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December 3, 2016

In accordance with ACT 576 of 1987 of the acts of Arkansas, and pursuant to the security agreements between Dynamic Storage and the following tenants occupying storage space number:
059 Roger L. Harrison
078 Laura L. Snyder
The collateral securing the above named Tenant's obligations to Dynamic Storage will be sold at a public sale to be held on the 10th day of December, 2016 at 10:30am.
The location of the sale is
2809 So. 1st Street
Rogers, AR 72758
Telephone 479-845-1050
73950032 Dec 3, 2016

December 3, 2016

IF UNCLAIMED, the following will sell in 45 days
2015 RX-50 SCOOTER BLACK
L5YACBPA5G1123361
To claim, bring proof of ownership to NWA Towing and Recovery, Inc., 1481 W. Van Asche, Fayetteville, AR 72704, 479-966-4869.
73952721 Dec 3, 2016

December 3, 2016

Author: Michael Hutchens
Sponsor: Budget Committee
Item No: 16-I-93
Ordinance No.: 16-OR-59
BUDGET ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS THE PERIOD BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2017 AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2017.
ARTICLE 1: ANNUAL BUDGET ADOPTED BY REFERENCE. The annual budget for the calendar year 2017, identified as the 2017 ANNUAL BUDGET, PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, is adopted by reference. A copy of this ordinance and the referenced budget will be filed in the office of the Circuit/County Clerk and will be available for inspection by any person during normal working hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday).
General Fund (1000) – Available for Appropriation$83,856,993
Recommended Fund Reserve$8,385,693
General Fund Appropriation$70,577,523
Road & Bridge Fund (2000) – Available for Appropriation$28,146,141
Recommended Fund Reserve$2,814,614
Road & Bridge Fund Appropriation$20,272,806
Sanitation Fund (7001) – Available for Appropriation$7,397,997
Recommended Fund Reserve$739,799
Sanitation Fund Appropriation$4,483,332
Assessor Fund (1801) – Available for Appropriation$7,401,253
Recommended Fund Reserve$740,125
Assessor Fund Appropriation$6,868,298
Assessor Real Property Reappraisal (3011) – Available for Appropriation$1,612,216
Recommended Fund Reserve$161,221
Assessor Real Property Reappraisal Appropriation$1,378,967
Treasurer / Collector Fund (1803) – Available for Appropriation$487,008
Recommended Fund Reserve$41,700
Treasurer / Collector Fund Appropriation$430,975
Vol. Fire Protection Fund (6016) – Available for Appropriation$60,000
Recommended Fund Reserve $0
Vol. Fire Protection Fund Appropriation$60,000
District Court Probation Fund (3027) – Available for Appropriation$158,454
Recommended Fund Reserve$15,845
District Court Probation Fund Appropriation $0
Boating & Safety Fund (3019) – Available For Appropriation$81,243
Recommended Fund Reserve$8,124
Boating & Safety Fund Appropriation$62,139
Drug Control (State) Fund (3015) – Available for Appropriation$384,066
Recommended Fund Reserve$38,406
Drug Control (State) Fund Appropriation$0
9-1-1 Revenue Fund (3409) – Available for Appropriation$950,000
Recommended Fund Reserve $0
9-1-1 Revenue Fund Appropriation$950,000
Drug Seizure (Federal) Fund (3402) – Available for Appropriation$416,250
Recommended Fund Reserve$41,652
Drug Seizure (Federal) Fund Appropriation$0
County Recorder’s Cost Fund (3006) – Available for Appropriation$3,189,333
Recommended Fund Reserve$318,933
County Recorder’s Cost Fund Appropriation$2,230,184
Treasurer’s Automation Fund (3000) – Available for Appropriation$1,912,400
Recommended Fund Reserve$191,240
Treasurer’s Automation Fund Appropriation$168,200
Collector’s Automation Fund (3001) – Available for Appropriation$3,295,083
Recommended Fund Reserve$329,508
Collector’s Automation Fund Appropriation$1,314,000
Collector Salary and Expense Fund (1804) – Available for Appropriation$3,886,802
Recommended Fund Reserve$388,680
Collector Salary and Expense Appropriation$0
Act 1256 Justice Administration Fund (6010) – Available for Appropriation$3,573,894
Recommended Fund Reserve$357,389
Act 1256 Justice Administration Fund Appropriation $0
Communication Facility Fund (3014) – Available for Appropriation$1,667,716
Recommended Fund Reserve$166,771
Communication Facility Fund Appropriation$0
Emergency Reserve Fund (1805) – Available for Appropriation$7,600,000
Recommended Fund Reserve$7,600,000
Emergency Reserve Fund Appropriation $0
Employee Self Insured Fund (1002) – Available for Appropriation$343,999
Recommended Fund Reserve$343,999
Employee Self Insured Fund Appropriation$0
Regional Detention Act 1188 of 2003 Fund (3403) - Available for Appropriation$2,114,549
Recommended Fund Reserve$211,454
Regional Detention Act 1188 of 2003 Fund Appropriation$1,201,200
Public Safety Reserve Fund (3404) – Available for Appropriation$1,200,000
Recommended Fund Reserve$1,200,000
Public Safety Reserve Fund Appropriation$0
Capitol Maintenance & Tech. Reserve Fund (1806) – Available for Appropriation $2,000,952 Recommended Fund Reserve$2,000,952
Capitol Maintenance & Technology Fund Appropriation $0
Vending Machine Commission Fund (3400) – Available for Appropriation$27,720
Recommended Fund Reserve$2,772
Vending Machine Fund Appropriation $0
Grant Funds (3501-3617 & 6100-6113) – Available for Appropriation$8,211,116
Recommended Fund Reserve Grant Fund Appropriation$8,188,950
Clerk Collection Cost Fund (3408) – Available for Appropriation$78,794
Recommended Fund Reserve$7,879
Clerk Collection Cost Appropriation$40,000
Clerk Commission Fund (3039) – Available for Appropriation$71,236
Recommended Fund Reserve$4,832
Clerk Commission Appropriation$65,000
Central Arkansas Library (3008) – Projected for Distribution$2,300,000
Recommended Reserve $0
Central Arkansas Library Distribution$2,300,000
ARTICLE 2: SEVERABILITY. If any part of this Ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of the Ordinance.
ARTICLE 3: REPEALER. All laws and parts of law in conflict with this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 11/23/16
APPROVED: /s/Barry Hyde
DATE: 11-23-16
73952170f

December 3, 2016

ECKIE’S TOWING AND RECOVERY 4719 ASPEN DR. N.L.R. AR 72118 (501) 753-7273 HAVE THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES STORED IN THEIR POSSESSION BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE PROPERTY OWNER OR POLICE AGENCY DUE TO ACCIDENT, ABANDONMENT, ARREST, ETC. IF NOT CLAIMED WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION THESE VEHICLES WILL BE DISMANTLED, DESTROYED OR SOLD AT A PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AS REQUIRED BY ACT 1000; OR ACT 841, TOWING, STORAGE AND ADMINISTRATIVE COST ARE ACCRUING AS LEGAL LIABILITY OF THE OWNER/LIENHOLDER(S). ECKIE’S TOWING AND RECOVERY HAS A FIRST PRIORITY LIEN HOLDER POSSESSORY LIEN AGAINST SAID VEHICLES FOR ALL SUCH CHARGES. THE OWNER LIEN HOLDER(S) SHOULD MAKE IMMEDIATE ARRANGEMENTS TO RETAKE POSSESSION OF SAID VEHICLE BY APPEARING, PROVIDING PROOF OF OWNERSHIP, VALID IDENTIFICATION AND PAYING ALL CHARGES. FAILURE TO RECLAIM VEHICLE AND ITS CONTENTS WITHIN THE PRESCRIBED CONSTITUTES A WAIVER BY THE OWNER AND THE LIENHOLDER(S) OF ALL RIGHTS, TITLE AND INTEREST IN THE VEHICLE AND ITS CONTENTS AND CONSTITUTES THEIR CONSENT TO THE SALE, DISMANTLING OR DECONSTRUCTION OF THE VEHICLE AND ITS CONTENTS.
2003 CADILLAC
1G6DM57N130141865
2004 EXPLORER
1FMZU63K64ZA48935
2000 MUSTANG
1FAFP4040YF145912
73951507f

December 3, 2016

PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE
Russell Storage 420 E New Hope Rd Rogers, AR will have a public auction on December 17, 2016 @ 11:30 am, on units i06 d16 i41g08 g03 3rd St. storage #22 #18. Any person having a lien or claim to property call 479 636 7385.
73952800 Dec 3, 4, 2016

December 3, 2016

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
PULASKI COUNTY ARKANSAS
DOMESTIC RELATIONS
DIVISION
ROBERT W. HILL, PLAINTIFF
V.
CASE NUMBER 60DR 16-2661
DONNA M. HILL, DEFENDANT
WARNING ORDER
To: DONNA M. HILL
You are hereby notified that a case has been filed against you in the Circuit Court of Pulaski County, Arkansas. You are hereby warned to file an answer or otherwise appear in this court within 30 days. Upon your failure to do so, the complaint filed herein may be deemed to be admitted, and the Plaintiff granted the relief requested. The above mentioned Defendant or any person desiring to be heard concerning this action is hereby notified.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal as Clerk of the Court on this 23rd
Day of November, 2016.
Nancy Sadler
Circuit Clerk
Mylissia M. Blankenship
Attorney for Plaintiff
1900 N. Bryant Street
Little Rock, AR 72207
(501)291-0946
73951047f

December 3, 2016

Author: Quorum Court Staff
Sponsors: Honorable Robinson
Item No.: 16-I-89
Ordinance No: 16-OR-55
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 15-OR-76 (2016 ANNUAL BUDGET, PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS) TO REIMBURSE THE ROAD & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT FOR MAINTENANCE & SERVICE FOR OTHER DEPARTMENTS.
Article 1. The 2016 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 15-OR-76, is amended as follows:
Transfer from General Fund (1000)-DECREASE $ 39,096
Transfer from Sanitation Fund (7001)-DECREASE$ 4,957
Transfer from Assessor Fund (3004)-DECREASE$ 2,840
County Road Fund (2000)-INCREASE $ 46,893
Article 2. The 2016 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 15-OR-76, is amended as follows:
0200 ROAD & BRIDGE
Sec. 2, M&O
2007 Fuel, Oil & Lubricants-INCREASE $ 4,199
2008 Tires & Tubes-INCREASE $ 14,530
2010 Chemicals & Cleaning-INCREASE $ 30
2023 Parts & Repairs-INCREASE $ 28,134
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER: All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 11/23/16
APPROVED: /s/Barry Hyde
DATE: 11-23-16
73952124z

December 3, 2016

Author: Quorum Court Staff
Sponsors: Honorable(s) Blackwood, Coney, Denton, Elliott, J. Green, R. Green, Keith, Lewison, Massey, McCoy, McMullen, Medlock, Robinson, Stowers
Item No.: 16-I-92
Ordinance No.: 16-OR-58
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 15-OR-76 (2016 ANNUAL BUDGET, PULASKI COUNTY ARKANSAS) TO RECOGNIZE AND APPROPRIATE DONATION FUNDS FOR THE YOUTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT.
Article 1. The 2016 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 15-OR-76, is amended as follows:
Champions of Youth Fund (Fund 3509)-INCREASE $1,000
Champions of Youth Fund (Fund 3509)-DECREASE $1,000
Article 2. The 2016 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 15-OR-76, is amended as follows:
0804 YOUTH SERVICES
Sec. 2, M&O
3105 Special Projects-INCREASE $1,000
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER: All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 11/23/16
APPROVED: /s/ Barry Hyde
DATE: 11-23-16
73952156z

December 3, 2016

IF UNCLAIMED, the following will sell in 15 days
2005 CHEVY CLASSIC GOLD
1G1ND52F95M122776
2002 FORD ESCAPE GRAY
1FMYU02102KC59703
2001 MERCURY SABLE GOLD
1MEFM53U71G632804
1999 NISSAN SENTRA WHITE
1N4AB41D2XC717568
2009 KAWASAKI MC SILVER
JKAEXMJ179DA28901
To claim, bring proof of ownership to NWA Towing and Recovery, Inc., 1481 W. Van Asche, Fayetteville, AR 72704, 479-966-4869.
73952749 Dec 3, 2016

December 3, 2016

LEGAL NOTICE
Centennial Bank, 620 Chestnut Street, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas 72032 has made application to the Federal Reserve Board for permission to merge with Bank of Commerce, 1858 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Sarasota County, Florida 34236. The Federal Reserve considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the application, including the record of performance of applicant banks in helping to meet local credit needs.
You are invited to submit comments in writing on this application to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, P.O. Box 442, St Louis, Missouri 63166. Comments can also be sent electronically to comments.applications@stls.frb.org. The comment period will not end before January 3, 2017 and may be somewhat longer. The Board’s procedures for processing applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. Part 262. Procedures for processing protested applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. 262.25. To obtain a copy of the Federal Reserve Board's procedures, or if you need more information about how to submit your comments on the application, contact the Senior Manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, David L. Hubbard, (314) 444-7303. The Federal Reserve will consider your comments and any request for a public meeting or formal hearing on the application if they are received in writing by the Federal Reserve Bank on or before the last day of the comment period.
This notice is published pursuant to the Federal Reserve Act, as amended.
73950174f

December 3, 2016

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BENTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS
CIVIL DIVISION
BANK OF GRAVETT
PLAINTIFF
vs. NO. 04CV-2016-1769
J FRANK BLUE, if living, or if deceased, his surviving SPOUSE, heirs, successors, devisees and legatees, including JONATHAN BLUE, and if married, his SPOUSE; BENJAMIN BLUE, and if married, his SPOUSE; all persons and entities who claim any interest in the lands hereinafter described, liens thereon or claims against the ESTATE OF J FRANK BLUE; and if deceased, their unknown heirs, successors, assigns, spouses, devisees, legatees and personal representatives
DEFENDANTS
WARNING ORDER
The defendants, J Frank Blue, if living, or if deceased, his surviving Spouse, heirs, successors, devisees and legatees, including Jonathan Blue, and if married, his Spouse; Benjamin Blue, and if married, his Spouse; all persons and entities who claim any interest in the lands hereinafter described, liens thereon or claims against the Estate of J Frank Blue; and if deceased, their unknown heirs, successors, assigns, spouses, devisees, legatees and personal representatives, and any other interested persons or entities are warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication of this Warning Order to answer the Complaint of the plaintiff to foreclose a mortgage against the following described property, or face entry of judgment by default, or be otherwise barred from asserting their interest, which property is more particularly described as follows:
Tract 1:
Lots 7 and 8, which is part of the NE ˘ of the SE ˘ of Section 11, Township 19 North, Range 33 West, City of Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas.
EXCEPT:
All that part of Lots 12 and 13, Block 1, Original Town of Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas, and part of Lot 7 of the NE ˘ of the SE ˘ of Section 11, Township 19 North, Range 33 West, City of Decatur, described as beginning on the East side of the Kansas City Southern Railway right of way and on the South line of said Lot 13 and running thence East along the South side of Lot 13, Block 1, and continuing along the South side of Lot 7 in the above described 40 acres a distance of 290 feet; thence North 80 feet; thence West to the East line of the said railway right of way; thence Southwest along said right of way to the point of beginning.
ALSO EXCEPT:
Begin at the NE corner of said Lot 8; thence South 322 feet to the South line of said Lot 7; thence West 376 feet to a wire fence; thence North with said fence 322 feet; thence East 376 feet to the place of beginning;
ALSO EXCEPT:
Beginning at the SW corner of the above parcel of land, a lane 10 feet wide and 500 feet long.
TRACT 2:
All that part of Lots 12 and 13, Block 1, Original Town of Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas, and part of Lot 7 of the NE ˘ of the SE ˘ of Section 11, Township 19 North, Range 33 West, City of Decatur, described as beginning on the East side of the Kansas City Southern Railway right of way and on the South line of said Lot 13 and running thence East along the South side of Lot 13, Block 1 and continuing along the South side of Lot 7 in the above described 40 acres a distance of 290 feet; thence North 80 feet; thence West to the East line of the said railway right of way; thence Southwest along said right of way to the point of beginning.
Subject to recorded instruments, covenants, rights of way, and easements, if any. Subject to all prior mineral reservations and oil and gas leases, if any.
Witness my hand and seal of said Court this 29th day of November, 2016.
BRENDA DESHIELDS, Circuit Court Clerk:
BY: /s/Brandy Worsham
Deputy Clerk
73952815 Dec 3, 10, 2016

December 3, 2016

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Centennial Bank, 620 Chestnut Street, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas 72032 is making application to the Arkansas State Bank Department for the merger of Bank of Commerce, 1858 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Sarasota County, Florida 34236 with and into Centennial Bank, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas.
Any person desiring to comment on this application to the Arkansas State Bank Department may do so by filing his or her comments in writing to the State Bank Commissioner at the office of the department, 400 Hardin Road, Suite 100, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211. Written comments, including any formal protests, concerning this application must be received in the Arkansas State Bank Department no later than 15 days following the date of the actual filing of the application.
This notice is published pursuant to The Arkansas Banking Code of 1997, as amended.
73950167f

December 3, 2016

Notification for the Acquisition of Stock in
Bank of Commerce by
Home BancShares, Inc.
Home BancShares, Inc., 719 Harkrider, Suite 100, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas 72032 has made application to the Federal Reserve Board for approval to acquire 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of Bank of Commerce, 1858 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Sarasota County, Florida 34236. The Federal Reserve System considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the application, including the record of performance of banks we own in helping to meet local credit needs.
You are invited to submit comments in writing on this application to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, P.O. Box 442, St Louis, Missouri 63166. Comments can also be sent electronically to comments.applications@stls.frb.org. The comment period will not end before January 1, 2017 and may be somewhat longer. The Board’s procedures for processing applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. Part 262. Procedures for processing protested applications may be found at 12 C.F.R. 262.25. To obtain a copy of the Federal Reserve Board's procedures, or if you need more information about how to submit your comments on the application, contact the Senior Manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, David L. Hubbard, (314) 444-7303. The Federal Reserve will consider your comments and any request for a public meeting or formal hearing on the application if they are received in writing by the Federal Reserve Bank on or before the last day of the comment period.
73950182f

December 3, 2016

Notice of Grant Funds Request
Notice is hereby given that Arkansas Transit Association (ATA) is applying for U.S. Department of Transportation Federal grant funds for fiscal year January 1 – December 31, 2017, to provide technical and training support for transit and paratransit programs statewide. The Federal amount requested is approximately $462,000 for the 5311 Grant, including RTAP.
A public hearing is not scheduled, but anyone wishing to participate in one is advised to call ATA at 501-372-8900. ATA will afford interested persons or agencies an opportunity to comment on this project’s social, economic and environmental aspects, and oral or written evidence and recommendations may be submitted.
A grant proposal copy will can be inspection at ATA’s office, 620 W. Broadway, North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114.
Ann Gilbert, Executive Director
Arkansas Transit Association
73950850f

December 3, 2016

Author: Quorum Court Staff
Sponsors: Honorable(s) Coney, Denton, J. Green, Keith
Item No.: 16-I-73A
Ordinance No.: 16-OR-53
EMERGENCY ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE DANGEROUS OR UNSANITARY CONDITIONS WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF PULASKI COUNTY, CONSISTENT WITH THE POWERS GRANTED PULASKI COUNTY BY ARKANSAS CODE ANNOTATED sec. 14-14-813.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF PULASKI COUNTY ARKANSAS: Whereas, Pulaski County officials have received numerous citizen complaints that junk, garbage and rubbish has caused unsightly and unsanitary conditions by accumulation on certain properties, and that such conditions are harmful to the health, safety and welfare of the community;
Whereas, in addition, these unsightly and unsanitary conditions often are the result of, or lead to, criminal activity, including, but not limited to, drug manufacture and sale, in the rural and unincorporated areas of Pulaski County; Whereas, the Pulaski County Quorum Court believes that it is in the best interest of Pulaski County, in the interest of public health and safety, to exercise its inherent police power by establishing a framework, on the authority granted by Arkansas Code Annotated sec. 14-14-813, to regulate unsightly and unsanitary conditions within the unincorporated areas of Pulaski County.
THEREFORE, the Pulaski County Quorum Court, fully cognizant of its citizens’ Due Process Rights and property rights granted by the United States Constitution and the Arkansas Constitution, hereby promulgates this set of regulations to provide fair and consistent procedures to abate, remove or eliminate, garbage, rubbish and junk, subject to the provisions herein.
Article 1.AUTHORITY. The General Assembly of the State of Arkansas passed Act 1984 of 2005, amended by Act 250 of 2007, which empowers counties to order the owners of real property to abate, remove or eliminate unsightly and unsanitary conditions from their property. Pursuant to the authority and provisions of Amendment 55 of the Arkansas Constitution, and the powers granted Pulaski County by Act 250 of 2007, codified at Arkansas Code Annotated sec. 14-14-813, Pulaski County has the authority to regulate unsightly and unsanitary conditions within the unincorporated areas of the county, consistent with and comparable to the powers granted cities under Ark. Code Ann. sec. 14-54-901.
Article 2. GENERAL. The policy of the Pulaski County Quorum Court is to seek compliance with this ordinance through cooperative efforts, and to afford property owner(s), subject to the provisions of the ordinance, a reasonable opportunity to resolve issues through informal procedures prior to the initiation of enforcement proceedings. Additionally, for the purposes of this ordinance, whenever the context requires, the singular number shall include the plural, and vice versa; the masculine gender shall include the feminine and neuter genders, the feminine gender shall include the masculine and neuter genders, the neuter gender shall include the masculine and feminine genders; and, the words include and including, and variations thereof, shall not be deemed to be terms of limitation, but rather shall be deemed to be followed by the words without limitation.
Article 3. DEFINITIONS. The following words, terms, and phrases, when used in this ordinance, shall have the meanings ascribed them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning.
(a) “Junk” means old or scrap copper, brass, rope, rags, batteries, paper, trash, rubber debris, and waste or junked, dismantled, or wrecked automobiles, or parts thereof, or iron, steel, and other old or scrap ferrous or nonferrous materials;
(b) “Garbage” means the animal or vegetable waste resulting from the handling, preparation, cooking and consumption of food;
(c) “Rubbish” means refuse, or worthless material including, but not limited to, an occupiable structure which is unsightly, unsanitary, or the remains from an occupiable structure, which has been destroyed by fire, to the degree that it presents a hazard to the community;
(d) “Unsightly” means Junk, Garbage or Rubbish which has been substantially destroyed by fire, decayed, or become dilapidated to the degree that it is no longer adequate for the purpose for which it was originally intended;
(e)“Unsanitary” means the presence of Junk, Garbage or Rubbish, creating a hazard to the community, causing stagnant pools of water, or any other thing, place, or condition that might become a breeding place for mosquitoes and germs harmful to the health of the community;
(f) “Occupiable” means a structure:
(1) Where any person lives or carries on a business or other calling;
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(2) Where people assemble for purposes of business, government, education, religion, entertainment or public transportation; or,
(3) Which is customarily used for overnight accommodation of persons;
(g) “Owner” means the holder of title of an occupiable structure and any person in whose name tax bills on property is submitted. “Owner” also means any person who, individually, jointly, or severally with others:
(1) has legal title to any occupiable structure, with or without accompanying
actual possession thereof; or,
(2) has charge, care, or control of any occupiable structure, as owner, mortgagee, or vendee in possession, assignee of rents, lessee, or other person in control of an occupiable structure, or his duly authorized agents. Any such person thus representing the actual owner shall be bound to comply with the provisions of this ordinance, and of the rules and regulations adopted pursuant to this ordinance, to the same extent as if he were the owner.
(h) “Structure” means that which is built or constructed or a portion thereof;
(1) “Structure” specifically excludes from its definition the following:
(i) Land valued as agricultural property that is being farmed or otherwise used for agricultural purposes; and,
(ii) Improvements or conditions on a parcel of land, larger than ten (10) acres, if the unsightly or unsanitary conditions on the parcel are not visible from a public road or highway.
(i) “Necessary Corrective Action” means
(1) Abating or eliminating Junk, Garbage, or Rubbish;
(2) The property owner making repairs, razing, or removing Rubbish; or
(3) The Pulaski County Public Works Department making repairs, razing, or removing Rubbish;
(j) “Public Works” means the Pulaski County Public Works Department;
(k) “Director” means The Pulaski County Public Works Director or her designee;Article 4.ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS. The Director shall administer and enforce this ordinance as follows:
(a) Petition. Upon receipt of a written petition by the Director from ten (10) Pulaski County homeowners residing within two (2) miles of the property identified, by address or parcel number, and stating that Junk, Garbage, or Rubbish has become Unsightly or Unsanitary, the Director shall investigate the claims made in the petition. The Director shall then present the petition to the County Judge with a report of findings and recommended Necessary Corrective Action, if the Director finds that the claims are substantiated;
(b) Executive Order. Upon the County Judge finding that there is sufficient reason, based upon known facts, to determine by a preponderance of the evidence that the referenced Junk, Garbage, or Rubbish is Unsightly or Unsanitary, the County Judge shall enter an Executive Order identifying the following:
(1) the Unsightly or Unsanitary condition(s) that exist; and,
(2) the Necessary Corrective Action that must take place to ensure compliance with the Executive Order.
(c) Notification. Upon the County Judge’s determination that corrective action is necessary, and upon entry of an Executive Order, Public Works shall notify the property owner(s) that they have thirty (30) days to undertake the Necessary Corrective Action or file an appeal to the Pulaski County Circuit Court;
(1) The Director shall cause notice of the Order to be:
(i) Posted upon the property;
(ii) Mailed to the last known address of the property owner(s) by United States Postal Service First Class Mail and by certified mail, restricted delivery, return receipt requested; and,
(iii)Publish the Order in accordance with Ark. Code Ann. sec. 14-14-104.
(d) Necessary Corrective Action. The Public Works shall promptly undertake the Necessary Corrective Action, contained in the Court’s Order, no sooner than forty-five (45) days following notice being provided pursuant to the requirements set forth in 4(d).
(e) Costs. Any Necessary Corrective Action performed by Pulaski County shall be subject
to the following:
(1) Public Works may charge to the owner(s) the cost of undertaking the Necessary Corrective Action ordered by the County Judge, including, but not limited to, the cost of proper disposal of the Junk, Garbage, or Rubbish;
(2) The administrative cost incurred by Pulaski County including, but not limited to,
the costs of mail or permits required to remove the Junk, Garbage or Rubbish, if any;
(3) Reasonable attorney’s fees, if any, as determined by a Court of competent
jurisdiction; and,
(4) Public Works is authorized to collect costs, delinquent costs, and penalties in the manner authorized by law. Any costs more than ninety (90) days delinquent on November 1st of each year shall be entered in the Pulaski County tax records and collected by the Pulaski County Collector with the personal property taxes as provided in Ark. Code Ann. sec. 8-6-212.
(f) Lien. Pulaski County shall have a lien against the property for any unpaid costs incurred under Section 4(f) of this ordinance, and in accordance with the following provisions.
(1) The lien must include the Director’s signature and a statement of the steps
undertaken by the Director to provide notice to the property owner(s), the amount of the lien, and date and description of the Necessary Corrective Action untaken by Public Works;
(2) Prior to a lien being recorded, Public Works shall cause notice of the costs incurred, and the total amount of the lien, to be given by:
(g) Mailing notice to the last known address of the property owner(s) by United States Postal Service First Class Mail and by certified mail, restricted delivery, return receipt requested, and to the lienholders of record; and,
(ii) Publishing the lien in accordance with Ark. Code Ann. sec. 14-14-104.
(3) The lien must be filed within one hundred and twenty (120) days of
completion of the Necessary Corrective Action performed by Public Works;
(4) The lien must be enforced and collected within ten (10) years after a
lien has been filed of record with the Pulaski County Circuit Clerk Property Records Division; and,
(5) Consistent with Ark. Code Ann. 14-54-904, the unpaid incurred costs for the Necessary Corrective Action, plus a ten (10) percent penalty for collection, shall be certified by the Director to the Pulaski County Tax Collector, to be placed on the tax books, and collected accordingly. The amount, less four (4) percent, as specified in Ark. Code Ann. sec. 8-6-212, shall be paid by Public Works to the Pulaski County Tax Collector.
(i) Additional Rules and Regulations. The Director shall be authorized to promulgate any additional rules and regulations necessary to effectuate the effective operation of this Ordinance and ensure implementation of the Judge’s Executive Order.
Article 5. DISCLAIMER. Any county officer or employee charged with enforcement of this ordinance in the discharge of his duties shall not thereby render himself liable personally for injuries, costs, damages, expenses, or other indemnification or contribution and claims by any owner impacted by this ordinance or third party for death, personal injury, illness, loss or damage, or economic loss resulting from any act resulting from an Order entered by the County Court, or required or permitted in the discharge of his duties. The provisions of this section shall not apply in the case of an actionable cause which arises by conduct of such county officer or employee which is grossly negligent or which constitutes intentional misconduct. Any suit brought against any county officer or employee as a result of his duties in the enforcement of the provisions of this ordinance, other than conduct which constitutes grossly negligent or intentional misconduct, or is ultra vires, shall be defended by the Pulaski County Attorney’s Office until the final termination of the proceedings.
Article 6. REPEALER. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Article 7. SEVERABILITY. If any part of this ordinance, or the application thereof, to any person or circumstance, is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance, which can be given effect without the invalid portion.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 11/23/16
APPROVED: /s/Barry Hyde
DATE: 11-23-16
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December 3, 2016

Author: Quorum Court Staff
Sponsors: Honorable Blackwood, Denton, Lewison, McMullen, R. Green
Item No.: 16-I-84A
Ordinance No.: 16-OR-54
ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE LEVYING OF A VOLUNTARY TAX OF FIVE DOLLARS ($5) FOR THE SUPPORT OF PULASKI COUNTY’S EFFORTS TO MANAGE ITS POPULATION OF DOMESTIC PETS AND STRAY DOMESTIC ANIMALS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of Pulaski County residents to manage the population of domestic animals and pets, especially the population of stray animals;
WHEREAS, having limited resources to dedicate to said purpose, Pulaski County must rely upon the generosity of its tax-payer for support through a voluntary tax.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS:
Article 1: There is hereby levied a voluntary tax of five dollars ($5) billed in the calendar year 2017 and subsequent years to appear on bills for collection of personal property subject to taxation within Pulaski County.
Article 2: The voluntary tax shall be set forth as a “Voluntary Animal Control Spay/Neuter Tax” to be paid by the property owner on his or her own volition. The property tax statement sent to the property owners by Pulaski County shall specify this tax as voluntary.
Article 3: All monies collected from this voluntary tax shall be set aside in a fund to be designated the “County Animal Control Spay/Neuter Fund” and shall be appropriated by the Pulaski County Quorum Court for animal population control and spay or neuter services provided by Pulaski County Animal Control either directly or indirectly through private entities under contract with Pulaski County.
Article 4: This voluntary five dollar ($5) tax shall be a continuing levy until altered or abolished by the Pulaski County Quorum Court.
Article 5: REPEALER. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Article 6. SEVERABILITY. If any part of this ordinance, or the application thereof, to any person or circumstance, is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance, which can be given effect without the invalid portion.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 11/23/16
APPROVED: /s/ Barry Hyde
DATE: 11-23-16
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December 3, 2016

Author: Quorum Court Staff
Sponsors: Honorable(s) Keith, Blackwood, Coney,Elliott, J. Green, R. Green, Massey, McMullen, Stowers
Item No.: 16-I-90
Ordinance No.: 16-OR-56
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 15-OR-76 (2016 ANNUAL BUDGET, PULASKI COUNTY ARKANSAS) TO CREATE THREE NEW POSITIONS, UPGRADE ONE POSITION, AND APPROPRIATE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION FUNDS FOR THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT.
Article 1. The 2016 Annual Budget, Pulaski County, Arkansas, as adopted by reference by Ordinance No. 15-OR-76, is amended as follows:
0121 HUMAN RESOURCES
Sec. 1, Personnel
CHANGE PCN 2 COMPENSATION/BENEFITS MANAGER FROM 12D-2 TO 13D $54,304
ADD PCN 11 BENEFITS ANALYST 10D $39,356
ADD PCN 12 HR GENERALIST (EMPLOYMENT) 12D $48,487
ADD PCN 13 HR GENERALIST (EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT 12D $48,487
1006 Social Security Matching- INCREASE $ 418
1007 Retirement Matching- INCREASE $ 793
1009 Health Insurance- INCREASE $1,418 1010
1011 Unemployment Insurance- INCREASE $ 55
1016 Life Insurance- INCREASE $ 11
Sec. 2, M&O
2002 Small Equipment- INCREASE $18,000
3101 Training & Education- INCREASE $15,000
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER: All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 11/23/16
APPROVED: /s/Barry Hyde
DATE: 11-23-16
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December 3, 2016

Author: Quorum Court Staff
Sponsor: Honorable Keith
Item No.: 16-I-91
Ordinance No.: 16-OR-57
APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE
BE IT ENACTED BY THE QUORUM COURT OF THE COUNTY OF PULASKI, STATE OF ARKANSAS, AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE RATES OF TAXATION TO BE LEVIED ON TAXABLE REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY IN PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, FOR THE USE AND BENEFIT OF PULASKI COUNTY AND CITIES; TOWNS; AND SCHOOLS IN PULASKI COUNTY FOR THE TAX YEAR 2016.
Article 1. The tax rates to be levied on all taxable real property as of the assessment date of January 1, 2016, in Pulaski County Arkansas, for the use and benefit of Pulaski County and cities, towns and schools in Pulaski County for the tax year 2016 shall be as follows:
ALEXANDER
General Fund .0050
CAMMACK VILLAGE
General Fund .0050
JACKSONVILLE
Firemen’s Relief & Pension Fund .0010
Policemen’s Relief & Pension Fund .0010
Public City Library .0010
LITTLE ROCK
General Fund .0050
Bond & Interest .0030
Police Pension Fund .0010
Firemen’s Pension Fund .0010
Library Operations .0033
Library Capital Improvement Bonds .0018
MAUMELLE
General Fund .0050
Bond Indebtedness .0066
Library Tax .0021
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
General Fund .0050 .0010
Fire Pension & Relief Fund .0010
Municipal Library Fund .0030
PULASKI COUNTY
General Fund .0050
Road Fund .0029
Library Fund .0016
County Hospital Fund .0006
SHERWOOD
Library Capital Improvement Bonds .0013
WRIGHTSVILLE
General Fund .0050
ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS
East End School District .0404
Jacksonville North Pulaski School District .0483
Little Rock School District .0464
North Little Rock School District .0483
Pulaski County Special School District .0407
Article 2. The tax rates to be levied on all taxable personal property as of the assessment date of January 1, 2016, in Pulaski County Arkansas, for the use and benefit of Pulaski County and cities, towns and schools in Pulaski County for the tax year 2016 shall be as follows:
ALEXANDER
General Fund .0050
CAMMACK VILLAGE
General Fund .0050
JACKSONVILLE
Firemen’s Relief & Pension Fund .0010
Policemen’s Relief & Pension Fund .0010
Public City Library .0010
LITTLE ROCK
General Fund .0050
Bond & Interest .0030
Police Pension Fund .0010
Firemen’s Pension Fund .0010
Library Operations .0033
Library Capital Improvement Bonds .0018
MAUMELLE
General Fund .0050
Bond Indebtedness .0066
Library Tax .0021
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
General Fund .0050
Police Pension & Relief Fund .0010
Fire Pension & Relief Fund .0010
Municipal Library Fund .0030
PULASKI COUNTY
General Fund .0050
Road Fund .0029
Library Fund .0016
County Hospital Fund .0006
SHERWOOD
Library Capital Improvement Bonds .0013
WRIGHTSVILLE
General Fund .0050
ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS
East End School District .0404
Jacksonville North Pulaski School District .0483
Little Rock School District .0464
North Little Rock School District .0483
Pulaski County Special School District .0407
Article 3. SEVERABILITY: If any part of this ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any other portion of this ordinance.
Article 4. REPEALER: All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
ATTEST: /s/Larry E. Crane
DATE: 11/23/16
APPROVED: /s/Barry Hyde
DATE: 11-23-16
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December 3, 2016

If UNCLAIMED, the following will sell in 45 days:
Golf Cart SERIAL NUMBER 5090124
Towed from 1340 N. Oakland Fayetteville, AR 72703
To claim, bring proof of ownership to Complete Towing LLC, 596 W. Sycamore Fayetteville, AR 72703. 479-587-0773
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Bids/Requests

December 3, 2016

Request for Statement of Qualifications for a Land
Acquisition Specialist
The Paragould Municipal Airport Commission is soliciting Statements of Qualifications for a Land Acquisition Specialist with a thorough understanding of 49 CFR Part 24 and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5100-17, to assist the Airport in the purchase of property adjacent to the Airport.
Services to be provided will be in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5100-14E, 150/1500-17, and 49 CFR Part 24. Services required include all phases and necessary incidental services to assist the Airport in the purchase of property to be funded by an FAA Grant. Fee information will not be considered in the selection process and must not be submitted with statement of qualification. Fees will be negotiated for the project after a consultant has been selected.
A qualification based selection process conforming to FAA Advisory Circular 150-5100-14E will be utilized to select the most qualified firm. Selection criteria will include, but may not be limited to:
1. Capability to perform all aspects of project
2. Familiarity with the area and facility
3. Reputation
4. Recent experience in airport projects
5. Quality of previous airport projects undertaken
6. Consultant Qualifications
7. Ability to meet schedules within budget
8. Interest shown
Selection will be based on the submittals received. Fees will be negotiated with the selected consultant for the services to be performed. Contracts will be subject to the provisions of Executive Order 11246 (Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Opportunity) and to the provisions of Department of Transportation Regulations 49 CFR Part 23 (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation).
To be considered for these services, please provide 3 copies of your Statement of Qualifications, including qualifications and experience, along with references to: Roger Slayton, Airport Manager, Paragould Municipal Airport, 305 Airport Road, Paragould, AR 72450, by 4:00 p.m., December 20, 2016.
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December 3, 2016

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
GENERAL AVIATION MASTER PLAN
The City of Almyra is requesting qualification submittals from qualified general airport consulting/planning professionals pursuant to FAA Advisory Circular 150/5100-14E “Architectural, Engineering and Planning Consultant Services for Airport Grant Projects”. Services requested shall be limited to the update of the Almyra Municipal Airport’s Airport Layout Plan (ALP) and Narrative, to include aerial mapping and other related support activities.
The following criteria shall be used to select the planning consultant:
a. Recent and similar experience preparing General Aviation Airport Master Plan / ALP Updates
b. Key Personnel qualifications and capabilities to perform all aspects of the project
c. Experience and familiarity with FAA and State Department of Aeronautics procedures related to master plan and ALP Updates
d. Familiarity with the airport and interest shown
The City of Almyra reserves the right to waive the interview of firms at its discretion.
Three (3) copies of the Statement of Qualifications must be received by the close of business on Friday, December 30, 2016 at the following address:
Almyra Municipal Airport
275 Almyra Airport Road
Almyra, AR 72003
Statements must consist of no more than 30 pages, excluding resumes, and be sealed and marked “Airport Master Planning Services Proposal”. Firms wishing to ask questions may call Mark Hartz, Airport Manager, at (870) 992-3333.
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December 3, 2016

Advertisement for
Request for Qualifications
PUBLIC RELATIONS,
MARKETING, AND
ADVERTISING
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Central Arkansas Water (“CAW”) is accepting Annual Statements of Qualifications from qualified professional firms interested in assisting CAW with public relations, marketing, advertising, event planning, social media management, photography, videography, and public-policy initiatives.
The closing date for the receipt of Statements of Qualifications is 3 p.m. CT Tuesday, December 20, 2016.
CAW reserves the right to reject any and all Annual Statements of Qualifications and waive formalities when deemed to be in the best interest of the water utility.
To request a copy of the requirements for the Annual Request for Qualifications, visit CAW’s website at CARKW.COM, Procurement/Bids, Purchasing, and then select from the Current Open Bids – Request for Qualifications or contact Elizabeth Tuck-Rowan, Purchasing Manager, at (501) 377.1266. Interested professional firms should direct questions concerning this request for Annual Statements of Qualifications to Doug Shackelford, Director of Public Affairs and Communications, at (501) 377.1268.
CAW will not accept Annual Statements of Qualifications by E-mail or facsimile transmittal unless so stated in RFQ.
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December 3, 2016

BID NOTICE
The City of West Memphis invites interested parties to submit separate sealed bids for the following 2017 supply contracts:
i. Crushed Limestone Gravel
ii. Asphalt Surface Mix
iii. Concrete
The supply will be on an "on call, as needed" basis. Bids are due by 12:00 p.m., Thursday, December 15, 2016. Bids will be opened and read aloud at 1:00 p.m., prior to the City Council meeting. To request a bid package call (870) 732-7671.
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December 3, 2016

ARKANSAS GAME & FISH COMMISSION
REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED WILL ACCEPT SEALED BIDS UP TO 11:00 A.M., DECEMBER 20,2016, AND THEN PUBLICLY OPEN FOR THE SALE OF CEDAR SAWTIMBER SPOTTED WITH BLUE PAINT ON THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LAND:
HAROLD E. ALEXANDER WMA - SHARP COUNTY
FOR MAPS AND BID FORMS, CONTACT THE ARKANSAS GAME AND FISH COMMISSION, 2 NATURAL RESOURCES DRIVE, LITTLE ROCK, AR 72205, ATTN: SANDEE SCHULTZ OR CALL 501-223-6431.
THE CONTRACT EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 2017 AND THE LOGGING SEASON WILL BE FROM CONTRACT ACCEPTANCE TO DECEMBER 31, 2017.
$1,000.00, (MONEY ORDER, BANK DRAFT, CERTIFIED CHECK, COMPANY CHECK, CASHIER'S CHECK, OR THE EQUIVALENT), MUST BE DEPOSITED WITH EACH BID TO BE APPLIED ON THE PURCHASE PRICE, REFUNDED, OR RETAINED IN PART AS LIQUIDATED DAMAGES, ACCORDING TO THE CONDITIONS OF SALE.
THE COMMISSION RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, ANY AND ALL BIDS TO WAIVE INFORMALITIES THEREIN OR TO ACCEPT BIDS WITH VARIATIONS FROM SPECIFICATIONS WHERE EFFICIENCY OF OPERATION WILL NOT BE IMPAIRED OR WILL OTHERWISE BE OF BENEFIT TO THE COMMISSION. THE DECISION OF THE COMMISSION OR ITS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE IN THE EXERCISE OF THIS RESERVATION ARE EXPRESSLY WAIVED BY SUBMISSION OF A BID OR BIDS.
ARKANSAS GAME AND FISH COMMISSION
JEFF CROW, DIRECTOR
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Probate

December 3, 2016

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
PULASKI COUNTY, ARKANSAS
PROBATE, 13TH DIVISION
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JAMES JUNIOR HOLLAND, deceased
CASE NO.: 60PR-16-1862
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND FILING OF CLAIMS
Last known address of decedent: 44 Sheila Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72120
Date of death: July 10, 2016
James Ira Hill was appointed Personal Representative to execute the Estate of James Junior Holland on October 28, 2016.
All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to James Ira Hill within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. Provided that claims for injury or death caused by the negligence of the decedent shall be filed within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of the notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in such estate.
This notice first published on the 3 day of December, 2016.
James Ira Hill, Personal Representative
Aimie Lockwood, Attorney, Ark.Bar#2011148
P.O. Box 94323
North Little Rock, AR 72190
(501) 256-9073
(501) 404-4871 (fax)
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