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LEGAL NOTICE Jane Doe, Unknown Spouse, if any, of Michael Alcorn whose last place of residence is 4549 Eaton Road, Hamilton, OH 45013, The Unknown Heirs at Law or Under the Will, if any, of Connie Rowland, Deceased whose last place of residence is Address Unknown, but whose present place of residence is unknown will take notice that on March 12, 2015, Green Tree Servicing LLC filed its Complaint in Case No. CV2015030613 in the Court of Common Pleas Butler County, Ohio alleging that the Defendants Jane Doe, Unknown Spouse, if any, of Michael Alcorn, The Unknown Heirs at Law or Under the Will, if any, of Connie Rowland, Deceased have or claim to have an interest in the real estate described below: Permanent Parcel Number: P6451017000041; Property Address: 933 South 12th Street, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. The legal description may be obtained from the Butler County Auditor at 130 High Street, Hamilton, Ohio 45011, 513-887-3154. The Petitioner further alleges that by reason of default of the Defendants in the payment of a promissory note, according to its tenor, the conditions of a concurrent mortgage deed given to secure the payment of said note and conveying the premises described, have been broken, and the same has become absolute. The Petitioner prays that the Defendants named above be required to answer and set up their interest in said real estate or be forever barred from asserting the same, for foreclosure of said mortgage, the marshalling of any liens, and the sale of said real estate, and the proceeds of said sale applied to the payment of Petitioner's Claim in the proper order of its priority, and for such other and further relief as is just and equitable. THE DEFENDANTS NAMED ABOVE ARE REQUIRED TO ANSWER ON OR BEFORE THE 15TH DAY OF JULY, 2015. BY : REIMER, ARNOVITZ, CHERNEK & JEFFREY CO., L.P.A. Douglas A. Haessig, Attorney at Law Attorney for Plaintiff-Petitioner P.O. Box 39696 Solon, Ohio 44139 (440)600-5500 17213839 6-3, 6-10, 6-17/2015
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NOTICE IN SUIT TO DEFENDANT JESSICA BRADLEY WHOSE RESIDENCE IS UNKNOWN COURT OF COMMON PLEASE CIVIL DIVISION BUTLER COUNTY, OHIO MARY ALDRIDGE Plaintiff VS. JESSICA BRADLEY, et al. Defendants Case#: CV 2014 08 2116 Judge Noah Powers II NOTICE OF SUIT To: Jessica Bradley Whose current residence is unknown and whose last known address was: 6647 Montgomery Road, Unit 4, Cincinnati, Ohio 45213 Plaintiff has brought this action naming you as the Defendant in the above-named Court by filing their Complaint on August 5, 2014. The object of the Complaint is to seek judgment against you for personal injury caused by you on or about August 10, 2012, and the prayer is for judgment against you in an amount in excess of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) plus all other relief to which Plaintiff may be entitled under the law. You are required to answer the Complaint within twenty-eight (28) days after the last publication of this notice, which will be published once each week for six consecutive weeks, and the last publication will be made on 8TH day of JULY, 2015. In case of your failure to answer or otherwise respond as permitted by the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure within the time stated, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. (Note: This notice is issued and published pursuant to Rule 4.4 of the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure.) Kory A. Veletean Attorney for Plaintiff Cincinnati, Ohio Mary L. Swain, Clerk of Courts 17214436 6-3,10,17,24,7-1,8/2015
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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. successor by merger to Wachovia Mortgage Corporation Plaintiff, -vs- Ellis Hall, et al. Defendants Case No.: 2015 CV 01459 Judge: Mary L. Wiseman LEGAL NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, Executors, Administrators, Spouses and Assigns and the Unknown Guardians of Minor and/or Incompetent Heirs of Ellis Hall, whose last known address is ADDRESS UNKNOWN, and will take notice that on the 18th day of March, 2015, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. successor by merger to Wachovia Mortgage Corporation filed its Complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Montgomery County, Ohio in Case No. 2015 CV 01459, on the docket of the Court, and the object and demand for relief of which pleading is to foreclose the lien of plaintiff's mortgage recorded upon the following described real estate to wit: Property Address: 312 Kimbary Drive, Centerville, OH 45458 and being more particularly described in plaintiff's mortgage recorded in Mortgage Book Instrument No. 06-077114, of this County Recorder's Office. All of the above named defendants are required to answer within twenty-eight (28) days after last publication, which shall be published once a week for three consecutive weeks, or they might be denied a hearing in this case. Craig A. Thomas, Trial Counsel Ohio Supreme Court Reg. #0037667 LERNER, SAMPSON & ROTHFUSS Attorneys for Plaintiff P.O. Box 5480 Cincinnati, OH 45201-5480 (513) 241-3100 attyemail@lsrlaw.com 17214575 6-3, 6-10, 6-17/2015
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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CLARK COUNTY, OHIO Bank Of America, N.A., Successor By Merger To Bac Home Loans Servicing, Lp Fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, Lp, Plaintiff, v. Joe N. Williams, et al., Defendants. CASE NO. 15CV0113 PUBLIC NOTICE Defendants, Joe N. Williams, Lori Jo Glass aka Lori Williams, Unknown Spouse of Joe N. Williams, whose place of residence is unknown and whose last known address is 2210 South Hadley Road, Springfield, OH 45505, and Unknown Tenant, whose place of residence is unknown and whose last known address is 2526 Ballentine Pike, Springfield, OH 45502, and Castle Credit Corporation, whose place of business is unknown and whose last known address is 8430 West Bryn Mawr, Suite 750, Chicago, IL 60631, and who cannot be served within the State of Ohio, will take notice that on February 18, 2015, Bank Of America, N.A., Successor By Merger To Bac Home Loans Servicing, Lp Fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, Lp, filed a Complaint as Plaintiff in the Court of Common Pleas of Clark County, Ohio, in Case No. 15CV0113 against Joe N. Williams, and others as Defendants, alleging that Defendant, Joe N. Williams, executed and delivered a certain Note, a copy of which is attached to the Complaint and made a part thereof, that there is due to Plaintiff from Defendant, Joe N. Williams, by reason of default under the terms of the Note the unpaid principal balance of $111,719.74 plus interest at the rate of 3.8750% per annum from June 01, 2013; that to secure the payment of said Note Defendant, Joe N. Williams, executed and delivered a Mortgage Deed, thereby conveying the following described premises: ***LEGAL DESCRIPTION*** Commonly known as: 2526 Ballentine Pike, Springfield, OH 45502 Parcel Number: 0500200019000018 A full description can be obtained from the Clark County Auditor's Office at 31 N. Limestone Street, Springfield, OH 45501. that said Note is in default, whereby the conditions set forth in said Note and Mortgage have been broken, said Mortgage Deed has become absolute and Plaintiff is entitled to have said Mortgage foreclosed, said premises sold, and the proceeds applied in payment of Plaintiff's claims; that Defendants, listed in this action, may have or claim to have some interest in or lien upon said premises; that all of said Defendants be required to set forth any claim, lien or interest in or upon the above described premises which he or she may have or be forever barred there from; that therefore Plaintiff demands judgment against the Defendant, Joe N. Williams, in the amount of $111,719.74 plus interest at the rate of 3.8750% per annum from June 01, 2013, plus any sums advanced to pay real estate taxes, hazard insurance premiums, property protection and maintenance, plus late charges and interest from the date of such advances; for Plaintiff's cost of evidence of title and for all of its costs herein expended; that the Mortgage referred to be found and adjudged to be a valid and subsisting, first and best lien upon the real estate described herein; that the Mortgage and the Defendants equity of redemption be foreclosed; that all parties hereto answer as to their interests or be forever barred from asserting the same; that all liens be marshaled and their priorities determined; that the premises be sold as if upon execution, and the proceeds of any sale be applied according to law; and for such other relief as is just and equitable. Defendants, Joe N. Williams, Lori Jo Glass aka Lori Williams, Unknown Spouse of Joe N. Williams, Unknown Tenant, and Castle Credit Corporation, are further notified that they are required to answer said Complaint on or before 28 days after the last week that the publication has run for THREE successive weeks, or judgment may be rendered as prayed for therein. LUPER NEIDENTHAL & LOGAN A Legal Professional Association By: Jeffrey R. Jinkens (0019301) 1200 LeVeque Tower 50 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 Phone: (614) 221-7663 Fax: (866) 381-0301 E-mail: jjinkens@lnlattorneys.com 17213675 6-3, 6-10, 6-17/2015
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BY Mr. Williams NO 31399-15 AN ORDINANCE Amending the Downtown Dayton Community Reinvestment Area in the City of Dayton, and Declaring an Emergency. WHEREAS, This Commission desires to pursue all reasonable incentives to assist and encourage construction and remodeling in part of the Downtown district of the City of Dayton; and WHEREAS, Sections 3735.65 through 3735.70 of the Ohio Revised Code ("R.C.") provide that a municipality may grant certain exemptions from real property taxation for new construction or remodeling efforts within an area that is designated by the legislative authority of the municipal corporation as a Community Reinvestment Area ("CRA"); and WHEREAS Ordinance 30861-09 establishing the Downtown Dayton CRA was passed by the Dayton City Commission on May 13, 2009; and WHEREAS, R.C. Section 3735.661 provides the circumstances that allow a municipality to amend an existing CRA; and WHEREAS, R.C. Section 3735.66 requires the City to conduct a survey of the housing located in the geographical boundaries of the proposed CRA; and WHEREAS, The remodeling of existing structures and the construction of new structures in a designated CRA would serve to encourage economic stability, maintain real property values, generate new employment opportunities, and constitutes a public purpose for which real property tax exemptions may be granted; and WHEREAS, Section 44.20(D) of the Revised Code of General Ordinances requires that any real property tax exemption shall conform to the requirements of the R.C.; and WHEREAS, It is necessary that this Ordinance take effect immediately upon its adoption in order to facilitate development in a timely manner and for the immediate preservation of the public peace, property, health and safety it is necessary that this ordinance take place at the earliest time possible; now, therefore, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DAYTON: 1. That Section 3 of Ordinance No. 30861-09 is hereby repealed and replaced with the following: Section 3. That all properties identified in Section 2 as being within the designated CRA are eligible for this incentive. This proposal is a public/private partnership intended to promote and expand conforming uses in the designated area. That owners of residential property located in the Downtown Dayton CRA that is eligible for a real property tax exemption ("residential tax exemption") shall file an application for such exemption with the Housing Officer no later than six (6) months after completing construction or remodeling. Mixed-use projects are defined as those containing both residential and commercial components. Both the residential and the commercial/industrial components of a mixed-use project may be eligible for tax exemption on a case-by-case basis, provided that the structures and/or remodeling are permitted by the Zoning Code. For a commercial or an industrial property, or the commercial or industrial portion of a mixed-use property, the owner of the property and the City must enter into a written agreement prior to the commencement of remodeling or construction, as required in R.C. Section 3735.671. All residential structures must comply with the City of Dayton Building Code Regulations and Zoning Code Regulations to be eligible for exemptions under this ordinance. The Housing Officer may deny the exemption if Building Code and/or Zoning Code violation(s) exist at a site prior to the request for exemptions and those identified Building Code and/or Zoning Code violation(s) will not be remedied by the proposed remodeling. The Housing Officer may revoke the residential tax exemption granted to a residential property in violation of a Building Code and/or Zoning Code Regulation where such violation(s) exists for a period in excess of six (6) months from the date of the notice of Code violation. Property owners granted and/or seeking a residential tax exemption pursuant to this Ordinance must keep all real estate taxes current. In the event real estate tax assessments are levied against a property granted a residential tax exemption pursuant to this Ordinance and such tax assessments remain delinquent for a period of more than twelve (12) months, the property owner must provide evidence to the Housing Officer that the Montgomery County Treasurer's Office has approved a payment arrangement to bring such tax assessments current. If real estate tax assessments on a property granted and/or seeking a residential tax exemption pursuant to this Ordinance are not current and the owner cannot provide evidence of a payment arrangement and/or the owner of the property defaults in making the payments under a payment arrangement with the Montgomery County Treasurer's Office, the Housing Officer may deny the application for residential tax exemption and/or revoke the residential tax exemption. 2. That Section 4 of Ordinance No. 30861-09 is hereby repealed and replaced with the following: Section 4. Within the CRA, the percentage of the tax exemption on the increase in the assessed valuation resulting from improvements to commercial and industrial real property and the term of those exemptions shall be negotiated on a case-by-case basis in advance of construction or remodeling occurring according to the rules outlined in R.C. Section 3765.67. The results of the negotiation as approved by this Council will be set in writing in a CRA Agreement as outlined in R.C. Section 3735.671. For residential property, a tax exemption on the increase in the assessed valuation resulting from the improvements as described in R.C. Section 3735.67 shall be granted upon application by the property owner and certification thereof by the designated Housing Officer for the periods authorized by this Ordinance. That after receipt of an application, the Housing Officer shall verify the construction and/or the remodeling of the residential property structure and the facts asserted in the application. If the construction and/or remodeling of the residential property structure satisfy the requirements of this Ordinance, the Housing Officer shall grant a residential tax exemption as permitted under R.C. Section 3735.67 and shall forward the application and certification stating the period and percentage of residential tax exemption to the Montgomery County Auditor. The residential tax exemption shall vary for each type of activity performed in the Downtown Dayton Community Reinvestment Area. The period and percentage of residential tax exemption in the Downtown Dayton Community Reinvestment Area shall be as follows: a. For the remodeling of every residential dwelling unit containing not more than two (2) units located within the CRA identified in Section 2 and upon which the cost of remodeling is at least Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000), as described in R.C. Section 3735.67, a ten (10) year residential tax exemption for one hundred percent (100%) of the amount by which the remodeling increased the assessed value of the property may be granted. b. For the remodeling of every residential dwelling containing more than two (2) units located within the CRA identified in Section 2 and upon which the cost of remodeling is at least Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000), as described in R.C. Section 3735.67, a ten (10) year residential tax exemption for one hundred percent (100%) of the amount by which the remodeling increased the assessed value of the property may be granted. c. For the construction of every residential dwelling located in the CRA identified in Section 2, as described in R.C. Section 3735.67, a fifteen (15) year residential tax exemption for one hundred percent (100%) of the assessed value of the residential structure may be granted. d. For the remodeling of existing commercial and industrial facilities located within the CRA identified in Section 2 and upon which the cost of remodeling is at least Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000), as described in R.C. Section 3735.67, a tax exemption up to, and including, fifteen years (15), and up to, and including, one hundred percent (100%), the term and percentage of which shall be negotiated on a case-by-case basis in advance of the remodeling occurring. e. For the construction of new commercial or industrial facilities located within the CRA identified in Section 2, a tax exemption up to, and including, fifteen years (15), and up to, and including, one hundred percent (100%), the term and percentage of which shall be negotiated on a case-by-case basis in advance of construction occurring. The residential tax exemptions granted pursuant to this Ordinance shall apply in the first year that the new construction or remodeling is taxable. In the event an owner receiving an exemption under this Ordinance transfers the property through a sale, the residential tax exemption will continue for the remainder of the original period specified and inure to the benefit of the subsequent owner. If at any time a property for which an exemption is granted under this Ordinance is not used solely for residential purposes, the Housing Officer shall revoke the residential tax exemption and the remaining period of residential tax exemption shall be forfeited. 3. That Section 5 of Ordinance No. 30861-09 is hereby repealed and replaced with the following: Section 5. All commercial and industrial projects are required to comply with the state application fee requirements of R.C. Section 3735.672(C) and the local annual monitoring fee of one percent of the amount of taxes exempted under the agreement, with a minimum application fee of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) up to a maximum application fee of Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500) annually, unless waived. 4. That Section 6 of Ordinance No. 30861-09 is hereby repealed and replaced with the following: Section 6. That the Housing Officer shall make annual inspections of the residential properties within the Downtown Dayton Community Reinvestment Area, which have been granted a residential tax exemption hereunder in accordance with R.C. Section 3735.67. If the Housing Officer finds that the property has not been properly maintained or repaired due to the neglect of the property owner, the Housing Officer may revoke the exemption at any time after the first year of the residential tax exemption. In the event the Housing Officer revokes the residential tax exemption as permitted hereunder, the Housing Officer shall notify the Montgomery County Auditor and the property owner that the tax exemption no longer applies, and shall provide a report of such revocation to the Tax Incentive Review Council. The report shall specify the findings as to the maintenance and/or repair of the property and the reason for revoking the residential tax exemption. 5. That Section 7 of Ordinance No. 30861-09 is hereby repealed and replaced with the following: Section 7. That pursuant to R.C. Section 3735.66, the City's Director of Planning and Community Development, is designated as the "Housing Officer" and shall be responsible for administering and implementing the provisions of this Ordinance and R.C. Sections 3537.65 to 3537.69. 6. That Section 8 of Ordinance No. 30861-09 is hereby repealed and replaced with the following: Section 8. That pursuant to R.C. Section 3735.69, the City's existing Tax Incentive Review Council shall function as the "housing council" for the Community Reinvestment Areas identified in Section 2. The Tax Incentive Review Council may authorize and/or request an annual inspection of the properties within the Community Reinvestment Areas identified in Section 2 for which a residential tax exemption has been granted pursuant to this Ordinance. The Tax Incentive Review Council shall also hear appeals under R.C. Section 3735.70. 7. That the City Manager is directed and authorized, within fifteen (15) days from the passage of this Ordinance, to petition the Director of Development for the State of Ohio to confirm the findings contained in this Ordinance. 8. That for the reasons set forth in the preamble, this Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law and upon confirmation by the Director of Development for the State of Ohio of the findings in this Ordinance. PASSED BY THE COMMISSION May 20, 2015 SIGNED BY THE MAYOR May 20, 2015 17213218 6-3,10/2015
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FINAL NOTICE OF NUISANCE VIOLATON Merlin Flinchpaugh 2088 Cardinal Avenue Fairfield, Ohio 45014 SUBJECT: VIOLATION NOTICE - OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 505.87 VIOLATION LOCATION: 2088 Cardinal Avenue Fairfield, Ohio 45014 Parcel Number: K4620-063-000-097 To All Parties of Interest: The Ross Township Board of Trustees has inspected the above referenced property for excess vegetation, garbage, refuse, and other debris on said property and has determined the property to contain a nuisance in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 505.87 under Township Resolution Number 2011-012. Ohio Revised Code Section 505.87 (B)(1) and/or House Bill 50 allows for the Township to abate, control, or remove excessive vegetation, garbage, refuse, and other debris. The Ross Township Board of Trustees has inspected the above referenced property for a junk motor vehicle on said property and has determined the property to contain a nuisance in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 505.871 under Township Resolution Number 2011-007. Ohio Revised Code Section 505.871 allows for the Township to remove junk motor vehicles from public or private land within the Township when the junk motor vehicle meets the criteria set forth in Ohio Revised Code Section 505.173. The original deadline to address these issues has passed without the proper remedy being affected. Please contact one of us immediately to discuss access to the property by the Township's contractor to bring the property under compliance. Your property will then be assessed for the cost of that work (plus administrative fee of 10% above the contractor cost). Failure to contact us by the end of business on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 will result in the Township's contractor performing the work under police escort at an additional cost to you. If there is some reason why you believe this work should not be done, we will be happy to discuss that with you when you call. Ross Township Trustees Thomas E. Willsey, Jr. Office: 863-2337 ext. 110 Other: 200-4322 Raymond J. Wurzelbacher Office: 863-2337 ext. 114 Other: 615-1365 Ellen Yordy Office: 863-2337 ext. 113 Other: 738-2543 17214332 6-3/2015
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LEGAL NOTICE PAPERS - Hillsboro Times Gazette, Wilmington News Journal, Springfield News Sun, Dayton Daily News, Cincinnati Enquirer, Richmond Palladium Item, Greenville Daily Advocate SYSTEMS: Southwest Ohio Publication- 6/3/2015 Time Warner Cable's agreements with programmers and broadcasters to carry their services and stations routinely expire from time to time. We are usually able to obtain renewals or extensions of such agreements, but in order to comply with applicable regulations, we must inform you when an agreement is about to expire. The following agreements are due to expire soon, and we may be required to cease carriage of one or more of these services or stations in the near future. Boomerang, Cartoon Network, Cartoon Network HD, Cinemax, Cinemax HD, Cinemax On Demand and all Cinemax suite of services, CNN, CNN HD, CNN Espanol, CNN International, HBO, HBO HD, HBO On Demand and all HBO suite of services, HLN, HLN HD, NBC Sports Network, NBC Sports Network HD, Outdoor Channel, Outdoor Channel HD, Quickvue, RFD, RFD HD, TBS, TBS HD, TCM, TCM HD, TNT, TNT HD, TruTV, TruTV HD, WKRP, WBNS, WTHR, You Too TV, Zap2It. From time to time, Time Warner Cable makes certain changes in the services that we offer. The following changes are planned: On or after June 23, Jewelry TV will be added to Variety Pass on Ch. 185. Digital cable ready equipment, such as a digital set-top box or CableCARD equipped Unidirectional Digital Cable Product, will be required to view Jewelry TV. Time Warner Cable may cease carriage of TWC Movie Pass On Demand on or around June 30. Please note that Disney Family Movies will still be available through Disney Family Movies On Demand on channel 509. On June 30 WXIX-DT3 Grit will be added in Starter TV on channel 999 in the Cincinnati area. On or after June 30, 2015 Foro TV will be added to TV en Espanol tier on channel 843. Digital cable ready equipment, such as a digital set-top box or CableCARD equipped Unidirectional Digital Cable Product, will be required to view Foro TV. Not all services available in all areas. For up-to-date listings of our packages and channels, visit our website at www.timewarnercable.com. 17211399 6-3/2015