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Page A-14 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Dec. 11,2014 continued from page A-1 without additional projected funds, the department will end 2015 with a cash balance of $83,000 and end 2016 with a deficit of $89,820, he said. In the meantime, the utility depart- ment is facing increasing operational costs, Clark said. The trucks are get- ting old and cost more and more to re- pair, he said. The utility department has funding needs beyond the "baseline," Clark told the commissioners. They include an estimated $25,000 to $40,000 for the first phase of rate analysis for the department's compre- hensive plan in 2016; an estimated $120,000 to $160,000 for the addition- al work for a full comprehensive plan on 2017; $350,000 per truck to begin to replace the aging fleet; and about $150,000 for a transfer station for the recycle vehicles, Clark said. The utility department also needs an estimated $100,000 as match money for a $300,000 grant to study the city's former C Street landfill to prepare to close it, Clark said. If the commission approves the util- ity ordinance Monday, it is scheduled to give it a second reading and vote for passage at its Dec. 22 meeting. Journal photo by Gordon Weeks The city of Shelton is considering three 5 percent rate increases for its solid-waste collection services, in March 2015, July 2015 and January 2016. The increases include recycling and the common 35-gallon containers. This list of new criminal charges filed in Mason County Superior Court is compiled from information the Mason County Clerk's Office provides. NOV. 26 harassment, charged with possession of April L. Eden was charged Derek N. Johnson was Dawn Virjean English was methamphetamine, with theft of a motor vehicle. charged Nov. 26 with charged with burglary in the domestic violence assault second degree. Megan Nicole Lagasa was Compiled by reporter in the second degree, charged with attempting to Natalie Johnson unlawful imprisonment and Sonia Rosalee Silva was elude a police vehicle. All Packages Framt Ready No Time Spent Re-Wrapping Locker Packs Available Locally Owne iiy-Run Meat S:p HWY. N. SHELTON, (360) 426-1659 Now Accepting T Open Mon-Sat 9-7, Sun 9-6 PRICES EFFECTIVE 12-10 to 12-16 All Natural Applewood Grain-Fed London Broil All Natural Baby Back Ribs Fresh - Local Whole i Ib, @ Sunday, December 21st 6:00 - 8:00 pm Hunter Farms 1921 East Hwy 106 in Union Amphitheater Setting in Bales of Hay Christmas Story - Caroling - Refreshments - Dress Warm ~~ c~%~..~ Event Sponsored by: The New Community Church of Union *%" "~.CA ~t ~ot~. For~Mre Information:l NCCU@hctc.com(360) 898-7855 , NEIGHBORS The same friendly faces, and a few new ones, continue to provide high quality health care for you and your family at Capital Hawks Prairie Clinic, formerly Steck Medical Clinic. Come see us today for all of your health & wellness needs. OUR PHYSICIAN TEAM Robert Vanden Berg, HD Christine Anderegg, PA-C Call us today for an appointment! 360-357-8822 Accepting most insurances, including Medicaid & Medicare Capital Hawks Prairie Clinic CAPITAL PHYSICIAN SERVICES New patient & same day appointments available! Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 130 Marvin Road SE, Suite 112 . Lacey, WA 98503 2014 BC1