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Services

Services posted 09182014

WANTED: Yards to mow and clean up, etc. Trim smaller trees and bushes too. Call Dean Riedl, (620) 872-5112 or 874-4135.                            34tfc

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FURNITURE REPAIR and refinishing. Lawn mower tune-up and blade sharpening. Call Vern Soodsma, 872-2277 or 874-1412.                     36tfc

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MOWER REPAIR, tune-up and blade sharpening. Call Rob Vsetecka at 620-214-1730.                     36tfc

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METAL ROOFING, SIDING and TRIMS at direct-to-the-public prices. Call Metal King Mfg., 620-872-5464. Our prices will not be beat!           37tfc

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“JEN’S GROOMING” Jennifer Milner grooming at 503 E. 5th St., (formally Cowboy Cabins). Please call for an appointment 620-214-0097. Hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.- noon.                   44tfc

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LADY WANTING to baby sit, all hours, in clients home. Contact  620-874-8480.                      06tfc


Help Wanted

Help Wanted posted 09182014

OIL FIELD SUPPLY HAND wanted in Dighton area. Experience preferred. For more information call 785-731-6442 or 785-743-9200.                            01tfc

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USD 466 IS LOOKING for substitute route bus drivers. For applications and additional information contact Lance Carter at 620-872-7655.

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NEWS PAPER CARRIER needed. Approximately 130 papers. Must have reliable vehicle. Seven days a week for Hutchinson paper and six days a week for Garden City paper. Contact Artie 620-290-9501.      05t3c

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SEEKING THE PERFECT applicant that is looking to expand their future in heating and air. Come in and pick up an application today! Turner Sheet Metal, 1851 S. HWY 83, Scott City.     05tfc

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IMMEDIATE OPENING at USD #468 Healy in the Custodial-Maintenance department. We are an equal opportunity employer, health benefits are included. Applications are available at Healy Public Schools, 5006 N Dodge Road, Healy, KS 67850 or interested parties can contact Dr. Paul Sellon at 620-398-2248.               06t2c


For Rent

Rentals posted 09182014

HIDE AND SEEK STORAGE SYSTEMS.  Various sizes available. Virgil and LeAnn Kuntz,
(620)874-2120.                       41tfc

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MULTIPLE HOUSES FOR RENT. 1 bedroom homes available. Also 8x10 storage units available. Stop by PlainJans to fill out an application or call 872-5777.               01tfc

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COMMERCIAL/RETAIL SPACE available Sept. 1. 306 W. 5th Scott City. Contact Jeff 874-1659.                               50tfc

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14’x 70’ TRAILER with appliances. Available Oct. 1. $475 per month includes water and trash service. $475 security deposit required. Call 620-872-3076.                     06t2c

Notice

Notice posted 09112014

LOST SATURDAY, September 23 on Jefferson St., two keys on black fob. Call 874-2230 reward offered for return.               05t1p

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APPLES TO GIVEAWAY. South east corner of 10th St., and Court, Scott City.                      05t2nc

Rummage Sale

Rummage Sale posted 09182014

Friday-Saturday,

Sept.
19-20

Multi-Family
Garage
Sale

1202
Kingsley,
Scott
City

Friday:
4:30-6:30
p.m.

Saturday:
8:00
a.m-noon

Lot’s of household items, baby, toddler, kids’, mens’ and womens’ clothes. Tons of toys! Lots more!

 

Sack
Sale
Saturday from 11:00 a.m.-noon

Legals

Legals posted 09182014

Public Notice

(Published in The Scott County Record Thurs., Sept. 18, 2014) 1t

SCOTT
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER’S

PROCEEDINGS
AUGUST
2014

GENERAL
FUND

SALARIES ............................................ $ 86,027.78

COMMODITIES .................................... 16,712.84

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES ................. 88,857.65

CAPITAL OUTLAY.................................. 32,301.72

OTHER................................................... 0.00

 

COUNTY
HEALTH
FUND
                   

SALARIES ............................................. 11,264.32

COMMODITIES ..................................... 9,240.69

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES ................. 1,595.22

CAPITAL OUTLAY ................................. 0.00

OTHER................................................... 0.00

 

NOXIOUS
WEED
FUND

SALARIES............................................... 5,235.59

COMMODITIES ...................................... 13,276.30

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES................... 66.71

OTHER ................................................... 0.00

 

ROAD
AND
BRIDGE
FUND

SALARIES .............................................. 33,184.68

COMMODITIES....................................... 91,246.87

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES.................... 2,608.48

CAPITAL OUTLAY.................................... 3,860.91

 

FIRE
DISTRICT
FUND

SALARIES .............................................. 389.28

COMMODITIES ...................................... 29.56

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES.................... 115.70

CAPITAL OUTLAY .................................. 0.00

 

TREASURER’S
SPECIAL
FUND

SALARIES ............................................... 4,281.49

COMMODITIES ....................................... 353.92

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES .................... 272.79

CAPITAL OUTLAY..................................... 0.00

OTHER ..................................................... 527.48

 

JAMES M. MINNIX ALICE BROKOFSKY

 

Chairman Scott County Clerk

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Public Notice

(First published in The Scott County Record Thurs., Sept. 4, 2014; last published Thurs., Sept. 18, 2014)3t

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SCOTT COUNTY, KANSAS

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VERA M. BUCKBEE, deceased

Case No. 2014-PR-08

NOTICE
OF
HEARING

THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED:

You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in this Court by Keen K. Brantley, duly appointed, qualified and acting executor of the Estate of Vera M. Buckbee, deceased, praying that his acts be approved; that the Will be construed and the Estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; that fees and expenses be allowed; that the costs be determined and ordered paid; that the administration of the Estate be closed; that the Executor be discharged and that he be released from further liability.

You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 1st day of October, 2014, at 9:30 o’clock a.m., of said day, in said Court, in the City of Scott City, in Scott County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard.  Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition.

/s/ Keen K. Brantley

WALLACE, BRANTLEY

& SHIRLEY

325 Main - P. O. Box 605

Scott City, Kansas 67871

(620) 872-2161

 

Attorneys for Petitioner

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Public Notice

(First published in The Scott County Record, Thurs., September 4, 2014; last published Thurs., September 18, 2014)3t

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SCOTT COUNTY, KANSAS

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARILYN L. SLOAN, DECEASED,

No. 11-P-24

NOTICE
OF
HEARING

THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED:

You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in this court by Walter Donald Waldren, duly appointed, qualified and acting Adminstrator of the Estate of Marilyn L. Sloan, deceased, praying Petitioner’s acts be approved; account be settled and allowed; the heirs be determined, the Estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; the Court find the allowances requested for attorney’s fees and expenses are reasonable and should be allowed; the costs be determined and ordered paid; the administration of the Estate be closed; upon the filing of the receipts the Petitioner be finally discharged  as the Administrator of the Estate of Marilyn L. Sloan, deceased, and the Petitioner be released from further liability.

You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before October 2, 2014, at 10 o’clock a.m., in the District Court, Scott City, Scott County, Kansas, at which time and place the cause will be heard.  Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition.

Walter Donald Waldren

Administrator

SUBMITTED BY:

Colton D. Eikenberry

Attorney at Law

310 Court Street, Suite 8

Scott City, Ks. 67871

(620) 872-0300

Attorney for Petitioner

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Public Notice

(Published in The Scott County Record Thurs., September 18, 2014)1t

ORDINANCE
NO.
1158

AN ORDINANCE GRANTING THE WHEATLAND ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE FRANCHISE AND RIGHT TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION LINES, FACILITIES OR SYSTEMS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF SCOTT CITY, STATE OF KANSAS, TO TRANSMIT, DISTRIBUTE AND SELL ELECTRIC ENERGY TO THE SAID CITY AND ITS INHABITANTS, AND TO TRANSMIT ELECTRIC ENERGY THROUGH THE SAID CITY FOR DISTRIBUTION AND SALE TO RESIDENTS OUTSIDE THE CITY.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SCOTT CITY, STATE OF KANSAS, THAT:

 

Section
1

The Wheatland Electric Cooperative, Inc., a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Kansas (hereinafter called the “Cooperative”), its successors, lessees or assigns, said Cooperative being a cooperation, operating a system for the transmission of electric current between two or more incorporated cities in the State of Kansas, into and through which it has built transmission lines, is hereby granted the franchise, privilege and right for fifteen (15) years, to construct, operate and maintain electric transmission and distribution lines or systems with the limits of the City of Scott City, hereinafter called the City (as said limits are presently constructed or may in the future be extended), to transmit distribute and sell electric energy to the City or its inhabitants, and for sale to residents outside the City.

 

Section
2

The grant herein made includes the further right and privilege to construct, operate, maintain and repair, relocate and extend said electric lines or systems including all poles, wires, cables, conductors, conduits, anchors, guys, transformers, transformer stations, and all fixtures and facilities necessary for the convenience of the Cooperative’s business along, upon, over, under, through and across the streets, alleys, and public grounds, within the said City (as said streets, alleys, and public grounds are presently laid out or as they may be laid in the future). This grant includes the right to enter upon such lands as necessary to carry out the privileges and obligations granted hereunder.

 

Section
3

Said electric lines or systems, poles, wires, cables, conductors, conduits, anchors, guys, transformers, transformer station, and all fixtures and facilities necessary for the operation of the Cooperative’s business, shall be constructed, operated, maintained, repaired or relocated in such places and manner as will be consistent with necessity, and cause the least inconvenience with other public uses of such streets, alleys or public grounds. When Cooperative shall do any work of construction, repair or maintenance of said system in the course of which any pavements, curbing or gutter upon any street, alley, bridge or public place shall be excavated, Cooperative shall properly protect excavations and shall promptly restore such street, alley bridge or public place as far as practicable to as good condition before such work was done. Cooperative will hold the City harmless from any liability arising from the sole negligent act or omissions of said grantee. Cooperative shall provide and keep in force public liability insurance with limit of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) for bodily injury and property damage and a Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000.00) Umbrella policy, such policies naming both Cooperative and City as insured parties. Cooperative shall maintain on file at the Office of the City Clerk a current Certificate of Insurance verifying such public liability coverage.

 

Section
4

As consideration for the granting of this franchise, the Cooperative shall:

A. Operate and maintain the existing standard street lighting system for the City and in the event of growth of the City or reasonable need for change, modification or improvement of said street lighting system as the cooperative and the City may agree upon, and upon terms that are fair, reasonable and just to the Cooperative and the City and, if applicable, in accordance with the latest legally adopted rates, rules and regulations.

B. For the cost of operation and maintenance of said street lighting system, the City agrees to pay the Cooperative in accordance with the Cooperative’s latest public street lighting rate schedule or succeeding rate schedule.

C. The Cooperative agrees to sell and deliver unto the City during the period of this franchise such energy as may be required by the City for heat, power and other end uses the governing body of the City shall direct, all in accordance with its current municipal power service rate schedule or any succeeding legally adopted rate schedule.

D. The Cooperative, its successors and assigns, shall locate its electric lines or system in the streets, avenues, alleys and other public places in such a manner as to cause the least interference with the use of said streets, avenues, alleys and public places. At times when City causes public improvements to be made to any streets, avenues, alleys or other public places within the City that are occupied by Cooperative’s electrical facilities or system, Cooperative shall, at the request of the City, relocate its electrical facilities or system at Cooperative’s expense to conform to the City’s planned improvement. If said Cooperative is required to move, alter or rebuild any of its electrical facilities or system not located on public right-of-way, the cost of moving altering or rebuilding said facilities or system not located on public right-of-way, shall be borne by the requesting party. In the event City vacates or otherwise abandons City right–of-way on which Cooperative facilities or systems are located, or planned to be located, the Ordinance and contract selling, vacating or abandoning such City right-of-way shall provide a City-granted easement to Cooperative.

E. The Cooperative’s rights and obligations under the franchise agreement may be terminated by Cooperative if the City, or an entity owned, operated, controlled or affiliated with the City, begins to provide electric service to customers within the City’s boundaries or within three (3) miles thereof. If Cooperative elects to cease exercising any of its rights or obligations under this franchise pursuant to this provision, the Cooperative shall give the City thirty (30) days written notice prior to such termination.

 

Section
5

In consideration of the premises, the Cooperative agrees to pay to the City, and the City agrees to accept as adequate compensation and consideration for the franchise hereby granted and in lieu of occupation, license, privilege and all other taxes and fees, four percent of the total of the gross receipts for electric energy sold by the Cooperative to all consumers located within the City’s boundaries during the term of this franchise. Any consideration hereunder shall be reported and paid to the City by the Cooperative on a semiannual basis on each March 31 and September 30 for the years in which the franchise remains in effect, reflecting such electric energy sold to customers within the City’s boundaries for the six months’ period ending at the last meter reading preceding each February 28 and August 31, respectively. Such payments shall be rendered in cash to the City. The term “gross receipts”, as used in this Section shall include all receipts from the sale of electric energy as used in the City of Scott City, Kansas, and shall exclude electrical energy sold for resale. The City may elect to exclude receipts from (1) electrical energy sold to the United States or the State of Kansas or to any agency or political subdivision thereof, and (2) the electrical energy sold for other use which cannot be classified as domestic, commercial, or industrial, such as the electrical energy used by public utilities, telephone, telegraph, and radio communication companies, railroads, pipe line companies, educational institutions not operating for profit, churches and charitable institutions, provided it provides Cooperative 90 days’ notice of such request in writing.

 

Section
6

The City shall have access to and the right to examine, at all reasonable times, all books, receipts, files, records and documents of Cooperative necessary to verify the correctness of said payments.

 

Section
7

The Cooperative, it’s successors and assigns, in the construction, maintenance and operation of its electric system, under the rights and privileges herein granted, shall exercise all reasonable and proper precaution to avoid damage or injury to persons or property, and shall hold and save harmless the City of Scott City, Kansas, from any and all damage, injury and expense caused by the sole negligence of said Cooperative, its successors and assigns, or its or their agents or servants.

 

Section
8

The Cooperative is hereby granted the privilege of trimming such trees located within the City’s boundaries as may interfere with the sage and proper construction and operation of the electric system.

 

Section
9

No assignment of Cooperative’s rights granted by this franchise shall be effective without the prior written consent of City.

 

Section
10

Any and all Ordinances in conflict with the terms hereof are hereby repealed.

 

Section
11

This ordinance shall take effect and be of force from and after its passage and publication in the official city paper.

Passed by the council the 2nd day of September, 2014.

City of Scott City, Kansas

Dan Goodman, Mayor

ATTEST:

Brenda K. Davis, MMC 

 

City Clerk

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