Legals December 1, 2017

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MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' MEETING September 05, 2017 TECHNOLOGY Approved and signed attached the lease agreement and two fee schedules between Frontier Communications America, Inc. and Bonner County to support the implementation of a public safety 9-1-1 telephone system from Frontier Communications. This 9-1-1 phone system will allow Bonner County to reduce our equipment costs by sharing Post Falls 9-1-1 telephone system, and allow Bonner County to use Post Falls Police Department's PSAP to back up Bonner County's PSAP. AIRPORT Approved the Contract with Douglas Construction & Custom Cutting in the amount of $28,996.78 for the construction of a road to the Sandpoint Airport Automated Weather Observing System. The road is necessary to access & maintain the equipment as required by the FAA, also authorizing the Chairman to sign the contract administratively. EMS Approved and sign the commercial lease agreement for 521 N. Third Ave. Sandpoint, ID 83864 for a one year lease agreement between Third Ave, LLC and Bonner County at a rate of $5,752.55 per month for the building in which Bonner County EMS Currently resides. Approved Resolution #17 - 80 declaring the listed vehicle and equipment as surplus. Approved Resolution # 17- 81 for the transfer of a carport to the Bonner County Fair Grounds from Bonner County EMS. ROAD & BRIDGE Requested the Idaho Community Foundation distribute funds from the "Bonner County Road & Bridge Fund" (Turnbull Estate) in the amount of $178,099 for FY2016 and FY2017 and approve Resolution 17- 82 to deposit those funds in Road & Bridge account 002-8760 Contracts Roads as Unanticipated Revenue for Talache Road Slide repairs. Approved the Easement Agreement with BNSF Railway Company for Roadway Construction, Maintenance and Use for the new Sportsman Access Road in Cocolalla, ID. EXECUTIVE SESSION -Road & Bridge, Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (C) Real Property with Road & Bridge. Discussion/Decision Regarding Approval of Purchase and Sale Agreement, Blanchard Aggregate Property; $402,000. At 9:40 a.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (c) Real Property with Road & Bridge. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Yes, Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly -Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Approved the RE-24 Vacant Land Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreement offering Interstate Concrete $402,000 for purchase of 50± acres of aggregate property located two miles north of Blanchard, Idaho, on the east side of State Highway 41, Pending final legal review and to approve the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to sign the agreement administratively. EXECUTIVE SESSION - Human Resources, Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring & (B) Personnel with Human Resources. At 9:45 a.m. Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (a) (b) Hiring & Personnel with Human Resources. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Yes, Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. ________________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of August 29, 2017 - September 5, 2017 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. TAX CANCELLATIONS & SPECIAL MEETINGS On Wednesday, August 30, 2017 Treasurer Cheryl Piehl met with the Board to discuss the following files: RPK0218023013BA, RPK0218023009AA, RPK0218023001AA, RP57N01E212655A, RPK00000016377A, and RP55N04W194901A. On Wednesday, August 30, 2017 a Bid Opening was held pursuant to §74-204(2). Commissioner Connolly moved to turn over the bid to the airport for their review and recommendation. Commissioner McDonald stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. SNP LEGAL 5046 DECEMBER 1, 2017

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' MEETING September 12, 2017 CLERK - Approved payment of the FY17 Claims in Batch #24 $867,232.34 & Demands Batch #24 $69,735.86 totaling $936,968.20. General Fund $68,079.36; Road & Bridge $197,348.12; Airport $2,400.69; Elections $14,710.92; Drug Court $2,262.96; District Court $33,645.91; 911 Fund $22,475.29; Revaluation $2,315; Solid Waste $352,091.20; Tort $1,561.60; Weeds $1,248.82; Parks & Recreation $385.98; Highway Special State $12,209.65; Justice Fund $138,596.52; Snow Groomers $85.76; Waterways $636.61; Grants $17,177.75; Demands $69,735.86. Approved payment of FY17 EMS Claims Batch #24 $21,273.38 and Demands $6,251.62 in Batch #24 totaling $27,525.00. EMS Approved and signed the contracts for the provision of emergency and non-emergency medical transport services in Bonner County with the Kootenai County Emergency Medical Services System, Priest Lake EMT's, Schweitzer Fire District, Clark Fork Valley Ambulance commencing October 1, 2017. The total cost of these contracts will be $129,000.00 for the fiscal year and will be paid in installments of $10,750.00 a month. Approved the medical director consent and dispatch agreement for all the fire protection districts who wish to be considered collaborative agencies with Bonner County. Approved and sign the Medical Director Agreement between Dr. Ronald Jenkins and Bonner County EMS for the 2018 fiscal year. This contract commences October 1, 2017 and will remain effective for one year. The cost of this contract is $45,360.00 which will be paid in monthly installments of $3,780.00. Approved and sign the Notice of Intent to Renew with Columbia State Bank for the Ambulance Lease. Approved and sign the FY2018 Idaho Emergency Medical Services Account III Grant with the Department of Health and Welfare for the amount of $20,000.00 for Bonner County EMS to purchase a power load gurney. TECHNOLOGY Approved and signed the attached Equipment Purchase, Installation, Maintenance Schedule between Frontier Communications America, Inc. and Bonner County to support the implementation of a public safety 9-1-1 telephone system. This 9-1-1 phone system allow Bonner County to reduce our equipment costs by sharing Post Falls 9-1-1 telephone system, and allow Bonner County to use Post Falls Police Department's PSAP to back up Bonner County's PSAP in an emergency. FACILITIES & RECREATION Approved the request by RadioFlash Film, LLC to utilize the Hope Bridge and Marina, neighboring access road, parking lot and docks for a film with conditions specified by Bonner County. Local boaters will be able to use Pringle Park and Trestle Creek. The film crew is thankful for this opportunity and will donate $2,000.00 to the Bonner County Parks & Waterways Department for the improvement of the Swimming area beneath Hope Bridge. COMMISSIONERS Approved the renumbering of the resolution listed within this memo from Resolution Number #17-76 to #17-78. AIRPORTS Awarded the Sandpoint Airport Taxilane Repaving Project to Interstate Concrete in the amount of $158,225.00 and authorize the Airport Director to move forward with the Construction Contract. ________________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of September 5, 2017 - September 12, 2017 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. SPECIAL MEETINGS & EXECUTIVE SESSIONS On Wednesday, September 6, 2017 Assistance Director Kevin Rothenberger met with the Board to discuss the following files: Denied: 2017-058 On Thursday, September 7, 2017 a Public Hearing Regarding Noise on Public Waterways was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204(2). Commissioner McDonald moved to amend Bonner County Revised Code, Title 3, Chapter 1, Section 108: for noise to include Priest Lake, Pend Oreille River, Lake Pend Oreille and other navigable water of Bonner County; providing for penalties for violations, and providing for publication thereof by removing the proposed amended language from Section E and replace it with the language from Section F, and to amend the language for Section D as follows: it is unlawful for any operator of a vessel to cause, operate, or permit the operation of, any sound amplification system to include but not limited to items such as radios, compact disc players or attached portable music devices which can be heard outside of the vessel from 200 or more feet when the vessel is being operated on Bonner County waters, unless that system is being operated to request assistance or warn of a hazardous situation. Exceptions: This section shall not apply to any motor driven watercraft being operated under emergency conditions or by any authorized agent of any law enforcement agency of the state of Idaho, or the United states of America, or any political subdivision, while said agent is acting in the performance of his duties, or any aircraft which is landing or taking off on the water. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote - Commissioner Connolly - Aye; Commissioner Bailey - Aye; Commissioner McDonald - Aye. All in favor. The motion passed. On Friday, September 8, 2017 an Executive Session regarding Personnel with Michael Rosedale was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-206(1)(B). On Monday, September 11, 2017 a Debrief Meeting was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204(2). On Friday, September 11, 2017 an Executive Session regarding Personnel with Road & Bridge and Human Resources was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-206(1)(B). SNP LEGAL 5047 DECEMBER 1, 2017

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' MEETING September 19, 2017 TREASURER Approved Resolution #17 - 85 authorizing the County Treasurer to destroy the attached documents as listed and outlined in the Treasurer's Retention Policy Resolution. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Approved Resolution #17- 86 authorizing the Sheriff''s Office to destroy the Sheriff''s Office and Jail records listed on Exhibit A. Approved Resolution #17- 87 authorizing the Clerk to open the jail "B" budget and increase line item 03461 8060 Medical by $10,000; and reduce line 03478 6020 by $10,000. PUBLIC DEFENDER Approved the Conflict Public Defender First level Conflict Contract with Serra Woods at the hourly rate stated in the contract. Approved the Conflict Public Defender Second Level Conflict contract with Bruce H. Greene at the hourly rate stated in the contract. Approved the Conflict Public Defender CASA contract with Margaret Williams at the yearly rate stated in the contract. HUMAN RESOURCES Approved the revision to the Bonner County Personnel Policy Manual, adding the following policy language, "any department-specific policies which have not been reviewed by HR for compatibility and compliance with the BOCC's master personnel policy and approved by the BOCC are deemed void and of no effect." ROAD & BRIDGE Repealed Resolution 17-82 and replace with Resolution 17- 88 that requests the Idaho Community Foundation distribute funds from the "Bonner County Road & Bridge Fund" (Turnbull Estate) in the amount of $178,099 for FY2016 and FY2017 and deposit $78,099 from the Turnbull Estate into Road & Bridge account 002-8760 Contracts Roads as Unanticipated Revenue. As indicated the remaining $100,000 has already been accounted for in Highway Special account 032-8550 Road Maintenance Other. All funds will be used toward the Talache Road Slide repairs. Awarded the contract for construction of the Talache Rd Slide Repair to CE Kramer Crane & Contracting for the amounts listed on the bid submittal form, for a total of $225,485.00, also moved to authorize the Board Chairman to sign this administratively. PLANNING Approved Resolution #17-89 reappointing Brian Bailey and Trevor Kempton to a 3-year term on the Planning & Zoning Commission, to begin October 1, 2017 and ending September 30, 2020. TECHNOLOGY Approved and sign the attached Proposal for Ethernet Services to allow for continued reliable and cost effective and improved services. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (F) Litigation with Airports and Scott Bauer At 10:01 a.m. Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (f) Litigation. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Yes, Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Approved Road Products, Inc, Change Order #2 in the amount of $11,010.95 and further approve the final project payment to RPI in the amount of $43,850.02. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (B) Personnel with EMS & Human Resources At 10:26 a.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel with EMS. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Yes, Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 11:20 a.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1)(F) Litigation with Human Resources At 11:20 a.m. Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (f) Litigation with Human Resources. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Yes, Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. ________________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of September 12, 2017 - September 19, 2017 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. TAX CANCELLATIONS & ASSISTANCE On Wednesday, September 13, 2017 Treasurer Cheryl Piehl met with the Board to discuss the following files: Approved: MH01710000002AA, MH54N03W13477MA On Wednesday, September 13, 2017 an Assistance Meeting was held to discuss the following files: Denied: 2017-055 SPECIAL MEETINGS & EXECUTIVE SESSIONS On Tuesday, September 12, 2017 a Planning Update was held pursuant to §74-204(2). On Wednesday, September 13, 2017 a Planning Hearing was held pursuant to §74-204(2). Commissioner McDonald moved to approve this project FILE ZC358-16 a zone change from Suburban to Rural Service center, finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing.Further moved to adopt the findings of fact and conclusions of law as written. This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner McDonald - aye, Commissioner Bailey - aye, Commissioner Connolly - aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Connolly moved to approve an Ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, Ordinance number 569 citing its authority, and providing for the amendment of the Official Zoning Map of Bonner County by the reclassification of lands generally located in Section 10, Township 59 North, Range 4 West from Suburban to Rural Service Center, and providing for an effective date. I further move to authorize the Chair to sign the official supplementary zoning map upon publication of the ordinance. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - aye, Commissioner Bailey - aye, Commissioner Connolly - aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner McDonald moved to approve project, FILE AM155-17, requesting a comprehensive plan amendment for the subject property from Rural Residential to Suburban Growth Area, finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing. I further move to adopt the findings of fact and conclusions of law as written. This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. Roll call vote: All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Connolly made a motion to approve Resolution #17-83 amending the Bonner County Projected Land Use Plan Map. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner McDonald moved to approve project, FILE ZC362-17, requesting a zone change for the subject property from Rural 5 to Suburban, finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing. Further moved to adopt the findings of fact and conclusions of law as written. This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Connolly moved to approve an Ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, number 570 , citing its authority, and providing for the amendment of the Official Zoning Map of Bonner County by the reclassification of lands generally located in Section 29, Township 56N, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian from Rural-5 to Suburban, and providing for an effective date. Further moved to authorize the Chair to sign the official supplementary zoning map upon publication of the ordinance. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - aye, Commissioner Bailey - aye, Commissioner Connolly - aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner McDonald moved to approve project, FILE AM156-17, requesting a comprehensive plan amendment for the subject property from Prime Agricultural/Forest (20+) to Agricultural/Forest (10-20), finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing. Further moved to adopt the findings of fact and conclusions of law as written. This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Aye, Commissioner Bailey - Aye, Commissioner Connolly - Aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Conclusion 1 The proposed comprehensive plan map amendment is in accord with the Bonner County comprehensive plan. * Property Rights * Population * School Facilities * Economic Development * Land Use * Natural Resources * Hazardous Areas * Public Services * Transportation * Recreation * Special Areas or Sites * Housing Commissioner McDonald moved to approve project, FILE AM156-17, requesting a comprehensive plan amendment for the subject property from Prime Agricultural/Forest (20+) to Agricultural/Forest (10-20), finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing. Further moved to adopt the findings of fact and conclusions of law as written. This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Aye, Commissioner Bailey - Aye, Commissioner Connolly - Aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Conclusion 1: The proposed comprehensive plan map amendment is in accord with the Bonner County comprehensive plan. * Property Rights * Population * School Facilities, * Economic Development * Land Use * Natural Resources * Hazardous Areas * Public Services * Transportation * Recreation * Special Areas or Sites * Housing * Community Design * Implementation * Transportation Commissioner Connolly moved to approve Resolution #17-84, citing its authority, and providing for the amendment of the Bonner County Projected Land Use Plan Map by the reclassification of lands generally located in the west half of Section 24, Township 57N, Range 5W, Boise Meridian, from Prime Agricultural/Forest (20+) to Agricultural/Forest (10-20), and providing for an effective date. I further move to authorize the Chair to sign the official supplementary land use map upon publication of the ordinance. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner McDonald moved to approve project FILE ZC363-17, requesting a zone change for the subject property from Agricultural/Forestry-20 (A/F-20) to Agricultural/Forestry-10 (A/F-10), finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the following conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing. Further moved to adopt the following findings of fact and conclusions of law as written (or as amended). This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. Roll call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - aye, Commissioner Bailey - aye, Commissioner Connolly - aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Conclusion 1 The proposed zone change is in accord with the Bonner County comprehensive plan. Conclusion 2 This proposal was reviewed for compliance with the zone change criteria and standards set forth at Sections 12-212, 12-215, and 12-216, Bonner County Revised Code, and was found to be in compliance. Conclusion 3 The proposal is in accord with the purpose of the Suburban zoning district, provided at Chapter 3, Bonner County Revised Code. Conclusion 4 The proposal is appropriate for the area based on the surrounding uses and the location of the property. Commissioner Connolly moved to approve of an Ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, number 571, citing its authority, and providing for the amendment of the Official Zoning Map of Bonner County by the reclassification of lands generally located in the west half of Section 24, Township 57N, Range 5W, Boise Meridian, from Agricultural/Forestry-20 (A/F-20) to Agricultural/Forestry-10 (A/F-10), and providing for an effective date. Further moved to authorize the Chair to sign the official supplementary zoning map upon publication of the ordinance. Commissioner McDonald seconded the motion. Roll call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - aye, Commissioner Bailey - aye, Commissioner Connolly - aye. All in favor. The motion passed. On Friday, September 15, 2017 a Bid Opening was held pursuant to §74-204(2). Commissioner Connolly moved to turn over the bid to the airport for their review and recommendation. Commissioner McDonald stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. On Monday, September 18, 2017 a meeting with Marilyn Miller regarding Mental Health Court was held pursuant to §74-204(2). On Monday, September 18, 2017 an Executive Session was held pursuant to §74-204(2). SNP LEGAL 5048 DECEMBER 1, 2017

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' MEETING October 3, 2017 CLERK Approved Resolution #17-90 designating suitable polling places for each precinct for the November 7, 2017 election. Approved payment of the FY17 Claims in Batch #25 $1,126,202.23 & Demands Batch #25 $1,046,829.05 totaling $2,173,031.28. General Fund $382,174.04; Road & Bridge $244,431.34; Airport $41,617.22; Elections $65.23; Drug Court $8,469.70; District Court $26,398.90; 911 Fund $86,833.68; Court Interlock Devices $195.00; Indigent & Charity $7,918.06; Revaluation $1,629.71; Solid Waste $74,972.77; Tort $17,551.10; Weeds $15,465.37; Parks & Recreation $352.04; Highway Special State $834.75; Justice Fund $161,843.78; Snow Groomers $113.15; Waterways $10,484.82; Grants $44,851.57; Demands $1,046,829.05. Approved payment of FY17 EMS Claims Batch #25 $40,604.46 and Demands $6,265.24 in Batch #25 totaling $46,869.70. Approved the Computer Arts contract for 2018 fiscal year and allow the Chairman to sign the renewal administratively. GIS Approved the renewal of the ESRI Enterprise Software agreement and authorize the disbursement of funds of $35,000.00 for the yearly renewal. JUSTICE SERVICES Approved the Juvenile Detention Agreement between Lincoln County, Montana and Bonner County, Idaho. This agreement sets forth the conditions under which Bonner County will house juveniles under the jurisdiction of Lincoln County, Montana. The term of Agreement is for a period of one (1) year, ending September 30, 2018. Approved the Northern States Pest Control pest management contract for FY 2017-2018 for the term of one (1) year, September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018, whereby Northern States Pest Control agrees to perform quarterly spraying at the Bonner County Justice Services building at a cost of $780.00, as approved by legal. Approved the Memorandum of Understanding between Canyon County and Bonner County for the assignment of Steve Jett to conduct PREA Audit. This agreement sets forth the conditions under which Steve Jett will conduct a PREA audit for Bonner County at the Bonner County Juvenile Detention Center during the 2017-2018 fiscal year pursuant to the Prison Rape Elimination Act's National Standards as codified at 28 CFR 115 as set forth under Exhibit "A" and "B" to the Agreement and has been approved by legal. SOLID WASTE Approved the ratification of the approval of the change order from Earthworks Northwest for the Dufort Transfer site and decrease the contract amount from $573,000.00 to $572,186.00 for a difference of $814.00. HUMAN RESOURCES Approved the revision to the Bonner County Personnel Policy Manual, adding the following policy language: "B". COVERAGE EFFECTIVE 1. New employees hired the 1st-15th of the month, benefit effective date will be 1st of the month following date of hire. 2. New employees hired 16th-30th of the month, benefit effective date will be 1st of the month following 30 days from date of hire. 3. Current Employees moving to a benefit eligible position will have benefits effective first of the month following the change in status. Approved the revision to the Bonner County Personnel Policy Manual eliminating any and all policy language referencing probationary period. PLANNING Waived 100% of the conditional use permit, and stormwater plan filing fees for Bonner County Public Works Solid Waste Department for a total of $850.00, with the Bonner County Public Works Solid Waste Department reimbursing the Planning Department for actual costs related to legal notices and engineering review. AIRPORT Approved the Sandpoint Airport taxilane re-paving project contract with Interstate Concrete in the amount of $158,225.00 and to issue the Notice to Proceed. Approved the Avista Electric Service Agreement in the amount of $5,750.00 for the Priest River Airport Snow Removal Equipment Shed. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. FACILITIES & RECREATION Awarded the Courthouse Holding Cell Remodel project to Northcon Inc. and accept the AIA Standard Short Form of Agreement between Bonner County and Northcon Inc. in the amount of $391,832.00. The remodel will be funded from 3410 and work is scheduled to begin on September 29, 2017. Authorized the Chairman to sign the agreement administratively. ROAD & BRIDGE Approved the Columbia State Bank Municipal Lease Purchase Agreement and Resolution #17-91 for the lease purchase of one 2017 John Deere 772G Motor Grader for a period of five years at 2.35% with a guaranteed buy back from Pape Machinery for a total lease purchase amount including interest of $256,428.24 and to approved the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners to sign the agreement administratively. MISCELLANEOUS Approved Resolution # 17 - 92 appointing Brent Guyer to the Priest Lake Translator District Board to complete the three year term ending on December 29, 2019. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel -Bob Howard & Cindy Binkerd. Discussion/Decision Regarding Change in Operating Hours for Garfield Bay Transfer Site; Resolution. At 10:06 a.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel with Bob Howard and Cindy Binkerd. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 10:15 a.m. Commissioner Connolly made a motion to approve Resolution #17-93 Garfield Bay Hours of Operations revision. This Resolution approves changing the hours of operations at the Garfield Bay transfer site as follows: Memorial Day through Labor Day 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., 7 days per week and Labor Day through Memorial Day hours of operations shall be Friday through Monday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring -Jerry Clemons & Cindy Binkerd At 10:16 a.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (a) Hiring with Jerry Clemons, Al Ribeiro and Cindy Binkerd. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 10:20 a.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION -Planning & Bill Wilson Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (F) Litigation - Milton Ollerton and Bill Wilson. At 10:20 a.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (f) Litigation with Milton Ollerton & Bill Wilson. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 10:44 a.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION - Road & Bridge and Human Resources Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel - Steve Klatt & Cindy Binkerd. At 10:45 a.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (b) Personnel with Steve Klatt & Cindy Binkerd. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 11:20 a.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel -Cindy Binkerd At 11:20 a.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (b) Personnel with Cindy Binkerd. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 11:30 a.m. Commissioner Connolly made a motion to amend the agenda to add a discussion/decision regarding ES personnel. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Connolly made a motion to approve the informal decision made in Executive Session today. Commissioner Bailey seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey recessed the meeting at 11:30 a.m. until a time to be determined later today, 10/03/17, to reconsider Airport Item #1 Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 1:00 p.m. to reconsider: Airport After a lengthy discussion Commissioner Bailey recommended going into Executive Session under personnel. At 1:21 p.m. Commissioner Connolly moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (b) Personnel with Mike Rosedale, Scott Bauer, Jim Kaiser. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Bailey - Yes, Commissioner Connolly - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey reconvened the meeting at 1:40 p.m. After a brief discussion with Mike Rosedale, Scott Bauer, and Jim Kaiser the Airport Director Jim Kaiser was directed to complete a Budget Adjustment Resolution and present it to the BOCC. ________________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of September 19, 2017- October 3, 2017 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. TAX CANCELLATIONS & ASSISTANCE On Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Treasurer Cheryl Piehl met with the Board to discuss the following files: RP58N01W041500A, TP098000002386A. On Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Assistance Director Kevin Rothenberger to discuss the following files: Approved 2017 - 064, Denied 2017- 056 SPECIAL MEETINGS & EXECUTIVE SESSIONS On Wednesday, September 20, 2017 a Tax Deed Auction was held pursuant to §74-204(2). On Thursday, September 21, 2017 a Special Meeting was held to Award the Courthouse Detention Remodel Project pursuant to §74-204(2). Commissioner McDonald made a motion to approve the Notice of Intent to Award the courthouse holding cells remodel to Northcon, Inc. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. On Thursday, September 21, 2017 a meeting with Hecla Mining was held pursuant to §74-204(2). On Thursday, September 21, 2017 an Executive Session with Risk Management was held pursuant to §74-204(2). On Thursday, September 21, 2017 an Executive Session re: Hiring was held pursuant to §74-204(2). On Tuesday, September 26, 2017 a Special Meeting regarding Hiring, General Liability Insurance was held to §74-204(2). Commissioner Connolly made a motion to postpone this Discussion/Decision until Friday at 1:00 p.m. Commissioner Bailey seconded the motion. There was a lengthy discussion amongst the Board regarding further information brought forward regarding ICRMP. Commissioner Connolly moved to vacate the previous motion, seconded by Commissioner Bailey. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey made a motion to approve the contract with Argonaut Insurance Company to provide Risk Management Liability Insurance for Bonner County for the period of October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018 for the amount of $532,496.00, and authorize Commissioner McDonald to sign on behalf of the BOCC. Commissioner Connolly seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. SNP 5049 DECEMBER 1, 2017

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' MEETING October 10, 2017 CLERK Approved payment of the FY17 Claims in Batch #26 $163,046.68 & Demands Batch #26 $92,050.92 totaling $255,097.60. Claims Batch #26: General Fund $31,162.17; Road & Bridge $18,559.32; Airport $6,480.53; Elections $167.11; 911 Fund $64,947.76; Revaluation $358.75; Solid Waste $5,940.46; Parks and Recreation $277.73; Justice Fund $22,358.95; Snow Groomers $67.62; Waterways $605.53; Grants $12,120.75; Demands Batch #26: $92,050.92. Approved payment of the FY18 Claims in Batch #1 $125,534.82 & Demands Batch #1 $506,783.54 totaling $632,318.36. Claims Batch #1: General Fund $24,101.23; Road & Bridge $31,448.00; Airport $46.05; 911 Fund $9,900.00; Revaluation $608.36; Tort $1,848.00; Weeds $142.29; Justice Fund $20,503.05; Grants $588.68; Auditor's Trust $36,349.16; Demands $506,783.54. PUBLIC DEFENDER Approved payment of the Resolution #17-94 authorizing the Public Defender's Office to destroy the documents as listed in the attached Resolution and as outlined in the Public Defender's Records Retention Policy Resolution #16-22. SHERIFF Approved the Medical Services Contract between Troy W. Geyman, M.D. and the Bonner County Sheriff's Office. The amount of this contract will not exceed $49,500 annually and is effective from September 30, 2017 through September 30, 2018. This agreement may be terminated by either party with 30 days' written notice. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Accepted the Idaho Office of Emergency Management 2017 State Homeland Security Grant award 17SHSP009 in the amount of $61,784.00 and allow the Chairman to sign. Approved Resolution #17-95 authorizing the Director of Emergency Management as the Grant Administrator to prepare, sign and submit quarterly reports for the 2017 State Homeland Security Grant Program number 17SHSP009 in the amount of $61,784.00. RISK MANAGEMENT Approved the proposed Risk Management Policy #2100. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel - EMS with Cindy Binkerd & Bob Bussey. Discussion/Decision Regarding Incorporation of EMS Holiday Pay into Bonner County Personnel Policy Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel - EMS with Cindy Binkerd & Bob Bussey with a Discussion/Decision Regarding Incorporation of EMS Holiday Pay into Bonner County Personnel Policy to follow. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Aye, Commissioner Bailey - Aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey advised that a new policy for EMS will be brought forward to our Regular Weekly Business Meeting next week. Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel - Assessor with Cindy Binkerd & Jerry Clemons. At 9:49 am Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel - Assessor with Cindy Binkerd & Jerry Clemons. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Aye, Commissioner Bailey - Aye. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bailey provided a brief synopsis of the Executive Session and HR will proceed as directed. Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring - with Human Resources & the Clerk's Office. At 9:55 am Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring -with Human Resources & the Clerk's Office. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Aye, Commissioner Bailey - Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. At 10:04 a.m. Commissioner Bailey provided a brief synopsis of the Executive Session stating that Human Resources will make changes to a job description. At 10:05 a.m. Commissioner McDonald moved to amend the agenda by adding an Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring with the Public Defender, Civil Attorney Scott Bauer and Human Resources Director Cindy Binkerd. This is being added for a timeliness issue. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. At 10:06 a.m. Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring with the Public Defender, Civil Attorney Scott Bauer and Human Resources Director Cindy Binkerd. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call - Commissioner McDonald - Aye, Commissioner Bailey. All in favor. The motion passed. At 10:20 a.m. Commissioner Bailey provided a brief synopsis of the Executive Session stating that the Board had a good discussion with our Public Defender Janet Whitney, Civil Council and HR Director Cindy Binkerd. Commissioner McDonald moved to add proposed Resolution #17-96 to the agenda for timeliness reasons, this item is an amendment to the Public Defenders Resolution #02-39. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. Approved Resolution #17-96 amending Resolution #02-39 by adding the following clause to the Resolution: The scope of Public Defender activities is limited exclusively to #1. Indigent Criminal Defense; #2. Civil Contempt; and #3. Child Protective Act proceedings. The BOCC reserves the right to expand the scope of Public Defender services on a case-by-case basis. And to make this retroactive to October 1, 2017 beginning of our fiscal year. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. EXECUTIVE SESSION Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring with Prosecutor's Office, Scott Bauer. Discussion/Decision Regarding a Retainer Agreement with Davillier Law Group, LLC. At 10:23 a.m. Commissioner McDonald moved to enter into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (A) Hiring with Prosecutor's Office, Scott Bauer. Discussion/Decision Regarding a Retainer Agreement with Davillier Law Group, LLC. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner McDonald - Aye, Commissioner Bailey - Aye. All in favor. The motion passed. 10:33 a.m. Commissioner Bailey provided a brief synopsis of the discussion with Colton Boyles and Civil Attorney Scott Bauer. Approved the updated retainer agreement with the Davillier Law Group, LLC. for legal services and have the Chairman sign it administratively. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. ________________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of October 3, 2017 - October 10, 2017 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. TAX CANCELLATIONS & ASSISTANCE On Wednesday, October 4, 2017 Treasurer Cheryl Piehl met with the Board to discuss the following files: Approved: RP57N05W263900A - 2017; RP56N02W085500A - 2017; RP020220030010A - 2017; RP55N02E119000A - 2015-2016; RP58N02W121164A -2016; RPK02180080060A -2015-2017; MHK0218019011NA 2012-2014. On Wednesday, October 4, 2017 Assistance Director Kevin Rothenberger met with the Board to discuss the following files: Denied: 2017-059; 2017-062; 2017-065 SPECIAL MEETINGS & EXECUTIVE SESSIONS On Wednesday, October 4, 2017 a Department Heads Meeting was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204(2). On Wednesday, October 4, 2017 a meeting was held Regarding Certification of Taxing Districts, yield deferred & Homeowner recapture pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204(2). Commissioner Connolly moved to approve the certification of the delinquent fees and taxes to the 2017 real roll as presented by the Treasurer's office. Commissioner Bailey stepped down from the Chair and seconded the motion. All in favor. The motion passed. On Thursday, October 5, 2017 Executive Sessions were held for Benefit Broker Interviews pursuant to Idaho Code §74-206(1)(A). On Thursday, October 5, 2017 an Executive Session regarding Litigation was held With Civil Attorney Bill Wilson and Planning Director Milton Ollerton pursuant to Idaho Code §74-206(1)(F). SNP LEGAL 5050 DECEMBER 1, 2017

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Bonner County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) will hold a public hearing on Monday, January 15, 2018, at 5:30pm in the 1st Floor Conference Room of the Bonner County Administration Building, 1500 Highway 2, Sandpoint, Idaho, to consider adoption of the proposed Bonner County Natural Resource Plan. Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the public hearing should contact the BOCC Office at (208) 265-1438 at least 48 hours before the hearing. Written statements exceeding 1 standard letter-sized, single-spaced page may be submitted to the BOCC no later than 5 days prior to the public hearing. Written statements longer than the 1 standard page will not be accepted at the public hearing. Comments can be sent to the Commissioner's Office at 1500 Highway 2, Suite 308, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864; faxed to 208-265-1460 or e-mailed to darcey.smith@bonnercountyid.gov. The proposed Bonner County Natural Resource Plan may be viewed at www.bonnercountyid.gov SNP 5053 DECEMBER 1, 15, 2017

SUMMARY OF PONDERAY ORDINANCE 143 This ordinance number 143, "The Ponderay Bed Tax Ordinance", was passed by the Ponderay City Council during a regularly scheduled and agendized meeting on the 20th day of November, 2017. The purpose of these regulations shall be to require hotels, motels and other entities providing short term occupancy in the regular course of business to collect a seven percent tax. This tax shall be imposed for an eight year period commencing January 1, 2018. The monies shall be held in trust until they become payable to the City of Ponderay. The tax proceeds shall be used for a variety of public needs, including but not limited to public transportation and parks and recreation. Businesses engaged in the lodging industry shall apply for a permit from the City Clerk. Violations of the ordinance may be punished as a misdemeanor with the possibility of a fine of not more than three hundred ($300) dollars per day and/or up to one (I) year in the county jail. The City may also revoke the business permit. The full text of this ordinance is available at the Ponderay City Hall. This ordinance shall take effect January 1, 2018. APPROVED by the Mayor this 20th day of November, 2017. Mayor Steve Geiger ATTEST:Su Warren City Clerk SNP LEGAL 5055 DECEMBER 1, 2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS CASE NO. CV 17 - 1586 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER In the Matter of the Estate of: DONALD L. DENISON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named Decedent. All persons having claims against the Decedent or the Estate are required to present their claims within FOUR (4) MONTHS after the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors, or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the undersigned at the address indicated and filed with the Clerk of the Court. DATED this 13 day of November, 2017. /S/: STEVEN M. MOFFIT Personal Representative c/o CUSACK LAW FIRM, PLLC 320 E. Neider Avenue, Suite 206 Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815 SNP LEGAL 5020 NOVEMBER 17, 24, DECEMBER 1, 2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. CV-2017-1559 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER In the Matter of the Estate of, VIRGINIA F. OLIVER, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that GLEN W. OLIVER has been appointed Personal Representative for the Estate of VIRGINIA F. OLIVER. All persons having claims against the deceased or her estate are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to the undersigned at the address indicated, or filed with the Clerk of the Court and a copy furnished to the Personal Representative's attorney. DATED this 20th day of November, 2017. /s/ JOHN A. FINNEY FINNEY FINNEY & FINNEY, P.A. 120 E. Lake Street, Ste 317 Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 Attorney for GLEN W. OLIVER, Personal Representative of the Estate of VIRGINIA F. OLIVER SNP LEGAL 5033 NOVEMBER 24, DECEMBER 1, 8, 2017

NOTICE OF APPLICATION & HEARING Pursuant to Idaho Code § 58-1306(c), notice is hereby given that Phyllis Goodwin has made application to install 80 feet of riprap for erosion control. Location: Sandy Cove Lot 5, Pend Oreille River, Sagle, Idaho, in Section 25 Township 57 North, Range 2 West; B.M., in Bonner County. IDL will hold a public hearing on the application on Friday, January 19, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. at the Idaho Department of Lands located at 2550 Highway 2 West, Sandpoint, ID 83864. The hearing will be conducted in a facility that meets the accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), in accordance with IDAPA 20.01.01.550 and 551. If a person requires assistance of the kind the agency is required to provide under the ADA in order to participate or in order to understand the hearing, the agency will supply the assistance upon request. Documents, pleadings, or requests for ADA assistance, a copy of the Rules of Procedure, or other general requests may be submitted to Amidy Fuson at afuson@ild.idaho.gov or at 2550 Highway 2 West, Sandpoint, ID 83864. Any request for ADA assistance must be submitted by noon on Friday, January 12, 2018. Written comments in this matter must be on file with the Idaho Department of Lands, 2550 Highway 2 West, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 on January 19, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. Specific Information regarding this application may be obtained from Amidy Fuson, Resource Specialist at the above address or by calling (208) 263- 5104. /S/ TOM FLEER, Area Manager Idaho Department of Lands SNP LEGAL 5044 DECEMBER 1, 8, 2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. CV-2017-1691 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER MAGISTRATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE JOINT ESTATES OF FRANK R. WASHBURN and SALLY W. WASHBURN husband and wife, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that KARYN WASHBURN JENSEN and MARK A. WASHBURN have been appointed co-personal representatives of the above named decedents. All persons having claims against the decedents or the estate are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the undersigned at the address indicated, and filed with the Clerk of Court. DATED this 28th day of November, 2017. /S/ J. T. DIEHL Attorney for Co-Personal Representatives 106 West Superior Street Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 (208)263-8529 SNP 5051 DECEMBER 1,8,15, 2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. CV-2017-1690 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER MAGISTRATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN GOGGIN McDONNELL, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PATRICIA Mc DONNELL has been appointed personal representative of the above named decedent. All persons having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the undersigned at the address indicated, and filed with the Clerk of Court. DATED this 28th day of November, 2017. /S/: J. T. DIEHL Attorney for Personal Representative 106 West Superior Street Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 (208)263-8529 SNP LEGAL 5052 DECEMBER 1, 8, 15, 2017

SUMMONS Case No. CV2017-01328 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER CITI MORTGAGE, INC. Plaintiff, vs. BRUCE L. YOUNG, JR.; and DOES 1-10 as individuals with an interest in the real property legally described as follows: Lots 31, 32, 33 and 34 in Block 3 of Ankersons Addition to Newport, Idaho, according to the official plat thereof, filed in Book 1 of Plats at Page(s) 67, records of Bonner County, Idaho. Which may commonly be known as: 411 East 4th St. South, Oldtown, Idaho 83822. Defendants. NOTICE: YOU HAVE BEEN SUED BY THE ABOVE-NAMED PLAINTIFF. THE COURT MAY ENTER JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 21 DAYS. READ THE FOLLOWING BELOW. TO: All Defendants You are hereby notified that in order to defend this lawsuit, an appropriate written response must be filed with the above-designated court within 21 days after service of this Summons on you. If you fail to so respond, the court may enter judgment against you as demanded by the Plaintiff in the Complaint. The nature of the claim against you is for, among other things, declaratory Relief regarding the real property located at 411 East 4th St. South, Oldtown, ID 83822. A copy of the Summons and Complaint can be obtained by contacting either the Clerk of the Court at the Bonner County Courthouse, 215 S. 1st Ave., Sandpoint, ID 83864, telephone (208) 265-1432; or the attorney for Plaintiff, Derrick J. O'Neill, RCO Legal, P.C., 300 Main Street, Suite 150, Boise, Idaho 83702, telephone (208) 489-3035. If you wish to seek the advice of or representation by an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your written response, if any, may be filed in time and other legal rights protected. An appropriate written response requires compliance with Rule 10(a)(1) and other Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure and shall also include: 1. The title and number of this case. 2. If your response is an Answer to the Complaint, it must contain admissions or denials of the separate allegations of the Complaint and other defenses you may claim. 3. Your signature, mailing address and telephone number, or the signature, mailing address and telephone number of your attorney. 4. Proof of mailing or delivery of a copy of your response to Plaintiff''s attorney, as designated above. To determine whether you must pay a filing fee with your response, contact the Clerk of the above-named Court. DATED This 14th day of November, 2017 MICHAEL W. ROSEDALE CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT By: /S/ JO HENDRICKSON Deputy Clerk SNP 5054 DECEMBER 1, 8, 15, 22, 2017

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