Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Legal Notice Summary

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-    Sheriff Sale on July 16, 2014 at the hour of 11:00 A.M., in the Blaine County Public Safety Facility, of REED P. COLLINGWOOD’s property.  
-    On July 17, 2014 at Blaine County Public Safety Facility, 1650 Aviation Dr. Hailey ID, will be a sale from 248 Hillside Dr., Ketchum, ID.
- Legal Notice the Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a Regular Meeting.
-    Notice to creditors: James W. Phillips has been appointed personal representative of the Philip S. Gillis.
-    Blaine County School District No. 61, will accept bids for 2 buses.
-    IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NANCY RAE SHERBINE, DECEASED. William Lumir Sherbine has been appointed Personal Representative.
- NOTICE of Blaine County Commissioners Meeting Minutes Synopsis
- NOTICE of A petition for division of Wood River Valley Irrigation District #45 was filed with the Clerk to the Board of Blaine County Commissioners on May 14, 2014.
- NOTICE of PUBLIC HEARING Eccles Flying Hat Ranch, LLC requests annexation of approximately 227 acres located East of HWY 75.
- NOTICE of Name Change of Vicky Marie Guzan (Adult)
-    Trustee’s Sale concerning 130 GOLDEN EAGLE DRIVE, Hailey, ID
-    Trustee’s Sale concerning 321 & 331 Sawmill Drive, Hailey, ID
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 99 WEST CHANNEL LANE, BLAINE COUNTY, ID
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 216 SOUTH 7TH STREET, BELLEVUE, ID
- Trustee’s Sale concerning 212 Lollipop Lane Bellevue, ID

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