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Legal Notice No. 1200-40 Resolution No. 6064-14 By - Mr. Williams Declaring the Intention of the Commission to Vacate Scott Street from Washington Street to the alley south of Washington Street, and the alley south of Washington Street from the US Route 35 right-of-way to South Perry Street. Resolution No. 6065-14 By - Mr. Joseph Authorizing the Acceptance of a Grant Award from the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Ohio Traffic Safety Office, in the Amount of Forty-One Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents ($41,775.35) on Behalf of the City of Dayton, and Declaring an Emergency. Resolution No. 6066-14 By - Mr. Mims Authorizing the Acceptance of a Grant Award from the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Ohio Traffic Safety Office, in the Amount of Twenty-Seven Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty Dollars and Twenty-Four Cents ($27,850.24) on Behalf of the City of Dayton, and Declaring an Emergency. Resolution No. 6067-14 By - Ms. Whaley Authorizing the Acceptance of an Aggregate Grant Award from the United States Department of Justice in the Amount of One Hundred Eighty-Four Thousand Eighty-Eight Dollars and Zero Cents ($184,088.00) on Behalf of the City of Dayton, and Declaring an Emergency. Informal Resolution No. 888-14 By - Mr. Lovelace In Support of the Proposed Weustoff and Getz Project Sponsored by City Development Group, LLC. Adopted by the City Commission, Sept. 24, 2014 Nan Whaley, Mayor Signed by the Mayor, Sept. 24, 2014 of the City of Dayton, Ohio. ATTEST: RASHELLA LAVENDER CLERK OF COMMISSION 16926262
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LEGAL NOTICE Defendant, Montel Properties Inc., whose present or last known address was 4775 Collins Avenue, #1208, Miami Beach, FL 33140, and the unknown administrators and representatives of Montel Properties Inc.; will take notice that on the 25th day of September, 2014, the Montgomery County, Ohio Prosecuting Attorney's Office (or name of tax certificate holder) in the name of Carolyn Rice, as Treasurer of Montgomery County, Ohio, filed a Complaint in Case No. 2014 BR 00421, in the Board of Revision of Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402, (937) 496-3389, against the above listed Defendants. It is alleged that delinquent real estate taxes stand charged against the named parcel, R72 12711 0019; the Plaintiff alleges that the parcel constitutes abandoned lands pursuant to 323.65 through 323.79 of the Revised Code; that the land will be sold at a public auction or otherwise disposed of, if not redeemed by the owner or other above addressee; that the sale or transfer will occur at a date, time and place, and in the manner prescribed in 323.65 through 323.79 of the Ohio Revised Code; that the owner or other above addressee may redeem the land by paying the total of the impositions against the land at any time before confirmation of sale or transfer of the parcel as prescribed in 323.65 through 323.79 of the Ohio Revised Code. The Office of the Clerk of Court of Montgomery, County, Ohio shall maintain the official file and docket of this action and that all subsequent pleadings, petitions, and papers associated with is case and filed by any interested party must be filed with the clerk of court and will become part of the case file for the board of revision before who this case is pending. Any owner of record may, at any time on or before the twentieth day after service of process is perfected, file a pleading with the clerk of court requesting that the board dismiss the amended complaint and order that the abandoned land identified herein be removed from the abandoned land list. In such event, the abandoned land will be removed from the list and will not disposed of under 323.65 through 373.79 of the Revised Code, until the current owner sells or otherwise conveys the owner's ownership interest. Until such time, the foreclosure may commence judicially pursuant to 323.25 through 323.28 or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and 5723. CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MARGARET M. CARPER ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF HEARING CASE NO. 2014 BR 00421 To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN THE COMPLAINT From: Montgomery County Board of Revision Address: 451 West Third Street, Third Floor City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 Phone: (937) 496-3389 Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 323.65 through 323.79, you are hereby notified that a final foreclosure hearing is hereby scheduled for the property being permanent parcel number R72 12711 0019. Montgomery County Records list you as either an Owner or an interested party in such property. The hearing is on Friday, October 31, 2014, at the County Administration Building located at 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. This is a real estate tax foreclosure proceeding against the aforesaid parcel for non-payment of real estate taxes. To avoid foreclosure you, or an interested party must pay the full amount of the delinquent taxes, plus interest, penalties and costs incurred to date ("Impositions"); or you may be eligible to enter into a payment plan under 323.31 ("Payment Plan") of the Ohio Revised Code. To find out if you are eligible to enter into a Payment Plan, you must come to the offices of the Montgomery County Treasurer located at 451 West Third Street, 2nd Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. If the Impositions exceed the Auditor's valuation of the property and if the property is foreclosed upon, the property is eligible to be transferred directly to a municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, township, county, or eligible community development group (defined in 323.65-79 of the Ohio Revised Code) without a Sheriff's sale; or upon expiration of forty-five (45) days from the date of any journalized decree of foreclosure, the property may be likewise transferred to any such entity without further notice and without Sheriff's sale. Failure to attend and defend your interests may result in an adverse decision against you. This means that the aforesaid parcel may be foreclosed upon, sold at Sheriff's sale for the Impositions owed, or conveyed directly to a township, municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, county or community development group in the manner prescribed herein. In such event, you will lose any right, title or interest in said parcel. 16928667 9-29, 10-6, 10-13/2014
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LEGAL NOTICE Defendant, Carlos R. Bucio, whose present or last known address was 2431 Bonnieview Avenue, Dayton, OH 45431, and the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, administrators and representatives of Carlos R. Bucio, and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Carlos R. Bucio; Defendant, Keybank National Association, whose present or last known address was 127 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44114, and the unknown administrators and representatives of Keybank National Association; Defendant, JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger with Bank One, N.A., whose present or last known address was 1111 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, OH 43240, and the unknown administrators and representatives of JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger with Bank One, N.A.; will take notice that on the 25th day of September, 2014, the Montgomery County, Ohio Prosecuting Attorney's Office (or name of tax certificate holder) in the name of Carolyn Rice, as Treasurer of Montgomery County, Ohio, filed a Complaint in Case No. 2014 BR 00420, in the Board of Revision of Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402, (937) 496-3389, against the above listed Defendants. It is alleged that delinquent real estate taxes stand charged against the named parcel, R72 02104 0055; the Plaintiff alleges that the parcel constitutes abandoned lands pursuant to 323.65 through 323.79 of the Revised Code; that the land will be sold at a public auction or otherwise disposed of, if not redeemed by the owner or other above addressee; that the sale or transfer will occur at a date, time and place, and in the manner prescribed in 323.65 through 323.79 of the Ohio Revised Code; that the owner or other above addressee may redeem the land by paying the total of the impositions against the land at any time before confirmation of sale or transfer of the parcel as prescribed in 323.65 through 323.79 of the Ohio Revised Code. The Office of the Clerk of Court of Montgomery, County, Ohio shall maintain the official file and docket of this action and that all subsequent pleadings, petitions, and papers associated with is case and filed by any interested party must be filed with the clerk of court and will become part of the case file for the board of revision before who this case is pending. Any owner of record may, at any time on or before the twentieth day after service of process is perfected, file a pleading with the clerk of court requesting that the board dismiss the amended complaint and order that the abandoned land identified herein be removed from the abandoned land list. In such event, the abandoned land will be removed from the list and will not disposed of under 323.65 through 373.79 of the Revised Code, until the current owner sells or otherwise conveys the owner's ownership interest. Until such time, the foreclosure may commence judicially pursuant to 323.25 through 323.28 or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and 5723. CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MARGARET M. CARPER ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF HEARING CASE NO. 2014 BR 00420 To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN THE COMPLAINT From: Montgomery County Board of Revision Address: 451 West Third Street, Third Floor City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 Phone: (937) 496-3389 Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 323.65 through 323.79, you are hereby notified that a final foreclosure hearing is hereby scheduled for the property being permanent parcel number R72 02104 0055. Montgomery County Records list you as either an Owner or an interested party in such property. The hearing is on Friday, October 31, 2014, at the County Administration Building located at 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. This is a real estate tax foreclosure proceeding against the aforesaid parcel for non-payment of real estate taxes. To avoid foreclosure you, or an interested party must pay the full amount of the delinquent taxes, plus interest, penalties and costs incurred to date ("Impositions"); or you may be eligible to enter into a payment plan under 323.31 ("Payment Plan") of the Ohio Revised Code. To find out if you are eligible to enter into a Payment Plan, you must come to the offices of the Montgomery County Treasurer located at 451 West Third Street, 2nd Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. If the Impositions exceed the Auditor's valuation of the property and if the property is foreclosed upon, the property is eligible to be transferred directly to a municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, township, county, or eligible community development group (defined in 323.65-79 of the Ohio Revised Code) without a Sheriff's sale; or upon expiration of forty-five (45) days from the date of any journalized decree of foreclosure, the property may be likewise transferred to any such entity without further notice and without Sheriff's sale. Failure to attend and defend your interests may result in an adverse decision against you. This means that the aforesaid parcel may be foreclosed upon, sold at Sheriff's sale for the Impositions owed, or conveyed directly to a township, municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, county or community development group in the manner prescribed herein. In such event, you will lose any right, title or interest in said parcel. 16928630 9-29, 10-6, 10-13/2014
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LEGAL NOTICE Defendant, Kenneth L. Stafford, whose present or last known address was 6559 Webster Street, Dayton, OH 45414, and the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, administrators and representatives of Kenneth L. Stafford, and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Kenneth L. Stafford; Defendant, Joetta Stafford, whose present or last known address was 6559 Webster Street, Dayton, OH 45414, and the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, administrators and representatives of Joetta Stafford, and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Joetta Stafford; will take notice that on the 26th day of September, 2014, the Montgomery County, Ohio Prosecuting Attorney's Office (or name of tax certificate holder) in the name of Carolyn Rice, as Treasurer of Montgomery County, Ohio, filed a Complaint in Case No. 2014 BR 00424, in the Board of Revision of Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402, (937) 496-3389, against the above listed Defendants. It is alleged that delinquent real estate taxes stand charged against the named parcel, R72 02605 0028; the Plaintiff alleges that the parcel constitutes abandoned lands pursuant to 323.65 through 323.79 of the Revised Code; that the land will be sold at a public auction or otherwise disposed of, if not redeemed by the owner or other above addressee; that the sale or transfer will occur at a date, time and place, and in the manner prescribed in 323.65 through 323.79 of the Ohio Revised Code; that the owner or other above addressee may redeem the land by paying the total of the impositions against the land at any time before confirmation of sale or transfer of the parcel as prescribed in 323.65 through 323.79 of the Ohio Revised Code. The Office of the Clerk of Court of Montgomery, County, Ohio shall maintain the official file and docket of this action and that all subsequent pleadings, petitions, and papers associated with is case and filed by any interested party must be filed with the clerk of court and will become part of the case file for the board of revision before who this case is pending. Any owner of record may, at any time on or before the twentieth day after service of process is perfected, file a pleading with the clerk of court requesting that the board dismiss the amended complaint and order that the abandoned land identified herein be removed from the abandoned land list. In such event, the abandoned land will be removed from the list and will not disposed of under 323.65 through 373.79 of the Revised Code, until the current owner sells or otherwise conveys the owner's ownership interest. Until such time, the foreclosure may commence judicially pursuant to 323.25 through 323.28 or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and 5723. CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MARGARET M. CARPER ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF HEARING CASE NO. 2014 BR 00424 To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN THE COMPLAINT From: Montgomery County Board of Revision Address: 451 West Third Street, Third Floor City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 Phone: (937) 496-3389 Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 323.65 through 323.79, you are hereby notified that a final foreclosure hearing is hereby scheduled for the property being permanent parcel number R72 02605 0028. Montgomery County Records list you as either an Owner or an interested party in such property. The hearing is on Friday, October 31, 2014, at the County Administration Building located at 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. This is a real estate tax foreclosure proceeding against the aforesaid parcel for non-payment of real estate taxes. To avoid foreclosure you, or an interested party must pay the full amount of the delinquent taxes, plus interest, penalties and costs incurred to date ("Impositions"); or you may be eligible to enter into a payment plan under 323.31 ("Payment Plan") of the Ohio Revised Code. To find out if you are eligible to enter into a Payment Plan, you must come to the offices of the Montgomery County Treasurer located at 451 West Third Street, 2nd Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. If the Impositions exceed the Auditor's valuation of the property and if the property is foreclosed upon, the property is eligible to be transferred directly to a municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, township, county, or eligible community development group (defined in 323.65-79 of the Ohio Revised Code) without a Sheriff's sale; or upon expiration of forty-five (45) days from the date of any journalized decree of foreclosure, the property may be likewise transferred to any such entity without further notice and without Sheriff's sale. Failure to attend and defend your interests may result in an adverse decision against you. This means that the aforesaid parcel may be foreclosed upon, sold at Sheriff's sale for the Impositions owed, or conveyed directly to a township, municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, county or community development group in the manner prescribed herein. In such event, you will lose any right, title or interest in said parcel. 16928590 9-29, 10-6, 10-13/2014
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PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT MIAMI UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF FACILITIES CONTRACTING OXFORD, OHIO 45056 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS ("RFQ") FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGER AT RISK Notice is hereby given of Miami University's intent to employ Construction Manager at Risk services for the following Project on the Oxford Campus: Armstrong Student Center Phase 2. This Project is the second phase of the University's construction of a student center. Phase 1, completed in January 2014, consisted of a 150,000 gsf project with 80,000 square feet of new construction infill connecting two existing buildings. The existing structures were completely renovated and integrated into the new construction which features mixed use design with assembly, business, food service and ancillary support spaces. Phase 2 involves renovating existing Culler Hall by converting 57,000 square feet of educational space into additional mixed-use student center space as well as constructing a connector between the Phase 1 space and the Phase 2 area for a complete Armstrong Student Center. The expanded Armstrong Student Center, with integration of the Phase 2 work, is scheduled to open for the Fall 2017 Semester. Relevant scope of services and required qualifications include without limitation: preconstruction services such as constructability review, cost estimating, value engineering, and scheduling; construction services to include demonstrated experience with delivering quality mixed-use higher education construction projects on schedule and budget. Specific details and requirements of the RFQ may be accessed at the following website: www.pfd.miamioh.edu/fco Responses to the RFQ must be delivered as directed in the RFQ by 2:00 PM EST October 29, 2014 to the Miami University Facilities Contracting Office, 181 Cole Service Building, 101 S. Fisher Dr., Oxford, OH 45056. Elizabeth Davidson Director, Facilities Contracting Office 16928486 9-29/2014
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LEGAL NOTICE NO. 56 Sealed bids will be received by the Director of Public Works of the City of Dayton, State of Ohio, until 12:00 Noon, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 for the following improvement: HEARTHSTONE DR WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS (10% SBE, 5% MBE AND 3% WBE PARTICIPATION) Information and instructions to bidders may be obtained at the City Engineer's Office. A pre-bid conference will be held at 11:00 o'clock a.m., Dayton time, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2014 in the City Commission Meeting Room, located on the Second Floor of the City Hall, 101 West Third Street, Dayton, Ohio. Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), and Women Business Enterprise (WBE) subcontract bidders on this project must be certified with the City of Dayton Human Relations Council as such. Prime Contractors must attend the pre-bid conference meeting in its entirety. Any company not present for the entirety of the pre-bid conference will be prohibited from bidding on this project as a prime contractor. The purpose of the pre-bid conference is to explain Section 35.14, 35.15 and 35.16 of the City of Dayton's Revised Code of General Ordinances (R.C.G.O.) regarding Equal Employment Opportunity and various rules and regulations of the Human Relations Council regarding the utilization of Small (SBE) Business Enterprise(s), Minority (MBE) Business Enterprise(s), and Women (WBE) Business Enterprise(s) under the City's Procurement Enhancement Program (PEP). The City of Dayton encourages all bidders to review the list of certified companies in our Procurement Enhancement Program at www.daytonohio.gov/departments/hrc (click the "PEP Certification List" link under the "Quick Hits" column on the right of the page). This Project is being bid with a 10% SBE, 5% MBE AND 3% WBE participation goal. A company must be certified as SBE for the SBE goal, MBE for the MBE goal, and WBE for the WBE goal at the time of the bid opening and must be pre-qualified to perform the proposed subcontracted work. You are advised to obtain a copy of the company's certification letter and to review the Certification List. The participation must be submitted with your bid form on the SBE Participation form for the SBE goal, the MBE Participation form for the MBE goal, and the WBE Participation form for the WBE goal provided by the City of Dayton Human Relations Council. Participation Forms must be completely filled out in accordance with the instructions listed on the forms. Any total or partial Request for Waiver of the SBE, MBE and WBE goal must be submitted on the enclosed Waiver Request Forms. A bidder must submit a separate form for each goal for which you are requesting a waiver. A bidder requesting a total or partial waiver of the SBE, MBE or WBE Participation Goal must maintain supporting documentation and will be required to provide such documentation within two days of its request. The City of Dayton Human Relations Council (HRC) shall review and evaluate the bidder's efforts to meet and comply with the project participation goal. A bidder will be granted a waiver for the SBE, MBE or WBE goal based on your greatest extent feasible efforts; and only where the HRC determines that the bidder has obtained at least seventy-five (75) points from the following list of activities. The form with the point values for your greatest extent feasible efforts must be completed and submitted with your bid if you are requesting a waiver of any goal. Frederick M. Stovall, Director Department of Public Works 16926128 9-29,10-06/2014