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    2A Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Appeal Tribune
Lunaria Gallery: “!Pura Vida!”
an exhibit of Mesoamerican
inspired artwork by Silverton
based painter Lori Rodrigues
and Salem based ceramicist
Bruce Fontaine. Gallery hours: 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Reception, 7
to 9 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 5
p.m., Lunaria Gallery, 113 N
Water St, Silverton. Free. 503-
Borland Gallery: “SilverFox
Studios Dreamscape Alchemy” a
collective of nine local artists
who specialize in diverse media
(painting, pyrography, pa-
percutting, photography, leath-
erwork, etc. Gallery hours: 8 a.m.
to noon Mondays-Fridays; noon
to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays,
303 Coolidge St., Silverton. Free.
Book Signing: Northwest
author Walt Polzin will sign
copies of his novel, “Badman,” 6
to 9 p.m., Books-N-Time, 210 N
Water St., Silverton. 503-874-
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Silverton Farmers Market:
Vendor booths with fresh local
produce, crafts and more, 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m., Town Square Park,
Main and Fiske streets, Silverton.
Free. Silvertonfarmersmarke-
Adult Coloring Night: Relax
and de-stress at the library with
Home School Day at The
Oregon Garden: Learn about
your natural world and get
inspired with fun science and art
activities, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., The
Oregon Garden, Visitors Center,
879 W Main St., Silverton. $9; $4
students. 503-807-1614, Ore-
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the State Fire Marshal
bans field burning when
two of three conditions
exist: Temperature over
95 degrees, humidity of 30
percent or less, or winds
of 15 miles per hour or
Silverton Zenith Woman’s
Club Meeting: Members come
together to discuss ways to fund
and implement projects that
benefit the Silverton communi-
ty, 7 to 9:30 p.m. Call for meet-
ing information. 801-414-3875,
SEPT. 10
Silverton Anytime Fitness
Grand Re-opening Event:
Barbecue, live class demos,
raffles and prize giveaways,
competitions, local business
vendors, and DJ Doc Titus, 1 to 7
p.m., Anytime Fitness, 703
Mcclaine St., Silverton. Free.
503-873-7033, Anytimefit-
SEPT. 13
Ancestry Detectives: “Family
History: An Adventure Like No
Other” with Susan Baird, who
says this is appropriate for
seasoned researchers as well as
beginners and everyone in
between, 10 a.m. to noon, Silver
Falls Library, 410 S Water St.,
Silverton. Free. 408-803-9110.
Still, forecasts aren’t
Last year, 12,123 acres
were burned, all in Mar-
ion County. ODA esti-
mates local communities
were impacted by smoke
for eight of the 25 days
field burning took place.
State law requires
farmers to post flaggers
and signs when they burn
near roads, but ODA
found that doesn’t always
The department issued
five letters of warning –
and one notice of non-
compliance to a repeat of-
fender – for the six inci-
dents since 2012. It has not
issued any fines for traf-
fic incidents.
During the past six
years, ODA also has cited
14 farmers for illegal
stack burning, burning
without a permit, burning
past the “fire out” time,
and allowing a field burn
to escape and cause a
wildfire. It has fined three
of those farmers.
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community. We know that
the field will be busy in
the coming years with
community sports and we
are excited and looking
forward to it.”
Stayton High School
Director Darren Shryock
expanded on the implica-
tions this project has for
the school.
“What it means for
Stayton athletics is that
we no longer have to rent
a field to play on when
post-season soccer rolls
around. It means our foot-
ball team won’t host a
play-off game in the mud
this year,” Shryock said.
“But what it really
means is that our field will
now reflect the kind of
school SHS is becoming,”
he continued. “As a
school, we have worked
extremely hard to raise
standards and expecta-
tions for our staff and stu-
dents while developing
rapport with the students
to make Stayton one of the
elite schools in the valley.
Our field will now reflect
that same mindset.
“In one sense, the field
was not necessary; we
could still play on the old
field and muddle through.
In another sense, it was
very necessary. The
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school grounds and facili-
ties should reflect the out-
standing character of the
staff and students at Stay-
ton High School. Stayton
is quickly becoming ‘the
school’ to attend for high
school kids just like our
new turf will be ‘the place’
to play football and soccer
Silverton High School
Asst. Principal/Athletic
Director Greg Kaatz (who
has recently assumed the
position of principal at
Mark Twain Elementary
School) echoed that senti-
ment in speaking of the
new McGinnis Field.
“More user groups will
have access to it and it will
be open year round,” he
said. “The kids are excit-
ed and the field color and
design is beautiful. Kids
are proud call the field
‘theirs.’ We have in-
creased options and use of
our outdoor space. It was
very complex and beauti-
fully done. This is defi-
nitely something Silver-
ton has not done before.
There are a lot of folks
without whom this would
have been possible.”
Stayton Booster Club
President Randy Forrette
summed up these devel-
opments as being more
than merely school im-
provements. Talking of
the Stayton High School
work, his words extend to
both schools in realizing a
long-time dream.
“It’s been a lot of work
and there’s a lot still to do
but what this project has
really done is to bring the
school and the community
together,” he said. “There
are huge advantages for
everyone and it’s been
amazing the momentum
we have achieved through
team efforts.”
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jail, held on $60,000 and la-
belled a flight risk. On
Wednesday, he was ar-
raigned on a fourth-de-
gree assault charge.
His next hearing is
scheduled for Sept. 1 at
8:30 a.m. at the Marion
County Circuit Court An-
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p.m., Silver Falls Library, 410 S
Water St., Silverton. Free. 503-
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along with engineer Jim
Huddleston, made the
project go. Several other
local businesses have as-
sisted the project in criti-
cal ways: Knife River, X-
Rock, North Santiam Pav-
ing, and EZ Grade, to
name a few. The Doris
Wipper Fund also funded
a $75,000 grant, and there
are several other busi-
nesses that made key do-
The district did not use
general fund dollars, but
did partner in the project
with monies that have ac-
cumulated over time
from work that the dis-
trict did with the Oregon
Department of Energy
and large Oregon busi-
nesses in the Energy Tax
Credit program. This
money was released for
general purposes this
“We spoke with several
districts our size who said
that the turf was a great
value for their schools
and communities,” Gard-
ner said. “ Another valu-
able aspect of the project
is the sense of pride and
commitment in the school
Review Body : Planning Commission
Hearing Date & Time : September 13, 2016. 7:00
Hearing Location : Council Chambers, Silverton
Community Center; 421 South Water Street.
Agenda Item #1:
File Number CU-16-02.
establishment of a Daycare at 399 South Water
Street and 310 South First Street. Pick up and
Drop off is proposed to occur via South 1st
Street. The request if for up to 39 children with
a long term max capacity of 60-72 children.
Located between South Water Street and South
First Street South of Jersey Street at 399 South
Water Street and 310 South First Street; Marion
County Assessor’s Map 061W35CB Tax Lots
11900 & 11200. The application will be reviewed
following the criteria found in Silverton
Development Code section 4.4.400.
Agenda Item #2: File Number PA-16-07 &
Minor Partition application to
partition 227 Steelhammer Road into five
parcels in two phases with a variance request to
allow more than three residences to be served
by a private driveway. Located on the west
side of Steelhammer Road south of Oak Street
at 227 Steelhammer Road; Marion County
Assessor’s Map 061W35AB Tax Lot 02100. The
application will be reviewed following the
criteria found in Silverton Development Code
sections 4.3.140 SDC & 5.1.700.
Agenda Item #3:
File Number CU-16-03.
Conditional Use application to convert the
existing single family dwelling into a duplex at
410 North Second Street. Located on the east
side of North Second Street between Park Street
and A Street at 410 North Second Street; Marion
County Assessor’s Map 061W35BC Tax Lot
The application will be reviewed
following the criteria found in Silverton
Development Code section 4.4.400
All interested persons and the general public
will be given an opportunity to be heard relative
to the application either by submitting material
in writing to City Hall or providing oral
testimony at the Public Hearing. Failure of an
issue to be raised in a hearing, in person or by
letter, or failure to provide enough detail to
afford the decision maker an opportunity to
respond precludes appeal to LUBA based on
that issue.
Additional information and/or
review of this application, including all
documents and evidence submitted, may be
obtained at Silverton City Hall, 306 South Water
Street, or by telephoning Jason Gottgetreu at
(503) 874-2212. Copies of the staff report will be
available seven (7) days prior to the public
hearing and are available for review at no cost
at City Hall, a copy can be provided on request
at a reasonable cost.
Silverton Appeal August 31, 2016
Continued from Page 1A
lice arrived. The victim
said he was in severe pain,
and he’d lost conscious-
ness once. Officers deter-
mined the full beer can
met the definition of a
dangerous weapon be-
cause of the way it was
used and that it could have
caused serious injury.
The statement listed
the alleged crimes as sec-
ond-degree assault and
unlawful use of a weapon.
Estate of David Robert Clouse
Notice to Interested Persons
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Marion, Probate Department,
Case No. 16PB03121.
In the Matter of the Estate of David Robert
Clouse, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Shirley Clouse
Slaugh has been appointed as the personal
representative of the above estate. All persons
having claims against the estate are required to
present them to the personal representative in
care of the attorney listed below, within four
months after the date of first publication of this
notice, as stated below, or such claims may be
barred. All persons whose rights may be
affected by the proceedings in this estate may
obtain additional information from the records
of the Court, the personal representative or the
attorney for the personal representative.
Dated and first published August 17, 2016.
Personal Representative
Aaron R. Tillmann, OSB NO. 160495
Attorney for Personal Representative
1001 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 1100
Portland, OR 97204
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- A Turf Field Celebration and
Booster Open House will be
held at 6 p.m., Wed,. Sept. 14.
The event will include a
ribbon-cutting ceremony,
athletic activities for all ages,
a celebration cake,
presentations and
performances by the SHS
cheer team and Stayton
Highlights dancers.
- An Open Field presentation
will be held from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. at McGinnis Field Sat.,
Sep. 24, during which the
Silver Fox Foundation will gift
the field to the Silver Falls
School District at a
ribbon-cutting celebration.
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