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6A-DAILY PRESS AHGUS-Wednesday, February 28, 2001 Staie briefs GOP talks seniors, long-term care LANSING State House Republicans said Tuesday they want to make sure senior citizens are making Informed decisions when it comes to signing a contract for long-term health care. Members of the House Senior Health. Security and Retirement Committee said they want seniors to know exactly what kind of long-term care they're receiving from a health care provider. The committee unanimously approved a bill that would require Insurance companies to spell out their long-term health care services in plain English. The bill was reintroduced by Rep. Sue Tabor this year after the Senate failed to act on it during the last legislative session despite the House's approval, v Tabor, a Republican from Eaton County's Delta Township, said many seniors don't realize what services are covered by their long-term health care provider until It's too late. Her legislation will "make sure that consumers understand exactly what they are purchasing. Tabor said. "So when the time comes, they will know what will be covered, and what wont." '-- The legislation now goes to the full Police outside jurisdictions can't make arrests GRAND RAPIDS The sheriff has stopped deputizing police officers in Kent County, citing his fear of potential lawsuits. That means officers cannot arrest those suspected of any misdemeanor offenses in other jurisdictions, even if they witness it, without -permission -from police who-cover those areas, " :- Permission can be a matter of a call on a police radio, but that is not always possible when an officer is off-duty, local police chiefs say. Grandvtlle Police Chief Vern Snyder said the dilemma could force officers outside their jurisdiction to make tough decisions. "Do we have the authority to pull over the drunk driver who, in theory, could go another half-mile and kill somebody? Do we have to follow him until he gets Into our Jurisdiction?" - Until late last year, deputized officers But Kent County Sheriff Larry Stelma said a pending case involving a drunken-driving arrest by a deputized Hope College police officer prompted him to hold off on deputizing local officers. Fire safety at state universities questioned ANN ARBOR Three dormitory fires on Michigan college campuses in recent weeks point to the risks presented by fires for students at the state's universities. Though no one was injured as a result of the fires at Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University, some say additional precautions are needed to prevent serious harm. A Detroit Free Press survey of five Michigan universities found that only one of 75 dorm surveyed was fully equipped with sprinklers. And while K-12 schools must undergo outside Inspections, colleges are allowed to inspect themselves and are not subject to a uniform state inspection system. Over the past three years, 115 fires have been reported at the University of Michigan, Michigan State. Eastern Michigan. Oakland and Ferris State universities "If parents knew how unsafe most university housing is, they'd raise a ruckus," said Dan Jones, a spokesman for the National Fire Protection Association. "Universities don't want them to know." Firm The Associated Press LIVINGSTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SUMMARY Of MEETING. FEBRUARY 20, 2001 Approved minute at regular and closed session meetings held on February 2. 2001 . Authorized adjustment of selected tees Health Department Approved appointments to: Election Scheduling Commmee. Saginaw Bay RC D Area, Area Agency on Aging, Health Board. SEMCOQ. Solid Waste Management Committee. Health Board of Appeals and Airport Board of Appeals. Authorized' purchase of micro cassette portable recorders and desktop transcription systems - Prosecutor. Authorized appropriation of additional monies for Judicial Center Phase I. Authorized close-out of Intermodal Facility Construction Fund. Authorized Supplemental Support Agreement with Sequoia NET.com of Lansing CIS. Authorized Sequoia Net com of Lansing to replace on-line ccnmunication system - CIS. Recognized Michelle King as Student of the Month tor r-eoruary. Authonzed amendment of mowing contract to include 2001 - Airport Authonzed agreement with Mead i Hunt for pre-lirniriary design engineering serves - Airport Directed Dram Commissioner to assess project expenses to Hamburg Township. Authorized addition of part-time Public Health Nurse I -Health Department Authonzed classification of Secretary - County Adnummaaon. Authonzed classification of Support Enforcement Officer - Friend of Court. Established 2001 local supplemental salary lor Probate. Circuil I District Court Judges. Accepted Finance Committee recommendation for payment of claims dated 201 . (2-28-01 BALCP 1031508) STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF LIVINGSTON ESTATE OF EILEEN M. REICKS, DATE OF BIRTH: 5-17-29. FILE NO. 01-O4891-DE. TO ALL CREDITORS: NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, Eileen M. Reicks, who lived at 10297 Fair-lane, South Lyon, Michigan, died 12-30-00. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to James Thomas Reicks, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at 204 South Highlander Way, Howell, Michigan, and the namedproposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice. .Date:2-2M1 James Thomas Reicks, Personal Representative . 10297 Fairlane, South Lyon, Ml 48178 734-449-2857 ATTORNEY: Patrick C. McMacken P46501, 8178 Bluebird Drive, Brighton, Michigan 48116, 810-231-5500 (2-2801 BA1CP 1031587) CITY OF HOWELL LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN NOTICE OF PERFORMANCE REVIEW HEARING FOR COMCAST (MEDIA ONE) PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Cable TV Commission of the City of HowetL Livingston County, Michigan, wi conduct a performance review hearing of Comcast cable tension pursuant to Section 6C321 of the code of ordinances on Tuesday, March 27, 2001, at 7:00 p.m., m the Crry Council Chambers in City HaB, located at 61 1 E. Grand R.ver, Howell, Mjan. AS interested cfcens may ef.eod the hearing and wil be oered an Cfportunrty to address trse Cable TV Commission concerning the review. Wrrnen comments may also be sutm rea to the City OerKTreasyBr's oflce prior to the hearing. REBECCA J. RUTTAN, (2-23 & 3-4-01 LCP 1031 5:3) CTTY CLERK.TREASURER House for consideration. could make such an arrest STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT LIVINGSTON COUNTY . 44th CIRCUIT COURT . FAMILY DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF ALANA ROSE COLTON.FILE NO. 01-30893-OZNC. NOTICE: A hearing will be held on Monday, March 26th, 2001 at 8:30 a.m. in the courtroom, 204 S. Highlander Way, Howell, Michigan, before Judge Stanley J. Latreille P16441. CONCERNING THE PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF ALANA ROSE COLTON TO ALAINA ROSE COLTON. THIS CHANGE OF NAME IS NOT SOUGHT FOR FRAUDULENT INTENT. Date: 2-21-01 Rose M. Cotton, Petitioner 13719 Monarch, South Lyon, Ml 48178 (2-28-01 BALCP 1031585) . THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Kenneth P. Saville and Judy L. Seville, husband and wife, (original mortgagors), to Flags tar Bank, FSB, Mortgagee, dated April 29. 1997. and recorded on May 19, 1997 in Liber 2173, on Page 118, Livingston County Records, Michigan, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of ONE HUNDRED FOUR THOUSAND SEVENTY-NINE AND 83100 dollars ($104,079.83), including Interest at 8.375 per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute In such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage wi be foreclosed by a sale of the ' mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at pubic venue, at Vie main entrance of Vie Judicial Center, 204 S. Highlander Way, In the City of Howell, Michigan at 10:00 AM, on Apr! 11, 2001. Said premises are situated In Township of Tyrone, Uvingston County, Michigan, and are described as; Lot 85, JayneHil Farms No. 3 Subdivision, as recorded in Uber 9, Page 11 of Plats. Uv-tngston County Records. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with 1948CL 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shal be 30 days from the date of such sale. Dated: February 28, 2001 FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL; 248-593-1300, Trott & Trott, PC. Attorney and Counselors, 30150 Telegraph Road, Suit 1 00. Bnotiam Farms, Ml 48025 Fie 98032780 Hfiwks (2-28 ft. 3-714212801 LCP 1031560) Feds seek By James Pilchard ASSOCIATED PRESS . GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. The federal government Is seeking the death penalty for a Michigan man charged with killing a young mother who had accused him of raping her. Marvin Charles Gabrion n, 47, is " also linked by authorities to the disappearance of the victim's baby girl. He will be tried in the death-penalty case In the U.S. District Court of Western Michigan, Timothy P. VerHey. assistant U.S. attorney, said Tuesday. The district serves the Upper Peninsula and the western half of - the Iwr-PnmsulaThe. U.S. attorney's office for the district notified the court Monday that it would ask for the death penalty if Gabrion is convicted of killing fellow Newaygo County residgBLjRachel Timmerman. 19. The state banned capital punishment 150 years ago but the federal government can pursue it in some homicide cases. "To me it just seems logical that you would put to death a criminal of this nature," Velda Robinson, the victim's mother, said Tuesday. "You can't let him live." Paul Mitchell, a Grand Rapids attorney representing Gabrion. said a federal gag order prohibited him from commenting on the case. Timmerman vanished in June 1997 shortly before she was to testify against Gabrion in his rape trial in Newaygo County. Her body was discovered about a month later in Oxford Lake in Manistee National Forest, about 70 miles north of Grand Rapids. Gabrion was charged in federal court because the alleged crime took place on U.S. "government property;---- Authorities said Timmerman was still alive when she was gagged, bound with chains and cinder blocks and dropped into the water. THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY . i INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made In the conditions of a mortgage made by Richard C. Mclntyre, a single man, (original mortgagors), to Gehrke Mortgage Corporation, A Michigan Corporation, Mortgagee, dated October 11, 1995, and recorded on October 17, 1995 in Liber 1969, on Page 0607, Livingston County Records, Michigan, and was assigned by mesne assignments to Bank United, a Federally Chartered Savings Bank, Assignee, by an assignment dated . August 3, 1998, which was recorded on September 21, 1998, in Uber 2429, on Page 0535, Livingston County Records, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of SIXTY-FIVE THOUSAND SEVENTY AND 79100 dollars ($65,070.79), including Interest at 8.625 per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage wM be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public venue, at the main entrance of the Judicial Center, 204 S. Highlander Way, in the City of Howel, Michigan at 10:00 AM, on April 11, 2001. Said premises are situated In Township of Hamburg, Livingston County, Michigan, and are described as: - Lots 406 and 407 of Hiawatha Beach, as recorded in Liber 2 of Plats, Page 82, Uv-ingston County Records. The redemption period Shan be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with 1948CL 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shal be 30 days from the date of such sale. Dated: February 28, 2001 FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL: 248-593-1310, Trott ft Trott, PC, Attorneys and - Counselors, 30150 Telegraph Road, Suite 100. Bingham Farms, Ml 48025 File 200111625 Gators (2-28 4 3-7142128-01 LCP 1031577) GENOA TOWNSHIP BOARD OF REVIEW The 2001 Board of Review wiH be held at Genoa Township Hall at 2911 Don-Road, Brighton, Ml 48116 at the comer of Dorr and Crooked Lake Roads on the following times and dates: Monday, March 1 2, 2001 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, 2001 from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Thursday, March 15, 2001 from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Personal appearances will be by appointment only.. Appeals will also be received by man if postmarked on or before March 15, 2001. Please call (810) 227-5225. if you have questions or wish to make an appointment to appear before the Board of Review. DEBRA L ROJEWSK1, (2-2128 & 3-7-01 BAA.CP 1027739) GENOA TOWNSHIP DEPUTY ASSESSOR HOWELL TOWNSHIP 2001 MARCH BOARD OF REVIEW The Howel Township Board of Review wiH meet March J, 2001 at 9:00 am pursuant to MCL Sec. 211-299(1). The purpose is to receive and review the 2001 Assessment RoS. No appeals will be heard at this meeting. Taxpayer appeals wil be heard by appointment only on the following dates and limes: Monday March 12. 2001 from 9:00 am till 5:00 pm, Tuesday March 13, 2001 from 3:00 pm till 9:00 pm and Wednesday March 14, 2001 from 11:00 pm M 5.00 pm. Please cal (517) 546-2817 ext 107, 1 you have questions, or I you would fee to make an apcotntment to appear before the Board of Review. A resident or nonrestdent may protest to the Board of Review by letler. Appeals by ma! must be postmarked before midrvjrn Mach 13, 2001 midnight, AI meetings am held at the Howel Townsrap Hal, 3523 Byron Rd Howel, Ml 48843. . JAMES STOVER (2-28. 3-0102-01 LCP 1031513) TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR State Press death penalty for Michigan man ) y , i File photos by n associated press Marvin Gabrion II during his prelimimary hearing In White Cloud, Mich., District Court in back on Dec. 4, 1997. where she drowned. The victim's brother. Shane Timmerman, has said he testified in fall 1998 before a federal grand Jury that his sister told him Gabrion had threatened her life because of the rape charge. In June 1999. federal prosecutors unsealed an indictment charging Gabrion with murder. A trial date may be set during a scheduled March 9 court hearing for Gabrion, who is now In a federal prison in Milan on an unrelated fraud conviction. Several factors in Timmerman's , death justify seeking capital pun-; ishment for Gabrion, according to the death-penalty notice filed in district court. Federal prosecutors THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE JSED FOR THAT PURPOSE. ' MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Roger D. Parsed and Sherry A. Parsell. . husband and wife, (original mortgagors), to Capital Mortgage Funding, L.L.C., Mortgagee, dated January 9, 1998, and recorded on January 16, 1998 in Liber 2281, on Page 0110, Uvingston County Records, Michigan, and was assigned by said mortgagee to the Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation, Assignee, by an assignment dated January 9, 1998, which was recorded on January 16, -1998, in Liber 2281, on Page 0117, Livingston County Records, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of ONE HUNDRED SEVEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED FIFTY-SIX AND 57100 dollars ($107,356.57), including interest at 7.625 per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage wiH be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public venue, at the main entrance of the Judicial Center. 204 S. Highlander Way, in the City of Howell, Michigan at 10:00 AM, on April 11,2001. Said premises are situated in Township of Tyrone, Livingston County, Michigan, and are described as: Lots 18, 19 and 20 of Houghton's Acres, according to the recorded Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Liber 8, Pages 44 and 45, Livingston County Records. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with 1948CL 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shal be 30 days from the date of such sale. Dated: February 28, 2001 FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL: 248-593-1304, Trott & Trott, PC. Attorneys and Counselors, 30150 Telegraph Road, Suite 100, Bingham Farms, Ml 48025 File 200112576 Stallions (2-28 & 3-7142128-01 LCP 1031571) Argus i Rachel Timmerman, 1 9, left, and allege that he plotted to kill the woman and carried out the crime "In an especially heinous, cruel and depraved manner." In a letter dated Friday and filed with the notice. U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft authorized federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty. Rachel Timmerman's 1 1 -month -old daughter. Shannon VerHage, and two of the woman's acquain-: tances, Wayne Davis and John Weeks, both of Newaygo County, disappeared around the same time she did. Davis was going to testify on behalf of the woman in her rape " case. Gabrion was sentenced to five years In federal prison after being convicted in July 1998 of illegally collecting the Social Security disability payments of a Grand Rapids (SYNOPSIS) . (Note: The minutes may be viewed In their entirety at www.ganoa.org) GENOA TOWNSHIP ELECTION COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING FEBRUARY 19,2001 MINUTES. A regular meeting of trie Election Commission was called to order by Chairman Skolarus at 7:00 p.m. at the Genoa Township Hall. The following commission members were present constituting a quorum for the transaction of business: Paulene A Skolarus. Robin L Hunt and Gary McCrme. In addition there were four other persons present at the board table. .ft Moved by McCririe, supported by Hunt, to approve tie Agenda as presented. The motion carried unanimously. A can to the public was made with no response. 1. Discussion of election ofttdel and salaries scheduled tor the 2001 calendar year. The election was discussed with a decision to order more ballots for the pnmary election. 2. Recommendation to the Township Board. Moved by McCrme. supported by Hunt. ID recommend to e townshe) board approval of tie salaries and eloction officials for all elections scheduled m the calendar year 2001. The motion earned unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 7:10 p.m. GENOA TOWNSftP BOARO (Immediately following the election HitiUIES A regular meeting of tie Genoa Township Board was called to order by Supervisor McCririe at 7:10 pm. at the Genoa Township Hal. The Pledge of Allegiance was tien said. The toSowng board members were present constituting a quorum for the transaction of business: McCrme, Skolarus. Hunt, Ledtord. Smith and Combs. In addition there were Townshe Attorney Rick Hesdonen. Townshe) Manager Michael Archnal and three persons m tie auoV ence. Approved A bid for the Brighton Road bikewalk path to be constructed this spring along Brighton Road from the Brighton City emit to the entrance to RoMng Meadows SubdMswn as recommended by tie Admrasvanon Commmee. Granted Final approval of the final plat for Phase VI at Pine Creek Ridge for 50 lots, located east of Bauer and south of Brighton Road ii Section 36 as petitioned by Rrver Place Abbey and previously iporoveO by r IwisTilC BOflfii 00.1299. Approved An application lor fireworks display permit by Todd Smith of 1132 Chemung, Howes. Ml. Approved A resosjton honoring Kathy Robert-eon for her service aa metes to tie Genoa Town-shsjBoard. Approved An ameminem to tie Genoa Town-she) Employee Handbook as recommended by tw AdrrerwstraDve CommrtioB. Approved A recommendation by tie election commission conuemmg salaries and persons scheduled to work as election officials for tw 2001 calendar year. Approved The request to extend tie Manager's contract tor one moot! under tie exsang terms untt tw new contract can be negotiated Approved A teeokihon to accept mat protests from resktems for board of leview. ne vie wed The Cy of I towel Fes Departnant 2000 Annual Report Approved Appointments to SELCRA (Todd Smith). Howel Parka and Rec. (Anthony Combs) and Gypsy Moti Program (Arahony Combs). Approved Vouchers leering 1422.905 63. tw minutes of the 02-05-01 regular meeting of the board and aaked HeHunen and ArchineJ to recommend language to tie Ptanrang Commission eon-oemng key hoeng. The meeang was adjourned si 8 25 p m. PAULETTE A SKOLARUS, GENOA TOWNSHIP CLERK 02-28-01 BALCP 1030616) GENOA TOWNSHIP BOARD Of REVIEW The first meeting of the Genoa Township Board of Review wil be he'd at the Genoa Township Hal, 2911 Dorr Road, Brighton, Ml 48116, (810) 227-5225, comer of Dorr Road and Crooked Lake Roads, tor the purpose of reviewing the 2001 Assessment Hot as required by Sec 211.23(1) M C L on Tuesday, March 6, 2001 at 6:30 p.m. DEBRA L ROJEWSKI, (2-21,28 & 3-7-01 BA1CP 1027740) GENOA TOWNSHIP DEPUTY ASSESSOR her daughter, Shannon VerHage. transient, Robert Allen, who also is missing. Gabrion has not been charged in any of the four disappearances but the death-penalty notice alleges that his "conduct has resulted in the disappearance of Timmerman's daughter. Robinson, who recently remarried and moved away from Newaygo County, said she and other relatives of Timmerman had asked the U.S. attorney's office to seek the death penalty against Gabrion. . STATE OF MICHIGAN - PROBATE COURT LIVINGSTON COUNTY 44th CIRCUIT COURT FAMILY DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF Jeffrey Paul Mason, FILE NO. 00-30675-DZ, SOCIAL SECURITY NO. 366-92-7907. NOTICE: A hearing wiH be held on Monday, March 1 9, 2001 at 8:30 a.m. in the courtroom, 204 S. Highlander Way, Howell, Ml 48843, before Judge Stanley J. Latreille, P16441. ON THE PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF Jeffrey Paul Mason TO Jeffrey Paolo DeLuca. THIS CHANGE OF NAME IS NOT SOUGHT FOR FRAUDULENT INTENT. Date: 02-26-01 Jeffrey Paul Mason, Petitioner : 5877 Marchar Lane Howell, Ml 48843 734-878-3759 (2-28-01 LCP 1031509) . THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Peter Hosking and Nadia Hosking, husband and wife, (original mortgagors), to John Adams Mortgage Company, a Michigan Corporation, Mortgagee, dated February 7, 1997, and recorded on February 21, 1997 in Liber 2143, on Page 0082, Livingston County Records, Michigan, and was assigned by mesne assignments to Chase Mortgage Company West, (Aa Mellon Mortgage Company, a Colorado Corporation, Assignee, by an assignment dated November 10. 1997, which was recorded on January 27, 1998. in Liber 2286. on Page 0412, Uvingston County Records, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at (he date hereof the sum of ONE HUNDRED FIVE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED NINE AND 02100 dollars ($105,109,02), including interest at 8.500 per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage wM be foreclosed by a sale of (he mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public venue, at the main entrance of the Judicial Center, 204 S. Highlander Way, in the City of Howel, Michigan at 10:00 AM, on April 11.2001. Said premises are situated in Township of Harttand, Livingston County, Michigan, and are described as. The West one-half of the following desenbed parcel part of the Northwest quarter of Section 13, Town 3 North, Range 6 East Michigan, described as beginning at the North-West comer of said section, thence South 88 degrees 52 minutes 30 seconds East along the North line of said section 1357.50 feet; thence South 00 degrees 22 minutes 28 seconds West 322 feet; thence North 88 degrees 52 minutes 30 seconds West 1356.76 feet to the West line of said section; thence along said line North 00 degrees 14 minutes 33 seconds East 322 feet to the Point of Beginning. The redemption period shaJ be 12 months Irom tie date of such sale. Dated: February 28, 2001 FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL: 248-593-1304, Trott a Trott, PC. Attorneys and Counselors. 30150 Telegraph Road, Suite 100. Bingham Farms, Ml 48025 File 200112309 Stations (2-28 & 3-7142128-01 LCP 1031581) i

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