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Page 18 Wednesday, May 9, 2012 The Adams County Record II _-" Please submit legal notices to [[[ i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a PRIMARY ELECTION WILL BE HELD IN Adams County, Idaho, on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, between the hours of eight o'clock A.M. and eight o'clock P.M. at the following polling places for each precinct within said County. Precinct Polling Place Indian Valley Indian Valley Community Hall North Council Courthouse. Council Council Courthouse. Council New Meadows New Meadows City Hall Bear Marl-out Little Salmon River Marl-out THAT the Indian Valley Community Hall. the Courthouse, the New Meadows City Hail are designated as handicap-polling places for said County. Republican Party For Precinct Committeeman NAME Joe Holmes Indian Valley Shirley Halsey Indian Valley Michael A. Fisk Council Cynthia Mills Karolskl Council Anita D. Van Grunsven North Council Steve Joslin North Council Susan Warner Bear Viki Purdy New Meadows Kaz Wlttig New Meadows Democratic Party For Precinct Committeeman NAME PRECINCT Dan Rickard North Council Gwendolyn B. Kimball New Meadows Published in the Adams County Record on Published in the Adams County Record on May 02. 2012 * May 09. 2012 LEGAL J IOTICE SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT ADAMS COUNTY, IDAHO - MAY 15, 2012 Vote for such candidates as you desire by placing an X in the small square at the right of the names, or by writing in the names of the persons you desire to vote for, and place an X in the square at the right of their name. REPUBLICAN PARTY CANDIDATES FOR UNITED STATES OFFICES FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS First District (Vote for One) Raul R. Labrador Reed C. McCandless (Write-In) ................................................... [--] CANDIDATES FOR LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT OFFICES FOR LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT No. 9 FOR STATE SENATOR (Vote for One) Matthew W. Faulks Monty J. Pearce (Write-In) .................................................. O D FOR LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT No. 9 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Position A (Vote for One) Lawerence E. Denney _J (write-h) .................. ..., ............................ L_J FOR LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT No. 9 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Position B (Vote for One) Judy Boyle Kendall Nelson-Jeffs Jeri Soulier Daniel S. Weston Write-In) 77 D D CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER First District " (vote for One) Joe Holmes Cwrite-Ia) .. .......................... J ...................... L_J FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Third District (Vote for One) William (Bill) Brown L_J (Write-In) " ["--] FOR COUNTY SHERIFF (vote for One) Don Allen V- Mark A. Edwards r- Walter s. Okamoto - Ryan K. Zollman [--t (Write-In) .................................................. [] FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR (Vote for One) Stacy Swii Dreyer Robin James Write-In) D D FOR COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY (Vote for One) Myron Dan Gabbert Michael Ray Robinson U. r===.=q (Write-In) .....................  ............................ U CANDIDATES FOR PRECINCT OFFICES FOR PRECINCT COMMITTEEMAN AND VOTERS' DELEGATE TO THE PARTY'S COUNTY AND DISTRICT CONVENTIOIS (Vote for One) (Write-ln) ..................................... : ............ -J I Published in the Adams County Record on May 02, 2012 May 09, 2012 LEGAL NOTICE ADAMS COUNTY WEED CONTROL PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN this 24st day of April, 2012, Pursuant to the Idaho Noxious Weed Law, Title 22, Chapter 24, Section 07 of Idaho Statutes, Landowner and Cit_in Duties. It shall be the duty and responsibility of all landowners to control noxious weeds on their land and property, in accordance with said chapter and with rules promul- gated by the director. The cost of controlling noxious weeds shall be the obligation of the landowner and must be for the prevention, eradi- cation, rehabilitation, control or containment of such weeds. Methods, or a combination of methods, may include herbicide treatment, tillage, grazing, burning, bio-agents, cutting/mowing, or an appropriate meth- od can be recommended by the County Weed Superintendent. Noxious weeds and designations as determined by the Idaho State Department of Agriculture are as follows (asterisk * denotes that this weed is kriown to exist in Adams County): Statewide Early Detection/Rapid Response: Brazilian Elodea, Common/European Frogbit. Fanwort, Feathered Mosquito Fern, Giant Hogweed, Giant Salvinia, Hydrilla, Policeman's Helmet, Squarrose Knapweed. Syrlan Beancaper, Tall Hawkweed, Variable Leaf Mllfoll, Water Chestnut, Yellow Devil Hawkweed, Yellow Floating Heart. These shall be eradicated in the same growing season as identified. Statewide Control Noxious Weed List: Black Henbane, Bohemian Knotweed*, Buffalobur*. Common Cuprlna, Common Reed {Phragmltes), Dyer's Woad*. Eurasian Watermilfoil, Giant Knotweed; Japanese Knotweed*, Johnsongrass, Matgrass, Meadow Knapweed*, Mediterranean Sage*, Musk Thistle, Orange Hawkweed*, Parrotfeather Milfoil, Perennial Sowthlatle. Russian Knapweed, Scotch Broom, Small Bugloss, Vipers Bugloss, Yellow Hawkweed. The concentration of these weeds is at a level where con- trol and/or eradication may be possible. Statewide Containment Noxious Weed List: Canada Thistle*, Curlyleaf Pondweed, Dalmatian Toadflax*, Diffuse Knapweed*, Field Bindweed*, Flowering Rush, Hoary Alyssum*. Houndstongue*, Jointed Goatgrass*, Leafy Spurge*, Milinm, Oxeye Daisy*, Perennial Pepperweed*, Plumeless Thistle, Poison Hemlock*, Puncturevine*, Purple Loosestrlfe*, Rush Skeletonweed*, Saltcedar, Scotch Thistle*. Spotted Knapweed*, Tansy Ragwort, White Bryony. Whitetop*, Yellow Flag Iris*, Yellow Starthlatle*, Yellow Toadflax*. Weed control efforts should be directed at reducing known populations, and eliminating new or expanding populations of these weeds, According to the Idaho Noxious Weed Law, counties may designate weeds in other priority order than the statewide list. Therefore, since the concentration of these weeds is at a level where control andor eradication may be possible; they are considered to be on the Control list in Adams County: Bohemian knotweed, Dyer's Woad, DtHmse, Meadow and Spotted Knapweeds, Hoary Almum, Leafy Sparge, Mediterranean Sage, Orange Hawkweed, Perennial Pepperweed, Whitetop, Yellow Flag Iris, Yellow Starthlatle. Upon failure to observe this notice, the County Weed Superintendent is required to proceed pursuant to law and have weeds treated by such methods as said Superintendent finds necessary. See Idaho Code, Sections 22-2405, 22-2406, 22-2407, 22-2408, 22-2409 for more details of county and landowner duties and responsibilities. Any questions call Adams County Weed Control at 253-4669. Published in the Adams County Record on May 09, 2012 LEGAL NOTICE- Adams County Set to Update Hazard Risk Plans Adams County has launched a project to update the Adams County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan. Local agencies and organizations in Adams County have created a committee to complete the required 5-year updates of these documents as part of the FEMA Pre-Disaster Mdtigation program and National Fire Plan and Healthy Forests Restoration Act. The project is being- funded through a grant from FEMA. The planning update will include risk analyses, vulnerability assess- ments, and mitigation recommendations for the hazards of flood, land- slide, earthquake, severe weather, wfldland fire, terrorism/civil unrest, massive crop failure, and extended power outage. Northwest Management, Inc. has been retained by Adams County to provide risk assessments, hazard mapping, field inspections, interviews, and to collaborate with the planning committee to update the Plans. The committee includes representatives from local communities, rural and wildland fire districts, Idaho Department of Lands, U.S Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, highway districts, private landowners, area businesses, various Adams County departments, and others. One of the goals of the planning process will be to increase the partici- pating jurisdictions' eligibility for additional grants that will help mini- mize the risk and potential impact of disaster events. The planning team will be conducting public meetings on the third Thursday of every month at 10:00 am at the EMS building in Council, ID, to discuss preliminary findings and to seek public input on the Plans' recommendations. The committee will meet once a month through December. Once completed, the updated draft Plans will also be available for public review and com- -ment. The project completion date on this Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is December 31,. 2012. For more information on the Adams County Multi - Hazard Mitigation Plan update contact Don Horton, Adams County Disaster Services, at 208-253-6125 or Published in the Adams County Record on May 09, 2012 May 16:2012 May 23, 2012