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-b .( Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 - Mason County Journal- Page A-11 Proposed 549.1M budget includes no cuts to employees By GORDON WEEKS gordon@masoncoun com The Shelton City Commission is hosting the final public hearing on the proposed 2015 budget at its regular meeting at 6 p.m. Monday in the Shel- nary budget. Marilyn Vogler encouraged the city ton Civic Center, 525 W. Cota Ave. The budget of $49,129,281 is an in- to find money to fund annual fall and The proposed 2015 budget calls for crease of $1,662,459 from the 2014 city spring cleanup days, where the city $49.1 million in revenue and expen- budget. The increase is primarily due uses equipment and personnel to help ditures and includes money for one to the expanded Upper Mountain View people in need haul away things and new full-time employee who would Pressure Zone construction project, ac- spruce up their yards. The cleanup work with three city programs: the cording to the city's Finance Department. days were not offered this year. Storm Fund, equipment mainte- Only one resident commented on theVogler also recommended that the nance and rental, and sewer collec- proposed budget during a public hear- city look into requiring businesses tion. ing at the commission's meeting Nov. to recycle, just as it requires its resi- No employee cuts are in the prelimi- 6. dents. The Journal of Record is pro- glar turned off the home's to deter burglars. duced using 911 call informa- power. tion the Mason County Emer- NOV. 20 gency Communications, the Fire -- At 6:01 p.m., a caller Assault -- At 2:14 p.m., a caller Mason County Sheriff's Office reported a structure fire in the reported an assault on West and the She/ton Police Depart- 100 block of Pacific Court in state Route 108 in Shelton. The ment provide. Shelton. assault reportedly happened in October. NOV. 18 NOV. 19 Burglary -- A burglary was Theft -- At 3:06 p.m., a caller NOV. 22 reported in the 300 block reported the theft of cameras Theft -- At 2 a.m., a caller of North 13th Street. The from his property. The caller on Southeast Canna Place in caller reported that the bur- stated he installed the cameras Shelton reported that some- one stole gas out of his or her JR50 motorcycle. vehicle. Assault - At 8 p.m., a caller re- Theft of forest products -- At ported being head-butted in the 2:48 p.m., a caller reported a 700 block of Cascade Avenue brush theft on Green Diamond near the former Red Apple. The Resources Co. 5100 Road near two men knew each other and had Matlock. disagreed about a $10 debt, ac- cording to the Shelton Police De- Theft -- At 3:05 p.m., a caller partment. Alcohol was involved. in the 1200 block of Harvard Avenue in Shelton reported the Compiled by reporter Natalie theft of a yellow 1993 Suzuki Johnson This list of new criminal charges filed Donald Kinsman Parsons was charged in Mason County Superior Court is with failing to register as a sex offender. compiled from information the Mason County Clerk's Office provides. NOV. 19 Kayla Marie Miller was charged with NOV. 18 forgery. Gregory Scott possession of heroin. Colello was charged with methamphetamine or Corey Eugene Clay was charged with possession of methamphetamine. Rebecca Lynn Burkett was charged NOV. 21 with possession of methamphet- Paul Jack Ron Boysen was charged amine, with residential burglary. NOV. 20 Ray Russel Walkup was charged with James Charles Cutting was charged theft in the second degree. with unlawful imprisonment, domestic violence and liability for another's ac- Compiled by reporter Natalie tions, or complicity in a crime. Johnson 1626 Olympic Hwy N Shelton