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Classified a e THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of May 1 - May 7, 2003 also bush hog. Phone 674-6071. (F.M-40nc6) WILL DO -- Housecleaning. Friendly service, reasonable rotes. Call 247-2185. (SA-40p2) WILL DO---Babysitting in my home 2nd shift. Sharpsburg area. Excellent references, Call 1-859- 497-0923, leave a message. (LC- SALT LICK CONSIGNMENT STORE is now having a sale on all clothing, shoes, purses, etc. 50% off. Vacuum cleaners (2 bag- less ones), electric ranges, washers and dryers, televisions, one light oak entertainment center, queen or full size poster bed, dark oak dress- er. Other items and clothing half price. Check us out. Open Wednesday through Saturday, 10- 5. (SLC- 17ctf) NOW OPEN m WILDCAT DEN AFTER SCHOOL HANG OUT. Student hang out. Play air hockey, fooseball, ping-pong, shoot basketball, pitch baseballs, and PlayStation 2. Buffet style pizza. Everyone welcome. Dine in or carry ouL (LW-38c3) VENDING ROUTE. 100 charity sponsored locations. Net $36,000 and help find missing children. Cost $5,000. 1-800-853-7155 or www.webdesign 199.com, (WB- 40c2) WANTED WANTED--Tobacco to lease in. Will pay up front. Call 674-2246. (SB-38p4) WANTED--To lease out 4,817 lbs. tobacco. Call 247-3342. (IG- 38p3) MISCELLANEOUS WANTED PAINTINC,--Need help with those painting needs. Call Wayne Weaver at 606-247- 5931. Years of experience. (WW- 38p6) WANTED---Someone to drive milk truck route part time. Call 674-8241 or 782-1395. (JS-38p3) WANTED--Want tobacco to lease. Call 247-3559. CI'C-39p3) WANTED--Need help spring cleaning? Or just want us to do it for you. We even do windows! We have reasonable rotes and can give references. Call us at 674-2155 or 674-9811. Leave a message, if there's no one home. (AH-39p3) WANTED----Older person to care for elderly lady and do light house- keeping. Call 674-2184 after 5. (CM-4Op3) WANTEI)---Someone to finish mowing 5 acres of land in Preston. Also need someone to paint. 674- 6896. (PP-40p2) NOW HIRING--Hiring day shift Hiring closers. Must be 18 or older. McDonald's, Owingsville. (lylO-a8p3) RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLO- G'fIST---Doctor's office has imme- diate opening for (registered) Radiologic Technologist. Mon.- Fi'i. Day shift. No calls, no week- ends! ! Anyone interested may con- tact 1-859-498-3098. (DM-39c2) DAIRY HELP NEEDED--- Dairy Position coming available in mid to last of April, 100 cows or more. Housing available. Benefits include time off on some week- ends, insurance furnished, vacation with pay after 1 year of service. We will require 2 persons to milk and do the work, preferably a husband and wife team. Prior experience in milking and operating farm machinery a must. This is a very nice set-up. Please send informa- tion, with your name, address and a phone number where we can rgach you, to: Dairy Hand, EO. Box 268, Flemingsburg, KY 41041 and we will get back to you. 00-40c3) "d/ANTED---Ridgeway Nursing arid Rehabilitation Facility, in Owingsville, is currently seeking a Qhalified Maintenance Supervisor, to," perform general maintenance duties. We offer: Health Iurance; Dental Insurance; 4l(k); and Paid Vacation. Applications can be obtained at the fility, at 406 Wyoming Road, in Oycingsville. (RN-40c3) F Y AME ED N TI OFSALE OWINGSVILLE BANKING COMPANY, PLAINTIFF VS. DEBRA COPHER JACKSON, ET AL, DEFENDANTS Comes the Special Commissioner of the Bath Circuit Court, Leah Hawkins pursuant to the Default Judgment, Summary Judgment and Order of Sale entered on March 6, 2003, by the Court, in the case of Owingsville Banking Company vs. Debra Copher Jackson, being File No. 02-C1- 90267 of the Bath County Circuit Clerk's Office and will offer for sale on Friday. May 2. 2003. ginning at the hour of 3:00 p.m. at the front door of the Bath County Courthouse, Owingsville, KY, the hereinafter described tract of land, to-wit: The following parcel of land, and improvement thereon, located in Bath County, KY, to-wit: Beginning at a set stake in the cor- ner of the George Harris property and the margin of Harrisburg Street; thence Eastward with the lands of George Harris a distance of 75 feet to a set stake cornering with the lands of George Harris; thence Northward a distance of 50 feet with the lands of George Harris to a stake cornering with the lands of George Harris thence Westward a distance of 75 feet with the lands of George Harris to a set stake in the margin of Harrisburg Street; thence south- ward a distance of 50 feet with Harrisburg Street to the point of beginning. BEING the same property con- veyed to Wilson Copher, by Deed from Debra Copher, et al, dated 14 January 1976 of record in Deed Book 140, Page 447, reference is made to an Affidavit of Descent of record in Deed Book 140, Page 446, Bath County records. A. The Purchaser shall he required to pay the sum of ten percent (10%) down at the time of sale. In the event a lien holder is the pur- chaser, the lien holder shall not be required to make a down payment, but the down payment shall he credited against its lien. B. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid on credit of thir- ty (30) days at the lawful rate of interest of twelve percent (12%) per annum. The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond or bonds with sufficient surety there- of for said balance which shall have the force and effect of judg- ment in order to secure the pay- ment of the balance of the pur- chase price, and said bond shall constitute a lien on the said proper- ty until paid. C. The 2003 ad valorem taxes assessed by Bath County shall he the responsibility of the purchaser. D. Any purchaser or purchasers shall have the privilege of paying all or any portion of the purchase price of paying said bond or bonds before maturity by paying the prin- cipal thereof together with all accrued interest thereon. E. Upon default of said deposits by the purchaser, the Master Commissioner shall resell the property upon the same terms and conditions as set out herein. E Said property shall he sold free and clear of the claims of all parties to the within action and all liens and encumbrances including all past due taxes except for restric- tions and easements appearing of record in the Bath County Clerk's office. All bidders shall be repaired to comply promptly with the terms of the sale. Lear N. Hawkins Special Commissioner 29 S. Maysville St. Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 1-859-498-0868 (BCFC-38c3) PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT BOARD OF TRUSTEE ELECTION IS SCHEDU!,,ED BY THE Bath CounW DISTRICT The Bath County Fire Taxing District announces that an election will be held on Saturday, June 28th, 2003, to elect a Trustee to its Board of Trustees, which is responsible for the operation of the fire department, in accordance with contracts. Candidates for election as a Trustee of the Fire Protection District, must he: A. Citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky; and, B. At least twenty- one (2 !) years old. Nomination forms for the Trustee election can be obtained from the Bath County Clerk's Office or, by telephoning the Fire District, at: 1- 606-674-6744, or by writing or visiting the: Bath County Clerk's Office, Main Street, Owingsville, KY 40360. Bath County Fire Taxing District is located at EO. Box 1444, Owingsville, KY 40360. Nominations must be received by the Fire District or postmarked before May 21st, 2003. The election of a Trustee to the Board of Trustees will be conduct- ed on Saturday, June 28, 2003, between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., at the Owingsville Volunteer Fire Department, locat- ed at Main Street, Owingsville, KY 40360. Contact any member of the election committee for addi- tional information. (BOT-39c4) ORDINANCE NO. 04-2003 TITLE: AN ORDINANCE IMPOSING GUIDELINES RE- LATING TO THE ACCEP- TANCE OF PRIVATELY OWNED STREETS AND RELATING TO CURBS FOR CITY STREETS FOR THE CITY OF OWlNGSVILLE, KY. SUMMARY: The City of Owingsville, KY, has enacted an Ordinance which shall be an Amendment to the City Code of Ordinances, 91.10 through 91.11, which requires that all new curbs and existing curbs that are a part of any reconstruction, shall be constructed in accordance with specific requirements concerning ramps to allow access and assis- tance for the disabled and elderly. Should any person or other entity desire to offer to the City of Owingsville a street for accept- ance, said person or entity must file with the City Council a recordable map or plat of the street and be willing to execute a Deed of Conveyance for the street/roadway or easement, and must certify under oath and provide certifica- tion from a qualified engineer that the street/roadway or easement meets certain specific and detailed requirements and specifications as set forth in the Ordinance; at least two landowners must benefit by the acceptance of the city as street/road; and the proposed street/roadway must have a mini- mum of one street light in place for every 220 feet. The request for acceptance must be in writing and addressed to the City Council of the City of Owingsville. Upon such a request, the Building Inspector and Superintendent of the City of Owingsville shall review the documentation and the proposed street/roadway to deter- mine if it meets the specification set forth under the Ordinance and make a recommendation to the City Council of the City of Owingsville. Upon acceptance by the City Council of the City of Owingsville, the Mayor shall certi- fy approval on the plat, the landowner shall execute a Deed of Conveyance to the city, and the document shall be recorded in the office of the Bath County Clerk. The City Clerk shall maintain a listing of all streets/roadways or easements accepted. The specifications required for new commercial streets/roadways are set forth in 91.11 (D), specifi- cation for new residential streets/roadways are set forth in 91.11(E). The above-referenced summary is a true and accurate summary of the City of Owingsville Ordinance No. 04-2003 in accordance with KRS 83A.060. Earl Rogers I11 City Attorney City of Owingsville, KY (COO-40cl) ORDINANCE NO. 03-2003 TITLE: AN ORDINANCE CRE- ATING THE RECREATIONAL, TOUR/ST, AND CONVENTION COMMISSION FOR THE CITY OF OWlNGSVILLE, KY, AND ESTABLISHING A 3% TRAN- SIENT ROOM TAX AND 1% RESTAURANT TAX. SUMMARY: The City of Owingsville, KY, has enacted an Ordinance which shall be an amend- ment to the City Code of Ordinances, 35.70 through 35.83, creating the City of Owingsville Recreational, Tourist, and Conven- tion Commission. The Commission shall consist of seven (7) members who shall serve for terms of three years. Members must he citizens, residents, and voters of Owingsville, KY, and shall be appointed by the Mayor of the City of Owingsville. The Commission shall elect officers annually and rnay conduct any busi- ness necessary for its purpose, including making contracts as is nec- essary to carry out the  of the Commission in accordance with KRS 91A.350 and 91A.360. The Commission may annually request funds from the City of Owingsville and must submit a budget to the City of Owingsville for approval annual- ly The City of Owingsville, ICY, has also enacted a Transient Room Tax and Restaurant Gross Retail Tax for purposes of the commission as fol- lows: 35.78, Transient Room Tax -- For the purpose of the operation of the Recreational, Tourist, and Convention Commission herein established and to finance the cost of acquisition, construction, operation, and maintenance of facilities useful in the atWacfion and promotion of recreational, tourist, and convention business, there is imposed and levied a Transient Room Tax of 3% of the rent for every occupancy of a suite, room or rooms, charged by all per- sons, companies, corporations, and other like, or similar persons, groups, or organizations doing business as motor courts, motels, hotels, inns, or like or similar accommodation busi- nesses in the City, 35.79, Restaurant Gross Retaa Tax- For the pta'lX of the oper- ation of the Recreational, Tourist, and Convention Commission herein established and to finance the cost of acquisition, construction, operation, and maintenance of facilities useful in the amaction and promotion of Recreational, Tourist, and Convention business, there is impos- ed and levied a special tax of 1% of the gross sales of restaurants doing business in the City. Said taxes are effective 01 July 2003 and shall he payable quarterly to the City Treasurer. For purposes of the restaurant tax, "Restatwanf' is defined as any fixed or mobile commercial establishment that engages in the preparation and serving of ready to eat foods in por- tions to the co, including but not limited to, restaurants, coffee shops, cafeterias, short order cafes, luncheonettes, grills, tea rooms, sandwich shops, soda fountains, roadside stands, street vendors, cater- ing kitchens, delicatessens, or similar places in which food is prepared for sale or consumption on the premises or elsewhere. It does not include school cafeterias which are operated by the school system and not an independent corporation, food vend- ing machines, or temptrary vendors, charitable or non-profit eeganiza- lions. Any delinquent tax shall accrue a ten (10%) per cent penaltyJogether with 1/2 of 1% interest per month until paid. Transient Room Tax shall not apply to rentals paid on occupancies in excess of seven consecutive days. The Transient Room Tax and Restatrant Tax shall be in addition to any other general taxes, ad valorem taxes, and any other occupational business license tax imposed by the City. The Director of Finance or any agent or employee is authorized to examine the rxds of any person, comtxmy, corporation, or other like or similar group doing'business in the City which may be subject to the aforementioned taxes. The above-referenced sunmm is a true and acoame summary of the City of Owingsville Ordinance No. 03-2003 in accordance with KRS 83A.060. EadRogers m City A, city ot,KY (1) COMMONWEALTH OF m" TRANSPORTATION CABINET DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS NOTICE TO CONTRACIRS Sealed bids will he received by the Department of Highways in the Division of Contract Procurement and/or the Auditorium located on the 1st Floor of the State Office Building, Frankfort, KY, until 10 am. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME on the 23rd DAY OF MAY, 2003, at which time bids will he publicly opened and read for the improve- ment of: BATH COUNTY, CBGR 03 0000039 Asphalt Surface on Various Roads. (See proposal for additional infor- mation.) Bid  for all projects will he available at the Division of Contract Procurement until 3 p.m. Daylight Savings Tune, preceding the day of the letting of Friday, May 23, 2003. Bid proposals for all projects will be available at a cost of $10 each and remittance payable to the State Treasurer of Kentucky must accom- pany request for proposals. (NON- REFUNDABLE). BID PROPOS- ALS ARE ISSUED TO PRE- QUALIFIED CONTRACIDRS. Specimen proposals for all tmjects will be available to all interested par- ties at a cost of $10 each (NON- REFUNDABLE). (KTC-40c1) ANIMALS FOR SALE--Angus bulls, ages 12 to 18 months. AHIR records on bulls. Fully guaranteed will pass test for Phase 1I money. Call 1- 859-498-5656. (BH-34c 12) " KITrENS--FREE TO GOOD HOME. Call cell phone 1-606- 210-3252. (CL-40nc3) In REWARD--Missing from Hart Pike Road. Female Boston Terrier, answers to "Tiily". Contact Stephanie Mann. 1-606-674-9859. (SM-40p2) I WOULD LIKE TO THANK everyone for their prayers, calls, visits, flowers, cards and other acts of kindness during my recent sur- gery. May God bless each of you. Hildreth Sexton (HS-40pl) In We thought of today. But that is nothing t We thought about day, We think of you in s We often Now all we And your Our memory is With which we'll God has you in his ! We have you in THE FAMILY OF Bobby S. Toy would like to thank everyone for the prayers, visits, cards, flowers, food and expressions of love and concern during his illness and death. Thanks to Richie Hunt Funeral Home, Rev. Lowell Rice, Rev. Jimmy Crouch, and Rev. Fred Wiles for their services. We will always remember the kind- ness and concern shown by every- one. God bless each and everyone of you. Bobby S. Toy Family fBTF-40pl) ATrENTION -- Anyone wish- ing to contribute to the upkeep of the Bailey Cemetery, contact Patty Everman, at 1-606-674-2857 or Glenda Wells, at 1-606-674-2898. (GW-39p3) # Keep Pleasure Ridge apartments. is a H.U.D. Section 202 capped or Disabled fers energy efficient, handicappecI accessible Must be 55 portunity. Office day, 9:00 to 3:00. t 800-247-2510. MENIFEE HOUSING PORATION does no of handicap lally assisted programs and activities. The Bath County News-Outlook is read by Everyone in Bath County 0000i!::0000i'00iliiiii00i:'00i!iiiiiiiiiiiii'00iiiiii00i':i::i','00'!:!00 I Open Sun., 9 a.m. to Red Night Dough Chicken Building Services Technician/Physcal Morehead State University invites applications for a Building Services Technician in the Office of Ph sponsibilities: The technician will ing and maintaining the facility. These duties of jobs. Strenuous physical activity, heavy and ladders are required. Qualifications: High school di four years general work experience. Abilit written and verbal instructions, sical Qualifications: Custodial experi r cial Information: Overtime may be required for s emergencies. A variety of locations, conditions, and dependent on assignment. Work may be seasonal University' schedule. Review of applications and will continue until position is filled. To ensure submit letter of application, resume', and references to: Human Resources, Attn: Bldg. Tech. #929 ty, HM 101, Morehead, KY 40351. To apply on-line, www.moreheadstate.edu/prospects/_iobapp, ht ml and flication materials. MSU is an EO/AA High Haven Estates East Hwy. 36, Owingsville, KY 40360 Building Lots Available. Some restrictions apply. Conveniently located within miles east of 1-64 off Exit 12 20 Minutes from Morehead 15 Minutes from Mt. SterliO00 Beautiful rolling countrysi00 with extraordinary views 5 to ? acres available to build your drea00 If interested call (606) 674-8127 or (606) Must see to a