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Page B10Thursday, January ILBgS3lIl LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on the 9th day of February 1982, at 1:00 p.m. at the West Main Entrance of the Summit County Courthouse, Coalville, Utah, in the County of Summit, by Brian W. Cannon, as Trustee, and the City Federal Savings and Loan Association, as Beneficiary, under the Deed of Trust made by Philip J. Carey and Nancy C. Carey, as Trustors, recorded November 6, 1980, as Entry No. 172634 in Book M171 at Page 353 of Official Recorfds of Summit County, given to secure indebtedness in favor of City Mortgage Services, Inc., original Beneficiary, by reason of certain obligations secured thereby. Notice of Default was recorded August 31, 1981 as Entry No. 183124, in Book M197, at Page 133 of said Official Records. Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in cash payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of sale, without warranty as to title, possession or encumbrances, encum-brances, the following described property at Lot No. 69, Prospector Park, No. 2, Sidewinder Dr., Park City, Utah: All of Lot 69, PROSPECTOR PROS-PECTOR PARK SUBDIVISION, SUB-DIVISION, PHASE II, according to the official plat thereof on file and of the record in the Summit County Recorder's Recor-der's Office, for the purpose of paying obligations secured by said Deed of Trust including in-cluding fees, charges and expenses of Trustee, ad-vanes, ad-vanes, if any, under the terms of said Deed of Trust, interest thereon and the unpaid principal of the note secured by said Deed of Trust with interest thereon as in said note and by law provided. DATED this 8th day of January, 1982. - BRYAN W. CANNON, Trustee 4885 South 900 East, Suite 210 Salt Lake City,- Utah,-84117. HELP WANTED No experience necessary. The "Volunteer Voice" will begin ... its twice-yearly training session the second week in February. We are specifically looking for a limited number of music programmers and volunteers in the area of programming, news and production. We need -Bluegrass & Folk programmers -Jazz programmers -Classical programmers In addition ... KPCW is expanding its news and information commitment especially interested in training: . -News reporters -Production assistants -Writers for news & features -Sports & business producers Contact Station Manager Blair Fuelner or Operations Director Steve Lloyd for applications or further information at 649-9004649-8395, or drop by the KPCW studios in the Memorial Building. HELP KPCW GET BETTER IN THE NEW YEAR, LEARN THE ART OF COMMUNITY RADIO. 21, 1982The Newspaper MdDttllCBCBS Published in The Newspaper January 14, 21 and 28,1982. LEGAL NOTICE POSTPONEMENT OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Public Notice is hereby given that public hearings scheduled for January 14, 1982 on Timeshare Moratorium and Business License, are rescheduled for public hearing on January 21, 1982, in the memorial Building at 5 p.m. Park City Municipal Corp. Published in The Newspaper January 14, 21, 1982. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Park City School District desires to sell the property located at 1057 Woodside Avenue. (Lots fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, and eighteen of Block Nine of Snyder's Addition to park City) Bids will be received at the Park City School District Office, Of-fice, 1750 East Highway 248 (P.O. Box 859) Park City, Utah 84060 until Friday, February 19, 1982 at 2:00 p.m. at which time bids will be opened at this address. For more information infor-mation and bids forms, please contact Superintendent Superin-tendent Richard L. Good-worth Good-worth at 649-9671. Published in The Newspaper January 14, 21, 1982. LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE (City Council, Park City Utah) Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Park City, Utah, will hold a Public Hearing Hear-ing on January 28, 1982, at 5:00 p.m., in the City Council chambers, Memorial Building, Build-ing, 427 Main Street, Park City, Utah. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to consider con-sider adopting the Redevelopment Rede-velopment Plan, entitled "Park City Neighborhood Development De-velopment Plan", dated December De-cember 3, 1981, to provide for projects to be undertaken by the Agency. The proposed project area covered by the Redevelopment Redevelop-ment Plan covers the following follow-ing area, to-wit: Commencing at a point at the intersection of Highway 224 and the South edge Highway 248 and proceeding - South along the East side of Park Avenue to tne 12tl Street intersection, thence Westerly along 12th Street center line and Southwesterly Southwest-erly to the Western boundary ot Snyder's Addition to Park City, then South and East along that boundary to the Park City Townsite Western boundary, then South, East, and South along the Western boundary of the Park City Townsite and Millsite Addition Addi-tion to the South boundry line of Park City, then East along that boundary line to a point 427 65 feet West and 306.10 feet North of the West quarter corner of Section 22, said point being the Northwesterly most corner of the Lake Flat Annextion boundary; thence South 3153.17 feet: thence East 191.48 feet, more or less, to a point on the Westerly West-erly line of the Deer Valley Development Area boundary; bound-ary; thence along said Development De-velopment Area boundary for the next three courses, thus: 1) South 27 deg East 67.97 feet, 2) South 5 deg. East 418.80 feet, and 3) South 17 deg. East 163.98 feet, more or less, to the Westerly line of the Lake Flat Annexation boundary; thence South 241.72 feet to a point on the boundary of the Deer Valley Development Area; thence following the Deer Valley Development De-velopment Area boundary the next eight courses, thus: 1) North 58 deg. 30' West 89.61 feet, 2) South 31 deg. 30' West 200.0 feet, 3) North 79 deg. 38' 18" West 346.49 feet, 4) South 10 deg. 09' 09" East 98.81 feet, 5) South 955.96 feet, 6) North 69 deg. East 360.0 feet, 7) South 29 deg. 20' West 11 7.60 feet, 8) North 78 deg. 10' East 482.76 feet to a point on the Westerly line of the Lake Flat Annexation Annexa-tion boundary; thence South 226.44 feet; thence East 1 355.30 feet, more or less, to the Summit-Wasatch County line; thence following said county line for the next nine courses, thus:1 ) North 4 deg. 15' 06" West 1297.92 feet, 2) North 41 deg 54' East 386.65 feet, 3) North 53 deg. 37' East 132.69 feet, 4) North 46 deg. 17' East 41 1.39 feet, 5) North 69 deg. 01' East 625.57 feet, 6) North 65 deg 54' East 204.46 feet, 7) North 52 deg. 44' East439.17feet, 8) North 24 deg 50' East 299.61 feet, 9) North 24 deg 48' 55" East 306.87 feet, more or less, to the intersection of the Summit-Wasatch County line with the Easterly line of the Lake Flat Annexation boundary; thence North 124.05 feet; thence North 39 deg. 55' East 199.84 feet to the Summit-Wasatch Summit-Wasatch County line; thence Country Western programmers Top-40Mellow Rock programmers Oldies & Big Band programmers Engineer trainees Radio drama producers & actors Remote producers Music directors North 24 deg 48' 55" East 424.36 feet; thence North 51 deg 50" West 389.63 feet, more or less, to the Easterly line of the Lake Flat Annexation Annexa-tion boundary; thence North 1112.10 feet, more or less, to the South line of the Northeast North-east quarter of Section 22, said Township and Range; thence Easterly along saia South line 1 176.57 feet, more or less, to the Summit-Wasatch Summit-Wasatch County line; thence following said County line Northeasterly to a point which is South 0 deg 12' 27" East 222.16 feet from the East quarter corner of Section 15, aforesaid Township and Range; thence North 0 deg 12' 27" East 222.16 feet to said East quarter corner of Section 15; thence North 0 deg 11' 22" East 2480.93 feet, more or less, to a point on the Easterly boundary of Solamere Subdivision at a point 296.58 feet East and 118.77 feet South from the Southwest corner of Section 11, Township and Range aforesaid; thence following the boundary of Solamere Subdivision for the next 10 courses, thus: 1) North 32 deg West 1238.86 feet, 2) North 45 deg East 1128.0 feet, 3) North 1327.62 feet, 4) North 89 deg 54' 56" West 384.78 feet to the West quarter quar-ter corner of said Section 1 1 , 5) North 288.06 feet, 6) South 77 deg West 1622.0 feet, 7) South 35 deg 30' West 1410.0 feet, 8) South 12 deg 25' West 1500.0 feet. 9) North 77 deg 35' Wes' 1 90.90 feet, 10) South 51 deg East 32.96 feet, more or less, to a point due East of the Southeast corner of Section 9, Township and Range aforesaid; thence West 2456.49 feet, more or less, to said Southeast comer of Section Sec-tion 9; thence Westerly along the South line of said Section 9, 2626.39 feet to the South quarter corner of Section 9; thence continuing along the South line of Section 9 North 89 deg 29' 27" West 252.2 feet, more or less, to a point of intersection with the East right-of-way line of the Union Pacific Railroad; thence Northerly and Northeasterly along said right-of-way line to its intersection with the West line of the Northeast quarter of section 9; thence North 0 deg 37' 14" East along said West line 276 feet, more or less, to a point on the Northerly North-erly right-of-way line of the Union Pacific Railroad at a point which is South 0 deg. 37' 1 4" West 281 .42 feet from the center of said Section 9; thence Westerly and Northwesterly North-westerly along said railroad right-of-way to its point of intersection in-tersection with the South line of Highway 248; thence South 75 deg 32' West along said South edge 103.27 feet, and is more or less, to the intersection intersec-tion of Highway 248 and Homestake Road, then South and West along Homestake Road to the Southwest comer of the Claimjumper Condominiums, then North along the West boundary of the Claimjumper and Homestake Condominiums Con-dominiums boundaries Ur the next three courses, thus: 1 ) North 4 deg 20' West 92.45 feet, 2) North 23 deg 39' East 281.18 feet, 3) North 20 deg West 360.0 feet, more or less, to the South edge of Highway 248, then West along the South edge of Highway High-way 248 South 75 deg 32' West 957.7 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning. Persons having objections to the proposed Redevelopment Redevelop-ment Plan, or who deny the existence of blight in the proposed pro-posed project area, or the regularity of prior proceedings proceed-ings may appear at the hearing hear-ing or may file written objections objec-tions prior to the hearing with the City Recorder, showing show-ing cause why the proposed prop-osed Plan should not be adopted. A copy of the proposed Redevelopment Re-development Plan, dated December De-cember 3, 1981 is on file for public inspection in the office of the Redevelopment Agency of Park City, 528 Main Street, Park City, Utah, 84060. By order of the City Council of Park City, Utah, this 28th day of December, 1981. John C. Green, Jr. Mayor PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPER DECEMBER 31, 1981, JANUARY 7, 14, and 21, 1982. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment Adjust-ment on Zoning of Park City, Utah, will at its meeting to be held on Tuesday, February 2, 1982, beginning at 5:00 p.m. at Marsac School on Marsac Avenue (south entrance), consider the following appeal ap-peal with respect to the enforcement of the zoning ordinance and IT IS HEREBY REQUIRED THAT EACH CASE UP FOR HEARING WILL BE PRESENTED AND ARGUED BEFORE THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT EITHER BY THE PETITIONER OR BY AN AUTHORIZED AGENT. IF REPRESENTED BY AN AGENT, THE AGENT MUST HAVE WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM THE OWNER. 1. Application of Dewey Anderson, the owner of Lot 42 In Prospector Square (located at the corner of Sidewinder Drive and U-248), requests a variance to allow for the construction of an underground un-derground parking structure. struc-ture. 2. Application of the Skier's Motel and Lodge, the owners of the property located at 1235 Norfolk Avenue, request a variance vari-ance to expand an existing non-conforming use with insufficient land area as per the code. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN-TERESTED IN BEHALF OF OR IN OPPOSITION TO ANY OF THE APPLICATION AP-PLICATION WILL BE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD AT THE MEETING. Published In THE NEWSPAPER January 21, 28, 1982. LEGAL NOTICE PARK CITY SUMMIT COUNTY, UTAH PARK CITY REDEVELOPMENT REDEVELOP-MENT AGENCY MEETING PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the Park City Redevelopment Agency will hold a meeting at the Memorial Building at 5 p.m., on January 21, 1982. AGENDA I. ROLL CALL II. PUBLIC HEARING -To Consider Adoption of the Park City Neighborhood Neigh-borhood Development Plan, dated December 3, 1981. III. Approval of the Revised By-Laws of the Agency IV. Election of Officers (1) Executive Director (2) Secretary V. Resolution Establishing Establish-ing a Regular Meeting Date, Time and Place. VI. Resolution Approving Ap-proving the Park City Neighborhood Development Develop-ment Plan, dated Decembers, Decem-bers, 1981. VII. Consideration of the Report on the Park City Neighborhood Development Develop-ment Plan. VIII. Resolution Approving Ap-proving the 1981-82 Fiscal Year Implementation Program, Park City Neighborhood Neigh-borhood Development Plan and Budget. Published in THE NEWSPAPER, January 21, 1982. letterheads logos graphic design layout typesetting printing flyers brochures business cards mailers advertising . . . v o Call The Newspaper649-9014, 419 Main St., Park City LEGAL NOTICE The Summit County Commissioners will receive sealed bids for the construction of a TV transmitter trans-mitter building, Including site work, (near Park City, Utah) at the chambers of the Commission, Summit County Courthouse, Coalville, Utah, until 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 18, 1982, when such bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Contract documents and specifications can be obtained ob-tained from the Summit County Planning Office, Coalville, Utah or from Forsgren and Perkins Engineering, 1849 West North Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah. Reed D. Pace, Summit County Clerk. Published In THE NEWSPAPER, January 21, 28 and February 4, 1982. LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE Ordinance No. 82-2 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CERTAIN SECTIONS OF ORDINANCE OR-DINANCE NO. 12-79, REMOVING THE COUNCIL COUN-CIL MEMBER FROM THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING ATTENDANCE AS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT. WHEREAS, the City Council is able to keep fully advised of the disposition of matters before the Planning Commission Com-mission by working with the Planning Staff and other city officials and employees, so that attendance atten-dance of Planning Commission Com-mission meetings by City Council member is unnecessary. un-necessary. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that: Section 1: Sections 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 of Ordinance No. 12-79 shall be repealed and re-enacted as follows: Section 1.1. Planning Commission Created: There is hereby created a city Planning Commission to consist of eight (8) members. Members shall be appointed by the Mayor, with advise and consent of the Council. Section 1.2. Terms of Members: Members of the Planning Commission shall serve terms of four (4) years. .The terms shall be staggered so that two (2) members shall be appointed ap-pointed each year. Terms shall expire on the second Monday In February, but members on the Planning Commission shall continue con-tinue to serve until their successors are appointed and qualify. The Mayor shall appoint a new Planning Plan-ning Commission member to fill vacancies that might arise and such appointments appoint-ments shall be to the end of the vacating members term. Section 1.3. Absence Deemed Resignation: Any Planning Commission member who is absent from two (2) consecutive regularly scheduled Planning Plan-ning Commission meetings meet-ings shall be deemed to have resigned from the Commission, unless those absences are excused by the Chairman of the Planning Plan-ning Commission. Section 2: The appointments appoint-ments of existing Planning Plan-ning Commission members mem-bers shall not be affected hereby. Section 3. Effective Date: This ordinance shall take effect upon publication. PASSED AND ADOPTED ADOP-TED this 14th day of January, 1962. PARK CITY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. Published in THE NEWSPAPER January 21, 1982. LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER AN AMENDMENT AMEND-MENT TO ORDINANCE 8-80A of THE LAND MANAGEMENT CODE AT PUBLIC HEARINGS ON JANUARY 28 AND FEBRUARY 4, 1982, TO BE HELD IN THE MEMORIAL BUILDING IN PARK CITY, AT 5 P.M. PURPOSE OF THE AMENDMENT IS MODIFICATION TO THE HR1 ZONE AND CLARIFICATION OF THE HCB ZONE TO ALLOW SKI LIFTS AS A CONDITIONAL CON-DITIONAL USE. Park City Municipal Corporation Recorder. Published in THE NEWSPAPER January 21, 28 and February 4, T982.1'