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  • VOLUME 20

    ISSUE 9

    NOVEMBER

    2017

    Welcome to the Terrytown Communicator. The purpose of this publication

    is to keep you up to date on events and decisions that effect your city.

    This publication is provided as a public service by the City of Terrytown.

    You can contact the City Office at 632-7212.

    CARPENTER CENTER

    NEWS

    Girls Youth Volleyball for

    ages 5-12 begins on

    Saturday, October 28.

    For more information, please

    call the Carpenter Center

    at 635-8422.

    CARPENTER CENTER MENU

    Nov. 2 — Chili Dogs

    Nov. 7 — Grilled Chicken Sandwich

    Nov. 9 — Swedish Meatballs

    Nov. 14 — Pork & Sauerkraut

    Nov. 16 — Carry-In Turkey & Dressing

    Nov. 21 — Cuban Sandwich

    Nov. 23 — NO MEAL SERVED

    Nov. 28 — Vegetable Soup

    Nov. 30 — BBQ Chicken

    Meals are $5.00 per plate which includes an entrée, salad,

    drink and dessert. Carry out available upon request. Please

    RSVP by calling 635-8422 before 2:00 p.m. the day before.

    The Contractor is continuing work on Phase 1 of the Terrytown Water Project. The Contrac- tor is currently working on Country Club Road, installing new water mains and connections to the City of Gering. The Contractor anticipates being completed with this work by the end of October.

    Once the work on Country Club Road is com- plete the Contractor will begin to install new water mains in the alley behind South Street.

    The City thanks everyone for their patience during this project.

    Thank you, Jeff Wolfe, City Engineer jwolfe@mcschaff.com U

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    116 Terry Boulevard, Gering — 632-7212

    DATES TO REMEMBER

     November 2/6:30 p.m. City Council Meeting

    89A Woodley Park Road, Gering

     November 10/all day City Office Closed

    Veteran’s Day

     November 15/all day Monthly Utility Bill Due

     November 23/all day City Office Closed

    Thanksgiving Day

     November 24/all day City Office Closed

    Day after Thanksgiving Day

    Wishing You and Yours A

    Happy Thanksgiving

  • THE TALK OF TERRYTOWN

    To the City of Terrytown Residents

    Police Services

    The City of Scottsbluff provides police services to the City of Terrytown. The Scottsbluff Police Department responds to your calls for police services,

    as the department does for the citizens of Scottsbluff.

    If you have a law enforcement problem, call the County Communications Center: 9-1-1 for emer- gencies and 632-7176 for non-emergencies. A dispatcher will answer your call and will need to ob- tain the following information from you:

    Location of where police services are needed. Speak clearly, giving accurate directions, includ- ing house numbers, apartment number or nearest landmark. Residents should take this op- portunity to make sure their residences are marked with visible house numbers. This may make the difference in a life or death situation.

    Your name, address and telephone number. You are not required to report this information but it is very helpful if there is a need for officers to obtain further information from you.

    What police service is needed, what is the problem? You will be asked what the problem is and some of the details of the incident. We need that information so we can respond ac- cordingly.

    The radio dispatcher can generally give you information on when an officer should be there it should be within 3 to 4 minutes. This depends on patrol unit location and their call status at the time. Other non-emergency calls will generally be handled in priority. We will respond to all law enforcement requests, except the following:

    Snow removal. Code Violations such as tall weeds or grass, abandoned vehicles on private property, accumula-

    tions of trash on private property etc. Animal complaints such as dogs/cats which are not an immediate danger or concern to safety

    can be taken care of by calling the Panhandle Human Society at 635-0922 or you can call the city office. In the event of an animal bite the Scottsbluff Police Department will need to be contacted by calling the communications center.

    When you notice or experience these types of violations you should contact the Terrytown office. Terrytown is afforded fire protection through Scottsbluff Rural Fire Protection District. Call 9-1-1 to report fires and 632-7176 to report fire code violations. The Scottsbluff Police Department is pleased to serve the citizens of Terrytown. Kevin E Spencer Chief of Police Scottsbluff Police Department