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Page 14 Wednesday, September 12, 2012 The Adams County Record RIGHT TO KNOW: READ THE LEGALS ][ '" Please submit legal notices to [ I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICES OF PUBLIC INFORMATION NOTICE OF PENDING ISSUE OF TAX DEED Notice is hereby given to each of the owner(s) of record and "parties of interest" of the property hereina/ler described that a delinquency entry was entered as of January 1, 2009, on the records of the County Treasurer as Tax Collector for Adams County, State of Idaho, in respect of unpaid taxes assessed for the year 2008. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED, that ff said delinquency is not paid on or before OCTOBER 19th, 2012, by payment of said unpaid taxes together with late charges, interests and all costs and fees up to the date of this Notice, I, as Treasurer and Tax Collector for Adams County, State of Idaho, shall make application to the Board of Commissioners of Adams County, State of Idaho, for a Tax Deed to issue in favor of Adams County for the herein described property. That the record owner(s) shall be liable to pay to the County Treasurer as Tax Collector for Adams County, State of Idaho, all reasonable costs and fees in the preparation, service and publication of this said Notice** up to the date of payment and said costs and fees shall become a lien in favor of the Adams County Treasurer upon the following described property: PARCEL RECORD OWNER(S) PROPERTY DESCRIPTION TAX OWING PAKqIES IN INTEREST TAX, LATE CHARGE (2%) CONTRACT BUYERS INTE (12% PER ANNUM) COSTS & FEES ** RPC0260010016AA BURKHOLDER, CHRIS J & BURKHOLDER, KATRINA A 10822 BINGHAM AVE E TACOMA WA 98446-5222 Lots 16, 17 & 18 of Block I0 Tax $ 1,688.48 Perrill Division of the City Late Chg $ 33.76 of Council, Idaho as said lots Interest $ 787.60 are numbered and designated Costs $ 242.75 on the official plat on file in the office of the Adams County Recorder $ 2,752.59 A hearing shall be held upon application before the Board of Commissioners, Adams County, State of Idaho, on OCTOBER 22, 2012, at 9:30 a.m., or as soon thereafter as can be heard, for a tax deed to issue conveying the above described property to Adams County, State of Idaho, absolute title, free of all encumbrances, except any llen for taxes which may have attached subsequently to the assessment hereinabove referred. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED, that the record owner or owners or any "parties in interest" as del'med by Section 63-1005, Idaho Code, may appear in person or by counsel, and ff appearing, shall have adequate opportunity to be heard for the purpose of protesting the procedures used in taking this tax deed NO OTHER TYPE OF PROTEST WILL BE HEARD. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED, that inquiries and objections conceming this notice or the information contained therein shall be directed to the Adams County Treasurer at 201 industrial Avenue, PO Box 47, Council, ID 83612; or by calling (208) 253-4263 no later than 2 working days before the hearing date. Dated this 29th day of AUGUST,. 2012. /S/Christy Wilson County Treasurer and Ex-officio Tax Collector for Adams County, Idaho Published AUGUST 29th, SEPTEMBER 5TH, 12TH, & 19th 2012. **Cost of this publication shall be added Published in the Adams County Record on August 29, 2012 * September 05, 2012 * September 12, 2012 * September 19, 2012 LEGAL NOTICE Adams County Hazard Pls Avaihble for Public Review The Adams County Multi, Hazard Mitigation Plan update, has been completed in draft form and is available to the public for review and comment at the locations listed below. Electronic copies may be viewed in pdf format at The public review phase of the planning process will be open from September 10 th, 2012 thru September 28% 2012. 501 N Galena StL Council, Council City Hall Idaho, 83612 New Meadows City Hall 401 Virginia St., New Meadows, Idaho, 83654 The purpose of the Adams County Multi-Hazard Mitigation PIan(MHMP)is to reduce the impact of hazards such as floods, landslides, severe weather, wildfire, extended power outage, crop loss, and terrorism/civil unrest on Adams County residents, landowners, businesses, communities, local overnments, and state and federal agencies while maintaining appropriate emergency response capabilities and mstalnable natural resource management policies. The MHMP identifies high risk areas as well as structures and infrastructure that may have an increased potential[ for loss due to a hazard event. The documents also recommend specific projects that may help prevent disasters from occurring altogether-or, at the least, lessen their impact on residents and property. The MHMP is being developed by a committee of city and county elected officials and departments, local and state emergency response representatives, land managers, highway district representatives, and others. The Adams County MHMP includes risk analysis at the eommmity level with predictive models for where disasters are likely to occur. These Plans will enable Adams County ant its communities to be eligible for grant dollars to implement the projects and mitigation actions identified by the ommittee. Although not regulatory, the MHMP will provide valuable information as we plan for the future. Comments on the MHMP must be submitted to the attentior of Brad Tucker, Northwest Management Inc., at or marled to PO Box 9748, Moscow, ID 83813 by close of business on September 28th, 2012. For more information on the Adams County MHMP update pro{ess, contact Don Horton at 208-253-6125. Published in the Adams County Record on September 05, 2012 * September 12, 2012 * September 19, 2012 * September 26, 2012 LEGAL NOTICE The Indian Valley Rural Fire District will hold their Annual Budget Hearing, at the Indian Valley Fire Hall meeting room on October 9, at 6:30 P.M. INDIAN VALLEY RURAL FIRE DISTRICT PROPOSED BUDGET 2012/2013 FIREMANS TRAINING 1,500.00 FIREMANS SUPPLY 3,500.00 UTILITIES/FUEL 7,000.00 EQUIPMENT/PARTS 2,000.00 OFFICE SUPPLIES 400.00 BUILDING MAINTENANCE 2,500.00 VEHICLE/BUILDING INSURANCE 4,000.00 WORKMANS COMP. INSURANCE 196.00 ADVERTISING 200.00 RECRUITMENT & RETENTION 1,500.00 TOTAL $ 22.796.00 REVENUE TAX REMITTANCE , 19,439.00 NEW CONSTRUCTION ROLE 561.00 BUILDING RENTAL 2,796.00 TOTAL $ 22,796.00 Published in the Adams County Record on September 12, 2012 September 19, 20i2 LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Hearing on Name Change Case No.: CV-2012-3008 A Petition to change the name of Jeffery_ Allan Roberts. born (datel 05/29/94 in (city).Everett. (state) Washington , residing at (address) P.O. Box 87 , (city} Council, has been fild in Adams County District Court, Idaho. The name will change to Jeffery Alan Beal , because My father changed his last name to Beal. which is the name of the man who raised him and I would like to do the sanl_e.. [] The petitioner's fathei- is living and hi s address is 1641 NE Bear Ridge Road Belfair. WA 98528 or [ ] The peti- tioner's father has died arid the names and addresses of his closest blood relatives are: and [v'] The petitioner's mother is living and her address is Unknown. Haven't been able to lodate. See below, or [ ] The petitioner's mother has died ad the names and addresses of her closest blood relatives are: I have no knowledge of any of my mothers blood relatives or her whereabouts. A Hearing on the petition is scheduled for 8:30 o'clock _Am. on October 15. 2012, at the County Courthouse. Objections may be filed by any person who can show the court a good reason against the name change Date: September 4, 2012 SHERRY WARD By: Jan Mees Deputy Clerk Published in the Adams County Record on September 12, 2012 September 19, 2012 * September 26, 2012 October 03, 2012 New Meadows City Council Continued from front page The work will be'done next year along 1,600 feet of sewer lines in the city. The Council also agreed to spend $2,000 to retain Neptune Software to maintain the operating system for the automat- ed water meters. Mayor Spelman started a con- versation about current water and sewer rates in the city. The mayor feels that the appearance of the city suffers because it is too expensive to keep lawns and landscaping green during the sum- mer. The .Senior Center had requested some city help in paying their util- ity bills earlier this year because they also main- tain a lawn at the Center. Director Penny Dreyer reported that the Center has since then received an anonymous donation that will pay their utility bills for the next six months. The CitT Council took no action at this meeting regarding current utility rates within the city.