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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS

Wasilla-Lakes FSA Board of Supervisors

09/09/13

7:00 pm

Wastewater & Septage Advisory Board

09/10/13

2:00 pm

Greater Palmer Consolidated FSA Board of Supervisors

09/10/13

3:30 pm

MSB 8.32 Review Commission (Energy Policy) Joint Assembly/School Board Meeting

09/10/13 09/10/13

Caswell Lakes RSA Board of Supervisors

09/10/13

Talkeetna Sewer & Water SSA Board of Supervisors Aviation Advisory Board

09/11/13 09/12/13

4:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm

3:00 pm 2:30 pm

Greater Talkeetna RSA Board of Supervisors Willow FSA Board of Supervisors Office of Administrative Hearing Case No. 13-07, Appeal of Animal Forfeiture, Wendy Rayburn, Appellent Health & Social Services Board

09/12/13 09/12/13 09/16/13

7:00 pm 7:00 pm 8:45 am

09/16/13

9:00 am

Port Commission

09/16/13

3:00 pm

Planning Commission

09/16/13

6:00 pm

Assembly Regular Meeting

09/17/13

6:00 pm

Abbreviated Plat Talkeetna Sewer & Water SSA Board of Supervisors Bogard RSA Board of Supervisors

09/18/13 09/18/13 09/18/13

8:30 am 3:00 pm 6:30 pm

Local Emergency Planning Committee

09/18/13

7:00 pm

Platting Board MSB Fish & Wildlife Commission

09/19/13 09/19/13

8:30 am 6:00 pm

Local Road Service Area Advisory Board

09/19/13

6:30 pm

If you would like further information on any of these meetings or are interested in serving on any of the advisory boards, please call the Borough Clerk’s Office at 745-9683, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Borough Website is: http://www.matsugov.us. Disabled persons needing reasonable accommodation in order to participate at a Borough Board/Commission meeting should contact the Borough ADA Coordinator at 746-7432 at least one week in advance of the meeting. The Planning Team meetings scheduled are: (Planning teams consist of Planning staff and members of the public who are appointed by the Planning Commission to work on community comprehensive plans and special land use districts, and community planning meetings.) Fishhook Comprehensive Plan, 09/10/13 7:00 pm Saint Herman of Alaska Orthodox Planning Team Meeting Church, 6988 N. En Dove Road, Wasilla The Community Council meetings scheduled are: (Community Councils are not agencies or subgroups of the Borough) Talkeetna Community Council Willow Area Community Organization Butte Community Council Big Lake Community Council

09/09/13 09/09/13 09/11/13 09/11/13

7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm

Chickaloon Community Council

09/11/13

7:00 pm

Meadow Lakes Community Council

09/11/13

7:00 pm

Knik-Fairview Community Council

09/18/13

7:00 pm

Trapper Creek Community Council

09/19/13

6:30 pm

South Knik River Community Council

09/19/13

7:00 pm

CANCELLED

Talkeetna Elementary School Willow Community Center Butte Community Center Lakeshore Studio, East Lake Mall (corner of Big Lake Road & Hollywood Road) Chickaloon Community Center, Mile 76 Glenn Highway Meadow Lakes Senior Housing Complex, Birch Creek Villas Knik Public Safety Building, Station 6-2 Trapper Creek Community Park Building George Steffes Public Safety Building

Publish: September 6, 2013

GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS Authorized But Unsold -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-098,840,000 19,265,000

Indebtedness as of 09/01/13 $3,010,000 $745,000 $295,000 $455,000 $27,320,000 $2,465,000 $15,900,000 $14,915,000 $33,505,000 $2,210,000 $16,435,000 $31,370,000 $88,380,000 8,710,000 5,745,000 11,175,000 13,290,000 -0-0-

COST OF DEBT SERVICE ON CURRENT INDEBTEDNESS Fiscal Year Ending June 30 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 TOTALS

Bond Principal 17,975,000 18,015,000 18,600,000 19,365,000 20,235,000 17,015,000 15,360,000 15,120,000 14,325,000 14,940,000 15,605,000 13,970,000 12,565,000 9,960,000 10,460,000 10,955,000 11,500,000 10,535,000 8,430,000 995,000 $ 275,925,000

Interest on Bonds 8,606,277 11,489,800 10,842,075 10,060,212 9,172,831 8,234,681 7,539,793 6,914,656 6,283,812 5,662,950 4,992,325 4,261,475 3,619,143 3,040,012 2,537,125 2,045,435 1,495,935 959,060 451,330 49,750 $108,258,677

Total Assessed Valuation, January 1, 2013:

Total Principal and Interest 26,581,277 29,504,800 29,442,075 29,425,212 29,407,831 25,249,681 22,899,793 22,034,656 20,608,812 20,602,950 20,597,325 18,231,475 16,184,143 13,000,012 12,997,125 13,000,435 12,995,935 11,494,060 8,881,330 1,044,750 $384,183,677 $8,695,784,227

______/s/_________________ Lonnie McKechnie, CMC

________/s/________________ Tammy E. Clayton, CPA

Borough Clerk

Director of Finance

Publish: September 6, 2013

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Larry DeVilbiss, Mayor 745-9682 larry.devilbiss@matsugov.us

Warren Keogh, #1 745-1161 warrenkeogh.district1@gmail.com

Noel Woods, #2 745-3027 noelwoods@mtaonline.net

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MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH

350 East Dahlia Avenue, Palmer, Alaska 99645-6488 - 907-745-9683 BOROUGH MAYOR Larry DeVilbiss BOROUGH ASSEMBLY Warren Keogh, District 1 Noel Woods, District 2 Ronald Arvin, District 3 Steve Colligan, District 4 Darcie K. Salmon, District 5 Jim Colver, District 6 Vern Halter, District 7

SCHOOL BOARD Deborah Retherford, Seat A Sarah Welton, Seat B Susan Pougher, Seat C Ole Larson, Seat D Erick Cordero Giorgiana, Seat E Neal Lacy, Seat F David Cheezem, Seat G

ASSEMBLY AGENDA JOINT ASSEMBLY/SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MAT-SU BOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 501 N. GULKANA STREET, PALMER SPECIAL MEETING 6 P.M. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 I. II. III. IV. V. VI.

CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL APPROVAL OF AGENDA PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ITEMS OF BUSINESS A. Building Construction Progress and Review Capital Construction Plan (Per MSB 2.12.075) VII. MAYOR, ASSEMBLY, AND STAFF COMMENTS VIII. ADJOURNMENT Disabled persons needing reasonable accommodation in order to participate at an Assembly meeting should contact the Borough ADA Coordinator at 746-7432 at least one week in advance of the meeting. Publish: September 6, 2013

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MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA John Moosey, Borough Manager

Larry DeVilbiss, Mayor

Pursuant to AS 29.47.190(b) requiring government units to publish Notice of Existing Bonded Indebtedness before bond issue elections, and MSB 25.20.020(C), the Matanuska-Susitna Borough publishes the following notice:

Purpose and Year of Issue School Construction – 1999 Series A School Construction - 2004 Series A School Construction – 2004 Series B Port Construction Bonds – 2004 Series C School Refunding Bonds – 2004 Series D School Construction – 2005 Series A School Construction – 2006 Series A School Construction – 2006 Series B School Construction – 2007 Series A Park Bonds – 2007 Series B School Construction – 2009 Series A School Construction – 2011 Series A School Construction - 2012 Series A School Refunding - 2012 Series B Port Refunding - 2012 Series C Transportation Systems - 2012 Series D School Construction - 2013 Series A School Construction Transportation Systems

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PUBLIC HEARING N GRANITE VIEW DR The Matanuska-Susitna Borough E STAYTON AVE Planning Commission will conduct 19N02E36A001 E CHRISTIAN a public hearing concerning the RIDGE RD 30 26 following application for a conditional E DIEDRICH 25 CIR 29 use permit on Monday, October 21, 2013 at 6:15 p.m. in the Borough E ALL ELKS RD E JESSICA Assembly Chambers in Palmer. ANN ST A conditional use permit under MSB 17.27 – Sutton Special Land Use District has been submitted by the State of Alaska, Department of Corrections for the continued E 58 31 A1 MILE RD use of the firing range located at 35 32 the Palmer Correctional Center. In 36 addition, a classroom and shooting platform will be constructed. The Palmer Correctional Center is located on MSB Parcel 19N02E36A001; within Township 19 North, Range 2 East, Section 36, Parcel A1, Seward Meridian; 9807 E. 58 Mile Road. SUBJECT 5 E SAINT ANTHONY CIR The conditional use permit will be PARCEL introduced for public hearing at the N GL 2 EN N October 7, 2013 Planning Commission 6 1 HW Y meeting. The Planning Commission E E STN FOURTH ST MATANUSKA members may submit questions N SECOND ST E D ST RIVER N GLENN HWY to the Planning Commission Clerk E C ST E B ST concerning the matter or request for RST ST more information from the applicant E A ST at the time of the introduction. All questions and requests submitted by the Commission shall be in writing and copies will be provided to the applicant and made available to all interested parties and the public upon request. Answers to questions and additional material requests will be addressed in the staff report for the public hearing. Commission members may not receive or engage in ex-parte contact with the applicant, other parties interested in the application, or members of the public concerning the application or issues presented in the application. Application material may be viewed at www.matsugov.us/planning by moving your mouse over ‘Permits, Districts, and Variances’ and clicking on ‘Conditional Use Permits’. Application material may be reviewed in the Borough Permit Center of the Planning and Land Use Department. Written comments can be mailed to the MSB Development Services Division, 350 E. Dahlia Avenue, Palmer, AK 99645. You may fax comments to 745-9876 or e-mail slee@matsugov.us. Comments received prior to October 9, 2013 will be included in the Planning Commission packet for the Commissioner’s review and information. Comments received after that date will be provided as handouts to the Commission. For additional information please contact Susan Lee, Planner II, at 745-9862. In order to be eligible to file an appeal from a decision of the Planning Commission, a person must be designated an “interested party”. See MSB 15.39.010 for the definition of “interested party”. The procedures governing appeals to the Board of Adjustment and Appeals are contained in MSB 15.39.010-250, which is available on the Borough internet home page: (http://www.matsugov.us), in the Borough Clerk’s office, or at various libraries within the borough.

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All meetings of recognized boards, committees, and commissions of the Borough are open to the public. More than three Assembly Members may be present at advertised public meetings of federal, state, and local governments or other entities. Meetings are scheduled as follows:

PLANNING & LAND USE DEPARTMENT Eileen Probasco, Director of Planning & Land Use Lauren Driscoll, Planning Services Chief Alex Strawn, Development Services Manager Paul Hulbert, Platting Officer Mary Brodigan, Planning Clerk

PLANNING COMMISSION Brian Endle, District 1 Thomas Healy, District 2 John Klapperich, Chair, District 3 Bruce Walden, District 4 William Haller, District 5 Tomas Adams, District 6 Vern Rauchenstein, District 7

September 16, 2013

MSB School District Administration Building 501 North Gulkana Street, Palmer

6:00 p.m.

REGULAR MEETING

I. II. III. IV.

CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, AND DETERMINATION OF QUORUM APPROVAL OF AGENDA PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE CONSENT AGENDA *All items listed with an asterisk (*) are considered to be routine and non-controversial by the Commission and will be approved by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Commission Member so request, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda. *A. MINUTES 1. July 15, 2013, regular meeting minutes 2. August 5, 2013, regular meeting minutes 3. August 19, 2013, regular meeting minutes *B. INTRODUCTION FOR PUBLIC HEARING: QUASI-JUDICIAL MATTERS *C. INTRODUCTION FOR PUBLIC HEARING: LEGISLATIVE MATTERS 1. Resolution 13-46, A resolution recommending Assembly approval for acquisition of land lying adjacent to the new Joe Redington, Sr. Junior/Senior High School site located near MP 10 KGB Road, and classification of said land and approval of said land as the selected site for the new Knik Goose Bay Area elementary school. Public Hearing: October 7, 2013. (Staff: Nancy Cameron) 2. Resolution 13-47, A resolution recommending Assembly approval of an ordinance amending the definition of a structure within MSB 17.55, Setbacks and Easements to not include utility boxes and other incidental structures related to utility services. Public Hearing: October 7, 2013. (Staff: Alex Strawn) 3. Resolution 13-48, A resolution recommending Assembly approval of an ordinance changing the conditions contained in ordinance 12-010, the Interim Material District for Development of the Susitna Parkway Pit located within Township 16 North, Range 4 West, Section 6, on Parcel D-1, Seward Meridian. Public Hearing: October 7, 2013. (Staff: Brad Sworts and Alex Strawn) V. COMMITTEE REPORTS VI. AGENCY/STAFF REPORTS VII. LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS VIII. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION (three minutes per person, for items not scheduled for public hearing) IX. PUBLIC HEARING: QUASI-JUDICIAL MATTERS (Public Hearing not to begin before 6:15 p.m.) Commission members may not receive or engage in ex-parte contact with the applicant, other parties interested in the application, or members of the public concerning the application or issues presented in the application. Planning Commission members may submit questions to the Planning Commission Clerk concerning the following matters or request for more information from the applicant at the time of the introduction. All questions and requests submitted by the Commission shall be in writing and copies will be provided to the applicant and made available to all interested parties and the public upon request. Answers to questions and additional material requests will be addressed in the staff report for the public hearing. X. PUBLIC HEARING: LEGISLATIVE MATTERS A. Resolution 13-39, a resolution recommending Assembly approval of the MSB Stormwater Management Plan. (Staff: Frankie Barker) XI. CORRESPONDENCE & INFORMATION XII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS XIII. NEW BUSINESS XIV. COMMISSION BUSINESS A. Upcoming Planning Commission Agenda Items (Staff: Alex Strawn) XV. DIRECTOR AND COMMISSIONER COMMENTS XVI. ADJOURNMENT (Mandatory Midnight) In order to be eligible to file an appeal from a decision of the Planning Commission, a person must be designated an interested party. See MSB 15.39.010 for definition of “Interested Party.” The procedures governing appeals to the Board of Adjustment & Appeals are contained in MSB 15.39.010-250, which is available on the Borough Internet home page, http:// www.matsugov.us, in the Borough Clerk’s office, or at various libraries within the Borough. Publish: September 6, 2013

Ronald Arvin, #3 373-6685 ronarvin@mtaonline.net

Steve Colligan, #4 373-1502 stevecolligan@mtaonline.net

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Darcie K. Salmon, #5 232-8080 darciesalmon@mtaonline.net

Jim Colver, #6 746-5300 jimcolver@mtaonline.net

To see a complete listing of all boards and commissions, please go to http://www.matsugov.us/Clerk/boards-commission and scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on membership.

Vern Halter, #7 355-1328 vernhalter@mtaonline.net


MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH NOTICE OF ELECTION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2013, REGULAR ELECTION For the purpose of electing the following offices and voting on the following propositions: AREAWIDE SEAT

AREAWIDE SEAT

AREAWIDE SEAT

NON-AREAWIDE SEAT

NON-AREAWIDE SEAT

ASSISTANCE TO VOTERS

SCHOOL BOARD SEAT C Three-year term ending October 2016 (Vote for not more than one)

SCHOOL BOARD SEAT F Three-year term ending October 2016 (Vote for not more than one)

SCHOOL BOARD SEAT G Three-year term ending October 2016 (Vote for not more than one)

ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 1 Three-year term ending October 2016 (Vote for not more than one)

ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 2 Three-year term ending October 2016 (Vote for not more than one)

POUGHER, Susan

DEARMAN, Donna N.

CHEEZEM, David

GLENN, Douglas W., “Doug”

BECK, Matthew J.

JACOBSON, Stephen C.

MICHAELSON, Ray

SYKES, Jim

WOODS, Noel W.

Anyone needing special assistance in casting their vote due to a disability or bilingual need may contact the Borough Clerk’s Office at 745-9683 at least 24 hours prior to the time of casting their ballot to request assistance.

LACY, Neal T. TAPLEY, James A., “Jim”

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ABSENTEE VOTING Absentee By-Mail Voting. You may apply for a ballot to be mailed to you by submitting an Absentee By-Mail Ballot Application. The application must be received by the Borough Clerk’s Office no later than Tuesday, September 24, 2013. Applications are available online at www.matsugov.us/Clerk/elections or contact the Borough Clerk’s Office at 745-9683 to request an application. Absentee In-Person Voting. You may vote in person at any of the following absentee voting locations: Division of Elections — Mat-Su Office 1700 E. Bogard Rd. (North Fork Professional Bldg. B, Suite 102) September 16, 2013 — September 30, 2013 Monday — Friday (9 a.m. to 8 p.m.) Saturday (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Sunday — Closed All ballot types are available at this location. Mat-Su Borough Building 350 E. Dahlia Avenue September 16, 2013 – October 1, 2013 Monday – Friday (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) All Borough ballot types are available at this location, except that city ballots (Houston, Palmer and Wasilla) will not be available on October 1. Absentee In-person voting will also take place September 16, 2013 – September 30, 2013, during established business hours at City Hall in the cities of Houston, Palmer, and Wasilla, as well as the Talkeetna and Trapper Creek Public Libraries. Ballot types are limited and specific to the community in which the ballot is cast.

PROPOSITION NO. B-1

PROPOSITION NO. B-2

AREAWIDE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TAX OF 5 PERCENT ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SALES

FIFTY PERCENT STATE MATCH BOROUGH TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS BONDS

Shall the Matanuska-Susitna Borough enact an areawide alcoholic beverage tax not to exceed 5 percent on sales of alcoholic beverages within the Borough? _____YES _____ NO

For a copy of Ordinance Serial No. 13-089, submitting Proposition No. B-1 to the voters, or a copy of Ordinance Serial No. 13-107, submitting Proposition No. B-2 to the voters, contact the Borough Clerk’s Office at 745-9683, or to download a copy, visit us online at: www.matsugov.us/Clerk/elections

Shall the Matanuska-Susitna Borough engage in the construction, additions, improvements, betterments, repair, reconstruction, and acquisition of public roads and facilities related thereto in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough of the following projects, together with all necessary equipment and transportation facilities, and the acquisition of lands or rights in lands in connection therewith and issue its areawide general obligation bonds, in an amount not to exceed the sum of sixteen million two hundred fifteen thousand dollars ($16,215,000) for the purpose of financing the cost, in whole or in part, of the following projects, in accordance with and ratifying and approving the provisions of Ordinance Serial No. 13-107 of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough adopted by the Borough Assembly on August 6, 2013. BOROUGHWIDE PROJECTS Clay-Chapman Road/Knik Knack Mud Shack Road for access to new Knik-Goose Bay Middle and High Schools

CLASSIFICATION Collector

AMOUNT $1,625,000

Lucille Street & Pathway Upgrade for Access to Tanaina Elementary School

Collector

3,500,000

South Trunk Road Extension bridge for access to Machetanz Elementary School

Collector

4,500,000

Arterial

1,500,000

Trunk Road Connector for access to Pioneer Peak Elementary School

Collector

3,250,000

Vine Road & Hollywood Road Intersection Improvements for access to Goose Bay and Knik Elementary Schools

Arterial

1,500,000

Seward-Meridian Parkway Intersection Improvements for access to Cottonwood Creek Elementary School

Costs of Issuance

340,000

Total

$16,215,000

This is the amount of the Borough’s contribution for the above projects. Bonds may not be issued to pay costs of a project unless matching funds for the project are received from the State of Alaska. _____ YES _____ NO

The following polling locations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day: 06-622 Farm Loop Farm Loop Christian Center 5900 N. Farm Loop Road 06-628 Fishhook Fishhook Public Safety Bldg. 8200 E. Turner Road 06-640 Sheep Mountain Glacier View School 65975 S. Wolverine Circle (Mile 104 Glenn Highway) 06-645 Sutton Sutton Elementary School 11672 N. Wright Way 07-005 Kings Lake Mat-Su Career & Tech. High School 2472 N. Seward Meridian Parkway 07-010 Church Lamb of God Lutheran Church 1221 N. Church Road 07-015 Tanaina Tanaina Elementary School 2550 N. Lucille Street 07-020 Houston Houston City Hall 13878 W. Armstrong Road

07-025 Meadow Lakes No. 1 Church on the Rock 3571 W. Machen Road

08-065 Mat-Su Campus Matanuska-Susitna College 8295 E. College Drive

09-105 Pioneer Pioneer Peak Elementary School 1959 N. Trunk Road

10-145 Goose Bay No. 2 Goose Bay Elementary School 6400 W. Hollywood Road

07-030 Susitna Sunshine Public Safety Bldg. Station 11-2 42488 S. Parks Highway

08-070 Palmer City No. 1 Mat-Su Borough Building (Gym) 350 E. Dahlia Avenue

09-110 Schrock Alcantra National Guard Armory 3401 E. Bogard Road

10-150 Goose Bay No. 3 Settlers Bay Community Church 6865 W. Dewlap Circle

08-075 Palmer City No. 2 Palmer Senior Citizen Center 1132 S. Chugach Street

09-115 Wasilla Lake Cottonwood Creek Elementary School 800 N. Seward Meridian Parkway

10-155 Big Lake Big Lake Lions Club 2939 S. Lions Circle

08-080 Palmer Fishhook Colony High School 9550 E. Colony Schools Drive

09-120 Wasilla No. 1 Wasilla City Hall 290 E. Herning Avenue

11-200 Fairview No. 1 Machetanz Elementary School 4961 E. Nelson Road

08-085 Trunk Mat-Su Convention & Visitors Bureau 7744 E. Visitors View Court

09-125 Wasilla No. 2 Wasilla Senior Center 1301 S. Century Circle

11-205 Fairview No. 2 Christ First United Methodist Church 5137 W. Fairview Loop

08-090 Seward Meridian Gospel Outreach Christian Center 4800 E. Palmer-Wasilla Highway

10-130 Meadow Lakes No. 2 Meadow Lakes Elementary School 1741 N. Pittman Road

11-210 Snowshoe Snowshoe Elementary School 2001 W. Fairview Loop

08-095 Springer Loop Palmer 7th Day Adventist Church 2238 S. Inner Springer Loop

10-135 Meadow Lakes No. 3 Meadow Lakes Public Safety Bldg. 1685 N. Pittman Road

11-215 Lazy Mountain Lazy Mountain Bible Church 16005 E. Shawn Drive

09-100 Lakes Finger Lake Elementary School 5981 E. Eek Street

10-140 Goose Bay No. 1 Knik Elementary School 6350 W. Hollywood Road

11-220 Butte Butte Public Safety Building 3355 S. Old Glenn Highway

07-035 Talkeetna Talkeetna Elementary School 13930 E. Timberwolf Loop 07-040 Trapper Creek Trapper Creek Elementary School 6742 E. Petersville Road 07-045 Willow Willow Community Center Mile 69 Parks Highway 08-055 Walby Colony Middle School 9250 E. Colony Schools Drive 08-060 Greater Palmer Palmer Community Center (Railroad Depot) 610 S. Valley Way

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