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Illinois Valley News, Cave Junction, Ore. Wednesday, December 19, 2018
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In other news, city recorder Rebecca
Patton, reported that she was successful
in negotiating a new stream of revenue
for the city through an amendment to
the city’s Ground Lease Agreement
with Cingular Wireless who is adding
T-Mobile and Verizon to their tower.
The two additions to Cingular’s tower
will generate $1,400 in monthly rent for
the city’s coffers. In addition, Cingular
has agreed to pay a conditional signing
bonus of $55,000, which will be used
for the purchase of property adjacent to
the Jubilee Park for expansion, as well
as funding part of the cost of replacing
lighting in the ballfield at the park.
Councilors Miles and Bosch
expressed dismay over a mid-day live
news report from KDRV12 which cast
Cave Junction in a negative light (high
crime), with Miles stating that “our job as
leaders in the community is to ensure that
we’re branding our community accurately.
People misrepresenting our city have gone
on for far too long. We have a sheriff’s
department who is moving forward, a
chamber of commerce that is moving
forward, and a lot of really positive things
happening in the Valley. We can’t allow
the media to continue to broadcast the
negativity about our Valley where none
Mayor Dalegowski agreed and
said the reporting had been sloppy,
news stories need to be grounded in
fact. Residents of the Illinois Valley are
encouraged to call the KDRV news desk
to let them know how unhappy they are
with the reporting. The number to call is
Dalegowski’s closing comments
reflected that he really appreciated being
given the chance to be in the position of
mayor. He thanked the city councilors and
staff for their input, help and integrity.
The massive talents and responsibility
will go forward.
A workshop to prepare the final draft
proposal for the MOU will be held Friday,
Dec. 21, from 4-6 p.m.; and the next city
council meeting will be held Jan. 7, 2019,
to swear in the new mayor, Meadow
Martell and elect a council president.
(Photo by Scott Kern, Illinois Valley News)
No. 0 senior Bryce Bruner shoots a layup during the 63-75 home loss to
Phoenix Thursday, Nov. 29. The Cougars’ next home game will be Saturday,
Jan. 5 against Butte Falls.
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ple things like ribbons and tinsel
can result in an intestinal blockage.
Another hazard associated with
the holidays is poisoning. Poinset-
tias, holly and mistletoe are toxic to
cats and dogs. Some additives sold
to help hydrate the Christmas tree
are prepared with chemicals that
are caustic to animals. Chocolate is
another toxin many animals, espe-
cially dogs, become poisoned with
at this time of year. Even in small
amounts it can be deadly.
Pets will frequently drink out of
glasses or eat whatever might be sit-
ting out on the counter (such as raw
bread dough), the alcohol and the
yeast ferment in the stomach and
can cause tremors, coma and death.
Those Christmas turkey bones can
Pet Safety during the Holidays:
As the holidays approach, we need
to pay special attention to the safety
of those four-legged members of
our family. Their health impacts our
own, as we look to them for com-
panionship and love. Here are a few
precautions to keep in mind as you
prepare for the holidays. Pets are
fascinated with all the new items
around the house. They usually ex-
plore them by chewing and tasting
and often (unfortunately) by swal-
lowing. These objects wreak havoc
in the gut and the results can range
from slight diarrhea to an explosive
bout of vomiting. The worst situa-
tions are when the object swallowed
becomes lodged in the bowel or the
glass ornament cuts into the gut. If
left undiagnosed or untreated, these
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