Recap: Monday’s City Council meeting spanned nearly 15 minutes last night. After approving May 16 minutes and approving payroll and claims, Department reports were heard.
From Police Chief Brockmueller:
- Winlock’s Dodge Charger Police vehicle blew the engine last Friday, repairs estimated more than the original (used) purchase price, therefore not worth fixing. For the short term Police fleet vehicles will be rotated to cover shifts and contract obligations.
- Update on a repeat offender brings new help from Lewis County Commissioner Schulte who will connect a liaison experienced in mental health issues with the TPD.
City Clerk Michelle Whitten:
- Jill Davis is credited with tireless work on gaining a 2% discount on health insurance by undertaking hours of Wellness training and research.
- Overtime pay for officers assigned to provide coverage for Egg Days in Winlock June 18, and Cheese Days in Toledo July 7-10 approved.
Public Agenda items:
- Application for an Amusement Device from Sandy’s Pizza, approved.
- Water Storage Improvement Bid recommendation, Larry Brown Construction Inc., approved.
- Special Occasion Liquor License for vision:Toledo, approved.
And this Facebook thank you from a midwife stopped briefly by one of Toledo’s finest then released to attend an imminent birth:
Meeting adjourned 6:15 p.m. on the dot.
From Flipboard, an online news aggregator, this The New York Times article link: If Mark Zuckerberg Can Be Hacked on Twitter, So Can You.
There are several lessons to be learned from a data breach in which hackers gained access to Mark Zuckerberg’s social media accounts, but chief among them is probably this: Quit using the same password for multiple websites. It may be annoying and time-consuming, but … More here.
From TOT: Use a password keeper app so you have only one password to recall - my personal fave is MasterlockVault, just like the trusted name in padlocks and free. However, these days I use a simpler system of using relevant labels + a significant number. Example: Software2016! This way, even if it’s an account I use only once a year, or one requiring annual updates like banking apps, I might get the number wrong but can easily deduce the correct one. Another user uses the same answer to those Security questions. Regardless of the question, her answer is “orange.”
From A Grey Area Computer Repair, the latest on Facebook’s mobile user push toward Messenger app, link here.
And this link: Fearing forced Windows 10 upgrades, users are disabling critical updates instead. Some Windows 7 and 8 users would rather chance a malware infection than an involuntary Windows 10 upgrade…. Link here.
The Toledo Park Board meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 3:30 pm. at the Toledo City Council chambers. Visit www.toledowa.us/ for info.
Also: This Wednesday Cindy Quick and Kathy Tyner share tips and techniques on knitting, crocheting and needlework 3-5 p.m. at Toledo Library. Check out the book sale while you’re there, and consider training to volunteer this summer as a fill-in. Nice and cool in the Community Library! On Facebook here or call (360)864-4247.
Order this month's Adult Page Turners selection for June 30 - “Empty Mansions: the Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune” by Bill Dedman - Timberland has 12 copies and this is also available as a download in digital format (TRL link here). For more information call Harriet Whisler at (360)864-2484.
Cowlitz Prairie Grange 6:30 p.m. meeting is a cake-and-ice-cream affair fourth Wednesdays, potluck second Wednesdays. Getting in gear for the 52nd Gas Show and Threshing Bee August 26-28. Grange Hall at 5180 Jackson Highway. Contact Sandy Bickar, (360)864-2601.
Thursday Baccalaureate 7 p.m. at Toledo First Baptist Church.
Friday: June 10 Toledo Food Bank open 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. second and fourth Fridays monthly behind City Hall.
And: June 10 Cowlitz Prairie Grange Jam Night 7:00 p.m. second, fourth and fifth Fridays. Performers and supporters welcome. Donation at door. Contact email@example.com or (360)262-3696.
Toledo Senior Center hosts their Second Saturday Breakfast 7:30-10 a.m. with full fare breakfast including endless hotcakes, or biscuits and gravy for early risers (until they run out). Still $5, and they do the dishes.
And: June 11 – National Get Outdoors Day, one of 12 fee-free State Park Days offered throughout the year. Link here.
Plus: Toledo High School Graduation 2 p.m. in the gym.
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