Legals January 10, 2020

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ANNUAL ROAD AND STREET FINANCIAL REPORT CITY OF CLARK FORK FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2019 Beginning Balance as of October 1, 2018 $182,024 Receipts: Local Funding Sources $ 59,028 State Funding Sources $ 26,751 Federal Funding Sources 0 Total Receipts $ 85,779 Disbursements: New Construction $ 34,863 Reconstruction/Replacement $ 0 Routine Maintenance $ 4,207 Equipment $ 4,210 Administration $ 16,561 Other (Including Street Lighting) $ 16,929 Total Disbursements $ 76,870 Receipts Over Disbursements $ 8,909 Other Adjustment $ 0 Ending Balance $190,933 This report has been submitted to the Idaho State Controller as required by Idaho Code Section 40-708. SIGNED: Russell Schenck, Mayor of Clark Fork, Idaho ATTEST: Amber Burgess, City Clerk/Treasurer SNP LEGAL 7488 AD#355472 JANUARY 10, 2020

CITY OF EAST HOPE STREET FINANCE REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTMEBER 2019 REVENUE CASH CARRYOVER $468.00 LOCAL FUNDING SOURCES $43,288.00 STATE FUNDING SOURCES $10,530.00 FEDERAL FUNDING SOURCES $0.00 TOTAL $54,286.00 EXPENDITURES NEW CONSTRUCTION $0.00 RECON./REPLACE/REHAB. $7,454.00 MAINTENANCE $26,913.00 EQUIPMENT $12,033.00 ADMINISTRATION $1,836.00 OTHER EXPENDITURES $5,049.00 TOTAL $53,285.00 FUNDS RETAINED FOR GENERAL FUNDS AND OPERATIONS $1,001.00 CHRISTY FRANCK, CITY CLERK SNP LEGAL 7482 AD#355061 JANUARY 10, 2020

NOTICE OF SALES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on MAY 21, 2020, at 10:00 A.M., at the office of the Attorney for the Board of Managers of the PEND OREILLE SHORES RESORT ASSOCIATION, INC. at 120 East Lake Street, Suite 317, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864, JOHN A. FINNEY, Attorney at Law, FINNEY FINNEY & FINNEY, P.A., will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash or cash equivalent in lawful money of the United States of America, all payable at the time of sale, the following parcels of certain real property situated in Bonner County, Idaho, described as follows: An undivided one-fifty-first (1/51) interest as tenant in common to Unit No. as identified below, located in Building No. as identified below, PEND OREILLE SHORES RESORT, as shown on the plat recorded as Instrument No. 267830, and any amendments thereto, records of Bonner County, Idaho, together with appurtenances, easements, restrictions of record and an undivided ownership with the Association, its successors and assigns and holders of other undivided ownership interests in and to the common area and facilities of PEND OREILLE SHORES RESORT as provided in the Declaration of Condominium of PEND OREILLE SHORES RESORT, as amended, and the Bylaws of the PEND OREILLE SHORES RESORT ASSOCIATION, INC., as amended, and as recorded in the records of Bonner County, Idaho, and any amendments thereto, together with an exclusive recurring annual right to occupy said unit and a non-exclusive right to use and enjoy said common areas and facilities and easements appurtenant thereto during the annual recurring time period for Week No. as identified below as set forth above in said Declaration of Condominium and Bylaws, which document(s) is incorporated herein by reference and made a part hereof, it being understood and agreed that all other weeks of each year are assigned to owners of other undivided interests in the above unit to the Association. The street address for the PEND OREILLE SHORES RESORT at which each Unit is located is 47390 Highway 200, Hope, Idaho 83836, and additional information may be obtained from JOHN A. FINNEY, Attorney at Law, FINNEY FINNEY & FINNEY, P.A., at 208 263-7712. Said sales will be made without covenant or warranty regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to satisfy the obligations secured by and pursuant to the Declaration of Condominium For Pend Oreille Shores Resort, as amended and restated, recorded May 23, 2000, as Instrument No. 564097, records of Bonner County, Idaho, the Bylaws of the Pend Oreille Shores Resort Association, Inc., as restated, recorded May 23, 2000, as Instrument No. 564098, records of Bonner County, Idaho, which were agreed to by the owners or reputed owners, and Idaho Code S 55 1518 and Idaho Code S 45-1506. The named owners or reputed owners are named to comply with Idaho Code Section 45-1506 (4) (a). No representation is made that the named owners or reputed owners are, or are not, presently responsible for this obligation. The default and delinquency is the failure to pay annual assessments duly assessed and levied against the owner(s) or reputed owner(s) and the Unit(s), respectively, as follows: 1. LEE A. BANNISTER, TRESA BANNISTER and HELEN R. BANNISTER, Unit No. 03, Building No. A, Week No. 44: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND THIRTY NINE & 98/100 DOLLARS ($1,039.98), as of July 1, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 2. JANICE BARRY, Unit No. 36, Building No. F, Week No. 41: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY TWO & 07/100 ($1,792.07), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 3. VICTOR L. BUDDRIS and DOROTHY E. BUDDRIUS, husband and wife, Unit No. 30, Building No. E, Week No. 37: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED EIGHTY EIGHT & 72/100 ($1,688.72), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 4. B.J. DE AUSTIN and NANCY DE AUSTIN, husband and wife, Unit No. 31, Building No. E, Week No. 21: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED THIRTY FIVE & 09/100 ($1,835.09), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 5. ROBERT L. GREEN and ELLEN M. GREEN, or the survivor of, Unit No. 27, Building No. E, Week No. 23: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED THIRTY FIVE & 09/100 DOLLARS ($1,835.09), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 6. LARRY J. JACOBS and MARY JACOBS, husband and wife, Unit No. 15, Building No. C, Week No. 21: Delinquent assessments in the amount of TWO THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY FIVE & 42/100 ($2,185.42), as of July 1, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 7. BARBARA KERSTETTER and GARY KERSTETTER, joint tenants with right of survivorship, Unit No. 17, Building No. D, Week No. 15: Delinquent assessments in the amount of THREE THOUSAND THIRTY & 87/100 DOLLARS ($3,030.87), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 8. JEFFRY SCOTT LACROIX and STARLA KAY LACROIX, joint tenants with right of survivorship, Unit No. 38, Building No. F, Week No. 52: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FOURTEEN & 56/100 ($1,814.56), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 9. KEN LATKIN and SHERRIL LAKTIN, husband and wife, Unit No. 27, Building No. E, Week No. 16: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED TEN & 75/100 DOLLARS ($1,810.75), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 10. ROBERT LEALE and KATIE LEALE, joint tenants with right of No. 29, Building No. E, Week No. 40: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND THIRTEEN & 06/100 DOLLARS ($1,013.06), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 11. SUZANNE MAGNUSON and CHARLES MAGNUSON, joint tenants with right of survivorship, Unit No. 17, Building No. D, Week No. 21: Delinquent assessments in the amount of SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY FOUR & 79/100 DOLLARS ($724.79), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 12. SUZANNE MAGNUSON and CHARLES MAGNUSON, joint tenants with right of survivorship, Unit No. 21, Building No. D, Week No. 10: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND FIFTY & 01/100 DOLLARS ($1,050.01), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 13. ROBERT W. MYERS and KRYSTAL D. MYERS, Unit No. 01, Building No. A, Week No. 43: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED SEVENTY NINE & 57/100 DOLLARS ($1,779.57), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 14. ERIC D. NELSON and CHRISTINE L. NELSON, husband and wife, Unit No. 30, Building No. E, Week No. 11: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY THREE & 03/100 ($1,873.03), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 15. ERIC R. OPLAND and JENNIFER R. OPLAND and SCOTT DOUGLAS and VALERIE DOUGLAS, joint tenants with right of survivorship, Unit No. 33, Building No. F, Week No. 43: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND THIRTY NINE & 98/100 DOLLARS ($1,039.98), as of July 1, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 16. ROGER G. PHILLIPS and GAIL M. PHILLIPS, husband and wife, Unit No. 27, Building No. E, Week No. 13: Delinquent assessments in the amount of TWO THOUSAND NINETY EIGHT & 32/100 DOLLARS ($2,098.32), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 17. THOMAS D. POTTER and BARBARA J. POTTER, joint tenants with right of survivorship, Unit No. 30, Building No. E, Week No. 20: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE & 75/100 ($1,575.75), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 18. THOMAS D. POTTER and BARBARA J. POTTER, husband and wife, Unit No. 43, Building No. G, Week No. 37: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED TWO & 83/100 ($1,902.83), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 19. THE RANGER/SIEDENTOP REVOCABLE TRUST, MICHAEL E. RANGER and DOROTHEA SIEDENTOP, TRUSTEES and ROBERT B. PIPER and LYNN B. PIPER and SANDY BROCKUS and BRYAN BROCKUS, Unit No. 42, Building No. G, Week No. 49: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT & 67/100 ($1,228.67), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 20. MICHELLE RATLIFF and THEODORE RATLIFF, Unit No. 14, Building No. C, Week No. 41: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY TWO & 07/100 DOLLARS ($1,792.07), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 21. THEODORE A. RENSVOLD and SUSAN L. RENSVOLD, Unit No. 40, Building No. G, Week No. 17: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED TEN & 75/100 ($1,810.75), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 22. DOUGLAS A. RILEY and JENNIFER R. RILEY, joint tenant with right of survivorship, Unit No. 31, Building No. E, Week No. 44: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED SIXTY & 28/100 ($1,860.28), as of July 1, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 23. ROBERTO LEAL RODRIQUEZ and SOPHIA LEAL LAMAR, joint tenants with right of survivorship, Unit No. 30, Building No. E, Week No. 51: Delinquent assessments in the amount of SEVEN HUNDRED SEVENTY SIX & 21/100 DOLLARS ($776.21), as of August 1, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 24. ROBERT A. SAARI and DARYLL ALLAN SAARI, Unit No. 17, Building No. D, Week No. 34: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY FOUR & 37/100 DOLLARS ($1,464.37), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 25. CLARENCE L. SCHRADER and VIRGINIA J. SCHRADER, husband and wife, Unit No. 40, Building No. G, Week No. 50: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY TWO & 07/100 ($1,792.07), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 26. ELIZABETH SISLER, a single woman, as her sole and separate property, Unit No. 02, Building No. A, Week No. 06: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND NINETY SEVEN & 36/100 DOLLARS ($1,097.36), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 27. TAUBER INVESTMENTS, Unit No. 21, Building No. D, Week No. 48: Delinquent assessments in the amount of THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED SIXTY & 02/100 DOLLARS ($3,560.02), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 28. TAUBER INVESTMENTS, Unit No. 21, Building No. D, Week No. 49: Delinquent assessments in the amount of THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED SIXTY & 02/100 DOLLARS ($3,560.02), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 29. MASHALEE THOMPSON, TIM THOMPSON and GINA THOMPSON, AMY SCRIBNER and DAN THOMPSON, Unit No. 31, Building No. E, Week No. 43: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND THIRTY NINE & 98/100 DOLLARS ($1,039.98), as of July 1, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 30. JOAN WANAMAKER, an unmarried woman, Unit No. 41, Building No. G, Week No. 06: Delinquent assessments in the amount of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FORTY SEVEN & 87/100 ($1,847.87), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 31. IANTHE WARNER, a single woman, Unit No. 11, Building No. C, Week No. 22: Delinquent assessments in the amount of NINE HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT & 68/100 DOLLARS ($928.68), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. 32. IANTHE WARNER, a single woman, Unit No. 39, Building No. G, Week No. 52: Delinquent assessments in the amount of TWO THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED NINE & 89/100 DOLLARS ($2,109.89), as of May 31, 2019, plus intervening assessments. PLUS on each parcel, all assessments becoming due thereafter, less any credits, plus costs of collection incurred to date, plus any other costs and expenses associated with the collection of the sums owing and/or this sale, and any amounts advanced to protect the real property associated with this sale. The Board of Managers elects to sell or cause to be sold such property to satisfy such obligations, to the extent possible, pursuant to law. DATED this 7th day of January, 2020. PEND OREILLE SHORES RESORT ASSOCIATION, INC. /s/John A. Finney Attorney for the Association SNP LEGAL 7491 AD#356401 JANUARY 10, 17, 24, 31, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE ON DECEMBER 10, 2019 THE GARFIELD BAY WATER & SEWER DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS PROPOSED AN ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING December 1, 2020. THE BOARD WILL EXPLAIN THE PROPOSED BUDGET AND HEAR ANY AND ALL OBJECTIONS, THERETO, AT A PUBLIC HEARING WHICH WILL BE AT 6:30PM ON JANUARY 14, 2020, AT 1585 GARFIELD BAY CUT OFF ROAD, SAGLE IDAHO. THE BUDGET MAY BE EXAMINED AT REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS (12:00 AM - 6:00PM) AT 1591 GARFIELD BAY ROAD. (BAYSIDE GROCERY) IC-Chapter 32 Title 42 An increase in fees has been proposed 2018 2018 2018 2020 Proposed Actual Revised Proposed 12/1/17-11/30/18 12/1/17-11/30/18 12/1/16-11/30/17 12/1/19-11/30/20 INCOME CONNECTION FEES $1,883.81 $ 1,883.81 $ - USER FEES/Revenue $150,031.20 $ 144,466.68 $ 144,466.68 $ 162,770.04 UNEXPECTED REVENUE $ - $ 18,271.58 $ 18,271.58 $ - RESERVE $ - $ 10,992.93 $ 10,992.93 $ - TOTAL INCOME $150,031.20 $ 175,615.00 $ 175,615.00 $ 162,770.04 EXPENSES PROFESSIONAL FEES $21,518.32 $ 19,911.85 $ 19,911.85 $ 26,550.00 UTILITIES $7,755.00 $ 5,895.00 $ 5,895.00 $ 6,000.00 INSURANCE $1,528.00 $ 1,423.00 $ 1,423.00 $ 1,744.00 MAINTENANCE DEPT. $71,415.00 $ 75,061.85 $ 75,061.85 $ 85,234.43 CLERICAL DEPT. $23,740.20 $ 21,124.59 $ 21,124.59 $ 33,665.00 OTHER $1,550.00 $ 1,427.31 $ 1,427.31 $ 1,760.00 TO RESERVE $22,504.68 $ 3,650.40 $ 3,650.40 $ 29,298.61 LITIGATION RESERVE $ - $ - $ - DEPRECIATION $- $ 47,121.00 $ 47,121.00 TOTAL EXPENSES $150,011.20 $ 175,615.00 $ 175,615.00 $ 184,252.04 FROM RESERVE $21,482.00 NET $0.00 $0.00 $ - $0.00 DEBT SERVICE BUDGET INTEREST PAYMENTS RECEIVED $34,576.93 $ 34,576.93 $ 37,193.96 $ 28,977.79 PRINCIPAL PAYMENTS RECEIVED $29,936.39 $ 29,936.39 $ 63,678.12 $ 19,721.49 TOTAL RESTRICTED INCOME-LID $64,513.32 $ 64,513.32 $ 100,872.08 $ 48,699.49 LID- LOAN PAYMENTS $62,355.00 $ 62,355.00 $ 122,815.70 $ 43,306.00 Net cash Surplus/Deficit-LID $ - $ - Transfer (to)/from LID Reserves $ 2,158.32 $ 21,943.62 $ $21,943.62 $ 4,999.79 NET $0.00 $0.00 $ - $0.00 An increase in monthly fees of $5.00 has been proposed All interested persons are invited to appear and show cause, if any, why such budget should or should not be adopted. You may also make comment in writing either by email or USPS. Comments must be received in the District office no later than January 13,2020. SNP LEGAL 7473 AD#354033 JANUARY 3, 10. 2020

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