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,N,.. Thursday, April 25, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Fifteen SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. A__pril 10 1000 block of Hwy 65/ 69, Jeronimo Garcia- Garcia, 26, Des Moines, was arrested for OWL April 11" 8000 block of Warren Drive, a Greenfield Plaza resident reported harass- ment. April 14 Rural Norwalk resident reported finding two indi- viduals in his house; inves- tigation continues. April 15 400 block of Border Street, resident reported that his vehicle was taken without permission, i-te recovered the vehicle him- self the same date with $500 damage. ACCIDENTS April 7 - 2:38 p.m.: Ve- hicle driven by Winford Morris, 57, Indianola, was driving Southbound while pulling a trailer loaded with large logs. The trailer began to sway back and forth until it pulled the rear of the pickup toward the East shoulder. The trailer'rolled in the median and pulled loose from the back of the pickup. April 16 - 4:51 p.m.: Vehicle driven by Montez Johnson, 19, Des Moines, stated that the car began to skid and he lost control. "The car ended up between two trees in the North ditch. April 17 - 6:41 a.m.: Ve- hicle driven by Corinna Pilat, 22, Indianola, was driving Southbound on 118th Avenue when a deer jumped out of the East ditch and ran in front of her car. April 17 - 8:15 a.m.: Ve- hicle driven by Irene Coffman, 56, Indianola, was driving Northbound on R63 Highway and com- ing around a curve in the road. Because of the rain and water on the road, her car hydroplaned off into the East ditch. April 18 - 10:30 a.m.: Vehicle driven by Evelyn Halterman, 58, Indianola, was Northbound on Hwy 65/69 in the inside lane. Vehicle driven by Velma Alcorn, 78, Carlisle, was on the outside shoulder and reentered the high- wa3 then turned left from the right lane in front of the Halterman vehicle. Both vehicles came to rest with the passenger side of both vehicles against each other. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy and Sale WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PO BOX 337, INDIANOLA, IA 50125 (515) 961-1122 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA ) DoCket No. (Sale No.) 13-1578(1) ) SS Court No. EQCV0300 WARREN COUNTY ) NOTICE OF LEVY PLAINTIFF: crrlMORTGAGE VS. DEFENDANT: BROWN, CHAD ERIC DEFENDANT: CACV OF COLORADO LLC DEFENDANT: SUNSET DENTAL PROFESSIONALS As a result of the Judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was Issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) rights, title, and Interest In Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: PARCEL "B" OF THE SURVEY OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP 76 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST OF THE 5TH P.M., WARREN COUNTY, IOWA, AS SHOWN IN THE IRREGULAR PLAT BOOK 7 PAGE 8 OF 76-25 IN THE OFFICE OF THE WARREN COUNTY RECORDER Street Address: 5356 92 HWY, PROLE, IOWA The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale Time of Sale Place of SalA 05/30/2013 10:00 AM Warren County Courthouse East Doors X This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropdata notice, if applicable. Judgment Amt Costs Accmlno Costs Interest Attomev $177,922.85 $684.05 PLUS 6.5% of $174,372.85 THEODORE R. BOECKER from 09/08/2011 = (515) 222-9400 $19,563.20 Date Sheriff 04/15/2013 Brian S. Vos OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy and Sale WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PO BOX 337, INDIANOLA, IA 50125 (515) 961-1122 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA ) Docket No. (Sale No.) 13-1563(1) ) ss Court No. EQCV033942 WARREN COUNTY ) NO'ICE OF LEVY PLAINTIFF: THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON VS. DEFENDANT: SHUFF, SONDRA As a result of the judgment rendered In the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) dghts, title, and interest in Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: LOT 9, BLOCK 2, MCCORD ESTATES, INDIANOLA, WARREN COUNTY, IOWA Street Address: 401 W 17TH AVE., INDIANOLA, IOWA 50125 The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Data of Sale Time of Sale Place of Sale 05130/2013 10:00 AM Warren County CourthotJse East Doors X This sale not subject to redemption. Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review, specific previsions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Jud_ament Amt Costs Accruino Costs Interest Attor $35,165.43 $285.00 PLUS 6.75% of $33,940.43 BRIAN G SAYER from 05/09/2012 = (319) 232-3304 $2,422.79 Date Shedff 04/15/2013 Bdan S. Vos Leopold Selected as Polk County Conservation Deputy Director At their monthly meet- ing Wednesday; April 10, the Polk County Conserva- tion Board selected Rich- ard Leopold as the new Deputy Director. Mr. Leopold is currently the Executive Director for Dickinson County Conser- vation Board in northwest Iowa. "I am honored to be joining the staff of the Polk County Conservation Board. The Board's mis- sion of providing quality outdoor recreation, con- servation education and long term protection of our natural heritage has also long been my per- sonal career's mission. There has been much ac- complished by the Polk County Conservation Board. I believe there is a bright future ahead and I am excited about continu- Richard Leopold ing this journey with the citizens of Polk County," stated Leopold after ac- cepting the position. Prior to his current em- ployment in Dickinson County, Leopold served as the Assistant Regional Di- rector for Science Applica- tions within the Midwest Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service where he provided leadership, di- rection and coordination in the development, and execution of high-priority science activities, includ- ing those involving cli- mate change, adaptive re- sources management and landscape conservation. Leopold will begin his new Deputy Director po- sition during the middle of May. Polk County Conser- vation manages 20 parks, wildlife areas and recre- ational ails totaling more than 12,000 acres. Their mission is to provide the citizens of Polk County with quality outdoor rec- reation, conservation edu- cation and the long-term protection of Polk County's natural heritage. For more information, go online to www.leadingyou outdoors.org. [ Vote YES for jobs on May 7tl00 Warren County residents will gothe polls on May 7 t" to cast their support for a I proposed casino, hotel, bowling alley and events center near Norwalk. For the past several weeks, Warren County Development officials, community leaders and volunteers have shared information, regarding the proposed development, with residents across the county. As May 7thnears, Wild Rose Entertainment Chairman Gary Kirke sat down for an interview to address concerns regarding the development and the opportunities it holds for Warren County. Question: How will the casino development impact Warren County? Mr. Kirke: Wild Rose Entertainment has agreed to give 4.5 percent to a Warren County non-profit board that has yet to be formed. It was decided by the current organizations and Warren County Economic Development how the projected $4.5 million, which is 4,5 perceot of. the pTojected.10,lionin revenues, will be split. Wild Rose has a proven track record of giving back to tie community. In Emmetsburg, we have distributed more than $7.2 million throughout Palo Alto County since olSening in 2006. Question: Why should Warren County residents vote yes for the proposed development on May 7th? Mr. Kirke: We are excited about the new opportunities this presents. The development would create 600 new jobs that come with a benefit package for employees. Proceeds from gaming could help cities keep property taxes from rising in order to meet constant infrastructure needs. Schools can benefit from additional money to enhance the students' learning experience. We are asking for and woulcJ sincerely appreciate your "Yes" vote on May 7 . We look forward to partnering with our Warren County neighbors, their cities and their schools and playing a role in creating more opportunities in their futures. Question: While Iowa continues its economic recovery, there have been concerns raised by the proposed development's opponents who have said areas with casinos experience higher unemployment rates than areas without a casino. Is this an accurate statement? Mr. Kirke: That is one reason I wanted to address some of the misinformation being circulated about this project. For many of our Iowa communities where casinos are located, they are in urban areas such as Des Moines, Davenport, Burlington and Dubuque. These urban areas traditionally have higher unemployment. Many of these communities have factories and industries close for various reasons such as relocating to another state or country due to economic reasons or the sale to another company. However, when you focus on the impact that casinos have in their respective communities, they are very beneficial. Our Wild Rose facility in Emmetsburg plays a significant role in keeping the unemployment rate below the state average. If wasn't for our Wild Rose facility employing more than 250 people, that unemployment rate would be higher. When people go to the polls on May 7 h and vote yes for good jobs, .nearly 600 new jobs will be created in Warren County, which will drive its unemployment levels down. Question: Would a new casino increase criminal activity in Warren County? Mr. Kirke: That is a common concern that is raised, but again these rates are driven by one key factor: location, location, location. This isn't Las Vegas, Atlantic City or Detroit. It's Iowa, Even Sheriff McCarthy has said Prairie Meadows does not burden the Polk County Sheriff's Department "whatsoever regarding criminal activity, inside or out/' Warren County will not see a crime wave as a result of a new casino. Question: Do casinos have an adverse impact on existing businesses in their communities? Mr. Kirke: I have seen the National Gambling Impact Study, and in Las Vegas or Atlantic City that may be case. Close to home, it is quite the opposite. In Emmetsburg, they have seen the addition of several new businesses. I have heard from numerous people interested in developing near the proposed Warren County facility once we receive voter approval and begin construction. We will support Iowa and local companies. In fact, 96 percent of the vendors for the casino, hotel and events center witl be from within the state. PAID FOR BY WARREN COUNTY CITIZENS FOR GOOD JOBS