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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE BOWLING GREEN MUNICIPAL COURT, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 12CVG01680 Judge Mark B. Reddin IN THE MATTER OF: Maurer Mobile Home Court, Inc. Plaintiff VS. Andrew Bumpus Defendant To the above defendant whose last know address is: 18330 Brim Road, Lot #212, Bowling Green, OH 43402; you are hereby notified that a civil complaint has been filed in the Bowling Green Municipal Court, 711 S. Dunbridge Rd., Bowling Green, OH 43402, listing you as the defendant. The object of the first cause of action of the complaint is for judgment of eviction. The object of the second cause of action of the complaint is for delinquent lot rent and late fees in the amount of $3,040.00, court costs, attorney fees, and any other remedy that the court determines is just and equitable. No person shall be evicted unless their right to possession has ended and no person shall be evicted in retaliation for the exercise of their lawful rights. You may request a trial by jury. You have the right to seek legal assistance. If you cannot afford a layer, you may contact your local legal aid or legal service office. If none is available, you may contact your local bar association. On Thursday, December 5, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. You are to appear in this court for trail, if you wish to defend the first cause of action. If you fail to appear and defend, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. You are here by summoned and required to answer the second cause of action on the complaint within twenty-eight (28) days after the last publication of this notice, which will be published once each week for six successive weeks. The last publication will be made on Nov. 27, 2013, and the twenty-eight (28) days for answer will commerce on that date. If you fail to appear and defend, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated: Oct. 18, 2013 KATHERINE E. THOMAS Clerk of Court Bowling Green Municipal Court Oct 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27, '13



PUBLICATION OF NOTICE REVISED CODE SEC. 2115.16 To all persons interested in the Estate of Betty L. Leady, Deceased, Wood County Probate Court, Case No. 20131369. The fiduciary in the estate has filed an inventory and appraisal of the trust. A hearing on the inventory and appraisal will be November 29, 2013, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. in the court. The court is located on the second floor in the Wood County Courthouse, One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green, Ohio. Any person desiring to file exceptions to said inventory must file them at least five days prior to the day set for hearing. DAVID E. WOESSNER, Probate Judge/Clerk By: Sue Peery, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Nov. 6, 13, '13



PUBLICATION OF NOTICE REVISED CODE SEC. 2115.16 To all persons interested in the Estate of Charles N. Blakeman, Deceased, Wood County Probate Court, Case No. 20131429. The fiduciary in the estate has filed an inventory without appraisal of the trust. A hearing on the inventory without appraisal will be December 4, 2013, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. in the court. The court is located on the second floor in the Wood County Courthouse, One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green, Ohio. Any person desiring to file exceptions to said inventory must file them at least five days prior to the day set for hearing. DAVID E. WOESSNER, Probate Judge/Clerk By: Sue Peery, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Nov. 13, 20, '13



PUBLICATION OF NOTICE REVISED CODE SEC. 2115.16 To all persons interested in the Estate of Joshua K. LaRoe, Deceased, Wood County Probate Court, Case No. 20131293. The fiduciary in the estate has filed an inventory without appraisal of the trust. A hearing on the inventory without appraisal will be November 28, 2013, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. in the court. The court is located on the second floor in the Wood County Courthouse, One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green, Ohio. Any person desiring to file exceptions to said inventory must file them at least five days prior to the day set for hearing. DAVID E. WOESSNER, Probate Judge/Clerk By: Sue Peery, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Nov. 6, 13, '13



PUBLICATION OF NOTICE REVISED CODE SEC. 2115.16 To all persons interested in the Estate of Martha J. Lahey, Deceased, Wood County Probate Court, Case No. 20131352. The fiduciary in the estate has filed an inventory and appraisal of the trust. A hearing on the inventory and appraisal will be December 6, 2013, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. in the court. The court is located on the second floor in the Wood County Courthouse, One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green, Ohio. Any person desiring to file exceptions to said inventory must file them at least five days prior to the day set for hearing. DAVID E. WOESSNER, Probate Judge/Clerk By: Sue Peery, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Nov. 13, 20, '13



ORDINANCE NO. 8280 Passed Nov. 4, 2013 ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH THE BOWLING GREEN CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU FOR THE PROMOTION AND PUBLICIZING OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, OHIO TO BRING THE PATRONAGE AND BUSINESS OF CULTURAL EDUCATIONAL, RELIGIOUS, PROFESSIONAL AND SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS INTO THE CITY FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CITIZENS OF THE CITY AND THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY THEREOF, AND AUTHORIZING THE PAYMENT OF 60% OF THE REVENUE GENERATED BY THE HOTEL-MOTEL TAX FOR SAID PURPOSE WHEREAS, the Council of the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, on the 19th day of May, 1980, adopted Ordinance No. 3606 whereby the City imposed a transient occupancy (hotel-motel) tax, and WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, and the citizens thereof that the Bowling Green Convention & Visitors Bureau promote and publicize the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, for the purpose of bringing the patronage and business of various organizations into the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, for the benefit of the citizens thereof, and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, deems it advisable to use the equivalent of 60% of the revenues generated from the transient occupancy (hotel-motel) tax for said purpose. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, OHIO: SECTION 1: That it is necessary to contract for professional services for the purpose of bringing the patronage and business of various organizations into the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, for the benefit of the citizens thereof. SECTION 2: That the Municipal Administrator is hereby authorized and directed in enter into a contract with the Bowling Green Convention & Visitors Bureau, a copy of which is attached hereto and made a part thereof, for the purposes of retaining the services of the Bowling Green Convention & Visitors Bureau for the promotion and publicizing of the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, for the further purpose of bringing the patronage and business of cultural, educational, religious, professional and sports organizations into the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, for the benefit of the citizens of the City of Bowling Green, Ohio and the business community thereof. SECTION 3: This ordinance shall take effect at the earliest time permitted by law. Passed: November 4, 2013 John Zanfardino, President of Council Attest: Kay D. Scherreik, Clerk of Council Approved: November 5, 2013 Richard A. Edwards, Mayor Michael J. Marsh, City Attorney Nov. 13, '13



ORDINANCE NO. 8282 Passed Nov. 4, 2013 ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATOR TO ACCEPT AN EASEMENT FROM ALAN KRAMER AND MARY ELLEN PRATT FOR PLACEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF A SIGN AND RELATED PLANTINGS AND DECORATIONS BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO: SECTION 1: That the Municipal Administrator is hereby authorized to accept an easement from Alan Kramer and Mary Ellen Pratt, in substantial accordance with the easement attached hereto and made a part hereof, for a permanent and perpetual easement for placement and maintenance of a sign and related materials and plantings and decorations. SECTION 2: This ordinance shall take effect at the earliest time permitted by law. Passed: November 4, 2013 John Zanfardino, President of Council Attest: Kay D. Scherreik, Clerk of Council Approved: November 5, 2013 Richard A. Edwards, Mayor Michael J. Marsh, City Attorney Nov. 13, '13



ORDINANCE NO. 8283 Passed Nov. 4, 2013 ORDINANCE AMENDING AND ADOPTING SECTIONS 75.09 (D), 75.07(A)(1) & (A)(2) AND 75.07(B) OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, OHIO REGARDING BICYCLES BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF WOOD, STATE OF OHIO: SECTION 1: That Section 75.09(D) of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, is hereby rescinded. Remaining portions of Section 75.09 remain unchanged. SECTION 2: That Section 75.07(A) and (B) are hereby amended to read as follows: SECTION 75.07 Lights and Reflector on Bicycle; Brakes. (A) No person shall operate or move a bicycle upon a roadway or sidewalk under the conditions specified in Section 74.03, unless it is equipped with the following: (1)A lamp mounted on the front of either the bicycle or the operator that shall emit a white light visible from a distance or at least five hundred feet to the front and three hundred feet to the sides. A generator-powered lamp that emits light only when the bicycle is moving may be used to meet this requirement. (2)A red reflector on the rear that shall be visible from all distances from one hundred feet to six hundred feet to the rear when directly in front of lawful lower beams of head lamps on a motor vehicle; (B) Bicycles shall be equipped with brakes which stop a bike moving at 10 miles per hour within 15 feet on level, clean, dry pavement. Remaining portions of Section 75.07 remain unchanged. SECTION 3: This ordinance shall take effect at the earliest time permitted by law. Passed: November 4, 2013 John Zanfardino, President of Council Attest: Kay D. Scherreik, Clerk of Council Approved: November 5, 2013 Richard A. Edwards, Mayor Michael J. Marsh, City Attorney Nov. 13, '13



ORDINANCE NO. 8284 Passed Nov. 4, 2013 ORDINANCE DEDICATING THE WESTERN MOST TWENTY (20) FEET OF THE CITY OWNED PROPERTY RECENTLY ACQUIRED FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE BOWLING GREEN AREA SCHOOLS, AND LEGALLY KNOWN AS LOT NUMBER 326, LESS THE NORTH 30 FEET THEREOF, FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY PURPOSES AS AN ALLEY AND FOR UTILITY CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE PURPOSES BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO: SECTION 1: That the western most 20 feet of the City-owned property recently acquired from the Board of Education of the Bowling Green Area Schools, and legally known as Lot Number 326, less the north 30 feet thereof, is hereby dedicated for right-of-way purposes as an alley and for utility construction and maintenance purposes, and for the purposes of allowing egress and ingress to neighboring properties and for traversing north and south between Ridge Street and East Evers Street in the City of Bowling Green, Ohio. SECTION 2: This ordinance shall take effect at the earliest tie permitted by law. Passed: November 4, 2013 John Zanfardino, President of Council Attest: Kay D. Scherreik, Clerk of Council Approved: November 5, 2013 Richard A. Edwards, Mayor Michael J. Marsh, City Attorney Nov. 13, '13



ORDINANCE NO. 8285 Passed Nov. 4, 2013 ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE UTILITIES DIRECTOR TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH AMP, INC. FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE EFFICIENCY SMART PROGRAM (FORMERLY KNOWN AS EFFICIENCY SMART POWER PLANT PROGRAM) NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF WOOD, STATE OF OHIO: SECTION 1: That the Utilities Director is hereby authorized to execute an agreement with AMP, Inc., for participation in the Efficiency Smart Program (formerly known as Efficiency Smart Power Plant Program), in substantial accordance with the terms and conditions described in the exhibits attached hereto and made a part hereof. SECTION 2: This ordinance shall take effect at the earliest time permitted by law. Passed: November 4, 2013 John Zanfardino, President of Council Attest: Kay D. Scherreik, Clerk of Council Approved: November 5, 2013 Richard A. Edwards, Mayor Michael J. Marsh, City Attorney Nov. 13, '13



RESOLUTION NO. 3551 Passed Nov. 4, 2013 RESOLUTION ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN FOR THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN WHEREAS, the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, receives annual funding under the Community Development Block Grant: Entitlement Program from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and WHEREAS, each jurisdiction receiving said grant funds must adopt a citizen participation plan that sets forth the jurisdiction's policies and procedures for citizen participation. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, OHIO: SECTION 1: The City of Bowling Green adopts amendments to the foregoing Community Development Block Grant Citizen Participation Plan. SECTION 2: The plan, as adopted, better clarifies existing language, and will remain in effect until such time it is determined that further amendments should be made. SECTION 3: Any amendments to said plan will be made on an as-needed basis. SECTION 4: The adopted plan will be considered public and available for citizen review, upon request, in the Grants Administration Office. SECTION 5: This resolution shall take effect at the earliest time permitted by law. Passed: November 4, 2013 John Zanfardino, President of Council Attest: Kay D. Scherreik, Clerk of Council Approved: November 5, 2013 Richard A. Edwards, Mayor Michael J. Marsh, City Attorney Nov. 13, '13



RESOLUTION NO. 3552 Passed Nov. 4, 2013 RESOLUTION ADOPTING AND AUTHORIZING AN AMENDED B.G. TRANSIT DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING POLICY WHEREAS, the City of Bowling Green receives state and federal funding annually from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to provide public transportation to citizens; and WHEREAS, a Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy is required for transit systems funded by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA); and WHEREAS, an amended B.G. Transit Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy was last adopted by Council on October 15, 2012; WHEREAS, turnover in the transit system's staff have brought about a change in who is now serving as the B.G. Transit's Drug and Alcohol Program Manager (DAPM); and WHEREAS, the amendments to the B.G. Transit Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy are to Attachment A and now reflect that Scott Potter is the B.G. Transit's DAPM; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, OHIO: SECTION 1: Following the need to recently name a new B.G. Transit DAPM, the Council does hereby approve the proposed amendments to the B.G. Transit Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy. SECTION 2: It is hereby found and determined that all formal actions of this Council concerning and relating to the passage of this resolution were adopted in an open meeting of the Council, and that all deliberations of this Council and any of its committees that resulted in such formal actions were in meetings open to the public in compliance with all legal requirements. SECTION 3: This resolution shall take effect at the earliest time permitted by law. Passed: November 4, 2013 John Zanfardino, President of Council Attest: Kay D. Scherreik, Clerk of Council Approved: November 5, 2013 Richard A. Edwards, Mayor Michael J. Marsh, City Attorney Nov. 13, '13



REGULATIONS ESTABLISHING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR PARKING RESTRICTIONS DURING SNOW EMERGENCIES SECTION 1. PURPOSE A. The purposes of this regulation are to: 1. Protect the welfare and safety of the general public by eliminating or minimizing the dangerous effects of snow, ice, or sleet accumulation on City streets and other public ways; 2. Minimize traffic congestion caused by the accumulation of snow, ice, or sleet on City streets, and facilitate the movement of vehicular traffic when snow, ice, or sleet conditions develop or appear likely to develop; 3. Provide for the rapid clearing of City streets and other public ways during conditions of snow, ice, or sleet accumulation, and to ensure the unimpeded operation of snow removal equipment and emergency vehicles along City streets or other public ways during snow, ice, or sleet conditions; 4. Prohibit motor vehicles from standing or parking or remaining parked or standing on certain City streets and other public ways during weather conditions in which snow, ice, or sleet may accumulate or have accumulated. SECTION 2. AUTHORITY A. This regulation is prepared, published, and enforced under the authority contained in Section 30.71 of the City's Codified Ordinances. SECTION 3. APPLICABILITY A. This regulation applies to all owners and operators of motor vehicles within the corporation limits of the City of Bowling Green, Ohio. SECTION 4. POLICY AND PROCEDURE A. When in the judgment of the Mayor, Safety Director, or their duly appointed designee, hazardous conditions caused by the accumulation or potential accumulation of snow, ice, or sleet on City roads or other public ways have developed or appear likely to develop, the Mayor, the Safety Director, or their duly appointed designee may at their discretion declare a snow emergency. B. Whenever a snow emergency is declared, the Mayor, Safety Director, or their duly appointed designee shall, as soon as possible thereafter, furnish a copy of such declaration to the local news media and the police duty dispatcher. C. A snow emergency shall become automatic without a formal declaration of such emergency whenever the accumulation reaches a depth of two inches and prospects exist for additional accumulation. D. A snow emergency shall continue until a termination announcement is made by the Mayor, Safety Director, or their duly appointed designee. A termination announcement may include any, some, or all of the streets or other public ways, or segments thereof, identified in the original declaration or automatically included under Paragraph 5A of this regulation. E. The streets, public ways, or segments thereof identified in Paragraph 5A below are hereby designated as snow streets. After a snow emergency has been formally declared or has automatically developed under the provisions of Paragraph 4C above, no person shall, during the period of and upon expiration of the grace periods set forth in Paragraphs 4G and 4H below, park or cause or permit to remain parked or standing any motor vehicle on any snow street. F. If street or weather conditions warrant, in the judgment of the Mayor, Safety Director, or their duly appointed designee, snow streets in addition to those identified in Paragraph 5A below may be designated in the formal declaration of emergency. Under such conditions, every attempt shall be made to post temporary “no parking” or “snow street” signs. G. If a snow emergency is formally declared or automatically becomes effective between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., the owner or operator of any motor vehicle parked on any snow street shall remove such vehicle within two (2) hours following the effective time of the emergency. The effective time of a snow emergency shall be stated in the formal declaration, or, if a snow emergency becomes automatically effective under Paragraph 4C above, the effective time will be transmitted by the Mayor, Safety Director, or their duly appointed designee to the news media and the police duty dispatcher. H. If a snow emergency is formally declared or automatically becomes effective between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., the owner or operator of any motor vehicle parked on any snow street must remove same by 9:00 a.m. following. I. Although the City of Bowling Green will make every effort to inform the public of the existence or probable development of weather conditions requiring removal of parked or standing motor vehicles from snow streets, the owners or operators of motor vehicles shall have full responsibility to determine probable or existing weather conditions and to remove parked or standing motor vehicles as required by this regulation. J. Nothing in this regulation shall permit any vehicle to stand or be parked in violation of any other standing or parking restriction previously or subsequently established by ordinance or erection of signs. K. Any motor vehicle found standing or parked on a snow street during a snow emergency shall, after elapse of time stipulated in Paragraphs 4G and 4H above, be in violation of this regulation, and the Mayor, Safety Director, Public Works Director, and their duly appointed designees, or any uniformed officer of the City Police Division, are empowered to forthwith remove or cause to be removed such vehicle for impoundment. Any costs incurred in such impoundment shall be paid by the owner or operator of such vehicle directly to the person, firm, or governmental unit towing and/or storing such vehicle, such costs to be in addition to any fines or penalties which may be imposed upon the owner or operator of such vehicle under Section 70.33 of the City's Codified Ordinances. L. Records pertaining to the impoundment of any vehicles under this regulation shall be maintained by the City Police Division. Such records shall include, but are not necessarily limited to, the date and time of impoundment, location removed from, description and license number of vehicle, towing agency, and location removed to. No vehicle impounded under this regulation shall be released until the owner or operator has made satisfactory arrangements with the appropriate parties concerned. SECTION 5. DESIGNATED SNOW STREETS A. The following streets, public ways, or segments thereof, as indicated in the description below, are designated “snow streets” and parking or standing of motor vehicles are prohibited thereon during snow emergencies as set forth in the foregoing paragraphs: NORTH-SOUTH STREETS Buttonwood Avenue - West Wooster Street to Sand Ridge Road Church Street – Sand Ridge Road to Clay Street Enterprise Street – Poe Road to Palmer Avenue Grove Street – Poe Road to Sand Ridge Road Lafayette Boulevard – Entire Length Larchwood Drive – Entire Length Maple Street – Conneaut Avenue to Sand Ridge Road Martindale Road – Wooster Street to Melrose Street Mercer Road – Scott Hamilton to south terminus Prospect Street – Napoleon Road to East Poe Road Summit Street – Poe Road to Napoleon Road Stonegate Boulevard – West Wooster Street to Sheffield Drive Tamarac Lane – Entire length Wintergarden Road – Conneaut to Poe Road EAST-WEST STREETS Clay Street – North Main Street to North Grove Street Clough Street – South Main Street to eastern terminus in Stadium View Apartment Complex Conneaut Avenue – North Grove Street to Mitchell Road Court Street – North Grove Street to Thurstin Avenue Fourth Street – South College to eastern terminus Lehman Avenue – Entire Length East Merry Avenue – Thurstin Avenue to North College Drive Scott Hamilton – Bentwood to Campbell Hill Road Sheffield Drive – West end to Wintergarden Road Wallace Avenue – North Grove Street to Haskins Road West Wooster Street – Church Street to Western corporation limits. Wren Road – Entire Length CUL-DE-SACS AT THE ENDS OF THE FOLLOWING: Alberta Circle, Arlington Court, Boone Court, Brownwood Court, Brownwood Drive, Carol Road, Charles Street, Cherry Hill Drive, Clark Street, Clearwater Circle, Cobblestone Lane, Country Club Drive, Dakota Court, Devonshire Street, Dogwood Court, Erie Court, Ferndale Avenue, Hamilton Court, Hickory Court, Hunter Court, Jacqueline Place, John Court, Keil Court, Lelanford Circle, Madison Court, Manitoba Drive, Melrose Court, Monroe Court, Oakwood Court, Partridge Lane, Peachtree Court, Picardie Court, Ranch Court, Reeves Court, Robin Court, Rosewood Court, Saint Annes Court, Sawgrass Court, Short Circle, Sunrise Drive, Timber Ridge Drive, Touraine Avenue, Tree Top Place, Turnberry Court, Vale Court, Valleyview Drive, Van Buren Court, Victory Lane, Warbler Court. SECTION 6. A. This regulation became effective on December 13, 1978, and was amended on November 3, 1980, October 8, 1982, October 29, 1984, November 10, 1987, September 10, 1992, October 11, 1996, October 16, 1997, October 26, 1998, October 12, 1999, October 24, 2000, October 29, 2001, October 24, 2002, November 5, 2003, October, 26, 2004, October 24, 2006, October 29, 2007, October 17, 2008, October 15, 2010. John S. Fawcett Safety Director Nov. 6, 13, '13



PUBLICATION OF NOTICE REVISED CODE SEC. 2115.16 To all persons interested in the Estate of Richard R. Tippett, Deceased, Wood County Probate Court, Case No. 20131364. The fiduciary in the estate has filed an inventory and appraisal of the trust. A hearing on the inventory and appraisal will be November 29, 2013, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. in the court. The court is located on the second floor in the Wood County Courthouse, One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green, Ohio. Any person desiring to file exceptions to said inventory must file them at least five days prior to the day set for hearing. DAVID E. WOESSNER, Probate Judge/Clerk By: Sue Peery, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Nov. 13, 20, '13



 

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