The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 121, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 24, 2010 Page: 4 of 20
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4* November 24, 2010
The Llano News
By Ace Reid City of Llano Notice of Annual Water Main
Maintenance/Temporary Change to Free Chlorine
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‘I’ll take this one...except for the windshield wiper.
My banker told me not to spend money on foolish
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Shame on the cit\ leaders of Llano'
lliev want the local people to spend their monev locally
but \et the> go to WiniberK to spend $160,000 on a little
concrete tor sidewalks I believe the proper word for that is
PC McIXrnald. Llano
The City of Llano w ill be
temporarily changing the
disinfection process for the
potable water supply in order
to perform maintenance on
the distribution system from
November 29. 2010 to
January 3.2011 During this
penod. a slight change will
be made in the water
treatment process which
allows the distribution
system to be maintained as
directed by the Texas
Environmental Quality .
Throughout the year,
chloramines, or combined
chlorine is added to the water
as the primary disinfectant
During annual maintenance,
chlorine is added in an
uncombined state commonly
referred to as free chlorine
Free chlorine is somewhat
more v olatile than combined,
providing exceptional ability
to react with any residual
Deana Stafford while being guided by her wonderful
husband Scott harvested this 8 point buck that scored
129" on Cold Creek Ranch.
sediment in the distribution
system Customers may
notice some chlonne taste or
odor while the free chlorine
is being utilized
Customers on dialysis
who use a proportioning
machine to prepare the
dialysate are advised to
contact their physician to
obtain the appropriate steps
to accommodate the change
in disinfectants Customers
who have fish tanks or
aquatic species are adv ised to
alway s test the water they
add |o the aquatic
environment to be sure it is
free of any chlorines
Chemical additives for
removing both chlonne and
chloramines from water are
available at pet and aquanuni
stores During this period,
the City of Llano w ill also be
conducting flushing of the
water system allowing
various hydrants at several
points to flow freely. This
required maintenance will
improve the overall quality
of the water
Customers are asked to
contact the City of Llano
office at (325) 247-415X w ith
any question regarding the
temporary change in
Llano Elementary School's Spotlight on Compassion
With iht* recent purchase of Village Pharmacy
hv The Corner Drug Store, my family and 1
would like to take this opportunity to thank
Phyllis and Bill Almond for their years of
service to the community. The Almonds have
been a mainstay here and have been
consummate supporters of Llano.
The Village Pharmacy has provided years of
personal, professional and friendly service,
never seeing our pharmacy as competition hut
as colleagues who are on the same team for the
health needs of our customers.
It is our desire to follow their example and
continue to provide fast, friendly and
professional service right here at home, not only
filling prescriptions but for your overall
To all of the Village Pharmacy customers, we
hope you will give us a chance to build that
long-lasting relationship that you enjoyed for
the past 40 years.
Thanks again Bill and Phyllis, we will miss you.
Todd Humphries and
the Corner Drug Family
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—A Corner Drug Store
101 E* Main * Llfmo * 325-247-4155
On Friday, November 19"', Llano Elementary School recognized students for
exhibiting compassion. The S’*1 Grade Spotlight Team, consisting of Joan Albor,
Ray Dixon, Emily Fordyce, C aroline Puryear, Tayler Steffen, HaileyWilson,
Lauren Wimberley, and Andy Wright, addressed the honorees and their guests
with quotes on compassion. Cookies and juice were provided by the cafeteria.
Students pictured above (l-r) are Cami Cox, Ben Martinez, Logan Beall, Haley
Orange, Justin McPherson, Kendall McPherson, Jonathan Albor and Joan Albor.
Those students who were honored include
Kindergarten -Trav is Scoggins. Collin Strand, kahuna Palmares. Brazos Brown. Johen
Inge, and Hailcv Brown
First Gride - Ashton Milum. Emma Wootan. Justin McPcrson. Elizabeth Gutierrez.
Brailee Garrett. Hannah Baker, and Jonathan Albor
Second Grade - Haley Orange. Logan Beall. Chans Mavton. Ben Martinez. Mason
Baker. Isabella Rev ada-Carpentcr. Hailcv Webb, and Gabnel Rodriguez
Third Grade - Alexus Cotton. Peyton Foster. Cassidy kirchncr. Nicole Early. Justin
Lange. Douglas Stewart. Justin Low. and kyndcl kclso
Fourth Grade kendall Wenzel. Jasmine Amos. Rebckah Nelson, kendall McPherson.
Cooper Owens. Heath Buttery. Ethan Tisdale, and kylcigh kirkland
Fifth Grade Joan Albor. Lauren Wimberley, Cami Cox. Dalton Bauman. Derek Merkel.
Casey Davis. Caitlvn kasper. and Edgar Montoya
on ifte aauaie in cSEano!
" Saturday- Dwibtt 4th
10am - 4pm
««m mu thair goodi
the Historic Oburthouae Squani
call (325) 247-4158 «Xt. 209
•Munir in Gazebo
•Culture Club Home Tour
•I jglited Christum* Parade 6p.m.
•Santa on the Square
•Pajama Party at larnTex
•Llano Library Chili Supper
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Brown, Hal. The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 121, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 24, 2010, newspaper, November 24, 2010; Llano, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1037651/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.