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Page 6 December 16, 2010 Duane and Essie Martian. of Ennis. Mont.. along with Klaus and Baerbel Rachfall of Muenden. Germany, are proud to announce the engagement of their children. SSG Donnie Martian and Dr. Nicole Rachfall. They will be married Dec.17, 2010. in Denmark. Donnie is a 2000 graduate of Ennis High. He then joined the Army and has been stationed in Germany for the past seven years. Nicole has just received her Phd. from Georg Augustine University in Goettiogen. Germany. They plan on returning to the states in March. where Donnie will be sta- tioned at Fort Bragg, N.C., and Nicole will continue her post- doctorate studies at Duke University. Donnie is the grandson of Beatrice Martian of Beach. Also. his aunt and uncle Darrel and Marylou Martian. and Raymond and Barbra Martian are of Beach. Smorgasbord time! Above: A large crowd attends the Dec. 12 Smorgasbord. Below: Pastor J.T. Burk, right, serves John Thompson at the Smorgasbord held on Dec. 12 at Lincoln Elementary School in Beach. The event was sponsored by First Lutheran Church of Beach. (Courtesy Photos by Linda Stoveland) Dig out the oldprom dress. Prom Night is coming to the Go a Bar/ Stop in and check out our new clothing and toys!!! Beach 701-872-3737 .Bowman 701-523-3252 .Dickinson 701-225-8123 Elgin 701-584-2681 Lemmon 605-374-3373 www. Christmas Open House at the Manor Sunday, December 19 3-5:00 p.m. in the Activity Room Everyone is invited to join the residents for some Christmas Cheer & Cookies!!! t! From your Friends at the Golden Valley Manor CITY OF BEACH SNOW REMOVAL OPERATION This plan has been written to provide information regarding snow removal. The plan provides flexibility and policies that will allow the streets and alleys to be cleaned as quickly and efficiently as possible, while providing the best serv- ice possible to citizens and businesses The second phase of the snow re- moval response involves citywide plow- ing. Our goal is to plow 8 streets within t6-20 hours after the snow ends. Additional snow and high w i n d s can complicate our attempts to meet this goal. in Beach. C. CLEAN-UP OPERATION BEGIN When snow falls in Beach, the city's (a) Widen streets where necessary. Public Works staff hits the streets. The , (b) Haul snow from Central Business city crew works 12 hour shifts while the District. snow is falling to keep all snow emer- (c) Clear intersections by widening gency routes open. ~ (d) Alleys will be cleared will be ooened first to orovide access 3.0 SNOW REMOVAL OPERA- to the clinic and fire halls and enable TIONS emeraencv vehicles to enter and ~;Kit Preparing a snow plan that can be the city. Secondary routes wil be followed directly is virtually impossible. plowed upon the completion of emer- Therefore, this plan attempts to provide gency routes. Special consideration will as much flexibility as possible while be given for extra help in snow removal keeping the needs of the public mind. at churches and senior centers. Assis- 3.1 SNOW ROUTES tance may be given after the city is Snow routes were developed to cleared, allow the Public Works Director to des- The goal of the Public Works De- ignate a snow emergency route and re- partment is to plow all the streets and quired ALL parked cars to be removed alleys in a timely, efficient manner, from these designated routes. If vehi- Safety to the citizens is our first pri- des are not removed they will be towed ority. Additional snow and high winds and impounded! can complicate our attempts to meet this 3.2 NORMAL SNOW ACCUMULA- goal. Your patience and understanding TION (4"-8") during snow removal operations are ap- Snow removal operations will pro- )reciated! ceed as outlined in section 2.0. The In addition to plowing, the city crew crews will start working 12-hour shifts dso hauls snow out of the business dis- and continue until finished. trict and areas where little boulevard 3.3 HEAVY SNOW ACCUMULA- space is available for snow storage. TION (High Winds or 8" or more of Snow will be removed on City owned snow) sidewalks. Private sidewalks are the re- Heavy snow accumulations will usu- sponsibility of the owner as stated in the ally require more than a 24-hour opera- City of Beach Code of Ordinances tion. If City personnel cannot keep up 3.0209: "It shall be the duty of the with the storm, private contractors will be owner or occupant of each lot in the utilized. Intense storms are contingent city of Beach to remove from the upon many factors such as high winds, sidewalk in front of or along the heavy snow accumulations, and rain same, any snow or ice which forms, and storm durations. When private con- accumulates or obstructs such side- tractors are used, they will be given spe- walk within twenty-four (24) hours cific areas to work in. The primary after the snow ceases to fall thereon", emphasis wil be to keep the streets When a private sidewalk is located ad- passable, until the emergency is over. jacent to the street, snow may be Then the operations will continue as out- plowed onto the sidewalk. If this hap- lined in section 2.0. pens, the city crew will remove the snow 3.4 ALLEYS from the sidewalk as time and conditions Once all City streets have been )ermit, cleaned, operations will move into the al- Other special circumstances, such leys. A front-end loader will make one as funerals, will receive attention as ap- pass through the alleys. Any snow ac- propriate. Preparing a snow removal cumulation outside of the path will be the )lan that can be carried out directly is responsibility of the adjacent property impossible. Different weather conditions owner, will require this plan to be modified as 3.5 SANDING needed by the Public Works personnel. The City uses salt and sand mixture The city crew wiU try to be as flexible and as 10 parts sand to 1 part salt. Theob- respond to special needs as much as jective will be to cover all major inter- poss!ble. If you.haVe ,questions or con- sections, There will always be someone cerns regarding this snow removal plan on call during winter months for what- you can contact Public Works Superin- ever operations are needed. tendent Dell Beach at 872-4133 (city 3.6 SIDEWALKS shop) or 872-6122 (cellular phone). Snow will be removed on City owned 1.0 GENERAL or maintained sidewalks with a skid This plan has been written to provide steer loader Private sidewalks are the information regarding snow removal pro- responsibility of the owner as stated in cedures and policies. The plan provides the City Of Beach Code of Ordinances flexibility and policies that allow the 3.0209: "It shall be the duty of the streets to be cleaned as quickly and ef- owner or occuoant of each lot in the ficiently as possible, while providing the city of Beach to remove from the best service and safety to the citizens sidewalk in front of or along the and businesses of Beach. same. any snow or ice which forms. 2.0 OPERATION accumulates or obstruct such side- A. PRIOR/TY FIRST-PHASE 1 walk within twenty-four (24) hour Attempt to keep all Snow after the snow ceases to fall thereon'; Emergency Routes open until snowfall 4.0 CONCLUSION ends. The city crew will work Prepanng a snow plan that can be 12-hour shifts. Safety concerns, such as carried out directly is impossible. Differ- ;~ero visibility, will dictate assig n- ant weather conditions will require this ments. It may be necessary to call in plan to be modified as needed by Public equipment from certain areas as in bliz- Works personnel. The department will zard conditions, try to be as flexible and respond to spe- B. SECOND PHASE cial requests as much as possible. Honda West 745 West Villard St. Dickinson, ND 888-483-7990, 701-225-2803 SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS honda.corn UTtL{TY ATVs ARE RECOMMENDED ONLY }*OR RIDERS t6 YLARS O~- AGE AND OLDER BE A RESPONSIBLE RIDER ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET. EYE PROTECTION AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND PLEASE RESPECT THE ENVIRONMENT. 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