THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Village of Coleman President Praises Public Work Employees
In a Regular Coleman Village Board meeting on Feb. 5th, Village President Glenn Woulf complimented the Public Works for an excellent job in handling the snow removal for the village. Board members also commented how pleased they were with how swiftly and efficiently the snow removal process has been going.
Regarding the Coleman Fire Department, there were 4 calls during the month of January: 2 car fires and 1 car accident. The Fireman's picnic will be held on July 21, and discussion took place about a possible "Meat Raffle" on April 8.
According to the Building Inspector Report submitted by Building Inspector Dennis Gross, the following contacts were made in January: 117 Louis Ave., advised getting an electrician to look at the service, 119 W. Main St., checked for plates on plumbing and smoke detectors. A permit was given to Kathryn Meissner of 107 Zelia Street to remodel, replace windows and insulate.
Four operators license were given to the following persons: Kelly Polimis of Cougar Shell, Pamela LaCount of Cougar Shell, Jessica Miller of Cougar Shell and Avery Thomas of Cougar Shell.
According to the Police Report provided by Chief Ida Soletske, the department received 25 complaints, and issued 3 adult citations. The Joint Municipal Court of Coleman, Pound and Beaver had 10 adult hearings, 2 juveniles and 4 just cause hearings.