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Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Public notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Please be advised that a public hearing will be held before the City of Homedale, Mayor and Council on February 22, 2007 at 7:00 pm at Homedale City Hall located at 31 W Wyoming Ave., Homedale, Idaho. The subject matter of the public hearing will be proposed ordinance amendments to the Zoning Ordinance. The proposed

changes are as follows:

1

Requirement of at least a

2 3

4

5

single car garage on all new construction Change language on Plats Square footage requirements on new homes Property footage requirements for new homes built in Old Plat of Homedale Add “airport hangar” to list of allowed uses in commercial/industrial zone The public is invited to attend and offer input. Alice E. Pegram, City Clerk City of Homedale 1/31;2/7/07

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON INCREASING THE BASE RATE OF SEWER FEES, C H A N G I N G T H E R AT E CALCULATION METHOD FROM THREE WINTER MONTHS USAGE TOACTUAL WAT E R U S A G E E A C H MONTH, AND DECREASING THE SEWER RATE CHARGED PER VOLUME

CITY OF MARSING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Wednesday, the 14th day of February, 2007, at the hour of 7:00 o’clock p.m., at 425 Main Street, Marsing, Idaho, has been fixed as the time and place for public hearing for the purpose of hearing public comments regarding the proposed increase sewer base rate fees, changing the rate calculation method from three months winter usage to actual water usage each month, and decreasing the sewer rate for volume usage as hereinafter described, and as the time and place when and where the City Council will consider the fee increase, and hear all comments, protests, and objections thereto which may be made in writing and filed with the City Clerk on or before said time.

At the hearing, the City Council will consider changing the fees for municipal sewer service as follows; increasing the monthly sewer base rate charge from $10.00 to $15.00 per connection, a 50% increase; decreasing the rate charged per 1000 gallons of volume to by 22 cents, a 10% decrease per 1000 gallons sewage; and the method used for calculating sewer fees shall be based on actual water usage each month not winter month usage, all for the reason that the current fees are no longer adequate to reimburse the costs incurred by the city for developing, operating, and maintaining the city’s sewer system.

Auxiliary aids or services for persons with disabilities are available upon 48 hours of advanced notice. Please contact City Clerk Janice C. Bicandi at (208) 896-4122 for additional information.

1/31;2/7/07

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO: THE CITY OF MARSING WATER SYSTEM CUSTOMERS

RE: DRAFTENGINEERING REPORT FOR THE COMPLIANCEAGREEMENT SCHEDULE BETWEEN THE CITY OF MARSING AND

IDAHO

D E PA RT M E N T

OF

E N V I R O N M E N TA L

QUALITY (DEQ)

Please be informed that the Draft Engineering Report Approved for Public Comment is on file at Marsing City Hall, and available for review.

The Draft Engineering Report has been prepared in conformance with the Compliance Agreement Schedule between the City of Marsing and Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, and the public is invited to review the Draft Engineering Report and submit written comments to the City of Marsing. Written comments can be mailed to: CITY OF MARSING, ATTN: JANICE BICANDI, PO BOX 125, MARSING, IDAHO 83639 or delivered to: MARSING CITY HALL, 425 MAIN STREET, MARSING, IDAHO

A public hearing regarding the Draft Engineering Report will be held at the following date and location:

Public Hearing Date: February 7, 2007

Time: 6:30 pm Place: Marsing Community Center, 126 2nd Street North (off N. Bruneau Highway), Marsing, Idaho

The City Engineer, a DEQ representative, and the Marsing City Council will be present at the public hearing.

If you have any questions, please call City Hall at 896- 4122.

1/31;2/7/07

NOTICE The Marsing Senior Center, a private nonprofit organization intends to seek Federal Transit Administration assistance for administrative and operating expenses for FY2008 through the Idaho Transportation Department under the Nonurbanized Area Formula Grant program Section 5311. Marsing Senior Center, in accordance with federal and state guidelines, is evaluating the need for dial-a-ride public transportation service in Owyhee County and to Canyon County. Notice is hereby given that public comment regarding the accessibility, routes and any other pertinent information is solicited from the general public, persons with disabilities, elderly individuals and their respective organizations, and private or competing transportation providers. A district meeting will be held to provide a final opportunity for comment at which time a public hearing may be held if requested at IDT Right of Way, Conference Rm 3131 W State Street, Boise, ID 83703 at 4:00-6:00 PM Thursday February 22, 2007.

A copy of the grand proposal is now available for inspection at 218 Main, Marsing, ID. Only sections of the application which are considered essential for adequate public disclosure by the Division of Public Transportation will be provided by mail unless the entire application is specifically requested. For documentation purposes, all request and comment from the public must be in writing and should be sent by Certified mail to the Marsing Senior Center, PO Box 481, Marsing, ID 83639. Informal questions may be directed to Alana Squires at 208-896-4634.

General

$12,032.

$7,446.

$54,957.

$-0-

$74,435.

26.4%

Streets

14,945.

3,870.

-0-

-0-

18,815.

16.6%

Parks

1,692.

1,825.

5,224.

-0-

8,741.

42.9%

P&Z

379.

923.

550.

-0-

1,852.

6.5%

Total

29,048.

14,064.

60,731.

-0-

103,843.

23%

Water

660.

20,081.

3,004.

-0-

23,745.

.6%

Irrigation

-0-

8,138.

-0-

-0-

8,138.

20%

Sanitation

-0-

11,761.

-0-

-0-

11,761.

18%

Sewer

33,073.

9,462.

-0-

-0-

42,535.

10%

Total

33,733.

49,442.

3,004.

-0-

86,179.

.02%

Total All Funds

$62,781.

$63,506.

$63,735.

$-0-

$190,022.

.04%

Citizens are invited to inspect the detailed, supporting records of the above Financial Statement at Masing

City Hall during regular office hours. Janice C. Bicandi City Clerk/Treasurer Dated 01-31-07 2/7/07

Fund

CITY OF MARSING QUARTERLY EXPENDITURE REPORT

Total Budget%

Personnel

1st FISCAL QUARTER, FY2007

O&M

Cap.Imp.

Law

Enforcement

CITY OF MARSING QUARTERLY EXPENDITURE REPORT FOR 12 PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2006

General

$46,312.

$42,160.

$71,744.

$69,000.

$229,216.

82.6%

Streets

39,363.

16,627.

13,844.

-0-

69,834.

69.7%

Parks

4,261.

4,371.

806.

-0-

9,438.

45.7%

P&Z

1,651.

7,541.

-0-

-0-

9,192.

100.7%

Total

91,587.

70,699.

86,394.

69,000.

317,680.

77%

Water

78,011.

61,654.

84,067.

-0-

223,732.

7.8%

Irrigation

9,078.

21,172.

7,450.

-0-

37,700.

120%

Sanitation

2,119.

64,724.

-0-

-0-

66,843.

115%

Sewer

60,895.

127,250.

71,717.

-0-

259,862.

64%

Total

150,103.

274,800.

163,234.

-0-

, 588 137

.

17%

Fund

Personnel

Total Budget%

O&M

Cap.Imp.

Law Enforcement

Total All Funds

$241,960.

$345,499.

$249,628.

$69,000.

$905,817.

24%

Citizens are invited to inspect the detailed, supporting records of the above Financial Statement at Masing

City Hall during regular office hours. Janice C. Bicandi City Clerk/Treasurer Dated 01-31-07 2/7/07

Alana Squires Coordinator 2/7/07

CALL FOR BIDS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the Board of Trustees of Marsing Joint School District No. 363, Marsing, Idaho for the purchase of a new school bus. Bids, documents and detailed specifications are available at the Marsing School District Office, 209 Eighth Ave. West, Marsing between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm., Monday through Friday until day of bid opening. Sealed bids must be submitted on or before 3:00 p.m., Thursday, February 15, 2007 to the Marsing School District Office, 209 Eighth Ave. West, Marsing, Idaho. Bids received after the stated time and date will not be considered. On February 15, 2007 at 3:00 p.m., bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to accept or reject or to select any portion thereof any or all bids and to waive any irregularities. No bidder may withdraw his bid after the opening of such bids unless the awarding of the bid is delayed for a period exceeding thirty days.

Deb Holzhey, Clerk Marsing Joint School District No.363

PO Box 340 Marsing, ID 83639 Advertised: February 7, 2007 Posted: January 24, 2007 through February 15, 2007

2/7/07

PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Melmont Bean & Seed, Inc. has elected to voluntarily cancel its Idaho Bonded Warehouse license. Melmont Bean & Seed, Inc. has a warehouse surety on file with the Director of the Idaho State

Grading/blading

1910.

Other (specify-including salaries & benefits)

23700.

Total Routine Maintenance

33760.

ANNUAL ROAD AND STREET FINANCIAL REPORT CITY OF MARSING FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2006 Beginning balance as of October 1 pervious year 5063. Local Funding Sources Property tax levy (for roads, streets & bridges) Interest income Total local funding State Funding Sources Highway user revenue Sales tax/inventory replacement tax Sales tax/revenue sharing Total state funding Federal Funding Sources Total federal funding Total Receipts Routine maintenance Patching Snow Removal 24791. 1487. 26278. 37588. 3879. 9307. 50774. -0- 77052. 7650. 500.

Street lighting

5488.

Professional services-audit, clerical & legal

1651.

Professional services-engineering

3784.

Total Other

10923.

Equipment Equipment lease-equipment purchase Equipment maintenance Other-Street signs, street sweeper Total Equipment Administration Administrative salaries & expenses Other

931. 4052. 1407. 6390.

18761.

Total Disbursements Receipts Over Disbursements Closing Balance Ending Balance

69834. 77052. 7218. 7218.

Dated this 31st day of January, 2007 ATTEST: Janice C. Bicandi, City Clerk Donald D. Osterhoudt, Mayor 2/7/07

Department of Agriculture.

Anyone having any outstanding claims against the warehouse surety for Melmont Bean & Seed, Inc., 4842C Southside Blvd. Nampa, Idaho 83686 for agriculture commodities, shall submit said claim in writing within twenty (20) days of the last publication of this notice to: Phil Bandy, Deputy Director, Idaho State Department of Agriculture, PO Box 790, Boise, Idaho 83701,

or said claim will be forever barred.

Date this 23 day of January, 2007

/s/Brent Zeyer Company Representative or attorney

1/31;2/7,14/07

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