Gooseneck Rd., Sheridan. 843-4350. all Church of God of Prophecy, Agency 843-3476. Paul Leinenbach, pastor. Cr. Rd., Grand Ronde. 879-5237. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. and 6 United Methodist Churcll.ll~la, Sunday School 9:45. Worship Service p.m. Sunday. Bible study Wednesday fhurch school 9 4~5, 10~45~ 10:45. 7 p.m. ~ipii!i~" S~I~[ Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Willamhm Nazarene Church Grand Rondo. F,"q-S2q"~. Sumlav School 10 a.m.. Church oflhc Nazarene $45 S. Bridge. Morning Worship II a.m. Sunday ~hcridan. 84.L2317,. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday Service 1!:,00 Wed. evening service 6:15 p.m. Pastor, Grand Ronde: Worship S Eve 7 p.m.A.W. "Dave Davis, Lowell Drake. 10:45. Rev. Larry McCann. ][ t assoc, pastor. Rev. Jerry Warren, Salt Creek Baptist Church 12 miles Sponsor~ By.These Mercha-~[~ R. S. BURCH CO, INC. , FORT HILL LUMBER CO. ~. Sheridan, Oregon 843-3014 C,ompliments of Art & Ed MoshofskY, T! I~.'~ CAREOUSEL CARE CENTER DRIVE-IN PHARMACY "J~.~r & EMPLOYEES 1313 N. Adams, McMinnville, Oregon 47~I~- CORNER STORE NICE ELECTRIC .. 112 W. Main - Willamina 242 E. Main, Willamina ri~r, I Uompliments of Augie and Betty Frownfelter Howard Nice 876-2282 1 I THE KING'S CORNER . SMITH'S BODY SHOP I~l I Rexall Drug Store 157 N W Orchard 843-3357 ~I~7~" 226 S Bridge St , Shersdan 843 3121 Com lete " ~ 1 , , " " " ,, p body'work - glass replaced "~I~,'~