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    COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL July 8, 2015
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service outside the city limits,” he
said. Many of the rural residents af-
fected reside close to the city limits,
and Alverson said they amount to
about 4.5 percent of the company’s
rate base.
“We could have raised the rates
for all of our customers to cover the
costs, but we didn’t think it was fair
to the rest of our ratepayers to cover
a cost incurred by a small percent-
age of the base,” he said.
Alverson said the Garbage Service
has been letting its rural customers
know about the change, many by
telephone. He said that Lane County
still has a contract with Ecosort to
not pay fees to the company at its
transfer stations, and he suggested
that rural residents take their recy-
cling to the London or Sears Road
stations, which are open Saturday
and Monday through Saturday, re-
spectively.
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FRIDAYS 8 PM
MAP ROOM THEATER
SATURDAYS
5PM & 8 PM
MAP ROOM THEATER
Salem police seek help
locating child porn suspect
Salem Police Detectives are requesting as-
sistance from the public in locating a suspect
in a child pornography case.
David Michael Brown, 27 years old, is a
white male adult, 5'09", 210 lbs with black
hair and brown eyes. There are no known ve-
hicles associated with Brown.
Brown has valid warrants for his arrest
for 20 counts of Encouraging Child Sexual
Abuse and is a registered sex offender. He
has also been placed on the Salem Police
Department Ten Most Wanted Listing. It is
believed that Brown may be in the company
of a young child and attempting to leave the
state.
Anyone with information as to the where-
abouts of David Michael Brown is asked to
immediately call 911.
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Tom Guiry & Mike Vitar
ADMISSION
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Village Green Resort
725 Row River Rd.
Cottage Grove
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Visit villagegreenresortandgardens.com for more information
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PS & COLORING ACTIVITY
Children Playing With Fire...
The 5th Leading Cause of
Human-caused Wildfi res
Th ere are many children in Oregon who are curious about
fi re and set one as a result of the curiosity. Th ere are other children
who use fi re setting to get even with someone with whom they
are struggling. Regardless of the child, the adults in the home are
responsible for the damage caused from the result of a child’s actions.
Parents, do you have any idea how much it costs to suppress a
wildfi re set by a child? In the past fi ve years, 21 fi res set by children
burned 8 acres and cost $53,501 to suppress on state protected lands
in Oregon.
Juvenile-set fi res are the fi ft h-leading cause of human-caused
wildfi res on state protected lands in Oregon. It is critical to keep
matches and lighters out of the hands of children. Children are
naturally curious, and if the opportunity arises, they may use the dry
grass out behind the house to see what the match can really do. Th e
wind picks up the fi re and a wildfi re results.
Matches and lighters are tool, not toys. Th ey are for adults to
use to light the fi replace, light candles on birthday cakes or light
barbeques. Keep all matches, lighters, and other types of igniters up
high and out of your child’s reach.
“Th is is absolutely the responsibility of the adults in the
home,” said Kristin Babbs, President/CEO of Keep Oregon Green
Association. “Th ey, and only they, are responsible for keeping
igniters away from their children." Parents are responsible for the
damages and suppression costs of not more than $5,000 that result
from a wildfi re set by their child (ORS 477.745).
Th is message brought to you by these sponsors:
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Joseph Osborn Plumbing
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