Details for NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
To be sold for cash at
Trustee's Sale on the 4th day
of January, 2019, at 1:30 o'clock p.m., at the front door of
the Richland County Courthouse, Sidney, Montana is the
following property:
Legal Description is Exhibit A;
together with all buildings, fixtures and improvements thereon and all water rights, rightsof-way, easements, rents, issues, profits, income, tenements, hereditaments, privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging, used or enjoyed with said property, or
any part thereof.
Gary L. Jackson and Constance F. Jackson, as Grantors,
conveyed the above-described
property to Richland County
Title, LLC, as Trustee, to secure an obligation owed to
Stockman Bank of Montana, as
Beneficiary, by Trust Indenture,
January 14, 2015, and recorded January 20, 2015, in Book
262, on Page 677, under Document No. 588237, records of
the Clerk and Recorder of
Richland County, Montana.
The Trustee in the Trust Indenture was replaced by a Successor Trustee, namely, Mark E.
Noennig, the undersigned.
The default in the obligation,
the performance of which is
secured by the aforementioned
Trust Indenture, and for which
default this foreclosure is
made, is the failure by the
Grantor, or other person owing
an obligation, or by their successors-in-interest, to pay the
monthly installments of
$1,934.00 each due thereunder
on the 1st day of each of the
months of February, 2018,
through August, 2018, which
is applied to principal and interest and to an escrow account if established for other
obligations under the Trust Indenture, late charges which are
5.00% of all principal and interest more than 15 days in arrears, currently $578.69, attorneys fees and foreclosure
costs, currently $2,013.00, advances for property protection,
currently $40.00, for a current
total default of $16,169.69; together with accruing late
charges, advances, and expenses of foreclosure, including attorney's fees and costs.
There is presently owed on the
obligation secured by the Trust
Indenture the principal sum of
$294,086.34 plus interest
thereon at the rate of 5.0000%
per annum from the 1st day of
January, 2018, until paid, or
$40.2858 per day, currently a
total of $9,064.31, late

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NOTICE OF WATER RATE INCREASE AND PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on November 5, 2018, the City Council of the City of Sidney, Montana (the “City”), adopted a Resolution
of Intention of the City of Sidney, Montana to Increase Rates for the Users of the Municipal Water System.
The City currently charges users of the Water System a monthly base rate charge and a monthly usage charge for the use or availability
of water on all connections to the Water System (the “Monthly Water Rate Charge”) as follows:
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL – WATER RATES

Meter
EDU
Gallons
Base Rate
Size Multiplier (included in base rate)
3/4”
1
3,000
$18.00
1”
1.79
5,370
$32.22
1 ½”
4
12,000
$72.00
2”
7.14
21,420
$128.52
3”
16
48,000
$288.00
4”
28.57
85,710
$514.26

Usage Charge
$1.80/1,000 gallons over base
$1.80/1,000 gallons over base
$1.80/1,000 gallons over base
$1.80/1,000 gallons over base
$1.80/1,000 gallons over base
$1.80/1,000 gallons over base

In addition, the City charges users of the Water System in North Meadow the same base rates and usage charges as shown above
per user per month, plus a repayment fee of $13.70 per user per month. For a user with a ¾” meter size, the monthly base rate, which
includes the repayment fee of $13.70 per month, is $31.70 (the “North Meadow Water Rate”).
[The City also charges a bulk water fee of $1.00 per 100 gallons of water.]
Effective for the January 2019 usage, the City proposes that the water bill reflects an increase to the Monthly Water Rate Charge
as shown below:
PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL – WATER RATES

Meter
EDU
Gallons
Base Rate
Size Multiplier (included in base rate)
3/4”
1
3,000
$21.98
1”
1.79
5,370
$39.34
1 ½”
4
12,000
$87.92
2”
7.14
21,420
$156.94
3”
16
48,000
$351.68
4”
28.57
85,710
$627.97

Usage Charge
$3.63/1,000 gallons over base
$3.63/1,000 gallons over base
$3.63/1,000 gallons over base
$3.63/1,000 gallons over base
$3.63/1,000 gallons over base
$3.63/1,000 gallons over base

In addition, the City proposes to increase simultaneously the North Meadow Water Rate by using the same rates and charges as
shown above plus a $13.70 per EDU per month repayment fee. For a North Meadow user with a ¾” meter size, the monthly base rate
would be $35.68. In addition, the usage charge is proposed to be increased to $3.63 per 1,000 gallons of water used over the gallons
of water used per month in the applicable Base Rate.
The City also proposes to increase the bulk water fee by $.21/100 gallons of water.
For a standard residential or commercial user with a ¾”-meter using 4,000 gallons of water per month, the proposed Monthly Water
Rate Charge represents an increase of approximately 29% over the current Monthly Water Rate Charge. For a user in North Meadow
using 4,000 gallons of water per month, the proposed North Meadow Water Rate represents an increase of approximately 17% over the
current North Meadow Water Rate.
The Council also proposes to implement an annual increase to the then-current standard Water Base Rate and the then-current North
Meadow Water Rate and to add thereto a capital expenses charge over each of the next four fiscal years (beginning in fiscal year June
30, 2020). The Usage Charge would remain unchanged.
PROPOSED ANNUAL WATER RATE INCREASES FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020, 2021, 2022, AND 2023

2020
$ 21.98
$ 3.51
$ 25.49

Base Rate per EDU
Capital Expenses per EDU
Total
Meter Size
3/4”
1”
1 ½”
2
3
4

EDU
1
1.79
4
7.14
16
28.57

$ 25.49
$ 45.63
$ 101.96
$ 182.00
$ 407.85
$ 728.26

2021
$ 25.49
$ 2.08
$ 27.57

2022
$ 27.57
$ 2.25
$ 29.82

$ 27.57
$ 49.35
$ 110.28
$ 196.86
$ 441.13
$ 787.70

$ 29.82
$ 53.38
$ 119.28
$ 212.92
$ 477.14
$ 851.99

2023
$ 29.82
$ 6.60
$ 36.42
$ 36.42
$ 65.19
$ 145.68
$ 260.04
$ 582.72
$ 1,040.5

PROPOSED ANNUAL NORTH MEADOW WATER RATE INCREASES FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020, 2021, 2022, AND 2023

2020
$ 35.68
$ 3.51
$ 39.19

Base Rate per EDU
Capital Expenses per EDU
Total
Meter Size
3/4”
1”
1 ½”
2
3
4

EDU
1
1.79
4
7.14
16
28.57

$ 39.19
$ 70.15
$ 156.76
$ 279.82
$ 627.05
$ 1,119.67

2021
$ 39.19
$ 2.08
$ 41.27
$ 41.27
$ 73.87
$ 165.08
$ 294.67
$ 660.33
$ 1,119.11

2022
$ 41.27
$ 2.25
$ 43.52
$ 43.52
$ 77.90
$ 174.08
$ 310.74
$ 696.34
$ 1,243.40

2023
$ 43.52
$ 6.60
$ 50.12
$ 50.12
$ 89.71
$ 200.48
$ 357.86
$ 801.92
$ 1,431.93

102608

TO: BRANDON CURTIS,
GREETINGS:
By virtue of an Order of the
Seventh Judicial District Court,
Richland County, State of Montana, in a civil action to obtain
an Order for Stepparent Adoption of Minor Child R.R.W. and
Order for Termination of
Parental Rights of Brandon
Curtis, the natural father of the
minor child R.R.W., it appears
by such Order that personal
service on you could not be
made because of your absence
from the State of Montana. If
you object to the Petition for
Stepparent Adoption of Minor
Child R.R.W. and Petition for
Termination of Parental Rights
of Brandon Curtis (hereinafter
Petition) you are required to
Respond to the Petition within
twenty-one (21) days after the
service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service, by
serving an answer upon Joel G.
Krautter, of Netzer Law Office,
P.C., attorney for Petitioner,
whose office is located at 1060
S. Central Ave., Ste. 2, Sidney,
Richland County, State of Montana, 59270.
The Answer must have a denial of any or all of the facts in
the Petition that you believe to
be untrue. The Answer must
also have plain, direct statements of any facts that make
up a defense. Any facts in the
Petition that you do not deny in
the Answer will be considered
admitted. If you do not file an
Answer by the deadline set
forth herein, the Petitioner may
ask the Court to enter a judgment against you by default.
You must file your answer and
proof of service in duplicate
with the Clerk of Court at the
Seventh Judicial District Court,
Richland County Law & Justice
Center, 300 12th Ave. NW, Ste.
3, Sidney, Richland County,
State of Montana, 59270, in
accordance with the rules of
Court. Service is deemed
complete on the last day of
publication.
GIVEN under my hand this
22nd day of October,
2018, at the hour of
3:00, o'clock.
Clerk of Court Janice Klempel
MNAXLP Publish October
31st, November 7th, and 14th

7S

On December 3, 2018, commencing at 6:30 p.m., at the City Hall located at 115 2nd Street SE, in Sidney, Montana, the
Council will conduct a public hearing and pass upon all protests against the proposed water rate increase.
Further information about the proposed rate increase may be obtained by contacting Greg Anderson, City Utilities Manager of
the City of Sidney, at (406) 433-2809.
Done by Order of the City Council of the City of Sidney, Montana, this 5th day of November, 2018.
Publish:
Mail:

/s/ Jessica Redfield
City Clerk-Treasurer

November 14, November 21, and November 28, 2018
November 14, 2018

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96692

SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14 2018

XNLV310155

MONTANA SEVENTH (7TH)
JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT,
RICHLAND COUNTY
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ADOPTION OF R.R.W.,
A minor child,
by TYLER JAMES GOSS,
Petitioner.
CAUSE NO. DA-18-2
Hon. Katherine M. Bidegaray

Classifieds

93658

Legal

January, 2018, until paid, or
$40.2858 per day, currently a
total of $9,064.31, late
charges, advances for property
protection, and escrow shortages, currently, $2,691.44, attorneys fees and costs, currently $2,013.00, for a current
total indebtedness of
$307,855.09. Other expenses
to be charged against the sale
proceeds include accruing late
charges, escrow shortages, if
any, attorney's fees and costs,
and expenses of foreclosure
and sale.
The Beneficiary has elected to
sell the above-described property to satisfy the aforementioned obligation and has instructed the undersigned
Trustee to do so. The sale is a
public sale and any person, including the beneficiary, excepting only the Trustee, may bid
at the sale. The bid price must
be paid in cash. The conveyance will be by a Trustees
Deed, made as is, without representations or warranties, express or implied, including
warranties of title, possession
or encumbrances. The purchaser shall be entitled to possession of the property on the
10th day following the sale.
The sale may be postponed up
to 15 days for any reason by
public proclamation at the
scheduled sale. If there is a
stay by bankruptcy or court order, the sale may be postponed
up to 30 days at a time by public proclamation, for a total of
no more than 120 days.
The grantor, successor in interest to the grantor, or any
other person having an interest
in the property, at any time prior to the Trustees Sale, may
pay to the beneficiary the entire
amount then due under the
Trust Indenture and the obligation secured thereby (including
costs and expenses actually incurred and attorneys fees) other than such portion of the
principal as would not then be
due had no default occurred
and thereby cure the default
theretofore existing.
THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT; ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE
USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
DATED this 14th day of
August, 2018.
MARK E. NOENNIG, Trustee
P.O. Box 2502
208 North Broadway, Suite
324 Billings, Montana 591032502
STATE OF MONTANA
: vs.
County of Yellowstone
On this 14th day of August,
2018, before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public for the
State of Montana, personally
appeared MARK E. NOENNIG,
known to me to be the person
whose name is subscribed to
the foregoing instrument and
acknowledged to me that he
executed the same in his capacity as Trustee.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my Notarial Seal the day
and year first above written
SARAH LACEY ROSE
MNAXLP Publish October 31st,
November 7th, and 14th, 2018.

XNLV290715

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