Legal Notices

LEGAL NOTICE The following Summary of Legislation passed by the Council of the Village of Killbuck, Ohio is published to comply with Section 731.21 of the Ohio Revised Code. The complete text of the legislation may be obtained or viewed at the Office of the Village of Killbuck,138 S. Main Street, Killbuck, Ohio 44637. Ordinance No. 2019-04, “An Ordinance Approving And Adopting A Permanent Budget For 2020 For The Village Of Killbuck, And Declaring An Emergency” Passed July 15, 2019 Linda Campbell, Killbuck Village Fiscal Officer 330-276-6601 Published in The Holmes County Bargain Hunter on July 20, 2019 and July 27, 2019.
LEGAL NOTICE SHERIFF SALE OF REAL ESTATE STATE OF OHIO, HOLMES COUNTY HOLMES COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT CASE NUMBER: 18-CV-091 U.S. Bank Trust National Association Plaintiff(s) VS Christy Schaad, et al. Defendant(s) By virtue of an Order of Sale directed and issued from the Common Pleas Court of Holmes County, Ohio, I will expose to sale at public auction at the Holmes County Common Pleas Court, 3rd Floor of the Courthouse in the City of Millersburg, Ohio, on Thursday, the 8th day of August, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., and Thursday the 22nd day of August, 2019 at 10:00 a.m., the following described lands and tenements situated in the Village of Lakeville, Township of Washington, County of Holmes and State of Ohio, to wit: The above property is appraised at: $60,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two/thirds of this amount at the first sale date. If there are “No Bids”, the property will be offered for sale at the 2nd sale date with a Minimum Bid as established by Local Rule of the Holmes County Common Pleas Court and the Purchaser shall be responsible for all costs, allowance & taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. This property has the address of 8687 Depot Street Lakeville, Ohio 44638, and has the Parcel Nos. 28-00316.000, 28-00317.000 and 28-00318.000. A complete Property description can be found at the Holmes County Recorder’s Office. Recorded in Volume 189, Pages 2676 and 2680. Terms of sale: CASH or Cashier's Check made payable to the Sheriff of Holmes County and delivered to the Sheriff’s Office by 3:00 p.m. the day of sale according to the following schedule for 3rd Party Purchases: Less Than $10,000.00 – Deposit of $2,000.00 Between $10,001.00 and $200,000.00 – Deposit of $5,000.00 $200,001.00 and Greater – Deposit of $10,000.00 The balance is due upon confirmation of sale and delivery of Sheriff's deed. Brief sale description and information may also be viewed at our website: www.holmescountysheriff.org. NOTICE TO PUBLIC: The above described property will not have had an inside appraisal, therefore the public is hereby notified that the Sheriff of Holmes County nor the Appraisers are liable for the condition of said property during or after the pendency of these proceedings. Attorney for Plaintiff Ricardo Johnstone 323 Lakeside Avenue Suite 200 Cleveland, Ohio 44113 Timothy W. Zimmerly Sheriff of Holmes County, Ohio Published in The Holmes County Bargain Hunter on July 20, 27, 2019 August 03, 2019.
LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF DOVER Civil Service Commission Municipal Building 110 East Third Street Dover, Ohio 44622 NOTICE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR POLICE OFFICER, CITY OF DOVER Dover Civil Service Commission will give an open competitive examination for the position of Police Officer, Police Department, City of Dover, according to the Ohio Revised Code Sections 124.22, 124.23, and 124.41. TITLE OF EXAMINATION: Police Officer DATE & TIME: Saturday, August 10, 2019 10:00 a.m. PLEASE NOTE: Physical agility testing to follow written testing. LOCATION: Roy G. Crawford Dover City Council Chambers, 121 E. 2nd St., Dover, Ohio APPLICATIONS FOR EXAMINATION: All applicants shall file with the Civil Service Commission, a notarized application for examination no later than Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. Applications are available in the Mayor’s/Safety Director’s Office at Dover City Hall. A $20.00 fee for testing shall be paid at the time the employment application is filed with the Civil Service Commission. Those applicants who cannot afford to pay the $20.00 testing fee may sign a poverty affidavit and submit it along with the employment application to the Civil Service Commission. QUALIFICATIONS FOR EXAMINATION AND/OR APPOINTMENT: 1. No applicant shall be eligible for appointment unless he or she has reached the age of twenty- one (21) prior to the date of appointment. No person is eligible to receive an original appointment when he or she is thirty-five (35) years of age prior to the date of appointment. 2. Applicants must have either graduated from high school, vocational school, or completed a GED successfully. 3. No applicant shall be eligible for appointment unless they have passed a physical examination given within 120 days by a licensed physician which examiner certifies that the applicant is free of cardiovascular and pulmonary disease and states that the applicant meets the physical requirements necessary to perform the duties of a Police Officer as established by the O.R.C. 742.38 and Ohio Administrative Code 742-1-02 Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund Pre-Employment Physical Requirements. 4. An applicant, at the time of appointment, must be a valid licensed driver with no more than two (2) two-point moving violations or their equivalent within the three (3) preceding years. Conviction of one or more six-point moving violations, any felony traffic violation, or their equivalent, in the previous five (5) years shall all be grounds for disqualification from eligibility. 5. Applicant shall possess a Certificate/Letter awarded to them by the Executive Director of the Ohio Peace Officers Training Council, attesting to his or her satisfactory completion of an approved State of Ohio Basic Peace Officer Training Program (O.R.C. Section 109.772). Any other training that was mandated by legislation of the State of Ohio that is not included in the certificate shall be completed within the time prescribed by the rules promulgated by the Attorney General (O.R.C. Section 109.741). A COPY OF THE CERTIFICATE/LETTER MUST BE SUBMITTED PRIOR TO THE EXAM! 6. An applicant who fails to complete any portion of the selection process shall not be re-tested and shall be disqualified from the current process. Such applicants may re-apply in future advertised civil service exams. 7. No applicant shall be eligible for appointment unless they pass a psychological examination, a background investigation conducted by the Dover Police Department, a polygraph (lie detector) examination, a drug screen test, and be personally interviewed by the Safety Director and/or the Chief of Police. 8. LENGTH OF ELIGIBILITY: The eligible list for appointment as Police Officer in the City of Dover Police Department shall be valid for one (1) year from the date of the examination. The validity of the eligibility list may be extended for up to one (1) additional year at the discretion of the Dover Civil Service Commission. An eligibility list will be certified containing the names of all candidates having successfully passed both the written examination and the physical fitness test. 9. EXAMINATION SEQUENCE: All applicants must obtain at least a passing score of 70% on the written portion of the examination to be eligible for the physical fitness portion of the examination. The physical fitness portion of the examination will be conducted immediately following, to be announced to the persons passing the written portion of the examination, and graded on a pass/fail basis. 10. MILITARY SERVICE CREDIT: Applicant must obtain a passing grade of 70% on the written portion of the examination to receive the service credit, and they must pass the physical fitness portion of the examination. Applicants must submit proof of an honorable discharge with their Civil Service application in order to receive 5% credit of the test grade. 11. HIGHER EDUCATION CREDIT: Applicant must obtain at least a passing grade of 70% in the written portion of the examination to receive the education credit. A two (2) year degree from an institution of higher education (e.g., a College or University) will entitle the applicant to receive credit of 2.5% of the test grade. A four (4) year degree from an institution of higher education will entitle the applicant to receive credit of 5% of the test grade. (Only one education credit will apply.) Applicants must submit proof of their degree with their Civil Service application in order to receive this credit. 12. An applicant, upon employment, must comply with the residency requirements of the City of Dover. 13. An applicant, upon employment, must be able to perform the duties of the position, obey the Rules and Regulations, General Orders, and Policies and Procedures of the police department and laws of the State of Ohio. 14. An applicant will be disqualified from appointment if previously convicted of any crimes of violence, violations of illegal drug activity, and any violations of crimes of theft or corruption as found in the Ohio Revised Code. 15. An applicant who provides false, inaccurate or incomplete information on the employment application will be subject to immediate disqualification from appointment or termination if appointed. PLEASE NOTE: The physical agility testing will be held the same day. It will follow the written testing, and will be grade on a Pass/Fail basis. BY ORDER OF THE DOVER CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Published in the Tuscarawas County Bargain Hunter July 13, July 20, and July 27, 2019.