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January 25, 2023

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Classifieds Wednesday, Januar y 25, 2023 The Press-Dispatch D-2 list your business here. Call 812-354-8500 or email today! TAX SERVICES SATURDAY, FEB 11 • 10AM EDT at the Auction Barn – 2667 E. CR 400 S., Winslow, IN Auction pick-up available! KALEB CLARIDGE AU11700062 Follow on • ID# 46613 • HAYSVILLE ESTATE AUCTION We have a nice estate coming in from Haysville! is auction is featuring like new John Deere mower (only 19hrs) other lawn mowers, tools, outdoor items, antiques, collectibles, glassware, primitives, nice modern furniture, household items and much more! Contact Kaleb Claridge with questions 812-789-6761. Lic. #AU10800006 812-598-3936 Call today to schedule your auction LARGE COLLECTION AUCTION Thursday, February 23 • 10:00 AM • 114 E. SR 68, Lynnville Antiques, furniture, tools, lawn & garden, household and much more. For questions, contact Johny Ray (812)598-3936 • /DaugherityAuctionWholesale 520 E Walnut St, Petersburg • 812-890-3287 Open Mon.. - Fri. 10am-5pm • Sat. 10am-4pm DAUGHERITY AUCTION & VENDOR MALL IN-PERSON AUCTION FRIDAY, JAN. 27 • 6 PM Come see us this Friday! HOME IMPROVEMENT AUCTIONS INSURANCE ® AUTO • HOME • LIFE Your Hometown Agent Sarah McCracken 812-254-2800 Family-Owned Business FREE ESTIMATES! 812-582-2646 WE ALSO DO: • TRENCHING and DRAINS • DIRT and ROCK HAULING • SITE PREP and CLEARING Septic tank pumping & inStallation 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 SENIOR DISCOUNTS GE GE TREE SERVICE BUSINESS BOX RHODES' TAX SERVICE 1360 N. Crestview Rd., Petersburg, Indiana 47567 PREPARATION Federal & State Call Mary Rhodes 812-354-8123 812-354-4255 TAX LEGALS NEW LEGAL NOTICE DEADLINE FRIDAY AT NOON email CITY OF PETERSBURG ORDINANCE 2023-1 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PETERSBURG, INDIANA, REQUIRING ANGLE PARKING IN CERTAIN AREAS WHEREAS, Indiana cities have the power to regulate traffi c on City streets, and to establish rules and regula- tions therefore; and, WHEREAS, certain citizens have requested angle parking be allowed along some city streets to promote commerce and convenience for patrons; and, WHEREAS, it would be in the best interests of the City to make this change; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED as follows: Section l. Angle Parking on South Side of Walnut Street from 9th to 11 Street. Angle Parking will be required on the South Side of Walnut Street, between 9 Street and 11 Street angling with the fl ow of Northeast traffi c. The City will mark the parking spaces so required. Section 2. Repealer. Ordinances heretofore enacted, Ordinance, are hereby repealed. All provisions of Petersburg City which are in confl ict with this Section 3. force and effect provided by law. Effective. This Ordinance shall be in full from and after its passage and publication, as DULY PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Common Council of the City of Petersburg on the 3rd day of January, 2023 /s/ Members of the Common Council /s/ R.C. Klipsh, Mayor Presiding Offi cer Attest: /s/ Tammy Selby City Clerk-Treasurer 1.18 & 1.25.2023 hspaxlp REQUEST FOR BIDS The Board of Commissioners of Pike County Indiana are hereby requesting bids for the following material. Hot mix including #11 Surface, #9 Binder and #5 Base will be picked up at the asphalt plant. AE-90 and #53 rock will need to be delivered to the Pike County High- way Department. Please bid accordingly. The material will be used for road resurfacing and road conversion projects awarded by the 2022 call 2 Com- munity Crossings Call for Projects. In order to be considered, all bid sheets must to be com- pleted fully, signed and dated. Please be sure to include unit price, extension and total cost for each section as well as the grand total material cost. Bid packets can be requested from the Pike County Highway Department by contacting Melanie Britton at 812-354-9743 or via email at mbritton@pikecounty. Bids will be opened by the Commissioners at their scheduled meeting being held on February 21, 2023 at 8:30 AM in the courthouse basement. Bids should be mailed or delivered to: Board of Commissioners Pike County Courthouse 801 E. Main Street Petersburg, Indiana 47567 Bids must be received by 8:30 AM February 21, 2023. Pike County Board of Commissioners Jeff Nelson Ryan Coleman 1.25 & 2.1.2023 hspaxlp PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of School Trustees of the Pike County School Corporation, 211 S 12th Street, Petersburg, IN 47567, shall receive sealed Request for Proposals for upgrading network infrastruc- ture. A 470 has been posted for the Pike County School Corporation for the purpose of upgrading network in- frastructure through the federal ERate Program. Please check the following website for the 470 posting www. Reference 470 #230007038 Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope with a return address, plainly marked on the outside; "BID for Upgrading Network Infrastructure". All bids shall be in compliance with the laws governing such matters and the Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any formality in the process. Bid documents are to be submitted by 1:00 p.m. (EST) on February 6, 2023: Pike County School Corporation Attention: Phil Clauss, 211 S 12th Street, Petersburg, IN 47567 Board of School Trustees Pike County School Corporation 1.25 & 2.1.2023 hspaxlp SERVICES 605 S. Oak St., Winslow 3802 S. State Road 241, Monroe City (Formerly ADM Growmark) • Truck Drivers • (owner-operator) • Farm Tractor Operators • • General Laborers • Tom Anson 812-890-6105 or Nathan Andrews 812-309-0178 HIRING For more information, call: Non-Smoking Facility 611 Main Street, Suite 120, Petersburg or Call 812-354-2150 1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH 819 sf, Rent $336 per month INCOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY $15,650 for 1 person and $17,880 for 2 people. Age 55 and older. APARTMENTS Water, sewer, trash included, along with all appliances, including a washer and dryer! ROBLING Tax Service, LLC 303 N. 12th St., Petersburg 812-354-9673 Carol Robling, AFSP Jim Robling, AFSP Holly Garland-Blake Here's How It Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down in- to nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numer - ic clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle! SUDOKU

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