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A A HOST of children were on hand to enjoy the puppet version of "Peter Pan" per- formed at the Monroe Library last Sat. urday. The act, sponsored by the Sno- Isle Regional Library, drew attention in I Nary a gathering of the Mon- roe City Council passes without the mention and/or intense discus- sion of dogs -- how to license them, how to control them, how to catch them, what to do with them. Alas, it appears that the city may be on the verge of solving the prob- lem as a result of last Wednesday's council meeting. Councilman Herb Schwartz has been negotiating an agreement with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Burn, owners of Rudan Kennels, located on High- way 2 between Monroe and Sultan. Schwartz reported to the council that most everything had beenwork- ed out. He said the Burns' would make two trips throughout the city each week to catch stray dogs. Schwartz noted that it would not be a regular schedule, but the days and times would vary. The Burns' will charge the city $2 for each dog they catch and hold them for three business days. If a dog is not claimed it will be des- troyed. It will cost the city $6 for the first dog that is destroyed and $4 for each additional one. Schwartz noted that the city would probably have a fairly large bill for the first couple of months until people realize that stray dogs are being picked up. For those claiming their pets, they will have to pay a $15 impound fee, to the fact that November is celebrated as Children's Book Month. Free puzzles and book marks are also available at the loca', library. --Staff Photo Unli $4.50 for each day the dog is pen- ned, plus purchase a license if they have not already done so. License fees are $2 for a male and spayed female, $4 for a female plus a $1 late charge. If the dog was licens- ed and the owner notified that it was impounded, there is a $3 notifica- tion fee. There is a $20 assessment for the second offense and $25 for the third and each successive offense. Schwartz said he hoped to get the plan in action as soon as a formal agreement was drawn up. The topic will further be dis- cussed at the November 28 council meeting. Highway 2 Sultan Invites You to Our rll Turkey or Ham Special Salad BaG Soup Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Stuffing Vegetable Roll &Wine 12:00 to 8:00 p.m. Id Fash, ioned NOV. 22, 1973, Monitor, Monroe, WA. Page Thre.e. (From Page l) ] to be added as a final touch to the community Christmas tree. It was further noted that it would serve as a fine feast for the birds. More ideas included decorating a truck that could be used by mus- ical groups to motor throughout the city singing and playing Christ- mas carols. Plans were made for serving cof- fee, hot apple cider, hot chocolate, donuts and cookies, as well as fac- ilities for youngsters to chat with Santa and have their picture taken. A follow-up meeting to gain firm committments from various civic, church and service organizations was set for November 26 at the East County Senior Center at 7:30 p.m. ats In Freezing weather and snow in the moun- tains has announced the arrival of Win- ter and with it, us- hers in a new season of basketball. The campaign is scheduled to open with a Northwest AA bas- ketball jamboree at Marysville H i g h School, December 1, with a 7 p.m. tip-off, in a North versus South standoff. Monroe hoopsters are slated to meet Stanwood in the six team battle, with each contest consisting of two ten minute quar- ters, Other games will pit Pilchuck against Lake Stevens and Arlington will clash with Marysville. During an intermis- sion, awards and tro- phies earned during Fall sports competi- tion will be present- ed. Monroe has been al- located 190 tickets for the jamboree, 80 of which are for adults. 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