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iPage 6B - The News m Friday, August 2, 2019 Back ~U r Russell Slaton ~be News Correspondent ATHENS-Jason mith, lead pastor of irSt United Methodist hurch of Athens, urged thens r members 25 their club and who assumed in early July, said International had During his address, fore eventually finding the new Rotary president a home at the chapter in said members can miss Athens, where he stated out on "the 'why' of he's proud that members what we do" as Rotari- "are doing some good ans, then asked members and giving back to the to reflect on how Rotary community." "touched your heart." Smith urged members Dub Hirst said he was to share the "excitement originally invited to join and enthusiasm" of the Rotary in 2000, attend- local club, and to find ing morning meetings others to bring along oftheArlington Sunrise to weekly meetings. Rotary Club in Tarrant Those people, Smith County. Hirst said he said, would benefit from was moved by the turn- membership and, in out for the first club ser- turn, benefit the corn- largest membership vice project with which munity. growth ever recorded he was associated. "I'm excited about the 2018-19 year, After changing resi- what Rotary does in the e p eclally" with" Its" over- dence to East Texas, world and I want that to *'; s Hirst said he commuted happen in our commu- sea clubs. Smith said he s ,recruited to Rotary to Arlington to continue nity,' Smith said. "I want Sb:on after coming to ThoNowsPhoto/RusselISlaton his Rotary service be- our legacy to grow." thens in 2015. Athens Rotary President Jason Smith speaks July 25 about how Rotarians can shape their community by making connections and growing membership. Continued from Page 1A Continued from Page 1A phetamines to warrant a Johnson, the passen- state jail felony charge ger, was charged with there may be zens and new economic at Risk and Montgom- ment of a zoning ordi- against the driver Davis. possession of marijua- parts of each development scenarios," ery added the staff is nance to require a spe- Also found were scales, na which was discov- put together for Leisner said. pushing forward and cific use permit for com- syringes and rolling pa- ered in his backpack. preferred scenario. The group was intro- will give updates at munication antennae pers. third phase once duced to Athens Code each council meeting, and support structure in ,Y, . . - hit the mark, a Enforcement Officer In other business, a retail and commercial i: resentation will be David Campbell who council members: zoning district, requir- Salestax Continued from Page 1A biIed out." is a retired Dallas Po- approved a zoning ing a minimum setback i::Lesner said public lice Department Detec- change from SF-10 to gregter than or equal to chalk, cellophane tape, backpack is $99 with a Chgagement would be tive and new Public SF-7 for the property at the collapse zone of the compasses, crayons, $10 shipping charge, it and rewarding and Works Director Tim 801 Maryland Drive to tower as designed by a erasers, folders, note, wouldnot qualify. th at ,2 they.would . cre- Perry, whose credentials enable two single-fam- registered engineer in books, glue, highlight- Hegar estimates that a webszte for input include Certified Public ily homes to be built, the State of Texas. The ers, lunch boxes, mark- shoppers this year will f bughout the process. Manager and NIMS Deed restrictions were setback would be from ers, pens, paper, scissors save an estimated $102.2 "oWe will be engaged in Certifications. placed on the property the property line and and more. Textbooks million instate and local Facebook to get input During the Cain Cen- disallowing manufac- the special use permit and computers are tax- sales taxes during the and to advertise meet- ter update, Mayor Men- tured homes and main- would allow for ad- able. sales tax holiday. in s " " ? g,he added. We te Montgomery said taining minimum square ditignal stipulations for When items have a For a complete list can't say enough about City Manager Elizabeth feet of air conditioned special circumstances, delivery fee, that must of items, visit comptrol- establishment of city Borstad had received a space to be no less than approved authoriz- be added on to deter- goals help citizens letter from the architects 1200. Two neighboring ing Athens Economic mine if the item is under tions/98-490/. and property owners apd stake holders tell us some of the needs, some 9f: the desires from a realistic standpoint that Would help elevate the quality of life for citi- working on incorporat- ing the steering com- mittee ideas into a new plan using the original design as well. Borstad is preparing an RFP for Construction Manager homeowners present .at Development Corpora- $100. For example, if a the meeting withdrew tion to enter into Eco- their previously stated nomic Performance objections to the zoning Agreements and execute change once the deed loata documents with restridtions were added. HVAC Manufacturing approved amend- Inc. More from 'Cool School with Ms. Maria' The News Photo/Russell Slaton rheNe Photo/RussellSl ton Jude Darden (center) shakes a maraca with his grandfather, Craig Vigil, and Children spell "Earth" under the guidance of Ms. Maria (left) during the July his brother, Ezrah. 25: program. ~ The ~lews Photo/Russell Slaton The News Photo/Russell Slaton Portraying a falling asteroid, Bryar Fancher (right) zips away from his celestial While holding toy rocket ships high in the air, children sing along with Ms. group. Maria. . @