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41. InterLinc: Lincoln: City Council Agenda
may dave rydl, clint bundy, rich wohlers, mark reynolds mike house, public works dept.) public hearing ordinances - 2nd reading 1) 00-110 creating alley re-paving dist. 47
City of Lincoln
City Council
ACTION FOR THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY, JUNE 19, 2000 AT 1:30 P.M ALL MEMBERS PRESENT NOTE: JUNE 26, 2000 REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING WILL BEGIN AT 5:30 P.M. MAYOR'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE - ( MARCH - MIKE DEKALB, PLANNING DEPT.; APRIL - OFFICER MARIO ROBINSON, POLICE DEPT.; MAY - HOUSE, PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. ) PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCES - 2ND READING PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS Appointing Gil Trevizo to the Citizen Police Advisory Board to fill an unexpired term expiring November 17, 2000. ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80234 Appointing Amir Azimi to the Multicultural Advisory Committee to fill an unexpired term expiring September 18, 2002. ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80235 Approving an agreement between the City and the State of Nebraska Department of Roads for the replacement of the Charleston Street Bridge over Salt Creek. ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80236 Special Permit 1838 - Application of the Disabled American Veterans Chapter No. 7 to permit the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises on property generally located at 3901 North 70th Street. ADOPTED, 6-0; CAMP, CONFLICT OF

42. 1996 Topps Stadium Club Members Only Baseball Cards
45 Williams, Matt 3 2 30 Wilson, Dan 1 2 269 Wohlers, Mark 2 2 421 Wojciechowski, Steve 1 2 88 Worrell, Todd 2 2 412 Young, Eric 2 1 420 Zeile, Todd 3

43. Wohlers Set For Long Road Back
The Cincinnati Reds at Enquirer.Com Mark Wohlers knows where he wants to end up — “I want to be on the mound, giving highfives after we win a game” — but Wohlers isn't
Sunday, April 18, 1999 Wohlers set for long road back No timetable for reliever's rehabilitation
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Mark Wohlers
Wohlers, the hard-throwing closer the Reds got in the trade Friday with the Atlanta Braves, arrived in Cincinnati on Saturday. Cincinnati is just a stopover. Wohlers will report to Indianapolis on Monday for a rehabilitation assignment. The rehab won't be physical; Wohlers will work strictly on his mental approach to the game. Wohlers, a 29-year-old right-hander with a 100 mph fastball, mysteriously lost his ability to throw strikes last season. He converted his first seven save opportunities. Then he suffered a pulled left oblique muscle and began struggling. Two trips to Triple-A Richmond could not get him back untracked. (He walked 36 in 12 innings there). He seemed to find himself this spring. He came north with the Braves. Wohlers made two appearances. He walked six and allowed two runs in a total of two-thirds of an inning. When the Braves wanted to send him to Richmond again, Wohlers refused to report. That meant the Braves had to trade or release him. The Reds offered John Hudek, and the Braves offered to pay Wohlers' $5.2 million salary.

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