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INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given, that Carroll
County, Indiana, by and through the
Redevelopment Commission, herein
referred to as the Owner, will receive
sealed proposals for the improvements
of County Roads 100N & 625W.
Sealed proposals are invited and
may be delivered or forwarded by mail
or other courier services addressed to
Carroll County Redevelopment Commission, Attention: Larry Trapp, President, Carroll County Redevelopment
Commission, 112 West Main Street,
Delphi, IN 46923 by 1:00 PM (Local
Time) on April 10, 2017. All bids shall
be opened and publicly read at the Redevelopment Commission’s meeting
scheduled for that day. Proposals received after such hour will be returned
unopened. All interested citizens are
invited to attend and should any citizens require special provisions, such
as handicapped modifications or non-
English translation personnel, the
County will provide such provisions as
long as the request is made by April 3,
2017.
County Road 100N/County Road
625W Improvements
The contract will consist of the following: Roadway widening and reconstruction along County Roads 100
North and 625 West to better accommodate the increased truck traffic and
residents.
Plans and Specifications for the
Project are on file and may be examined at the following locations:
CARROLL COUNTY
REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
112 West Main Street
Delphi, Indiana 46923
Ph: (765) 564-2333
HWC ENGINEERING
135 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite 2800
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Ph: (317) 347-3663
Complete sets of bidding documents
may be viewed at www.hwcplanroom.com. Electronic copies of the
bidding documents are available for
download at www.hwcplanroom.com
for a non-refundable fee of $20.00. A
completed printed set of bidding documents may be ordered at www.hwcplanroom.com at printing cost to the
bidder plus shipping fees.
The work to be performed and the
proposal to be submitted shall include
sufficient and proper sums for all general construction, mechanical installation, labor, materials, permits, licenses,
insurance, and so forth incidental to
and required for the construction of the
facilities.
Each proposal must be enclosed in
a sealed envelope bearing the title of
the Project and the name and address
of the Bidder. All proposals must be
submitted on the proposal forms as
identified in the Contract Documents
and Specifications.
Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check or acceptable
bidder’s bond made payable to the
Owner, in a sum of not less than five
percent (5%) of the total amount of the
highest aggregate proposal, which
check or bond will be held by the
Owner as evidence that the bidder will,
if awarded the contract, enter into the
same with the Owner upon notification
from him to do so within ten (10) days
of said notification.
Approved performance and payment
bonds guaranteeing faithful and proper
performance of the work and materials,
to be executed by an acceptable surety
company, will be required of the Contractor at the time he executes his contract. The bond will be in the amount of
100% of the Contract Price and must
be in full force and effect throughout
the term of the Construction Contract
plus a period of twelve (12) months
from the date of substantial completion. The Owner reserves the right to reject any proposal, or all proposals, or
to accept any proposal or proposals, or
to make such combination of proposals as may seem desirable, and to
waive any and all informalities in bidding. Any proposal may be withdrawn
prior to the above scheduled time for
the opening of proposals or authorized
postponement thereof. Any proposal
received after the time and date specified shall not be considered. No proposal may be withdrawn after the
scheduled closing time for receipt of
bids for at least ninety (90) days.
A conditional or qualified Bid will not
be accepted. Award will be made to the
low, responsive, responsible bidder.
All applicable laws, ordinances, and
the rules and regulations of all authorities having jurisdiction over construction of the project shall apply
throughout.
Proposals shall be properly and
completely executed on proposal
forms included in the Specifications.
Proposals shall include all information
requested by Indiana Form 96 (Revised 2013) included with the Specifications. Under Section III of Form 96,
the Bidder shall submit a financial
statement. A copy of the proposed Financial Statement to be submitted with
the bid is included in the bid proposal
documents section to these specifications. The Owner may make such investigations as deemed necessary to
determine the ability of the Bidder to
perform the work and the Bidder shall
furnish to the Owner all such information and data for this purpose as the
Owner may request. The Owner reserves the right to reject any bid if the
evidence submitted by, or investigation
of, such Bidder fails to satisfy the
Owner that such Bidder is properly
qualified to carry out the obligations of
the Agreement and to complete the
work contemplated therein.
Each Bidder is responsible for inspecting the Project site(s) and for
reading and being thoroughly familiar
with the Contract Documents and
Specifications. The failure or omission
of any Bidder to do any of the foregoing
shall in no way relieve any Bidder from
any obligation with respect to its Bid.
Redevelopment Commission
Carroll County, Indiana
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION
Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of the CITY OF DELPHI, CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA, that the
proper legal officers will consider the
following additional appropriation in excess of the budget for the current year
at their regular meeting at 201 S. Union
Street at seven o’clock p.m. on the 3rd
day of April, 2017.
Fund Name Amount
General
(Bldgs./Community Center) $83,948
Taxpayers appearing at the meeting
shall have a right to be heard. The additional appropriation as finally made
will be referred to the Department of
Local Government Finance. The Department will make a written determination as to the sufficiency of funds to
support the additions made within 15
days of receipt of a Certified Copy of
the action taken.
Dated: March 21, 2017
Leanne Aldrich, Fiscal Officer
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON
PROPOSED STORM WATER FEE
CREATION AND CHARGES
TOWN OF CAMDEN
Residents and interested parties in
the town of Camden and owners or
property served or to be served
thereby, are hereby notified that on the
3rd day of April, 2017 at 7:00 PM a
public hearing will be held at the Camden Jackson Twp. Public Library 183
West Main Street, Camden, Indiana
46917 on the matter of creating a
storm water user fee and setting the
fee proposed by Ordinance No. 2017-
3 to be introduced and discussed at the
hearing.
Ordinance No. 2017-3 proposes to
enact a user charge of $3.50 per
month on each parcel of land within the
Town of Camden to be applied to the
costs of planning, installing, repair, operating, regulation and maintenance on
the existing and future storm water system. At the hearing and prior to the final
adoption of any ordinance all interested parties may appear and be
heard. A copy of Ordinance No. 2017-
3 may be examined at the office of
Camden Clerk Treasurer 153 W Main
Street Camden Indiana 46917 from
8:30 to 4:00 M,T, TH, and F and 8:30 -
Noon Wed.
Andy Robison
Council President
Town of Camden
153 W Main Street
Camden, Indiana
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NOTICE OF UNSUPERVISED
ADMINISTRATION
CAUSE NO. 08C01-1703-EU-14
IN THE CARROLL CIRCUIT COURT,
CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF RICHARD LEE
WALTERS, JR., DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that Brianna
Lee Walters was on the 14th day of
March, 2017, appointed administrator
of the Estate of Richard Lee Walters,
Jr., deceased, who died on the 20th
day of February, 2017.
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 14th
day of March, 2017.
Andrea S. Miller
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Carroll County, Indiana
EMERSON & MANAHAN
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
CAUSE NO. 08C01-1703-EU-13
IN THE CARROLL CIRCUIT COURT,
CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
Notice is hereby given that Shelly
Gray was on March 14, 2017, appointed personal representative of the
estate of Michael A. Magruder, deceased, who died on February 15,
2017.
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, on March
16, 2017.
Andrea S. Miller
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Carroll County, Indiana
Jay T. Seeger
106 North 9th Street, P.O. Box 878
Lafayette, IN 47902-0878
Telephone (765) 742-4529
Attorney for Personal Representative
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STATE OF INDIANA
SS:
IN THE CARROLL SUPERIOR
COURT
COUNTY OF CARROLL
CAUSE NO. 08D01-1612-MF-000038
RICHARD L. STOUT, ET AL, Plaintiffs
Vs.
JONATHAN BARNETT, ET AL,
Defendants
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
The State of Indiana to: Defendant
Jonathan Barnett
1. This Summons by Publication Notice
is hereby directed to Defendant
Jonathan Barnett because his whereabouts are unknown.
2. Jonathan Barnett has been sued by
the persons named “Plaintiffs” in the
Carroll Superior Court under Cause
No. 08D01-1612-MF-000038 under the
Caption/Title as set forth hereinabove.
3. The nature of this Lawsuit is a real
estate contract foreclosure by Plaintiffs
as the Contract Sellers of Defendant
Jonathan Barnett’s interest claimed as
the Contract Buyer in and to the following parcel of real estate – Lots numbered 38 & 59 East in the Town of
Burlington, Carroll County, Indiana,
with a Common Street Address of 804
Michigan Road, Burlington, IN – due to
Buyer’s Contract payment defaults
under that certain Land Contract dated
June 26, 2012, between Plaintiffs and
Defendant Jonathan Barnett, all as set
forth in more detail in the Lawsuit Complaint filed with the above Court on
Dec. 22, 2016, a copy of which Complaint can be obtained with the Clerk of
the Court.
4. The attorney representing the Plaintiffs is – James T. Hodson, Attorney at
Law, P.O. Box 435, Lafayette, IN
47902-0435; Tel. #(765) 838-2582.
5. Defendant Jonathan Barnett must
file his Response/Answer to the Plaintiff’s Complaint in writing with the Carroll Superior Court, within thirty (30)
days after the last Newspaper Publication Notice of this Summons by Publication is published in the Carroll
County Comet newspaper, and if
Jonathan Barnett fails to timely respond then a judgment by default may
be entered against Jonathan Barnett
for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated at Delphi, Indiana, on March 17,
2017.
Andrea S. Miller,
Clerk of the Superior Court
For Carroll County, Indiana
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ORDINANCE #2017-1
REGULATING GOLF CARTS
AND OFF-ROAD VEHICLES
REVOKING ORDINANCE 2015-1
WHEREAS, Indiana Code 9-21-1-3.3
provides (in part) that a town may
adopt an ordinance regulating the use
of golf carts or off-road vehicles on a
highway under the jurisdiction of the
town,
It is now ORDAINED by the Town
Council of Camden, Carroll County, Indiana, as follows:
Section 1: Each owner of a golf cart or
off-road vehicle (hereinafter “vehicles”)
operated on the streets and alleys of
said Town of Camden, Indiana, shall:
a). Annually complete an application
for submission to the Camden Town
Marshal’s Office.
b). Provide proof of insurance to the
Clerk of the Town of Camden, Indiana.
c). Pay a registration fee of $25.00
which shall be deposited in the General
Fund of said Town.
d). Provide proof of age over sixteen
(16) years of age when requested to do
so by the Clerk or Town Marshal of the
Town of Camden.
e). Provide a valid driver’s license for
examination by said Clerk or Marshal.
f). Acknowledge in writing that said
owner has received a copy of this Ordinance and will abide by the requirements herein.
If the owner of a golf cart or off-road vehicle has complied with the above and
afterwards transfers ownership, the
successor owner, also, must comply
with the above requirements before operating said vehicle as provided herein
in order to be in compliance with this
Ordinance.
Section 2: Upon completion of the
above requirements, said Clerk shall
provide a decal displaying the month
and year of expiration of registration
with an assigned number for registration purposes. At all times, said decal
shall be displayed on the left rear corner (driver’s side) of said vehicle.
Section 3: Said vehicles shall not be
operated or parked on the following
streets:
All of Main Street (State Road 218)
The portion of South Water Street designated as part of State Road 75.
However, said vehicles may cross said
streets at a 90 degree angle after assuring that no other cars or trucks are
within the immediate vicinity. Said vehicles shall obey all federal, state, and
local regulations and ordinances governing passenger automobiles, including but not limited to laws, regulations
and ordinances relating to the licensing of operators.
Said vehicles may be operated on the
streets and alleys in the Town of Camden, Indiana, unless prohibited herein
but shall not be operated on the sidewalks. Section 4: Said vehicles shall be
driven as close to the right edge of the
street or alley as possible and will yield
to vehicular traffic in order not to impede or block the normal flow of traffic.
Section 5: There are two types of permits for off-road vehicles, namely a
General Use Permit and a Dawn to
Dusk Permit.
Requirements for all off-road vehicles
are:
a) Working headlights taillights, brakelights, amber flashing light on top. Said
vehicles without working headlights,
taillights and brakelights may not be
operated after dusk.
b. The vehicles must have a regulationsize slow-moving vehicle sign visible
from the read day and night which
complies with requirements established by the State of Indiana.
c). All seats must be firmly attached to
the vehicles.
In addition to the above requirements,
the Dawn to Dusk Permit vehicles
must have an amber flashing light on
top to be in use when the vehicle is
being driven.
Section 6: All other forms of recreational vehicles, such as go-carts,
snowmobiles, etc. are not permitted to
be operated on the streets of the Town
of Camden, Indiana.
Section 7: Penalties:
a). Any person, firm or corporation who
violates or permits a violation of any
provision of this Ordinance shall pay a
minimum fine of Fifty Dollars ($50.00)
on a first violation and on a second violation during an annual registration
period, shall pay a fine of One Hundred
Dollars ($100.00). Said fines shall be
deposited in the General Fund of the
Town of Camden, Indiana.
b). If a person, firm or corporation violates or permits a violation of any of the
terms of this Ordinance for a third time
during a single annual registration said
registration will be revoked and operation of said vehicle will not be permitted for a period of one year
commencing with the date of the third
violation.
c). Any vehicle registered for a Dawn
to Dusk Permit, which allows for daytime use only of the vehicle on the
Town’s streets, will be in violation of
this Ordinance and subject to the fine
and penalties stated herein if the vehicle is on the streets or alleys during
any other time.
d). If a vehicle is operated with a revoked registration, a fine of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) will be
assessed.
This Ordinance shall be in full force
and effect after its passage and publication as required by law.
Ordinance #2015-1 is hereby REVOKED. ADOPTED by the Town Council of
Camden, Indiana, on the 16th day of
March, 2017.
TOWN COUNCIL,
CAMDEN, INDIANA
Andrew Robison, President
Mark Schock, Member
Brent Deel, Member
ATTEST:
Patricia Casserly, Clerk-Treasurer
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NOTICE
In compliance with 327 IAC 15-5-
5(a)(9), notice is hereby given that
Porkin’ Around LLC, 3349 W. 500 N.,
Delphi, IN 46923, is submitting a NOI
letter to notify the Indiana Department
of Environmental Management of their
intent to comply with the requirements
under 327 IAC 15-5 to discharge storm
water from construction activities for
the following project: Construction of a
confined feeding operation located
west of CR 100 W. and south of CR
850 N., Delphi, IN 46923. Run-off and
surface drainage from the project site
will flow towards and may discharge to
the Rock Creek. Questions or comments should be directed to Mike
Veenhuizen or Dennis Chenoweth of
Livestock Engineering Solutions, Inc.,
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STATE OF INDIANA
COUNTY OF CARROLL
IN THE CARROLL CIRCUIT COURT
CASE NO. 08C01-1702-MI-7
RE CHANGE OF NAME OF:
Ariah Emerie Fields
Lindsay Renee Taylor
Petitioner
NOTICE OF HEARING
Notice is hereby given that Petitioner
Lindsay Renee Taylor, pro se, filed a
Verified Petition for Change of Name of
Minor to change the name of minor
child from Ariah Emerie Fields to Ariah
Emerie Taylor.
The petition is scheduled for hearing
in the Carroll Circuit Court on May 1,
2017, at 9 o’clock a.m., which is more
than thirty (30) days after the third publication of this notice. Any person has
the right to appear at the hearing and
to file written objections on or before
the hearing date. The parties shall report to Carroll Circuit Court.
Date: Feb. 28, 2017
Andrea S. Miller
Clerk of Carroll Circuit Court
Distribution:
Lindsay Renee Taylor
7833 S. 800 W.
Rossville, IN 46065
Richard Thomas Fields
3617 Zenner Ahrens Rd.
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
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NOTICE OF UNSUPERVISED
ADMINISTRATION
CAUSE NO. 08C01-1703-EU-12
IN THE CARROLL CIRCUIT COURT,
CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF DEAN E. GOSLEE,
DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that Diane
G. Hill and Abigail A. Diener were on
the 6th day of March, 2017, appointed
Personal Representatives of the Estate of Dean E. Goslee, deceased,
who died on the 16th day of February,
2017, and the Personal Representatives were authorized to administer the
estate without court supervision.
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 6th
day of March, 2017.
Andrea S. Miller
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Carroll County, Indiana
OBEAR, OVERHOLSER, HUFFER
& RIDER, LLC
102 South Union Street
P.O. Box 257
Delphi, Indiana 46923
Telephone (765) 564-3060
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
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Notice of Property
Sold at Tax Sale
JAMA S HENDERSON and any interested party of record, heirs of assigns, You are hereby notified that in
accordance with IC 6-1.1-25-4.5 DOUGLAS M. HINES has purchased a tax
sale certificate for the following described real estate at tax sale held on
Oct. 3, 2016, in the CARROLL County
Government Center, 101 W. MAIN
STREET, #201, DELPHI, IN 46923 towit: Legal Description: 017-14016-00
WILSON’S 2ND ADD PT LOT 2.
ALSO LEGALLY DESCRIBED AS:
FORTY-EIGHT AND ONE THIRD
(48 1/3) FEET OFF THE SOUTH
AND OF LOT THIRTY-TWO (32) IN
WILSON’S ADDITION TO THE
TOWN, OF NOW CITY OF DELPHI, CARROLL COUNTY, INDIANA. Common Address: 110 S. HIGH
ST., DELPHI, IN 46923
Key No.: 08-06-29-014-016,000-
007
Case No.: 08C01-1609-MI-32
Be it known that DOUGLAS M.
HINES has the legal right and will file
a Petition for the Issuance of Tax Deed
on the above mentioned real estate in
the Carroll Circuit Court, 101 W. MAIN
STREET, #201, DELPHI, IN 46923, on
or after Oct. 4, 2017.
Be it further known that JAMA S.
HENDERSON as the occupant and/or
a person with substantial property interest of record is entitled to redeem
the above-mentioned real estate by
paying the amount of the judgment for
taxes, special assessments, penalties
and other costs by the expiration of redemption of Oct. 3, 2017.
The real estate has not yet been redeemed. The purchaser, DOUGLAS
M. HINES, or the purchaser’s assignees will be entitled to receive a
deed to the real estate if it is not redeemed by Oct. 3, 2017, In the event
the real estate is redeemed, the purchaser or the purchasers successors
or assignees is entitled to the reimbursement for additional taxes or special assessments on the real estate
that were paid by the purchaser subsequent to the tax sale and before redemption plus 10%-15% per annum on
these taxes and special assessments
together with the costs of giving notice
under the statute and the costs of examining and updating title and court
costs IC 6-1.1-25-2.
For the actual amount required for
redemption, the CARROLL County Auditor will compute the to-date costs.
You may contact the CARROLL
County Auditor for the exact amount for
redemption or for further information
regarding the sale by telephone number 765-564-3172.
Craig & Craig, LLC, Attorneys
11035 Broadway, Suite B
Crown Point, IN 46307
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STATE OF INDIANA
COUNTY OF CARROLL
IN THE CARROLL CIRCUIT COURT
CASE NO. 08C01-1702-MI-7
RE CHANGE OF NAME OF:
Arianna Elyzabeth Fields
Lindsay Renee Taylor
Petitioner
NOTICE OF HEARING
Notice is hereby given that Petitioner
Lindsay Renee Taylor, pro se, filed a
Verified Petition for Change of Name of
Minor to change the name of minor
child from Arianna Elyzabeth Fields to
Arianna Elyzabeth Taylor.
The petition is scheduled for hearing
in the Carroll Circuit Court on May 1,
2017, at 9 o’clock a.m., which is more
than thirty (30) days after the third publication of this notice. Any person has
the right to appear at the hearing and
to file written objections on or before
the hearing date. The parties shall report to Carroll Circuit Court.
Date: Feb. 28, 2017
Andrea S. Miller
Clerk of Carroll Circuit Court
Distribution:
Lindsay Renee Taylor
7833 S. 800 W.
Rossville, IN 46065
Richard Thomas Fields
3617 Zenner Ahrens Rd.
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The following will be sold for charges:
9297 OLD STATE RD LAFAYETTE
At 4/12/2017 @ 02:00 PM
2002 DODGE
3D7HU18Z32G211956 $2,155.00.
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Carroll County, Indiana, will receive
sealed bids until the hour of 8:30 a.m.,
Local Time on the 3rd day of April,
2017, at the Office of the Carroll
County Auditor in the Carroll County
Courthouse, Delphi, Indiana, for the
furnishing and delivering of materials,
supplies, equipment, and services for
the maintenance, construction and reconstruction of county roads and
bridges from April 4, 2017, until April
15, 2018, using Motor Vehicle Highway, Local Road and Street, EDIT,
Wheel Tax and Cumulative Bridge
Funds. Any bid received after the
above-designated time will be returned
unopened. Bids will be opened on
Monday, April 3, 2017 at approximately
9:30 a.m. during the Carroll County
Commissioners regular meeting.
All bids shall be made in duplicate
copies. All bids shall have bid title and
item number clearly marked on the outside face of the envelope with one item
per envelope. For example, a single
bid may include Item 1A, 1B, 1C and
1D, but not 1A and 5A. Bid must be
submitted on Form 95. Each bidder
shall accompany his bid with a bidder’s
bond or certified check for not less than
ten (10) percent of the total of the bid
amount, if the total of materials or supplies equals $100,000.00 or more. For
Bituminous Materials and Asphalt
Mixes only, bidders shall have the
right to increase the contract unit
price(s) in the amount equal to the bidder’s increase in costs of materials and
supplies occurring subsequent to the
date on which such bid is submitted
(hereinafter referred to as “base date”)
to the Board of Commissioner’s. Any
increase or decrease in the bidder’s
cost of materials and supplies after the
base date shall be determined monthly,
and shall be verified by proper documents furnished to the Board of Commissioners through the County
Highway Engineer and shall include
proof of price to the bidder from the
bidder’s source of supply.
Bidder MUST state on his bid if said
bid is subject to the escalator clause.
Bids submitted without such declaration will be considered as firm for the
full year-long period. Bids will be honored with regard to location and according to availability of materials and
according to county needs.
Detailed specifications for the following items are on file in the offices of
the Carroll County Highway Department. State size and/or make and model
number, price per hour (with operator
where listed and with or without operator where operator is not specifically
listed), for the rental of:
a. Distributor**
b. Rubber-tired roller
c. Steel-wheeled roller
d. Grader
e. Front-end loader
f. Road widener**
g. Self-propelled chip spreader box**
h. Tandem dump truck**
i. Single-axle dump truck**
j. Asphalt paver
k. Sheepsfoot roller
** Bid with operator
2. Bituminous Materials
Liquid Bituminous Materials for Seal
Coating (AE-90) - 300,000 gallons,
more or less
Liquid Bituminous Materials for Seal
Coating (AE-90s) - 300,000 gallons,
more or less
3. Liquid Dust Control - 40,000 gallons,
more or less ———— Liquid Calcium
Chloride Solution (38%) furnished and
applied at any point in Carroll County
as designated by the Carroll County
Highway Engineer
4. Asphalt Mixes
a. Hot Asphaltic Concrete
(Base, Binder or Surface)
4,000 tons, more or less
Summer or Winter Cold Patching Mix
1,000 tons, more or less
The Board or County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and
all bids and to waive any informality in
bidding. If product is not available at
certain times, bids shall stipulate same.
By order of the Commissioners of
Carroll County through Paul Couts,
County Highway Engineer.
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Notice of Property
Sold at Tax Sale
JAMES M. HARGER and any interested party of record, heirs of assigns,
You are hereby notified that in accordance with IC 6-1.1-25-4.5 DOUGLAS
M. HINES has purchased a tax sale
certificate for the following described
real estate at tax sale held on Oct. 3,
2016, in the CARROLL County Government Center, 101 W. MAIN
STREET, #201, DELPHI, IN 46923 towit: Legal Description: 005-22035-00
DELPHI COMMERCIAL CLUB
LOT 32 08-06-19-000-052.000-006
AND 08-06-19-000-053.000-006
ARE TO BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER; AND 005-
22036-00 DELPHI COMMERCIAL
CLUB LOT 31 &N2 VAC ALLEY 08-
06-19-000-052.000-006 AND 08-
06-19-000-053,000-006 ARE TO
BE SOLD AND REDEEMED TOGETHER. Common Address: 3697 N
BREWER AVE, DELPHI, IN 46923
AND N. BREWER AVENUE, DELPHI, IN 46923
Key No.: 08-06-19-000-052.000-
006 and 08-06-19-000-053.000-
006
Case No.: 08C01-1609-MI-32
Be it known that DOUGLAS M.
HINES has the legal right and will file
a Petition for the Issuance of Tax Deed
on the above mentioned real estate in
the Carroll Circuit Court, 101 W. MAIN
STREET, #201, DELPHI, IN 46923, on
or after Oct. 4, 2017.
Be it further known that JAMES M.
HARGER as the occupant and/or a
person with substantial property interest of record is entitled to redeem the
above-mentioned real estate by paying
the amount of the judgment for taxes,
special assessments, penalties and
other costs by the expiration of redemption of Oct. 3, 2017.
The real estate has not yet been redeemed. The purchaser, DOUGLAS
M. HINES, or the purchaser’s assignees will be entitled to receive a
deed to the real estate if it is not redeemed by Oct. 3, 2017, In the event
the real estate is redeemed, the purchaser or the purchasers successors
or assignees is entitled to the reimbursement for additional taxes or special assessments on the real estate
that were paid by the purchaser subsequent to the tax sale and before redemption plus 10%-15% per annum on
these taxes and special assessments
together with the costs of giving notice
under the statute and the costs of examining and updating title and court
costs IC 6-1.1-25-2.
For the actual amount required for
redemption, the CARROLL County Auditor will compute the to-date costs.
You may contact the CARROLL
County Auditor for the exact amount for
redemption or for further information
regarding the sale by telephone number Craig & Craig, LLC, Attorneys
11035 Broadway, Suite B
Crown Point, IN 46307
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