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Page 8 GRBELEY TRIBUNE Sat., May 16, 1970 Liberal Romanians Are Still Orthodox in Marxist Ideals By HANNS NEUERBOURG Associated Press Writer BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) -- Growth of onion production can make a banner headline in a Bucharest newspaper thase days. Scattered shortages of pork and even of garlic, the favorite national spice, are topics of conversation. Communist Romania. which challenged Soviet supermacists aF'er the 1908 invasion of Czechoslovakia and gave a rousing|}' 0 "th e "Romanian army. He tern- one observer said. Occasional gestures of Romanian defiance never directly name Russia. The regime's survival formula has more subtle ingredients. One is continued and virtually complete party control of all facets of Romanian life, extending from politics to pop music. The other is observation of a discreet balance. Ceausescu recently stressed that no outsider can give orders \velcome to President Nixon last yt'.-ir. has resumed a backstage position in the international scenery. People here seem grow- Sneiy confident things will stay flia! way. ·Soviet pressure, both political and economic, appears widely accepted as a permanent fact of Yugoslavia. other Warsaw Pact allies. In aithe principles of Marxism-Len one-two punch, he immediately inism is concerned, you ma added that Romania wants to call us orthodox," an influenlia pered this soon with a new itarian message--in which the police-ordered re-enactment of a drunken brawl ends in violent death--was released a few months ago, almost three years after it was completed. It drew capacity audiences. Possibly a bit of relaxation has been ordered to offset some some of the discontent inevitably caused by the continued shorl supply of consumer goods anc recent acute shortages in meal and other foodstuffs. But there little indicaiton of a rea' domestic liberalization. pledge of stepped-up links with! "As far as strict adherence to increase cooperation "with all Socialist countries." That includes China and nonaligned life and a price that has to be paid for the independent foreign policy road chosen by the president and party chief, Nicolae Ceausescu. Public fear of armed Soviet intervention^ acute after Russian tanks V editor mused. "If the Russians criticize our foreign policy there is certainly little they could find fault with'in our domestic poll crushed the "Prague spring", has largely faded. The recent mammoth maneuvers in the Soviet Union caused little concern. Pressure "Pressure is here to stay." said a well informed Romanian. "You get used to it. Whenever Ceausescu does something you can be sure t h a t the Soviet am- Moscow Trip A trip lo Moscow by the foreign trade minister. Cornel Bur- tica, was soon followed by to Bonn and one to Peking. An party publication has re- criticism of Romanian 0111)1011 TUB 1J1STH1UT No. 2 0 2 4 6 of Colorado contacts with the West, but the central Communist daily calls for vigilance against Western espionage. Some Western residents of Romania assert that domestic controls recently have been increased. "I know I am being constantly watched ) ss. Vx"TH15°MATT l BU OF THE) M K T K K M I X A T I O X O F I N - ) T K H K S T S I X PUOl'ERTY) OF C - H A I I M E H. ZANDERS.) Also k n o w n as C. I I . L.MI-J lers and Charles H. I-.an-) lei s. Deceased. ' . Now comes on before tn ·rnirL MIC I ' e i i t i o n of Sharon Ka; P a t r i c k for d e t e r m t i m t i o n o li'pir^hii) bv special proceeding: '·i t h e -Lljove e n t i t l e d matter, a n i IK Court b e l n p s u f f i c i e n t l y ad O t t D E K t h a t the Cler vis* room is wired," one said. ''This! puts still a full-fledged police state." Other Wesetrners find no evidence of any lightening, and Romanian intellectuals contend there is even more lee- bassador will call on him the I next day for what is later dels scribed as a 'sincere discussion.' Sincere pressure, that's what it is. But what can we do about if" [some ' \ V e s l e r n analysts here are . way recently although the party in accftrdance in such ease : w i t h th narie an JT t h a t IS F U R T H E R .notice shall be p u b l i s n e , , , , , , v w*jek for f o u r successlv weeks in the Greeley T r i b u n e an Id C o u n t y Republican, agreed there is no rationale for the Russians to spring spectacular action against the Ceausescu regime. Unlike Czechoslovakia. has spoken up against "hyper- esthetic snobs" among writers who forget to tell a Socialist Romania has no window to thei messa S e - l- THE COURT: I I n c h H. A r n o l d D i s t r i c t .ludKe Tho f i r e i ' l e y Daily T r i b u n e .May 10. 23, 30, .lune C, 1970. We?!. It has long borders with (he Soviet Union and with Bulgaria, a close ally of Moscow. The principles of Romanian foreign policy, rejecting the Kremlin doctrine that sovereignty of a Communist state is limited by gic position, diplomatic sources believe. "To the Russians, Romania is a nuisance but not. a danger.' 1 "I think that right now ( H a i r ' j ~ TII1 , C , TV O F GUBKMSY, is about the only Western piece ·v\cr l \o A " 0 i»ro ive could not present on Bucha- AX U I ORDINAXCF,* "AMENDING -· - - - A ' *· - - - '" ORDIN'ANCKS Us international obligations, are few candid exposures of corrup- Tl ',°^, R £ I ;' u K not posing a serious threat to lion involving high-ranking gov- Kl .-; n - O U D A I N K D Moscow's ideological and stralc- ernment officials. I'oi oR^uxr 0 "' Capacity Audiences These hardly would have been published a few years ago. A movie with a veiled anti author- ;; s - (0 ,Yo\v° s 'l Ei-iMIl O r d i n a n c e is hereby 1 - l i O I I KXVIRON.MKS't'Ab BV Tiii 1 : GREBL.EV, 1 That the Corte of f Greeley. Colorado, .mended " by a d d l n p be iHiinbereri 2-S1 and said sections read State Panel Postpones Sewer OK for Front Range Project DENVER (API - The Colorado Water Pollution Control Commission has postoned authorization of a sewer plant site for the S300 million Front Range development north of Denver near Broomfield. The panel voted to first discuss the plan with the Denver dustrial park, housing, country club and commercial needs over the 28,000 airc development. It would merit having a plant j located closer . lo the South; Platte River, and it was sug-j gesled a new metro sewage system might be considered to ARTICLE XVI "-S1. "There IH hereby established a d e p a r t m e n t of S a n i - t a t i o n a n d E n v i r o n m e n t a l Cont r o l the. d i r e c t o r of w h i c h shall be t h e C i t y M a n a g e r , or an :ip- n n h m p o f ' i l i e c i t y Manager." .Sec "-S2 "The Director shall be r e s p o n s i b l e for the inspect i o n n t s a n i t a t i o n f a c i l i t i e s , KarhaB'c, r u b b i s h , mid r e f u s e col- i e i - i K U I a n d disposal, w a t e r poll n t i n n air p o l l u t i o n , and all o t h e r p o l l u t a n t s related to the ecolury f tht* City." Secti'on *.!. T h a t t h i s O r d i n a n c e s h a l l t a k e e f f e c t f i v e days a f t e r i t s f i n a l p u b l i c a t i o n , a s p r o v i d e d by Section 3-10 of the Greeley b a n NOTICM To AH Persons I n t e r e s t e d In t'uter Applications i n W a t e r l ) i - islon No. 1: P u r s u a n t to C.lt.S. IS-21-18, as a m e n d e d Feb. 3, you are n o t i f i e d t h a t t h w f l u K Is a resume of appllea- filed In the o f f i c e of tlie ·ater cleric d u r i n g t h e m o n t h of \prll, 1U7U: V-C2: K e i n y X l t n b e l t m i n , R o u t e 1, Box 75, W e l l i n g t o n . Colo.; I.S cfs via, well located In N fc of SI1 T9 R(i9 In 1-iiirlmer C o u n t y ; a p p r o p r i a t e d 4 / 1 / 7 0 ; for i r r i g a t i o n . · 6 4 : BriRlit A. Hoshlko. 110S S. Sheridan, Taconia. W a s h i n g t o n ; 1.333 cfs via well located near west line and approximately In m i d d l e of N W of S22 TT.N K 6 4 W ii Weld C o u n t y ; a p p r o p r i a t e d I'll 3l; for I r r i g a t i o n oi · 6r: Cily ot L o n p m o n t , City Hall, 'Loii|?mont, Colo.; average a n n u a l yield of acre f e e t in b u n K m o n t W e l l System in St. Vrain Creek U a s i n in Boulder and We 10 Counties, consisting of 22 wells, located as follows V v e t l M No. 1. '2. :t, -1, 10, n ,t 12 I n Sections 20, 21. HP * 3t! of TUX R70W; Well* Xo. r, 6. 7. S t !' in Sections '.). Hi U7 or T3N RtiWW Wells Xo. 13. 14, 15 it Ifi ii Spctions :i, iu. ao x :o 01 TL'N R(!t\V; W e l l s Xo. 17 IS 2't in Sections 1, fi ' of T 2 X R O S W and Wells Nn l i ) , 20 21 Iu Sections 10 I S 21 of T3N RiiTW. Appropriated by survey 4/1/6!' For m u n i c i p a l . I n d u s t r i a l i r r i g a t i o n and domestic pur poses. E s t i m a t e d cost: 512, ooo.od. \V-6«: C i t y of L o n g i n o n t , Cit M a l l , L o n g m o n t , Colo.: 81,· !K»2.74 acre f e e t in C o f f i n t o j Reservoir. I n i t i a l point ( s u r v e y of h i p i i w a t e r l i n e 1 cated at a p o i n t wlieuce tt SK corner of Si*4 T-1X H71\\ hears S20M5'\V 1100 feel Sources oC s u p p l y are Soutl St. Vrain Creek. J l i d d l e St V r a i n Creek and all othe creeks t r i b u t a r y t o the Eoutl St. V r a i n Creek. Appropri ateri by survey 7/21/119; foi i r r i g a t i o n a n d a l l n i u n i c i p a uses. I-:stimated Cost: $13, 000,000.00. \V-07: City of L o n g i n n n t , C i t v H a l l . J j O i i R i n o n t , Colo.; 17, 4!'7.0Jl acre feet in Oter Can yon Reservoir. I n i t i a l point o s u r v e y of h i f f h w a t e r l i n e lo filled at a p o i n t whenc.' tin- NW corner of SU '!"_': U 7 1 W hears N 2 3 " a D ' W 500 f e e t . Sources of supply sir. l . e f t l i a n d Creek, J a in e Ci-pck, bit tie James Creel a n d a l l o t h e r w a t e r s t r i h u t a r y to these creeks. A p p r o p r i a t e d by s u r v e y 7/21/60 for i r r i g a t i o n and nil m u n i c i p n l uses. Estimated cor,t ?7,000,000.00. W-6S: C i t y of Longrmont, C i t y Hall. l x n K - m o n t , Colo.; c o n - t i i t i o i i a l decree A r r a n t ing: p r i o r i t y t o use of 13,225,7CO acre feet in the U i i d e r R r o u n d J t p s e r v o i r in t h e Lower S o u t h P l a t t e R i v e r Basin as of .May 17, 1M«5. suitject to prior claims, a n d for a plan of a u g m e n t a t i o n providing for o p t l n i u n i usy of f r r o u n d w a t e r . Said n q u i f e r e x t e n d s f r o m P l a t t e v U l e . Colo, to Mie Colorn d o - N e b r a s k a s t a t e l i n e : i n i t i a l p o i n t o f survey Of t h e y.er/i p o i n t of t h e h i j r h w a t e r l i n e of the reser- v o i r is located at the S\V corner of S:1 T4X Rti!"\V. Xo dam i.s r e q u i r e d but the d e p t h of said a q u i f e r v a r i e s f r o m 0 to 240 feet. It Is Intended t h a t u n d e r g r o u n d w a t e r w e l l s will be I n t u i t e d w i i h in said Underground Reservoir. Snuroe of s u p p l y IH the natura.1 r u n o f f f r o m t h e d r a i n i - j r e area above ami i n c l u d i n g ' sn id u n d c r K r o t i n u a q u i f e r , n a t u r a l p n i l p i t a - t l n n , Niirl'acQ d r a i n a f i e , re- c h a r g e f r o m floods. I r r i g a - t i o n r e t u r n f l o w s , a s \v«-ll a s r e t u r n f l o w f r o m t r a n s n i o u n - t a i n d i v e r s i o n f r o m Colorado R i v e r a n d South Platte/ R a s In u n d e r e x i s t i n g or propo ed projects. To be used fo a l l i i i u n i c i p . i l nerds a n d w i t h " J i c l l n i i K r purposes. Ei fd c o s t : jr.,000,000.00. V - l i U : H o n s e v e l t N a t i o n a l Forest, T.S.n.A., Roolty M o u n - t a i n H a n k B u i l d i n g , Fort Colo.; 0.010 cfs f ou are turliter n o t i f i e d t h a t im have u n t i l tlie last day of HMO, 11*70. to f i l e w i t h the w a t e r l e r k a v*-i IfleU fltaienu'iit of x l t i o n t o a n y such appllca- s, if yon iiejdro to oppose ... u n c h a p p l i c a t i o n s . Joy \V. Alilborn. dork, Water Court Dl- iwlon I, J'.o. Hox 789, Oreeley, 'ulorado S O C a i . he Cirecli\v Dally T r i b u n e l a y I B , 1JI70 -: OK \IU CHIPS. IXC. (iret'lry. Culurnilu XOT1CM IS H K R E B V GIVEN hat Spud Chips, Incorporated. iJG2C Sth Avenue, Greeley, Colo- ·ado, calls for redemption oi J u n e 1, 1970, the f o l l o w i n g de scribed" Debentures: (!°:, S i n k i n g Fund Debentures Due J u n e 1, 1H77 N u n i l i e r e d 1C, 34. 40. 46, 60, 15. 31. fid Debentures will be redeemed In the principal a m o u n t of $1.000.00 I n t e r e s t to .Tune 1, 1370 In the a m o u n t of $30.00 on each ?1 UOO 00 Debenture, will be paid, together with the p r i n c i p a l thereof. The holders of the above described d e b e n t u r e s are hereby l o t l f i e d that the stime. w i t h jollpons m a t u r i n g on and a f t e r J u n e 1. 11*70 attached, should be iresented for payment on J u n e I, 1970 at the Trust Department, , -Mrst N a t i o n a l Bank. 1025 Avenue, (ireeley. Colorado. 9th e , . . Any of said described debentures" not so presented for pay- m e n t on J u n e 1, 1970. anal cease to bear interest on and al- for Biiiil l«tc. PUD CHIPS, The Greelev -- ..... "' May 2. 1C. 1971). INCORPORATED W. D. Maxfield Vice President Daily Tribune. IVOTICK TO CHBDITOHS thr l)l«trlu* Court in nnil for the County ..f Weld find ·Stnlr of Cwlnrliilci No P-11G71 KSTATE OF KATHER1NE M C5I l-;HICK. Deceased. All persons h a v i n g ciaimf iirainst tlio above-named estate L ri required to flls them for illmvance in the District Cour of Weld C o u n t y , Colorado, on o before the 9th day of Noyem lcr. 1970, or said c l a i m s shall b forever barred. Herbert N. Giestok - Special Administrator T h e Greeley Daily T r i b u n e M a v IB. n, 30. J u n e 6, 1970 .NOTICE S TUB DISTRICT COURT Xo. 20^46 S t a t e of Colorado ) ) ss. C o u n t v of Weld ) I X TriE M A T T K R OF T H K ) U K T K H M I N A ' P i O N OF I X - ) TKHESTS IN PROPERTY) OF C H A R L I E H. L A N D E R S , ) also k n o w n as C. H. Lan-) ders and Charles H. J.an-) dcrs. Deceased. ) T H K PKOl'bLO OF THE Sl f AT '-F COLORAPO: ['0 Linnio Mae Lnnders. Iris j i t t l e , Dorothy Netzer, Raymond j n n d c r a , Sharon Kay Kstric.k, to 11 o t h e r persons who are or hilm to be holrs of said decedent ami to all persons Interested, TAKE'N'OTICI? Mint a petition is been f i l e d In t h i s cause I C K I I I K - t h a t t h e above decedent lied l e a v i n g t h o f o l l o w i n g if- cribed property: J^ot .Six ( 6 ) , except the West f»3.'j f e e t t h e r e o f I n Block T w e n t y ( 2 0 , I n t h e C i t y o f C.reeley, C u u n t y of Weld, Colorado T h a t t h e p e t i t i o n names t h e hove persons na the heirs of i e c e d e n t a n d t h e presmt o w n e r w f the said property. V i m arc n o t i f i e d to answer wrilil p e t i t i o n wit hi a "0 days f t c r service of this n o t i c e cm ou or w i t h i n 20 diiys n f t e r the ast p u b l i c a t i o n of t h i s notice, uid in d e f a u l t of an answer the :ourt w i l l proceed to hear the n a t t e r as p r o v i d e d by law. D a t e d a t M r e e l e y , Colorado, his 12th day of M a y , A.O. 1970. M a r y M . C o u n c i l Clerk of .said C o u r t By O l e n n a Carter D e p u t y (SEAL) I'he Oreeley Daily T r i b u n e May J t i , ^3, 3U, J U I I L - ti, IVl THK CITY «)F COLORADO H D I N A X C K NO , 1»T» \X OUD1NANOE A M K N D I . N O 1115 CODE OF ORLHNA.NC10S K UKJflJflbKY. COLORADO. BY DD1NCJ SECTIONS TO UK I3REI) ?:?-100 THHOUOII I N C L U S I V E . CONCEIIN- AN BN VIRONM ENT AL ·SANITATION CODE. (K IT ORDAINED BY THE :ITY COUNCIL OF GRISELEY, JO LOR A DO: Soution 1. Thai t h e Code of OrdliiKiices of tJreeloy, Colorado. tt hereby amended by a d d h i K sec- Ions to be n u m b e r e d 13-100 hrouph I3-13H Inclusive, which said sections read n» follows. "PAH'I' I. JK,-\KnAl. l.'l-UKt. Title. This ordinance shall be k n o w n as the ' K n v i r o n - u e n t a l S a n i t a t i o n Code', may be cited as such, and w i l l be refer- ed to h e r e i n us ' t h i s Code.' 1:1-101. DrflnltinHK. For the )urpose of this Code, d e f i n i t i o n s i h a l l be construed as specified lercin. Words used in the i l n t f u l a r i n c l u d e Mie p l u r a l ami he plural, the singular. Words ised In the inasculliie Render J n - ·lude tlie f e m i n i n e , and the f e m i n i n e the m a s c u l i n e . Terms words, phrases, and t h e i r derivatives used but not specifically l e f i n e d in t h i s Code shall have the same m e a n i n g d e f i n e d Jn Chapter I. General Powers, of 'he Code of Ordinances of Gree- ,ey, Colorado, the U n i f o r m Build- HK Code and the U n i f o r m Hous- tiK Code. For purposes of t h i s Code, the word 'refuse' shall mean par bage and all other waste matter or discarded or u n u s e d material; all rubbish of any kiiu or n a t u r e whatsoever; and aiij o t h e r m a t e r i a l s commonly knowi as rubbish or r e f u s e of any k i m or character or by any means k n o w n . F u r n i t u r e a n d f i x t u r e s appliances and o t h e r household e q u i p m e n t of such wetfrht. di mension, size and shape thn t h e y ean be h a n d l e d by not JIIOH t l i a n two (2) men, and all othei useless, rejected and CHS I of m a t t e r . Sc-ope. · The provision; of this Code shall a p p l y to n l areas, territory, property, va cant lots and building's w i t h i n the City. i:t-lo;i. Kaforcrttit-nt Anthorltr. The a d m i n i s t r a t i v e a u t h o r i t y Is hereby authorized ami directed to administer and enforce all of the provisions of this Code. . 13-104. I)a11r« of Admlnlnirji- tlve Authority. Thr a d m i n i s t r a - tive a u t h o r i t y shall m a i n t a i n public o f f i c e hours necessary to effectively a d m i n i s t e r the provisions of t h i s Code and amend- m e n t s thereto and shall examine, observe, inspect, a n d check all property w i t h i n the City for viol a t i o n s of t h i s Code. lil-inn. »l*Iit of Knlrr. Upon p r e s e n t n t ion of prop?r credentials, t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i v e a u t h o r i t y may enter, at reasonable times, any b u i l d i n g , .structure. uac.ted. and covered. I (3) DiHriovNl smll refer to ' t h e priKMJsslng;. of solid or « n m l - s o l i d .wastes hy s a n i t a r y l a n d f i l l , by i n c l n e r a O o n . by composlhiK, by g r i n d i n g «* « n y o t h e r e q u i v a l e n t H f i n l l i i r y m e t h o d . · HHHOMM! siifN. Any refuHts dls- osal site operated or dcalKiiatt-u y the C i t y us u City of Greeley lisposat site shall be in accord w i t h the Statutes of the State oC Colorado. Minim urn Oprr«tlii In. A n y refuse disposal f a c i l i t y which has been u p p r o v - «d HUU designateci or operated as t C J t v of Cireeley disposal site shall.'al all times, d u r i n g which the same Is so designated, be o ·ruled a n d m a i n t a i n e d u c r o r d l i i K t h e m i n i m u m operating standard sot . forth tn the Statutes of t h e Stat of Colorado it mi rules of H I P Suite Health D e p a r t m e n t JJl-l in. Inspection of UI»pu«Ml SUrn. The a t l m l n L s t n i live a u t h o r i t y i n a d d i t i o n t o t h e u f h o r i z e d agent of the C o u n t y H e a l t h D e p a r t m e n t or C o u n t y Commissioners, shall r c K u l a r l Inspect tlie operation ami i n a i n lenunuti of a i l C i t y of Oreeley refuse disposal sites, and .supervise all c o r r e c t i v e steps t h a t s h a l l t a k e n by said operators or CIl} . - . . A l l disposal rates churned at any C i t y of Greeley refuse disposal site shall he f i x ed and approved by the C i t y Council. ]:t-i:M. Duration of Lion IK" n- "'jrY -Sant "hall b. r.. (unsible f o r k e e p i n g h i s d « e i - .,ag. H t u c t u r e s or premises winen iV occupies and v o n l r u « i a clean, safe, a n d s a n i t a r y " Jl u n and H h i i l l dispose of all Ills r u b b i s h , '· t ' r . ll8ti '.....*: 11l l lllim '!i m | l inS ir required .thev iTott'th f r o m .ml trees I n Itv M i l s Cod weeds, u m a n n e a m i i n e r as not to be scattered a l i o u t by the w i n d or otli- erwlsc. by the person responsible for such w o r k . Such uwrs in s h a l l be h e l d l i a b l e f o r any si-.it- l e r l n g of such r e f u s e u p o n adjacent p r o p e r l y . 1.1-m. Ite.lM.Vl.l or H r f i t K f from H ,,*!.,.·«* i i r n i i l r v i l . I H s e a n l e d a i i l o i n o b i l e parts, r e f u s e of Uinils. wool, hides, j u n k · fn.se and p a c k i n g a rd all . Tlie designation of the re- lie desig disposal tli j d e f i n i t e d u r a t i o n , however. n o t h i n g herein s h a j l p r o h i b i t the C i t y from e n t e r i n g i n t o a contract w i t h a n y other m u n i c i p a l - ity or w i t h the County of Weld, for the j o i n t aco. nisi t i o n . m a i n - tenance and o p e r a t i o n of solid or semi-solid waste disposal sites In accord w i t h t l i e S t a t u t e s of the State of Colorado. i;t«m!!. fount.v Approved mill Opcrllft'll K e f UNI- I ) i M | H 1 N I t I Sll«'N. W h e n e v e r I he C i t y of G r e e l e y f a i l s to e s t a b l i s h , approve or operate n refuse, disposal s i t e as a C i t y of Greeley refuse disposal site, t h e nearest C o u n t y established, approved or o p e r a t e d re- f u s e " and ' p a c k i n g b o u s e or slaughterhouse 1 r e f u s e shall oe ? ' m o v e d p e r i o d i c a l l y f r o m such r e s p e c t i v e e s t a b l i s h m e n t * hy Mie proprietor so t h a t t h e premises ·ire clean a n d orderly at all t i m e s . S i l t a n d s i m i l a r deposits f r o m a u t o m o b i l e wash racks s h a l l be removed to t h e C i t y or C o u n t y Disposal site by the est a b l i s h m e n t c r e a t i n g such deposit. Any a c c u m u l a t i o n of refuse t h a t is h i g h l y e x p l o s i v e or i n f l a m m a b l e w h i c h m i g h t e n d a n - ger l i f e or p r o p e r t y shall he removed to such places as approved by t h e A d m i n i s t r a t i v e A u t h o r i t v ; such r e m o v a l t o b e h a n - dled by t l i e e s t a b l i s h m e n t s t h e r e - I'AHT V I I . J M I O I I I I H T I O N S i:t-i:uf. collection *r iirfum* i»r O l d e r (littn Clt ProIilbHi'ih Hx- c e i i t i o f t K : The City, by and t h r o u g h its d u l y a u t h o r i z e d agents, employees, c o n t r a c t o r s or C i t y licensed operators, s h a l l he the" sole urve.nc.-y for the c o l l e c t i o n and disposal of refuse, and no person except such d u l y a u t h o r - ized a g e n t s , employes, c o n t r a c - tors or C i t y licensed operators of the C i t y shall c o l l e c t or dispose f u s e disposal site s h a l l also be; or the C i t y R e f u s e Disposal Site. ' x '" TAUT V. of a n y ' r e f u s e , w h e t h e r his own Ae.cutmilntion mid VHP df Manure. Other t h a n a l i g h t spread of m a n u r e w h i c h may be a p p l i e d on l a w u t or gardens for fe.rtili7.iiiK purposes, it s h a l l be u n l a w f u l t o keep m a n u r e o n a n y property f o r a n y purpose. M a n - ure s h i t I I e i t h e r he plowed under or removed by the owner, o c c u p a n t , or a g e n t . j;t-l-1. IIurtihiK of Hrfiine nnd ·\ViiNtt- Mitterliil. It shall he un- l a w f u l for any person, f i r m , or cor pu ration, t o set un f i r e or b u r n any r e f u s e or o t h e r 'waste m a t e r i a l s , i n a n y u n u p p r o v e d p t a e l e or u p o n t h e g r o u n d . f wi a n o t h e r ' s w i t h i n the City. N o t h i n g in t h i s Code s h a l l re- l i e v e any c o n t r a c t o r of the obligation of c l e a n i n g u p premises a f t e r c o m p l e t i o n o f h i s contract. X o M i I n g in tin." Code s h a l l pre- v e n t a n I n d i v i d u a l f r o m h a u i i i i K h i s o w n w a s t e m a t e r i a l , provided ] ' \ S S K D AXD ADOPTED. . I C X K D A X D A P P R O V E D TH '. day of 1H7H. T i l 15 C I T Y OF GREEL.EY Hy Mayor C i t y Clerk ; A I ' P R O V K D : C i t y A t t o r n e y The dreeley Daily Tribur.a .May Hi, 11*70 THIS C1TV OF C H U K K I i l S 1 ( O I , O H A I ) O :f ) ) 1 \ A \ C I C \O , 1 ORDINANCES O rouiUAno, cox- Council of Governments a boulia voi d a siring of sp.wagc treat-j I h n plant, location on Bic p r y |ment plants along the creek. Creek about two miles down-! " stream from the city of Broom-'c* a k| e Orbit field sewer plant. i Broomfield oppose? construe- 1 COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. tion of the plant'? first phase (API-Communist. China's first! because it believes its treat-jsatellite is in a stable orbit; men! plant can and shouldlaround the earth that could kRepiA^..,.;^"^ handle--on a temporary basis-' l in K P ace for more than 20 com-: or fhe sewage needs in the arca'vcars. the North American Airi"}^;}^.^,..,..^^ J 1 A I J 1 ,,, I i n centered around the new West- Defense Command, which keepsjiici.:xsKi.yj:i^ ern Electric Plant. ;track of space traffic, i-qJoHed.j^y\OOUXCIL OF GREEDY, The commission said it was XORAD's Space Defense Cen- " concerned about sewage treat-jter said the stable orbit will ment in the entire drainage|keep the satellite looping the basin served by the creek--not;earth for at least five years, just meeting the nurds of the,and possibly more than 20 years. 2(K),OOfl persons contemplated b y j The Red Chinese satellite the proposed sewawqe system toimakes one circuit around the be operated by the City of Wesl: earth every 114 minutes, coming! minster. ;as close as 27fi miles to earth I The proposed plan calls for;and traveling as far as 1,484| a three-stage system, i n v o l v i n g j m i e l s away from earth, NORAD" £1.2 million in bonding immedi-'said. j ately to serve the plant, in-. | ( - D of t h e ( I r c c l c y , That S e c t i o n 14-22 Code of O r d i n a n c e s Colorailo, reads t ( 4 ) A S M S e c t i o n M - 2 2 H A I M . K P . S A.\D T H A I 1 OljF.ANF.RS. T o en^a^e in *he luisiness of l i a u l i n i ; ashes, t r a s h , r u b b i s h u r cli.-iMiing grease t i"ips....$2n.no Tlie. licensee s h a l l f u r n i s h t h u r i i y c l e r k w i t h a bond a.« p t - M v i d c d i n Section H-1S n f c h a p t e r in the sum of , . .Sprinj; Pasture sprinp dev e l o p m e n t a n d pipeline. c.'iind In XVi, corner of T l d N RC3W, XSS-47'K f o r 3J'.7ai. c h a i n s to NW corner of said s e c t i o n ; thence SO'53 for (jti.lll ehain.s to spring: c n i i t T i i u i i ho,\; thence KM ' Ifor 2-10 fcei in a il" t r i a n g u - lar ivoodpii f l u m e to an Hec- TOWN OP HAYMF.lt OIIUIXA.VCK XO. i-l AN O R O I N A N C K KSTABMSH- IXO SALARIES FOR ELECTED BIO IT ORDAINED BY THE H O A R D OP TRIISTKES OF THK T O W N O P K A Y M K K : Section 1. Salaries of Elected O f f i c i a l s shall be ns follows: Mayor Jii.Oll per meet UK, p a y a b l e m o n t h l y Vru.stpt's fit.0» jier m e e t l n R , payable monthly , t h a t it is properly disposed of in r - o n f o r i n f t v w i t h this Code ami a p e r m i t is o b t a i n e d as provided. i;t-l.')7, A cm m u I lit Inn "n (I l)t v - poftit of ItcfiiMi', fiiirlmsf, ·*«*.. I'roliiMltMl. I t shall he 1111 Law f i l l to deposit or place any r e f u s e in such a m a n n e r t h a t the same is or t«mls to become a n i i i s a n i - R ur I n such m a n n e r endnnn'ors or l e n d s to c n d a n p e r the. n u b i l e j j , e i l j t h _ ,\ n person s h a l l I n a n y t n i i n n e r t h r o w , place, scatter, de- p 0!lU| or b n r y any r e f u s e in nr npon liny p u b l i c street, a l l e y nr o t h e r p u b l i c place or up.m b i s own premises or the premises of a n o t h e r . i:i-i:is. Hern*!- Xn « be 'I'hrottn In Strrri. \ iicinK !H, i*(c. J t s h a l l In* u n l a w f u l for ref u s e nT a n y U l n d o r n a t u r e w h a t - soever to be tin-own or swept i n t o i i n v s t r i ' C i . s i d f W u l U , n u t t e r . itODS. S ewer. ' i n t i i k e . iilley, v a c a n t lot other p r o p e r l y . ley. 13-1O8. A p p l l c n t J o n for I.ltM-nnr. A j i p l f i ' H t i o n s for n. l i c e n s e to n j i e r a t e a n u s l n c a H of c o l l e c t i n g , t r a n s p o r t i n g , or r e m o v i n g of re- . . . . . . . a s hrt'cdln*,' pliu'ps f o r t h e K u r o u o a t i K i m H a r k BeallP. s h a l l he c o n x l d c r r d 11 p u b l i c : n u l H J i n c c and .^hnll he d a n d d c H t r n y e i l or b u r - f c o m p e t e n t j u r b ! v i i l l d Hit- same K h a l i not af- fccl th · v a l i d i t y of i he o r d i n u n c a i\* n wh"li- i r p u n t h e r e o f otlu-r t h a n t h t - p a r t m doclarod n. he u n c n i i s i i t n i l u i i a l o r I n v n l l d . Tho niic.tl l i u r c h y d e d a r r s t h a t 1.1-1 IO. \ 4-hlrlpn, lilt- E v e r y vehicle used by a licensed hauler for t h e c o l l e c t i o n , removal or t r a n s p o r t a t i o n of ret use. RrnrbaK'e or H H h e s s h n l l he p l a i n - ly m n r k e d w i t h a slcn fnrnlnhe.d by the D i r e c t o r of F i n a n c e w i t h ' t h P words, ' H c f u H e cense Xo. - PAIt'l J t K K U S K ;4) :uni. rn Hiiulcr Li' ( 1 ) Dead v lou sly w e a k e n e d elm trees, regardless of «peele.s ir v i t r - ('f) Deiid or d y i n g or ob- v i o u s l y w e a k t - n p d b r a n r l i e s In o t h e r w i s e l i e i i l t l i y elms. CM H t u m p s of cut t r e e s on | w h i c h t i n - bark r e i n a l r i b . I ( 4 ) K i m wood cut f r o m I ot t h e y ITY OF'OKKEI.KY. Mayor C i t y A l t i . r n o y 'hr C r o e l e y D a l l y T r i b u n e t h i s ? 1 , 1 ) . . . Kftc.tion 1 4 - 2 2 t h i s Ciid i- of O r d i n a n c e s -.-lev. C o l o r a d o , is h e r e b y f l m |-,.;i,l as f o l l o w s i - I ) I I K F I ' S I - : H . M T L r c i t S To i l e d , t r a ns|)ort, or reni" ve , g a r h i i K C or ashes, *:.). DO and $2S.(iO for finch a d d i t i o n a l v e h i c l e . T h e l i c e n se. s h a l l f u r n i s h t h e c i t y d i - r k w i H i a h n n d as pm- vid.'-d in S f - c t i n t i 14-1S o f t l i i s c h a p t e r i n Mu- s u m n f ?!,- : or SHTTI.KMI3.Vr -1 KML' f A r C f S T I I R b' a.U.;i. Hi )HS J l I O C i S . a.U.J J M C C S . Dcc.oased. i i - f- j K ] i c r(: 11 y K I v u n t h a t f i ! * - r l m y f i n : i l r e p n r l i n t h D i s t r i c t C o u r t o f Weld C o u n i j lo. a n d t h a t u n y i; in object t t i t l nbj«,-i:tmii w i t h ir he.forft J u n e ::. T h a t Mil e f f e c t f i \ a l p i i t i l u - i t t i n i ! . by S i - c i i i . i l 3-ifi Oharu-r. I 'A SS !·: I A XI" 1 A DO [ 'T K D, ' l X K D A X D A I ' F ' K o V t f D T I M S i;. A p p l e , Auorm.-y y D a i l y T r i b u n e . L*:I. .10. i!'Vn. I'i I t l . K - H l : . \ H ! ^ 4 - 'vi-iiVeii't' Disi ri'l-i' .v..?'::::-!.' ? . M a n a g H n h i e n d l.-y M a i l y T r i b u n e hy O r d i l i i l l i c f Nn. S*!, -.-d n n d j i d u p U r d X o v f i i n I I H . S ; t h a t t h e t o t a l cost i i i i p r i i v e i n c i i i s a r o ?·),- t h : i t t i l " ( ' i i y ( ' m i n c i l n d e t h e a s s c h s m e n i t i p n n i s b e i n - f i t c i l i n wii'l I D I - t c u t I ' i M i - i . - i ; t h a t Hie C i t y ! w i l l s-it t . » I i e u r a n d dc.- s«ii-ss'mcnf s ;ind to nial\e veloped Kiiring- on a branch of Uule Crow Creek. Ap- ])rlntcd r.'IU'. l-'or stock w a t ^ r a n d r e c r e a t i o n a l use. ]^sti- n i i i l e d c o s t : S",000.00. 1 - 7 1 : Partners Reservoir I r r i - j t r a t i o n Co., f . l f i D e n h a i n l BldK., Denver, Colo.; request I t h a t R e s e r v o i r I ' r i o r i l y Xn. 7'1-a on Clear Creek. No. (i-a. on l l a l s t o n Creek and No. L'-a on l , i y d o n Creel;, ns c o n d i - t i o n a l l y deer.red t o S t a n d l e y L a k e hy D i M t r i r t Court of t h e C i t y a n d C o u n t y o f D e n v e r ;i.'i:i/:iiJ, b e made f i n i i l inn] a h s o l n t e a s t o 4 , H P acn- t e . i , M u d t h a t a f i n d i n g " f r e a H o n a b l e dili^.-nce he i m i d e w i t h rt-KHrd l o d e v e l o p m e n t ! of said p r i o r i tie-; a n d , t o t h e ! · · X L - H I t l m i Kit me h a v e m.i he'-n m a d e f i n a l a n d a b s o l u t e . i i i ' - y h e c o n t i n u e d i n f u l l f"ive a n d e f f e r t . S t a n d l e y l . j i k i - i.s in ,l«:tfer.son C o u n t y "ii all or p u r l s nf Sections ]i;. iv. -ii, ^i, 22, ss ::» Tl'S l l f i ! W n d d e t e r m i n e d tot- t h e prescrva- i h i i e pence, health tid the s u p p o r t of m u n i c i p a l g o v e r n m e n t a n d Us e x i s t i n g i n s t i l u t i u r i F . I ' A S S K D AN'D A D O P T E D , S I O N I-:D AXD APPROV10D THIS l l l h D A Y ( I K M A Y , 1070. T o w n of W a l t e r B M a y o r Raymer, Colorado A T T K P T : K. I . T h o m p s o n T o w n C l e r k Pa-^Hed I-'irst H e a d hip Mn T h e ( i r ^ e l p y Daily T r i b u n e M a y HI. I-.ITO . . . I s .h:ill bi- -nt elo-e t o the T)H , p r ( ,), n ^\ t , ,. ( v s t ^f curb, · n i i i i i l s and k e p t .so cut. D u l l e r and p n v i n i r ifs e x c l n s i v n i:t-i:tl. .\lnl*Mii«-iit hy C - l i y . ,,f j t i c i d e n t n l expenses, e s t a h l i s h I f a n y o w n e r , i m u u i t «r H K e n t ; ( . ( 1 a [ f v ; l(l , HM . U n r a l f o n t , a n d I n c h K i - K i 1 " h a l l f a l l to cut weeds.. i m v l n ^ o n l y i.s e s t a b l i s h e d at i h i s o r d i n a n c e . 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The n d m i n l s - M 1 * 1 ':' f ' l l ' f ' " ( r i i t i v e a u t h o r i t y n h n l l p r o m u l - i } v I I 1 "" .,,, t K n i « rules n n d r e g u l a t i o n s r e l a t - l fi "' ] n\K to t h e m a n n e r of preparing; i i n d a o c u m u l a t i i i K r e f i i H u f i n d w a s t e m a t e r i a l f o r collection; t h e t y p e a n d k i n d o f c o n t a i i to be" used for such nee mm l i o n ; t h e m a n n e r o f . use o f , a n d ] 1 care, for .such c o n t a i n e r s : In en- " t i o n nt p i c k u p p o i n t s , procedures. }' h e d u l f s . a n d sneh ' " .\OTICB I X TIII-3 1HSTK1OT COURT P AM) roil THE COr.VTV OP W K M I AM) S'l'ATK OF C O L O R A D O C i v i l A c t i o n No. 2077T. I N T H K MATTKK O K T H K ) D K T K R M I N A T J O X OP I X - 1 T I C I t K S T ]X PItOPKRTY DP) PLOSSIK SAMPSON C I I L - i VI'IK f o r m e r l y FLORSIK1 KA.MPSON. ) . -DECEASKD.) THK PKOPI.E OP THK STATE r u l e s a n d r e g u l a t i o n s . HP. In h i s d i s c r e t i o n , a r e necessary o r d e s i r a b l e i n t h e i n t e r e s t of m a i n t a i n i n g e f f i c i e n c y a n d s a n l t n r y c o n d i t i o n s i n t h e r e f u s e c o l l e c t i o n system a n d s e r v i c e w i t h i n t h e ( . 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All c o m p l a i n t s made I n w r i t i n g , i b i s ; t h d a y of May. reeley, Colorado. leftloii. The C o u n r e s o l u M o n , e s t a b l i s h chiirge N shifll C b\'!DTreclor'or'"PinancH - \ v i t h i n t h i r t y 1 " ' - · ' ( S O ) days a f t e r m a i l i n g b y t h e T h e . J l e e l i o n s e r v i c e p,ovided"by t h e ! D i r e c t o r of I-'t""''';'' I ( l I'Vel'T.? M " y C i t y or its C o n t r a c t o r * u n d e r t h i s , - r ^ o f j.cl^lM. bUj.Jj ^l'"'"!,^ T t h e assessment of such cost. P a i l u r e to pay such n*sessmcn ·h period of Omie a n d prescribe t h e t i m e a n d ] , m a n n e r of p a y m e n t of such (l r '' A K | -' NOTICE t h a t a p e t i l L f i l e d i n t h i s cause a l l e g i n g t h a t , t h e a b o v e de- Clerk T r i b u n e . OFFICIAL XOTICE OK ITHI.H: I I K A U I N G Street I m p r o v e m e n t t w i t h i n such period of t h i r t y (.iu n , s , r |' ( ., Xo . SSO. - d a y s shall cause s t i f h a s s e s s m e n t Th , s (j . [ ( . t ( , v j s e t))( . O W I H M - g f " d : Mieiic,- X.Sl'K LT»0 feet: M i . - i i c e S a c \ V :;!;· fe.et; t l i c n r n s:,L'«:{n'\v mnt f ( . ( . t ; ihence. M J ° : : 0 ' K LT, f f - c - l ; t h e n c e .ViJ-r.'IO'l-: I S O r. ef t h e n c e X:'7K° 174 f e e t : t h e n c e N " l n :(»'!.; i^;, f f i , . , . t h e n c e XSMfi'li: UT. fee[ to p o i n t nf b c g i n - u i n i i . Snurce of w a t e r is w a s t e w a t e r a n d seepage, i n u n n a m e d ^'Hcbes t r i h t t n r v t . . L a k e i v o m l C-ulc-h; a p p r d - !"·'··'''·'! 7/j.|/is:-.|. appr.vc,i b y M a t e i - J n p i n c u r 7/;;o/is;i.| for f i h i i . w a t e r f o w l , i-i m,it; AOTKT, A j i r i l ir.. i:*7n. n o l i c e is h e r e h v m i i t i e t h a t . M o u n t a i n b'tiite R a d i o ! : t i n i T V f t i r p . f i l e d . i i p l M n t i ( i n l \\'K 11 Hie P r d e r a l " o m n i i i n i e a - 1 t i o n s 'nm m i s s i o n for ;nit h o r l t y l t o r i m M n i r - r H r i f P T V M a f i o n l t o n p f - r n l e on c h a n n e l 22 a n d s e r v e i he mm m u n i t i e s a n d s u r - r o M m J i i i f r a r e a s n f P n r t C o l l i n s The pro- i s m i t t e r - t o wer lot a - m i l e s s o u t h o f W i n d In - N. I.at 10° 2»1' w. i.ntjff. Kir rr 1.2". The M U - T w i l l bf ;·!-».7 f t . a b o v e n . i i n d [ e v e ] j i m i w i l l t r a n s m i t i ;i p o w e r of ] | i k w . The o f f i - er.«. d i r e e i o r s a r i d s t o c k h o l d e r s f M o u n t a i n S t a t e R a d i o .'uid re: R o b e r t P. Tone, K ' » - k l e y . Tlof.fr W. X V i l l p ' - i t A . P i e h l . M i c h a e l W i l l i a m .1. U s i t H l o . S L c v i r i f , a n d J o h n II. ,\ c n p v f . f t h o a p p l i c a t i o n i f i l e a n d open t o p u b l i c . I n - j * t : 1 s t \ a t i o n a l Tower Pnrt. C n l h n j * . Colorado Tribun*. " i h l l i f e . r r c r e a t i o pal, i r r i g a t i o n a n d o t h e r l - e n n f i e i a l uses. 7 JV ii 011 y ° r Central. City H a l l . C e n t r a l C i l y , Colo.: j,|. )f reasoiKihlf; 1-enpti't to c i . i H l i t i c i i i n l r e s e r v o i r p r i o r i - t y Xo. n J;;A, ;{rd Scries, on .la inert Peak Tteservoir and e o n d i t t o n a 1 r e s e r v o i r p r i o r i - ty Xo. 0-1.1 IJ. 3rd Series, nn H.'ho l,i'|; t . K e ^ e r v o i r , to- f i e i h e r w i i h p i p e l i n e f r o m i i ' M l i r e s e r v o i r s t o City o f ' M i t r a l ; n i l ^ r n n t e d e o n d i - t i o n a l l y b y t h e D i s t r i c t Court 1 ' ' o u n t y of A c t i o n X J a m e s Peak · a t e r l in sec- US 117 JW i i n p described p r o p e r t y : U n d i v i d e d o n e - h a l f I n t e r e s t in and to t h i s "West H a l f of l . r i l K 1, 2 ami 3, In Block 3, K i r s t A d d i t i o n t o Parish H e i g h t s to ( b e Town o f . l o h n s l o w n . Weld C o u n t y . Colorado. T h r u t h e p e t i t i o n n a m e s t h e above, persons as t h e heirs of d e c e d e n t a r i d i h c present owner of s a i d p r o p e r t y . Y o u are n o t i f i e d tn a n s w e r said p e t i t i o n w i t h i n t w e n t y ( 2 0 ) lays a f t e r service o f t h i s n o t i c e mi you (if served by p u b l i c a t i o n iv i t It in t w e n t y ( l i d ) days aft - . l ·" of f a i l u r e lo pay the eslal.- lished changes for c o l l e c t i o n , service by the o w n e r or person 11"' 11 ' 1 " ··'·· h a v i n K t h e o c c u p a n c y , c o n t r o l i c m r e n t t or i n : m i K c i i i e n t «r any premises,: t he sanie w i l h i n t h i r t y CIO) d«y« a f t e r t b e | i i r e colled a g a i n s t I o! l a n d a n d ' , . Xv over a l l I h - n x . i ) t l i st-rt a n d p r i " i - i i,. v IM- c e r t i f i e d a l a n y , p i t h ) n V i e r M i c h f r t l l i i n - t o s o p n y n f e r Hiimi-. w i t h i n t h i r t y C U i ) ( t n c l t h e D i r e c t o r "f P i n a n e e K«|j; nr usurer Lo p t O 2 T ' f . a n d p u r p o s e s . F.rho S.'l TL'S C o u n t y : for a mr. u n ! up |o 27S.5 fi-ei f o r n i l m u n i c i p a l d o m e s t i c use. prescribed for p a y m e n t of such charges b y t h e A d m i n i s t r a - t i v e A u t h o r i t y , the Director of In w.-- P i n a n c e s h i i l l cause n n o t i c e o f | Midi c h a r n e t o h e R i v e n t o t h e , si'i-:nr o w n e r of such p r o p e r t y by p u b - i i;t-i:t:i. l i s h i i i K in a n u w s p a p e r in lhe,'r*. Less C i t y . f o r t w o ( 2 ) MiicircssivR||* r4 .|,|| H ,. H . | ( s h a l l hi- t b weeks, a_ n o t i c e to snt-h j i r o p e r t y j ,. vf . ry person, w h e t l , t h e t i i x l i s i for t h t ; r. to be c o l l e c t e d in a i i n e i - a s i i l h i - r t a x e s i l , u t i h a t f i i ( I H ) per v to d e f i a v t l i e -o.st ,. ; ,s p r o v i d e d hy the · SI a It.-. I ' A H T V I . K K S I ' O N S I U I I . l T I i : ^ C K I I O I l N l l l I I H y Of U » - ctf.i for He I'll p r o p e r t v l o c a t e d a l o n ^ Kith l i n e b e t w e e n .Slh Street a n d S t r e e t s i n I h e C i t y o f C.ree- i h a t i h e C i t y Cmmetl o f ·ley. Colorado w i l l hold a h e a r i n g f'*r t h e p u r p o s e j i i l n j r a n I i n p r n v c m e n t Dis- for consl rue t i o n of curb. · and p a v i i i K pi ( i h a l ) l t ' cost of c u r b , u n t - ie r a n d pa v i i i f : is, e x c l u s i v e of i n c i d e n t a l e x p e n s e s , e s t a b l i s h e d a l $7.M per l i n e a l f o n t , a n d p a v inj: i.nly is e s t a h l i s h e d at S^SO p e r l i n e a l l o o t , a n d g u t t e r p a n o n l y is estaNl.shed a I $l!.l f per l i n e i i l f o o t . T h e assessment shall lip d u e in f i v e e i n a 1 a n n u a l I n s t a l l m e n t s p l u s *·';. iier a n n u m o r t h e a s s e s s m e n t m a y I n - p a i d i n o n e l u m p M M I I a t If; p e r a n n u m . T l i - a l « . \ e n i . - i i l i o i K - d p n l . l l c t h e t h e last t i e last p u b l i ce) and in h l i c a t i o n of t h i s 110- lef.nult. of an er t h e Court w i l l proceed to he.ar the m a t t e r as p r o v i d e d hy l«w. T t a l n d n t G r e e l e y , Colorado, t h i s U 2 n d day of A p r i l , 1370. MA I.'V .1. C n . N ' N ' f O I J j M , i ; H K ' OP D I S T R I C T COURT Hy f i l e n n n . C a r t e r Deputy Clerk T u e ' c r f e l ^ . y D a i l y T r i b u n e . A p r i l 2;., May 2, 0, 16, 1970. \OTICK TO CREDITORS Xo. p-iit;5,x K s t a t e o f M A R Y SWIOXKON, of charges properly. if t h e a m o u n t issessed a g a i n s t 1 uid t h a t if such ehnrpes are not l a i d w i t h i f t e n f l f l ) d a y s there. i f t e r . y h a l l c e r t i f y such charges! as assessed to the C o u n t y Trnas- 1 u r e r to bn placed by him on such t a x l i s t f o r t h e r u r r e n t y e a r l o be c o l l e c t e d in the same m a n - ' nor as o t h e r t a x e s are collected, w i t h a. t e n ( 1 0 ) p e r i-ont p e n a l t y to d e f r a y ( h e cost of c o l l e c t i o n , as p r o v i d e d hy the l a w s of the S t a t e . PAIIT IV. iircrrsK i»isiM».s.\r* MTKS l.'t-tl*;. Ileflnllhinft. Por the purpose of each a n d every pro- v i s i o n of t h i s sec t i o n , the fol- lessee r e n t e A i l persons h a v i n g the n h o v e - n a m e d , l a t e are r e q u i r e d t o f i l e them f o r 1 a l l o w a n c e m the District, c.ourt of Weld ' o n n t y , Colorado, on or before t h e 2nd d a y o f November, ]f*7f, or said c l a i m s shall be for- ev**r b a r r e d . K u g e n f S wen son Jr. C u r i s e r v a t o r of H s t n t e n.v W i l l i a m i,. West, A t t o r n West .0 \ V i n f e r s , A t t o r n e y * and The ~;ro*ley Dslly T r i h n n * . I Mav 2. !», 1«, 23. 1970. l o w i n g d e f i n i t i o n * o f t e r m * s h n l l r l a i m s l a p p l y : ( i ) Hcfiinc niHpnnnl SUf s h a l l refer t o a n y l o c a t i o n d e s i g n a t e d b y t h e C i t y Council of t he C i ( y of (ireeley. or t h e Hoard of C o u n t y Commissioners of Weld County, where a n y a p p r o v e d f i n a l t r e a t m e n t u t i l i z a t i o n , process- i n g or d e p o s i t a r y of solid or semi-soUd w a s t e occurs. 12 S f i n M n r y Lnnrtflll s h a l l r e f e r lo t h e act've p o r t i o n of I h f * l a n d f i l l P i l e w h e r e rt»- f n s f t is h e i n K d u m p e d , o.om- f r t m e n t , l e n e m e n l or any All pn iht-r e s t a b l i s h m e n t , at all t i m e s , i the o f f i a i n t a i n t h e premises In dean a n d o r d e r l y c o n d i t i o n , perm i t t i n g n o d e p o s i t or a c c u m u l a t i o n of refuse otiier t h a n tlmse o r d i n a r i l y a t t e n d a n t u p o n t h e ise for w h i c h Kiicb premises are. r i n g w i l l he h e l d ami r o w n e r , " n rd in a nee a u t I m r i / h i f r s a i d e m i - "· i - ' c a i i l i st met ion \\~\]\ In* cnnsldci-ed l i M l - ! . I U " e » t 111711. ,|t 7:;i'i P.M.. at I l l f t r e n t e r , (Irerle.y. n f i l e nt l e r k a n d oi. b u i l d i n g or premises. I n c l i u l - . H I M . - .'. !'.,». a ng a n y place of business, h o t e l . C-n-eley C i v i c · e s t a u r a n t . d w e l l i n g house.I Colorado. l e g a l l y i n t e n d e d , c u m u l a t i o n s h a l l n u i s a n c e a n d » vi Code. M v o r y owner ren v i o l a t i o n s of resp posed h i m such arc o n s t i t n t e a e l a t i o n o f t h i s l a i n s l i a b l e f o r n s i b i l i l i e s i m ~ t h i s Code , - r e n t h o u g h an o b l i g a t i o n is n i s i , imposed on t h e o t f c n p a n i H of his b u i l d i n g or premises, and even t h o u g h t h e o w n e r h n « f i n agree- m e n t tin pi in t h e occ Mie d u t y o f f u r n i s h i n g r e q u i r e ' i n g . Dal. linjis ;M-" o f i h t . c , i v x a m i n e i l dii f f i e e l i o l i r s . A l l s h o u l d he m a d e n t l l h day of .May. \v. Colnnuln. C I T Y OP O R K r - i L K Y . COI-OnADO My: I.ola B o w m a n Clerk The Oreeley D a i l y T r i b u n e . May 11, I f i . 3i\ l'.'7fl. NOT in-: TO Case No. K s t a t p o f K s t h A I 1 p e r r n n p h a v i n g P-l I s l V x r K. Soper, De,- c l a l m a fi f w i t h eigiiipni t l i i s Code, i 10very o w n e r shall, where re- q u i r e d " h y t h i s Code, f u r n i s h ami m a i n t a i n s.n h approved s a n i - t a r y f a c i l i t i e s as r e q u i r e d for tlie i i r e v o n t i o j i of insect anil r o - i d e n t i n f e s i a t i n n ami t h e i n - reo.nired -vane Weld b e f o r e liver, If! f o r e v e r M K d n a A d i n i r ove n , l i n e d r s l a t e l o f i l e f i i p m for h e | ) i s t r i ' - t . C o u r t . u n i t y . Colorarl-., on he K i t h da v of Xo- ;,·;·; ,;;-"·' i! ""·"«« . I l h i n e h a r t i s t r a t r i x o f o b n o x i o u s w e p r l s a n d j T h e Orfieloy D a i l y T r i h i i n « o t h e r v e g e t a t i o n , or the p o l l u t i o n , .May 16, 23, SO, . l u n f t fi, 1970

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