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Washer leads ticket, as two newcomers elected to Smithville City Council

June 21, 2011
Dwayne Page
Danny Washer, Gayla Hendrix, Shawn Jacobs

Smithville businessman Danny Washer and local attorney Gayla Hendrix earned seats on the Smithville City Council, unseating incumbents W.J. (Dub) White and Aaron Meeks during Tuesday night's Municipal Election. Washer polled 290 votes, or 21.72 percent of the vote, to lead the ticket and earn election to the City Council for the first time. Incumbent Shawn Jacobs retained his seat on the board with 249 votes, or 18.65 percent of the vote, while Hendrix was third in the balloting with 211 votes, or 15.81 percent of the vote. Hendrix narrowly defeated White and Cordell Walker, who each tallied 209 votes, which accounted for 15.66 percent of the vote. Meeks earned 165 votes, or 12.36 percent of the vote.

Click here and listen to the winning candidate's thank you remarks during the WJLE LIVE broadcast Tuesday night beginning with Gayla Hendrix, Danny Washer, and Shawn Jacobs.

A total of 538 people voted in the Smithville Municipal Election. 350 people voted early or by absentee ballot, while 188 people voted on Election Day. The election commission reports that the city of Smithville currently has 2,870 active registered voters.

The Smithville City Council will be made up of Mayor Taft Hendrixson and aldermen Danny Washer, Shawn Jacobs, Gayla Hendrix, Cecil Burger and Steve White. The new aldermen are to be sworn into office on Thursday, June 30 at 6:00 p.m. at city hall.

Tuesday's vote totals break down as follows:

Gayla Hendrix:

Machine #1: 15
Machine#2: 26
Machine #3: 29
Early Voting/Absentees: 141

Total: 211

Shawn Jacobs:

Machine #1: 21
Machine #2: 36
Machine #3: 45
Early Voting/Absentees: 147

Total: 249

Aaron Meeks:

Machine #1: 12
Machine #2: 20
Machine#3: 25
Early Voting/Absentees: 108

Total: 165

Danny Washer:

Machine #1: 24
Machine #2: 43
Machine#3: 45
Early Voting/Absentees: 178

Total: 290

Cordell Walker:

Machine #1: 11
Machine#2: 23
Machine#3: 30
Early Voting/Absentees: 145

Total: 209

W.J. (Dub) White:

Machine#1: 13
Machine #2: 20
Machine #3:34
Early Voting/Absentees: 142

Total: 209

City to Hire Grant Writer for Fire Department Ladder Truck

June 20, 2011
Dwayne Page

The Smithville Aldermen have voted to employ a grant writer in the hope of obtaining a FEMA grant to assist the city in purchasing a ladder truck and related equipment for the city fire department.

During a meeting of the Mayor and Aldermen Monday night, Chief Charlie Parker asked that Johnny Robertson be hired to write the grant. Parker said Robertson has had a great track record in helping other fire departments obtain grants. "He has been writing grants for a little while. So far, he has done seven grants that he has been responsible for writing, either in whole or in part, and with all seven he has been successful in receiving grants from FEMA. He has also served on the committee that reviews the grants so he has a very good working knowledge of what they're looking for. He's got a very good track record," said Chief Parker.

"The ladder truck is actually on one grant through FEMA and the equipment that goes on it (ladder truck) is on a second grant. Both can be applied for at the same time. He has agreed to do both of these grants for $3,000. Its $1,500 per grant. He'll do all the narratives and get it in. If we are awarded the grant, the $3,000 cost is recoverable from the grant so the grant would actually pay for that money. In the event that we didn't get the grant, we would still have to pay him the $3,000," said Chief Parker.

If the grant is funded, the city would be responsible for a five percent local match. The aldermen have not made provisions for that in the new budget, but city officials said a budget amendment could be approved to fund the local matching obligation if the grant is approved. The $3,000 fee for the grant writer would be funded from the fire department budget.

In other action, Chief Parker asked that Kevin Adcock be approved by the aldermen as a city firefighter. Adcock has successfully completed his 90 day probationary period and has been approved as a member by the fire department. The aldermen gave their approval as well.

Meanwhile, the mayor and aldermen will meet in special session on Thursday, June 30th at 6:00 p.m. at city hall for the purpose of swearing into office the three aldermen-elect. The mayor may also make appointments to various city boards during that meeting.

Mayor Taft Hendrixson appointed Norris Colvert to fill the unexpired term of Donnie Driver on the planning commission. Driver recently resigned. Aldermen Cecil Burger, Aaron Meeks, and Shawn Jacobs all voted for Colvert. Alderman Steve White said he could not vote because of a conflict. Alderman W.J. (Dub) White voted no.

In other business, the aldermen adopted a new budget ordinance on second and final reading following a public hearing. No one addressed the mayor and aldermen during the public hearing.

The new budget, totaling $6-million 113-thousand 511, calls for no increases in water or sewer rates and the new certified property tax rate, established by the state after reappraisal, is expected to generate about the same local revenues as the current tax rate of .6194 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed value. The city property tax rate generates approximately $790,000 a year.

Water customers will continue to pay $5.00 for the first one thousand gallons of water usage plus $5.00 for each additional one thousand gallons of usage. Outside city rates are $7.50 for the first one thousand gallons of water usage plus $7.50 for each additional one thousand gallons of usage

The rate for city sewer customers, under the new budget, will continue to be $5.00 for the first one thousand gallons of usage plus $5.00 per thousand gallons thereafter. In addition, all sewer customers will continue to pay the $3.62 cent per month flat rate usage fee

The rate the city charges the DeKalb Utility District for water is $1.95 per thousand gallons but will increase to $2.00 beginning with January 1, 2012 sales.

Water tap fees for customers inside the city limits are $600 for a three quarter inch water line and the sewer tap fees are $600 for a four inch sewer line. If the lines are larger, the fees will continue to be cost plus 10%.

For customers outside the city limits, water tap fees are $800 for a three quarter inch line and $800 for a four inch sewer line. If the lines are larger, then the fees will continue to be cost plus 10%.

The proposed budget calls for city employees with up to four years of service to get their automatic step pay increases as defined in the wage scale and a cost of living increase of 3% . City employees with more than four years of service, who have topped out on the wage scale would only get the cost of living increase.

Proposed capital outlay expenditures in the general fund for the new year come to $256,000.

Other Specific projects are as follows:

Financial Administration:
$25,000 unspecified

Parks and Recreation:
$5,000 to pave a basketball court
$15,000 for a 1.5 mile walking trail
$5,000 for a fence

Public Works/Buildings and Grounds:
$25,000 for Shed & equipment storage

City Hall Building:
$25,000 unspecified

Fire Protection:
$36,000 for turnout equipment
$10,000 for a used vehicle & unspecified

Street Department:
$10,000 for downtown beautification
$10,000 unspecified

Police Department:
$40,000 unspecified

Swimming Pool:
$15,000 unspecified

Golf Course:
$5,000 unspecified

$25,000 unspecified

Animal Shelter:
$5,000 unspecified

Sanitation Fund:

Drug Fund:
$10,000 unspecified.

Proposed water and sewer fund Fixed Asset Additions: Automatic meter readers project- $360,000; update of water plant and engineering fees- $150,000; used mini excavator- $15,000;

Although these capital outlay projects are budgeted, they all may not be funded during the year.

The proposed budget breaks down as follows:

General Fund: $3,106,400
Special Revenue Fund-Sanitation: $277,700
Water & Sewer Fund: $2,350,000
Drug Fund: $5,100
Appropriation of Surplus- General Fund: $192,413
Appropriation of Surplus-Drug Fund: $25,400
Appropriation of Surplus-Water & Sewer Fund: $153,837
Appropriation of Surplus-Sanitation Fund: $2,661
Total Revenues: $6,113, 511

General Fund: $3,298,813
Special Revenue Funds Sanitation: $280,361
Water & Sewer Fund: $2,503,837
Drug Fund: $30,500
Total expenditures: $6,113,511

Man Charged with Assaulting Ex-Girlfriend

June 20, 2011
Dwayne Page

In the latest crime news from the Smithville Police Department, Chief Randy Caplinger reports that 66 year old Ernest Ray Bane of West Main Street was arrested on Wednesday, June 15 by Officer Brandon Donnell for aggravated assault. According to the warrant, Bane went to the residence of his ex-girlfriend, grabbed her by the arm leaving a bruise, and put a knife to her throat threatening her. Bond for Bane is $10,000 and his court date is August 4.

Meanwhile, 34 year old Steven Craig Banfield of Highland Avenue was arrested Monday, June 6 for violation of an order of protection. According to the warrant, Officer Brandon Donnell responded to a 911 call on Highland Avenue to a possible domestic. Banfield stated that he and his ex-wife were fussing. Upon further investigation, Officer Donnell discovered that Banfield is under an order of protection to stay away from her. Bond for Banfield is $3,500 and his court date is June 23.

44 year old Shane D Green of Vermont was arrested on Tuesday, June 7 for DUI. While on routine patrol traveling south on Congress Boulevard Officer Brandon Donnell stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. Officer Donnell asked Green for his license but Green kept dropping his wallet and could not keep his eyes open. Green was asked to step out of the vehicle and perform several field sobriety tasks. Bond for Green is $1,500 and his court date is August 4.

55 year old Raymond Nelson Caldwell of Four Seasons Road was arrested on Tuesday, June 7 by Corporal Travis Bryant who responded to a reckless driver call on West Broad Street. Corporal Bryant followed the vehicle which traveled partially in the median for approximately one mile. He stopped the automobile and made contact with the driver, Caldwell who had slurred speech. Caldwell submitted to several field sobriety tasks. Bond for Caldwell is $1,500 and his court date is June 23.

26 year old William Corey Dickens of Short Mountain Highway was issued a citation by K-9 Officer James Cornelius for theft. Officer Cornelius was dispatched to Earl Avenue to check out a complaint of an unwanted guest. Upon arrival Officer Cornelius found Dickens loading a car with tools taken from a shed located on the property. The victim stated that he was taking tools from her shed without her permission. Dickens' court date is June 23.

24 year old Jamaal Ahmad League of Smith Road was arrested on Wednesday, June 8 by Officer Andy Snow for public intoxication. Officer Snow responded to Smith Road to check on a person who had been walking in the neighborhood, jumping out from behind bushes, and causing a disturbance to residents in the area. Officer Snow made contact with League, who had an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. He was identified as the person causing the disturbance. Bond for League is $1,000.

28 year old Brandon Ross Bogle of Sparta was arrested on Tuesday, June 14 by K-9 Officer James Cornelius for possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Cornelius was dispatched to the probation office to check on a possible intoxicated man. Upon arrival he spoke with the probation officer who stated that she had found drug paraphernalia on her probationer, Brandon Bogle. Bond for Bogle is $1,500.

38 year old Maria Kathleen Smith of Earl Avenue was issued a citation on Wednesday, June 15 for possession of drug paraphernalia. Corporal Travis Bryant stopped Smith on a complaint of possible intoxication. Officer Bryant received consent to search her person and found drug paraphernalia in her possession. Smith's court date is July 7.

23 year old Alfredo Garcia Ordas of Bright Hill Road was arrested on Thursday, June 16 by Officer Bradley Tatrow for public intoxication. Officer Tatrow responded to an accident at Anthony Avenue and Miller Road where the person involved in the accident had left the scene and was observed walking down the road. While enroute to the accident, Officer Tatrow saw a man matching the description given by witnesses. Upon stopping and making contact with the man, Ordas, Officer Tatrow noticed that he was unsteady on his feet and he had a strong odor of a fermented beverage about his person. Bond for Ordas is $1,500 and his court date is June 23.

Meanwhile anyone having information on any criminal activity is encouraged to contact the Smithville Police Department at 597-8210 or the Tip Line at 464-6046.

Any information received that will help the Smithville Police solve any criminal offense will be greatly appreciated. All information is confidential.

Budget Committee Rejects School Board Request to Fund New Positions

June 20, 2011
Dwayne Page
County Budget Committee Meeting

The budget committee of the DeKalb County Commission has rejected the Board of Education's request to fund new positions in the proposed 2011-12 budget but is still open to the idea of funding a pay raise for personnel.

During a meeting Thursday night at the courthouse, the budget committee, on a 5 to 0 vote, instructed County Mayor Mike Foster to notify the school board that the request for funding to create several new positions within the school system is denied.

Members of the budget committee are Wayne Cantrell, Larry Summers, Marshall Ferrell, John Green, and Jack Barton.

In order to fully fund the school board's request, the county commission would have had to increase the local property tax rate by seventeen cents, something members of the budget committee are unwilling to recommend.

The proposed school budget includes a 3.2% pay raise for support staff or non-certified personnel and a 1.6% local increase to match the state's 1.6% pay hike for certified personnel (teachers). While members of the budget committee seemed to be in favor of granting the request, they have some questions about the proposed pay raises and want to meet with Director of Schools Mark Willoughby first before giving final approval on a recommendation to send to the county commission.

The budget committee also wants to question Willoughby on a couple of other budget issues, specifically the reason for an increase in the capital outlay request of $250,000 and whether it has anything to do with the renovation of the DCHS Science Lab. While budget committee members said they support the project, they would like to know if it is being funded in the current budget or next year's spending plan. They have also questions about a budget line item in the amount of $666,893 from the Education Jobs Fund, which Willoughby has previously said is federal one time monies.

The school board will now have to go back and revise its proposed general purpose budget for 2011-12, which as presented in its original form totaled $20-million 146-thousand 303.

The school board had originally proposed adding the following new positions:

Five new teacher positions
One Northside Elementary School 5th grade teacher
One Northside Elementary School physical education teacher
One DCHS math teacher
One county wide instruction coach teacher
One band assistant teacher

Two new assistant soccer coach positions

One new support staff position-DCHS site coordinator

One new teacher position-DCHS special education teacher

Three teacher positions which have been funded from federal stimulus (ARRA) money to be returned to the local general purpose fund now that the ARRA funds have been exhausted.

One educational assistant position which has been funded from ARRA money to be returned to the local general purpose budget

Three new assistant principal positions with benefits
One at DeKalb West
One at Northside Elementary
One at Smithville Elementary

The school board has also asked for the following increases:

Textbook adoption (Math)- $40,000
Updated hardware/software Accounting Department- $40,000
Minimal increase in utility costs- $6,000
Increase in maintenance of plant supplies- $23,000
Increase in fuel costs: $124,000
Increase in capital outlay- $200,000

County Fire Department Seeks New Pumper

June 18, 2011
Dwayne Page
County Budget Committee Meeting
County Fire Chief Donny Green

The DeKalb County Volunteer Fire Department is in need of a new pumper according to County Fire Chief Donny Green.

Green met with members of the county budget committee Thursday night to formally make a request for the funding in the 2011-12 budget

Green asked that $180,000 be budgeted to purchase a new fire pumper to replace the Midway engine which is a 1979 model. By doing this, Green said "we can take the 1975 model truck out of service at the Austin Bottom station and place the 1979 Midway truck at Austin Bottom." This station (Austin Bottom), he said has a low call volume and the 1979 truck should be adequate to "hold them over for a few more years". Green said the county is looking at major expenses if it continues to keep the 1975 truck at the Austin Bottom Station.

Meanwhile, Green is also asking for an increase in the maintenance and repair services-equipment line item of the budget from $5,000 this fiscal year to $8,000 in the new budget. Green said due to the age of the fleet of trucks, maintenance and repair expenses this year exceeded the previous year's budget in this line item. Actual expenses this year were $8,062.

Green is seeking an increase in the equipment and machinery parts line item of the budget from $17,000 this fiscal year to $44,200 next year. "We are requesting an additional $27,200 to allow for annual replacement of a portion of turnout gear and breathing cylinders to avoid a major one-time purchase in the future", said Green

Green said an increase is also needed in the utilities line item from $17,000 this year to $21,000 in the new budget. "Actual utility expenses were $18,860. We are projecting a utility rate increase in our request," he said.

Meanwhile, the county fire department plans to seek two grants for a brush truck and equipment. Green said "we plan to apply for two 5% local match grants under the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. If awarded, $6,000 will be needed as a local 5% match for a brush truck and a $5,000 local 5% match for equipment.

Green said the county fire department currently has 75 volunteer firefighters on board operating out of eleven stations. Since 2001, the county fire department has been awarded $1,864,537 in federal, state, and private grants.

The budget committee has taken no action yet.

DeKalb Fair Seeks Entries for Baby and Toddler Shows

June 18, 2011
Dwayne Page
2010 Toddler Twins Winners

Entries are being accepted for the Baby and Toddler Shows at the DeKalb County Fair

The baby show will be Thursday, July 21 at 6:00 p.m. and the Toddler Show will be Friday, July 22 at 6:00 p.m. at the Lion's Club Pavilion. No entries will be accepted after Saturday, July 16. Its open to contestants from DeKalb, Cannon, and Smith Counties.

Categories of competition for babies include one day to three months, four to six months, seven to nine months, ten to twelve months, and twins one day to twelve months.

Categories for toddlers include thirteen to eighteen months, nineteen to twenty four months, twenty five to thirty months, thirty one to thirty six months, thirty seven to forty seven months, and twins thirteen to forty seven months.

The entry fee is $20 per child.

Send completed entry forms along with the fees to the DeKalb County Fair Association, Attention Angie Meadows at 3385 New Home Road, Smithville, 37166. Include the child's name, birth date, address, parents names, telephone number and designate whether the child is a boy or girl and whether you are entering the baby or toddler show and in which age group the child is being entered.

There is no limit to the number of contestants in the show. A small trophy and ribbon will be given for first place winners, A ribbon will be given for second place winners.

Make checks payable to the DeKalb County Fair Association.

You can obtain a registration form on-line at www.dekalbcountyfair.us.

(Pictured above: 2010 Toddler Twins winners: 1st place Bryson and Brayden Lawson (left), 19 month old sons of Tim and Christy Lawson; 2nd place Jesse and Thomas Foutch (right), 22 month old sons of Michael and Nocola Foutch)

County Forced to Comply with Costly Federal Mandate to Replace Road Signs

June 17, 2011
Dwayne Page
Kenny Edge holding new retroreflectivity road sign

A mandate calling on counties and states to replace existing road signs with new ones that offer better nighttime visibility could cost the state millions of dollars and DeKalb County tens of thousands of dollars, without any financial assistance from the federal government.

Road Supervisor Kenny Edge told WJLE Friday that the old county signs currently cost the county $13.50 each while the new ones run $32.95 apiece. With at least three thousand or more county road name signs and traffic signs which will have to be replaced to meet this federal requirement within the next four to seven years, Edge said he has already started the process of replacing a few signs here and there as needed.

Kenny Edge from dwayne page on Vimeo.
Meanwhile U.S. Senators Bob Corker and Lamar Alexander have introduced legislation to stop what they call this overreach by the federal government – commonly called an unfunded mandate – requiring local governments to replace road signs according to new visibility standards by arbitrary 2015 and 2018 deadlines. According to estimates from the Tennessee County Highway Officials Association, meeting the current compliance deadlines will cost local governments at least $50 million in Tennessee alone.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has updated federal rules governing minimum nighttime visibility standards (known as "retroreflectivity") for road signs. State and local governments must present plans for overhauling their old signs by January 22, 2012. Traffic safety signs, such as stop and yield signs, must be replaced by 2015, and all signs must be replaced by 2018.

The Corker-Alexander bill would waive the compliance dates and instead permit state and local governments to comply with the new standards when they replace signs at the end of their normal life cycle.

"Obviously, everyone wants our roads to be as safe as possible, but the arbitrary deadlines assigned by Washington amount to an unfunded mandate on local governments at a time when they can least afford it. Instead of asking local governments to shell out $50 million, it seems like a much more reasonable approach to replace road signs when they need to be replaced instead of an arbitrary deadline assigned by some Washington bureaucrat," Corker said.

"Here they go again, turning a big Washington idea about little road signs into another unfunded mandate, making state and local governments foot the bill," Alexander said.

Several Tennessee localities submitted public comments detailing the excessive compliance costs imposed by the proposed road sign rules.

On May 30, Governor Haslam signed a resolution, HJR 304, passed by the Tennessee General Assembly calling for Congress to fully fund the FHWA's mandate.

In a statement, the Tennessee County Highway Officials Association said, "It is financially impossible for Tennessee county governments to comply with this unfunded FHWA mandate. Tennessee county governments' inability to comply with the FHWA sign mandates indirectly exposes all units of local governments to potential litigation. One of the biggest concerns for county governments regarding program mandates is the threat of lawsuits for non-compliance."

Three Hundred Fifty Vote Early in Smithville Election, Lightest Turnout in Several Years

June 17, 2011
Dwayne Page
Lydia Holmes and Louise Brown sign in to vote with election worker Dean Estes

Based on the response to early voting, this could be the lightest turnout for a contested Smithville Municipal Election in several years.

After fourteen days of early voting only 350 city voters cast ballots out of 2,877 active registered city voters. That's the lowest turnout for early voting during a contested city election since 2003, when 231 voted early. In 2005, only five people voted early and sixty five on election day in an uncontested city election.

A total of sixty three people voted yesterday (Thursday) on the last day of early voting, which was the largest single day turnout during the fourteen day period.

Here's how the vote breaks down for each day from Wednesday, June 1 through Thursday, June 16:

Wednesday, 7
Thursday, 32
Friday, 15
Saturday, 22 (20 in person, 2 absentees)
Monday, 15
Tuesday, 22
Wednesday, 17
Thursday, 31
Friday, 23
Saturday, 24 (20 in person, 4 absentees)
Monday, 10 (8 in person, 2 absentees)
Tuesday, 32 (31 in person, 1 absentee)
Wednesday, 37 (27 in person by machine, 1 absentee, 9 Nursing Home)
Thursday, 63

Three aldermen are to be elected Tuesday, June 21, each to serve a two year term beginning July 1st. Voting will be conducted in the basement courtroom of the courthouse from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.

The candidates are incumbents Shawn Jacobs, Aaron Meeks, and W.J. (Dub) White. The challengers are Gayla Hendrix, Cordell Walker, and Danny Washer.

WJLE will be your only source for LIVE election coverage on the radio and up to the minute Internet updates at www.wjle.com.

Last year, (2010) a mayor and two aldermen were elected in Smithville. During that election, a total of 746 voters turned out, including 476 early voters and 270 on election day.

In 2009 a total of 790 voters responded, including 590 during the early voting period and 200 on election day to select three aldermen.

A total of 963 city voters turned out in 2008 to elect a mayor and two aldermen including 684 early voters and 279 on election day.

In 2007, three aldermen were elected. That campaign drew 738 people to the polls including 555 during the early voting period and 183 on election day.

In 2006, a total of 696 city voters cast ballots to elect a mayor and two aldermen, including 425 early voters and 271 on election day.

Only seventy people voted in 2005, including 65 on election day and five during early voting, but the race was uncontested. Three aldermen were elected.

For the year 2004, a total of 800 city voters cast ballots; 450 voted in 2003; 811 in 2002; 473 in 2001; and 642 in 2000.

Dixon Qualifies for Alexandria City Election

June 16, 2011

Only one person has qualified to run for three seats on the Alexandria Board of Mayor and Alderman.

Darrell Dixon, a current alderman, turned in his qualifying petition by the noon deadline on Thursday, June 16.
But it is not too late for others who may be interested in holding a position on the town's board.

Dennis Stanley, Administrator of Elections, said persons attempted to be elected by write-in ballots can complete a notice requesting his/her votes be counted no later than NOON July 13. The person requesting to be a
write-in candidate must fill out a particular form that can be obtained at the election commission office in Smithville. If someone does seek to be a write-in candidate, his or her name will not be on the ballot.

The Alexandria election is set for September 1, 2011.

Chamber Seeks Entries for "Shop at Home" Contest

June 15, 2011
Dwayne Page

You could win $100 from the Chamber of Commerce just for giving your best reason for shopping locally.

Tim Hintz, Past President of the Chamber, said you can enter by going to the Chamber Facebook page or emailing the Chamber. You can find links to the facebook page and email address at www.dekalbtn.org. Then submit your reason.

Tim Hintz from dwayne page on Vimeo.
The name of the winner will be drawn on June 24 and will be announced on the next Chamber Chat program Wednesday, July 6 starting at 8:30 a.m. on WJLE.

The prize money has been donated by the Chamber of Commerce board of directors.

Meanwhile, Chamber Director Suzanne Williams urges all local businesses to participate in the 10th annual Project Welcome Mat in time for the 40th annual Fiddler's Jamboree and Crafts Festival.

Suzanne Williams from dwayne page on Vimeo.


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