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6:06 am
Fri May 5, 2006

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WIUM Local
3:14 am
Fri May 5, 2006

Keokuk May Need Summer Help In The Parks

Keokuk, IA – Keokuk may add some temporary workers to several departments this summer. Mowing the hundreds of acres of grass on city property is a time-consuming task, especially as the number of city workers has been reduced in recent years. The city's Parks, Cemetary, and Bridget Subcommittee is looking for ways to maximize the time workers are on the job and minimize the time spent getting from park to park.

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WIUM Local
2:12 am
Fri May 5, 2006

Loud Car Stereos Targeted

Rushville, IL – Rushville aldermen are preparing an ordinance that could crack down on car stereos audible more than 50 feet away. Mayor Ron Shepherd says police have received several calls about excessive noise. He says some of the car owners have been warned, but turn the volume back up as they drive away. Shepherd says another city's ordinance that calls for towing and impoundment of the noisy car on a first offense has been found constitutional. He says aldermen are considering a $250 fine for a second offense and a $500 fine for the third.

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10:58 am
Thu May 4, 2006

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May 4, 2006 – Jason Parrott talks to environmental planner Andrea Chase of the Southeast Iowa Regional Brownfield Program.

Afternoon Edition
6:06 am
Thu May 4, 2006

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