Classifieds: April 14, 2011 edition

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATV, Boat and Snowmobile Owners! You can now renew your Colorado OHV registrations on line at: www.parks.state.co.us
The Rio Blanco Herald Times accepts all major credit cards. You can fax your classified ad or subscription to (970)878-4016 or e-mail to: deb@theheraldtimes.com
RIO BLANCO Masonic Lodge #80 meets 2nd and 4th Thursday, 7:00pm, at 7th and Park, Meeker.
Driver License Office hours: Meeker open 1st, 3rd & 5th Fridays of the month, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Rangely open 2nd & 4th Friday of the month, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Craig open full-time Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
SAFEHOUSE If you are being abused physically or mentally, you can call SAFEHOUSE for confidential shelter and help. 878-3131.
Rangely Victim Services An open door for the protection and care of abused and battered persons. Non-emergency call 629-5729. Emergencies call 911. Providing assistance for victims of violent crimes.
AA & Al-Anon Meetings – Rangely Alcoholics Anonymous – Open meetings Tues & Thurs, 7 p.m., 115 Kennedy Dr., St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Rangely. Al-Anon meets Monday, 8:15 p.m., 207 S. Sunset, 1st Baptist Church, Rangely. Al-Anon info call 970-629-5064 or 970-629-2970.
Meeker Cat Coalition accepting cat food or monetary donations for spay/neuter and health care. Donations may be left at the Vet Clinic in Meeker or call 878-3560 or 878-4429 for more information.
Rangely Rockcrawling & 4 Wheel Drive group in Rangely meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Rio Blanco Water Users Building on Hwy. 64 at 7 p.m.
VFW Post 5843 and Ladies Auxiliary monthly meetings are now held at Kilowatt Korner in Meeker: VFW Post 5843 – 6:30 p.m. 2nd Monday. Ladies Auxiliary -5:30 p.m., 2nd Thursday.
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) meeting, open to anyone with a child 0-5 years, Grace Baptist Church, Rangely, first Thursday of every month, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Info. (970)675-8807.
P90X, Insanity, TurboJam – the results are real. Buy programs and products and get personal help getting fit from your LOCAL Independent Beachbody Coaches: Pat, www.fit444.com or call 970-948-7617. Caitlin, www.beachbodycoach.com/purerose313 or call 970-629-1178.
MEEKER LIONS CLUB BINGO 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, Dinner 6 p.m. – BINGO 6:30 p.m. RBC Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. Progressive Bingo Concessions & Dinner Available. Meeker Streaker available for transportation to Bingo, call 942-7125.
Veterans Service Offices Rio Blanco County: Veterans Service Officer – Joe Dungan, Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., County Administration Building, 200 Main Street Suite 300, Meeker. 878-9690 office, 878-3219 home. Fax 878-9581. Rangely: Veterans Service Officer – Norman Hall, Sr., Tuesday and Thursday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., County Annex, 17497 State Hwy 64, Rangely. 878-9695 office, 629-9767 home.
MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP Support group for family members and friends of adult mental health clients and persons dealing with mental illness meets at 7 p.m. the last Tuesday of every month at 130 Pinyon Circle in Rangely. Info., contact Linda (970)629-9470.
Alcoholics Anonymous Mon. 8 p.m., Weds. 7 p.m., Fri. 7 p.m. St. James Church – enter from back parking lot, meetings are downstairs in Richards Hall, 4th & Park, Meeker 878-4158, 878-5919, 878-5636. Alanon Thurs. 7 p.m. 878-5655.
RADINO & CHUCKWAGON – Please call before 9:00 a.m. day of meal 878-5627 or 675-8112 Senior Citizen Nutrition Program Meals served at noon. Suggested Donation Over 60- $2.50. Under 60 – Guest Fee $7. Children under 12 – Guest Fee $3.00. Menu subject to change. FRIDAY, APR. 15: CHUCKWAGON CLOSED – Meeker Rec Center Spring Fling. 11:30 a.m. lunch served. Entertainment. MONDAY, APR. 18: Spaghetti and meatballs, green beans, spinach salad, applesauce/berry mold. Cal:752, Pro:36, Fat:20, Car:112, Cho:95, Sod:1401. TUESDAY, APR. 19: 5:30 p.m. meal. Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, layered salad, pears. Cal:890, Pro:48, Fat:35, Car:94, Cho:124, Sod:1092. WEDNESDAY, APR. 20: Sloppy Joes on a bun, French onion bake, pickled beets, peaches. Cal:660, Pro:37, Fat:22, Car:81, Cho:83, Sod:814. FRIDAY, APR. 22: Easter – Sliced turkey, dressing, turkey gravy, peas & onions, apricots. Cal:693, Pro:48, Fat:14, Car:96, Cho:95, Sod:817.
All women are invited to attend the Meeker United Methodist Women’s 2011 Friendship Tea, Monday, April 18, 6:45 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, 8th and Park, Meeker. Please call Susie Eggebraten 878-5996 or Jan Hayes 878-4359, if you have a talent to share.
PISTOL RIVER LEATHER – I will be attending the Colorado Saddle Makers Spring Clinic in Grand Junction this weekend, April 15-16. “So what if there is a mountain get over it! 785 Park Avenue, 878-4346, www.pistolriverleather.com
Third Thursday ART WALK in downtown Meeker EVERYONE WELCOME! April 21 from 4 to 7 p.m. featuring the Meeker Elementary Marimba Band at 5:30 p.m. Call Pete at 878-5002 or Fawn Creek Gallery 878-0955.
There will be a memorial parade for Elliott Burke, husband of Janice Burke, Sat. April 16 at 12:30 p.m.. Those wishing to participate should meet at White River Market prior to the start. The parade will end at 1p.m. at the Rangely Cemetery. The National Guard and Rangely police dept. will be in attendance. Elliott will be honored with a 21 gun salute at the cemetery.
MEEKER COMMUNITY GOOD FRIDAY AND EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES 2011. Stations of the Cross Good Friday, April 22 at Noon County Courthouse. Easter Sunday Sunrise Services 6:15 a.m. Meeker High School Starbuck Stadium. Services presented by Meeker Ministerial Alliance Churches.

AUCTIONS

Country Moving Auction, Saturday, April 16, 10 a.m., 34475 Highway 13 North, Craig, Colorado. 4 tractors – 2 with loaders, 2003 PT Cruiser, 1994 10-yd. pup dump box, farm attachments, log splitter, horse drawn buggy – nice, flatbed, sleigh, yard art, etc., 2 mules, 1 donkey, 5 sets pony harnesses, saddles, tack, hay, hay feeder, fencing, hand & power tools, air compressor, ladders, guns, 20 pieces nice antique furniture, primitives, yard art, patio sets, computer, beds, table, chairs with china, pots – pans, etc., and more. Owner Joe Reece. For more info., call Steve Claypoole, CP Auction Service, (970)260-5577. See web: cpauction.com “Call me about a sale for you!”
Consignment Auction, Saturday, April 30, 10 a.m., Garfield County Fairgrounds, Rifle. Household, antique and collectables, power tools, 18 ft. trailer. To consign or info. (970)283-5416 and (970)571-1608. Silver Nickel Auction, Ralph Fritzlan Auctioneer, Web Page: Silvernickelauction.com
FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION Saturday, April 23, 10:30 a.m. 16482 East 6000 South, Avalon, Utah (7 miles south of Hwy. 40 between Vernal & Roosevelt) 1982 JD 8650 4WD tractor, 2007 JD 7830 4WD tractor w/746 loader & duals, JD4250 tractor, JD 2440 tractor, JD 2010 tractor, two Vermeer 2800 V-rakes – 2007 models, extra heavy duty hydraulic chute, two 40 ft. hay trailers, JD 235 disc, JD 16 ft. Cultipacker, Hardi 3 pt. sprayer, welders, ranch trucks, Eversman landplane, 1977 F9000 tandem truck w/26 ft. rollback bed, 1978 C-50 grain truck w/20 ft. bed & hoist, 20 ft. gooseneck flatbed trailer, Ghel grinder, two 8-inch grain augers – 42 ft. & 32 ft., other misc. equipment & tools not listed. For more info., call Bryce Purkey at (435)545-2430. Checks over $10,000 need bank letter of credit.

APPLIANCES

Brand new, still in box, 3 ft. tall small refrigerators $100/ea. and microwaves $50/ea. 878-5031.
Kenmore washer/dryer set, heavy duty, good condition, $400 OBO. Whirlpool upright freezer, excellent condition, $350. 878-3111.

FARM & RANCH

Kid’s paint pony, 13.1 hands, 12 years old, sorrel and white, $500 OBO. Contact Mandy at (970)756-2039 or (970)878-5006 evenings.
Pasture for 3-4 horses at Hwy. 13 & RBC 15. 878-5191.
Wanted pasture for 5 head of horses. Preferably not irrigated or drylot just to hold them while we feed hay. (406)992-0823.
WANTED: Pasture to rent or lease in the Meeker area for 6 pair and a bull for the 2011 season. Call Rich Ellsworth 878-5318.
2000 Featherlite 24 ft. aluminum stock trailer, excellent condition, 2 divider doors & 3 slider doors. 2007 JD diesel Gator. 314-5072 or 314-5023.
Queen bed, cherry wood, mission style, $250. Fancy wrought iron twin bed, $250. Floral pattern couch, $50. 878-3867 or 878-3424.

GUNS

Concealed carry class Saturday, May 7, 10 a.m. in Dinosaur, Colo. Certified NRA instructor. $60/person. Contact information (970)629-3959.
Loading components: 1000 Winchester shotgun primers. .30 (.308) bullets, 110 and 125 gr. 878-3228.
Springfield Armory XD .45 ACP, very limited usage, $500. (970)846-5512.

HUNTING

Responsible, respectful hunters from Minnesota looking to purchase ranch hunting rights for elk and/or mule deer for the 2011 season. We are self-sufficient and would not need guides, lodging or food. Please contact Troy (218)230-3371 or Sean (612)770-2021 or email: ausmus23@msn.com Thanks!

LAWN & GARDEN

T.J.’s Lawn Care – small tree removal, yard cleanup, cheapest rates in Rangely. Office: (970)675-2126 Cell: (970)589-6527.

MISCELLANEOUS

ASK ABOUT OUR CNC MACHINING Can’t get a metal part? We can make all kinds of parts. We have CNC Machine equipment, lathe and tooling to do the job. Contact Phil at Family Automotive and Machine. (970)878-5606.

PETS

Miniature Old English Bulldog puppies, males & females available, ready 4/16, $800 each. Jamie 878-3779.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Ellen Robinson Photography – Complete High School Senior Portrait Package $200. Weddings, Families, Special Occasions. Invitations & photos on CD available Web site: www.erphoto8.com Call 878-3621 for appointment.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

The Range Call Committee is looking for two individuals interested in helping with the Range Call Royalty. Responsibilities include: organizing clinics, tryouts, traveling with Royalty if needed, and helping with scheduling events that are required or other events the Royalty choose to attend. If you are interested in this volunteer position or assisting with other aspects of the Range Call Celebration, please plan to attend our meetings, which are held the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Fairgrounds Kitchen.

YARD SALES

WEEKLY MOVING SALE Thursday through Saturday 2:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. (April 7 through May 12) 12th and Market Streets, Unit 21, Meeker.
268 Garfield (Meeker): Saturday, 4/16 & Sunday, 4/17, 8 a.m. to ?? WEATHER PERMITTING. Some tools, gun stuff and lots of misc.
760 Water St. – in the alley (Meeker): Saturday, April 16, 9 a.m. to ?? HUGE PRE-MOVING SALE. Indoors. After you’ve been to the Health Fair stop by — lots of stuff!

HELP WANTED – FULL TIME

Aquatics Coordinator. ERBM Recreation & Park District is now accepting applications from qualified applicants to fill the Aquatics Coordinator position. Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting Aquatic Management in developing and executing water-related programs and activities, pool maintenance, guarding and supervision of aquatic personnel. The position is full time with full benefits. Applicant must be 18 years of age or older, and be available days, nights, weekends and holidays. Preference will be given to applicants with Lifeguard, Aquatics Facility Operator and Water Safety Instructor certifications. Applications will be accepted until 4 p.m., Friday, April 29. A completed ERBM Recreation & Park District job application is required for consideration and should be returned to: ERBM Recreation & Park District, Attn: Human Resources, 101 Ute Rd., Meeker, CO 81641. ERBM Recreation & Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are available at the Meeker Recreation Center and online www.MeekerRecDistrict.com. Complete job description is available upon request. If you need a particular accommodation with the application process, please call (970)878-3403.

HELP WANTED – GENERAL

Relief Cook – Rio Blanco County is currently accepting applications for a relief cook for the senior nutrition program in Meeker. $10.16/hr. To apply, submit a completed Rio Blanco County application to the HR Department at P.O. Box i, Meeker, CO 81641, 970-878-9570. Applications can be obtained from the HR Department or from our website at www.co.rio-blanco.co.us/personnel. Open until filled. Announcement # 1108. EOE.
Wanted: Mystery/Secret shoppers to conduct evaluations in the towns Dinosaur and Rangely. If you are interested please contact Shannon Scarberry at shannon.scarberry@intelli-shop.com or call 877.894.6349. To learn more about mystery shopping or our company, please visit www.intelli-shop.com
Coaching Vacancy The Meeker Re-1 School District is seeking qualified applicants to serve as head wrestling coach at Meeker High School for the 2011/2012 season. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, a completed coaching application, and resume to the Meeker School District office. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications can be picked up at the District Office located at 555 Garfield Street. The Meeker Re-1 School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

HELP WANTED – PART TIME

WEED CONTROL SECRETARY – Rio Blanco County is currently seeking applicants for an 8hr/wk position (4hrs Mon & Thur) at the Weed Department in Meeker. Position requires experience using Quickbooks software. Must have mathematical and people skills. $13.38/hr. To apply, submit a completed RBC application to the HR Dept at P.O. Box i, Meeker, CO 81641. Applications can be picked up at the HR Dept or downloaded from our website at www.co.rio-blanco.co.us/personnel. For information call (970) 878-9570. Deadline: April 25, 2011. Announcement #1107. EOE.

HELP WANTED – SEASONAL

Town of Rangely Seasonal Summer Help Positions Opening The Town of Rangely will be hiring seasonal workers for the following departments: Public Works, Gas Department, Building & Grounds and Water Departments. Duties include but are not limited to the following: outside landscaping, maintenance, and a variety of other light duties depending on the department. Applications may be picked up at the Town of Rangely, 209 E. Main, Rangely, CO 81648. Deadline for submitting an application is May 13, 2011.
The ERBM Recreation & Park District is hiring for softball and baseball umpires for the summer season. Pay is per game and mainly nights and weekend hours. Please contact the Meeker Recreation Center at 878-3403. EOE.
Seasonal Park Laborer positions. ERBM Recreation & Park District is now accepting applications from qualified applicants to fill Seasonal Park Laborer positions. Candidates with horticulture and irrigation training or experience are encouraged to apply. Duties include maintaining the District properties using manual labor and grounds maintenance equipment. Applicants must be 16 years of age or older. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in the use of grounds maintenance equipment and who are able to work 40 hours per week, begin work mid-May, and work weekends when needed, through the end of summer. Starting pay rate is $10 per hour. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. A completed ERBM Recreation & Park District job application is required for consideration and should be returned to: ERBM Recreation & Park District, Attn: Human Resources, 101 Ute Rd., Meeker, CO 81641. ERBM Recreation & Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you need a particular accommodation with the application process, please call 970-878-3403.
Temporary Summer Help Wanted The Town of Meeker is accepting applications for a person (5 days a week, 8 hours a day position) from May through August to work in the parks, irrigating, weeding and other duties as assigned. Must hold valid driver(s license and be 16 years or older. Applications and further information are available at Town Hall, 345 Market Street, Meeker, CO 81641 or requested by telephone (970)878-5344. Application forms will be faxed upon request. Applications must be received at Town Hall no later than April 21, 2011 at 4:30 P.M. Pay $12.00 per hour. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

WORK WANTED

DIAZ STUCCO – Licensed and insured. Complete stucco, stone and drywall. Remodels and new homes. (970)778-9032 or (970)986-2320.

REAL ESTATE – HOMES MEEKER

1452 Mountain View Rd, Sage Hills: 3600 sq. ft., 4 BDR, 3 BA, office, great room, rec/theater room, work shop, 3 car garage. Virtual tours and more details at www.WesternSlopeFSBO.com and www.meekercolorado.com. Price lowered to $435,000. (970)243-7083.
FSBO: Great family home with 2,570+ SF, 5 BDR, 2.75 BA, fenced yard. 733 9th St. Price reduced to $238,000. View at: www.westernslopefsbo.com Shown by appt. 878-5114.

LAND/LOTS

RANGELY, COLORADO Property located in west Rangely on Highway 64. 3.47 acres zoned commercial (platted); 1.77 acres zoned residential (platted); 18.97 acres zoned mixed residential. Priced separate or as complete package. Contact Western United Realty in Craig, Colorado (970)824-3202.
NOW AVAILABLE: 6 Commercial/Industrial lots across the street from Redi Services on County Rd. 15, Meeker from 2.5 acre to 5 acre lots in Liberty Industrial Park. Serious investors only. Please call Randy at (970)878-4077.

RENTALS – MEEKER

For Rent/Sale/Trade: Very nice 4 BDR, 2.5 BA home in Central Business District of Meeker. Prior bank facility converted to residential, great commercial potential, corner lot, big kitchen, huge living room, fireplace, new finishes through-out, 3,900+ sq. ft. plus double storage facility. 290 4th St. $1,500/month. Price $390,000. Will trade for property in Grand Junction-Montrose areas. Will consider lease with option to buy. See www.westernfsbo.com for pictures. Call Brady Ross for appt. (970)620-5411 or email bkross290@msn.com.
680 Water Street 2 BDR, 1 BA, Rent & Lease Terms Negotiable. Storage Units also available for tenants. No Pets. (970) 878-5187
3 BDR townhouse with covered deck, fully remodeled, no smoking, all appliances including washer & dryer, no pets. Covered parking. References required. Rent reduced to $700/month + $800 damage deposit. Available now. (970)379-3941 or (970)878-5486.
2 BDR townhouse with covered deck, new carpet & laminate flooring, new paint, no smoking, all appliances including washer & dryer, no pets. Covered parking. References required. Rent reduced to $550/month + $650 damage deposit. Available now. (970)379-3941 or (970)878-5486.
The former BLM Building west of Meeker is for rent. The building consists of approximately 10,000 square feet of office space. Interested parties may contact the Meeker Re-1 School District Superintendent at 878-9040 for more information.
[PUT BOX AROUND AD] Apartment for rent, 2 BDR, 1 BA, furnished, utilities included, above restaurant. No smoking, no pets. $800/month. 878-4141 or 878-4198 leave message.
2 BDR apartment with fenced yard. 2 bedroom apartment – furnished. Small cabin – utilities paid, $300/mo. (970)878-3363, leave message.
3 BDR townhouse, covered patio, all appliances including washer & dryer, no smoking, no pets. References required. $600/month + $750 damage deposit. Available now. (970)379-3941 or (970)878-5486.
2 BDR townhouse, covered patio, all appliances including washer & dryer, no smoking, no pets. References required. Rent reduced to $525/month + $650 damage deposit. Available now. (970)379-3941 or (970)878-5486.
2 Months Free & New Rental Rate! 2 BDR, 2 BA fully furnished, A/C, in unit W/D, utilities included. Internet, TV & phone ready, NS/NP. $800/month with 1 year lease. Western Exposures Realty (970)878-5877.
GREAT DEAL Very clean 1 BDR, 1 BA apartment. All utilities plus trash included, $500/month. Require $500 1st, $500 last and $500 security deposit. For info., call (970)220-2150.
Fully furnished 4 BDR, 2.5 BA with hot tub in Sage Hills, $2000/month + $2000 deposit. No long term lease to sign. Electric, gas & water paid. Pets negotiable. Available in June. 878-4668.
3 BDR, 2 BA log home on 35 acres 14 miles south of Meeker. Will discount rent in exchange for handyman projects. Partially furnished, call (970)620-5724
For rent: Furnished one-bedroom apartment. All utilities are included. Very clean and quiet. $600 per month and $500 deposit. 878-4754.
House for rent, 3 BDR, 1 BA, country kitchen, recently remodeled, appliances including washer and dryer, $960/month. (480)664-0600.
HOUSE FOR RENT: 3+ BDR, 1 BA, lots of living and storage, 1 car garage, yard & trees. Available mid-April. Call (970)629-9714.
12TH STREET APARTMENTS 2 BDR, 1 BA, heat, hot water, cable included. Ask about move-in special. Call (970)261-1441 or (970)878-3739.
Available April 20, 2 BDR, 1.25 BA apartment, fence backyard, no pets. 878-0790.
New 4 BDR, 2.5 BA, 2 car garage house. Extremely energy efficient. Serious inquiries only. (970)629-9714.
Rocky Mountain Storage & Rentals 5×10, 10×10 storage units available in town. 878-0085 or 878-3700.
Commercial Office Space in town square. Paid utilities with private parking. Call 878-4323.
Commercial office space available in Hugus Building, downtown Meeker. 878-4138.
Share my home, nice parking, beautiful deck. More information, (970)620-0917.
Storage Depot 10×25 unit. Ask about our Spring special. 878-4808.
3 BDR, 2 BA house for rent in Sage Hills with attached 2 car garage. 878-5191.
Quiet 2 BDR, 1 BA apartment. $525/month + utilities. Call (970)878-3736.

RENTALS – MEEKER

For rent in Dinosaur: 2 BDR, 1 BA apartment. References, application and damage deposit required. (970)374-2004 or (970)620-1727.
Bunk House has beds for rent: Location 313 W. Main St., Rangely, 970-620-2407. Hot shower on demand, refrigerator, microwave, front sitting area, cable TV, no extra charge for utilities, back yard, beds, pillows and blankets are provided. $25 a night with weekly and monthly rates available.
SILVER SAGE RV PARK (970)675-2259 RV Spaces for rent. Manager: Heath GeBauer (970)675-2259 (970)846-4293 Fax: (970)675-5509.

PICKUPS 4X4

2008 GMC Canyon 4×4 pickup, 4-door, very low miles. 314-5072 or 314-5023. FOR SALE 2005 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED, LEATHER, V-8, LOW MILES, TOPPER, 4WD, 4DR, EXCELLENT COND, $19,500 878-4141, 878-4198.
2001 GMC Yukon XL 2500. Black, leather, heated seats, CD/cassette, auto 4WD, seats 8. 211K. $6,950 OBO. Willing to trade for Toyota pickup of similar retail value and condition. 970-948-7617, leave message.

ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES

Kymco 90 ATV. Asking $1100 OBO. 970-948-7617, leave message.

AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES

Ford long bed truck topper, tan, $200 OBO. (970)846-5512.

CAMPERS & RVS

1996 Fleetwood Shenandoah popup bumper pull camp trailer, king beds, excellent condition, $2500 OBO. Call Michele at 878-3394.
2008 Alumiscape Holiday Rambler Suite, 35 ft. 5th wheel trailer, 3 pop outs, king bed, washer/dryer, flat screen TV, 4 piece dinette, recliners/pullout couch, mint condition, less than 200 road miles. Asking $37,000. (970)524-0553.

MOTORCADE – MISCELLANEOUS

Rocky Mountain Auto-Craig. Selling quality used cars, with limited warranty, financing WAC, give us a call 824-5749, Dealer.
Trailers, hitches, flatbeds, toolboxes, trailer service and truck accessories. We are a “one stop shop” truck and trailer outfitter. B&W gooseneck hitches $597 installed. Pine Country Trailer Sales, Grand Junction. 1-800-287-6532.

SNOWMOBILES

2009 Ski-Doo Summit X snowmobile, 154″ track, Rev XP-800 with 1,447 miles. Comes with air vents and after-market can. Excellent condition! $6500. 878-4360.

LEGAL NOTICES

RIO BLANCO COUNTY ACCOUNTS PAYABLE PUBLICATION LIST MARCH 31 2011. FUND: GENERAL; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; INFO SYSTEMS CONSULTING, VC-PRCH SVCS, $(92.50); ATMOS ENERGY, VC-UTIL, $(2,070.40); RANGELY TOWN OF, MC-UTIL, $479.05; ALL STATE COMMUNICATION, PRCH SVCS, $952.25; ALSCO INC, PRCH SVCS, $853.61; AMICK NANCY, PRCH SVCS, $165.00; APPASSURE SOFTWARE, SPLYS, $11,000.00; ATMOS ENERGY, UTIL, $3,347.96; AVEY MONA, PRCH SVCS, $9.46; BOY-KO SUPPLY COMPANY, SPLYS, $72.00; C & H DISTRIBUTORS, SPLYS, $88.88; CDW GOVERNMENT INC., SPLYS, $2,668.34; CENTRAL DISTRIBUTING, SPLYS, $373.14; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $238.08; CHAPPELL CLINT (PLAN COMM), PLAN COMM, $100.00; CIVIL AIR PATROL MAGAZINE, PRCH SVCS, $495.00; CNCC, CNTC SVCS, $3,500.00; CO DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, PRCH SVCS, $130.00; COLORADO STATE PATROL, SPLYS, $12.50; COULTER AVIATION, PRCH SVCS/SPLYS, $753.15; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $8,456.74; DAILY SENTINEL THE, PRCH SVCS, $637.00; DAY TRAVIS, PLAN COMM, $100.00; DIGITAL ALLY INC., SPLYS, $107.50; DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE OF, PRCH SVCS, $19,761.58; DUCEY’S ELECTRIC INC., SPLYS, $14.89; EMBLEM ENTERPRISES, PRCH SVCS, $159.94; EXCEL FIRE PROTECTION, SPLYS/PRCH SVCS, $1,031.50; EXTENSION PROGRAM ACTIVITIES, PRCH SVCS, $500.00; FEDEX, PRCH SVCS, $68.45; FENCE POST COMPANY THE, PRCH SVCS, $55.00; GALL’S INC., SPLYS, $2,358.98; GARRETT PLUMBING & HEATING, PRCH SVCS/SPLYS, $130.82; GENESIS LAMP CORP, SPLYS, $636.00; GLOBALSTAR USA, PRCH SVCS, $40.96; GOEDERT TERRY (PLAN COMM), PLAN COMM, $100.00; HART INTERCIVIC, PRCH SVCS, $500.00; HOPKINS OAKLEY, PLAN COMM, $150.00; HPI INTERNATIONAL INC, SPLYS, $307.45; HUNTER BRENT D, PRCH SVCS, $10.00; INNOPRISE SOFTWARE, PRCH SVCS, $4,980.00; INTERMOUNTAIN APPLIANCE, SPLYS, $499.00; INTERN’L ASSN PROPERTY, PRCH SVCS, $300.00; INTERN’L CODE COUNCIL, SUBSCRPT, $246.00; INFORMATION SYSTEMS CO, PRCH SVCS, $1,688.25; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $4,645.41; JOHN E. REID & ASSOCIATION, PRCH SVCS, $595.00; JOHNS DAVID, RSTCT FINE, $5.00; KRACHT ANN, PRCH SVCS, $10.10; LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOC, SPLYS, $1,596.95; LEISCHER ROXIE, SPLYS, $154.31; LOPEZ SAMANTHA, PRCH SVCS, $437.97; MATTHEW BENDER & CO., SUBSCRPT, $50.47; MCGUIRE AUTO PARTS, SPLYS, $133.59; MEEKER AIRPORT – CONTRACT, CNTC SVCS, $4,388.08; MEEKER AUTO PARTS LLC, SPLYS, $217.16; MEEKER DRUGS INC., PRCH SVCS, $140.60; MEEKER SANITATION DIST, UTIL, $185.00; MEEKER TOWN OF, UTIL, $316.00; MICRO PLASTICS INC, PRCH SVCS, $22.50; MILES ALTON L. BUD, PLAN COMM, $150.00; MITCHELL INSTRUMENT CO, SPLYS, $235.00; MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, UTIL, $583.38; NATIONAL SHERIFF’S ASSOC, PRCH SVCS, $45.00; PARSONS KEN, PRCH SVCS, $221.50; PCMALLGOV, SPLYS, $2,351.98; PIONEERS MEDICAL CENTER, PRCH SVCS, $512.50; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE, PRCH SVCS, $1,691.91; QUILL CORPORATION, SPLYS, $56.13; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $728.63; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $227.19; RAM DESIGNS L.L.C., PRCH SVCS, $990.00; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $782.82; RBC DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, PRCH SVCS, $56.00; RBC HISTORICAL SOCIETY, PRCH SVCS, $19,000.00; RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEM, SPLYS, $30.01; RIO BLANCO HERALD TIMES, PRCH SVCS, $645.28; ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSURANE, INSRNC-PHA, $2.00; RR DONNELLEY, PRCH SVCS, $826.62; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $139.02; SILVERTIP PRINTING CO, SPLYS, $250.00; SINCLAIR SHIRLEY, SPLYS, $5.94; SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT, SPLYS, $795.68; SMITH ANNA, TRVL, $123.50; SOC OF ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCT, PRCH SVCS, $65.00; STAPLES ADVANTAGE, SPLYS, $1,284.83; SUPERIOR LAMP INC., SPLYS, $444.87; SWANSON SERVICES CORP, SPLYS, $236.28; TELEWEST, RSTCT FINE, $875.49; TOSHIBA, SPLYS, $8,894.00; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $1,057.92; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS, $772.40; VET CLINIC THE, PRCH SVCS, $44.00; VOIANCE LANGUAGE SERVICE, PRCH SVCS, $50.00; WATT’S RANCH MARKET, FOOD SPLYS/SPLYS, $969.63; WEATHERFORD ELECTRIC, SPLYS/PRCH SVCS, $530.30; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, SPLYS, $162.25; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $8,727.02; WHITE RIVER MARKET, FOOD SPLYS/SPLYS, $325.63; WINKLER TIM, PLAN COMM, $100.00; WYATT’S SPORTS CENTER, SPLYS, $259.96; XEROX CORPORATION, PRCH SVCS, $294.68; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $29,436.16; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $9,272.13; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $40,280.75; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $45,941.22; CEBT, INSURANCE, $96,401.61; FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY, WAGE ASNMT, $868.00; WASH STATE SUPPORT, WAGE ASNMT, $600.00; GENERAL FUND TOTAL, $357,157.94; FUND: ROAD & BRIDGE; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; ALSCO INC, PRCH SVCS, $31.68; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $98.53; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $1,154.41; GRAND VALLEY IMAGING, PRCH SVCS, $30.45; HERITAGE BUILDING, SPLYS, $30.62; JACKSON CNTY ROAD & BRIDGE, PRCH SVCS, $54.75; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $49.28; MEEKER AUTO PARTS LLC, SPLYS, $33.30; MEEKER TOWN OF, RB APPORT, $15,529.84; NICHOLS STORE, SPLYS/PRCH SVCS, $52.00; OFFICE DEPOT INC., SPLYS, $148.09; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE, PRCH SVCS, $52.25; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $145.45; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $45.34; RANGELY TOWN OF, RB APPORT, $10,387.65; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $18.65; RBC-R&B PETTY CASH RNGLY, PRCH SVCS, $27.20; RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEM, SPLYS, $40.72; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $236.99; TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROL, SPLYS, $125.00; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $130.20; WATT’S RANCH MARKET, SPLYS, $101.33; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, SPLYS/PRCH SVCS, $38.00; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $32.06; WHITE RIVER ENERGY, SPLYS, $50.00; XEROX CORPORATION, PRCH SVCS, $177.77; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $12,716.19; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $4,263.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $16,578.75; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $16,322.85; CEBT, INSURANCE, $44,244.37; CLERK OF THE RIO BLANCO, WAGE ASNMT, $682.59; STATE OF FLORIDA DISB, WAGE ASNMT, $400.00; ROAD & BRIDGE FUND TOTAL, $124,029.31; FUND: PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $50.64; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $1,700.82; METROPOLITAN PATHOLOGISTS, PRCH SVCS, $170.00; MOUNTAIN RADIOLOGY P., PRCH SVCS, $34.53; NSO-PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY, PRCH SVCS, $107.50; PIONEERS MEDICAL CENTER, PRCH SVCS, $418.50; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $97.80; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $20.85; RANGELY DISTRICT HOSPITAL, PRCH SVCS, $1,038.98; RANGELY FAMILY MEDICINE, PRCH SVCS, $570.00; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $3.99; SCHOPP HOLLI, PRCH SVCS, $24.00; STAPLES ADVANTAGE, SPLYS, $163.46; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $40.74; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, PRCH SVCS, $20.75; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $1,810.11; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $528.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $2,995.71; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $2,972.89; CEBT, INSURANCE, $6,362.02; PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY FUND TOTAL, $19,131.29; FUND: SOCIAL SERVICES; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $53.80; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $5,125.19; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $1,586.70; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $5,969.30; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $5,082.58; CEBT, INSURANCE, $13,396.07; DSS ACCOUNTS PAYABLE, $6,265.16; SOCIAL SERVICES FUND TOTAL, $37,478.80; FUND: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; BUILDING BY DESIGN, MLTIPRPS BLDG, $57,150.00; MEEKER COLLISION CENTER, RADIO PRJCT, $625.00; CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND TOTAL, $57,775.00; FUND: USE TAX; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; RANGELY TOWN OF, MC-UTIL, $579.49; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $142.80; CNCC, CNTC SVCS, $2,000.00; EXXON MOBIL CORP, REFUND, $51,854.57; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $48.97; MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, UTIL, $679.68; NICKSON ANNALEE, PRCH SVCS, $18.34; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE, PRCH SVCS, $27.35; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $85.53; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $7.04; RANGELY TRASH SERVICE, PRCH SVCS, $164.00; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $99.80; REDI SERVICES LLC, PRCH SVCS, $52.00; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $12.27; U.S. FOOD SERVICE INC., FOOD SPLYS/SPLYS, $2,729.03; WATT’S RANCH MARKET, FOOD SPLYS, $293.30; WHITE RIVER MARKET, FOOD SPLYS, $271.36; WILLIAMS TAMRA, PRCH SVCS, $15.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $1,482.85; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $506.47; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $2,001.15; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $1,532.04; CEBT, INSURANCE, $4,938.72; USE TAX FUND TOTAL, $69,541.76; FUND: IMPACT FEE; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; HDR ENGINEERING INC, CR 5 CRDR, $162,343.30; IMPACT FEE FUND TOTAL, $162,343.30; FUND: SOLID WASTE LANDFILL; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CO DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ST/FED LF, $44.02; CO DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, ST/FED LF, $1,864.20; DOWN VALLEY SEPTIC, PRCH SVCS, $130.00; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $67.99; JEAN’S PRINTING, PRCH SVCS, $1,079.78; KRW CONSULTING INC., PRCH SVCS, $985.78; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE, PRCH SVCS, $7.39; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $24.54; WHITE RIVER DISTRIBUTION, PRCH SVCS, $15.00; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $2,049.10; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $1,176.97; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $381.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $1,439.48; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $1,085.88; CEBT, INSURANCE, $2,968.50; SOLID WASTE LANDFILL FUND TOTAL, $13,319.63; FUND: WEED & PEST; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS, $1,304.35; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE, PRCH SVCS, $6.44; POSTMUS HOLLY, SPLYS, $382.50; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $1.52; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $12.32; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $516.90; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $156.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $550.77; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $546.92; CEBT, INSURANCE, $1,695.06; WEED & PEST FUND TOTAL, $5,172.78; FUND: FAIRFIELD; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; ATMOS ENERGY, VC-UTIL, $(1,644.26); ATMOS ENERGY, UTIL, $2,696.21; BOY-KO SUPPLY COMPANY, SPLYS, $172.14; GOODWIN SERVICES INC, PRCH SVCS, $400.00; HOME DEPOT, SPLYS, $308.42; JACKSON’S OFFICE SUPPLY, SPLYS, $14.89; K-D FLAGS, SPLYS, $76.45; LUNSFORD MECHANICAL CO, PRCH SVCS/SPLYS, $746.80; MEEKER SANITATION DIST, UTIL, $57.00; MEEKER TOWN OF, UTIL, $588.00; MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH, SPLYS, $452.49; MR. Z’S SUPER CLEANERS, PRCH SVCS, $750.00; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $82.62; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $1.23; REDI SERVICES LLC, PRCH SVCS, $365.00; RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEM, SPLYS, $20.65; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS, $373.41; SUPERIOR PRODUCTS, SPLYS, $312.82; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $12.28; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS, $111.83; WATT’S RANCH MARKET, SPLYS, $54.31; WEATHERFORD ELECTRIC, PRCH SVCS/SPLYS, $838.88; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $3,382.48; WHITE RIVER ENERGY, PRCH SVCS, $20.00; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $498.81; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $166.20; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $681.50; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $614.88; CEBT, INSURANCE, $637.19; FAIRFIELD FUND TOTAL, $12,792.23; FUND: CENTRAL SERVICES; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; CELERITY CORPORATION, CNTC SVCS, $773.53; CENTURYLINK, PRCH SVCS, $96.28; FSH COMMUNICATIONS, PRCH SVCS, $70.00; PITNEY BOWES RESERVE, PRCH SVCS, $146.97; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $1,158.07; QWEST – LONG DISTANCE, PRCH SVCS, $16.96; STRATA NETWORKS, INTERNET, $1,128.74; UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, PRCH SVCS, $81.66; XEROX CORPORATION, SPLYS/CNTC SVCS, $2,951.57; CEBT, INSURANCE, $600.50; CENTRAL SERVICES FUND TOTAL, $7,024.28; FUND: FLEET; VENDOR, PURPOSE, AMOUNT; ATMOS ENERGY, VC-UTIL, $(1,074.32); ROCKY MTN MACHINERY, VC-PRTS/ACC, $(572.50); RANGELY TOWN OF, MC-UTIL, $2,271.43; A&E TIRE INC., TIRES, $888.10; AIRGAS INTERMOUNTAIN, SPLYS, $266.50; ATMOS ENERGY, UTIL, $1,901.42; CNH CAPITAL, PRTS/ACC, $572.50; COLUMBINE FORD INC., PRTS/ACC, $540.00; C.R. BROWN, DIESEL, $23,990.67; CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO, PRCH SVCS/GAS, $675.11; EATON SALES & SERVICE, PRCH SVCS, $117.05; GILBARCO INC., PRCH SVCS, $190.38; HANSON INTERNATIONAL, PRTS/ACC, $13.69; HIGH DESERT OUTDOOR, PRTS/ACC, $4.74; HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO., PRTS/ACC, $44.78; JAY-MAX SALES, SPLYS, $136.85; LEISCHER ROXIE, GAS, $72.97; MCGUIRE AUTO PARTS, PRTS/ACC, $1,153.77; MEEKER AUTO PARTS LLC, PRTS/ACC, $1,892.81; MEEKER COLLISION CENTER, PRTS/ACC/RPRS, $98.75; MEEKER SANITATION DIST, UTIL, $57.00; MEEKER TOWN OF, UTIL, $45.00; MOON LAKE ELECTRIC, UTIL, $1,122.98; NT CARQUEST AUTO PARTS, PRTS/ACC, $221.24; PEARSON COMMUNICATIONS, SPLYS, $2,063.88; POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY, PRTS/ACC, $3,337.60; QWEST, PRCH SVCS, $62.36; RANGELY AUTO PARTS, PRTS/ACC, $1,631.76; RANGELY TRASH SERVICE, PRCH SVCS, $117.00; RANGELY TRUE VALUE, SPLYS/PRTS/ACC, $126.19; SAMUELSON’S TRUE VALUE, SPLYS/PRTS/ACC, $26.22; SWALLOW OIL COMPANY, GAS, $24,111.55; THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING, SPLYS, $101.50; TRI-STATE EQUIPMENT, PRTS/ACC, $412.38; VALLEY HARDWARE, SPLYS, $13.98; WAGNER EQUIPMENT INC., PRTS/ACC, $220.78; WESTERN COLORADO TRUCK, PRTS/ACC, $373.25; WESTERN PETROLEUM, LUBE, $1,434.15; WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC, UTIL, $4,459.02; WHITE RIVER ENERGY, UTIL, $432.25; XCEL ENERGY, UTIL, $335.22; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FEDERAL W/H, $2,647.34; CO DEPT OF REVENUE, STATE W/H, $876.50; US DEPT. OF THE TREASURY, FICA W/H, $4,140.74; GREAT WEST, RETIREMENT, $3,773.05; CEBT, INSURANCE, $10,624.48; FLEET FUND TOTAL, $95,952.12; TOTAL, $961,718.44; Published: April 14, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
Notification of meeting for the Rangely Town Council, Board of Trustees The Town of Rangely Town Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month starting at 7:00 p.m. in the Court Room at 209 E Main, Rangely, CO 81648. Agendas are posted in the lobby at Town Hall and at the Rangely District Library. The meetings are televised live on channel 3 through Bresnan Cable TV. All meetings are open to the public.
PUBLIC NOTICE – Notification that Rangely District Hospital continues the record destruction process initiated in 1994. Certain portions of the medical records of patients not seen in our facility for a minimum of 10 years will be destroyed. If you wish records to be retained, please contact the Medical Records dept. at (970)675-4233. Records of minors will not be destroyed until the patient reaches legal age plus 10 years. Publish: April 7, 14 and 21, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PUBLIC NOTICE INVITATION FOR STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS FOR PLANNING SERVICES. Notice is hereby given that the RIO BLANCO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS is requesting Statements of Qualifications for assistance in long range planning for Fire and Rescue. Project Proposal Deadline is April 28, 2011 at 3:00 p.m., at which time the proposals will be publicly opened. The proposal will be awarded at the Board of Director Meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m., The Fire Hall, 236 7th Street, P.O. Box 737, Meeker, CO 81641. The Board of Directors reserves the right to reject any and all bids; to change, add, or amend the specifications; to waive any informalities; and the right to disregard all nonconforming or conditional bids or counter proposals. The proposal must be placed in an envelope, securely Sealed, labeled, “Fire District Board of Directors Planning Proposal” and mailed to P.O. Box 737, Meeker CO 81641. All proposals must be received no later than Thursday, April 28, 2011, at 3:00 p.m. FAXED proposals (970)878-0015 or emailed to: kborchard@meekerrescue.com are also acceptable. Contact Kris Borchard at (970)878-3443 for more information about the proposal. Published: April 7 and 14, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PUBLIC NOTICE – FREE FLUORESCENT BULBS. Due to the change to Energy Efficient lighting in the Meeker Town Hall there are about 150 of the 48″ T 12 fluorescent bulbs taken out, these bulbs were in use when removed. The Town would like to give these bulbs away to persons who still use the T 12 bulb. These will be given on first come first serve basis. Contact Joe Holeyfield (970)878-4963. Published: April 14, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PAYROLL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TOWN OF MEEKER March 31, 2011. GENERAL FUND: J Amick, Salary, $3,026.88; C Colflesh, Salary, $1,196.05; D Conrado, Salary – Trustee, $50.06; K Cook, Salary – Trustee, $50.06; L Cook, Salary, $1,664.12; V Crawford, Salary, $356.64; S Day, Salary, $2,180.94; M Etheridge, Salary – Trustee, $70.08; R Gerloff, Salary – Trustee, $50.06; D Glasscock, Salary, $663.83; K Gould, Salary, $312.01; R Halandras, Salary – Trustee, $50.06; D Henderson, Salary, $1,481.94; R Hervey, Salary, $4,445.11; J Holeyfield, Salary, $2,136.31; D Massey, Salary, $2,330.53; J McNay, Salary, $913.75; S Merriam, Salary, $1,461.53; R Overton, Salary, $2,618.10; C Padilla, Salary, $2,256.12; W Severson, Salary, $2,726.94; D Sheridan, Salary, $58.50; K Sizemore, Salary, $1,615.52; J Strate, Salary – Trustee, $50.06; P Stubblefield, Salary, $3,077.40; A Thomson, Salary – Trustee, $50.06; M Washburn, Salary, $2,883.70; L Whalin, Salary, $316.64; T Willey, Salary, $364.05; G Wilson, Salary, $2,934.44; A-1 Collection Agency, Employee Pmt., $357.10; CCOERA, Employee Retirement – Police Dept., $2,323.14; CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $5,834.32; Conseco Health Insurance Company, Cancer Insurance, $396.70; Credit Union of Colorado, Employee Savings, $515.00; Employee Withholding, Federal Withholding, $4,369.39; Employee Withholding, State Withholding, $1,522.62; Employee Withholding, Medicare Withholding, $1,611.24; Employee Withholding, Social Security Withholding, $3,237.95; Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Health, Dental & Vision Insurance, $19,056.68; Samuelson’s True Value, Employee Pmt., $468.60; Standard Insurance Company, Life/AD&D Insurance, $1,023.15; Bruce, David, PPCT Class Wilson/Police Dept., $325.00; Alsco, March Uniforms, $43.23; Alsco, Feb. Uniforms, $28.27; Amick & Jenks Inc., Polygraph for Police Applicant, $110.00; Atmos, March Natural Gas, $1,228.33; ATSSA, Traffic Control Supervisor Re-Cert. – Willey & Colflesh, $135.00; Black Mountain Glass, Overhead Door Closers/Town Hall Bldg., $640.00; Carrot-Top Ind., POW & Colo. Flags, $135.31; CMRS – PB, Reimburse Feb. Postage Meter, $53.05; CNA Surety, Notary Errors & Omiss. Policy, $29.25; Coast International Telecom, Long Distance Svc., $57.85; Colo. West Substance Abuse Svc., Detox Shortfall 2011-Jan., Feb. & March, $924.99; Colorado LTAP, Welding School Registr./Overton & Coleflesh, $90.00; Cook, Katelin, Reimburse Mileage – BOT Trip, $120.00; Day, Sharon, Reimburse Mileage – BOT Trip, $106.00; Double Tree by Hilton, Lodging – Street Conf./Overton & Colflesh, $178.00; D-Prep, LLC., Crisis Negotiation Class – Stubblefield/PD, $223.00; ESI Elevator Svc., Qtrly. Maintenance Elevator, $184.00; Gall’s, Uniforms/PD, $477.53; Grand Valley Imaging, Copier Maintenance, $76.85; Herald Times, March Legal Publications, $541.70; Holeyfield, Joe, Reimburse – Office Chair, $140.09; IOR Productions, MO. Website Maintenance, $25.00; Jackson’s, Ink Cart./ CD, Misc. Supplies, $88.80; Jason’s Automotive, Repl. Brake Pads; Rotors & Ball Joints/PD, $787.31; Jean’s Printing, Warning Ticket Books/PD, $332.35; MacDonald Equip., Switch Rocker, $51.50; McGuire Auto, Paint Roller, Enamel, Oil Filters, $36.95; Meeker Auto Parts, Oil & Air Filters, Pliers, Box of Rags, $208.29; Meeker Sand & Gravel, Sand for Streets, $82.34; Mtn. Cross Engineering, Cleveland Overlay Engineering, $2,062.50; National Business Furniture, Office Chair/PD, $224.00; Networking of the Rockies, Used Scanner/PD, $400.00; Networking of the Rockies, Labor to Install New Server, $1,800.00; Nielsen, Kathy, Reimburse Mileage – Dog Adoption in Glenwood Spg., $59.20; Noble, Laurie Atty., Municipal Judge Svc. & Travel, $369.00; Northwest Auto, Welding & Cutting Supplies, $95.06; Northwest Auto, Check Shocks Unit 05/PD, $42.95; Northwest Auto, Plasma Cutter Parts, $49.91; Pearson Communications, Ear Piece & Batteries for Packsets/PD, $610.00; Pitney Bowes, Postage Meter Rental, $40.02; POLICE Law Enforcement Magazine, Subscription Renewal/PD, $35.00; Power Equipment Co., Cold Planer, $18,727.00; Qwest, March Phone Svc., $687.29; Qwest, Feb. Phone Svc., $691.36; RBC Fleet Management, March Fuel, $2,089.63; RBC Sheriff’s Office, Dispatch Svc. 1st Qtr., $15,000.00; Redi Svc., Trash Svc., $169.00; Redi Svc., Trash Svc., $205.00; Samuelson’s, Cut Off Saw, PVC Pipe, $145.17; Samuelson’s True Value, Fencing Material/Town Hall Bldg., $318.32; Strata Networks, Internet Beanpole & Town Shop, $68.33; The Vet Clinic, Euthanasia, $25.00; Thompson Dist., Shovels & Brooms for Shop, $45.00; Union Telephone, March Cell Phone Svc., $225.37; Union Telephone, New Cell Phone/Padilla, $13.46; Union Telephone, Phone Car Charger/Animal Control, $13.46; Valley Hardware, Paint, Paint Thinner, Light Bulbs, $125.38; Varsity Distributing, Disinfectant & Cleaner for Park Restrooms, $299.88; Viscardi, Gerard Atty., March Legal Fees, $3,811.50; Wagner Equip., Hydraulic Tune Up, $122.10; Watt’s, Mtg. & Misc. Supplies, $35.20; Watt’s, Cleaning & Mtg. Supplies, Dog Food for Shelter, $125.94; Wend’lls, UPS Postage, $8.39; West Slope Branch APWA, Street Conf. Registr./Overton & Colflesh, $95.00; Western Colo. Peace Officers Assoc., Spring Conference/Stubblefield, $35.00; White River Elec., Thermostat Recycle Bldg., $21.98; White River Elec., Feb. Electricity, $2,371.21; Wihera, Richard Psy. D., Pre Employment Suitability Assessments, $500.00; Winter Equip., Plow & Curb Guards, $416.03; WREA, Balanced Owed on Ute Rd. Proj. Comp. 2010, $16,673.96; Yeh & Assoc., Meeker Landslide Study, Sub Surface Inv. & Geo Rec., $23,500.00; Total General Fund, $181,919.97. Note: BAG office rent of $75.00 charged to BAG Dept. and, recorded in General Fund Revenues Building Lease Payments. WATER FUND: C Colflesh, Salary, $1,196.04; L Cook, Salary, $1,109.41; S Day, Salary, $1,857.83; D Henderson, Salary, $635.11; J McNay, Salary, $1,370.63; S Merriam, Salary, $626.37; R Overton, Salary, $1,122.04; K Sizemore, Salary, $538.50; T Willey, Salary, $3,276.47; CCOERA, Employee Retirement, $2,038.64; Conseco Health Insurance, Cancer Insurance, $177.00; Credit Union of Colorado, Employee Savings, $85.00; Employee Withholding, Social Security Withholding, $1,663.57; Employee Withholding, Medicare Withholding, $463.28; Employee Withholding, Federal Withholding, $1,334.36; Employee Withholding, State Withholding, $784.38; Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Health, Dental & Vision Insurance, $5,688.55; Standard Insurance Company, Life/AD&D Insurance, $287.24; US Postmaster, March Water Billing Postage, $151.73; Alsco, March Uniforms, $43.23; Alsco, Feb. Uniforms, $28.27; Atmos, March Natural Gas, $629.49; ATSSA, Traffic Control Supervisor Re-Cert. – Willey & Colflesh, $135.00; CED, 6 Out Door Lights w/ Photo Cell, $674.00; CED Craig, Fluoresant Light Bulbs, $39.28; CMRS – PB, Reimburse Feb. Postage Meter, $129.36; CNA Surety, Notary Errors & Omiss. Policy, $19.50; Coast International Telecom, Long Distance Svc., $7.51; Colorado LTAP, Welding School Registr./Overton & Colflesh, $90.00; Data West Corp., 1st Qtr. Maint. Fee – Water Billing Software, $675.00; Eaton Sales & Svc., Upgrade to Electronics at Bulk Water Plant, $15,233.38; Grand Jct. Pipe, Valve Repair Parts for Water Load Out, $398.40; Grand Valley Imaging, Copier Maintenance, $14.69; Herald Times, March Legal Publications, $49.53; Jackson’s, Color Laser Paper – Source Point Water Brochures, $68.93; McGuire Auto, Paint Roller, Enamel, Oil Filters, $31.10; Meeker Auto Parts, Oil & Air Filters, Pliers, Box of Rags, $197.41; Mesa County Health Dept., Water Test, $40.00; Networking of the Rockies, Set up Computer for New Bulk Water Sys., $150.50; Northwest Auto, Welding & Cutting Supplies, $95.06; Northwest Auto, Plasma Cutter Parts, $49.91; Pitney Bowes, Postage Meter Rental, $28.98; Qwest, March Phone Svc., $217.35; Qwest, Feb. Phone Svc., $217.35; RBC Fleet Management, March Fuel, $577.42; RBC Treasurer, Lien Portion of Pmt. In Full Water Acct. 1133 Michael Cir., $171.60; Samuelson’s, Cut Off Saw, $94.99; Strata Networks, Internet Beanpole & Town Shop, $28.50; Thompson Dist., Shovels & Brooms for Shop, $45.00; Union Telephone, March Cell Phone Svc., $36.67; Utility Notification Center, Line Locates, $16.10; Utility Notification Center, Feb. Line Locates, $8.05; Valley Hardware, Paint, Light Bulbs, Parts for Pump Houses, $398.28; Viscardi, Gerard Atty., March Legal Fees, $493.50; Wagner Equip., Hydraulic Tune Up, $122.10; Watt’s, Mtg. & Misc. Supplies, $26.69; Watt’s, Clorox, Ziploc Bags, Ice – Water Samples, $23.96; Wend’lls, UPS Postage, $24.91; White River Elec., Feb. Electricity, $2,358.54; Total Water Fund, $48,095.69; Total All Funds, $230,015.66; Published: April 14, 2011; Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF MEEKER BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Board Retreat April 14, 2011, 6:00 P.M., Main Street Elementary School. The Town Board will be meeting in retreat format, Thursday, April 14, 2011, 6:00 p.m. to tour the Main Street elementary facility and formulate a process with which to move forward with determining a potential re-use of the Main Street Elementary School. The purpose of the meeting is discussion among Board members and no decisions will be made during the retreat. Decisions will only be made during regular Board meetings. Although the public may attend the meeting, public comments will not be taken during the retreat to enable the Board, discussion time among its members. Published: April 14, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
REQUEST FOR BIDS – The Northwest Colorado Council of Governments is soliciting bids from licensed insured contractors in the following trades: Insulation, Plumbing, Electrical, and Heating. Bids will be residential work in all, or portions, of the following counties: Chaffee, Clear Creek, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Lake, Moffat, Park, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, and Summit. Bid packets may be downloaded at www.nwccog.org and are also available form NWCCOG, PO Box 2308, Silverthorne CO 80498, 1-800-332-3669. All bids due May 9, 2011. Published: April 14 and 21, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
TOWN OF MEEKER BOARD OF TRUSTEES AGENDA Tuesday April 19, 2011 – 7:00 P.M. Town Hall 345 Market Street, Meeker, CO. I. Call to Order. II. Roll Call. III. Approval of the Agenda. IV. Approval of the Previous Minutes. V. Approval of the Monthly Vouchers. VI. Public Participation: A. Meeker Chamber of Commerce Update. VII. New Business: A. Main Street Elementary School transfer to Town, B. Consideration of Police Department joining Lexipol program, C. Consideration of Planning Commission recommendations for the following: 1. Request from David Murray, 237 Garfield St., Lots 10,11 and the east 1/2 of Lot B, Block 18, Meeker, CO for a home occupation to sell new or used archery equipment, accessories, etc. 2. Request from the Town of Meeker, 111 3rd St., Block 31, Meeker, CO for special review use permit to construct a sand shelter behind the Town Public Works Shop. D. Bid Award for Cleveland Street Repaving Project. VIII. Mayor’s reports. IX. Town Manager’s Reports. X. Town Attorney’s Report. XI. Other Council Business. XII. Adjournment. A Workshop between the Eastern Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Parks District Board and the Meeker Town Board, concerning maintenance for Town Parks, will be held at 6:00 p.m. prior to the regular Board meeting. This is a public meeting, but public comments will not be taken during the workshop to enable the Board, discussion time among its members and the ERBM District Board members. No decisions are made during workshops. Published: April 14, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
MEEKER SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-1 Board of Education Meeting, Tuesday, April 19, 2011, 7:00 p.m. Central Administration Office, 555 Garfield Street. AGENDA – Pledge of Allegiance. Information: Student Performance ES Marimba group. Action: Approval of the Minutes. Action: Approval of MHS Graduation Speaker. Action: 2011-2012 CEBT Health Insurance Renewal. Public Input. Action: 2011-2012 Calendar. Executive Session: Personnel Matters: ES, MS and HS Teacher and MS Coaching Evaluations. Action: Nonrenewal of Contracts for 2011-2012. Information: Staffing Patterns for 2011-2012. Other. Adjournment. Published: April 14, 2011, Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PUBLIC NOTICE – Enterprise Gas Processing, LLC (Enterprise) has applied for a Special Use Permit for the construction and operation of a new gas pipeline from a point in Garfield County on the existing Piceance Creek Pipeline located in Section 34, T 4S, R96W to the Greasewood Hub located in Section 5, T2S, R96W. The Piceance Creek Pipeline Loop Project would consist of 20.8 miles of 36-inch diameter pipeline. The project will utilize the existing Pipe Yard near Rio Blanco Lake and the Park and Ride area near Meeker. These applications will be considered by the Rio Blanco County Planning Commission on April 28, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at the Rio Blanco County Administrative Offices, 200 Main Street, Meeker, Colorado. The Board of County Commissioner’s hearing will be on May 23, 2011 at 1:15 p.m. at the County Administration Offices in Meeker. Publish: April 14 and 21, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
PUBLIC NOTICE – The Board of County Commissioners will hold a regularly scheduled board meeting on Monday, April 18, 2011, County Annex, Rangely, Colorado. TENTATIVE AGENDA – 11:15 a.m. Board of County Commissioners: a. Pledge of Allegiance, b. Changes to the Agenda, c. Minutes of the April 11, 2011 Board Meeting, d. Other. 11:20 a.m. Bid Awards: Road & Bridge – 1. 2011 Crackfill, 2. 2011 Bridge Maintenance. 11:30 a.m. Public Comment. 11:45 p.m. Commissioners Update. OTHER COUNTY BUSINESS. If you need special accommodations, please call (970)878-9573 in advance of the meeting so that reasonable accommodations may be made. Please check the County’s website: www.co.rio-blanco.co.us/commissioners for an updated agenda. Published: April 14, 2011 Rio Blanco Herald Times.
RESOLUTION NO. 2011-14 – A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF RIO BLANCO COUNTY, COLORADO APPROVING A PROCLAMATION DECLARING APRIL 2011 AS CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH WHEREAS, child abuse and neglect is a complex and ongoing problem in our society, affecting many children in Rio Blanco County; and WHEREAS, every child is entitled to be loved, cared for, nurtured, secure and be free from verbal, sexual, emotional and physical abuse, and neglect; and WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of every adult who comes in contact with a child to protect that child’s right to a safe and nurturing childhood; and WHEREAS, Rio Blanco County has dedicated individuals and organizations who work daily to counter the problem of child abuse and to help parents obtain the assistance they need; and WHEREAS, our communities are stronger when all citizens become aware of child abuse prevention and become involved in helping parents raise their children in a safe and nurturing environment; and WHEREAS, effective child abuse prevention programs succeed because of partnerships among families, social services agencies, schools, religious and civic organizations, law enforcement agencies, and the business community; and WHEREAS, all citizens, community agencies, faith organizations, businesses should work to increase their efforts to support families; NOW THEREFORE IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED: The Board of County Commissioners of Rio Blanco County proclaims April 2011 Child Abuse Prevention Month in Rio Blanco County and calls upon all citizens, community agencies, faith groups, medical facilities, and businesses to increase their participation in efforts to support families, prevent child abuse and strengthen the communities in which we live. DULY MOVED, SECONDED, AND PASSED ON A VOTE OF 3 FOR AND 0 AGAINST, THIS 28th DAY OF March, 2011. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF RIO BLANCO COUNTY, COLORADO: /s/Kai M. Turner, Kai M. Turner, Chairman; /s/Shawn J. Bolton, Shawn J. Bolton, Commissioner, /s/Kenneth C. Parsons, Kenneth C. Parsons, Commissioner. ATTEST: /s/ Boots M. Campbell, Boots M. Cambell, Deputy Clerk. Published: April 14, 2011 in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF COLORADO IN THE MATTER OF THE PROMULGATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF FIELD RULES TO GOVERN OPERATIONS IN THE SULPHUR CREEK FIELD, CAUSE NO. 527, DOCKET NO. 1105-AW-05. RIO BLANCO COUNTY, COLORADO NOTICE OF HEARING TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES AND TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Rule 318.a. of the Rules and Regulations of the Commission requires that wells drilled in excess of 2,500 feet in depth be located not less than 600 feet from any lease line, and located not less than 1,200 feet from any other producible or drilling oil or gas well when drilling to the same common source of supply. Sections 15, 22, and the NW1/4 and NW1/4 NE1/4 of Section 23, Township 2 South, Range 98 West, 6th P.M. are subject to this Rule. On February 25, 2011, Williams Production RMT Company (“Williams” or “Applicant”), by its attorneys, filed with the Commission a verified application for an order to approve of the equivalent of one well per 10 acres well density for the below-listed lands, for the production of gas and associated hydrocarbons from the Williams Fork and Iles Formations: Township 2 South, Range 98 West, 6th P.M. Section 15: Lot 1 (42.86 acres), Lot 2 (42.64 acres), Lot 3 (42.59 acres), Lot 6 (42.13 acres), Lot 7 (42.19 acres), Lot 8 (42.41 acres), and S1/2. Section 22: N1/2. Section 23: NW1/4and NW1/4 NE1/4. All future Williams Fork and Iles Formation wells to be drilled under this application should be located downhole anywhere upon the application lands, but no closer than 100 feet from the boundaries of any leaseline without exception being granted by the Director of the Commission. It is provided however that in cases where the lands abut or corner lands in respect of which the Commission has not at the time of drilling permit application granted the right to drill 10-acre density Williams Fork Formation wells, the well should be located downhole no closer than 200 feet from any leaseline so abutting or cornering such lands without exception being granted by the Director. Except as previously authorized by order of the Commission, wells to be drilled under this application should be drilled from the surface either vertically or directionally from no more than one pad located on a given quarter quarter section (or lots or parcels approximately equivalent thereto), unless exception is granted by the Commission pursuant to application made for such exception. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission of the State of Colorado, pursuant to the above, has scheduled the above-entitled matter for hearing on: Date: Monday, May 16, 2011 Tuesday, May 17, 2011 Time: 9:00 a.m. Place: Suite 801, The Chancery Building 1120 Lincoln Street Denver, Colorado 80203. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if any party requires special accommodations as a result of a disability for this hearing, please contact Margaret Humecki at (303) 894-2100 ext. 5139, prior to the hearing and arrangements will be made. Pursuant to said hearing in the above-entitled matter at the time and place aforesaid, or at any adjourned meeting, the Commission will enter such orders as it deems appropriate to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public and to prevent the waste of oil and gas, either or both, in the operations of said field, and to carry out the purposes of the statute. In accordance with Rule 509., any interested party desiring to protest the granting of the application or to intervene on the application should file with the Commission a written protest or intervention no later than May 2, 2011, briefly stating the basis of the protest or intervention. Such interested party shall, at the same time, serve a copy of the protest or intervention to the person filing the application. An original and 13 copies shall be filed with the Commission. Anyone who files a protest or intervention must be able to participate in a prehearing conference during the week of May 2, 2011. Pursuant to Rule 503.g., if a party who has received notice under Rule 503.b. wishes to receive further pleadings in the above-referenced matter, that party must file a protest or intervention in accordance with these rules. In accordance with the practices of the Commission, should no protests or interventions be filed in this matter by May 2, 2011, the Applicant may request that an administrative hearing be scheduled during the week of May 2, 2011. In the alternative, pursuant to Rule 511., if the matter is uncontested, the applicant may request, and the Director may recommend approval on the basis of the merits of the verified application and the supporting exhibits. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF COLORADO OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF COLORADO: Dated at Suite 801, 1120 Lincoln Street, Denver, Colorado 80203, By /s/Robert A. Willis, Robert A. Willis, Acting Secretary. Attorneys for Williams, William A. Keefe/Kenneth A. Wonstolen, Beatty & Wozniak, P.C., March 31, 2011, 216 Sixteenth Street, Suite 1100, Denver, Colorado 80202 (303)407-4475. Published: April 14, 2011 in Rio Blanco Herald Times.
COMBINED NOTICE CRS 38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 10-41. To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On December 30, 2010, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Rio Blanco records. Original Grantor(s): JAMES L. OWENS AND J. OWENS CONSTRUCTION AND INTERIOR FINISH, INC., JOINT AND SEVERALLY; Original Beneficiary(ies): PPF NEWCO, LLC.; Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: PPF NEWCO, LLC.; Date of Deed of Trust: 6/7/2010; County of Recording: Rio Blanco Recording Date of Deed of Trust: 6/7/2010; Recording Reception Number: 298725; Original Principal Amount: $195,000.00; Outstanding Principal Balance: $195,000.00; Pursuant to CRS 38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. Covering the land in the State of Colorado, County of Rio Blanco described as: Township 1 North, Range 94 West of the 6th P.M. A parcel of land described as beginning at the Corner No. 6 of Tract No. 109, Section 34, Township 1 North, Range 94 West of the 6th P.M., Running thence North 89 48″ East along tract line, 1335.2 feet to Corner No. 5 Tract No. 109; Thence South 0 05″ East along tract line, 1320.00 feet to Corner No. 4; Thence South 89 47″ West along tract line a distance of 1303.0 feet; Thence North 0 05″ West a distance of 50.0 feet; Thence South 89 47″ West a distance of 32.0 feet; Thence North 0 05″ West a distance of 1270.5 feet to said Corner No. 6 The place of beginning, all being in Tract No. 109, Town ship 1 North, Range 94 West of the 6th P.M., as shown by Plat of the Resurvey approved October 31, 908. TOGETHER with all water and water rights, ditches and ditch rights, including 5 shares in the Miller Creek Ditch, the water reserved from the Miller Creek Ditch through the ditch line east of the land described herein for the purpose of irrigating 3 or 4 acres lying under said ditch and between the ditch and the creek as reserved in Book 266 at Page 379. TOGHETHER with the Huff reservation of the right to run a sufficient amount of their Miller Creek Ditch water through the ditch lying East of the land conveyed to Dorrels for the purpose of irrigating three or four acres lying under said ditch and between the ditch and creek in that Warranty Deed from Frank A Huff and Evalon J Huff to Clinton Dorrell and Marje Love Dorrell recorded August 12, 1965 in Book 266 at Page 379, Reception No. 130430. SUBJECT to reservation contained in patent from the United States, prior mineral reservation, easements and rights-of way in use or of record, including ditch easements, and utility easements. Also known by street and number as: 1533 County Road 13, Meeker, CO 81641. NOTICE OF SALE – The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 05/04/2011, at Office of the Public Trustee, Rio Blanco County Courthouse, 555 Main Street, Meeker CO 81641, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 3/17/2011, Last Publication: 4/14/2011, Name of Publication: Rio Blanco Herald Times. NOTICE OF RIGHTS – YOU MAY HAVE AN INTEREST IN THE REAL PROPERTY BEING FORECLOSED, OR HAVE CERTAIN RIGHTS OR SUFFER CERTAIN LIABILITIES PURSUANT TO COLORADO STATUTES AS A RESULT OF SAID FORECLOSURE. YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO REDEEM SAID REAL PROPERTY OR YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO CURE A DEFAULT UNDER THE DEED OF TRUST BEING FORECLOSED. A COPY OF SAID STATUTES, AS SUCH STATUTES ARE PRESENTLY CONSTITUTED, WHICH MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS, IS ATTACHED TO ALL MAILED COPIES OF THIS NOTICE. HOWEVER, YOUR RIGHTS MAY BE DETERMINED BY PREVIOUS STATUTES. A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-104 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE AT LEAST FIFTEEN (15) CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO THE FIRST SCHEDULED SALE DATE OR ANY DATE TO WHICH THE SALE IS CONTINUED; A NOTICE OF INTENT TO REDEEM FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-302 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE WITHIN EIGHT (8) BUSINESS DAYS FOLLOWING THE SALE; DATE: 1/3/2011. Karen Arnold Public Trustee of Rio Blanco County, State of Colorado /s/Karen Arnold By: Karen Arnold, Public Trustee ( S E A L) PUBLIC TRUSTEE RIO BLANCO CO COLO. The name, address, telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Lawrence F. Peek Attorney at Law, 2910 Black Canyon Road, Colorado Strings, CO 80904, (719) 337-0308, Attorney file #: Owens. The attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. (c)Colorado Public Trustees’ Association Revised 12/2009.
COMBINED NOTICE CRS 38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 11-03 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On January 27, 2011, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Rio Blanco records. Original Grantor(s): David Alan Saxton and Debra Lorrine Saxton Original Beneficiary(ies): Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Date of Deed of Trust: 6/22/2007 County of Recording: Rio Blanco Recording Date of Deed of Trust: 6/25/2007 Recording Reception Number: 289004 Original Principal Amount: $276,800.00 Outstanding Principal Balance: $268,635.75 Pursuant to CRS 38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. LOT 1 GOODRICH MINOR SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF FILED DECEMBER 21, 2001 AS RECEPTION NO. 271372 RIO BLANCO COUNTY, COLORADO Also known by street and number as: 310 School St, Meeker, CO 81641 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 06/01/2011, at Office of the Public Trustee, Rio Blanco County Courthouse, 555 Main Street, Meeker CO 81641, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 4/14/2011 Last Publication: 5/12/2011 Name of Publication: Rio Blanco Herald Times NOTICE OF RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE AN INTEREST IN THE REAL PROPERTY BEING FORECLOSED, OR HAVE CERTAIN RIGHTS OR SUFFER CERTAIN LIABILITIES PURSUANT TO COLORADO STATUTES AS A RESULT OF SAID FORECLOSURE. YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO REDEEM SAID REAL PROPERTY OR YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO CURE A DEFAULT UNDER THE DEED OF TRUST BEING FORECLOSED. A COPY OF SAID STATUTES, AS SUCH STATUTES ARE PRESENTLY CONSTITUTED, WHICH MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS, IS ATTACHED TO ALL MAILED COPIES OFTHIS NOTICE. HOWEVER, YOUR RIGHTS MAY BE DETERMINED BY PREVIOUS STATUTES. A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-104 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE AT LEAST FIFTEEN (15) CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO THE FIRST SCHEDULED SALE DATE OR ANY DATE TO WHICH THE SALE IS CONTINUED; A NOTICE OF INTENT TO REDEEM FILED PURSUANT TO SECTION 38-38-302 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE WITHIN EIGHT (8) BUSINESS DAYS FOLLOWING THE SALE; Karen Arnold Public Trustee of Rio Blanco County, State of Colorado /s/Karen Arnold By: Karen Arnold, Public Trustee ( S E A L) PUBLIC TRUSTEE RIO BLANCO CO COLO The name, address, telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Robert J. Aronowitz, Esq. #5673, Monica Kadrmas #34904, Randall M. Chin, Esq. #31149, Stacey L. Aronowitz, Esq. #36290, Andrea Rickles-Jordan #39005, Susan J. Hendrick #33196, Joel T. Mecklenberg, Esq. #36291, Joan Olson, Esq. #28078, Lisa Cancanon Esq. #42043 Aronowitz & Mecklenburg, L.L.P. 1199 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204 (303) 813-1177 Attorney file #: 9105.01053 The attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. (c)Colorado Public Trustees’ Association Revised 12/2009.