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ew west THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, JUNE 3, 2010 PAGE 5-A near com Licensed Bonded Insured for new water tower Times Report TetaJ 6te 12ontrol new y-aug cit foot aee water we//on wont { TER"'r' S": "OLD. cE6,wc,rEs l the city will produce 1,800 gallons-a-minute of pure drinking wa- Grass Cutting Edging .String Trim Blowing Bush Hogging Free Estimates Licensed Ft Insured Keith Albert (985) 974-2123 (985) 386-3337 Ponchatoula's Anthony Baham awarded $600 scholarship by Louisiana Housing Council At the Baton Rouge Hilton on May 19 local Ponchatoula Housing Authority resident Anthony Baham was pre- sented a $600 check to help him continue his education. Above, Wanda Wells and local Housing Chair Law- rence Kluka are pictured with the graduate. At left a state housing authority rep- resentative poses with the scholarship winner. (Cour- tesy Photo) ter from the Tchefuncte aquifer. The city has a request for funding before the current session of the Louisiana Legislature that will provide a $900,000 line of credit for the construction of a new city water tower to go with the new well. Mayor Bob Zabbia said that State Representative Steve Pugh is trying to shepherd that request through the legislative session. Hurricane preparedness FROM PAGE A-4 ask if you can bring your pet. Call family, friends and board- ing kennels in a safe location to arrange care if you and your pet cannot stay together. Entertainment --Books for adult readers and for children, board games and/or other games that do not require batteries or electricity. Keep these records in a wa- terproof, portable container: Inventory of valuable house- hold goods and important tele- phone numbers Family records (birth, mar- riage, death certificates) Important Papers including Insurance, Account Numbers, Money, Checks or Credit Cards . Name, Address and Tele- phone Number of your selected Out-of-Area Contact Person Finally, Sheriff Edwards said, "Time is on your side right now. Take advantage of it. Get 'hurricane ready.' Call the Sheriffs Office if you need fur- ther information. We're here to help you. Don't get caught un- prepared in the rush of a hur- ricane warning. Act now; you'll be glad you did." us today... Or visit us at Web site... Newo, ea.s W. David Fleming o.hsnoro (504) 522-2400 (985) 386-BUGS Rarities. Oddities and gently used goods abound! No matter what bargain you're hunting, you're sure to find it at Ponchatoula's Citywide Yard Sale! ! Come early! Get your Map! And let the treasure hunt begin! Call 1 -800-61,7-45 02 or visit Lot 45 S4,000 D twood-iV-'-$-l-8-6-.400 2,228 sq. ft. a/l/a 4 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Baths 48 Oakwood IV - $172,700 1,698 sq. ft. a/1/a 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths E S T A T E S Homes from $130's to the $180's Strawberry Fields Sales Center & Decorated Model Open Daily Until 6pm. 7757 Take 1-12 west to 1-55 near Hammond. Take 1-55 south to Highway 22 (Exit 26) in Ponchatoula. Proceed east on Highway 22 through downtown Ponchatoula to 1st Street. Turn right on 1 st Street and head south to Esterbrook. Turn left on Esterbrook and look for the entrance to Strawberry Fields .5 miles on the right. * Speci~d financing incentive available on select homes only. Oflbr not valid with any other ofter. Must be financed by preferred lender. Prices and interest rate subject to change without notice.