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SMALLTOWNPAPERS 2.17 WEST COTA ST. SHEt.TON WA 98584-2263 hllMI,h,!lq"l,lflhMI''l.llll''"lll"'"h"l"'llql . I I........ I I I OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR 1 IORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Norwalk Warriors Vol. 44 No. 52 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 ernail: news@norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, May 16, 2013 Early Deadline For Newspaper Norwalk Student Due to Memorial Da) the deadline for the Thursday, t Education Foundation J May 30 issue of this newspaper will be noon Thursda) May 23. The newspaper staff will be sending the news- Activities and Events paper to the printer early on Frida) May 24. The office By Lori Miller, President UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS Following are the unofficial results of the May 7, 2013 Special Election in re: a casino in Warren County. War- ren County Supervisors will canvas the votes to make them official Tuesday; May 14. BE IT RESOLVEDj 'the results of the May 7, 2013, Warren County Special election are as follows: 33,089 Total Registered Voters 10,872 Total Votes Cast 32.89% Voter Turnout * Indicates Winner Precinct YES *NO Allen 2-3/Greenfield 1 488 611 Belmont/Otter-Milo 187 235 Greenfield 1/DM85/DM86 274 240 Indianola 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 1,359 2,078 Jackson/Jefferson 285 329 Liberty 38 46 Lincoln I 50 106 Norwalk 1/NW2-Greenfield 1/ NW3-Linn/NW 4/WDsM-Cumming 1,116 2,252 Richland-Palmyra/Palmyra179 189 Union 41 73 Virginia/Squaw Creek 118 188 White Breast 115 67 White Oak 77 131 Total 4,327 *6,545 WCEDC Issues Statement Jason E. l /hite, Executive Director of WarrenCuntY Economic Development Corp. issued the following statement the day after the Warren County gaming ref- erendum vote: "We want to thank everyone who took time to vote in yesterday's referendum election. As our organization's core purpose is facilitating job and busi- ness growth for existing and new businesses in the county, WCEDC was certainly a major partner in the effort of the 'Warren County Citizens for Good Jobs' to bring 600 jobs, 250 construction jobs and $4.5 million in annual revenue for our sclxools, charities and infrastruc- ture and new dollars into our county. Though there is disappointment, we wish to thank the many individu- als who contributed in some way to supporting this project. We are proud of the proponents' hopeful, opti- mistic and positive campaign which was put before Warren County voters. Further, we wish to invite those who opposed this project to put forward alternative ideas for economic development projects in Warren County and to harness those same energies from the campaign to contribute to our county's advancement. Warren County has many exciting projects for 2013, WCEDC has a strong portfolio of economic develop- ment projects looking to invest in Warren County and WCEDC recently received the "Overall Program" award from Governor Terry Branstad for our Business Reten- tion & Expansion program. The future is bright!" OES Dinner This Sunday Members of Good Will Chapter, Order of the East- ern Star will host the monthly dinner Sunday, May 19, from 11 a.m. to i p.m. at the Masonic Hall on Main Street. The meal is open to the public. The menu includes hamballs, cheesy potatoes, green beans, coleslaw and homemade pie. The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children 10 and under. All proceeds are used for community service projects. will be closed Monday, May 27. Regular hours will resume Tuesda) May 28. Norwalk High School Graduation Events The annual Norwalk High School Honors Night will be held Thursday, May 23, at 7 p.m. at the Norwalk Per- forming Arts Cepter. Seniors will be awarded various awards and scholarships at the event. Norwalk High School Graduation will be held Sat- urday, May 25, at 10 a.m.. at Blake Fieldhouse in Indianola. Senior class president Melanie Riordan, along with school dignitaries, will address the class and audi- ence. Photo submitted. Agenda REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING Norwalk City Hall Thursda]h May 16, 2013 6:30 P.M." This is a tentative Agenda only, which is subject to change. The final City Council Agenda will be posted at the Norwalk City Hall at least 24 hours prior to commencement of the meeting. 1. Call to order at 6:30 p.m. 2. Approval of Agenda 3. Presentation 4. Approval of Minutes - May 2, 2013 Regular Coun- cil Meeting 5. Mayor - Welcome of guests and public comment, 3 minute limit, no action 6. Consent Agenda A. Expenditures B. Tax Abatements C. Receive and file 2012-2013 audit D. Special Events permit - Soap box derby E. Agreement with DMWW for water main on Beardsley E Approval to begin RFP regarding audit ser- vices for the City of Norwalk G. Monthly reports 7. Hearings, Ordinances and Resolutions A. Public Hearing and Consideration of a pro- posed Resolution adopting city's budget amendment B. Consideration and second reading of a pro- posed Ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Norwalk, Iowa, 2008, regarding peddler per- mit changes C. Consideration of a Resolution setting date of Public Hearing for UrbanRenewal Plan Amendments 8. Current Business 9. Reports-Mayor; Delker, Murillo, Curtis, Leto, Sylvester; City Manager; City Clerk; Community De- velopment Director; Director of Planning & Building; Public Works Director; Police Chief; Fire Chief; Parks & Recreation Director; Library Director 10. Adjournment to closed session regarding poten- tial real estate transaction pursuant to Iowa Code chap- ter 21.5.j. 11. Adjournment Through generous donations and fundraising, the Norwalk Student Education Foundation was able to grant Margo Murillo her request for $500 for the drama department at Norwalk High School. She will be using the funds to purchase props and other items for her sets. Many other grants were awarded to teachers this spring! Be watching for other presentations around the community. NSEF will also be awarding scholarships to seniors graduating this year at Honors Night, Thursda May 23. Awards to both teachers and students doubled this school year! Thanks to all of you who support NSEF![ Soap Box Derby Planned for June 8 By Pat Wahl Grab the family and come join us for the 8th Annual Norwalk Soap Box Derby Street Race Saturday, June 8. For those of you who have never seen it, you are in for a treat. Soap Box Derby racing has been around since the 1930s. Youth ages 8-17 from all over Iowa come to Norwalk to compete in downhill, gravity-powered rac- ers that they build themselves with a parent/adult to compete for a chance to represent Norwalk at the 76th annual All-American Soap Box Derby in Akron, OH. The All-American Soap Box Derby is the premier youth and family-oriented racing program in the United States: Established in 1933, it is an American tradition. Racing is not just for boys; many girls compete also. The Norwalk race is one of 450 races held throughout the country each season. The race is held on Main Street going downhill from the Christian Church to Elm Street starting at 10 a.m. For some, it is the first time that they have competed in a race. We race both stock and super- stock divisions. Come help us cheer on the drivers. Bleachers are set up on Main Street for your viewing pleasure. For any boy and girl interested in racing we do have a few extra cars that can be used, but you need to contact us by May 15. We also have a raffle to help defray costs of the race. Many great prizes are donated by local business own- ers. Raffle tickets can be purchased in advance by call- ing Pat Wahl at 981-4928. Drawing will be held at the race. For more information on the race you can contact Pat Nigon, Race Director at 515-991-8206. Hope to see many of you there!