News Briefs: Sunday, January 17, 2010

Controlled burn starts Tuesday

KINGMAN - The Kingman Wastewater Division will conduct a controlled burn of cattails and bulrushes at the Hilltop Wastewater Treatment Plant north of the Kingman Airport.

Burning will take place between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. from Tuesday through January 29, 2010 when weather conditions are favorable.

Please call if you have any questions or need additional information (928) 757-8652.

IHOP helps DAR

KINGMAN - IHOP, 3600 Stockton Hill Road, will donate a percentage of dinner tickets from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday to the Lewis Kingman Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Patrons need to write "DAR" on their tickets for the chapter to receive the donation. The money will be used to help mail packages to active members of the military.

Holiday alters trash collections

KINGMAN - Kingman city offices will be closed Monday, Martin Luther King Day. The sanitation department will resume service Tuesday. Monday and Tuesday customers should put out containers one day later than normal. Regular service resumes Thursday. Waste Management and Westside Disposal sanitation trucks will operate on their regular schedules through the week.

Council candidates speak Monday

KINGMAN - City Council candidates Janet Watson, Erin Cochran, Alan Mossberg, Richard Anderson and Ray Lyons and Mayor John Salem are the guest speakers for the Kingman Republican Men's Club meeting that starts at 11:30 a.m. Monday in the Elks Lodge, 900 Gates Ave.

Each speaker will have a few minutes to address the audience and will field some questions of local interest. The cost is $10, which includes lunch. The public is invited.