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Sheriff's Report ii PAHRUMP Pauia Gardiner was released December 3 from Pahrumpjail on her own recogrfizance. William Buzbee was released December 3 from Pahmmpjail on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos Roy Mathis was released December 3 from Pahmmpjail on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. Scott EUiott was released December 3 from Pahrump jail as time served. Louis Myers was released December 3 from Pahrump jail after serving time. William Allen Carpenter was booked .cmber 4 into Pahmmpjail on charge of first DUI. Bail was set at $775. He was released after posting bail bond. Eric Vogt was booked December 4 into Pahrump jail on charge of speeding and suspended driver's license. Bail was set at $830. He was released December 6 on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. Ross Wescoattwas lxxflced December4into Pahmmpjail on charge of controlled substance furnished to a minor, child neglect and child abuse. He was released on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. William Johnson was booked December 4 into Pahrump jail on charge of domestic battery. Bail was set at $3,115. He was released December 6 per Judge Tsafos. John William Martin was booked December 4 into Pahrumpjail on charge of driving while driver's license suspended and six traffic Legals warrants out of Los Vegas Justice Court. Bail was set at $2,925. He was released December 5 on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. Lois Carlos Monzon was booked December 5 into Pahrump jail on charge of two warrants out of Clark nty. Bail was set at $1,230. He was released for transport to Clark County. SamuelBoggs was booked December 5 into Pahmmpjail on charge of warrant out of Las Vegas. Bail was set at $432. He was released December 6 after posting bail. Carlos Hernandez was booked December 5 into Pahrump jail on charge of warrant. Bail was set at $931. Johnna M/tche//was released December 5 from Pahrump jail after posting bail bond. Hollie Hayes was released December 5 from Pahrump jail after posting cash bail. Thomas Rego was booked December 6 into Pahmmpjail on charge of first DUI, operating an unregistered vehicle and driving without a valid drivers license. Bail was set at $1,225. He was released December 8 on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. Jeffrey Williams was released Dexmber 6 from Pahrump jail after fines paid. Jeffrey Williams Jr. was released December 6 from Pahrump jail as time served. RobertA. Bakkedah/was booked December 6 into Pahrump jail on charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to stop or yield. Bail was set at $865. He was released mber 7 after posting bail bond. Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, December 11, 1997 25 David Price was booked De- cember 7 into Pahmmp jail on charge of domestic violence. Bail was set at $3,000. He was released  December 8 after posting bail. Albert Steadman was released December 8 from Pahrumpjail as time served. RonaMReddy was booked December 8 into Pahrump jail on charge of warrant out of Clark County. Gloria Godsil was released December 8 from Pahmmp jail on her own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. James Gaines was released December 8 from Pahrump jail on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. Steven Mathew Harris was released December 9 from Pahmmpjail as time served. Elgin Bruner was released December 9 from Pahmmp jail as time served. James R. Dunn was released December 9 from Pahmmpjail as time served. Rober Gibson was released December 9 from Pahmmp jail after posting bail. SamuelAngelo was booked December 9 into Pahrumpjail on charge of first DUI, possession of a controlled substance, under the influence of a controlled substance, and local warrant. He was released after posting bail bond. Robert Effinger was booked December 9 into Pahmmp jail on charge of local warrants. He posted bail and was released. NOTICE OF PRO- POSAL OF BILL NO. 97-14 NYE COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. NOTICE OF FILING AND ADDITIONAL PUBLIC HEARINGS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BILL NO. 97- 14, Nye County Ordinance No .... entitled: AN ORDINANCE IM- POSING A TAX ON RESI- DENTIAL CONSTRUC- TION IN NYE COUNTY, FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING CONSTRUC- AND SHALL BE SO SPECIFIED AND AC- COUNTED FOR BY LINE ITEM DESIGNATION; RESTRICTING THE USE OF THE TAXES COL- LECTED TO FUNDING CONSTRUCTION, RE- MODELING AND ADDI- TIONS TO SCHOOL BUILDINGS WITHIN THE REGION IN WHICH THE CONSTRUCTION OR DEVELOPMENT FOR WHICH THE TAXES WERE COL- LECTED WAS COM- MENCED; PROVIDING THAT ONE PERCENT TION, REMODELING (1%) OF THE TAX COL- AND ADDITIONS TO SCHOOL BUILDINGS; CITING THE AIfFHOR. ITY FOR IMPOSITION OF THE TAX; DEFINING TERMS USED IN THIS ORDINANCE; SPECIFY- ING THAT A CON- STRUCTION/DEVELOP- MENT TAX OF ONE THOUSAND SIX HUN. DRED DOLLARS ($1,600200)- SHALL BE IMPOSED ON EACH LOT FOR A MOBILE HOME, RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNIT AND SUITE IN AN APART. MENT HOUSE, FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF CON- STRUCTING ORDEVEL. OPING SUCH LOT, UNIT OR SUITE; PROVIDING THAT IMPOSITION OF TAX IS CONTINGENT ON APPROVAL OF THE NEVADA TAX COMMIS- SION; PROVIDING THAT THE MONEY COLLECTEDBE DEPOS- ITED WITH THE NYE COUNTY TREASURER, IN THE SCHOOL DISTRICT'S FUND FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS; PROVIDING THAT THE MONEY COLLECTED SHALL BE SEGRE- GATED AS TO WHICH OF SIX REGIONS OF THE COUNTY IN WHICH THE CON- STRUCTION OR DEVEL- OPMENT FOR WHICH IT WAS COLLECTED WAS COMMENCED, LECTED SHALL BE RE- TAINED BY THE COUNTY, AS AND FOR REIMBURSEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS OF COLLEC- TION OF THE TAX; PRO- VIDING FOR THE SEV- ERABILITY, REPEAL, CONSTITUTIONALITY 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 21 st day of October, 1997. A copy of said ordinance has been filed with the Nye County Clerk, and is available for public inspection at the office of said County Clerk, at the Nye County Courthouse in Tonopah, Nevada. Public hearings on the or- dinance were held on No- vember 18 and December 2, 1997, in Pahrump and Tonopah, respectively. Ad- ditional public hearings on the said ordinance will be held as follows: ** December 16, 1997,: 10 a.m., Duckwater/Shos- hone Health Department, 502 Duckwater Falls, Duckwater, Nevada; ** January 6, 1998: 10 a.m., Commissioner's Chambers, Nye County Courthouse and William P. Beko Justice Complex, 101 Radar Road, Tonopah, Nevada; and ** January 20, 1998:10 a.m., Bob Ruud Community Center, 150 E. Basin Road and Highway 160, Pahmmp, Nevada, arm at those times and places, further discussion re- garding said ordinance, in- cluding public comments, will be held, DATED this 3rd day of December, 1997 Sandra L. Merlino, Deputy Juanita "Arte" Robb, Nye County Clerk and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board Publish: 12/11/97 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF HARNEY Case No. 97-10-224 LAND TITLE INSUR- ANCE & ESCROW CORPORATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, V. WAYNE M. HOLT and DARLA J. HOLT, and MIKE SAMOILOV, Defendants. TO: WAYNE M. HOLT and DARLA J. HOLT, Defendants. You are hereby required to appear and defend the Complaint filed against you in the above-entitled action within thirty (30) days from the date of service of this summons upon you, and in case of your failure to do so, for want thereof, plaintiff will apply to the court for the re- lief demanded in the Com- plaint. The object of the Com- I plaint and the demand for relief is for the deposit with the court of an earnest money deposit made by the defen- dants with the plaintiff and for the defendants to thereaf- ter state their claims thereto. NOTICE TO THE DEFENDANT: READ THESE PAPERS CARE- FULLY! You must "appear" in this case or the other side will win automatically. To "ap- pear" you must file with the court a legal paper called a "motion" or "answer." The "motion" or "answer" must be given to the court clerk or administrator within 30 days along with the required fil- ing fee. It must be in proper form and have proof of ser- vice on the plaintiffs attor- ney or, if the plaintiff does not have an attorney, proof of service upon the plaintiff. If you have any questions, you should see an attorney immediately. If you need help in finding an attorney, you may call the Oregon State bar's Lawyer Referral Service at (503) 684-3763 or toll-free in Oregon at (800) 452-7636. The date of the first publi- cation of this summons is the 4th day of December, !997. Max S. Taggart, II, OSB#68162 Attorney for Plaintiff 399 South Oregon Street Ontario, Oregon 97914 Telephone: 541-889-5372 Publish 12/4/97, 12/11/ 97, 12/18/97, 12/25/97 NOTICE OF ADOP- TION OF NYE COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 20S bill No. 97.15 NOTICE IS HEREBY I NOTICE Pursuant to NRS 244.085 (5), the Nye County Board of Commissioners will hold its second meeting of December on Tuesday, December 16, 1997, at the Duckwater-Shoshone Reservation Duckwater, Nevada. The meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. Publish: 12/4/97, 12/11/97 GIVEN that the Nye County Board of Commissioners, at its meeting held on the 18th day of November, 1997, adopted Nye County Ordi- nance No. 205, entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE H, NYE COUNTY ORDI- NANCE NO. 164, PER- TAINING TO THE GRANTING OF SOLID WASTE COLLECTION FRANCHISES; PROVID- ING THAT SECTION 8.24.310(A) THEROF SHALL BE AMENDED TO DELETE THE FIVE (5) YEAR LIMITATION ON THE TERM OF A FRANCHISE GRANTED BY THE NYE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMIS- SIONERS; PROVIDING FOR THE SEVERABIL- ITY, CONSTITUTION- ALITY, AND EFFEC- TIVE DATE HEREOF; AND OTHER MATTERS PROPERLY RELATING THERETO. Typewritten copies of the ordinance are available for public inspection at the of- fice of the Nye County Clerk, Courthouse, Tonopah, Ne- vada. Commissioners voting in favor of the adoption of the ordinance: Copass, Carver, Davis Commissioners voting against the ordinance: 0 Cameron McRae abstain Commissioners absent: Bob Revert This ordinance shall be in full force and effect after pub- lication once a week for a period of two (2)weeks in a newspaper of general circu- lation within Nye County, Nevada, to-wit: the 15th day of December, 1997 Juanita "Arte" Robb, Nye County Clerk and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board Publish: 12/4/97, 12111/97 NOTICE OF VACANCY There is a vacancy on the Amargosa Valley Library District Board of Trustees for the unexpired term end- ing January 4, 1999. The Board of Nye county Com- missioners is requesting re- sume-qualification letters from persons interested in filling this vacancy. Persons interested must be a resi- dent of the Amargosa Val- ley Library District. Please submit resume-qualifica- tions letters to the Nye County Clerk's Office, P.O. Box 1031, Tonopah, Ne- vada 89049, no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, De- cember 12, 1997. Publish 12/04/97, 12/11/97 I ATTENTION PAHRUMP VOTERS Pursuant to NRS 293.205 & 293.207 election pre- cincts must be established on the basis of the number of registered voters therein with a maximum of 1,500 registered voters. This must be accomplished on or before the third Wednesday in May of every even num- bered year, therefore: PAItRUMP 4 has been divided down Dandelion/ Unieorn/Vicki Ann Roads. All registered voters in Pahr- ump 4 that live between Pahrump Valley Boulevard and Dandelion/Unicom/Vicki Ann Roads will now be in the newly created Pahrump 12. All others in Pahrump 4 living East of Dandelion/Unicom/Vicki Ann Roads will remain in the old precinct of Pahrump 4. PAHRUMP 5 has been divided down Barney. All registered voters in Pahrump 5 that live West of Barney will now be in the newly created Pahrump 1 I. All others in Pahrump 5 living between David and Barney will remain in the old precinct of Pahrump 5. III 1