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CHILI & Soup Supper. 5-7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22. Museum opens at 3 p.m. Richmond Museum, Richmond.

(Published November 22, 2014) TO:    Cecil & Pauline Green or any interested parties of the afore mentioned party. The following property has trash, junk & debris which is in violation of the city's nuisance ordinance: 519 N. King Legal: The West 140 feet of Lots 20 & 22, Block 1, Shaw & Ludington's Addition, in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas. Chapter 10, Article VI, of the City of Ottawa’s Municipal Code, (Ordinance No. 3134-95), prohibits any person to maintain or permit any nuisance within the City as defined: A.  Filth, excrement, lumber, rocks, dirt, cans, paper, trash, metal or any other offensive or disagreeable thing or substance thrown or left or deposited upon any street, avenue, alley, sidewalk, park, public or private enclosure or lot whether vacant or occupied. B.  All dead animals not removed within twenty-four (24) hours after death. C.  Any place or structure or substance which emits or causes any offensive, disagreeable or nauseous odors. D.  All stagnant ponds or pools or water. E.  All grass or weeds or other unsightly vegetation not usually cultivated or grown for domestic use or to be marketed or for ornamental purposes. F.   Abandoned iceboxes or refrigerators kept on the premises under the control of any person, or deposited on the sanitary landfill, or any icebox or refrigerator not in actual use as a refrigerator unless the door, opening or lid thereof is unhinged, or unfastened and removed there from. G.  All articles or things whatsoever caused, kept, maintained or permitted by any person to the injury, annoyance or inconvenience of the public or of any neighborhood. H.  Any fence, structure, thing or substance placed upon or being upon any street, sidewalk, alley or public ground so as to obstruct the same, except as permitted by the laws of the City. I.    Any condition which provides for harborage for rats, mice, snakes or other vermin; J.   Improperly stored appliances, furniture, or other machinery which constitute a hazard to children. Owners or persons in charge are required to remove the downed tree and brush within ten (10) days of the date of this publication and no later than, December 1, 2014.  If they do not, the City will remove the downed tree and brush.  The property owner will be charged an administrative fee of $85.00, cost of any publications, plus the actual cost of the cutting. Please contact the Planning Department, by phone at (785) 229-3620 (City Hall), if there are any questions about this ordinance.  If a hearing is needed before the Hearing Officer, please contact the City Clerk within five (5) days of the publication of this notice. Carolyn S. Snethen City Clerk

(Published November 22, 2014) PUBLIC NOTICE—All items stored in Units #518, 820, & 1211 at 1112 N. Main, Ottawa, will be sold at 3:00PM on 12/12/2014 at 1112 N. Main if all rent is not paid in full by 2:59PM on 12/12/2014. Terms: cash.  

CINDY KEELEY Gifted vocalist and speaker will be our guest at New Life in Christ Church 10:30 -2:30, Sunday, Nov. 23. New LIfe in Christ, 504 N. Oak, Ottawa. Info (785) 229-9517.

(Published November 22, 2014) BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, KANSAS RESOLUTION NO. 14-31 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPROVING SPECIAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION #1409-1301 (SYLVESTER RANCH) TO PERMIT THE PLACEMENT OF A 400 SQUARE FOOT NON-ILLUMINATED BUSINESS WALL SIGN IN AN “A-1” AGRICULTURE ZONE WHEREAS, Franklin County, Kansas is a county municipal government, organized pursuant to K.S.A. 19-101; and WHEREAS, The Franklin County Board of County Commissioners did adopt Resolution # 23-91 creating the Franklin County Planning Commission as provided in K.S.A. 12-744; and WHEREAS, the Franklin County Planning Commission did publish notice on September 27th, 2014 that public hearing would be held to consider Special Use Permit application #1409-1301 (Sylvester Ranch) as required by K.S.A. 12-757 and Article 19, Section 19-3.03 of the Franklin County Zoning Regulations; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission did on October 16th, 2014 hold a public hearing for the consideration of Special Use Permit application #1409-1301 to permit the placement of a 400 square foot non-illuminated business wall sign in an “A-1” Agriculture Zoning District; and WHEREAS, the Franklin County Board of County Commissioners did adopt Zoning Regulations on August 14th, 2002 which included Article 19, Section 19-1 through 19-5 setting out the procedures and basis for review in considering a Special Use Permit, including the following criteria: a. Whether the use is in compliance with, and would further enhance, the implementation of the adopted Comprehensive Plan; b. Whether the use complies with the purpose and intent of the adopted Zoning Regulations; c. Whether the use complies with other adopted standards of the County; d. Whether the use fits the character of the neighborhood; e. Whether the use would be unduly detrimental to surrounding properties and uses; f. The suitability of the subject property for the proposed use; g. Approval of mitigation measures to minimize impacts to surrounding properties or services; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Franklin County, after duly reviewing the recommendation of the Planning Commission together with all public comments for and against said Special Use Permit finds: 1. That the Special Use Permit is consistent with the County Zoning Regulations 2. That the Special Use Permit is in conformance with, and would further enhance, the County Comprehensive Plan 3. That, as conditioned, the Special Use Permit will not overburden the County roads and other public services 4. That, as conditioned, the Special Use Permit will not unduly affect the character of the surrounding community 5. That, as conditioned, the Special Use Permit will not impact property values of the surrounding properties 6. That, as conditioned, the Special Use Permit will comply with all other County Codes and Regulations 7. That the subject property is suitable for the proposed use. NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Resolved, that the Franklin County Board of County Commissioners does hereby approve Special Use Permit Application #1409-1301 (Sylvester Ranch, Inc.) to permit the placement of a 400 square foot non-illuminated business wall sign in an “A-1” Agriculture Zoning District as follows: Section 1: Special Use Permit #1409-1301 (Sylvester Ranch, Inc.) is granted for the following described property: The Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section 20, Township 17 South, Range 19 East, less:  Beginning at the Southeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter of Section 20, Township 17 South, Range 19 East; THENCE West 417.42 feet; THENCE North 521.77 feet; THENCE East 417.42 feet; THENCE South 521.77 feet to the Point of Beginning containing 5.00 acres, more or less, and further excepting that land condemned for highway purposes, all in Franklin County Kansas. Section 2: The real property described above shall be authorized for the placement of a 400 square foot non-illuminated business wall sign pursuant to the Franklin County Zoning Regulations and the following conditions: 1. That the sign shall be maintained in good legible condition. 2. Minor modifications in size and message may be approved by the Planning Director.  Any major changes will require approval of an amended Special Use Permit. 3. That the special use permit shall be null and void by operation of law if the special use permit has not been initiated and utilized by commencing the activity or use at the site specified in said permit within one (1) year of the date of approval. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Franklin County Board of County Commissioners this 5th day of November, 2014. This action shall become effective upon publication in the official county newspaper. /s/ Steven W. Harris                                             Steven W. Harris                                                             Chairman Received and recorded this the 5th day of November, 2014.                                       /s/ Janet Paddock Janet Paddock County Clerk

(First Published November 22, 2014) (Last Published November 29, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE INTEREST OF A.G. Case No. 13 JC 46 DOB xx /xx /2000      A  female NOTICE OF HEARING-Publication Pursuant to K.S.A. 38-2237 TO: Jamie Lynn Graika (Mother), Paternal Grand parents,  and all other persons who are or may be concerned A motion to find the parent(s) of each child named above unfit and to terminate parental rights, appoint a permanent custodian, or enter such orders as are deemed appropriate and just  has been filed.  A hearing on that motion will be conducted on the 2nd day of December, 2014, at 11:00  a.m., in the Franklin County Courthouse in the city of Ottawa, Kansas. You must appear, or prior to that time file your written response to the pleading with the Clerk of this Court.   If the Court finds a parent or parents to be unfit, the Court may make an order permanently terminating the parent’s or parents’ rights.  Your failure to either to appear or respond will not prevent the Court from entering judgment granting the request contained in the pleading. William Walker, an attorney, has been appointed as guardian ad litem for the child.  Each parent or other legal custodian of the child has the right to appear and be heard personally either with or without an attorney.  The Court will appoint an attorney for a parent who is financially unable to hire one. No person receiving this notice shall be made a party or interested party to this action solely on the basis of this notice. BY: Linda Meier       Clerk of the District Court Franklin County, Kansas

(First Published November 22, 2014) (Last Published November 29, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE INTEREST OF A.L. Case No. 13 JC 47 DOB xx /xx /2002      A  male A.L. Case No. 13 JC 48 DOB xx/xx/2003        A male B.L. Case No. 13 JC 49 DOB xx/xx/2008        A male NOTICE OF HEARING-Publication Pursuant to K.S.A. 38-2237 TO: Jamie Lynn Graika (Mother), and all other per sons who are or may be concerned A motion to find the parent(s) of each child named above unfit and to terminate parental rights, appoint a permanent custodian, or enter such orders as are deemed appropriate and just  has been filed.  A hearing on that motion will be conducted on the 2nd day of December, 2014, at 11:00 a.m., in the Franklin County Courthouse in the city of Ottawa, Kansas. You must appear, or prior to that time file your written response to the pleading with the Clerk of this Court.  If the Court finds a parent or parents to be unfit, the Court may make an order permanently terminating the parent’s or parents’ rights. Your failure to either to appear or respond will not prevent the Court from entering judgment granting the request contained in the pleading. William Walker, an attorney, has been appointed as guardian ad litem for the child.  Each parent or other legal custodian of the child has the right to appear and be heard personally either with or without an attorney.  The Court will appoint an attorney for a parent who is financially unable to hire one. No person receiving this notice shall be made a party or interested party to this action solely on the basis of this notice. BY: Linda Meier       Clerk of the District Court Franklin County, Kansas

(Published November 22, 2014) Franklin County Services for the Elderly is submitting an application for capital and operating assistance for transportation under the U.S.C. 5311 (rural public transportation) of the Federal Transit Act. The application will be for capital funds to replace vehicle(s) in our current fleet and for operating funds to help provide transportation services in the area. Written comments and questions in regards to this application are encouraged and will be accepted until December 31, 2014 and should be sent to: Cathy E. Duderstadt, Coordinator at 1538 Industrial Ave. Ottawa, KS 66067.

(Published November 22, 2014) Franklin County Services for the Elderly receives Federal Transit Admistration (FTA) operating dollars. This funding is utilized for the purchase of fuel, insurance, equipment maintenance and storage. This agency is seeking Kansas Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certified companies as potential vendors for these services. Please contact RaJeanna Barnhart at (785) 242-7440 if you are a DBE or are interested in learning more about the DBE program.

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2015, Franklin County Services for the Elderly will convert from a donation system for rides to a set fee structure. Rides within Ottawa will cost $1 each way. Rides within Franklin County to go outside Ottawa will cost $2 each way. Round-trip medical transportation outside of Franklin County will cost $10. Transportation drivers will not be equipped to make change. Please contact RaJeanna Barnhart at (785) 242-7440 for additional information.

(First Published November 22, 2014) Due to nonpayment of rent, the property of the following individual, Alyssa Schrick, will be released for sale December 8, 2014 if account is not paid in full.

MISSING FEMALE black cat on November 4, HWY 50 and Iowa Rds. Goes by the name Char. Call (785) 418-3093.

toys for Kids Parade. 2 p.m., Nov. 22. Main St., Ottawa.

Christmas Craft Festival, Burlington, KS. Saturday, Nov. 22rd. Burlington Middle School. Craft & Gift Annex 9 am - 4 pm. Over 150 booths under one roof!

LEANNE L. HINER, Pomona, Kansas, filed a Petition for Divorce from Richard W. Hiner, Pomona, Kansas, November 3, 2014, in Shawnee County District Court, Topeka, Kansas.

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