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NEWS ,urs,a . Se,te=er,O, i9 rway By AL STOVER Staff Reporter The water tower in Sunset Park in Airway Heights is getting a makeover sometime in the next year. In August, City Council approved a work order for Cen- tury West to prepare the contract for the bid to repaint the tower hts Interim Public Works Director Ross Dunfee explained that water tanks have to be re- coated after a certain amount of time. "Depending on its thickness, the protective coating should last 10- 20 years," Dunfee said. Although Dunfee of- fered council a chance to change the colors, rt rece "Depending on its thickness, the protective coating should last 10-20 years." Interim Public Works Director Ross Dunfee he said the water tow- er will keep its green and white colors. The Sunset Falcons logo, which references Sun- set Elementary, will also remain on the wa- ter tower. "That can change in the future but right new now the colors will re- main the same," Dun- fee said. Dunfee said once the bid is awarded, the project will be held off for the winter and painting will start in the spring. He added that the project's comple- tion and price depends on the contractor. "The contractor Workshop to provide help with federal crop disaster programs FROM NEWS RELEASES Washington State University Extension, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm .Service Agency and Risk Management Agency, is holding a crop and disas- ter insurance workshop Monday, Sept. 14. The workshop takes place in Spokane at the WSUE's Spokane County office, 222 Havana St.; from 10 a.m. to noon. The focus will be on USDA-FSA and USDA- RMA program assis- tance for crop, forage and forage-based live- stock operations. Par- ticipants will learn how they can qualify and apply for the "Nonin- sured Crop Disaster As- sistance Program (NAP) and about the forage insurance program and the expansion covering Timothy and Orchard grass in addition to the existing alfalfa policies. They will also learn how to apply for federal assistance, if an eligible livestock producer that owns or leases grazing land located in a county that has been identi- fied as extreme drought (Level D3) or exception- al drought (Level D4) and about emergency disaster loan programs offered by USDA-FSA. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor for Aug. 25, all Washing- ton counties east of the Cascade Mountains, and portions along the Cas- cades, are listed as D3 - D4 level drought zones Three counties and par- Lions of two counties in Western Washington, along with the remain- ing portion of counties bordering the Cascades on the east and Puget Sound on the west, along with southwest Wash- ington, are level D2 (se- vere drought) - D4. The total population in Washington affect- ed by the drought is 6,642,056 nt brings in three crews and completes the proj- ect quickly, or stretches it out," Dunfee said. Dunfee added that there is no other main- tenance scheduled for the water tower Public works will work with the Utilities Department to move equipment before the painting begins "If the equipment is not moved, it will get a fresh coat of paint," Dunfee said. Al SLaver can be reached at al@cheneyfreepress.com. Dr. David Turner, DMD Modern Most dental dentistry insurances with oldaccepted fashioned including Tricare care, ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS AirwayHeightsFamily Denti 9173W.SunsetHwy. 509-456-4220 LANDSCAPING LAWN & TREE CARE LAWN & TREE CARE West Rains KARATE Okinaw~ ~0 ulRyu t{arate Adult g. 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