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Classifieds Legals Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, July 17, 1997 31 PETS & SUPPLIES REAL ESTATE HOUSES i ONE OF A KIND 5 BEDROOM 3 BATH 2,396 square feet of comfortable living area. This hard to find 5 bedroom / 3 bath home is nearly new and immaculate. Walk to school and golf course. $139,500. Call New Nevada Realty a't (702) 727-8522 7/17 AUTO REPAIRS NEARLY NEW 3 bdrrn/2 bath, 1500 sq.ft. on 1 I/4 acre. Paved road. Asking $125,000. Prudential Southwest Realty. For more information, call Sheryl Cobb at 727-9405 tfn FANTASTIC PRIVATE AREA 4 bdrm/2 bath, over 1600 sq.ft, on 1 1/4 acre. New paint inside & out. Prudential Southwest Realty. Call Sheryl Cobb at 727-9405 tfn A U TOMOBIL ES OUT OF TOWN REAL ESTATE ELKO !!! Five acres with gold, gas and oil fights. Call Bob Nelson Real Estate 727-6633 for details. 7117 ...................... "'""; @T ............................. LIVESTOCI FOR SALE Six week old piglets,, sows, boars, beef cows and laying hens. Call anytime 751-3629 7/17-7124 WOLF & AKITA PUPS 3 males, 1 female predominantly black with some gray and white, 8 weeks old. $100 per pup. Call 751-1738 7/17-8/7 DAN'S AUTOMOTIVE GLASS Windshields, door glass & chip repair. WE COME TO YOU! Call 727-9700 7/3-8/7 ......................... i t ll'r  " ................... ffflll'l !!!!!MUST SELL!!!!! 1973 FORD RANCHERO 400 Big Block. $1,000 OBO, call 727-1638 after 5 p.m. tfn NOTICE OF SALE OF VE- HICLE TO SATISFY LIEN Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lien holder will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described vehicles: 77 Dodge van Owners D. Aaron St. John]Jo- seph E. Godwin Sale will be concluded at the place of business of the under- signed on July 27, 1997 at 9 a.m., dated this June 30, 1997. BROWN PARKER TOWING GOLDFIELD, NEVADA sig. J.R. Ridgway owner Publish: 7/3/97 -7/17/97 PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT This notice is in compliance with the Superfund Amend- ment and Reauthorization Act of 1986, on Hazardous Vlaterial substances report- ing and planning. Informa- tion relating to SARA Title III facility identification, Materials Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) reports, Tier H re- ports and Title III response plans are available during business hours from Nye County Office of Emergency Services, 101 Radar Road, Tonopah, Nevada, and/or from local fire departments. The fire department/district will only provide informa- tion on facilities within their local jurisdiction. Publish: 7/17/97 On July 2,1997, James R. Marsh dba Amargosa Val- ley Broadcasters tendered to the Federal Communications Commission an application for a permit to construct a new FM broadcast station on Channel 266A in Amargosa Valley, Nevada. The station will operate with an effective radiated power of 6.0 kilo- watts and an antenna height above ground of 117 meters, with its transmitter located .7 km west of State Highway 373 at 1900 E. Farm Road in Amargosa Valley and with its studios located at the Longstreet Inn, Casino and RV Park on State Highway 373 in Amargosa Valley. A copy of the application is available for public inspec- tion during normal business hours atthe office of the con- troller at the Longstreet Inn, Casino and RV Park. Publish: 7/17/97, 7/24/97, 7/ 31/97 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL OF BILL NO. 97-10 NYE COUNTY ORDI- NANCE NO. NOTICE OF FILING AND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN that BILL NO. 97-10, Nye County Ordinance No. entitled: AN ORDINANCE ESTAB- LISHING PROCEDURES FOR THE PAYMENT OF AUTHORIZED TRAVEL EXPENSES OF COUNTY OFFICERS AND EM- PLOYEES ARISING OUT OF THEIR OFFICIAL DU- . TIES OR EMPLOYMENT, AS PROVIDED BY NRS 245.060; AUTHORIZING THE REIMBURSEMENT OF NECESSARY LIVING EXPENSES WHILE TRAV- ELING ON COUNTY BUSI- NESS AND SETTING FORTH THE PARAM- ETERS OF THAT REIM- BURSEMENT; AUTHO- RIZING THE TREA- SURER TO PAY AN AD- VANCE OR CLAIM FOR TRAVEL AND PROVID- ING PROCEDURES THEREFORE; AUTHO- RIZING THE USE OF COUNTY CREDIT CARDS FORTRAVEL EXPENSES, AND PROVIDING RE- STRICTIONS ON THAT USE; PROVIDING THAT EACH DEPARTMENT SHALL SET FORTH ITS ANTICIPATED TRAVEL EXPENSES IN ITS AN- NUAL BUDGET; PROVID- ING FOR THE SEVER- ABILITY, REPEAL, CON- STITUTIONALITY AND EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF; AND OTHER MATTERS PROPERLY RELATING THERETO. was proposed and read by title to the Board of Nye County Commissioners at its meeting held on the 15th day of July, 1997. A copy of said ordinance has been filed with the Nye County Clerk, and is available for public inspection at the of- fice of said County Clerk, at the Nye County Courthouse in Tonopah, Nevada. A public hearing on the said ordinance will be held on the 5th day of August, 1997, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock a.m., in the Commissioners' Chambers, Nye County Courthouse, 101 Radar Road, Tonopah, Nevada, at which time further discus- sion regarding said ordinance, including public comments, will be held. DATED this 16th day of July, 1997. Is/Juanita "Arte" Robb, Nye County Clerk and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board Publish: 7/17/97 NOTICE OF NYE COUNTY'S INTENTION TO SELL CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to NRS 244.281(2), that the Nye County Board of Commission- ers ("Board"), pursuant to NRS 244.281 (1) (b), intends to sell the following County-owned property through a licensed real estate broker: AP #08-271-06: Parcel A, file map # 190397. Located within Section 1, Township 2 North, Range 42 East. 2.75 acres. An offer for the above-de- scribed property has been re- ceived by the Board, in the amount of Eighty-Two Thou- sand Five Hundred Dollars ($82,500.00), the minimum sales price previously set by the Board. That offer was brought to the Board by Trish Rippie, dba Trish Rippie Re- alty, Inc., a licensed real estate broker. Ms. Rippie will be handling the proposed sale of the above- described property. Any per- son who is interested in pur- chasing the said property is invited to negotiate with Ms. Rippie regarding making an offer New offers on the said property will be accepted by Ms. Rippie, for conveyance to the Board, until noon, Mon- day, August4, 1997. The Board will consider and may make a final decision to sell the said property at its meeting on Tues- day, August 5, 1997. Offers must to be made on standard offer to purchase forms, and must be accompa- nied by a ten percent (10%) earnest money deposit which will be fully refundable in the event that the offer is not ac- cepted. Otherwise, the earnest money will be applied to the buyer's down payment. The earnest money deposit is to be held in the broker's trust ac- count until an offer is accepted by the Board, at which time it will be deposited into escrow. The amount of each new offer received by Ms. Rippie will be revealed to all previous offerors on the said property, so that they may improve their offers. The offer which may be ac- cepted will be the cash or term offer which produces the high- est net return to the County. All offers must be at the list price (appraised value) or higher to be considered. For the purpose of this sale, a cash equivalency factor of ninety- five (95 %) will be used in com- paring cash and terms offers. For example, if two bids are received for the parcel, and they each are in the amount of $20,000, but one is for all cash and the other for terms, the terms offer will be given a cash equivalency value of $19,000, and the cash offer will be deemed to be the higher of the two. Offers may require financ- ing by the County, providing that the down payment is at least twenty-five percent (25%) of the purchase price. The buyer will execute a note and deed of trust in favor of the County, including an in- terest rate fixed for the term of the loan at one percent (1%) over the Wall Street Journal published prime interest rate current at the time of accep- tance of th offer by the Board. The term of the loan may not exceed ten (10) years. Once an offer finally has been accepted by the Board, an escrow will be opened with a local escrow company which will prepare the docu- ments and order a policy of title insurance. The County and the buyer will split the escrow fee; the County will pay the cost of title insurance and preparation of the deed; and the buyer will pay the cost of preparing the laote and deed of trust. Dated this 15th day of July, 1997. Publish: 7/17/97, 7124197, 7/31/97 I ClassifiedAdvertising Order Form -Name HOW TO FIGURE YOUR RATE Address City. 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