5 Legals

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF HOMIER'S MONUMENTAL, INC. Notice is hereby given that on 25th day of September, 2014, HOMIER'S MONUMENTAL, INC., an Ohio for profit corporation, having its principal office at 07744 State Route 66, Defiance, Ohio 43512, Defiance County, Ohio, by resolution of its Members, elected to dissolve and wind up its affairs effective August 29, 2014, and that a Certificate of such dissolution was filed in the office of the Secretary of State on the 29th day of August, 2014. Homier's Monumental, Inc. James K. Weaner Weaner, Yoder, Hill & Weber, Ltd., 401 Wayne Avenue Defiance, Ohio 43512 Phone: 419-782-3010`

Case No. 00017168 The First Partial account of Miller, Freeman E. Guardian of the estate of Miller, Adella V. No. 000171681 has been filed and will be set for hearing on 11/10/2014 at 10:00 a.m. in the Probate Court of Defiance County, Ohio. Exceptions thereto shall be filed in writing and a copy thereof given to the fiduciary five days prior to the date of hearing. Jeffrey A. Strausbaugh Probate Judge`

ORDINANCE NO. 7664 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO AWARD A CONTRACT TO REFORESTATION & WILDLIFE SERVICES AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY WHEREAS, the City undertook work to stabilize the Auglaize riverbank between Second and Fort Streets; and, WHEREAS, the permit issued by the US Army Corps of Engineers authorizing the work requires removal of invasive species and replanting of the upper bank to prevent erosion above the level of the installed breakwater improvement; and, WHEREAS, bids were solicited to undertake the required work and Reforestation & Wildlife Services of Ft. Recovery, Ohio, submitted the lowest cost proposal; Now therefore, be it enacted by the Council of the Municipality of Defiance, Ohio, that Section 1: The City Administrator is authorized to award a contract to Reforestation & Wildlife Services to perform the services and to supply and install the materials detailed in the proposal dated August 11, 2014, on the terms and at the price therein quoted. Section 2: The Finance Director is authorized to pay the contract price of $45,355.00 from 2014 Budgetary Line 403-901-5-2-979-108. Section 3: It is found and determined that all legislative actions pertaining to the adoption of this Ordinance were taken in Public Session and that all deliberations that affected or influenced any such legislative act, including all deliberations in Committee, were conducted in Public Session duly convened in accordance with law. Section 4: This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary to preserve the health, safety or welfare of the community for the reason that the authorized work must be completed in the autumn of 2014 to comply with obligations of the permit authorizing the work and requirements of the grant received and expended to pay for extensive work to stabilize lower elevations of the riverbank. As such, this Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon passage by an affirmative vote of not less than 5 Members of Council and approval of the Mayor. Passed: September 23, 2014 Mike McCann, President of Council Votes in Favor of Adoption: 6 Votes Opposed to Adoption: 0 Attest: Lisa Elders, Clerk Approved: September 23, 2014 Bob Armstrong, Mayor`

RESOLUTION No. 2474 A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE DEFIANCE COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION'S ALTERNATE PLAN OF APPORTIONMENT OF THE UNDIVIDED LOCAL GOVERNMENT FUNDS. WHEREAS, the Defiance County Budget Commission has proposed an alternate plan of apportionment of the undivided local government funds, and WHEREAS, an alternate plan requires the consent of each affected local governmental entity in order to be adopted and implemented, Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Council of the Municipality of Defiance, Defiance County, Ohio, that: Section 1: Any hearings before the Defiance County Budget Commission regarding apportionment of the undivided local government fund pursuant to Section 5747, Ohio Revised Code are hereby waived. This Council agrees to the Defiance County Budget Commission alternate plan of apportionment of the local government funds on the basis of need and the amount received in past years and agrees to accept the sum of One-hundred sixty-thousand eight-hundred two and 44/100 dollars ($160,802.44) as its share of the undivided local government fund. Section 2: It is found and determined that all legislative actions pertaining to the adoption of this Resolution were taken in Public Session and that all deliberations that affected or influenced any such legislative act, including all deliberations in Committee, were conducted in Public Session duly convened in accordance with law. Section 3: This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after the earliest date permitted by law. Passed: September 23, 2014 Mike McCann, President of Council Attest: Lisa Elders, Clerk Votes Approving Adoption: 6 Votes Opposing Adoption: 0 Approved: September 23 , 2014 Bob Armstrong, Mayor`

ORDINANCE NO. 7663 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY HISTORIAN TO SELL COINS DEACCESSIONED FROM THE ANDREW L. TUTTLE MEMORIAL MUSEUM BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY WHEREAS, the municipal government accepted a collection of coins, stamps and historic artifacts bequeathed by Andrew F. Tuttle and established the Andrew Tuttle Memorial Museum in conformity with the terms of the bequest; and, WHEREAS, Chapter 165 of the Codified Ordinances, as most recently amended by Ordinance 7603, empowers the Andrew L. Tuttle Memorial Museum Board to deaccession artifacts from the collection and provides for the segregation, investment and use of moneys received as proceeds from the sale of deaccessioned artifacts; and, WHEREAS, Numismatic Auctions, L.L.C. is uniquely qualified to provide consultive services to the Andrew L. Tuttle Memorial Museum and auction services to the municipal government by reason of a long relationship with Andrew L. Tuttle, participation in the assembly of the Tuttle collection and intimate knowledge of the collection contents; and, WHEREAS, the Museum Board engaged Numismatic Auctions, L.L.C. to assist the Board in making determinations about the relevance of various artifacts to museum purposes and provide guidance about the time, place and manner of sale likely to maximize the liquidation value of deaccessioned artifacts; and, WHEREAS, the Andrew L. Tuttle Memorial Museum Board deaccessioned 312 individual coins and 18 proof sets by appropriate action taken on September 18, 2014, and recommends that the deaccessioned coins be liquidated by sale at a public auction to be conducted by Numismatic Auctions, L.L.C. in November, 2014; and, WHEREAS, Numismatic Auctions, L.L.C. has offered to sell deaccessioned museum artifacts at discounted commission rates; Now therefore, be it enacted by the Council of the Municipality of Defiance, Ohio, that: Section 1: The City Historian is authorized to execute and deliver the proposed consignment agreement establishing a continuing relationship between the municipality and Numismatic Auctions, L.L.C. All individual coins and proof sets deaccessioned from the Andrew L. Tuttle Memorial Museum on September 18, 2014, are declared to be municipal surplus and the City Historian is authorized to sell the same at public auction conducted in conformity with the terms of the consignment. All proceeds of sale shall be deposited to the public sub-fund of the Endowed Donor Advised Fund established by Ordinance 7603. Section 2: It is found and determined that all legislative actions pertaining to the adoption of this Ordinance were taken in Public Session and that all deliberations that affected or influenced any such legislative act, including all deliberations in Committee, were conducted in Public Session duly convened in accordance with law. Section 3: This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary to the welfare of the community for the reason that immediate execution of the authorized consignment agreement is required to assure proper advertisement of the deaccessioned artifacts in advance of the scheduled sale. As such, this Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon passage by an affirmative vote of not less than 5 Members of Council and approval of the Mayor. Passed: September 23, 2014 Mike McCann, President of Council Votes in Favor of Adoption: 6 Votes Opposed to Adoption: 0 Attest: Lisa Elders, Clerk Approved: September 23, 2014 Bob Armstrong, Mayor`

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed proposals will be received in accordance with law until 2:00 p.m., October 10th, 2014, at the office of the Wayne Trace Treasurer, located at 4917 US Route 127, Haviland, Ohio 45851, for the furnishing of one (1) eight-four (84) passenger diesel conventional bus. Separate and independent bids will be received with respect to the chassis and body type, and will state that the bus when assembled and prior to delivery will comply with all school district specifications, all safety regulations and the current Ohio minimum standards for school bus construction of the Department of Education adopted by and with the consent of the Director of Highway Safety and all other pertinent provisions of law. The proposals will be publicly opened in the conference room of the Wayne Trace Local School Central Office October 10, 2014, at 2:01 p.m., and read immediately thereafter by the Treasurer of the Wayne Trace Local School District. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. Specifications and instructions to bidders are on file in the office of the Superintendent of the Wayne Trace Local Schools. Please call 419-263-2415 for information.`

Case Nos. 31878 and 31879 NOTICE OF HEARING FOR TEMPORARY CUSTODY TO THE DEFIANCE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY TO: Heather Riley, last known address, 906 Lincoln Drive, Defiance, Ohio 43512; Be advised that there is now pending before the Honorable Judge Jeffery A. Strausbaugh in Defiance County Common Pleas Court, Juvenile Divison, in Case Numbers 31878 and 31879, In the Matter of Kysen Moll and Kinley Moll, a Complaint filed by the Defiance County Department of Job and Family Services requesting temporary custody of the minor children, Kysen Moll, age 6, (DOB:8/07/07) and Kinley Moll, age 3, (D.O.B. 9/10/10), born to Heather Riley. Take Notice that a hearing on the Complaint shall be heard in the above captioned Court in the Defiance County Courthouse, 221 Clinton Street, Defiance, Ohio, on Wednesday, the 5th day of November, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. You are ORDERED to appear before said Court on said date. Failure to so appear may cause you to lose valuable rights or be subject to Court sanction. You are notified that: 1. Any party is entitled to a lawyer in all proceedings in Juvenile Court. If a party cannot afford a lawyer and meets certain requirements, the court will appoint one upon request. If you wish to have a lawyer but believe you cannot afford one, telephone 419-782-4181 for Ms. Amanda Nagel at Juvenile Court between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. 2. An order granting temporary custody will cause the removal of the child from their parents' legal custody until the Court terminates the order of temporary custody or permanently divests the parents of their parental rights. 3. An order granting legal custody to another will cause the removal of the child from their parents' legal custody until the Court terminates the order of legal custody or permanently diverts the parents of their parental rights. 4. An order granting protective supervision to the Defiance County Department of Job and Family Services could require you to participate with a case plan that could include parenting classes, counseling and monitoring of your home by an agency caseworker. Jeffrey A. Stausbaugh Judge and Ex-Officio Clerk Amanda Nagel, Deputy Clerk`