Newly elected mayor Delbert Dickey
! eriti- I I Procedures in obtaining city water water connections were requested by Bud Arnold and Alvin Roberts, j They were informed that the city ordinance calls for a $33 fee for service and $10 deposit which is returned when the service is ended and bills paid. Delbert Dickey, newly elected mayor, appointed Louis Grata com-1 com-1 com-1 missioner of the fir department; j Clyde Powell to bead the street and road departments: Noble Snider, Snider, the water department, and Vincent Duncan, civil defense and j police. The council decided to charge commercial users the difference j in price between the cost of a regular regular At-inch At-inch At-inch water meter and a larger one if it is requested. This 1 would be in addition to the regular j service charge and deposit. I Mayor Dickey reported he wild issue a news letter at his own I expense for two months. The pub-1 pub-1 pub-1 lication, he said, will give the pub-lie pub-lie pub-lie an outline of business trans-1 trans-1 trans-1 acted at board meetings and seek suggestions for improvements to the city. It was also announced ' that the budget meeting will be held in March. Residents were warned against allowing dogs to run at large in the city. It was pointed out that the gardening season is approaching approaching and that dogs caught running at large will be impounded and penalties imposed before the animals animals are released to owners. Amendment Proposed For Legislators' Costs SALEM lit A proposed constitutional constitutional amendment that would let the legislators give themselves unlimited expense allowances was introduced in the House Thursday by Rep. W. H. Holmstrom (D), Gearhart. It also would increase the annual annual legislative pay from $600 to $1,000. The measure says that the expense expense allowance would be not less than $5 a day.