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/ .o e Bath County News-Outlook December 2003 an opaque sealed envelope, "SEALED BID FOR COUNTY WATER DIS- and showing the name address of the Bidder and by the bid security other required documents. If by mail, the sealed must be addressed to County Water District, 21 Street, Salt Lick, 40371, Attn: Mitchell Chairman. Bidder may withdraw his bid a period of ninety (90) days set for the opening of Bids may be withdrawn in prior to the closing date of bids. >roposals for the Contract dearly marked on the out- of the envelope as follows: 16 - Water Lines & 17- Steel Water Storage Lined Water Storage not to be opened until 19, 2003, 2:00 p.m. time)". , bids shall be accompanied by :bid guarantee of not less than (5%) percent of the base bid A 100 percent perfor- bond and payment bond i be required of the low bidder, shall submit qualifica- list of materials and equip- and list of subcontractors the Bid Proposal. bid received after the time specified shall not be and will be returned , the bidder. Contractor's attention is to the fact that any contract under this Advertisement r Bids is expected to be funded i Rural Development. performed by contrac- project is sub- to the minimum wage rate by the U.S. Depart- of Labor under the provi- Davis-Bacon Act. must comply with the Executive Order Nos. 11375, which prohibit in employment re- race, creed, color, sex, national origin. Where the Executive Order No. 1246 is shown, Executive Order 11375 also applies. must certify that they do t'antf will not maintainc pro= their employees any facil- that are segregated or based race, color, creed, sex, age, or LOST & FOUND STATEWIDES Bath County Water District ' consider informal any bid not submitted in accor- with the provisions of this and/or the specifi- and may waive any infer- reject any and all bids, be made to the lowest, responsible bidder. County Water District. ) ORDINANCE #17-2003 ordinance setting the property for the calendar year 2003 City Council of the City of Kentucky, does or- to authority granted it Kentucky revised statutes, City Council of Owingsville, does hereby set the fol- tax rate for the calendar , to wit: The sum of 24.2 oents per assessed valuation on all (real estate), assess- date being January 1, 2003. The sum of 24.2 cents per on all personal property, assess- A g January 1, 2003. discount of 2 (percent) will be on all tax bills paid on or January 6, 2004. All tax bills not paid on or February 6, 2004, will delinquent on February 7, CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE is Monday at 5 p.m. 1BMI,L]t Call 674-2181 for assistance 2004. All delinquent bills will bear a penalty of 6 (percent) from February 7, 2(X)4. All delinquent bills will bear a 10 (percent) inter- est per annum from March 7, 2004. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force immediately after its adoption and publication as required by law. Enacted the 1 st Day of December, 2004 Don Kincaid, Mayor ATIEST: Faye Davis, City Clerk First Reading: 10-13-03 Second Reading: 12-1-03 Published: 12-4-03 A special called meeting/public hearing was held on December 1, 2003, at 7 p.m. Norman Crouch, Nay Nancy Purvis, Yea Doug Jones, Yea Bob Ray, Yea Charles Taylor, Yea Roberta Bashford, Nay (COO-19cl) LOST--In Olympia area, female goal white with brown head, yel- low ear tag, 674-6529. (MV- 19p 1) REWARD -- For information leading to the arrest of persons taking a 1979 black Silverado truck, 4x4, from Jeff Porter on White Oak Road, 11-10, 11-11, possibly taken by a white wrecker. Call 674-3953, or contact KSP. (JP-17p3) LOOKING FOR 1987 BCHS Yearbook. Call Jennifer Kemp, 674.2328. (JK-19p2) DAILIES PLEASE RUN ON SUN- DAY! AUCTIONS REAL ESTATE AUCTION-Fri. Dec, 5-Franklin, KY 12.72 acres, multi-pur- pose, heavy industrial. 2 tracts - 800-808- 7876 Ron Kirby, Inc. Ron Kirby, Jr. Auctioneer. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RE. SEMINAR BUSINESS AVAIL- ABLE. Need Associate with Speaking or Training Skills $50K to $100K yr. Plus stock options. Training provided. $10.000 Start up cost. Call Mr. Lawrence (954) 781-0700. 7091 www.GlobalGIo.com. CAREER TRAINING AND EDU- CATION FOR YOUTH 16-24! Receive career training, your Mgh school diploma or GED. and help finding a job at the new Job Corps. No tuition. Housing, meals and health care provided. Ages 16 - 24. Call (866) 562-2677. MEDICAL/MEDICAL SUPPLIES DO YOU HAVE DIABETES? Tired of out of pocket expenses? WE CAN HELP! Free Monitor! Free Syringe Program! Free Delivery! Better Health Options. 1-800-261-1454. REAL ESTATE/REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LAKEFRONT LOG HOME 2 Acres/I,600 Ft. $6%900. 1,600 Sq. ft. Lakefmnt Log Home Pkg & 2 Acres " on Lake Cumberland, Wooded w/grff views. 800-770-9311 Ext. 996. LAND WANTED 50-5000 acres for residential, recreational use. Lakefront/waterfront land. Existing or platted subdivisions. Large acreage Wacts willing to buy all or a portion. Please con- tact today: Waters-Edge Properties, Incorporated 11130 Kingston Pike, Suite 1-110, Knoxville, TN 37922 Toll free 1- 800-929-0671 or (865) 966-8756-fax. E- mail: h2osedge@tds.net, www.watersedge properties.com NEW 1600 sq. ft. Log Cabin shell with lake access & free boat slip on 35,000 acre take in Tennessee Mils. $89,900. Terms 800-704-3154 ext. 544 Sunset Bay, LLC> SPORTING/SPORTING GOODS COME HOME TO CHERRY BLOS- SOM VILLAGE in Georgetown! Enjoy Beautiful views, Interstate convenience, ChampionsMp Croft and Quaint Restaurant dining. Memberships and homasites info 502-570-9849! TRUCK DRIVERS HELP WANTED 16-DAY CAREER TRAINING-DRI- VER TRAINEES WANTED! CLASS- A CDL & Refresher Training. Nationwide Job IPlacement Assistance. Companies Hiring, Offering Tuition Reimbursement. 1-800-883-0171. Mt. Stealing, KY. DELTAACADEMY.COM CDL-A DRIVERS: Minimum 3 Months Experience. *Teams Runs to West Coast *Late Model Equipment *Great Pay Miles & Benefits. Call Steve Mox Trucking. Ask for Marci. 1-800-253-5148. DRIVER-KNIGHT TRANSPORTA- TION-A Mid-Siz Company with a Small Company Feel!! Call Amy, Jay, Travis 888-346-4639 www.knighttrans.com DRIVER TRAINEES NO EXPERI- ENCE NEEDED! Average $600- $900/week! Home often, Full benefits, Trainee pay available. Immediate openings SWIFT Transportation 1-877443-8289. DRIVER-COVENANT TRANS- PORT. Teams and Solos check out our new pay plan. Ask about our Northeast regional fleet. Owner Operators, Experienced Drivers, Solos, Teams and Graduate Students. Call 1-888-MORE- PAY (1-888-667-3729). DRIVER/OWNER OPERATOR: Up to $2500 Sign-On Bonus! Flatbed. Owner Operator (Discount Parts & Service), Company, and Lease Purchase. Great Pay, company pay raised from $.40 to $.43. Owner Opermors pay raised from $.85 to $.88! Call now! 1-800-441-4953 www.heartlandexpress.com O/O's p to $1.60 a mile for Tractors and $1.15 for Straight trucks. Up to $3000 Sign-On Bonus!! Call Tri-State Expedited 888-320-5424. OWNER OPERATORS AND COM- EDUCATIONAL TRAINING .Bonuses & Hometime! Boyd Bros. 888- PANTY DRIVER TEAMS and solos EARN .DgGRgg-Onlin from-,;,,617.7898 ...... . ....  ..... .....  w[$up  $!500 Si s. i, Business, ParalgaL aad, ,;3,000 ;ign  w/, _ Car, at home tin,,ad Fle fo s! more. Financial Aid, job placement assis- yr. flatbed experience. Top Pay, Excellent opetmors can eft-zu/-: v. c mpany tance and computer provided. Call free (866) 858-2121 or www.Tidewater TechOnline.com EQUIPMENT FOR SALE SAWMILL $3895. NEW SUPER LUMBERMATE 2000. Larger capaci- ties, options. ATV accessories, edgers & skidders, www.norwoodindustries.com, Norwood Industries, 252 Sonwil Drive, Buffalo, NY 14225. Free Information 1- 800-578-1363 ext300-N. FOR SALE A NEW COMPUTER-BUT NO CASH? You're APPROVED- Guaranteed*No Credit Check-Bad Credit Okay*Checking Account Required 1-800- 418-3873, www.pc4sure.com ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS Display Homes Wanted for Vinyl Siding Replacement Windows. No Payments Until 2004. Payments Starting at $89.00 per month. All Credit Qualifies. Call 1- 800-251-0843. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL FREE DVD PLAYER while supplies last w/purchase of Wolff Tanning Bed. Payments from $25/mouth. FREE color catalog 1-888- 839-5160. FREE 3 ROOM DIRECTV SYS- TEM INCLUDING INSTALLATION! FREE 3 MONTH I-IBO (7 movie chan- nels) w/subscription. Access 225+ TV Channels. Digital quality picture&ound. Limited offer. Details 1-800-208-4617. HELP WANTED Aq[TENTION: Computer help wanted. Earn up to $25-$75 per hour. 1-888-230- In the factoly, we put each Tempsta I urrrs  t0ost quat, t to som %,lllffilm ` d rial o0erat A we t)ack our r'I,I air condiom with some of Ihe most 111../ exceptnal warranties *n the business, llllll Decaled craftsmen make sure your I Tempstar air condit,oer Ioerates pui I eta/and I,ats odiag va I elto/ and that can trarslate rote  after year SJBlltll There's a Tempstat air conditioner that's al for yOU, SO call today! Tempstar. Oualily you can feela ii See Miller Heating and Air, Inc. Your Tempstar Dealer Call 674-6855 or 674-2945 WRITER WANTED is in need of a com- energetic and positive person, to work full- as a writer/photographer to do feature stories, rews stones and take pictures. Applicant must have be willing to work flexible in the communi Send resumd Bath County News-Outlook P.O. Box 577 KY 40360. Hometime, Full Benefits, Direct Deposit Assigned Conventional drive home. 800- 441-4271 ext.-ET135. DRIVERS BE HOME TWICE A WEEK AND WEEKENDS. W.V.T is seeking Exp'd Flatbed drivers. 33 cpm, Avg. $750-$800 wldy. Top Benefits, Conventional equipment. 800-246-6305. DRIVERS: CFI HAS NEW PAY PLAN! 3-6 mos. exp. $.28/cpm; 6-12 mos. exp. $.30/Clm; 1 yr. + $.32/cpm. Also, New Lease Purchase Plan w/S0 Down!! 1- 800-CFI-DRIVE, www.cfidrive.com DRIVERS-Owner Operators Only! RUN MIDWEST ONLY. Plenty of freight. Good home time. Talk with one of our OO's or Call For Dels! 1-888-446-4642 TransCorr. LLC. Indianapolis, IN FLATBED OWNER OPERATORS: Hot oppommities now available! Cargo & liability insurance furnished, We offer: Comdata fuel card, home weekends by choice, weekly settlements & direct deposit, permits furnished and much more! call 888-999-7576. OWNER/OPERATORS needed with flatbed experience. Dedicated, short. regional & long haul available from your area. Home weekends. Recruiter on duty, call 1-800-828-6452. W.T.I. Transport. STAR TRANSPORT NEEDS... Inexperienced Drivers. Home most week- ends, Peterbuilt Tracks, Shared Tuition. Food and Lodging provided. Star Training provided through MTC Driver Training. 1- 800-455-4682 www.mtcdriver training .corn Clark Energy pre- pared for severe weather By: Overt L. Carroll Winter is approaching quickly, and with winter comes all the Call 877-444-0192. HEARTLAND EXPRESS announces uncertainty surrounding snow and a ay rai of 3 cents for all drivers. Top ice storms. NOTICE OF ENACTMENT AND SUMMARY OF BOND ORDI- NANCE ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, AUTHORIZING AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF $553,000 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF CITY OF OWlNGSVlLLE WATER AND SEWER REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2003 FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING HE COST (NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED) OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF EXTENSIONS, ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EXISTING COMBINED AND CONSOLIDATED WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM OF SAID CITY; SETTING FORTH TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH SAID BONDS MAY BE ISSUED AND OUTSTANDING; PROVIDING FOR THE COLLECTION, SEGRE- GATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE REVENUES OF SAID COMBINED AND CONSOLIDATED WATER AND SEWER SYS- TEM; AND PROVIDING FOR AN ADVERTISED, PUBLIC, COM. PETITIVE SALE OF SAID BONDS. As required by KRS 83A.060(9), I hereby cery that an Ordinanc hearing the above title was given first reading (by Title and Summary) by the City Council of the City of Owingsville, Kentucky, at a duly convened meeting of said City Council held on September 8, 2003, and was given second reading (by Tle and Summary) and enacted by said City C, ounol at a duly convened meeting held on October 13, 2(X)3, and that the following is a Summary of such Ordinance prepared by W. Randall Jones, of the finn of Rubin & Hays, Attorneys at Law, Louisville, Kantucky. (Sned W. RandaU Jones) SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE Said Ordinance auffdzes the issuance of $553,000 of City of Owtngsville Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2003 (the "Bonds', for the purpose of financing the cost (not otherwise provided) of the cons of the Project referred to in said title; authorizes inter- im financing to pay the costs of said Project pending the issuance of the Bonds; designated Engineers for the Project and the depositow bank of the proceeds of the Bonds and of certain funds to be maintained in the Bonds, an Operation and Maintenance Fund, and a Depreciation Fund )rovides that said Bonds are secured by a pledge of the gross revenues of the System; established the method of payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds, and the conditions and restrictions for the issuance of bonds ranking on a panty with the Bonds; provides certain covenants of the City for the further protection of the holders of the Bonds, including covenants as to compliance with the Internal Revenue Code; and prescribes terms and conditions upon which bids will be received for th purcha of the Bonds. A copy of the full text of said Ordinance is available for public inspec- tion during regular business hours, Monday through Friday. (Signed) Faye Davis, City Clerk, City of Owingsville, Kentucky 40360. (COO-18C2) Q? B-19 Who could forget last February's ice storm that left more than 100,000 central Kentucky resi- dents without power? While here at Clark Energy we can cross our fingers that we'll never feel the effects of such a storm this winter, we know that in the event of severe weather, our preparation will restore lostower as quieldy as possible. ............... Should severe weather strike our community, Clark Energy's staff will work around the clock to make sure everyone's power is restored as quickly as possible. We, along with other co-ops, are dedicated to sharing linemen, trucks, equipment and time in the event of a major outage. Together, we can get your power back on in a timely manner. Preventing major power outages involves planning and year-round preparation. That's why Clark Energy's staff participates in train- ing exercises and implements an effective fight-of-way mainte- nance program to keep lines clear of potentially damaging limbs and branches. When we see a problem, we eliminate it. Primary right-of- ways are cleared on a cycle with herbicides, trimming and mow- ing. Should our area be affected by severe weather, you can be pre- pared as well. Make sure you have a back-up telephone that doesn't rely on elec- tricity. Keep emergency phofie ammbe, including numbers .for Gtark ,,Energy, :'emerge response agencies, and police and fire departments. Also, keep a bat- te-operated radio and flashlights on hand with extra batteries. Here at Clark Energy, we know we can't control the weather, but we can be prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws at us. Our ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2003, 1:30 P.M. In order to settle the Estate of Dora Mae Burden, we will sell six (6) lots and certain persona! property on the premises Iocatedd in Sherbume, Kentucky. Household and Personal Prortv Small Kenmore refrigerator, deep freeze, metal lawn chairs, 3 vent heaters, metal shelves, plastic wash tub, kerosene heater, small box lots, small amount of hand tools and farm items. Antiques: Allen Princess wood cook stove, Sun 50 coal laundry stove, Singer treadle sewing machine, quilts, Speed Queen wringer washer, 2 iron beds, dresser with mirror, dressing table, desk, old wooden wheel- chair, graniteware, whatnots and iron skillets. Real' Estate Six (6)lots: 1 lot with 2 story frame house and outbuildings 1 lot with 1-1/2 story frame house 1 lot with one (1) room.building 1 lot with ham, shed and shop 1 lot unimproved ,1 river lot containing 3.63 acres 1032 pounds (2003 basic quota) tobacco base will be sold separately immediately prior to the sale of the real estate. The real estate will be sold starting at 2:00 p.m. REAL ESTATE SALETERMS: 10% of purchase price paid the day of sale with the balance due on or before thirty (30) days from date of sale. All announcements day of sale take precedence over all advertisements. All real estate lots have been surveyed and all deeds will contain the new surveyed description. Patrick E. Price Executor of Dora Mae Burden Estate Suit, McCartney & Price, PLLC 207 Court Square Flemingsburg, KY 41041 (606) 849-2338 Anthony L. Marshall, Broker & Auctioneer Fleming County Real Estate & Auction Service 609 Elizaville Road Flemingsburg, KY 41041 (606) 845-5671 SMPtgcl