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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 21, 2016 - 7 e e 0 ,I After numerous long Kentucky's $36 billion nights highlighted by unfunded pension liabil- plenty of healthy debate ity, which'has undoubtedly and number crunching, jeopardized the financial the Kentucky General As- stability of our Common- sembly finally reached an wealth. According to Gov- agreement on the two-year erning Magazine, Ken- state budget early Thurs- tucky's pension systems day morning. Between a were ranked at the top of newly elected governor the worst-funded of all 50 and new political dynam- states. We originally pro- ics in the House, the pro- posed to give an additional cess may have lasted a bit $322 million to fund pen- longer than usual, but we sions than our House col- were happy with the bi- leagues. partisan effort shown by Thankfully, after nearly all Senate members and three weeks of negotia- respective staff. In the end, tions, the Senate and the we are confident that the House reached a budget budget passed on Friday compromise that leaves is a structurally-balanced our state with one of the budget that addresses our most conservative and most vital areas of govern- responsible budget docu- ment without jeopardizing merits we have seen in the financial soundness of many years. our children's future. In the final budget com- The Senate's main objec- promise, we are dedicating five throughout budget ne- more than $1.2 billion to gotiations was to confront the unflmded pension li- exempts KET, K-12 edu- cation, and Learning and Results Services (LARS) from any funding reduc- tions. Performance-based funding for universities was also included which provides incentives for postsecondary education institutions to raise their education standards in areas such as graduation rates and retention rates. A $100 million workforce development, bond pool industi'y, here in our state, interim. Please do not hesi- was another included item * SB 63 will expedite tate to contact me or my of. which will permit one new the testing of rape kits. rice if there is anything we project in each congres-* SB 179, known as can do for you. sional district to promote the "ABLE Act," will help If you have any questions workforce development, establish savings accounts or comments about these Also included in the bud- for people with disabilities, issues or any other public get were much-needed pay * SB 43, also known policy issue, please call raises for Kentucky State as the "John Mackey Me- me toll-free at 1-800-372- Police. morial Act," provides death 7181 or emall me at albert. While the budget was be- benefits to families of EMS robinson@kc.ky.gov. You hag debated, several impor- workers killed in the line of can also review the Legisla- taut bills were signed into duty. ture's work online at www. law by Governor Bevin: * SB 195, which I lrc.ky.gov. Senate Bill (SB) proudlysponsored, pro- 193 will provide insurance videsdeath benefits toSenator Albert Robinson coverage for children with families of firefighters who (R-London) represents the special nutrition needs, die from cancer caused by 21st District comprised House Bill (HB) 40 their line-of-duty work. of Laurel, Jackson, Estill, would allow the expunge- SB 249, which I Powell, Menifee and Bath ment of some low-level proudly sponsored, would counties. He serves on felonies, ease the financial burden of the Banking and Insurance SB 56 increasessmaller fire departments. Committee, the State and the look-back window for It has been an honor to Local Government Com- DUI offenses from five be your voice in Frankfort mittee, the Transportation years to 10 years, during this 2016 Session. Committee, and he is the SB 11 will help the However, my work is not chairman of the Veterans, tourism industry, especial- done as we continue toMilitary Affairs, and Public ly our booming bourbon debate issues during the Protection Committee I A Morehead woman was Traffic was stopped charged with driving under along 1-64 for around two the influence of alcohol and hours while crews cleared four counts of first degree the scene. wanton endangerment fol- Blevins was charged lowing a two vehicle acci- with one count of operating dent on I-ful in Bath County a motor vehicle under the last Friday evening, influence, aggravating cir- Kentucky State Police Photo courtesy of Mont- cumstances, first offense; said that a 2015 Toyota gomery (2o. Regional Jail possession of an open al- Camry driven by Lacy Lacy Blevins cohol Container in a motor Blevins, 26, of Morehead, ment, and Kentucky State vehicle; and four counts was traveling eastbound Police Trooper Brandon of wanton endangerment, on 1-64 with a passenger, Burton were dispatched to first degree. She was Morgan Smith; 32, also of the scene at approximately lodged in the Montgomery Morehead. 10:12 p.m. County Regional Jail early Blevins' vehicle struck Bath County EMS trans- Saturday morning and was a 2002 Ford Windstar van ported both juveniles to released the same day on a driven by Kimberly Galla- St. Claire Medical Center $25,000 surety bond. gher, 32, also of Morehead, in Morehead, where they She is scheduled to ap- who had two juveniles as were treated for minor inju- pear for arraignment in passengers, ties. Rowan County EMS Bath DisWict Court on Gallagher!s vehicle trav- also transported Bbvins Tuesday. eled off the road way near and Smith to St. Claire The collision remains un- the 127 mile marker, where Medical Center, whereder investigation by Troop- it hit a rock embankment they were treated for inju- er Burton. and overturned, according ties. Smith was later trans- All individuals are pre- to the KSP press release, ported to the University sumed innocent until prov- Bath County EMS, Row- of Kentucky of Kentucky en guilty or pleading guilty an County EMS, Owings-Medical Center for further in a court of law. ville Volunteer Fire Depart- treatment. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 15-CI-90116 ELECTRONICALLY FILED KENTUCKY HOUSING CORPORATION PLAINTIFF v. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE TIMOTHY A. DAILEY DEFENDANTS Harpers-White Oak Homemakers I By Helen Reynolds Laura Manuel and Maggie the other to Helen June Roberts are in Florida for Snedegar. Hello-everyone- We're the winter. Betty gave the lesson on back after being off two Betty called the meet-"Understanding Genera- months because of snow hag to order by repeating tional Differences." It was and slick roads. The kids (all) the pledge to the flag. very interesting. missed eight days of Mary Margaret'sdevotion Next lesson will be school. We met on March "Dust Bowl to Sugar Bowl" "Making Healthy Bever- 2nd a week early as our was different but good. age Choices." Betty is go- president, Betty Maschino, Roll call was answereding to take it. wanted to go to Florida on with the name of a famous We all went to Green's sptingbreak-h'er son and Irish person. The namefor lunch (always good) his family live there. She "O'Hara" stood out andand a social hour. It was a hopes to see Maggie Rob- Margaret gave the Ken-sunny day but somewhat erts while there, nedy name. chilly. But what can you We had Mary Margaret The minutes were read ask for March? Manley, Jane Wells, Patsy by Helen Reynolds and See you next time- the Wilson, Margaret Dawson, Mary Margaret gave thetime will be changed and Betty Maschino and Helen treasurer's report. Motion maybe the weather will be Reyonlds present. Ada to accept both were bymore spring-like. I.June Thompson is ill and Mary Margaret and sec-We all got the new 2016 is m a rehab place (Rich- onded by Margaret. food and nutrition calendar mond Place) in Lexington. We sent two cards- onewhich has lots of recipes She still is on a walker, to AdaJune Thompson and (different). I "l after What military hero from Bath County retired from the US Army World War I as a Major General? Answer on page 19. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 15-CI-90161 ELECTRONICALLY FILED PEOPLES BANK OF KENTUCKY v. AMENDED NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE PLAINTIFF ESTATE OF JAMES BANKS, ET AL. DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on January 26, 2016, to raise the sum of $51,115.79, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, April 30, 2016, at the hour of 12:00 p.m., the following described property: Property Address: 23 Forest Avenue, Sharpsburg, Kentucky 40374 BEING THE SAME PROPERTY conveyed to Timothy A. Dailey, a single person, by Deed dated March 2, 2006 of record in Deed Book 212, Page 341, in the Office of the Clerk of Bath County, Kentucky. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) percent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at file rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III, Master Commissioner Bath County Campbell, Rogers & Hill, PLLC Attorneys at Law 154 Flemingsburg Road Morehead, KY 40351 (606) 783-1012 (606) 784-8926 fax Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 04.14, 04.21 6" 04.28 of 2016 By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on March 17, 2016, to raise the sum of $5,800'.93, inter- est, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, April 30, 2016, at the hour of 12:00 p.m., the following described property: Property Address: 1740 Mudlick Road, Salt Lick, Bath County, Kentucky 40360 1979 Nash Mobile Home VIN# CLOHCNA960142K and 1988 Norris Mobile Home VIN# NT4114460 BEING THE SAME PROPERTY conveyed by James Banks, an unremarried widow, et al. to James Banks, dated September 13, 2012, and of record at Deed Book 229 Page 620, Bath County Clerk's Office. Further rifference is made to the Affidavit of Descent of Shirley Banks, dated September 13, 2012, and of record in Deed Book 229, Page 619 Bath County Clerk's Office. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of file Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) percent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at file time of sale. The slaccessful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III, Master Commissioner Bath County Campbell, Rogers & Hill, PLLC Attorneys at Law 154 Flemingsburg Road Morehead, KY 40351 (606) 783-1012 (606) 784-8926 fax Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 04.14, 04.21 & 04.28 of 2016 Bath Bath County News-Outlook(USPS 045260) is published every Thursday by M.C. Investments d/b/a/Bath County News-Outlook, 81-A Water St., Owingsville, KY 40360 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Bath County News Outlook, PO Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Members of the Kentucky Press Association The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors 2013 SUBSCRIPTION RATES $25.00 for year in Bath County, $30.00 elsewhere in Kentucky and $35.00 out of state. Subcriptions include sales tax where applicable. All subcriFtions i~a~,able in advance. WE ENCOURAGE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bath County News-Outlook welcomes letters to the editor. Letters must be signed and include a daytime phone number for confirmation. 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