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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 13, 2014 - 15 Photos by Cecil Lawson Many vendors and customers were on hand on Saturday, November 1, for a Holiday Bazaar at the Bath County Ag Center and at the Kentucky Market Pavilion. Locally produced arts, crafts, and jewelry were available to kick off the Christmas shop- ping season. illl n Lexie Craig and Andrew Coyle were chosen as the Johnny and Vanessa Martin were given the 2014 Years 2014 Senior and Junior 4-H members, of Service Award for their 10 years of service to 4-H. Wildcat Archery Club coach Tom Bradley, along with coaches Russell Purvis and Mark Crouch, was given the 2014 Meritorious Service Award for going "above and beyond" in their service to 4-H ' This past Sunday, Center. 4-H Agent Ter- the participation and ence Clemons proudly achievements of Bath led the ceremony and County 4-H members presented numerous and volunteers were rec- certificates and awards ognized and celebrated throughout the after- at their annual award noon. More awards banquet at the Bath will be included in next County Ag Education week's edition. COlvIMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COL, NTY1 CIRCUIT cLERK NOTICE OF FINAl. SETTI.EMENTS FILED IN BATH DISTRICT C()URT: Name of Estate:Wiilie Clay Sorrell r Name of Executor/Administration: ~, illimn Royse Date Filed: 10/09/2014 Any Exceptions to Final Settlements must be filed within 30 days from date said settlement was fried in Bath District Court. s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in Bath County New-Outlook 1 I. 13.14 T COMMONWEALTH OF KENTD CKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN GIGa.NTED BY THE BATH COUNTY DIS- TRICr COURT AND TIlE FOLLOWING FIDUCIARY APPOINTMENTS: Deceased: Henryetta qhomas Address: I70 Forest Ave., Sharpsburg, Ky 40374 Fiduciary: Jennifer ttagen Address: 1720 Weld Rd., Jeffersonville, Ky 40337 Date of Appointment: 10..28..2014 Creditors must tile claims by: Attorney: Elizabeth Davis Address: 9 N. Maysville St., RO. Box 390 Mt: Sterling, Ky 40353 Deceased:Sandra Louise Jones Address: 536 Springfield Rd., Sharpsburg, Ky 40374 Fiduciary: Cherronna Jones Address: 5408 Hawthorne Glen, Charleston, IN. 47111 D ate of Appoinmaent: 10- 14.. 14 Creditors must file claims by: ~,'ithin 6 months Attorney: John M. Hendrick Address: 51 S. Main St., Winchester, Ky 40391 Deceased: Rnth Edwin Address: Stulltown Rd., Owingsville, Ky 40360 Fiduciary: Jim Norwood, Agent lor Service Kim Hunt Price Address: 6910 Kleindale Axe., Cincinnati, Oh Serve thru Agent EO. Box 1189, Owingsville, Ky 4030 Date of Appointment: 10~21-1,1 Creditors nmst file claims by: within 6 months Attorney: Kim H. Price Address: PO Box 1189, Owingsville, Ky 40360 s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in the Bath County News.Outlook on 1 I. 13. 14 I Hunter Bradley, Andrew Coyle, and Taylor Thompson were recognized for this year's achievements as mem- bers of the 4-H Wildcat Archery Club for making it all the way to state competition and taking 1st place in 9 - 11 year old bowhunter division and 3rd place in 9 - 11 target division. Photos by Cecil Lawson Members of the Licking River Riders Gaited Drill Team were celebrated once again for winning this year's Na- tional Drill Team Championship. ORDINANCE # 2014-4 FIRST READING October 2, 2014 SECOND READING November 6, 2014 AN ORDINANCEOF THE CITY OF FRENcHBuRG LEVYING A' MOTER VEHICLE AND WATERCRAFT PROPERTY TAX RATE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015 WITHIN THE TAXING JURISDICTION OF THE CITY, A RATE OF 5.00 (5) CENTS ON EACH ONE HUNDRED ($100.00) D'OLL~.RS oF .CALENDAR YEAR 2015 ASSESSED VALUATION, SETTING THE DATE OF PAYMENT AND COLLECTION AGENT. PURSUANT TO KRS 132.487, BE IT ORDAINED BYTHE CITY OF FRENCHBURG, MENIFEE COUNTY; KEN'FUCKY AS FOLLOWS: SECTION ONE: Pursuant to KRS 132.487 and other applicable statutes, that for the purpose of support of the government of the City" of Frenchburg, there be levied a vehicle and watercraft tax of 5.00 (5) cents on each one hundred dollars ($100.00) of the calendar year 2015 assessed valuation of vehicles and watercrafts within the taxing jurisdiction of the City. SECTION TWO: 'Ihe assessment made by the Menifee County Tax Commissioner tor the state and county purposes is adopted as the City assessment. SECTION THREE: Tax bills will be the responsibility of the County Court Clerks' Office and will be collected by same. SECTION FOUR: 'lhe taxes levied and collected pursuant to the terms hereof shall be deposited in the general fimd of the City of Frenchburg and appropri- ated and used for the general operating expenses of the City. SECTION FIVE: All provisions or parts of ordinance in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. SECTION SIX: This ordinance shall become effective on the date of its passage ~fnd publication, as required by law. Edward Bryant N:~y~t Attest: Brenda Cross Published in the Menifee Courtly News Outlook on 11.13. I4 . ;..,.,.: ~- 'yr..--..~ ~ . V ~.q'l~~, ~ .'7 ' !;T g:: ':!;/~,:i"1 ~@,~ "' Lexne Cra=g was recogmzed ~t her numerous achnevq- ments nn w nnlng 14 blue rlb~ons at the Kentucky State Fair for photography and artwork, including two resewe champions and a Grand Champion. Arizona Copher and Kayla May were recognized as members of the Diamond H Saddle Club for winning big at district-wide horse shows and going all the way to state competition this year, ORDINANCE #2) 14-3 FIRST READING: October 2; .014 SECOND READING: November 6, 2014 AN ORDINANCE OF 'rile CITY OF FRENCHBURG LEVYING AD VALOI/EM TAX FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015 ON ALL REAL AND PERSONAL PROP- ERTY WITHIN TIlE TAXING JURISDICTION OF THE Cfl'Y, RATE OF 6.00 (6) CENTS ON EACH ONE HUNDRED ($100.001 DOLLARS OF FISCAL YEAR 2014 ASSESSED VAI.UATION. BE IT OR1)AINED BY TIlE CITY OF FRENCHBURG, MENIFEE COUNTY, KENTUCKY SECTION ONE: P~rsuemt to KRS 92:280 and other applicable statutes, that for the purpose of suppori of the government of the City of Frenchburg, there be and hereby are levidd ad valorem taxes at a rate of 6.00 (6) cents on each one hundred dollars ($100.00) of Fiscal Year 2014 assessed valuation of all taxable property within the taxing jurisdiction of the City,. SECTION TWO: The assessment made by the County Tax Conmfis- sioner for the state and county purposes is adopted as the City assessment. SECTION TtlREE: The City Clerk is authorized to collect said taxes; The City of Frenchburg has a lien on all property upon which ad valorem tax& are hereby levied, and fi)r all penalties, fees and other expenses including court cost and attorney fees incurred by reason of any delinquency in payment of such taxes, or in process of collection them and such lien has propriety over all other obligat:ions and liabilities tbr whicta the i~roperty is liable. SECTION FOUR: A penalty of 10% (ten percent) of the tax due is im- ~used on all taxes not paid by March I, 2015. 'lhe taxes levied and collected pursuant o the terms hereof shall be deposited in the general fund of the City of Frenchburg and appropriated arid used fi)r the general operating expenses of the City. SECTION F1VE: All provisions or parts of ordinance in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. SECI'ION SIX: This ordinance shall become ettective on the date of its passage and publication, as required by law. Edward Bryant Mayor Attest: Brenda Cross City Clerk Publishedi. the Menifee Cnmfty News Outlook on I 1.13. 14