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IN THE MATTER OF SETTLEMENTOF ACCOUNTS, PROBATE COURTMEIGS COUNT...

IN THE MATTER OF SETTLEMENTOF ACCOUNTS, PROBATE COURTMEIGS COUNTY, OHIOAccounts and vouchers of the following named fiduciary has beenfiled in the Probate Court, Meigs County, Ohio for approval and settlement.CASE NO. 23719 – The First Annual Accounting for the Elsa B. Kimes Trust.Unless exceptions are filed thereto, said account will be set for hearingbefore said Court on the 19thof May , 2014, at which time said account will beconsidered and continued from day to day until finally disposed of.Any person interested may file written exception to said account or tomatters pertaining to the execution of the trust, not less than five days prior to the dateset for hearing.L. SCOTT POWELLJudgeCommon Pleas Court, Probate DivisionMeigs County, Ohio. (04),18

2ND PUBLIC MEETINGThe Meigs County Commissioners intend to apply...

2ND PUBLIC MEETINGThe Meigs County Commissioners intend to apply to the Ohio Development Services Agency for funding under the FY 2014 CDBG Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program, administered by the State. Meigs County is eligible for up to $400,000, provided the County meets application requirements. On March 27, 2014, the County conducted its first public hearing to inform citizens about the CHIP program, how the funds may be used, what activities are eligible, and other program requirements. A second public hearing will be held on May 1, 2014 at 11:20 a.m. at the Meigs County Commissioners Office, Meigs County Courthouse, Pomeroy, Ohio to give citizens an opportunity to review and comment on the FY 2014 CHIP program projects. Based on both citizens input and local officials’ assessment of the county’s community needs, the county is proposing to undertake the following 2014 CHIP activities:ACTIVITY: Private Owner Rehabilitation $69,000 Home FundsNational Objective: Low to Moderate Households in Meigs CountyACTIVITY: Homeownership $141,000 Home FundsNational Objective: Low to Moderate Households in Meigs CountyACTIVITY: Home Repair $120,000 CDBG Grant FundsNational Objective: Low to Moderate Households in Meigs CountyACTIVITY: Habitat for Humanity $22,000 Home FundsNational Objective: Low to Moderate Households in Meigs CountyOther Funds: Habitat for Humanity SEO is an estimated $100,000ACTIVITY: Administration/Fair Housing $48,000Citizens are encouraged to attend this meeting on May 1, 2014 at 11:20 a.m. to express their views and comments on the county’s proposed FY 2014 CHIP program. Written comments will be accepted until May 1, 2014 at 11:00 a.m., and may be mailed to the Meigs County Commissioners, 100 E. Second Street Ste. 301, Pomeroy, OH 45769. If a participant will need auxiliary aids (interpreter, brailed or taped material, assistive listening device, other) due to a disability, please contact Gloria Kloes, Clerk, prior to May 1, 2014 at 740-992-2895 in order to ensure that your needs are accommodated. The Meigs County Courthouse is handicap accessible.Mike Bartrum, President-Meigs County Commissioners 4/18/2014

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