The Regional Council was set to seek foreclosure on an $80,000 loan with Precision Results in Jamestown, he said. However, after discussion with the owner, the committee said a payment plan could be worked out on the $64,157 balance.“We believe we have worked out a plan with them and are very optimistic with that,” Bowerman said.Three other loans will move into foreclosure. Pfahlf Enterprises, which runs the Ashley Hotel in Ashley, is delinquent on its $32,000 loan with $27,203 outstanding.
Admission: freeDetails:worship, potluck, games, prizes, comedianContact: First Assembly of God, 252-4092, or visit ourheartispeople.com----An annual church picnic that is open to the public has food and comedy along with an outdoor worship and music planned on Sunday, Aug. 20.The Meet Ya’ at the Park! picnic has really grown in the past five years by working to attract returning students and families from vacation, said the Rev.
The forum offered a conversation on development with a process that involves many agencies, said Joshua Gackle, a Kulm City Council member. “We’ve sat in city council meetings in the past and talked about programs we knew existed but did not know where where to look,” Gackle said.
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Selecting a term
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