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Thursday, March 26, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Fifteen PROUDLY WELCOMING: Barton Hawley, Realtor To RE/MAX American Dream Realty "wm , .. American Dream Realty 515-432-4745 BHawley@remax.net Barton brings extensive experience as a financial professional which includes the valuation and sale of businesses. In addition, Barton has been deeply involved in agriculture and understands farms and 1424 Sunset Dr Norwalk,/A 50211 Office: 981-0022 acreages. So when considering the sale or .-mI- . purchase of your home, land or commercial Eactlofficeindependentlyowned and operated ......... property, give Barton a call at 515-432-4745 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION - Take notice that on the 15th day of April, 2015 at 12pm, The Wright Storage at 150 W Wright Road, Norwalk, Iowa 50211 will sell at public auction (www.storagebattles.com) to the highest bidder the follow- ing items: personal, household, and miscellaneous items to satisfy the lien for defaulted and unpaid storage fees, etc., made there-on and with respect there- to said property stored in the name of Douglas Glenn. ALL bids must be submit- ted through www.storagebattles.com. Anyone having a legal claim and an inter- est in the goods may pay the storage fees and redeem the items before the sale. We reserve the fight to reject any and all bids.(421 ). Call 911 for emergencies! OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Regular Session March 9, 2015 The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. Directors Present-Katherine Schmidt, Rick Kaul, George Meinecke, Justin Fletcher, and Mafibeth Wright. The following motions were made, sac- onded, and approved: Approved the consent agenda as amended. Approved the Juicebox Interactive proposal to 10uUd a new Norwalk District website. Approve Dorsey & Whitney LLP as Bond Counsel and Disclosure Counsel in connection with the issuance of the Series 2015 General Obligation School Refunding Bonds. Approved a resolution for the refi- nancing of Sedes 2005 G O School Con- struction Bonds and to set the bond sale date for Monday, March 30, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at the District's Administrative Office, 380 Wright Road, Norwalk, Iowa 50211. Approved the application to partici- pate in the FoedBank of Iowa BackPack Program~ The meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m. Official minutes will be available follow- ing board approval. Kate Baldwin, Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION - Take notice that on the 15th day of April, 2015 at 12pm, The Wright Storage at 150 W Wright Road, Norwalk, Iowa 50211 will sell at public auction (www.storagebattles.com) to the highest bidder the follow- ing items: personal, household, and miscellaneous items to satisfy the lien for defaulted and unpaid storage fees, etc., made there-on and with respect there- to said property stored in the name of Douglas Glenn. ALL bids must be submit- ted through www.storagebattles.com. Anyone having a legal claim and an inter- est in the goods may pay the storage fees and redeem the items before the sale. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids.(423). OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED URBAN RENEWAL PLAN AMENDMENT Notice is Hereby Given: That at 6 o'clock p.m., at the Norwalk City Council Chambers, 705 North Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa, on April 2, 2015, the City Council of the City of Norw&lk, Iowa, will hold a public hearing on the question of amend- ing the urban renewal plan for the Norwalk Urban Renewal Area to facilitate the undertaking of new urban renewal projects in the Norwalk Urban Renewal Area consisting of: (1) using tax increment financing to support the FY'16 Urban Renewal Administration Program; (2) using tax increment financing to support the City's Gateway Project, including the installation of promotional community signage; (3) using tax increment financing to support the installation of public infrastructure improvements related to commercial development; (4) using tax increment financing to support the construction of regional storm water man- agement improvements; (5) using tax increment financing to support the con- struction of recreation trail improvements. STAN GUSTAFSON Concluded from p.10 sent to the Senate for its consideration. I voted for HF549 because I think the arbitrator should have more flex- ibility in reaching a compromise so that both parties have an agreement which is nearer to the agreement sought and which takes into consideration local conditions and economy. I continue to receive correspondence and input at my forums about the Supplemental State Aid for schools. We are still awaiting information as to estimated income for this year and whether the budget will need to be revised. If you would like information as to how much teachers, superintendents and principals make for your school district as well as other data about our schools, I encourage you to go to the Department of Education's website: http://ia-sb.org/HumanResources. aspx?id=10770. I was particularly interested in the break- down of number of students in each class, number of full-time teachers and teacher-student ratio. According to the website, there were 475,716 students enrolled in our schools statewide, with 33,831.04 full-time teach- ers, making a ratio of 14.06 students per each teacher. I was pleased to be able to introduce the Earlham Cardinals' basketball team to the Legislature. They went to the State tournament for the first time in school his- tory and finished third. They also won the Sportsman- ship award. Go Cardinals! Forum: Senator Garrett and I will be attending a Fo- rum at the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Winterset Saturday, March 28, at 9 a.m. Plan on attending if you are able. You can find my webpage under the "Our Mem- bers" tab at www.iowahouserepublicans.com. The first long-distance roads in Europe---including England--were built by Imperial Rome for its legions. Some of these still serve as the basis for modern roads. A copy of the amendment is on file for public inspection tin the office of the City Clerk At said hearing any interested person may file written objections or comments and may be heard orally with respect to the subject matters of the hearing. Marketa Oliver City Manager Modern airplanes are monoplanesmairplanes with one wing on each side of the fuselage. They may be high-wing, mid-wing or low-wing, depending on where the wings are on the fuselage. Helping You Stay Active & Vibrant. Regency Assisted Living has been a respected part of the Norwalk community for more than 40 years. We offer a complete range of services and amenities, all with the goal of helping residents stay as active and vibrant as possible. Services offered: One- and two-bedroom apartments Three delicious meals per day On-site therapy program providing physical, occupational & speech therapies Medication Management & Round the clock care from certified nursing staff and licensed RN Housekeeping Laundry service Private dining area for private parties or special occasions Robust activities calendar Call Patty at (515) 423 -8461 at Regency Assisted Living today for more information. You'll be glad you did!