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! OB SUNDAY, MAY 18, 2014 Classifieds SIDNEY HERALD PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Intent to Trans- fer Location of Air Quality Permit (Pursuant to Sec- tion 75-2-211, MCA, and ARM Title 17, Chapter 8, Subchapter 7, PERMIT, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF AIR CONTAMINANT SOURCES). o Fisher Sand and Gravel submitted to the division Co will file on or about within 15 days after the 05/19/14 a notification of date of this publication. intent to transfer location (Publish May 18, 2014) of an air quality permit with the Permitting and MNAXLP compliance Division/Air Resources Management Bureau of the Montana NOTICE TO ALL Department of Environ- PROPERTY mental Quality. Applicant seeks approval of its OWNERS transfer of location of Jaw, JCI cone Crusher, Generator. Air Quality Permit #3339-00, 3075-01, &3198-02 TO: ND. Oliver County, ND. The division must ap- prove or disapprove the permit transfer within 30 days of receipt of a com- plete notice of intent. Any member of the public with questions or who wishes to review a copy each year and to keep of the Dermit and the divi- such property in compli- sion's analysis of it, or to ance with said sections of submit comments on the the chapter through No- change of location must vember 30th of each contact the division at year• 1520 East Sixth Street P.O. Box 200901 He- City Code Title 9, Chap- lena, Montana ter 5-3(B); Failure to 59620-0901 phone comply with these re- (406 444-3490. quirements may cause Any comments on the Io- the city to remove or cut cation transfer must be the weeds and lawn grass and to charge the costs thereof against the real property, together with a penalty of fifty dol- lars ($50.00) for each time the city provides the removal or cutting. If any persons or property owners have questions or concerns regarding the above notice, please con- tact the City of Sidney, Department of Public Notice to all property Works. owner and residents of (Publish May 4, 11, and the City of Sidney. City 18, 2014) code Title 9, Chapter 5-3(A) requires; "All MNAXLP owner of real property or agents having control thereof are responsible for destroying removing, or cutting all weeds and lawn grass to comply with the requirements set forth in Title 9, Chapter 5-1 and 5-2 of this chapter no later than April 30th of Notice of Public Meeting Notice is hereby given the Board of County Commissioners of Rich- land County, Montana will at its regularly sched- MUSICRANCHMONTANA.NET 406-222-2255 I " i;i: .......... iliiili ;! I JEIBff MIUIM- = ............ I NAOMIBRISTOW Ju112 JIMMY FORTUN_E , . 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Call Creative Finance & Investments @ 406-721-1444 or visit www.creative- uled meeting on Tues- day, May 27, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. in the Commis- sion Chambers in the Richland County Court- house, 201 West Main Street, Sidney, Montana consider whether the county should approve, conditionally approve or deny the changes to the approved preliminary plat application for the Eagle RV Park subdivision ap- plication. Changes to the approved application storm water grade and drainage plan that in- cludes the design layout, type and 'configuration. Patte M. Redmond, also known as Patte M. Gar- ner and Robert D. Garner are the owners and de- velopers of the subject property. The proposed IV-Park is located in the Northwest corner of GOVT LOT 4 of Section 19, Township 22 North (T22N), Range 59 East(R59E), four (4) miles south of the City of Sidney in Richland County, Montana. The proposed IV-Park cre- ates thirty (40) IV-spaces. The pro- posed RV-Park is pro- posing to use the existing approach on Montana Highway 16 and County Road 120. The proposed IV-Park is located on the west side of Montana Highway 16. Contact the Richland County Planner at 123 West Main Street, Suite 2, Sidney, Montana 59270; by email at mhamburq@ richland.0rg to obtain further informa- tion or a copy of the amended application ma- terials or staff report. If you wish to submit writ- ten comments, please do so by 12 p.m. on May 27, 2014. Contact Richland County Clerk and Recorder, 201 West Main, Sidney, Mon- tana, 59270; by email at sverhasselt @ richlandl.ora: or call 406-433-1708 to request an accommoda- tion for a disability. Dated in Sidney, Mon- tana on this 15thday of May, 2014. Stephanie Verhasselt Clerk and Recorder Richland County, MT (Publish May 18 and 25, 2014) MNAXLP Notice of Public Meeting Notice is hereby given the Board of County Commissioners of Rich- land County, Montana will at its regularly sched- uled meet ng on Monday, May 19, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. in the Commission Chambers in the Rich- land County Courthouse, 201 West Main Street, Sidney, Montana con- sider whether the county should approve or deny the Final Amended Plat of Minor Subdivision #58. Thomas S. Lorenz and Marilynn K. Lorenz are the owners and Thomas S. Lorenz is the devel- oper of the subject prop- erty. The proposed minor sub- division is located in the South one-half ($1/2) of the Southwest Quarter (SWl/4) of Section 7, Township 22 North (T22N) Range 59 East (R59E) also known as Tract 2 of Minor Subdivi- sion #58 in Richland County. The proposed lots will have road access via County Road 122. The proposed subdivision creates five (5) residen- tial lots with Lot 5 having an existing home. The proposed subdivision is located on the west side of Highway 16 and on the north side of County Road 122. The proposed subdivision is located ap- proximately 3.3 miles southwest of the City of Sidney, Montana• Contact the Richland County Planner at 123 West Main Street, Ste 2, Sidney, Montana 59270; by email at mhamburq@richland.or g to obtain further infor- mation or a copy of the staff report. Contact Richland County Clerk and Recorder, 201 West Main, Sidney, Mon- tana, 59270; by email at sverhasselt@ richlandl.oro: or call (406) 433-1708 to request an accommoda- tion for a disability. Dated at Sidney, Mon- tana this 8th day of May, 2014. Stephanie Verhasselt Clerk and Recorder Richland County, MT (Publish May 11 and 16, 2014) MNAXLP NOTICE Mike Weber Richland County Attorney 300 12th Avenue N.W., Ste. 7 Sidney, Montana 59270 Phone: 406-433-2505 Fax: 406-433-9989 MONTANA SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, RICHLAND COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RICK DEAN HABER, Deceased CASE NO. DP-13-51 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned has been appointed Spe- cial Administrator of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said de- ceased are required to present their claims within four (4) months af- ter the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be for- ever barred. Claims must be mailed to MARTIN CASEY, the Special Administrator, re- turn receipt requested at 34514 Highway 200, Sid- ney, Montana, 59270, or filed with the Clerk of the above-entitled Court. Dated this 13 day of May, 2014. MARTIN CASEY SPECIAL ADMINISTRA- TOR (Publish May 18, 25, and June 1, 2014) MNAXLP Meal Bid Invitation Richland County hereby invites for Sidney congre- ate bids for the elderly r July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014. Meals served must be acceptable to the elderly consumer and meet 1/3 IDA. Meals will be served on days and times mutually agreed upon by the two parties. The fol- lowing meal patter in re- quired: Meat or meat alternate- 3 edible ounces Vegetables and fruit- 3 edible ounces Vegetable serving -1 cup leafy greens or 1/2 cup cooked Billings Livestock Commission Horse Sale Billings, MT One BIG Day! Saturdoy, May 24 LOOSE SELL 8 Catalog 12 noon 300* celog horses sell HE SELLS/ 406.245.4151 j D ); )L% ¸ : YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW and be informed of the functions of your government are embodied in legal notices. In that self- government charges all citizens to be informed, this newspaper urges every citizen to read and study these notices. We strongly advise those citizens seeking further information to exercise their right to access to public records and public meetings. Fruit serving -1/2cup or 1 serving Grains- 2 servings (whole grains: 100% whole wheat breads, pastas, brown rice) Dessert- 1 serving Milk or dairy equivalent- 1 serving Coffee or hot tea The caterer is responsible for following all safety and sanitation regulations as established by the State o Montana. The caterer is responsible for paying all costs of food, supplies, la- bor and other costs as necessary in providing the meals. Meals may be served on site or catered to another location. The location of meals served on site must be accessible to people with disabilities. Bids must be received in the courthouse (201 W Main-Commissioner's Of- rice) by 11am on May 19. Bids will be opened at 11am on May 19. Please mark the envelope "Meal Bid". Richland County re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. (Publish May 11 and 18, 2014) MNAXLP Advertisement for Bids- Sidney-Richland Regional Airport KLJ 2514100 SECTION 1.1 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SIDNEY-RICHLAND REGIONAL AIRPORT SIDNEY, MONTANA AlP 3-30-0070-020-2014 Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the construction of airport im- provements for Sidney-Richland Airport, Sidney, Montana, will be received by the Sidney-Richland Airport Authority, until 2:00 PM (local time), on May 30, 2014. Bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud at the Pilots Lounge at the Sidney-Richland Re- gional Airport in Sidney, Montana. The bid documents are to be mailed or delivered to the Sidney-Richland L-881 PAPI System 1 Each Plans and specifications are on file and may be seen at the Sidney-Rich- land Regional Airport, Sidney, Montana, and the offices of KLJ, 2611 Ga- bel Road, Billings, Mon- tana 59102. Copies of the plans and specifications and bid- ding documents may be obtained by payment of $60.00 (non-refundable) fee to KLJ, 2611 Gabel Road, Billings, MT 59102, for each set so obtained. A complete set of digital project bidding documents may also be obtained at "Pro- jects For Bid" or You may download the digital plans and specifications and bidding documents for $18.00 by inputting Quest project number 3286745 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact at 952-233-1632 or for assistance in free mem- bership registration, downloading, and work- ing with this digital project information. Only those planholders which are on the official planholders list may bid on this pro- ject. Bidders must have purchased a set of bid- ding documents from the office of KLJ, or through Each bid shall be accom- panied by a separate en- velope containing a bid security made payable to the Sidney-Richland Air- port Authority in the amount of ten (10) per- cent of the total bid price. The security may consist of cash, a cashier's check, a certified check, a bank money order, a certificate of deposit, a money market certificate, or a bank draft. The se- curity must be drawn add issued by a federally chartered or state-char- tered bank or savings and loan association that is insured by or for which insurance is administered by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; drawn and issued by a credit union insured by the National Credit Union Airport Authority at the, Share InsuranCe Fund; or Sidney-Richland Re- a bid bond or bonds exe- gional Airport, PC Box cuted by a surety com- 1050, 540 Airport Road, pany authorized to do Sidney, Montana 59270, and shall be sealed and endorsed, "Airport Im- provements, Airport Name, AlP No. 3-30-0070-020-2014". Any bids received after the designated time above will be returned to the bidder unopened. The proposed work in- cludes for all bid sched- ules includes the follow- ing approximate quanti- ties: Base Bid Schedule I -Electrical Improvements Item Quantity Unit Airport Rotating Beacon 1 L.S. #8 5 kV, L-824 Type C Cable 1,535 L.R 2" Electrical Conduit 206 L.F. Reinstall Edge Light 8 Each Gary Grengs Saturday, June 7, 2014 • 10:00 am DIRECTIONS: From Mohall - County Road 9 - 7 mL N, turn left, 2 mi W on City, Rd. 4, then S 1 mi. From Loraine - 1/2 mi. E, 1 mi S S H( ESAB Stealth 5000 Automlie Welde Cutter PCM-1125 Arc Welder Portable Air Compressor Mitre Band Saw Clausing Iron Turning Lathe Bead Blaster Valve Grinder- for Seats & Heads on Motors 429 Motor Engine Hoist Clearing 45 Punch Press Ellis Model 1600 Sand Saw Pay/eider Forks - 8' Scrap Iron Golf Cart, Parts Only Maxim Outdoor Wood Pellet Corn Furnace, M250, New Keho Super Flow 220 Fan Craftsman Tool Boxes eeWait Teals Good Quality Name Brand (Craftsman, JS, HaWaii) Tools 265175tR16 Goodyear Tires with Rims Truck Tires Lots of Auminum & Scrap Iron HOUSEHOLD & rISC. Leather Couch & Misc Furniture Table & Chairs (2 Sets) Piano & Organ Queen Size Bed Sets Bose Surround Sound Maytag Washer & Dryer POOl Table Staiger Panther Tractor 1000. 335 hp, 7.418 hrs., Powershift Trans FlexiCot 2370 Fertilizer Cart John Deere 3235 Lawn Mower, 72  Deck. w/ other Attach. Felling Tandem Trailer, 6'x26' w/Breakaway System Automatic Super S Grain Dryer Water Tank (500 Gal.) on Trailer Summers Sprayer, 60', 500 Get Tank 3 Hopper Bottom Bins (to be moved) 2 - 3,400 bu., 1 - 1,650 bu. 8' John Deere Cultivator 1985 Lode King Fertilizer Tank Westfield WR80-26 Electdc Auger Arts Way 690 Beet Lifter John Deem 9350 Hoe Oh[I, 40' John Deere 7t00 8 Row Corn Plantar 2005 John Deere 544 J Payloader. 3,158 hrs., #DW544JZ600311 2005 New Holland 433 Tractor, TNTODA, 630 hrs., 1GCHK2.3295F872719 Belly Mower. 6' Hyster 50 Forklift, LP Gas, Solid Tires, Side Shift, 3 Stage, #D-472830 Gidding Rotary Soil Sampler 3 Pt. Gooseneck Hitch for John Deere Tractor Universal Sale Spear for Skidateer 100 Gal Service Tank Photo identification required to obtain biddinE number. YEHICLES 1934 Chevrolet Pckap. Red, 350, 471 Blower , 1934 Chevrolet Roadster, Black, 350. Fiberglass 1967 Chevelle SS 396, 427HP, 4 spd. 2012 Dodge Challenger 392 eng. 16 500 mL VIN 2C3CDYCJXCH154336 2013 Jeep Cherokee Overland, 30,000 mi., leather, leaded, VIN 1CARJFCT5DC578029 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP. 4 Dr., VIN 2G2WR524641179351 2006 Honda Shadow Sabre, 56 miles, VT1100C2 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe, 66,875 mi., 4x4, VlN 3GNEKlSRSXG11876 2008 GMC Sierra K1500 pickup, 4x4, Sunroof, VIN 2GTEK 13J681330462 2005 Chevy Duramax 2500 HO. Shortbox, 105,000 mi 1980 Pelerblt Grain Track, 23' Alum. Box, 96,320 mL, 13 spd., VIN 135059P 2002 Timpta ST 42' Semi Trailer, V Hopper Bottom 1991 Peterbiit 378 CON, Truck, VIN VIN 1XPFD89XTMD311058 Caterpillar 930 Payloader, Bad Motor 1992 ½Arctic Cat 550 EFI Ext, 2,253 mi. : " .......... " .... S::: :" Auctioneer's note: This is a sale you don't want to miss! Spend the day with us, something for everyone. Check our Facebook page for more pictures/ business in the State of Montana. After a contract is awarded, the success- ful bidder will be required to furnish a performance and payment bonds, each in the amount of one-hundred percent (100%) of the contract. Bidders will be required to have a current Mon- tana Public Contractor's Registration• Subcontrac- tors for work over $5,000 shall also be the holder of a Montana Public Con- tractor's Registration of the proper classification. The proposed contract is subject to minimum wage rates as established by the Department of Labor for this project and are contained in the project manual Each Bidder hereby agrees to commence and complete the work under this contract within the time schedule indicated and further agree to pay as liquidated damages the sum as shown for each consecutive calen- dar day thereafter as pro- vided in the following schedule: Base Bid Schedule I 15 Calendar Days for Sub- stantial Completion It is anticipated a Notice to Proceed will be issued before September 1, 2014. Bidders are required to acknowledge that for each calendar day that any work remains un- completed after the con- tract time for substantial completion has expired that liquidated damages shall be assessed in the amount of $500 per cal- endar day for every cal- endar day beyond the scheduled calendar days indicated on the contract until substantial comple- tion has been achieved.. Following substantial completion, an additional 30 calendar days will be allowed for the Contrac- tor to complete the pre- requisites to final accep- tance. If final acceptance is not achieved within 30 calendar days following substantial completion, liquidated damages in the amount of $100 per cal- endar day shall be as- sessed for every calen- dar day thereafter until fi- nal acceptance has been achieved• Award of contract or con- tracts will be contingent upon securing funding from the Federal Aviation Administration. The Sidney-Richland Air- port Authority reserves the right to hold all bids for a period of sixty (60) days after the date fixed for the opening thereof and to reject any and all bids and waive defects and to accept any bid should it be deemed for the public good and also reserves the right to re- ject the bid of any party who has been delinquent or unfaithful in the per- formance of any former contract to the Owner. Award of the contract is also subject to the follow- ing Federal provisions: .Buy American Prefer- ence -Title 49 U.S.C., Chapter 501 .Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title Vl - Contractor Contractual Requirements - 49 CFR Part 21 .Airport and Airway Im- provement Act of 1982, Section 520 -Title 49 U,S.C: 47123 .Lobbying and Influencing Federal Employees - 49 CFR Part 20 .Access to Records and Reports -49 CFR Part 18.36 .Disadvantaged Business Enterprise -49 CFR Part 26 .Energy Conservation -49 CFR Part 18.36 .Breach of Contract Terms -49 CFR Part 18.36 • Rights to Inventions -49 CFR Part 18.36 .Trade Restriction Clause - 49 CFR Part 30 • Veteran's Preference -Title 49 U.S.C. 47112 . Davis Bacon Labor Pro- visions - 29 CFR Part 5 • Equal Opportunity Clause -41 CFR Part 60-1.4 .Certification of Non-Seg- regated Facilities - 41 CFR Part 60-1.8 .Notice of Requirement for Affirmative Action -41 CFR Part 60-4.2 .Equal Employment Op- portunity Specification -41 CFR Part 60-4.3 .Termination of Contract - 49 CFR Part 18.36 .Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion -49 CFR Part 29 .Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act Requirements - 29 CFR Part 5 .Clean Air and Water Pol- lution Control -49 CFR Part 18.36(i)(12) /s/Walt McNutt, Chairman Sidney-Richland Airport Authority Sidney, Montana (Publish May 4, 18 and 25 2014) MNAXLP Willing to work various shifts On Call. Full Benefits. Wage D.O.E. Part time, from s12.50 Hour - Full Benefits .o Apply At Sidney Store 902 S. Central Ave. Ask for Jessica.