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    CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, June 5, 2021
651 Help Wanted
Center for Human Develop-
ment is currently looking for
individuals to work in our out-
patient behavioral health clin-
ic with both our adult and chil-
dren’s teams. Qualifications
range from High School Diplo-
ma to Master Level Qualified
Mental Health Professionals.
If you are looking for an or-
ganization that offers high
quality supervision, excellent
benefits with a generous re-
tirement contribution, a cre-
ative, customer-driven culture,
look no further. We are offer-
ing a $1500 sign on bonus for
Master Level Positions! For
a list of our current openings
please visit our website at ch-
dinc.org.
The City of Stanfield is currently
accepting applications for the
position of Mechanic/Munici-
pal Worker. This is a full-time,
benefit eligible position. Salary
Range is between $39,660 -
$52,620 DOE.
Full job description, application
and instructions to apply are
available online at
http://cityofstanfield.com/
employment.
Submit applications to
Stanfield City Hall
160 S Main St.
PO Box 369
Stanfield, OR 97875
Deadline to apply: June 18,
2021 5:00PM
Serenity Point Counseling
Services
Seeking a Full-time Mental
Health Professional or equiv-
alent. Able to provide Mental
Health evaluations and treat-
ment services. Excellent op-
portunity to join an expanding
Behavioral Health Agency
providing Substance Use Dis-
order, Mental and Behavioral
Health Services. Agency will
provide necessary training
and supervision toward Sub-
stance Use Disorder Profes-
sional (SUDP) Certification.
The
successful
applicant
will be engaged in providing
Co-occurring disorder treat-
ment services for adult and/or
youth population. Hourly sala-
ry DOQ/E. Full benefits pack-
age. Spanish bi-lingual a plus.
Please provide Cover letter
and resume when requesting
application at 410 S Wilbur
Ave. Walla Walla, WA
651 Help Wanted
Archery Instructor Needed
The City of Umatilla is recruit-
ing for a part-time seasonal
Archery Instructor for a week-
long youth archery camp and
weekend tournament. This
recreation team member will
introduce youth to the fun sport
of archery, while teaching im-
portant skills such as safety,
bow types, proper stance, and
release techniques. $12.00 -
$15.00/hr. DOE. City is asking
applicants to turn in a City ap-
plication. Information and ap-
plication can be found on City
of Umatilla’s website www.
umatilla-city.org.
Complete
packets can be mailed to City
of Umatilla, PO Box 130, 700
6th St., Umatilla, OR 97882.
Open until filled. EOE/AA.
JM Eagle of Umatilla, Or.
The world’s largest plastic
pipe company is seeking a
CLASS A CDL
TRUCK DRIVER
for our fast paced shipping
department. Full time hours
will vary daily Monday-Friday.
Must have a current medical
card and clean driving record.
Hourly wage DOE, excellent
benefits, paid holidays.
$500 signing bonus based
on NO ABSENCES,
NO TARDINESS and
NO DISCIPLINARY ACTION.
New hires will receive $200
after 60 working days and
$300 at the end of 6 months.
Apply in person at 31240
Roxbury Rd, Umatilla, OR
97882 or send resume to:
branditurner@jmeagle.com
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Career Opportunities:
•Medical Technologist
•Business Office Manager
•Procurement Officer
•Certified Medical Assistant/
LPN
•(2) Sober Transitional House
Peer Recovery Mentors
•Physical Therapist
•Physician – Family Medicine
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541-240-8713
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101 Legal Notices
EO-11440
NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
A public meeting of the City of Pilot Rock will be held on June 15, 2021 at 6pm at Pilot Rock Council Chambers, 143 W. Main, Pilot
Rock, Oregon. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 as approved by the
Pilot Rock Budget Committee. A summary of the budget is presented below. A copy of the budget may be inspected or obtained at
City Hall, 144 NW Alder Pl., Pilot Rock, Oregon, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or online at www.cityofpilotrock.org. This
budget is for an annual budget period. This budget was prepared on a basis of accounting that is the same as the preceding year.
Contact: Teri Bacus Telephone: 541-443-2811 Email: teri.bacus@cityofpilotrock.org
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - RESOURCES
Actual Amount
Adopted Budget
Approved Budget
2019 - 2020 This Year 2020 - 2021 Next Year 2021 - 2022
Beginning Fund Balance/Net Working Capital
1,456,812
1,581,508
1,928,918
Fees, Licenses, Permits, Fines, Assessments & Other Service Charges
508,676
858,646
871,962
Federal, State and all Other Grants, Gifts, Allocations and Donations 174,648
3,745,438
651,825
Interfund Transfers / Internal Service Reimbursements
183,208
181,518
181,518
All Other Resources Except Current Year Property Taxes
3,319,880
94,083
27,200
Current Year Property Taxes Estimated to be Received
183,669
182,000
188,000
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
5,826,893
6,643,193
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY OBJECT CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Services
Materials and Services
Capital Outlay
Interfund Transfers
Contingencies
All Positions Are
Open Until Filled.
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in the classifieds!
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EO-11435
NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
A public meeting of the Helix Park and Recreation District will be held on June 15, 2021 at 6:30 pm at 119 Columbia Helix, Oregon. The
purpose of this meeting is to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 as approved by the Helix Park and Recreation
District Budget Committee. A summary of the budget is presented below. A copy of the budget may be inspected or obtained at 116
SE 2nd Street, Pendleton, Oregon, between the hours of 1:00pm and 4:00 p.m. weekdays. This budget is for an annual budget period.
This budget was prepared on a basis of accounting that is the same as the preceding year. In response to the current health emergency
resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines will be available via Zoom - video and/or telephone. For more
information on attending the meeting please contact Kylie McClintock at 541-276-3521.
Contact: Kylie McClintock Telephone: 541-276-3521 Email: kylie@candmc-cpas.com
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - RESOURCES
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Actual Amount
Adopted Budget
Approved Budget
2019-20
This Year 2020-21
Next Year 2021-22
Beginning Fund Balance/Net Working Capital
123,952
150,000
190,000
All Other Resources Except Current Year Property Taxes
5,280
5,300
4,400
Current Year Property Taxes Estimated to be Received
74,399
70,000
70,000
Total Resources
203,631
225,300
264,400
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY OBJECT CLASSIFICATION
Personal Services
13,426
5,000
27,200
Materials and Services
35,183
60,400
64,900
Capital Outlay
0
20,000
20,000
Contingency
0
50,000
50,000
Unappropriated Ending Balance and Reserved for Future Expenditure 155,022
89,990
102,300
Total Requirements
203,631
225,390
264,400
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS AND FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT EMPLOYEES (FTE)
BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT OR PROGRAM
Name of Organizational Unit or Program
FTE for that unit or program
Total FTE
0
0
0
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN ACTIVITIES and SOURCES OF FINANCING
No significant changes are expected in activities as compared to previous years. It is anticipated that fee for fire protection services
contract with the City of Pendleton will increase approximately 10% over the previous year and majority of District funding will come from
property tax collections.
PROPERTY TAX LEVIES
Rate or Amount Imposed
Rate or Amount Imposed
Rate or Amount Approved
2019-20
This Year 2020-21
Next Year 2021-22
Permanent Rate Levy (rate limit .4805 per $1,000)
.4805
.4805
.4805
STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS
None
PUBLISH JUNE 5, 2021
Total Resources
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755,963
3,066,129
444,850
183,208
0
1,376,743
Unappropriated Ending Balance & Reserved for Future Expenditure
3,849,423
791,300
4,643,198
807,283
181,518
40,500
179,394
821,200
1,701,210
742,258
181,518
40,500
362,737
Total Requirements
5,826,893
6,643,193
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS AND FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT EMPLOYEES (FTE)
BY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT OR PROGRAM
Name of Organizational Unit or Program
FTE for that unit or program
3,849,423
City Hall Office and Overhead Dept.
FTE
Mayor and Council Department
FTE
Police Department
FTE
Parks Department
FTE
Street Department
FTE
Public Works Departments
FTE
Library
FTE
Not Allocated to Organizational Unit or Program
FTE
123,480
1
7,440
0
83,150
3
120,882
0.11
529,610
0.12
1,869,300
3.75
106,383
0.87
1,009,178
0
Total Requirements
Total FTE
9.11
9.11
138,181
1
4,079
0
371,924
3
25,835
0.11
81,028
0.12
3,320,110
3.75
60,935
0.87
1,824,792
0
123,475
1
9,676
0
464,720
3
120,400
0.11
468,646
0.12
4,833,158
3.75
96,400
0.87
526,718
0
5,826,893
6,643,193
3,849,423
9.11STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN ACTIVITIES and SOURCES OF FINANCING
The City will increase the sewer rates by 3% ($1.26 to residential users), as part of the incremental increases to meet rising costs
associated with the operation and maintenance of the sewer system. Increases to personal services reflect an increase in medical
insurance costs, PERS as well as a 3% wage increase.
PROPERTY TAX LEVIES
Permanent Rate Levy (rate limit 2.8958 per $1,000)
Rate or Amount Imposed
Rate or Amount Imposed
Rate or Amount Approved
2019 - 2020
2.8958
This Year 2020 - 2021
2.8958
Next Year 2021 - 2022
2.8958
STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS
LONG TERM DEBT
on July 1.
General Obligation Bonds
Total
Estimated Debt Outstanding
$0
Estimated Debt Authorized, But
Not Incurred on July 1
$4,358,000
$0
$4,3558,000
June 5, 2021
EO-11431
NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
A public meeting of the Echo School District 5R Board of Directors will be held on June 21, 2021 at 6:00 pm at 600 Gerone Street, Echo
Oregon. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 as approved by the Echo School
District Budget Committee. A summary of the budget on Form ED-1 is mailed to all residents and presented below. A copy of the budget
may be inspected or obtained at 600 Gerone Street, Echo, Oregon between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. This Budget is for an
annual budget period. This budget was prepared on a modified cash basis of accounting that is the same as the basis of accounting
used during the preceding year. This notice, meeting link and copy of the budget document will be available at: www.echo.k12.or.us
Contact: Raymon Smith, Superintendent Telephone: 541-376-8436 Email: rsmith@echosd5.org
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - RESOURCES
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Actual Amount
Adopted Budget
Approved Budget
Last Year 2019-20
This Year 2020-21
Next Year 2021-22
Beginning Fund Balance
$2,845,097
$1,918,245
$2,081,390
Current Year Property Taxes, other than Local Option Taxes
911,216
922,000
965,000
Current Year Local Option Property Taxes
0
0
0
Other Revenue from Local Sources
300,747
395,845
352,100
Revenue from Intermediate Sources
8,256
93,850
76,350
Revenue from State Sources
3,233,862
3,723,310
3,921,760
Revenue from Federal Sources
128,381
332,950
1,001,900
Interfund Transfers
184,089
200,000
378,100
All Other Budget Resources
170,888
0
3,300,000
Total Resources
$7,782,536
$7,586,200
$12,076,600
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY OBJECT CLASSIFICATION
Salaries
$2,149,126
$2,298,344
$2,517,600
Other Associated Payroll Costs
1,029,913
1,090,610
1,033,337
Purchased Services
433,518
647,771
865,548
Supplies & Materials
332,578
700,822
871,306
Capital Outlay
1,089,253
478,445
626,119
Other Objects (except debt service & interfund transfers)
95,508
110,111
3,422,593
Debt Service*
594,927
617,100
781,000
Interfund Transfers*
184,089
200,000
378,100
Operating Contingency
0
250,000
250,000
Unappropriated Ending Fund Balance & Reserves
1,873,624
1,192,997
1,330,997
Total Requirements
$7,782,536
$7,586,200
$12,076,600
FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY FUNCTION
1000 Instruction
$2,554,110
$2,973,415
$3,232,615
FTE
29.75
28.75
30.40
2000 Support Services
1,691,751
1,862,688
2,083,888
FTE
14.23
14.73
14.73
3000 Enterprise & Community Service
215,420
265,000
345,000
FTE
3.70
2.70
3.70
4000 Facility Acquisition & Construction
668,615
225,000
225,000
FTE
0
0.00
0.00
5000 Other Uses
5100 Debt Service*
594,927
617,100
931,000
5200 Interfund Transfers*
184,089
200,000
378,100
5400 PERS UAL Lump Sum Payment
0
0
3,300,000
6000 Contingency
0
250,000
250,000
7000 Unappropriated Ending Fund Balance
1,873,624
1,192,997
1,330,997
Total Requirements
$7,782,536
$7,586,200
$12,076,600
Total FTE
47.68
46.18
48.83
* not included in total 5000 Other Uses. To be appropriated separately from other 5000 expenditures.
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN ACTIVITIES and SOURCES OF FINANCING
The 2021-2022 budget was created utilizing 49% of an 9.1 billion state budget and level enrollment estimates to maintain programs and
staffing.  The budget allows for flexibility and balanced spending with state and federal funding from COVID-19 relief. The District is con-
sidering selling pension obligation bonds to limit its payroll liability with the Oregon Public Employee Retirement System.
PROPERTY TAX LEVIES
Rate or Amount Imposed
Rate or Amount Imposed
Permanent Rate Levy (Rate Limit 4.6747 per $1,000)
4.6747
Levy For General Obligation Bonds
$358,000
STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS
LONG TERM DEBT
Estimated Debt Outstanding
Fund
July 1
General Obligation Bond
310
$550,000 Refinanced 3/2012 Final 2023
General Obligation Bond
310
$3,996,494 Bond May 2016 A&B
PERS UAL Bond
311
$983,981 Original final 2028; New in July 2021
Other Borrowings
100
$123,781 SB Final 2022 SBx2 Final 2024
Total
$5,654,256
June 5, 2021
4.6747
$372,000
Rate or Amount Approved
4.6747
$372,000
Estimated Debt Authorized, But
Not Incurred on July 1
$3,300,000
$3,300,000