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B-8 Classifieds Wednesday, Februar y 6, 2019 The Press-Dispatch An at-a-glance look at products and services offered by local businesses. 812-354-6119 • 812-354-4541 Visit us online at tree trimming tree removal stump removal storm Damage specialist Financing Available for Homeowners fully licensed & insured GE trEE sErvicE SENIOR DISCOUNTS LOW PRICE GUARANTEE We'll beat any competitor's advertised price! LAWN & TREE SERVICES INSURANCE Call 317-650-4086 (cell) Call Today! We believe that right Insurance Plan is the one that meets your needs. 60-Year-Old Company Providing Health Insurance Strategies for Farmers, Ranchers and Self-Employed Businesses Are You Paying Too Much? If your answer to this question is "yes," State Farm, Home Office, Bloomington, IL Dale Grinstead State Farm Agent 211 W. Morton Oakland City, IN Bus: 812-749-6155 THE BUSINESS CONTRACTORS Local Contractor / Free Es mates / Warran es Call the pros at 812-481-2756 LLC HOME REMODELING • WET BASEMENTS CRACKED OR BOWING WALLS STICKING DOORS • UNEVEN CONCRETE BASEMENT FINISH OUTS AUCTION AND REALTY COLEMAN ESTATE AUCTION FEB. 16 • 10am EST Auction Barn: 2667 E. Co. Rd. 400 S., Winslow Auction pick-up available! Antiques, Glassware and Primitives KALEB CLARIDGE AU11700062 No auction is too big or too small. Claridge Auction can do it all! CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR AUCTION! No Buyer's Premium. Follow on • ID# 46613 • Specializing in: • Real Estate • Personal Property Estates • Farm & Equipment Auctions 812-598-3936 Call today to schedule your auction Auction pickups available Lic. #AU10800006 PUBLIC AUCTION Thur., Feb. 7 • 4:30 p.m. CST • 114 E. SR 68, Lynnville Furniture, Tools, Antiques, Collectibles, Household Items and more. List your business here. Call 812-354-8500 today! LEGALS LEGALS STATE OF INDIANA SS: IN THE PIKE COUNTY OF PIKE CIRCUIT COURT CAUSE NO. 63C01-1810-JT-000147 IN THE MATTER OF THE TERMINATION OF THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP: ZS - DOB 1/4/2009 AND MELANIE SEELEY-SIGGERS (BIOLOGICAL MOTHER) SUMMONS FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION & NOTICE OF TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS HEARING TO: Melanie Seeley-Siggers Whereabouts unknown NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the above noted parent whose whereabouts are unknown, that the Indiana Department of Child Services has filed a Petition for Involuntary Termination of your Parental Rights, and that an adjudication hearing has been scheduled with the Court. YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear before the Judge of the Pike Circuit Court, 801 E. Main Street, P.O. Box 125, Petersburg, IN 47567 - 812-354-8480 for a(n) Termination Hearing on 2/11/2019 at 1:30 PM and to answer the Petition for Termination of your Parental Rights of said child. You are further notified that if the allegations in said petition are true, and/or if you fail to appear at the hearing, the Juvenile Court may terminate your parent-child relationship; and if the Court terminates your parent-child relationship you will lose all parental rights, powers, privileges, immunities, duties and obligations including any rights to custody, control, visitation, or support in said child; and if the Court terminates your parent-child relationship, it will be permanently terminated, and thereaer you may not contest an adoption or other placement of said child. You are entitled to representation by an attorney, provided by the State if applicable, throughout these proceedings to terminate the parent-child relationship. YOU MUST RESPOND by appearing in person or by an attorney within thirty (30) days aer the last publication of this notice, and in the event you fail to do so, adjudication on said petition and termination of your parental rights may be entered against you, in your absence, without further notice. Lana Griffith Pike Circuit Court Clerk Brittany Van Winkle, #31692-19 Attorney, Indiana Department of Child Services 2105 E. Main Street Petersburg, IN 47567 (January 23, 30, February 6, 2019) hspaxlp SPURGEON CIVIL TOWN, PIKE COUNTY, INDIANA CASH & INVESTMENTS COMBINED STATEMENT—2018 Beg. Cash & End. Cash & Invest. Bal. Invest. Bal. Fund Jan. 1, 2018 Receipts Disbursements Dec. 31, 2018 Governmental Activities General ........................................ $33,910.53 $18,368.61 $12,723.31 $39,555.83 MVH ........................................... $16,849.96 $12,853.75 $9,484.46 $20,219.25 LR&S ..............................................$4,085.51 $1,478.96 $204.48 $5,359.99 Waste Disposal ..............................$1,377.00 $833.00 $950.00 $1,260.00 LECE .................................................$146.58 $205.00 $75.00 $276.58 River Boat ......................................$8,009.24 $0.00 $299.12 $7,710.12 Rainy Day .........................................$503.63 $0.00 $0.00 $503.63 CCD ...............................................$8,463.27 $938.02 $0.00 $9,401.29 CCI ....................................................$520.22 $483.89 $740.00 $264.11 EDIT............................................ $23,399.13 $2,934.13 $0.00 $26,333.26 Fire ............................................... $23,541.07 $31,682.01 $27,411.19 $27,811.89 Police Dept Donations .................$1,462.38 $207.51 $54.00 $1,615.89 257 LOIT ..........................................$770.91 $0.00 $770.91 $0.00 Spurgeon Water Corp. Working Utility .......................... $27,608.19 $107,877.75 $84,874.62 $50,611.32 Meter Fund ................................. $15,177.46 $1,275.00 $794.27 $15,658.19 Utility Improvement Fund ....... $64,939.95 $3,502.25 $4,057.65 $64,384.55 Total All Funds .................... $230,765.03 $182,639.88 $142,439.01 $270,965.90 (February 6, 2019) hspaxlp LEGALS LEGAL NOTICE On January 31, 2019, Duke Energy Indiana, LLC filed a Verified Petition with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission in Cause No. 45193 requesting the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission to decline its jurisdiction over, or otherwise approve an alternative regulatory plan for the offering of a Prepaid Advantage Pilot Program applicable to residential customers pursuant to Indiana Code §§ 8-1-2.5-5 and 8-1-2.5-6. Duke Energy Indiana, LLC By: Stan Pinegar, President (February 6, 2019) hspaxlp LEGAL NOTICE ATTENTION Pursuant to IC 4-32.2-4-7.5, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Winslow Aerie #2646 is publishing notice that an application for and annual charity game night license has been filed by: Fraternal Order of Eagles Winslow Aerie #2646 304 N. Walnut Street Winslow, IN 47598 Location of Charity Night Event: 304 N. Walnut Street Winslow, IN 47598 Operators: Roger Griffith Steve Wyland Ben Henson Officers of the Organization: George M. Robling, Junior Past Worthy President George M. McKinney, President Joel P. Meece, Vice-President Danny L. Miles, Chaplin Richard A. Kluesner, Secretary Stephen Wyland, Treasurer Richard S. Hill, Conductor Timmy Coleman, Inside Guard Roger Griffith, Outside Guard Richard Bishop, Trustee Ben Henson, Trustee Max Elliott, Trustee Any person may protest the proposed issuance of the annual charity game night license. Protest letters must be received within fieen (15) days from the date the last posting appears. e Commission shall hold a public hearing if ten (10) written and signed protest letters are received. Address where protest letters should be sent: Indiana Gaming Commission Attention: Diane Freeman Charity Gaming Division East Tower Suite 1600 101 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 (February 6, 13, 2019) hspaxlp LEGAL NOTICE PLANNED IMPROVEMENT e Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is developing plans for proposed SR 61 pavement replacement from the intersection of SR 56/SR57 to approximately 1.10 miles north of SR 56/SR 57 (800 feet north of Kennedy Avenue) in Petersburg, Indiana and located in Pike County e project proposes full depth pavement removal and replacement with the addition of curb and gutter, and a new storm sewer. Incidental work at the north and south ends of the project will include a mill and overlay of the existing SR 61 pavement. e project will also include sidewalks beginning at the intersection of SR 57 and continue to Kennedy Avenue on the le side and will end at East Harvest Lane on the right. American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Curb Ramps will be included where required. e project will be constructed in three phases in order to allow the local traffic to maneuver around the portion of roadway under construction. e project will require SR 61 to be closed to through traffic during construction with the official detour on state maintained routes of SR 241, US 50, and SR 57, however local routes may be used by local traffic. e tentative construction schedule is for utility relocations in 2020 and construction of the project in 2021. Phase 1: SR 61 will be closed from SR 57 north to just south of Spruce Street. Local residents living west of SR 61 will be able to access 7th Street and be able to go north to SR 61. Residents living east of SR 61 will be able to take 10th, 11th, or 12th Street north to Spruce Street to avoid the Phase 1 construction. Phase 2: SR 61 will be closed from the railroad tracks to just south of Harvest Lane. e contractor will be required by contract to allow traffic to cross SR 61 at the cross street intersections in this segment. White River Avenue runs parallel to SR 61 in this area and will allow local traffic to maneuver around the Phase 2 construction. Phase 3: Construction of SR 61 from Harvest Lane to the north end of the project includes a subdivision within this segment that has only one exit, which is onto SR 61. e construction in this area will not involve full depth pavement replacement. Rather, the pavement in this area will be milled and overlayed which will allow, SR 61 to be constructed in stages with at least one lane of traffic being maintained in each direction for local traffic. Access to all businesses and residences shall be maintained and school corporations and emergency services will be notified prior to any construction in regard to the closure or delays prior to any construction. Construction of the project may require approximately 1.10 acres of new permanent right-of-way. No displacement of residents or businesses will be involved with this project and the total cost is estimated at $ 5,000,000. At present, we are planning to use both state and federal funds for construction of the project. e Federal Highway Administration and INDOT have agreed this project falls within the guidelines of a Categorical Exclusion (CE) Level 2 environmental document with no mitigation required for wetlands. Preliminary design plans, along with the CE are avail able for review at the following locations: 1. Pike County Public Library, 1008 Maple St., Petersburg, IN 47567 Phone# (812) 354-6257 2. Planning Department, Vincennes INDOT District at 3650 South US 41, Vincennes, IN 47591, - Phone INDOT4U at (855) 463-6848 3. Hearings Examiner, Room N642 of the Indiana Government Center North, 100 N. Senate Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46204-2216, - Phone # (317) 234-0796 In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you have a disability for which INDOT needs to provide accessibility to the documents, please contact the Office of Public Involvement at 317-232-6601 or rclark@indot. All interested persons may request a public hearing or express their concerns by submitting comments to the attention of Mary Wright, Public Hearing Examiner at INDOT, Room N642, 100 North Senate Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46204-2216 on or before ursday, February 21, 2019. is notice is published in compliance with: 1) Code of Federal Regulations, Title 23, Section 771 (CFR 771.111(h)(1) stating, "Each State must have procedures approved by the FHWA to carry out a public involvement/public hearing program."; 2) 23 CFR 450.210(a)(1)(ix) stating, "Provide for the periodic review of the effectiveness of the public involvement process to ensure that the process provides full and open access to all interested parties and revise the process, as appropriate."; and 3) e INDOT Public Involvement Policies and Procedures approved by the Federal Highway Administration on August 16, 2012. Mary Wright, Public Hearing Examiner, Phone # (317) 234-0796, E-Mail: (February 6 and 13, 2019) hspaxlp Is accepting applications for the following position: Water Department Laborer is is a full-time position with full benefits. Please pick up applications at: City Hall, 704 E. Main Street, Petersburg e City of Petersburg is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Non-Smoking Facility 611 Main Street, Suite 120, Petersburg or Call 812-354-2150 Water, sewer, trash included, along with all appliances, including a washer and dryer! 1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH ABOVE THE OLD DIME STORE for $518 a month (income restriction at $25,620 for 1 per- son and $29,280 for two people a year) APARTMENT AVAILABLE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Newspaper contractors needed for the following area: 48-WinsloW/Petersburg AreA Approximate profit: $900 per month Daily Delivery Time: 2 hrs. Sunday Delivery Time: 2.5 hrs. Must have reliable transportation. If interested, please call Heather at: 812-464-0326 and leave a message with your name, address and phone number. Income Tax PREPARATION Federal State W-2 1099 FOR SERVICE, CALL: Mary Lich: 812-254-1805 812-486-7141 (cell) - or - SERVICE CENTER ASSOCIATE AT PETERSBURG HARDWARE As a Service Center Associate, you will be responsi- ble for greeting and serving each guest courteously, quickly and efficiently with a positive, pleasant, and en- thusiastic attitude. A Service Center Associate will also be responsible for window/screen repair, working on small engine/equipment, cleaning and servicing rental equipment, loading material for customers, assisting customers with all departments in the store, primarily in plumbing, electrical, and lumber along with other daily duties. A qualified candidate will be required to have good personal grooming, communication skills, and generally be perceived as friendly. This position requires you to stand for up to 10 hours during a shift and be able to lift up to 80 pounds on a regular basis. This position also requires you to use motion that en- tails pushing, pulling, stretching, bending, kneeling, and laying on the floor at times. Qualifications and Skills: • Enjoy the variety of a rotating work week that includes working a minimum of every other Satur- day, additional Saturdays will be required during peak seasons or during special situations. • A plus if you have mechanical experience, small engine preferred. • Be a good problem solver. • Have experience in plumbing and electrical • Be enthusiastic about learning to navigate web/internet based tools. • Meet the requirements for the needed physical tasks. • Be an example while working alongside team members. • Create a friendly and FUN work place for all to enjoy. • Must be able to lift up to 80 pounds regularly. • Be able to find things to do instead of being told to do them. • Be able to multi-task and have patience when be- ing interrupted or pulled from one job to the next. Typical work days are 8 a.m.-7 p.m. on the weekdays and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday. This position will usually have a three day work week ranging between 28-30 hours per week. Pay varies depending on experience and performance. APPLY IN STORE. 4502 N. ST. RD. 61 PETERSBURG, IN Sophisticated upper level apartment in downtown Petersburg. More than 1200 sq. . of living space, includes 2 bedrooms, living room, modern kitchen with appliances (stove, refrigerator, washer, dryer), carpeting and rooop deck. Very low utilities. Must see to appreciate. CALL RANDY HARRIS REAL ESTATE APARTMENT FOR RENT 812-380-1065 or 812-639-7291 NOTICE TOWN OF WINSLOW Regular monthly meeting, Monday, February 11, 2019, at 7 p.m. at the Winslow Community Center. (February 6, 2019) hspaxlp

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