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Mayor's Corner 10/15/14

Dear Friends:

It’s deer season! Many are too young to remember when the deer hunt was the biggest event of the year.  Everyone dressed in orange or red. The stores were packed with local and out-of-state hunters stocking up on supplies. Everybody went to the Deer Hunters Ball.

I can’t adequately describe how excited I was as a teenage boy when I was allowed to finally go to deer camp and carry a rifle. My brother and I rode on the front fenders of my Dad’s old Willys Jeep as we made our way to the deer camp on Sargent Mountain late Friday afternoon.

My uncles had been there protecting the camping spot for three days. They could hear us coming up the mountain. They had the beef stew nearly ready, lots of desserts, and pine nuts aplenty -- all roasted and ready to eat.

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Mayor's Corner 10/08/14

Dear Friends:

It’s deer season! Many are too young to remember when the deer hunt was the biggest event of the year.  Everyone dressed in orange or red. The stores were packed with local and out-of-state hunters stocking up on supplies. Everybody went to the Deer Hunters Ball.

I can’t adequately describe how excited I was as a teenage boy when I was allowed to finally go to deer camp and carry a rifle. My brother and I rode on the front fenders of my Dad’s old Willys Jeep as we made our way to the deer camp on Sargent Mountain late Friday afternoon.

My uncles had been there protecting the camping spot for three days. They could hear us coming up the mountain. They had the beef stew nearly ready, lots of desserts, and pine nuts aplenty -- all roasted and ready to eat.

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Mayor's Corner 10/01/2014

Dear Friends:

The fall colors have been spectacular in our mountains, and now it’s moving down to the valleys! Mother Nature is preparing for winter. Are we prepared?

For most of us, preparing for winter is a pretty basic task.  But what about our preparations for other things?  I have been involved with county and state planners for several months trying to learn just what our community could and should do in case of a disaster. A prime example is what happens when too much water comes in our mountains all at once. It impacts our community in a negative way and we continue to look for solutions.

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Richfield City is selling RICHFIELDOPOLY GAMES.  These games are going for $25 each.  If you live out of town, we can ship them to you, but you will need to pay the postage as well as the $25.  This will make a great Christmas gift for your family members.  Please call us at (435) 896-6439 to arrange the purchase of a game, or come in to purchase one in person.

 

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 On June 17, 2014 the Richfield City Council passed the budget for the 2014/2015 fiscal year.  Following is a summary of the revenues and expenditures of the budget for the various funds of Richfield City.  If you have any questions about this information, please contact Mike Langston at 896-6439.


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