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i Thursday, September 16, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held before the WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on the 30 t" day of September, 2010 at 7:35 p.m. in the 2 r< floor Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, Warren County Administration Building, Indianola, Iowa. Said hearing is in regard to a special use permit application submitted by Clarke Electric Cooperative, PO Box 161, 1103 N Main, Oeceola, Iowa 50213-0161. Owner of the property in question is Dennis Walker, PO Box 113, Red Oak, Iowa 51566. A special use permit is sought from Title V, Chapter 41.02 [2][3-] of the 2008 Warren County Zoning Ordinance. Said section provides for Electrical Substations. provided that the fence surrounding the substation equipment shall be built no closer than 200 feet from any then existing residential dwelling house with 100 feet of the required separation being on the utility property and that the substation satisfies one of the bufferyard requirements of the utilities choice as drawn in the Warren County Zoning Ordinance. If granted, the special use would allow for an electrical substation to be built on property described as: Parcel D. That part of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 8, Township 75 North, Range 24 West of the 5 =" P.M., Warren County, Iowa, described as follows: Beginning at the South Quarter comer of said Section 8; thence on an assumed bearing of South 89 degrees, 46 minutes, 34 seconds West, 205.00 feet along the south line of said Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; thence North 00 degrees, 48 minutes, 34 seconds West, 254.00 feet; thence North 89 degrees, 46 minutes, 34 seconds East, 205.00 feet to the east line of said Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; thence South 00 degrees, 48 minutes, 34 seconds East, 254.00 feet to the point of beginning, having an area of 1.20 acres including 0.35 acres of Warren County Road Easement. Located in the 8400 block of Nevada Street, Indianola, Iowa 50125. The text of the application is on file in the ZONING OFFICE in the Warren County Administration Building, 301 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indianola, Iowa, and may be examined during regular office hours (Monday through Fdday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) Written comments will be accepted during regular office hours or before the hearing. Send comments to: Warren County Zoning Office, 301 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indianola, Iowa 50125 or email them to: rebertf@co.warren.ia.us Dated at Indianola, Iowa this 9" day of September, 2010. /s/Robert K. Folkestad Zoning Director OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given.that a public headng will be held before the WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on the 30 th day of September, 2010 at 8i00 p.m. in the 2 r floor Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, Warren County Administration Building, Indianola, Iowa. Said hearing is in regard to a special use permit application submitted by C&L Land Companies, LLC, 2751 Parkside Circle, Urbandale, Iowa 50322. A special use permit is sought from Title V, Chapter 41.02 [2][G] of the 2008 Warren County Zoning Ordinance. If granted, the special use would allow for eight (8) motocross/ATV races and eight (8) various practice days on property described as: Parcel C: That part of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter and the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 13, Township 75 North, Range 25 West of the 5 t" P.M., Warren County, Iowa, described as follows; Beginning at the northeast corner of said Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; thence on an assumed bearing Of South 00 degrees 07 minutes 20 seconds East, 1316.61 feet to the East Quarter comer of said Section 13; thence South 01 degrees 11 minutes 41 seconds West. 1226.32 feet along the east line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter to the centerline of South River; thence North 61 degrees 16 minutes 53 seconds West, 334.66 feet along said Centerline; thence North 03 degrees 28 minutes 22 seconds East, 772.35 feet along said Centeriine; thence North 38 degrees 28 minutes 58 seconds East, 192.02 feet along said Centedine; thence North 02 degrees 59 minutes 16 seconds East, 121.02 feet along said Centerline; thence North 16 degrees 14 minutes 15 seconds West, 764.09 feet along said Centedine; thence North 40 degrees 25 minutes 34 seconds West, 792.10 feet along said Centerline to the north line of said South- east Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; thence North 89 degrees 47 minutes 32 seconds East, 870.99 feet along said north line to the point of beginning, having on area of 19.45 acres. AND The South 40.19 acres of the W , NW and beginning at the Southwest comer of the SE 1/4, NE 1/4: Thence North 20 rods, thence East 8 rods to the place of beginning; also the E , SW : All in Section 18, Township 75 North, Range 24 West of the 5" P.M., Warren County, Iowa. (120 Acres) Located at 7451 Nixon Street, Indianola, Iowa 50125. The text of the application is on file in the ZONING OFFICE in'the Warren County Administration Building, 301 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indianola, Iowa, and may be examined during regular office hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) Wdtten comments will be accepted during regular office hours or before the hearing. Send comments to: Warren . County Zoning Office, 301 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indianola, Iowa 50125 or email them to: rebertf@co.warren.ia.us Dated at Indianola, Iowa this 9 day of September, 2010. /s/Robert K. Folkestad Zoning Director Daylight Savines Time Ends Nov. 7th When You Change Clocks It's Time To Change Batteries (NAPS)--Americans can take simple steps to protect their families from house fires. For instance, every time you change the docks for day- light-saving time, change the batteries in your smoke detec- tors. The International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) says that's the best way to keep your family safe during a home fire. Know The Risks A home fire death occurs about every three hours in the U.S., and roughly twothirds of those deaths result from fires in homes without work- ing smoke alarms. And while 96 percent of American homes have at least one smoke detec- tor, 19 percent do not have at least one that works, mostly due to missing or dead bat- teries, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). People also often disable their smoke alarms to avoid 'nuisance activations" caused by cooking fumes and steam. A safer alternative is to move the alarm farther away from kitchens or bathrooms. To help keep people safe, Energizer and the IAFC launched the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery* (CYCCYB) initiative 22 years ago. In 2009, the day to set your clocks back and change the batteries in your smoke detectors is November 1. The program also reminds fami- lies to change the batteries in their carbon monoxide detec- tors and their emergency flashlights so they are pre- pared in case a severe winter storm causes a power outage. The campaign is part of an overall family preparedness effort to keep communities safe all year long. During the fall, Energizer and the IAFC Changing the batteries in your smoke alarms when you set your clocks back can be an easy way to protect your family. will inform families about fire safety with the CYCCYB pro- gram In the spring, they will encourage communities to get prepared for natural disas- ters, such as tornadoes and hurricanes, with the Keep Safe Keep Going  program. The IAFC reminds people that the best way to protect your family in a home fire is to have a working smoke detector. And the NFPA offers these safety facts: Fire Safety Asmoke detector doubles your chances of surviving a home fire--but only if it works. Developing a family emergency escape plan can be crucial to everyone's safety. Home fire fatalities occur most often between 11 pm. and 7 a.m.--when most people are asleep and the house is darl Smoke alarms should be replaced at least every 10 years Carbon Monoxide 101 About 700 people in the U.S. die each year from unin- tentional, nonfire carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is sometimes called "the silent killer." It is colorless, odorless and tasteless. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include headache, weakness, dizzi- ness, nausea, vomiting, chest pain and confusion. A carbon monoxide detector can tell you when dangerous levels of the gas are present. Flashlight Facts Candles used for hght in the absence of electrical power cause one-third of fatal home fires. Candles are the third- leading cause of injuries from home fires, following cook- ing and heating. When your power goes out, use flashlights instead of candles. Additional Information The IAFC is a nonprofit association representing nearly 13,000 chief fire offi- cers and emergency services leaders worldwide. Its mem- bers are the world's leading experts in firefiting, emer- gency medical services, ter- rorism response, hazardous materials spills, natural dis- asters, seareh and rescue and public safety legislation. For nmre  on fire safety, visit wwwSafcorg and www.energizer.com/fireety or ca]l (703) 273-0911. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF ELECTION In accordance with the provisions of Chapters 49 and 362, 2010 Code of Iowa, I, Traci VanderLinden, Commissioner of Elections in and for the County of Warren, do hereby proclaim and give noticd the Cumming City Special Election will be held September 28, 2010 with the following office to be filled by the vote of all qualified Electors of the City: Official Ballot : J d/j Special Election - Warren County, Iowa Co=,Co,==,E,o= Tuesday, September 28, 2010 City of Cumming INSTRUC'nONS TO VOTERS To vote, darken the oval(s) completely next to your choice, like this: . Write-In: To vote for a write-in candidate, write the persoffs name on the line provided and darken the oval. Do not cross out. ff you change your mind, exchange your ballot for a new one. City of Cummlng For City Council Person To RII Vacancy Vote for no more than one. C Dave Chelsvig C_Jean Lare ( (Write-in vote,  y) ,.  ..v. The polling place for the election is as follows: Cumming Community/Harvest Church, 4225 N Birch Ave Polling placeis accessible to eldedy and handicap voters. The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Dated this the 9 t" day of September 2010. /s/Traci VanderUnden, Warren County Auditor And Commissioner of Elections In Australia, the No.1 topping for pizza is eggs. LIBRARY HOURS Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Closed Sundays (M00mo00D00-I0000Day) Experience A Delicious Taste Of South Africa (NAPS)--You can take your taste buds on a trip when you try your own South African braai (pronounced bry), or barbecue. A South African braai usually offers two main courses, so it is not uncommon to have lamb and steak, fish and chicken. The freshness of salads and veg- etables--olden enhanced with citrus--rounds out braais, which generally conclude with light, fresh and not-too- sweet desserts. South Africa is the second- largest exporter of citrus in the world and exports only the "best of the best" citrus to the U.S., guaranteeing delicious, nutritious and easy-to-peel fruit. South African-spiced Lamb Chops with Orange B6arnaise is a fresh take on a traditional dish Orange Chocolate Mousse combines two classic flavors in one deli- cious dessert, making it a ter- rific end to any meal. South African-Spiced Lamb Chops with Orange Barnaise 4 servings 4 5-oz. lamb chops Rub: 1 tablespoon black peppercorns 2 tablespoons whole eorlander seeds 1 tablespoon whole cumin seeds 'h cup sugar 1 tablespoon salt muee: % cup white wine vinegar % eup white wine 3 tablespoons minced slmllot '/, cup juice from 2 SouthAfriean oranges 1 tsp. orange zest 9. tablespoons fresh chopped tarragon 3 large egg yolks 2 sticks of unsalted butter, melted and clarified pinch of salt and white pepper Prepare Rub: Place whole spices into coffee grinder and pulse until ground. Mix with sugar and =da Spread nm on a plate and press both sides of lamb chops into rub to coal Prepare Sauce: Place vinegar, wine, shallots, orange juice, orange zest, '/, of tarragon leave salt and pepper into saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer over medium heat until the mixture is reduced to 2 tablespoons. Let stand Place the reduction sauce into a blender with egyon andph ofsa Blend for 20 seeond With blender on, slowly pour the clarified butter into the blender. Pour into bowl and blend with remaining tarragon Ieave Pour into sauceboat and keep at room temperature until serving. Prepare Lamb Chops: Preheat grill with very high heat. Place lamb chops on grill for 2 min- utes to sear one side. Flip and sear other side for 2 minutes. Turn heat down to medium heat and con- tinue grilling until inter- nal temperature reaches 135F. (about 3 minutes). Place chops on serving platter and let stand for 5 minutes before serving. Ladle orange barnaise sauce over lamb chops for serving. Orange Chocolate Mousse 6 servings 4 large eggs, separated % cup sugar '/, stick unsalted but- ter, cut into pieces '/ cup fresh orange juice (run through sieve, no pulp) 2 tablespoons Grand Marnier liqueur 6 oz. bittersweet chocolate, coarsely chopped 2 oz. semisweet chocolate, coarsely chopped 1 South African orange for garnish Prepare Chocolate: Prepare a double boiler set over simmering water. Whisk eg yolks % of su butter and orange juice in top of double boiler. Whisk constantly until ther- monzet inserted into mix- ture reaches 160F. (about 3-4 minutes). Add choco- late and stir until melted and smooth. Turn off heat. Whisk in Grand Marnier. Leave mixture over water. Prepare Mousse: Beat egg whites in a mixer until soft peaks form. Add remaining sugar gradually and con- tinue beating until stiff peaks form. Fold beaten egg white mixture into chocolate mixture a third at a time. Chocolate mix- ture will begin to lighten. Divide mousse into 6 martlul gtussea Chin for at least 3 houra Garnish with orange slices for service For more recipes, facts and tips, visit www.summer citrus.corn or find South African Summer Citrus on Facebook. If you try the recipes, you're invited to share your stories, photos and your own recipes on the Facebook page.