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San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday, August 19, 1999.11 Continued from Page 1 home, but I just don't see how I could go in there and start arresting people." The board supported his decision. There was also the "gal with ~ chicken coop," that original- ly made contact with the other Police Commissioner, Earl Noetzelman. "I passed that one on to Larry," Noetzelman said. Robuck responded to the call from a town citizen who had complained that "her chicken coop had been vandalized or burglarized or something." "So I went over to see her chicken coop," Robuck said. "All I found was one chicken, and her baby chick, and there was a hole in the fencing where someone had tried to get inside. I don't think it was a human though. It looked like a critter had vandalized it to me." On to the more serious aspects of the issue, the board was in agreement that it was for- tunate that nothing drastic has happened over the past couple of weeks. And something, the board said, needs to be done by law enforcement, soon, because school is starting. "My concern," said Robuek, "Is that school starts on the 23rd and we need to have traffic con- trol at that time. Is there any way we can at least get a partial contract from the county before then?" In the past, when the Town of However, they will only ifattend their August 25 meeting, to the Sheriff's Department. Nucla has been without a mar- Sheriff Waterman - who is suf- In the meantime, Waterman The town had received one shal, they have been able to feting some short-handedness of has taken the town's open cases, application for the marshal's enter into a $2,000 a month con- staff himself after losing three including the Dale Williams position as of last Wednesday, tract for law enforcement servic- morepeople out of his depart- missing person case. The mayor and continues to advertise. es with Montrose County. At ment - agrees to the agreement, called dispatch and requested And nothing drastic has hap- the meeting, board members An invitation will be extend- that police-related issues within pened in the past couple of decided to make that request of ed to Waterman by the board to the Nucla city limits be referred weeks. the Sheriff once more. The agreement, they decided, Show~Jme needed to not have a time limit on it, and, when remembering Movies NOIWOOD lEI OF CO CE the past issues that came with J UlIIIIMfll Chin -CII IIK"OI these temporary contracts, the of the V eek jklllpill 1111 11 . _ board came up with a few more For the week of August 23 provisions for the agreement. "Yes, the Deputy will be in town," said deKoevend. "Yes, the Deputy will respond to calls. Yes, the Deputy will write inci- dent reports. If we're paying them $2,000 a month, yes they will." Promise Keepers Rally to be Held There will be a local Promise Keepers rally this Saturday, August 21, from 9 AM - 12 PM, at the Trinity Baptist Church in Naturita. There will be special speak- ers and a time of praise and worship. Following the rally, there will be a bar- beque at the Naturita Town Park. Call Carl Flint at 865- 2632 for more information. Ill Ill "Set Your Plans in Concrete" 7 DAY8 A WEEK tsar e mr Competitive Prices Fast Delivery 29703 Hwy: 97 Office: P.O. Box 889 970-864-2200 Nucla, Colorado 81424 Plant: 970-864-2134 Go Dark Comedy - Rated R for language and adult situations Go chronicles one outrageous night in the lives of its unusual characters. Their hilarious adventures don't end until the sun comes up. Stars Katie Holmes, Scott Wolf and Jay Mohr. Mod Squad Action - Rated R for language and violence Three young criminals are given a choice - go undercover for the cops or go to jail. Based on the classic TV series. Stars Claire Danes, Giovanni Ribisi and Omar Epps. Movies for the week of August 30 - Idle Hands, 200 Cigarettes, Great Mouse l)etective. Caeaour2 : Rules: .Meat & Bean >Make One Gallon .Vegetarian *No Bean (Not Recipe) .Wild Game Chili Warm After Professional $25 fee Amateurs No Fee EAT, DRINK, DANCE with Mexican Band 15% Adults $5 Kids $3 Includes Bowl of Chili Corn bread, Salads & Dessert - will also be available 7:00 to ll:OO pm T6/E (4tT