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Request for Qualifications/Pricing
In Preparation for an Energy Savings Contract
Issued by: Delphi Community School Corporation
February 18, 2019
Delphi, Indiana

Request For Qualifications/Pricing
For Guaranteed Savings Contract
Notice is hereby given that Delphi Community School Corporation shall receive
proposals for a Guaranteed Savings Contract until 11:00 am on Monday, April 1,
2019 at the Office of the Administration located at 501 Armory Road, Delphi, IN
46923. Proposals will be in accordance with IC36-1-12.5 and the Request for
Qualifications (RFQ/P) guidelines. For more information contact Greg Briles,
Superintendent, at (765) 564-1200.
All Bids must include a proposal with the content and in the format described
within the RFQ/P.
The Board reserves the right to terminate this project prior to bids being received, to reject any and all proposals and to be the sole judge of the value and
merit of the proposals offered.
OVERVIEW
The Delphi Community School Corporation in Delphi, Indiana is seeking the
submission of qualifications with pricing from qualified and interested firms capable of providing comprehensive energy management, roof inspection, roof
asset-management, roof rehabilitation, roof restoration and roof replacement
services for all of its roofs and buildings in the response of this Request for Qualifications/ Pricing (RFQ/P). All energy and energy-related capital improvements
will be developed with a guaranteed savings plan to demonstrate and verify reductions in its Operating Fund (2018: HEA1009) for the buildings in accordance
with the Indiana Code 36-1-12.5, Guaranteed Energy Savings Contracts and
Energy Efficiency Programs.
PROJECT SCOPE
The goal of Delphi Community School Corporation is to develop and implement a comprehensive, multi-year, roof evaluation and energy reduction/energy
star roof rehabilitation plan. This roof plan will tie into the School Corporation’s
overall energy management plan and it will start with roof rehabilitation in the
summer of 2019.
Potential energy efficiency measures are partially described in IC 36-1-12.5-1.
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE FIRM
Delphi Community School Corporation will seek qualifications and pricing from
interested parties from the selected qualified energy services provider and may
award a contract to the firm that, in its sole opinion, is most capable of providing
the range of services described and anticipated by this RFQ/P, and in the longterm best interest of DCSC. To be considered for this project, a Qualified
Provider must demonstrate knowledge and experience in similar projects from
the following:
• Adequate financial resources to support the range of project scopes anticipated. • References that can attest to the quality of the Qualified Providers past work.
• A proven track record of completed roof rehabilitation and restoration projects
in the state of Indiana by the responding firm. The Qualified Provider must
demonstrate proof of having completed a minimum of twenty (20) Indiana Public K-12 School projects in the State of Indiana by the responding firm.
• An established record of technical performance on energy related projects. The
responding firm must provide a resume of its internal engineer(s) and roof consultants for the project. Provide the State of Indiana Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) name and number for the P.E. who will approve and stamp the
project.
• A proven record of on-time and on-budget performance.
• Trained and knowledgeable staff.
• Competent management support at all levels.
• Ability to work in a dynamic, fluid and progressive environment.
• Ability to effectively communicate with Delphi Community School Corporation
and its representatives, as necessary.
Delphi Community School Corporation reserves the right to investigate the
qualifications of all Providers under consideration and to confirm any part of the
information furnished by a Qualified Provider, or to require other evidence of
managerial, financial or technical capabilities that are considered necessary for
the successful performance of the contract.
The intent of this RFQ/P is to select a firm to develop specifications, drawings
and associated documents required to perform roof rehabilitation and or restoration and roof replacement projects throughout the entire school district. This work
includes negotiating the scope and pricing and implementing future Guaranteed
Energy Savings Contracts.
SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS
The submitting Providers must have demonstrated technical and managerial
capability across a broad range of energy, design, construction, roofing, operations and maintenance areas. Delphi Community School Corporation will consider the following background and experience factors in the evaluation of all
responses.
Response Format:
1. Cover Page
2. Table of Contents
• Responses shall include a table of contents properly indicating the section and
page numbers of the information included.
3. Executive Summary
• Responses shall include a concise abstract of no more than two (2) pages. Include a detailed scope of work in your executive summary and list the 20+ K-12
school corporations where you have performed roof rehabilitation and restoration. 4. General
Include the following information on the Qualified Provider:
• Name of Company
• Address
• Telephone Number
• Fax Number/email
• Contact Person for this Project
5. Firm’s Qualifications and Management
• Number of Years Company Has Operated in Indiana.
• Number of Years the Indiana-based office of the responding firm has performed
guaranteed energy savings projects.
• List the 20+, K12 roof restoration projects that have been completed in the
state of Indiana.
• Identify how many square feet of roofing your firm has restored in Indiana over
the past 20 years.
• Identify any litigation your firm has been engaged in due to faulty roofing and
or roof issues.
• Include your proposed roof asset management plan with budgets.
• When was the responding firm’s first energy project installed in the State of Indiana? • Who was the customer? How big was the project? Details of Project?
• List the Lead Personnel employed by the responding firm involved in this project. Include a resume on each person listing education, experience, work history, and responsibilities on this project.
• An up to date Letter of Bondability showing the Company’s aggregate project
bonding amount.
• Include a copy of the certifications from the Indiana Department of Public Works
that proves the responding firm is a Certified Design Professional Services
Provider and Certified Contractor for projects in excess of $150,000.00.
6. Engineering
Each Qualified Provider shall provide the information requested below regarding
the engineering services they will provide if selected to implement this project:

• In-house Engineering Staff: Provide resumes on all Professional Engineers
registered in the State of Indiana who are direct employees of the Qualified
Provider and reside in responding branch only who will perform engineering
services on this project. In addition, list all other technical personnel who are direct employees of the Qualified Provider who will perform engineering services
on this project. Specifically identify which engineers will be performing which
engineering services.
• Engineering Approach: Include a detailed explanation of how engineering services will be implemented. This explanation should include the people, specific
engineering services, timeline and external forces that could affect his approach.
7. Training and Support Services
• Explain Qualified Provider’s plan for providing training and support services.
• Range of Services: Describe the range of services being offered by your firm,
such as roof consultation, diagnostical approach using infrared, roof product certifications, roof product/s being recommended for the project, step-by step installation procedures warranty length, maintenance plans, training, follow-ups,
auditing, etc.
• Explain how you (the responding firm) will provide ongoing support services for
Delphi Schools.
8. Performance Assurance
• Explain how the Qualified Provider plans to address performance assurance.
In-house Personnel: Include resumes on any Measurement and Verification
Specialist and Measurement and Verification Supervisor in direct employment of
the Qualified Provider. Measurement and Verification Specialists responsible
for this project must reside in responding office, branch or facility. Please list address and location of these specialists.
• Please list all Installation Disciplines the responding company will self-perform
for this project and demonstrate your expertise in these areas
• Organization: Describe the organization the Qualified Provider has in place to
ensure successful performance over the warranty period guarantee term.
• Baseline Methodology: Describe the methodology used to compute the energy baseline.
• Discuss energy measurement, verification protocol being used and conformance with International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol
(IPMVP).
• Past Guarantees: Provide a reference list identifying the following for ten (10)
Indiana customers that falls within IC36-1-12.5 with which the Qualified Provider
has a performance guarantee.
• Performance and Payment Bonds: Performance and Payment bonds will be
required per IC36-1-12.5 to insure the faithful execution of the proposed guaranteed savings construction project. All Qualified Providers must provide Proof
of Bondability with their RFQ/P response from the surety from whom they intend
to purchase performance bonds. These bonds must have a minimum rating of
A from Best rating service.
RFQ/P responses failing to provide a Letter of Bondability as described herein
will be rejected.
• The selected Qualified Provider must provide a commitment from its surety
company to provide a bond covering 100% of the estimated and non-stipulated
guaranteed energy savings amount over the term of the guarantee.
9. Names and telephone numbers of at least (2) two guaranteed energy savings project references for in which the installing and responding firm has been
contracted to install roofing projects with a brief description of the work that was
performed.
Upon review of all responses to this RFQ/P, Delphi Community School Corporation intends to enter into a contract with the most Qualified Provider. Delphi
Community School Corporation reserves the right to reject any and all RFQ/P responses. QUALIFICATIONS EVALUATIONS PROCESS
Delphi Community School Corporation’s evaluation and selection process requires that the appropriate specifications and terms of the RFQ/P be included in
the Qualified Providers submission.
The School Corporation may:
• Reject any or all Requests for Qualifications.
• Cancel the Request for Qualifications.
• Approve or disapprove the use of a particular subcontractor.
• Modify any requirements contained within the RFQ/P and request a revised
submission from all Qualified Providers.
• Negotiate with any, all, or none of the Qualified Providers.
• Establish a short list of Qualified Providers eligible for interview after review of
written qualifications.
• Accept the written qualification and seek a proposal for a specific scope of
Work, without negotiation, and issue a notice to proceed.
• Establish an added-value point system to use for selection.
• Establish other evaluation criteria determined to be in the best interest of the
Delphi Community School Corporation.
Note: This RFQ/P does not commit Delphi Community School Corporation to
negotiate a contract, nor does it obligate the above mentioned to pay for any
cost incurred in the preparation and submission of the qualifications or in anticipation of a contract. The school corporation reserves the right to contract with
any of the firms responding to this RFQ/P based solely upon its judgment of the
qualifications and capabilities of the firm.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Ten (10) original copies of this Request for Qualifications/Pricing must be received no later than 11:00 am on Monday, April 1 to the following:
Mr. Greg Briles
Delphi Community School Corporation
501 Armory Road
Delphi, IN 46923
Request for Qualifications/Pricing may be either mailed or hand delivered. Delphi Community School Corporation is not responsible for late delivery caused by
the Postal Service or private carriers. Any Request for Qualifications/Pricing received after the deadline will not be evaluated.
All submittals become the sole and unrestricted property of Delphi Community
School Corporation. The content of all submittals will be held confidential until the
selection of a Qualified Provider is made. Any “proprietary material” must be
clearly marked.
REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION
Any requests for clarification or additional information regarding this RFQ/P
shall be submitted by email only to Mr. Greg Briles at brilesg@delphi.k12.in.us.
ECONOMY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Qualifications should be prepared simply and economically and give a straightforward and concise description of the Qualified Provider’s capabilities to satisfy
the requirements of the project. Special bindings, colored displays, etc. are not
necessary. Emphasis should be placed on completeness and clarity of content.
PROPRIETARY MATERIAL
Any proprietary information in a submittal must be designated clearly and
should be bound separately and labeled with the words “PROPRIETARY INFORMATION”. Appropriate references to this information must appear in the
body of the qualifications. An entire submittal marked “PROPRIETARY INFORMATION” will not be accepted.
Qualified Providers should be aware that Delphi Community School Corporation is required by law to make its records available for public inspection with
certain exceptions. It is the School Board’s belief that this legal obligation would
not require the disclosure of proprietary, descriptive literature that contains valuable designs, drawings or documentation. However, the Qualified Provider, by
submission of materials marked “PROPRIETARY INFORMATION”, acknowledges that Delphi Community School Corporation will have no obligation or liability to the Qualified Provider in the event that either must disclose these
materials.
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TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN
DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND
ALL INTERESTED PARTIES
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
By virtue of a certified copy of a decree
to me directed from the Clerk of Circuit
Court of Carroll County, Indiana, in
Cause No. 08C01-1808-MF-000023
wherein Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, d/b/a Christiana Trust, not
in its individual capacity but solely in its
capacity as Owner Trustee of Matawin
Ventures Trust Series 2017-3 was
Plaintiff, and Sandra J Mummert, et al.,
were Defendants, requiring me to
make the sum as provided for in said
Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 27th day of March, 2019,
at the hour of 10am or as soon thereafter as is possible, at 310 W. Main
Street, Delphi, IN 46923, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in
Carroll County, Indiana.
THE SOUTH HALF (1/2) OF LOTS
NUMBER ELEVEN (11) AND
TWELVE (12) IN ELBERT F.
BLUE’S FIRST ADDITION TO
TOWN OF CAMDEN.
SUBJECT TO ALL LIENS, EASEMENTS AND ENCUMBRANCES
OF RECORD.
More commonly known as: 265
Indiana Street aka 265 N Indiana
Street, Camden, IN 46917
Parcel No. 08-07-16-003-049.000-
010 and 08-07-16-003-050.000-
010
Together with rents, issues, income,
and profits thereof, said sale will be
made without relief from valuation or
appraisement laws.
“Subject to all liens, encumbrances
and easements of record not otherwise extinguished in the proceedings known as Cause No.
08C01-1808-MF-000023 in the Circuit Court of the County of Carroll,
Indiana.”
Plaintiff Attorneys:
Matthew C. Gladwell (30493-49)
Joel F. Bornkamp (27410-49)
Christopher J. Arlinghaus (31680-15)
Gregory A. Stout (29517-15)
Adrienne M. Henning (26839-49)
Tobe H. Leazenby
Sheriff of Carroll County
Reisenfeld & Associates LLC
3962 Red Bank Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Voice: (513) 322-7000
Facsimile: (513) 322-7099
Jackson Township
265 Indiana Street aka N. Indiana
Street, Camden, IN 46917
Street Address
SERVICE DIRECTED TO:
The Sheriff’s Department does not
warrant the accuracy of the street addressed published herein
SHERIFF NO. 18-04806
Sandra J Mummert
265 N Indiana Street
Camden, IN 46917
State of Indiana Attorney General
c/o Highest Executive Officer Present
302 West Washington Street, South
5th Floor
Indianapolis, IN 46204
State of Indiana Department of
Revenue
c/o Highest Executive Officer Present
100 North Senate North 10
Indianapolis, IN 46204
This communication is from a debt
collector.
This is an attempt to collect a debt
and any information obtained will be
used for that purpose.
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TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN
DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND
ALL INTERESTED PARTIES
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
By virtue of a certified copy of a decree
to me directed from the Clerk of Circuit
Court of Carroll County, Indiana, in
Cause No. 08D01-1810-MF-000029
wherein Quicken Loans Inc. was Plaintiff, and Michael E. Ball, et al., was Defendant, requiring me to make the sum
as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public
sale to the highest bidder, on the 27th
day of March, 2019, at the hour of 10
a.m. or as soon thereafter as is possible, at 310 West Main Street, Delphi,
IN 46923, the fee simple of the whole
body of Real Estate in Carroll County,
Indiana.
Lot Number Twenty (20) in Harry
W. Stockton Addition to the Town of
Burlington, Carroll County, Indiana.
More commonly known as: 112 W
Stockton St, Burlington, IN 46915
Parcel No.: 08-09-34-012-034.000-
003
Together with rents, issues, income,
and profits thereof, said sale will be
made without relief from valuation or
appraisement laws.
David M. Johnson
30354-45
Doyle & Foutty, P.C.
41 E Washington Street
Suite 400
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Tobe H. Leazenby
Sheriff of Carroll County
Burlington Township
112 W Stockton St,
Burlington, IN 46915
Street Address
SHERIFF FILE NO: A338-177
The Sheriff’s Department does not
warrant the accuracy of the street addressed published herein
SERVICE DIRECTED TO:
Michael E. Ball
112 W. Stockton St.
Burlington, IN 46915
Type of Service: Sheriff
Occupant(s) of 112 W. Stockton St.,
Burlington, IN 46915
112 W. Stockton St.
Burlington, IN 46915
Type of Service: Sheriff
NOTICE
DOYLE & FOUTTY, P.C. IS A DEBT
COLLECTOR
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
ESTATE NO. 08C01-1901-ES-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF SHANE HINES, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that Kline
Sprague and Carrie Sprague were on
the 29th day of January, 2019, appointed Personal Representatives of
the Estate of Shane Hines, who died
on the 10th day of January, 2019.
All persons having claims against
said estate, whether or not now due,
must file the claim in the office of the
Clerk of this Court within three (3)
months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine (9)
months from the decedent’s death,
whichever is earlier, or the claims will
be forever barred.
Dated at Delphi, Indiana, this 8th
day of February, 2019.
Andrea S. Miller
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Carroll County, Indiana
FLORENCE ANNE BRIGGS
28 S. Center St.
Flora, IN 46929
Attorney for the Estate
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Notice is hereby given that separate
sealed bids will be received by the
Board of School Trustees of the
Rossville Consolidated School District
until 1:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time
(EST), on February 27, 2019, at the
Superintendent’s Office, 1 Robert Egly
Dr., PO Box 11, Rossville, IN 46065.
Lump Sum Bids will be received for
Furniture, opened and publicly read
aloud at 1:00 p.m., Eastern Standard
Time (EST), on February 27, 2019.
Copies of the Bidding Documents
are on file and open to public inspection at the Superintendent’s office during regular office hours on or after
February 13, 2019.
Bidders may obtain complete sets of
Bidding Documents by calling:
Rossville Consolidated School
District, 765-379-2990.
Bids shall be placed in sealed envelopes and addressed to Rossville
Consolidated School District and shall
list RCSD Furniture Bid, the name and
address of the bidder.
The Owner reserves the right to (1)
accept any bids by a Letter of Intent
within 60 (sixty) days after the time of
Bid Opening and a presentation of a
Form of Agreement within (30) thirty
days from the date of such Letter of Intent (2) at any time reject all bids and
(3) waive all informalities, irregularities,
or errors in the bidding, provided it is
not in violation of the Notice to Bidders
or the Statutes of the State of Indiana.
All prices quoted, are to be free of all
Federal Excise Taxes and State Sales
Tax, and upon request of supplier, tax
exemption certificate will be executed
by the Owner to the successful bidder
to cover all items subject to this tax.
Questions concerning the contract
documents or bidding procedures shall
be directed in writing via email to the
following: jhanna@rcsd.k12.in.us
Attention is called to the provisions
for equal employment opportunity, and
payment of not less than the minimum
salaries must be paid on this project.
Attention is called to the fact that the
Bidder must take affirmative action to
ensure that applicants are employed,
and that employees are treated during
employment, without regard to their
race, color, religion, sex or natural origin. Each Bidder may be asked to submit a completed Contractor’s Qualification Statement.
The Owner reserves the right to reject each bid, and to waive informalities, irregularities, and errors in the
bidding to the extent permitted by
Law. In addition, the Owner reserves
the right to make the decision in the
best interest of Rossville Consolidated
School District even if that decision
means not accepting the lowest bidder. This includes the right to extend
the date and time for receipt of bids.
The Board of School Trustees of the
Rossville Consolidated School District
Mike Emens, Board Secretary
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of
Carroll Circuit Court of Carroll
County, Indiana, in Cause No.
08C01-1809-MF-000024 wherein
Regions Bank d/b/a Regions Mortgage was Plaintiff, and The Unknown Heirs and Devisees of
Herman G. Butz III, Deceased was a
Defendant, required me to make the
sum as provided for in said Decree
with interest and cost, I will expose
at public sale to the highest bidder,
on the 27th day of March, 2019, at
the hour of 10 am, or as soon thereafter as is possible, at 310 West
Main Street, Delphi, IN 46923, the
fee simple of the whole body of Real
Estate in Carroll County, Indiana.
Lot Number Nine (9) and Ten (10)
in the Original Plat of the Town of
Radnor.
More commonly known as 2539
S 585 W, Delphi, IN 46923-8894
Parcel No. 08-11-22-000-
036.000- 01408- 11- 22- 000-
037.000-014
Together with rents, issues, income
and profits thereof, said sale will be
made without relief from valuation or
appraisement laws.
MATTHEW S. LOVE,
Plaintiff Attorney
Attorney # 18762-29
FEIWELL & HANNOY, P.C.
8415 Allison Pointe Blvd., Suite 400
Indianapolis, IN 46250
(317) 237-2727
Tobe Leazenby, Sheriff
Madison Township
The Sheriff’s Department does not
warrant the accuracy of the street
address published herein.
NOTICE
FEIWELL & HANNOY, P.C. IS A
DEBT COLLECTOR.
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STATE OF INDIANA
COUNTY OF CARROLL
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
CAUSE NO: 08D01-1902-SC-10
IN THE MATTER OF AN
APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER
TO BMV TO ISSUE A
CERTIFICATE OF TITLE
BRYAN APPLETON, Petitioner
PETITION TO ISSUE A
CERTIFICATE OF TITLE
The above named Petitioner, Bryan
Appleton, has filed a verified petition
for an Order to the Indiana Bureau of
Motor Vehicles to issue a Certificate of
Title. The allegations and statements
of fact set forth in the petition are true
and accurate. The Petitioner is the
legal owner of a vehicle described and
identified as follows:
Year: 1940
Make: Chevy
Model: 1/2-Ton Truck
VIN: 1KCOL3294
The Petitioner has acquired the vehicle by legal means. The original Certificate of Title cannot be obtained by
the Petitioner due to the following reason: The truck has been sitting in a
barn for 65 years; can’t find any paperwork. The truck was family owned.
I know of no reason why a Certificate
of Title should not be issued to me as
the owner of said vehicle. I affirm the
foregoing under penalties of perjury.
This petition is assigned for hearing
on March 1, 2019, at 9 a.m.
Bryan Appleton
1493 N. 400 E.
Flora, IN 46929
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TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN
DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND
ALL INTERESTED PARTIES
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
By virtue of a certified copy of a decree
to me directed from the Clerk of Circuit
Court of Carroll County, Indiana, in
Cause No. 08C01-1807-MF-000021
wherein Rural Housing Service, U.S.
Department of Agriculture was Plaintiff,
and Jeffrey M. Johnson, was Defendant, requiring me to make the sum as
provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale
to the highest bidder, on the 27th day
of March, 2019, at the hour of 10 a.m.
or as soon thereafter as is possible, at
310 W. Main Street, Delphi, IN 46923,
the fee simple of the whole body of
Real Estate in Carroll County, Indiana.
LOT NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN
(27) IN TERRACE MEADOWS
SUBDIVISION, IN CITY OF DELPHI, PLAT OF WHICH IS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGE 33, IN THE OFFICE OF
THE RECORDER OF CARROLL
COUNTY, INDIANA.
More commonly known as: 905
Terrace Lane, Delphi, IN 46923
Parcel No. 08-06-32-039-
027.000-007.
Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said
sale will be made without relief
from valuation or appraisement
laws.
“Subject to all liens, encumbrances and easements of
record not otherwise extinguished in the proceedings
known as Cause 08C01-1807-
MF-000021 in the Circuit court
of the County of Carroll, Indiana.” Plaintiff Attorney
Daniel A. Cox (28426-15)
Wood & Lamping LLP
Attorney for Rural Housing Service,
U.S. Department of Agriculture
600 Vine Street, Suite 2500
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513-852-6066
Fax: 513-852-6087
Email:
foreclosure@woodlamping.com
Tobe H. Leazenby
Sheriff of Carroll County
Deer Creek Township
Street Address: 905 Terrace Lane,
Delphi, IN 46923
SHERIFF FILE NO:
The Sheriff’s Department does not
warrant the accuracy of the street addressed published herein
SERVICE DIRECTED TO:
Jeffrey M. Johnson
6637 S. 900 E
Lafayette, IN 47905
Type of Service: Sheriff
Amelda C. Callender, as Trustee of
the Charles Terry Callender and
Amelda C. Callender Joint Revocable
Trust
550 Hadleigh Ct.
Westfield, IN 46074
Type of Service: Sheriff
Charles Terry Callender, as Trustee of
the Charles Terry Callender and
Amelda C. Callender Joint Revocable
Trust
550 Hadleigh Ct.
Westfield, IN 46074
Type of Service: Sheriff
NOTICE
WOOD + LAMPING IS A DEBT COLLECTOR. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO
COLLECT A DEBT, AND ANY INFORMATON OBTAINED WILL BE USED
FOR THAT PURPOSE.
PURSUANT TO INDIANA LAW, YOU
ARE TO VACATE THIS PROPERTY
BY THE DATE OF THE SALE SET
OUT ABOVE UNLESS THE SALE IS
CANCELLED. PLEASE CONTINUE
TO CHECK THE STATUS OF YOUR
SALE AT www.sri-sheriffsale.com
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TO THE OWNERS OF THE
WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk
of Circuit Court of Carroll County, Indiana, in Cause No. 08C01-1809-
MF-000026 wherein JPMorgan
Chase Bank, National Association
was Plaintiff, and Joshua D.
MeHarry and State of Indiana - Department of Revenue, were Defendants, requiring me to make the sum
as provided for in said Decree with
interest and cost, I will expose at
public sale to the highest bidder, on
the 27th day of March, 2019, at the
hour of 10 a.m. or as soon thereafter
as is possible, at 310 West Main
Street, Delphi, IN 46923, the fee
simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Carroll County, Indiana.
A part of the north half of Lot
Number Six (6) in Overholser’s
Second Addition to the Town of
Flora, Indiana, more particularly
described as follows:
Commencing at the northwest
corner of said Lot Number Six
(6); and running thence East on
the north line of said lot a distance of 115 feet to an iron pin;
thence South on a line parallel
with South Center Street to the
Town of Flora a distance of 45
feet to an iron pin; thence West
a distance of 115 feet to the
east line of South Center Street;
thence North on the east line of
said street a distance of 45 feet
to the place of beginning.
Parcel No. 08-10-10-013-
021.000-016
More commonly known as: 212
S. Center St., Flora, Indiana
46929
Together with rents, issues, income,
and profits thereof, said sale will be
made without relief from valuation or
appraisement laws.
Brian K. Tekulve
Attorney for Plaintiff
Nelson & Frankenberger
550 Congressional Blvd, Suite 210
Carmel, IN 46032
Attorney Number: 30882-49
Tobe H. Leazenby
Sheriff of Carroll County
Monroe Township
212 S. Center St.
Flora, Indiana 46929
Street Address
SHERIFF FILE NO:
The Sheriff’s Department does not
warrant the accuracy of the street
addressed published herein
SERVICE DIRECTED TO:
Type of Service
Sheriff
Joshua D. MeHarry
212 S. Center St.
Flora, Indiana 46929
NOTICE
NELSON & FRANKENBERGER IS
A DEBT COLLECTOR. THIS IS AN
ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT,
AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR
THAT PURPOSE.
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF
HEARING ON PROPOSED
CUMULATIVE CAPITAL
DEVELOPMENT FUND
Notice is hereby given the taxpayers
of Carroll County, Indiana, that the
Board of Commissioners of Carroll
County will consider at 101 West Main
Street, Council Chambers, Delphi, Indiana at 9:00 a.m. on March 4, 2019,
the reestablishment of a Cumulative
Capital Development Fund with a revised tax levy under the provisions of
Indiana Code 36-9-14.5 for any and all
uses as set out in IC 36-9-14.5. The
tax for the Cumulative Capital Development fund will be levied on all taxable real and personal property within
the taxing district and will not exceed
$0.0333 per $100 of assessed valuation beginning with taxes payable in
2020 and thereafter, continuing until
reduced or rescinded. Taxpayers appearing at such hearing shall have the
right to be heard thereon. The proposal
for the reestablishment of the Cumulative Capital Development Fund is
subject to approval by the Department of Local Government Finance,
which will require a Notice of Adoption
to be given to the taxpayers by publication. Upon publication of the Notice of
Adoption, fifty (50) or more taxpayers
in the taxing district may file a petition
with the Carroll County Auditor not
later than thirty (30) days after such
publication, setting forth their objections to the proposed levy.
Dated this 20th day of February, 2019.
Board of Commissioners
of Carroll County:
William R. Brown, Chairman
Steve Pearson, Vice Chairman
Loren Hylton, Member
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LAFAYETTE SAILING CLUB
11810 W. 820 N.
MONTICELLO, IN 47960
Public notice of sailboat races on
Lake Freeman,
Carroll County, Indiana
Events will be held May 4, 2019 –
October 12, 2019
Time of events will be every
Saturday and Sunday from
10:00am till 6:00pm
Any person objecting to such an event
may do either or both of the following.
(A) File a petition with the central office
of the division requesting an informal
hearing. The petition must be signed
by at least twenty-five (25) individuals
who are at least eighteen (18) years
old and who reside in the county where
the event will occur. A hearing under
this clause is governed by 312 IAC 2-3/
(B) Request the division notify the petitioner in writing when an initial determination is made to issue or deny the
license. Following the receipt of notice
under this clause, a petitioner may request administration review of the determination under 312 IAC 3-1.
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
IN THE CARROLL CIRCUIT
COURT, CARROLL COUNTY,
INDIANA
CAUSE NO. 08C01-1901-EU-000002
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF GAIL GRETENCORT,
DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that Marcy
LaCosse was on the 28th day of January, 2019, appointed Personal Representative of the Estate of Gail
Gretencort, deceased, who died on
the 26th day of March, 2018.
All persons having claims against
the estate, whether or not now due,
must file the claim in the office of the
Clerk of this Court within three (3)
months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine (9)
months after the decedent’s death,
whichever is earlier, or the claims will
be forever barred.
Dated at Delphi, Indiana, this 12th
day of February, 2019.
Andrea S. Miller
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Carroll County, Indiana
GEORGE W. LOY
Attorney for Estate
117 W. Broadway/PO Box 631
Monticello, IN 47960
Telephone (574) 583-8628
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TIPPECANOE TOWNSHIP, CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
Cash & Investments Combined Statement - 2018
Beg Cash & Inv Bal End Cash & Inv Bal
Local Fund Name Jan. 1, 2018 Receipts Disbursements Dec. 31,2018
006 RAINY DAY FUND $13,046.13 $6,748.00 $17,976.19 $1,817.94
0101 TOWNSHIP FUND $170,796.32 $29,951.64 $31,001.18 $169,746.78
0840 TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE $54,283.66 $11,210.81 $25,692.69 $39,801.78
1111 FIRE FIGHTING FUND $0.00 $64.00 $64.00 $0.00
1312 RECREATION FUND $31,444.43 $8,335.26 $3,853.16 $35,926.53
9999 PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS $64.22 $856.86 $921.08 $0.00
Total All Funds $269,634.76 $57,166.57 $79,508.30 $247,293.03
Detailed Receipts 2018
RAINY DAY FUND
Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund $6,748.00
Total RAINY DAY FUND $6,748.00
TOWNSHIP FUND
General Property Taxes $12,919.72
Local Income Tax (LIT) for Levy Freeze $8,612.00
Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution $2,744.67
Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) $199.00
Local Income Tax (LIT) Certified Shares $4,305.96
Earnings on Investments and Deposits $1,000.29
Other Taxes/1514 - SPECIAL STATE DISTRIBUTIONS $100.00
Other Receipts/6500 - MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS $70.00
Total TOWNSHIP FUND $29,951.64
TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE
General Property Taxes $4,943.13
Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution $824.00
Local Income Tax (LIT) Certified Shares $4,306.08
Federal, State, and Local Reimbursement for Services $1,062.60
Other Receipts/6500 - MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS $75.00
Total TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE $11,210.81
FIRE FIGHTING FUND
Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) $64.00
Total FIRE FIGHTING FUND $64.00
RECREATION FUND
General Property Taxes $3,444.71
Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution $574.95
Local Income Tax (LIT) Certified Shares $4,305.96
Park and Recreation Receipts $9.64
Total RECREATION FUND $8,335.26
PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS
Payroll Fund and Clearing Account Receipts $625.02
Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund $231.84
Total PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS $856.86
Disbursements By Vendor 2018

Name/category/vendor Name Amount
RAINY DAY FUND
Services and Charges
1025 CARROLL COUNTY
SENIOR & FAMILY SERVICES $17,976.19
RAINY DAY FUND $17,976.19
TOWNSHIP FUND
Personal Services
1001 MARCIA JURA $6,450.00
1046 REX WILSON $300.00
1045 SHIRLEY GOYER $600.00
1047 BETH ZINK $820.00
1013 INTERNAL
REVENUE SERVICE $838.79
TOWNSHIP FUND
Supplies
1010AEBOYCECOMPANYINC $260.83
1023 USPS $50.00
TOWNSHIP FUND
Services and Charges
1043 RME INSURANCE $220.00
1020 JOSH KIRK $1,120.00
1006 RME INSURANCE $1,374.00
1001 MARCIA JURA $3,018.73
1015 BAKER-MILLIGAN, CPAS $945.00
1024 SHERATON HOTEL $366.00
1019 CARROLL COUNTY COMET $232.99
1025 CARROLL COUNTY
SENIOR & FAMILY SERVICES $3,200.00
1000 NET RESULTS LLC $945.00
1048 CARROLL COUNTY
FOOD PANTRY $3,130.00
1009 INDIANA TOWNSHIP
ASSOCIATION $150.00
TOWNSHIP FUND
Other Disbursements
1022 TIPPECANOE
TOWNSHIP CARROLL COUNTY $120,000.00
5206 TRANSFER OF FUNDS $6,979.84
TOWNSHIP FUND $151,001.18
TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE
Supplies
1010AEBOYCECOMPANYINC $90.79
TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE

Name/category/vendor Name Amount
Township Assistance
1011 DUKE ENERGY $1,506.00
1039 VERN SORENSON $10,920.00
1038 DOLLAR GENERAL $121.23
1029 CARROLL-WHITE REMC $800.24
1003 JOSEPH BARTLETT $4,500.00
1002 SNAP STOP SHELL STATION $27.76
1051 TIPPECANOE COUNTY HEALTH
DEPARTMENT/VITAL REC $20.00
1055 JAMIE AND KATHLYN MAISH $390.00
1056 STEPHAN L SCARFF $600.00
1052 HIPPENSTEEL
FUNERAL HOME $2,800.00
1053 CARROLL COUNTY
RECORDER $55.00
1034 CITGO OF DELPHI $168.04
1054 NIPSCO-BILLING DEPT $1,745.38
1036 KIM BILSKIE $1,500.00
1005 SAVE-A-LOT $448.25
TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE $25,692.69
FIRE FIGHTING FUND
Services and Charges
1044 DELPHI TRI-TOWNSHIP
FIRE PROTECTION TERRITORY $64.00
FIRE FIGHTING FUND $64.00
RECREATION FUND
Services and Charges
1011 DUKE ENERGY $698.16
1020 JOSH KIRK $1,960.00
1040 PROLAWN LAND CARE LLC $720.00
1041 SERVICE INDUSTIRES INC. $475.00
RECREATION FUND
Other Disbursements
1022 TIPPECANOE TOWNSHIP
CARROLL COUNTY $30,000.00
RECREATION FUND $33,853.16
PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS
Personal Services
1013 INTERNAL
REVENUE SERVICE $921.08
PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS $921.08

State of Indiana
SS:
Carroll County
I, Marcia Jura, Trustee of Tippecanoe Township, Carroll County, Indiana, do solemnly affirm under the penalty of
perjury that the preceding report is complete, true and correct; that the sums with which I am charged in this report are
all of the sums received by me; and that the various items of expenditures credited have been fully paid in the sums
stated; that such payments were made without express or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained
by or repaid to me or to any other person. I further affirm that a complete and detailed annual report, together with all
accompanying vouchers showing the names of persons having been paid money by the township, have been filed as
required by law in the office of the County Auditor, and that copies of such annual report are in the custody of the
Township Board and the State Board of Accounts. Said report is subject to inspection by any taxpayer of the township.
Marcia Jura
Tippecanoe Township Trustee
Telephone: (765) 564-6535
Subscribed and sworn (or affirmed) to before me, John M. Begley the Chairman of the Township Board of
Tippecanoe Township at its annual meeting, this 8th day of February, 2019.
, Tippecanoe Township Board Chairman
This report was received, accepted, and approved by the Township Board at its annual meeting, this 8 day of
February, 2019.
Tippecanoe Township Board
John M. Begley
Shirley Goyer
Beth Zink
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ROCK CREEK TOWNSHIP, CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
Cash & Investments Combined Statement - 2018
Beg Cash & Inv Bal End Cash & Inv Bal
Local Fund Name Jan. 1, 2018 Receipts Disbursements Dec. 31, 2018
Governmental
Activities
0061 RainyDay $3,857.31 $0.00 $0.00 $3,857.31
0101 Township $19,334.37 $25,518.31 $28,072.90 $16,779.78
0840 Township Assistance $13,037.60 $4,180.61 $1,855.90 $15,362.31
0888 Levy Excess $0.00 $223.00 $0.00 $223.00
1111 FIRE $14,437.19 $26,003.19 $24,607.50 $15,832.88
1301 Park And Recreation $16,361.46 $16,916.81 $9,780.11 $23,498.16
999 CD investments $80,201.64 $1,247.15 $0.00 $81,448.79
GRAND TOTAL $147,229.57 $74,089.07 $64,316.41 $157,002.23
Detailed Receipts 2018
Township General Property Taxes $11,863.99
County Adjusted Gross Income Tax (CAGIT) Certified Shares $2,631.36
Local Income Tax (LIT) for Levy Freeze $9,519.97
Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) $51.00
Total Taxes and Intergovernmental $24,066.32
Cemetery Receipts $950.00
Total Charges for Services $950.00
Earnings on Investments and Deposits $501.99
Total Other Receipts $501.99
Total Township $25,518.31
Township Assistance General Property Taxes $4,024.71
Total Taxes and Intergovernmental $4,024.71
Earnings on Investments and Deposits $155.90
Total Other Receipts $155.90
Total Township Assistance $4,180.61
Levy Excess Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund $223.00
Total Other Receipts $223.00
Total Levy Excess $223.00
FIRE General Property Taxes $11,236.32
County Adjusted Gross Income Tax (CAGIT) Certified Shares $10,647.34
Local Income Tax (LIT) for Levy Freeze $3,545.03
Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) $32.00
Total Taxes and Intergovernmental $25,460.69
Earnings on Investments and Deposits $542.50
Total Other Receipts $542.50
Total FIRE $26,003.19
Park And Recreation General Property Taxes $11,260.16
County Adjusted Gross Income Tax (CAGIT) Certified Shares $2,631.30
Total Taxes and Intergovernmental $13,891.46
Rental of Property $2,850.00
Total Charges for Services $2,850.00
Earnings on Investments and Deposits $81.07
Refunds and Reimbursements $94.28
Total Other Receipts $175.35
Total Park And Recreation $16,916.81
CD investments Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund $1,247.15
Total Other Receipts $1,247.15
Total CD investments $1,247.15
Total Governmental Activities $74,089.07
Disbursements By Vendor 2018

Fund/Category/Vendor Name Amount
Township
Salaries and Wages $8,500.00
Total Personal Services $8,500.00
Office Supplies $697.58
Total Supplies $697.58
Printing and Advertising $225.42
Insurance $997.00
Other Services and Charges $16,445.95
Total Services and Charges $17,668.37
Payment of Taxes and Other
Payroll Withholdings $650.27
Transfer Out - Transferred To
Another Fund $556.68
Total Other Disbursements $1,206.95
Total Township $28,072.90
Township Assistance
Transportation $1,000.00
Other Direct Relief $700.00
Total Township Assistance $1,700.00
Transfer Out - Transferred To
Another Fund $155.90
Total Other Disbursements $155.90
Total Township Assistance $1,855.90
FIRE
Other Services and Charges $24,000.00
Total Services and Charges $24,000.00
Transfer Out - Transferred
To Another Fund $607.50
Total Other Disbursements $607.50
Total FIRE $24,607.50
Park And Recreation
Repair and Maintenance Supplies $498.57
Total Supplies $498.57
Insurance $1,424.00
Utility Services $1,528.62
Other Services and Charges $6,178.85
Total Services and Charges $9,131.47
Transfer Out - Transferred To
Another Fund $150.07
Total Other Disbursements $150.07
Total Park And Recreation $9,780.11
CD investments Purchase
of Investments $1,247.15
Total Other Disbursements $1,247.15
Total CD investments $1,247.15
Total Governmental Activities $65,563.56
Township
Personal Services
Donald L Leisure $5,000.00
Patricia A Leisure $2,000.00
Sandra Brown $500.00
Alson Brown $500.00
Larry Leach $500.00
United States Treasury $650.27
Total Personal Services $9,150.27
Supplies
A E Boyce Forms Systems $348.85
Reimburse Trustee-Hughes Net $276.76
Miles Kimble $21.97
US Postal Service $50.00
Total Supplies $697.58
Services and Charges
Reimburse Trustee-ITA Meeting $68.17
TDS $594.81
Carroll County Comet $225.42
RME Insurance $997.00
Caldwell Monument Co $1,300.00
Card Member Services $583.00
Patricia Leisure Office Rent $2,500.00
Brown Cemetery $400.00
Susan Hill-4-H $800.00
Tamara Veach-4-H $800.00
ITA $100.00
Coghill Lawn Care $25.00

Fund/Category/Vendor Name Amount
Tractor Supply Company $299.97
Isaacs Lawn Care $8,975.00
Total Services and Charges $17,668.37
Other Disbursements
Levy Excess Fund $89.00
Security Federal Bank $467.68
Total Other Disbursements $556.68
Total Township $28,072.90
Township Assistance
Township Assistance
The Tree Technicians $700.00
Carroll County Senior
And Family Services $1,000.00
Total Township Assistance $1,700.00
Other Disbursements
Security Federal Bank $155.90
Total Other Disbursements $155.90
Total Township Assistance $1,855.90
FIRE
Services and Charges
Rock Creek Volunteer Fire Dept. $24,000.00
Total Services and Charges $24,000.00
Levy Excess Fund $65.00
Security Federal Bank $542.50
Total Other Disbursements $607.50
Total FIRE $24,607.50
Park And Recreation
Supplies
Hobby Lobby $20.95
Delphi Hardware $165.85
Camflo Heating And Cooling $32.00
ACE Hardware $69.99
Wallmann’s Quality Foods $115.48
Reimburse Trustee-Carroll
County True Value $6.73
Card Member Services $87.57
Total Supplies $498.57
Services and Charges
REM Insurance $1,424.00
NIBSCO $769.39
Duke Energy $759.23
Reliable Exterminator $150.00
Rock Field Regional Sewer District $815.40
Gordmans Food Service $13.49
Camflo Heating And Cooling $134.00
Menards $765.01
Hobby Lobby $100.73
Reimburse Trustee-McCords
Do It Center $17.19
Reimburse Trustee-Darlington
Holiday Warehouse $25.00
Kirby Risk $129.00
Park And Recreation
Services and Charges
Sherwin Wiilliams $163.59
Mike Boyd $547.68
Home Depot $17.91
218 Market $25.00
Oak Lane Structures $68.00
Card Member Services $766.11
McCord Do-It-Center $26.76
Isaacs Lawn Care $2,325.00
Coghill Lawn Care $50.00
Rural King $38.98
Total Services and Charges $9,131.47
Other Disbursements
Levy Excess Fund $69.00
Security Federal Bank $81.07
Total Other Disbursements $150.07
Total Park And Recreation $9,780.11
CD investments
Other Disbursements
Security Federal Bank $1,247.15
Total Other Disbursements $1,247.15
Total CD investments $1,247.15
GRAND TOTAL $65,563.56

State of Indiana
SS:
Carroll County
I, Donald L. Leisure, Trustee of Rock Creek Township, Carroll County, Indiana, do solemnly affirm under the penalty
of perjury that the preceding report is complete, true and correct; that the sums with which I am charged in this report
are all of the sums received by me; and that the various items of expenditures credited have been fully paid in the sums
stated; that such payments were made without express or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained
by or repaid to me or to any other person. I further affirm that a complete and detailed annual report, together with all
accompanying vouchers showing the names of persons having been paid money by the township, have been filed as
required by law in the office of the County Auditor, and that copies of such annual report are in custody of the Township
Board and the State Board of Accounts. Said report is subject to inspection by any taxpayer of the township.
Donald L. Leisure
Rock Creek Township Trustee
Telephone: (574) 686-3330
Subscribed and sworn (or affirmed) to before me, the Chairman of the Township Board of Rock Creek Township at its
annual meeting, this 7th day of February, 2019.
Larry Leach, Rock Creek Township Board Chairman
This report was received, accepted, and approved by the Township Board at its annual meeting, this 7th day of
February, 2019.
Rock Creek Township Board
Larry Leach
Sandra Brown
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DEER CREEK TOWNSHIP, CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
Annual Financial Report - 2018
Cash & Investments Combined Statement
Beg Cash & Inv Bal End Cash & Inv Bal
Governmental Jan. 1, 2018 Receipts Disbursements Dec. 31,2018
Activities
Local Local
Fund Number Fund Name
0840 Township Assistance $236,872.90 $0.00 $38,206.46 $198,666.44
2120 Cemetery $0.00 $103,074.37 $60,506.69 $42,567.68
4 Park And Recreation $85,518.77 $39,540.04 $56,000.00 $69,058.81
5 Rainy Day $12,329.20 $4,001.00 $5,000.00 $11,330.20
6 Township $342,595.21 $27,873.84 $74,895.41 $295,573.64
7 Fire Equipment $0.00 $66.00 $66.00 $0.00
GRAND TOTAL $677,316.08 $174,555.25 $234,674.56 $617,196.77
Detailed Receipts 2018
Cemetery
General Property Taxes $35,988.55
Local Income Tax (LIT) for Levy Freeze $21,062.50
Financial Institution Tax distribution $488.99
Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution $2,187.98
Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) $146.35
Total Taxes and Intergovernmental $59,874.37
Cemetery Receipts $2,200.00
Total Charges for Services $2,200.00
Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund$ 41,000.00
Total Other Receipts $41,000.00
Total Cemetery $103,074.37
Park And Recreation
General Property Taxes $17,360.58
Local Income Tax (LIT) for Levy Freeze $21,062.50
Financial Institution Tax distribution $318.14
Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution $748.74
Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) $50.08
Total Taxes and Intergovernmental $39,540.04
Total Park And Recreation $39,540.04
Rainy Day
Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund $4,001.00
Total Other Receipts $4,001.00
Total Rainy Day $4,001.00
Township
Local Income Tax (LIT) for Levy Freeze $27,117.00
Financial Institution Tax distribution $141.22
Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) $291.57
Total Taxes and Intergovernmental $27,549.79
Earnings on Investments and Deposits $324.05
Total Other Receipts $324.05
Total Township $27,873.84
Fire Equipment
Fire Protection Contracts and Service Fees $66.00
Total Charges for Services $66.00
Total Fire Equipment $66.00
Total Governmental Activities $174,555.25

Disbursements By Vendor 2018

Fund/Category/Vendor Name Amount
Fund/Category/Vendor Name Amount
Township Assistance
Office Supplies $68.02
CC Food Pantry $5,000.00
Total Supplies $68.02
Sav-A-Lot $75.00
Communication and Transportation $75.00
Co. Alliance $427.28
Total Services and Charges $75.00
REMC $500.00
Housing $25,605.90
Nipsco $1,199.31
Utilities $6,105.20
Boyce Forms $68.02
Food $5,248.39
Duke Energy $3,911.60
Health Care $403.95
Total Township Assistance $38,206.46
Funerals, Burials, Cremations $700.00
Cemetery Personal Services
Total Township Assistance $38,063.44
Nathan Wilson - Whistler Repairs $499.00
Total Township Assistance $38,206.46
Q. Graphics - Deeds $130.35
Cemetery
Carroll County Comet - Ads $27.00
Salaries and Wage $60,506.69
CC Treasurer - Masonic Taxes $10.00
Total Personal Services $60,506.69
Rural King - Bostteter Fertilizer $23.52
Total Cemetery $60,506.69
Bill Penn - Masonic Burals & Upkeep $390.00
Park And Recreation
Grave Yard Groomer - Oddfellows
Other Services and Charges $56,000.00
Cemetery $30,360.00
Total Services and Charges $56,000.00
Steve McLeland - Bostteter Fence $315.00
Total Park And Recreation $56,000.00
CC Treasurer - Maps $30.00
Rainy Day
Moore - Hildebrandt Mowing $5,000.00
Food $5,000.00
Stephen McLeland - Mowing $1,000.00
Total Township Assistance $5,000.00
Nathan Wilson - Mowing $4,500.00
Total Rainy Day $5,000.00
Edward Graves - Mowing $15,500.00
Township
US Aggregates - Gravel $911.82
Salaries and Wages $17,287.95
Tom Patrick - Hauling $360.00
Other Personal Services $2,818.58
Isaacs Lawn Care - Masonic Upkeep $1,450.00
Total Personal Services $20,106.53
Total Personal Services $60,506.69
Office Supplies $664.57
Total Cemetery $60,506.69
Total Supplies $664.57
Park And Recreation
Professional Services $2,464.80
Services and Charges
Communication and Transportation $90.06
Delphi Boys Youth Baseball $2,500.00
Printing and Advertising $263.45
Delphi Girls Softball $2,500.00
Insurance $2,445.00
Wabash & Erie Canal $15,000.00
Rentals $3,240.00
Delphi Opera House $15,000.00
Other Services and Charges $620.00
Carroll County Family Service Center $21,000.00
Total Services and Charges $9,123.31
Total Services and Charges $56,000.00
Transfer Out - Transferred To Another
Total Park And Recreation $56,000.00
Fund $45,001.00
Rainy Day
Total Other Disbursements $45,001.00
Services and Charges
Total Township $74,895.41
Carroll County Food Pantry $5,000.00
Fire Equipment
Total Services and Charges $5,000.00
Other Disbursements $66.00
Total Rainy Day $5,000.00
Total Other Disbursements $66.00
Township
Total Fire Equipment $66.00
Doris McLeland - Trustee $12,467.28
Total Governmental Activities $234,674.56
James R. McLeland - Clerical $2,327.22
Township Assistance
Joe Mayfield - Board President $831.15
TCW $500.00
David McCain - Board Secretary $831.15
Times Past $500.00
Jayne Abbott - Board Member $831.15
L & M Prop $2,000.00
Total Personal Services $17,287.95
Doug Hines $500.00
Walmart & D. General $22.14
J. W. Rentals $3,330.00
Boyce Forms $299.05
R. Fransconuk $775.00
Post Office - Stamps $100.00
Darren Brown $1,000.00
Staples - Printer $73.96
Canal Commons $7,170.00
Boyce Forms - Printing $169.42
KCB $500.00
Total $664.57
B. Shambaught $500.00
Liberty Mutual - Bond $145.00
Tana Lehr $500.00
RME Insurance - Liability $1,195.00
Whiteman $1,500.00
RME Insurance - Workmans Comp $1,250.00
Salin Bank $500.00
Indiana Township - Dues $250.00
Regions Bank $449.00
US Treasury $2,818.58
J.J Davis $1,000.00
Doris McLeland - Office Rent $3,240.00
Coghill $475.00
Coghill Tax Service $185.00
B. Dicks $300.00
Comet Publishing $263.45
Rhineland MHP $1,000.00
Withered - Burns Atty $2,279.80
Bill Ruck $150.00
Marsha Jura - Travel $64.98
Betty Jones $500.00
Doris McLeland - Travel $25.08
Distinctive Rentals $800.00
A. Jackson - Training Comp $200.00
Dave Bonham $375.00
ITA Training $25.00
Paul Rider $1,000.00
Total Services and Charges $11,941.89
Darcy Weston $281.90
Other Disbursements
Delphi Water $67.01
Transfer To Rainy Day $4,001.00
Hippensteel - Funeral Home $700.00
Other Disbursements
Dr. Cochel $75.00
Transfer To Cemetery $41,000.00
EyeGlass World $328.95
Total Other Disbursements $45,001.00
Amraco - Gas $75.00
Total Township $74,895.41
Wallmanns $173.39
Fire Equipment Other Disbursements
Delphi Fire $66.00
Total Other Disbursements $66.00
State of Indiana
Total Fire Equipment $66.00
SS:
GRAND TOTAL $234,674.56
Carroll County
I, Doris McLeland, Trustee of Deer Creek Township, Carroll County, Indiana, do solemnly affirm under the penalty of
perjury that the preceding report is complete, true and correct; that the sum with which I am charged in this report are
all of the sums received by me; and that the various items of expenditures credited have been fully paid in the sums
stated; that such payments were made without express or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained
by or repaid to me or to any other person. I further affirm that a complete and detailed annual report, together with all
accompanying vouchers showing the names of persons having been paid money by the township, have been filed as
required by law in the office of the County Auditor, and that copies of such annual report are in custody of the Township
Board and the State Board of Accounts. Said report is subject to inspection by any taxpayer of the township.
Doris McLeland
Deer Creek Township Trustee
Telephone: (574) 686-2931
Subscribed and sworn (or affirmed) to before me, the Chairman of the Township Board of Deer Creek Township at its
annual meeting, this 12th day of February, 2019.
David R. McCain, Township Board Chairman
This report was received, accepted, and approved by the Township Board at its annual meeting, this 12th day of
February, 2018
Deer Creek Township Board
David R. McCain
Janie Smith
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