Sewer line clean-out and videoing will take place beginning on July 16th and will end approximately August 3rd. The areas that will be affected are sewer lines west of 300 East between 100 South to 500 North. At times, the pressure created while cleaning the lines can cause water in toilet bowls to gurgle or splash. In order to avoid this back splash, please put an old towel over the toilet, and keep the lid on your toilet closed during the dates that are listed above. Thank you for your cooperation regarding this matter.
We are looking for new members for the Wellsville City Youth Council. Youth who are old enough to enter the 8th grade this fall through age 18 are encouraged to join. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Jeremy or Ruthanne Ellis at (435)245-5155. Be sure to ask about the date for the kick-off meeting.
Adult mosquitoes have increased due to the hot weather spells we’ve been having, so mosquito fogging will continue in Wellsville. Areas in North Wellsville will be done on Wednesdays and areas in South Wellsville will be done on Thursdays. The fogging will take place between the times of 9:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. For more information, please visit the website www.cachemosquito.com or contact Terrie Wierenga at 764-6839.
For the perfect Sunday evening activity, the Utah Army Band will be performing on the Wellsville City Square SUNDAY, JULY 22 at 7:00 P.M. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and come and enjoy listening to this wonderful 60 member band. Everyone is invited to attend this free concert.
Saturday, July 14th is the kick-off of the Summer Read-A-Thon hosted by the Wellsville Tabernacle. Pick up your pledge packet and join us for fun reading activities and treats at the Wellsville Tabernacle from 9:00 am.m. to 12:00 noon. Bring your blankets and books. Ask your family and neighbors to sponsor your reading by pledging to pay a set amount of money for each minute you read. Keep track of your spnsors and the books you read through Saturday August 11th. If you need more information, please contact Allysn Jeppson at (435)-245-4122.
Fall soccer registration is going on now. If you are interested, please go to the webstire southcachesoccer.com for more information or to register. Registration will go through the end of July.
Here are some things we ought to think about in caring for our lawns to help reduce the impact on storm water pollution:
– Yard Trimmings Management: Improper disposal of yard trimmings can lead to increased nutrient levels in runoff. Yard trimmings deposited on street corners may be washed down sewers and result in elevated nutrient loadings to surface waters. Proper management of yard trimmings and home composting can reduce the levels of nutrients in runoff and decrease overall runoff volumes through the addition of humas to the soil. Increased levels of humas enhance soil permeability, decrease erodibility, and provide nutrients in a less solible form than commercial fertilizers. Use organic, biodegradable, non-toxic pesticides. Use fertilizers or pesticides on the grass, not on driveways, or paved surfaces. Apply only 1/4 inch to soak lawn chemicals into the ground. DO NOT PUT LAWN TRIMMINGS INTO THE CANALS!!
Our Wellsville City Princesses for 2012 are: Melody Burton, daughter of Karen Miner, Jadyn Gunnell, daughter of Kurt and Sarah Gunnell, Cori Lin Mortensen, daughter of Larry and Cara Mortensen, Mavanee Burgess, daughter of Matt and Rachel Burgess, and Brianna Hall, daughter of Larry and Teresa Hall. A special thanks goes to Carol Nyman for serving as our Princess Coordinator again this year.
Due to the extreme dry conditions and potential fire hazards fireworks are prohibited in the following areas in Wellsville:
1. All areas West of 200 West.
2. All areas South of 900 South.
3. All areas West of SR 23.