Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Legal Notice Summary


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• Notice of hearing for request of name change by McKenzie M. Gardipe.

• Notice to filing deadline for creditors against the estate of Virginia I. Christie, deceased.

• City of Bellevue Ordinance 2005-20 amending the city code pertaining to open containers in a public place.

• City of Bellevue Ordinance 2005-21 amending the Zoning Ordinace pertaining to building standards.

• City of Bellevue Ordinance 2005-22 amending the Zoning Ordinance pertaining to large scale developments.

• Notice of public hearing for the Ketchum City Council Ordinance Number 968 amending Title 5, Chapter 5.08, Articles I and II, Ketchum Municipal Code "For-Hire Vehicles" to possibly change the franchise requirements to be license requirements.

• Notice of trustee's sale TS No. 05-14658 Doc ID #000674004782005N Title Order No. 5610598 Parcel No. RPB04100020050A.

• Blaine County Planning and Zoning Commission concerning Picabo Hills Subdivision: Continuation from September 22, 2005 of public hearing.

• Blaine County Board of Commissioners regular meeting concerning Zinc Spur Ranch, Unit 1, Lots 7 & 8, and Castle Rock Subdivision Reconsideration.

• The Friedman Memorial Airport Authority will hold a special meeting concerning the Airport Site Selection/Feasability Study Process.

• The Friedman Memorial Airport Authority will hold a special meeting concerning the Airport Site Selection Process Three Finalist Sites.




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