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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 7, 2002, PAGE 10-A- illllnllnil | Please Clip and Save for ! 1future reference n 1 I 1 n omissions made by BellSouth in its 1 l 2002 Telephone Directory, the I contact information for n Warren Rural Electric Cooperative 1 II Corporation is incomplete. l OurWhite Pages Listing should 1 I have stated: II Warren Rural l Electric i Cooperative Corp. I 112 South Tyler, I Morgantown ..1.800-844.1707 l Emergency or Power Failure I II 24 Hours ........ 1.888-604-4321 1 1 1 I Due to numerous errors and n 1 1 1 l 1 l l 1 1 | We regret the inconvenience that I their error has caused our customers, i Illmlli li Bid Notice The Ohio County Board of Education will receive sealed bids March 13, 2002, at 9:00 AM COT for surplus: SIX (6) ELEMENTARY CAFETE- RIA TABLES. (An inspec- tion may be made between 9:00 and 1:00 at the Superintendent's Office). Sealed bids may be deliv- ered to the Superintendents Office, 315 East Union Street, Hartford, Kentucky. The ARE YOU CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN OHIO COUNTY ??? Ohio County has an Occupational Tax that applies to any- one performing any type of work, providing goods or ser- vices to the county. Every business operation or enterprise is required to pay occupational tax on their net profits annually. Every em- ployee who earns an income in this taxing jurisdiction is to occupational taxes on his or her gross earnings. The current rate is 1.00%. It is necessary for you to register with our office when be- ginning a job in Ohio County, as you will be held account- able for any earning in Ohio County. If you are currently conducting any type of business in the county and have not registered, please contact our office immediately. Any tax not paid when due will accumulate interest at the rate of 8% per annum, plus penalty of 10%. Net Profit li- cense Fees are due on or before April 15th of each year. To register with the Ohio County Occupational Tax office, receive forms for filing, or for additional information please call 270-298-4410 or stop by the office located in the lower level of the Courthouse, 301 South Main Street, Hartford, Kentucky. Colleen C. Cox Occupational Tax Administrator, P.O. Box 210, Hartford, KY 42347 NOTICE The Ohio District Court Jeff and judges, after proving the will, or after hearing the application "Tchenor" Allen for appointment, do hereby and their two boys, who lost grant administration and order trailer fire Februaw 24 in of appointment for the follow- thing is needed and will be ing: Joan Nacey, deceased: ated. James Rouse of 4572 Hails Call 298-9781 Creek Road, Hartford, Ky. or can bring donatlonS 42347 appointed administrator W. Union Street on March 1, 2002. Hon. Gre- gory B. Hill of P.O. Box 94, Hartford, Ky. 42347 attorney for the estate. Mary Edith Thompson, de- ceased: James Garry Thomp- son of 342 Rochester Lock Lane, Beaver Dam, KY 42320 ap- pointed executor on March 1, 2002. Maurice H. Ragland, de- ceased: John L. Ragland of 3112 Walnut Hill Road, Lexington, Ky. 40515 appointed adminis- trator on March 1,2002. Rion Tyler Jones, child: Marilyn Henderson of 1997 Buford Road, Utica, KY 42376 appointed limited guardian on March 1, 2002. John Rubert Parker, de- ceased: John Robert Parker of 1125 N. Broad Street, Beaver Dam, KY 42320 and Nancy Parker Wray of 214 Walnut Hill Drive, Richmond, KY 40475 appointed co-administrators on March 1, 2002. All persons objecting or hav- ing claims against said estates are notified to present them, properly proven, to the execu- tor or administrator, verified according to law. GAYNELL ALLEN, Clerk Ohio District Court Board reserves the right to accept or reject any part or all Read the Times- [ proposals. ] Barry Geary, Chairperson , Ne WS Want Ads/ Iof the Ohio County Board of l Education."------- -- ! .,.\\\Y We have CASH _'%. available for all Celebrating ": r n eds FLOORING you e .. 15 years " ffiT 274-3343 I _ i z I"\ Cagle Financial Services Cl#East 4th Street Beaver Dam KY 42320 Stop by and check out or | our selection of: O O - Ceramic Tile - Vinyl Flooring Hardwood Flooring Laminate Flooring o Carpet We Accept: Visa/Master Card/Discovery 724 S. Main St. Hartford, Ky 42347 Phone: 270-298-7455 Fax: 270-298-9054 PUBLIC NOTICE Second reading of Ohio County Budget Amendment Ordinance #2002-1E increas- ing receipts and expendi- tures of the General Fund by $98,266.72 will be held March 14, 2002, 10:00 AM at the Ohio County Community Center, Hartford, KS. I P.O. Box 226, Hartford, Ky 42347 Phone: 298-7100 Fax: 298-9572 New Subscription Renewal Name our Web for this week's Obituaries www.octimesnew com Have a nice to return your renewal card when renewing your subscription to the Ohio County Times.News Address City State Zip In County: $12.00 Adjoining County: $15.00 Elsewhere In KY: $20.00 Out Of State: $25.00 $1.00 Discount For Senior Citizens Hon. Dan Jackson has been appointed by Court to attempt to notify David Wilkerson, who's last known address waS 231 South, Beaver Dam, KY 42320, of J against them before the Ohio Circuit CoUrt, any information as to the whereabouts Crystal Wilkerson should contact Hon. Box 89 Hartford, KY 42347 or (270) If you have Medicare or Private Eligible to recexve nebulizers, albuterol & Call DIABETIC TOLL ~OA PUBLIC HEARING 1 Toall interested citizens of McHemT, IZ~ l~ intends to apply for a 2002 Community Dev~ (CDBG) to aid in the construction of a new fire P tion of the existing fire station into a city hall - i~J' reformation concermng the CDBG program spection: . J A. Amount of funds available and range ol undertaken, be i B. Estimated amount of funds proposed to benefiting persons of low to moderate income. C. Plans for minimizing displacement of l tivities assisted with CDBG funds and plans to those persons to be actually displaced activities. D. Records regarding the past use of cDBG E. A summary of other The above information will be from March 2, 2002 through March 16, 2002 hours. Any persons requiring special needs McDonald at (270) 274-5688 (TOO-state at least 24 hours before the meeting. The City of McHenry will hold a sion of the application. The at 8:30 a.m., at the McHenry McHenry, Kentucky 42354. The main rain views on housing and community ties, review the proposed application, form citizens that technical assistance is re~enting low and moderate income A copy of the CDBG pre-application McHenry Post Office for citizen review and business hours firom March 2, 2002 througt meats on the proposed application may be Chinn by March 16, 2002. NOTICE OF PERMIT CONFERENCE Pursuant to Application Number 892-5002, Renewal #1 In accordance with the provisions of 405 KAR 8:010 Section ii, notice is conference is scheduled for Thursday, March 28,2002 at I0:00 o'clock at the Reclamation and Enforcement, Madisonville Regional Orifice, 3rd Floor, Drive, Madisonville, KY concerning the above application filed by Ohio County tion is for a permit for an underground coal mining operation approximately 0.7 Ohio County. The proposed operation is approximately 0.5 miles southeast from KY 85's and located 0.32 miles northeast of Elk Cree The Latitude is 37 26' 43". The surface area is owned by Peabody Coal Company. The operation will underlie Corporation, Jerome V. and Shirley Vaught, Arthur P. and Linda Vaught, Rex and Gary and Janie Igleheart and Joel Igleheart, Carlos Brown, Beaver Dam Coal opment Company, Maude Boling and Blanche Grove, Oak Grove Church, George Larry D. and Kathy Kessinger, Jerry M. and Doris Shultz, R. W. Carter, Tom Julie Shultz, Donald C. Jr. and Karen J. Brandon, R. W. and Wilma Carter, Marvin Anita and Roy A. Smith, Vivian Bell and B. S. Layson and Ruby Layson, Velma B. C-off, James R. and Helen Ford, Phillip E. and Dorothy Ford, Joe and Garry Minton, Janice Smith Tomblinson and Gordon Lee, Jr., Jerry G. and pany, Robert E. Heskins, Charles F. Jr. and Rena Dixon, John M. and Helez o Mrs. Florence Loyd Farmer, Burlie Shrull, Autra Lee and Elizabeth Hoover Daniel R. Carter, Jackie L. Coffman II, Ed Tichenor, Vela Harrel et al, c/o Ruth Heirs, John W. Jr. and Patricia Brown, and Patricia igam and Donald Ray Cox proposed operation is located on the Equality U. S. G. S. 7 I/2 minute t the underground method of mining, and include a coal crushing facility. The application has been filed for public inspection at the Department and Enforcement's Madisonville Regional Office, Third Floor, 625 Hospital Drive, Any person whose interests are or may be adversely affected by the issuance present information relevant to the permit, in oral or written form, at the