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‘I’m a country girl, you know’ Elizabeth resident Lois Wilson celebrates 100 years

By Tom Skelley tskelley@coloradocommunitymedia.com Born Oct. 10, 1916, in her grandparents’ home near Colorado Springs, Lois Wilson spent her childhood years working on the family farm, sledding behind a horse down unpaved roads and taking trips to Castlewood Canyon, where she learned to cook hamburgers on a shovel over a fire. But her favorite place was somewhere a lot of children still dread: Wilson loved going to school. “I dearly loved school,” she said of her early years at Hilltop Elementary in Doug-

las County. “When you’re on the farm you don’t get to see the other kids.” Just a day after her 100th birthday, Wilson looked back on her life and the people and experiences that made it all meaningful for her. Through it all, the importance of education, family and faith were apparent. Her early fondness for school paid off, and she earned a scholarship to the University of Denver upon graduating from Parker High School. “My grades were the highest in the class,” she said, adding with a laugh, “in our class of six people.” Wilson worked for her room and board at DU, graduating in 1936 with a degree in education. She returned to the Hilltop Wilson continues on Page 17

Lois Wilson sits in the basement of her daughter, Rhoda Castillo’s, Elizabeth home on Oct. 11. Wilson, who turned 100 on Oct. 10, has eight living children, 17 grandchildren and 38 greatgrandchildren. Photo by Tom Skelley

Voters to decide on minimum wage hike Single-payer health care, aid in dying and primary elections are among ballot issues By Kyle Harding kharding@coloradocommunitymedia.com

Ty Oliver runs a quarterback keeper for Elizabeth during the Oct. 14 road league football game against Ridge View Academy. Oliver ran for a touchdown and threw a pair of touchdown passes as the Cardinals racked up an impressive 41-6 win to keep them in the running to earn a playoff berth. Photo by Tom Munds

Win keeps Cardinals in contention

Elizabeth’s victory moves them closer to playoff goal

By Tom Munds tmunds@coloradocommunitymedia.com Elizabeth’s football team scored early and often Oct. 14 as it rolled to a 41-6 league win over Ridge View Academy.

The Cardinals’ win earned them third place in the Class 2A Colorado League standings to keep them in contention for a playoff berth. “We are a young team, but we have great leadership from our eight seniors on the roster,” Cardinals coach Michael Zoesch said. “Our seniors are helping us focus so we are where we want to be, which is right on the edge of making the

Small business owner Janelle Sullivan believes Colorado’s minimum wage should be raised but says a proposed increase on this year’s ballot goes too far. “It’s too much, too fast,” said Sullivan, who has owned Hot Pots Studio on Main Street in Littleton since 2003. But Patty Kupfer, campaign manager at Colorado Families for a Fair Wage, said

playoffs and we think we should still be playing in the postseason.” He said there are 64 kids out for the football team this year. “That is good and enough so we can have a varsity, a junior varsity and a C team,” Zoesch said. “But that isn’t quite where we want to be and we hope those

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numbers will grow in the coming seasons.” Elizabeth controlled the tempo of play from the opening kickoff. The guys in the trenches controlled the line of scrimmage on offense and on defense. On offense, the Cardinals gained 309 yards rushing on 34 carries. They went to the air occasionally and completed six passes for 97 yards. Defensively, Ridge View Academy had trouble moving the football on the ground and in the air. Most of the Rams’ possessions were three plays and a punt. Elizabeth was ahead 41-0 with the starters on the sidelines when Ridge View broke a long run to score their only touchdown. Elizabeth quarterback Ty Oliver completed 6-of-9 passes for 97 yards and a pair of touchdowns He also carried the ball six times for 57 yards and a touchdown. Sophomore Reece Utley was the rushing leader as he carried the ball 12 times for 160 yards and two touchdowns, plus he caught a pass for 47 yards for a touchdown, and he played defense and made five tackles. Teammate Thomas Stieb carried the ball five times for 21 yards and a touchdown. Wyatt Thies caught four passes for 29 yards and a touchdown and made two solo tackles and three quarterback sacks. Stieb and Nate Spidel each had a quarterback sack. Dalton Hitt gained 60 yards for the Cardinals returning punts and kickoffs. Dalton Hitt completed the scoring as he kicked five extra points. Senior quarterback Ty Oliver praised the play of the offensive linemen. “Everything starts up front

Reece Utley follows his blockers as he runs the ball for Elizabeth during the Oct. 14 league football game on the road against Ridge View Academy. Utley carried the ball 12 times for 160 yards and two touchdowns plus he caught a pass for a touchdown as the Cardinals rolled to a 41-6 win, lifting their overall record to 3-4 and their league record to 2-1. Photos by Tom Munds with the offensive line and without their great blocking, none of this would have happened for us,” he said. “We got out in front and we were able to practice a few different things. For example, we went into the spread formation, which is something we don’t do very often. I feel that after our success we are more confident when we use the spread.” Oliver said the Cardinals like to run the ball and it was fun against Ridge View Academy because he got to throw a few more passes. “Our guys ran good routes today so there were guys who got open so I could throw passes to them,” he said. “It was good to be able to complete passes to our guys and it was fun that two of them were for touchdowns.”

Wyatt Thies is untouched as he crosses the goal line for an Elizabeth touchdown during the Oct. 14 league football game on the road against Ridge View Academy. Thies caught four passes for 29 yards and a touchdown plus he sacked the Rams quarterback three times as he helped the Cardinals post a 41-6 victory.

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District 1 Elbert County commissioner candidates

Jill Duvall, Democrat

Chris Richardson, Republican

About Duvall: The Elizabeth resident has worked as a middle school English teacher and a small business owner. She has a bachelor’s degree from Washington State University. More information: jduvall908@aol.com; 303646-3203; vote4jill.org

About Richardson: The Elizabeth resident serves on the Elbert County Planning Commission and on the Elizabeth School Board. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2011 as a colonel following 23 years of service. More information: Chris@Richardson4Elbert. com; 720-443-0527; www. Richardson4Elbert.com

Why should voters choose you for this office? It is past time to select Duvall a leader from other than the “good ol’ boys” club. Having spent the past six years attending virtually all the county commissioner and planning commission meetings, I am up-to-speed on the issues, requiring less on-the-job training than has been the pattern for so many years in Elbert County. Describe an accomplishment that best illustrates your effectiveness as a leader. As co-founder of ECOGIG (Elbert County Oil/Gas/Water Interest Group), I have built up a following of almost 500 families receiving this newsletter/blog keeping citizens updated on local and state issues related to these resources. A significant achievement of ECOGIG was rallying hundreds of county citizens to the 2011 BOCC meeting, resulting in Nyquist withdrawing his request to pump water out of our county. How can county commissioners better work together to ensure more is accomplished? Commissioners must be able to cohesively establish goals and visions for the county. Until the leaders know

where they are going, it’s difficult to expect buy-in from the citizens. Commissioners also need to be the grown-ups in the room and lead by example. Teamwork is a critical part of the educational process; as a middle school team leader in the public school system, collaboration was a required element for success. How would you approach the county’s financial struggles? Reprioritize where the taxpayers’ dollars are being spent by focusing on revenue-generating departments, hiring department heads whose experience matches job requirements (eliminate outsourcing), hiring a finance director with municipal/county experience, creating a Citizens’ Budget Oversight Committee, and analyzing spending patterns/percentages utilized by financially responsible counties in the state. Craft a budget based on the vision and the strategic plans of the county commissioners — rather than the current seat-of-the-pants budgeting driven by staff. What else should voters know about you? Reared on a wheat and cattle ranch in eastern Washington state, currently serve on the Elbert County Fair Board as well as a trustee on board of the Pines and Plains Library District (where the board has turned a dire financial situation in a positive direction), married to Jim Duvall, mother of three (a teacher, a lawyer and a vice-president of a tech company), grandmother of six, and most anxious for optimism about our county government to reign in Elbert County.

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Why should voters choose you for this office? I possess a unique combination of professional organizational leadership, teamwork, public service and resource management abilities. As a school board member, I currently oversee a budget very similar to that of our county. Decades of experience providing quality services in complex and difficult environments coupled with the insight gained through service as a planning commissioner and active involvement in many local organizations give me tremendous insight into the needs and potential of our county. Describe an accomplishment that best illustrates your effectiveness as a leader. In 2012, I chaired a committee that determined our school district’s infrastructure needs. Our team’s analysis prioritized issues that preserved taxpayers’ investment and the safety of our students and staff. After election to the school board, I built support to address these issues with my fellow board members and throughout the community. By keeping leaders focused we have successfully addressed these issues by careful internal budgeting and successfully applying for $1.8 million in state grants.

How can county commissioners better work together to ensure more is accomplished? Voters currently have the unique opportunity to elect an entirely new commissioner team. I pledge to work with my fellow commissioners to establish service to our citizens as our first and greatest concern, and to develop a shared set of goals- achievable and measurable- to form the basis of all our work. By making the achievement of these shared goals in a professional and respectful manner the focus of this BOCC, we will accomplish much.

How would you approach the county’s financial struggles? We struggle because revenues remain flat even as population and demands for services increase. Previous commissioners reacted to reduced revenues by cutting and borrowing; lowering levels of services and our ability to generate income. Improvement depends on economic development. We must encourage businesses that allow our citizens to spend here versus in neighboring counties. Continued careful management of expenses with a focus on activities that increase income is the key to improving our financial position. What else should voters know about you? I believe in limited, effective and open government. My priority as county commissioner is bringing the voice of my district and a consideration of what’s best for the whole county into all decisions. By nature, and professional background, I am a servant-leader and problem solver. I believe we live in a great county and that with planning and effort we can become even better. I look forward to serving our county as District 1 commissioner.

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District 2 Elbert County commissioner candidates Don Charobee, Democrat About Charobee: The Elbert County resident spent 35 years as a federal law enforcement officer, working as a special agent with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Customs Service, with experience as a manager and supervisor. He is a certified anti-money laundering specialist. More information: Vote4Charobee.org; ElectCharobee@gmail. com Charobee

How can county commissioners better work together to ensure more is accomplished? The problem with our commissioners has been an apparent lack of respect for one another, compounded by an unwillingness to exercise their authority. My experience has taught me that teamwork and compromise are the best ways to accomplish great things. I have demonstrated that I am able to think outside the box and that I have vision to strive for solutions in spite of deadlock.

Why should voters choose you for this office? My lack of previous political involvement means I do not owe favors to either political party. I have extensive management experience in a very large organization that has involved every management situation that is currently plaguing this county. I have led armed law enforcement officers into harm’s way with no loss of life and earned their respect. My investigations of financial crimes give me a perspective unlike no other candidate in this race.

How would you approach the county’s financial struggles? I would look for ways to improve our revenue through means other than tax increases and traffic citations. I would seek the restoration of the 3 percent tool tax on businesses, ensure existing properties are properly zoned and assessed for all monies owed, and licensed home improvement businesses. I would look for grants and funds available through state/ federal programs. My first act would be to repeal the 30 percent pay increase for commissioners authorized by the current board.

Describe an accomplishment that best illustrates your effectiveness as a leader. I have supervised and managed groups of armed men into harm’s way, where high pressure and rapidly changing situations require a need to adapt and make sound decisions in a very short time. I have always been successful in this regard in which none of my people have been wounded and most certainly none were ever left behind. I have accomplished this with large multi-jurisdiction teams in large-scale operations and with small teams with limited objectives.

What else should voters know about you? My federal law enforcement career has been centered on protecting our nation’s communities for most of my adult life. I have learned from triumphs and failures. My wish now is to protect this community, in which we all live, from a repeat of the dysfunctional government we have witnessed. Leaders are either thermometers or thermostats. One simply measures the temperature of the room, the other sets it. I am the man who sets the temperature.

Daniel Willcox, Republican About Willcox: The Elbert County resident has experience in small business (Willcox Automotive) and spent 32 years with the Aurora Fire Department, retiring as deputy chief of support services in 2013. He has a bachelor’s degree in human resource management from Regis University. More information: 303-589-7222

Willcox

Why should voters choose you for this office? The county needs professional, respectful and team-oriented leadership. I will work with the other commissioners in developing a culture that fosters respect and professionalism. My role as a commissioner is to ensure the success of Elbert County at present and into the future. My experience includes managing taxpayer dollars exceeding $35 million, interaction with multiple internal departments and external entities in accomplishing governmental goals and/or projects. Describe an accomplishment that best illustrates your effectiveness as a leader. In 2005 as a deputy chief for the Aurora Fire Department, we were tasked with providing shelter for Hurricane Katrina refugees. It was critical to have people working toward the same goal, which was to house hundreds of refugees safely in a very short amount of time. I was the mediator and/or organizer between multiple organizations. I had to consider diverse priorities in developing a plan acceptable to all. I was awarded the “Humanitarian of the Year” award from the Aurora Chamber

of Commerce for my actions in this event. How can county commissioners better work together to ensure more is accomplished? First, you treat each other with respect, you listen, and invite open, honest discussion. More importantly, you as a team, create a culture that is based on professionalism, respect and trust. The team should develop a mission statement and a long-term plan so you are united in striving to obtain the same goals and objectives. Each commissioner has unique strengths and perspectives generating synergy. We are more effective as a group then as individuals. How would you approach the county’s financial struggles? With the assistance of department heads, elected officials and with citizen input provide direction and budget priorities. In order to address the county’s financial struggles, the commissioners will have to focus more on the revenue side. Increased planned development is a must for the majority of our revenue is based on property tax. An all-encompassing master plan needs to be completed, providing some direction for our developmental growth and economic future. What else should voters know about you? I will dedicate the time and effort in serving Elbert County. I chose to live in this county because it afforded me the opportunity to build a home for my family. I was born and raised in Colorado and feel Elbert County is the best place in the world to live.

District 3 Elbert County commissioner candidates

Grant Thayer, Republican

Thayer

About Thayer: The engineer lives east of Kiowa and has worked as chief operating officer and chief executive officer of multiple companies and has operated a cattle ranch. He has an engineering degree from the University of Wyoming and a master’s in business administration from Southern Methodist University. More information: grant_thayer@

live.com Why should voters choose you for this office? I am educated, dedicated and have the life experience that has equipped me with the skills to do the job effectively. Elbert County is my home and I am committed to work with county

parency regarding all actions contemplated or acted upon.

Describe an accomplishment that best illustrates your effectiveness as a leader. Part of my career was related to the negotiation and management of mergers and acquisitions. This required a combination of budget, diplomatic and management skills to facilitate the integration of various management structures and people into a consolidated structure that worked.

How would you approach the county’s financial struggles? The income to the county dictates the level of services that can be provided to the public. The county needs to develop a strategic action plan that outlines a vision of where it wants to be in five years and provide a road map to reach this destination. Included within the plan would be a strategy to increase revenues, without increasing home owner taxes. The plan would include some type of focused economic development and set priorities regarding desirable outcomes and related time tables.

How can county commissioners better work together to ensure more is accomplished? The first and most important step is to incorporate a professional and courteous atmosphere in all public and private meetings. This must be combined with a commitment to trans-

What else should voters know about you? I do not need the job as county commissioner, but I look forward to the challenge and using a life time of accumulated knowledge make every effort to be the best commissioner possible!

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October 20, 2016

Study suggests limit on human life span

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115 may be outer edge of what is possible By Alicia Chang Associated Press Just how long can people live? New research suggests there may be a limit to our life span — one that’s hard to extend without some sort of breakthrough that fixes all age-related problems. The record for the world’s oldest person is 122 years and the odds of shattering that record are slim, according to an analysis published Oct. 5 in the journal Nature. “It seems extremely difficult if not impossible to break through that ceiling due to the complexity of the aging process,” one of the researchers, Jan Vijg, a geneticist at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, said in an email. Life expectancies in many countries have risen dramatically because of improvements in medical care and sanitation in the last century. The maximum age of death has also increased, leading some to believe that there’s no boundary to how long people can live.

In the new study, researchers analyzed mortality data from a global database. They found that while there have been strides in reducing deaths among certain groups — children, women during childbirth and the elderly — the rate of improvement was slower for those over 100 years old. Next they examined how old centenarians were when they died. The record holder is Jeanne Calment, of France, who lived until 122 years old. Since her death in 1997, no one has broken her record. The researchers calculated the odds of someone reaching 125 years in a given year are less than 1 in 10,000. They think the human life span more likely maxes out at 115 years. Some aging specialists said the study doesn’t take into account advances that have been made in extending the life span — and health — of certain laboratory animals including mice, worms and flies through genetic manipulation and other techniques. The goal is to eventually find treatments that might slow the aging process in humans and keep them healthier longer. “We can greatly extend the life

spans of many different types of animals. I don’t think humans are an exception,” said David Sinclair, a geneticist at Harvard Medical School and a spokesman for the American Federation For Aging Research. S. Jay Olshansky, a longevity researcher at the University of Illinois at Chicago, said it remains to be seen just how much further life span can be stretched with technology. “If we succeed, current limits are likely to be broken. How much they are broken depends on the nature of the breakthrough,” he said in an email. Studies of centenarians have found that lifestyle choices play a bigger role than genetics in their longevity and most were able to delay disease and disability until late in life. Among supercentenarians _ people who survive to 110 years old or longer _ genes are key. Instead of searching for an anti-aging pill, people should focus on eating better and exercising to stay healthy in their twilight years, said Dr. Thomas Perls, professor of geriatrics at Boston University who heads the New England Centenarian Study.

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Elbert County News 7

October 20, 2016 Paid Advertisement

What Every Knee Arthritis Sufferer Should Know Especially If You Are “Bone On Bone” or Facing Surgery Even if you think a total knee replacment is your only option study shows new hope.

By Matt Edgar America’s Health Writer

Colorado Springs - Everyone knows someone with painful knee arthritis. In fact, new research published in the British Medical Journal found that for people over 50...even without any pain... up to 88% have knee arthritis. If you are over the age of 50 and have knee pain, according to this study there is 97% chance you already have arthritis of the knee. The Common Mistakes Many knee arthritis sufferers take anti-inflammatory and pain medications. Some try exercise or natural remedies. For most, nothing seems to work. The arthritis gets worse until things as simple as walking become too painful. That’s when they are faced with a HUGE... and

potentially life altering choice: Should You Get Total Knee Replacement Surgery? For some, knee replacement surgery is necessary. Recent advances in medical technology have made this procedure better than ever - but it is still a gruelling surgery with months of painful rehabilitation and - like all medical procedures - it does not work well for everyone and there are risks. And like any major surgery, it should be avoided or delayed -if there is another option. An Option To Surgery? Thankfully, advances in medical technology have come up with another potential option. This option is called viscosupplementation and a study published in the Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy had some good news. In the study, an Orthopae-

dic Surgeon looked back at 6 years of records in his office for treating patients with viscosupplementation. Results: 75% of patients opted NOT to have total knee replacements even though they thought they needed one when they first came into the office. The results of this study were echoed by the head of the Arthritis Pain Relief at Osteo Relief Institute of Colorado Springs, CO. “The specially trained doctors at Osteo Relief Institute have treated thousands of patients with viscosupplementation over the last 3 years and the results have been wonderful for most.” said one of the doctors. “I don’t have actual statistics like the study, but I have seen so many people with crippling knee arthritis get pain relief. And even some who were scheduled for surgery were able to

cancel it.” added one of the doctors. Is this a miracle cure? The doctor was quick to say no. “There are no miracle cures or magic wands for knee arthritis. But if this treatment gets rid of your pain - or let’s you cancel knee replacement surgery

and go back to doing some of the things you love - you might think it’s a miracle for you.” For more information on viscosupplementation for knee arthritis, one of the specialists at Osteo Relief Institute can be reached at 719-323-6551.

Advances in medical technology offer new hope: New treatments and technology are not only making people live longer - but with less pain. The majority of them are even avoiding, or at least delaying, knee replacement surgery with the help of laser-guided digital imaging and viscosupplementation.

The Medical Answer To Knee Arthritis Pain Without Surgery? Colorado Springs doctors merge high-tech medicine and all-natural treatments to create popular knee arthritis treatment program - patients give rave reviews; pain sufferers have opportunity to check it out risk free

against each other. (ORI) - “This is so exciting, This causes a little pain in I wanted to give every knee the beginning - but over time pain sufferer a chance to the pain steadily gets worse check it out risk free.” until it is excruciating. Those are the words of Like “Joint Oil” head clinician at ORI. Hyalgan works so well “We see so many patients who have suffered with knee because it is like “joint oil.” It is a natural substance that arthritis pain for years... contains the major natural and have tried everything building blocks of the synofrom pain pills to wonder vial fluid that lubricates your cure supplements... with no knee. success. Scientists and researchers They are in pain, frusdiscovered this natural buildtrated and facing total knee ing block is replacement found consurgery. “Michael Axe, MD, a centrated in It’s nice to clinical professor at the the rooster’s finally have University of Delaware, has comb - that a real medigiven more than 15,000 HA big red thing cal option injections, including 13,000 on top of the for them Hyalgan injections. He said roosters’s that might that 75% of his patients head. It is actually improve within five extracted help them.” injections of Hyalgan... from the added the Source:Orthopedics Today rooster’s doctor. comb, puriHe is referring to the knee arthritis fied and blended into a gellike cushioning agent. treatment program that has When it is injected diattracted hundreds and hunrectly into your knee joint, dreds of knee arthritis pain it is like squirting oil on a sufferers to Osteo Relief Institute located in Colorado rusty door hinge. Hyalgan allows your Springs, CO. joints to glide more smoothThat’s where specially ly eliminating a lot of the trained doctors have been adding viscosupplementation rubbing, grinding and pain. Can Supplements Do The treatments with Hyalgan to Same Thing? their already successful and No. Glucosamine and comprehensive knee pain chondroitin and other suprelief program. plements are much different. Hyalgan is unique You can only get viscosupbecause - even though it is plementation from a doctor manufactured by a pharmaand it often helps knee pain ceutical company, it’s NOT considered a drug because it sufferers who got limited or no success from glucosamine is a natural substance with and chondroitin. Beware of an incredible story. unsubstantiated claims made Why So Many Want It You see, when you suffer by supplements that claim to do what this advanced mediwith arthritis - the lubricatcal procedure does. ing fluid (synovial fluid) in Why You Should Try This your knee joint dries up... Even If You’ve Already like a car with little or no oil. Had Similar Treatments This means instead of Without results... gliding smoothly - your “We have been able to bones start to rub and grind

help so many knee pain sufferers - even many who have already tried other injections like Synvisc, Supartz, Orthovisc and even Hyalgan. We use special and very advanced laser-guided live motion imaging called “Hologic Digital Imaging” so we can see right into the joint. This allows us to put the Hyalgan exactly where it needs to be. Studies show doctors doing joint injections without fluoroscopy miss the joint up to 30% of the time.” added the director of Arthritis Treatment at Osteo Relief Institute. Osteo Relief Institute is a state of the art medical facility offering only the best technology. And that’s not all Osteo Relief Institute has a complete knee relief program called “P.A.C.E.” to make sure you get the most pain relief and the best possible results from treatment. “Every case is individual. Some patients get quite a bit of relief right away - others take a little more time. But most have been extremely happy and the results usually last for at least 6 months... much longer for many. Patients who were suffering for years with bad knee pain are getting their lives back... going for walks again and exercising. It’s amazing to see. They tell all their friends - that’s why we are swarmed. I can’t tell you how many patients have cancelled their knee surgeries.” noted the clinic director. How To Get It If you have knee pain, the doctors and staff would like to invite you for a free screening to see if you are a candidate for Hyalgan treatments and the P.A.C.E program. All you have to do is

Finding Relief: The laser guided imaging at Osteo Relief is helping give hope to those who have been facing going under the knife. Ever since the word got about their advanced knee arthritis treatments - the cutting-edge medical clinic has been swarmed with patients wanting to give it a try. The state-of-the-art facility is armed with the latest in pain treatment technology.

call 719-323-6551 right now and when the scheduling specialist answers the phone tell her you would like your risk free “Knee Pain Screening.” The specialists at Osteo Relief Institute can only accept a limited amount of new patients each month for this screening - so if you are interested please call now. Your risk free screening will only take about 25-30 minutes... you will get all

your questions answered and leave knowing if there is a possible solution to relieve your knee pain without surgery. And here’s something really important - Hyalgan treatments and the P.A.C.E program are covered by most insurance and Medicare. To schedule your risk free screening or if you have any questions call 719-323-6551.

If You Can Answer Yes - You Are Eligible For A Knee Arthritis Screening With The Experts At Osteo Relief Institute Do you have pain and osteoarthritis (arthri tis) of the knee?

Have you tried other treatments such as NSAIDS and other anti-inflammatory medications without success? Have you already tried viscosupplementa tion (Hyalgan, Supartz, Synvisc) without satisfactory results? If you answered yes to any of these questions- call Osteo Relief Institute and schedule your risk free knee pain screening 719-323-6551


8 Elbert County News

October 20, 2016

Secretary of State says election process secure

Wayne Williams discusses ballot questions and election process

By Kyle Harding kharding@coloradocommunitymedia.com Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams appeared at Arapahoe Community College to give an overview of the various initiatives on the Nov. 8 ballot as well as the election process itself — and assured the audience their vote counts. The Colorado Springs Republican told voters they shouldn’t worry much about Russian hacks of the election system, at least not in Colorado. “None of the tabulation systems are connected to the internet,” he said, noting that ballots are kept in a locked room under video surveillance and with tamper-evident seals. About 95 percent of Colorado voters vote by mail using a paper ballot. Furthermore, 18 counties, including Arapahoe County, use new voting

machines that also produce a paper ballot. Williams broke down the difference between a legislative initiative and a citizen initiative and the process for each one getting on the ballot: A legislative initiative must be approved by two-thirds of state lawmakers while a citizen initiative must collect petition signatures equaling 5 percent of the votes cast for the last Secretary of State election. He also explained the difference between an amendment, which changes the state Constitution, and a proposition, which merely changes state statute, before giving a brief overview of each of the nine initiatives on the statewide ballot. Answering an audience question about whether an individual’s vote truly counts, Williams recounted how Rep. Jared Polis, who represents Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, won his 2000 race for an at-large State Board of Education seat by only 106 votes out of 1.6 million cast. “So yes,” he said, “your vote matters.”

DOUGLAS COUNTY COLORADO

Motor Vehicle transactions not available on Tues., Nov. 8, Election Day Douglas County motor vehicle services will not be available on Tuesday, Nov. 8, Election Day, as all motor vehicle facilities will become ballot-drop-off sites and motor vehicle staff will shift focus in support of elections operations. All County motor vehicle facilities will re-open to provide motor vehicle services delivery during normal business hours on Wednesday, Nov. 9.

Six Voter Service and Polling Centers open on Oct. 24 Live in Douglas County? Plan to vote in the Nov. 8 general election and need elections-related assistance? Six voter service and polling centers will be open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. beginning October 24 and each weekday until Election Day, Nov. 8. Centers will also be open on two Saturdays, Oct. 29 and November 5 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. On Election Day 15 voter service and polling center hours will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. thanks to the Election Dayaddition of all nine Douglas County high schools designated as voter service and polling centers. Visit www.DouglasVotes.com for more information.

Don’t wait until Nov. 8! Vote your ballot today! Yes, Election Day is Nov. 8, but you may cast your voted ballot today and any day up until 7 p.m. Nov. 8. Save on postage by using one of eight drive-up, ballot drop-off locations throughout Douglas County. If you live in Douglas County, plan to vote in the general election and are not yet registered to vote, Colorado election law allows voter registration and voter participation by 7 p.m. on November 8. Visit www.DouglasVotes.com for more information.

What’s happening with my County government? Our commitment to open and transparent government includes our online posting of information about all public meetings at which the business of government is conducted. To view agendas for business meetings, land use meetings and public hearings, planning commission, the Board of County Commissioner’s weekly schedule and more, please visit www.douglas.co.us and search for meetings and agendas. www.douglas.co.us For more information or to register for CodeRED please visit www.DouglasCountyCodeRed.com

AREA CLUBS

Ongoing Find AA If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to stop, that’s ours. More than 1,000 AA meetings are offered in the Denver area every week. If you think you may have a problem with alcohol, come see us. To find a meeting near you, call 303-322-4440, or go to www.daccaa.org.

Affordable Colleges Online has created a guidebook to help women find and secure financial aid. The guide includes a collection of scholarships for women, including due dates and award amounts; insight into the financial aid application process; and other funding opportunities, such as industryspecific scholarships and funding for special groups. The guide is available online at http:// www.affordablecollegesonline.org/womens-guidepaying-for-college/. Camping Singles is a group of Colorado single adults who enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, swimming, biking, sightseeing, photography, the camaraderie of others, and starry nights around the camp fire. We usually camp in designated forest service or state park campgrounds within 2 to 5 hours of Denver. We welcome all single adults. Our membership ranges from the 40s to 60plus. We usually meet at 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of the month. For specific meeting information, contact campingsingles@gmail.com Castle Rock Bridge Club plays a friendly, ACBLsanctioned duplicate game at 1 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday at Plum Creek Golf Club, 331 Players Club Drive, Castle Rock. For assistance in finding a bridge partner, call Georgiana Butler at 303-810-8504. Go to www.castlerockbridge.com. Douglas-Elbert County Music Teachers’ Association meets at 9 a.m. every first Thursday at Parker Bible Church, between Jordan and Chambers on Main Street. All area music teachers are welcome. Call Lucie Washburn, 303-814-3479. The Elbert County Sheriff’s Posse is a nonprofit volunteer organization that is part of the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office. As volunteers we support the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office, all law enforcement in our county, and the community at large. For more information or a membership application, go to http://www.elbertcountysheriff.com/ posse.html, or contact Dave Peontek at 303-6465456.

association supporting veterans, their families, their survivors and the community, meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Legion Post Hall at South Banner Street and Elm Street in Elizabeth. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m., and the regular business meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. All veterans are invited to attend these meetings to learn of their eligibility for membership in the National American Legion Organization. The Elizabeth Food Bank, 381 S. Banner in Elizabeth (next door to Elizabeth Presbyterian Church) needs to let the public know that we are available to help anyone who needs food. The hours are Friday 12:30-3 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-11:30 a.m. Other times by appointment.

Kiowa Creek Food Pantry is a distribution site for the State of Colorado TEFAP food program. Food is distributed monthly to low income individuals/families that qualify. We also distribute low income senior food boxes for the state; those 60 and older may qualify for a monthly supplement. If you are in need of food assistance or know someone who is, we may be able to qualify you for one of these programs. Call the food pantry for more information at 303-621-2376, or come by from 8:30 a.m. to noon Tuesdays; we are located in the Fellowship Hall at 231 Cheyenne Street, Kiowa.

Lawyers at the Library, a free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney, will be offered from 6-9 p.m. the second Tuesday of every month at the Elizabeth Library, 651 W. Beverly St. Volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms and explain the process and procedure for the areas of family law, civil litigation, criminal defense, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law and civil protection orders. Walk-ins are welcome. Everyone will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis.

Mystery Book Club meets at 9:30 a.m. the first Saturday of each month at the Simla Public Library. The group enjoys talking about a variety of mystery authors and titles. We also periodically host a Colorado author during our meetings. Everyone may join us, and registration is not required. Visit the Simla Branch of the Elbert County Library District at 504 Washington Avenue, call 719-541-2573, or email farabe@elbertcountylibrary.org.

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Elbert County News 9

October 20, 2016 PAID ADVERTISEMENT

Knee Arthritis Pain: One HUGE Mistake And Two “Smart Moves”

Doctor’s Simple Advice Gets Rave Reviews By Patients Lucky Enough To Give It A Try By Matt Edgar America’s Health Writer

Denver- Have you been told that exercise will help your knee arthritis pain? Well... has it helped? If it hasn’t, one local doctor has a very good reason why. Not only that - he says if you are trying to exercise with knee arthritis - you might be making a HUGE mistake. Sounds crazy? Yes it does. In fact, I thought it was a ridiculous thing to say. That is until I talked to some of his patients who gave him rave reviews. Many said he completely changed their life. When they first came to the office, their knee arthritis pain was so bad they could barely walk and were scheduled for total knee replacement surgery. In a relatively short period of time, they cancelled surgery and are enjoying their lives again. Why is exercising a HUGE mistake and what does this doctor recommend that is helping so many knee arthritis sufferers who come to see them from all over the state? Double Edged Sword The doctor says that exercising with knee arthritis is a double edged sword. It is true, your knee joints need motion to be healthy.

And lack of motion can be very detrimental. Without motion joints become “sick.” And in theory exercising should help knee arthritis. But here is the BIG problem: Knee arthritis is condition that dries up the lubricating fluids in your knee. It also changes the joint surface and creates bone spurs. Because of these changes - exercising on an arthritic knee can cause more swelling, more pain and more arthritic changes. Imagine driving your car without any oil. What happens? The engine parts scrape together and wear out. You can’t simply drive your car more and make it better. And in many cases - you simply can’t just exercise your knee and make it better, either. What’s the answer? In a car it’s simple - put in more oil. And then make sure the oil level is correct and it is changed when necessary. With your knee joints - it is a little more complicated. The major lubricating fluid in your knee joint is called synovial fluid. Synovial fluid is the fluid that “dries up” when you suffer with arthritis. But there is good news: Now doctors can inject one of the building blocks of synovial fluid

Making Knee Arthritis Pain Worse: Research has discovered that people are suffering with arthritis much younger than expected. Making the right treatment choices now can possibly stop the progression and eliminate the pain.

directly into your knee joint. This building block of synovial fluid is called hyaluronic acid. And when hyaluronic acid is injected directly into the knee joint, many experts believe it helps lubricate the joint. Some say it is like squirting oil on a rusty door hinge. This allows the knee joint to glide more smoothly and often reduces or even eliminates pain. And here is the most important part: Now that the joint is lubricated and can move with

less or no pain - specific exercises can be a tremendous help. That’s why the doctors (when patients qualify) treat knee arthritis patients with hyaluronic acid injections FIRST and then prescribe a very specific rehabilitation and exercise program specially developed to help knee arthritis pain. This comprehensive knee arthritis pain program is called, “P.A.C.E.” and has been getting wonderful results. So what is the HUGE mistake? If you suffer with knee arthritis and are exercising and the pain is either not getting better - or getting worse - you may be making a mistake. You may actually be making things worse. And that’s the last thing you want to do. What are the two “smart moves?” If you have knee arthritis pain, look into viscosupplementation with hyaluronic acid. In many cases treatment with hyaluronic acid followed by a specific rehabilitation or exercise program can get results when everything else has failed. In fact, it is not uncommon to get pain relief just from the hyaluronic acid treatments alone - without doing any rehabilitation or exercising at all. And the results can be dramatic. If you are thinking about

giving hyaluronic acid treatments a try - this is VERY IMPORTANT: In our opinion the doctor you choose should use advanced imaging technology such as fluoroscopy to guide the injections and make sure the hyaluronic acid goes where it is supposed to. Laser guided digital imaging is one of the best technologies to guide injections. Research shows that without fluoroscopy, doctors miss the joint space up to 30% of the time. Obviously, if the joint space is missed - the treatment cannot work. If you have already had viscosupplementation without this advanced imaging technology and it did not work - you may want to give it another try with a doctor who uses this cutting edge technique to get the best results possible. So, if you suffer with knee arthritis pain, talk to a specialist about viscosupplementation with hyaluronic acid especially if exercise is not working or making things worse. And make sure the doctor you choose works in a state-ofthe-art medical facility and uses advanced fluoroscopic imaging (Like laser guided digital imaging) to guide the injections to make sure the treatments have the best chance to work. For more information on viscosupplementation for knee arthritis or to get a free screening to see if this treatment is right for you, one of the specialists at Osteo Relief Institute can be reached at 720-500-1045.

Knee Pain Treatment Craze In Denver

After thousands already helped knee pain suffers face 48 hour cut off to get risk free screening for incredibly popular treatment (ORI) - The clock is ticking. There is only 48 hours to go. If you suffer with knee arthritis pain and would like to get a risk free knee pain screening to see if the experts at Osteo Relief Institute in Greenwood Village, CO can help you with their extremely popular knee pain relief program - read this right now. Here is why: For the past several years, the experts at Osteo Relief Institute have been literally swarmed with knee arthritis sufferers looking for relief. Nearly all these knee pain sufferers chose Osteo Relief for one reason - their top-notch knee pain relief program featuring viscosupplementation with hyaluronic acid and specially designed rehabilitation program. The SecretTo Success? The experts at Osteo Relief Institute believe one of the biggest reasons for their success is the fact that they have some of the best technology money can buy. Laser Guided Digital Imaging The clinic uses extremely advanced imaging equipment that allows them to see directly into the knee joint that they are treating. This advanced imaging is called, “Laser Guided Digital Imaging” and many experts believe is the difference between success and failure with this knee pain treatment. And probably the best thing about this technology is that it has allowed the experts at Osteo Relief Institute to get results with knee pain when so many others have failed. What Is This Treatment? This treatment is viscosupplementation with hyaluronic acid (HA). Those are big medical terms that basically means this... When you have knee arthritis - the lubricating fluid (synovial fluid) in your knee joint dries up.

This means instead of gliding smoothly - your bones start to rub and grind against each other. This causes a little pain in the beginning - but over time the pain steadily gets worse until it is excruciating. Hyaluronic acid works so well because it is like “joint oil.” It is a natural substance and is one of the natural building blocks of the synovial fluid that lubricates your knee. Scientists and researchers discovered this natural building block to synovial fluid in the rooster’s comb - that big red thing on top of the roosters head. It is extracted from the roosters comb, purified and concentrated. When it is injected directly into your knee joint, it is like squirting oil on a rusty door hinge. Hyaluronic acid allows your joints to glide more smoothly eliminating a lot of the rubbing, grinding and pain. Why You Should Try This Even If You’ve Already Had Similar Treatments Without results... “We have been able to help so many knee pain sufferers - even many who have already tried other injections like Synvisc, Supartz, Orthovisc and even Hyalgan. We use special and very advanced low-dose videofluoroscopy imaging called “Hologic Digital Imaging” so we can see right into the joint. This allows us to put the Hyalgan exactly where it needs to be. Studies show doctors doing joint injections without fluoroscopy miss the joint up to 30% of the time.” said the director of Arthritis Treatment at Osteo Relief Institute. Osteo Relief Institute is a state of the art medical facility offering only the best technology. And that’s not all - Osteo Relief Institute has a complete knee relief program called “P.A.C.E.” to make sure you get the most

Hyalgan Injected Directly Into Knee Joint Like “Joint Oil”

Research Shows Doctors Miss The Joint Space About 30% Of The Time Without Advance Imaging

Successful Treatment - Hyalgan being precisely injected directly into the knee joint using Hologic digital imaging. Advanced imaging allows treatments to be as precise as possible. Hyalgan can lubricate the joint and decrease pain.

Failed Treatment - the injection (and Hyalgan) misses the joint space. Research shows this occurs up to 30% of the time without the use of Hologic Digital Imaging to guide the injection. This is why Hyalgan may not have worked for you.

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Learning to say ‘no’ so we can say ‘yes’ You have seen the advertisements on television, or heard them on the radio, and have probably seen them propagated on social media. “Vote Yes on Amendment (X),” or “Vote No on Amendment (Y).” Frankly there are more promotions asking us to vote “Yes” or “No” on an amendment than there is any substance to the amendment or the promotion. And I am sure many of you, like me, sit and wonder about what “Yes” and “No” really means in this year’s election. When I saw that latest ads asking for support or not to support Amendment 103 and 104 I kind of gave up on trying to remember how many amendments I can possibly keep track of, let alone make an intelligent vote for. So let’s put the amendments and the election behind us if we can for just a moment, or a day, or a month or a year or so. Sorry, I had another “Yikes” moment. But if we can put it all behind us and think about what we say “Yes” to and what we say “No” to for just a minute, we can probably save ourselves some time and certainly some angst. We can even become more productive and more at peace with all that we are doing and all that we are thinking about. Once again, I am not the first person to

share this advice nor will I be the last. As a matter of fact, I was recently reminded of this incredible advice by a very close friend of mine during a recent discussion. The advice is this, “Learn to say `No’ more often, so that you can say `Yes’ Michael Norton to the most important things and people in WINNING your life.” Seems so simple right? Yet so WORDS many of us want to be liked or seek approval that we will say “Yes” to everything and never leave ourselves enough time for anything. Again, not the first person to tell you this, and probably will never be the last. But repetition is the mother or father of either invention or success, and both are awesome. So hopefully you will hear it again and again and again from someone or everyone. Just think about this with me for a minute, what have you been saying “Yes” to that has caused you stress, drama, or has forced

you into being less productive than you could be? For me, it’s too many things, too many ideas, too many new business opportunities, and just too many “asks.” Saying “No” is hard for many of us. But we have to learn to say “No” so that we can say “Yes” to what is most important in our lives and the lives of those family and friends closest to us. This is not selfish, it is just reality. Saying “No,” by the way, is like batting practice. The more attempts or swings that you get, the more comfortable you will become at saying “No.” Just like a baseball player becomes more comfortable at the plate. They know which pitch to say “No” to and which pitch they can take a swing at. Saying “No” is hard. Saying “Yes” is easy. “Yes” is what people want to hear. So how about you? If you are struggling with learning what to say “Yes” to or what to say “No” to, I would love to hear all about it at gotonorton@gmail.com. And when we can learn to say “No” to the unimportant and say “Yes” to the important, it really will be a better than good week. Michael Norton is a resident of Castle Rock, the former president of the Zig Ziglar Corporation, a strategic consultant and a business and personal coach.

tial election years that don’t include an incumbent seeking re-election, notes Stephen Suttmeier, research analyst at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research. By contrast, in years when the sitting president is up for rePatricia Kummer election, the S&P 500 has averaged returns FINANCIAL of 12.6 percent. The STRATEGIES average for all years from 1928 through 2014 is 7.5 percent. Most analysts agree, we are not headed into recession and the general positive trend of the markets could very well continue barring extreme cases such as terrorism, or total misses of hitting economic growth targets for China. Therefore, let’s review our current and potential economic situation, as that is where the focus will be within a few weeks after the election. The positives are: Economic growth in the 2-3 percent GDP range. The most substantial since the Great Recession of 2008-9. Unemployment

has fallen from 10 percent to 5 percent and appears sustainable at these levels. Housing values have risen beyond the pre-credit crisis and in some cities have begun leveling off. Wages will likely increase gradually as growth pushes businesses to expand and fewer qualified workers are available. Inflation has been gradually ticking up. This is listed as a positive, in that if the goal is to get back to “normal” monetary policy, this could indicate potential growth going forward. Too much inflation, of course, is bad when it dampers economic growth. However, the current situation of very nominal increases of under one-half of 1 percent is perceived as healthy. Corporate earnings are improving, which in turn will help bring valuations in line. The negatives are: The age of the bull market, although the market increases since the end of Quantitative Easing has been reasonably slower. World market conditions, namely high debt and slow growth and aging demographics. Commodities continue to struggle under slower growth and large supplies despite some recent increases in oil prices. The effects of long-term low interest rate environment on fixed income portfolio holdings. Market volatility based on instant news Kummer continues on Page 11

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It may not be right, but it’s all that’s left I don’t feel good about this, but I don’t think I have a choice — in more ways than one. I have decided not to vote. Oh, I am going to vote. Just not for a president. I am fatigued, disgusted and disillusioned. I refuse to vote for the lesser of two anvils. And I’m tired of Hannity and Cooper and Blitzer and Kelly. It’s my ultimate responsibility, isn’t it? I am not doing my duty. Theodore Hesburgh said, “Voting is a civic sacrament.” I’m glad all over that this isn’t my first voting opportunity. I’d have a political hangover for years, and might not want to vote again. I have seen some genuine fools come and go, and some of them were elected. Nothing like this, though. I know what it means. I cannot complain about the outcome.

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Sustainable growth looks like trend The presidential election is in a few weeks and many investors are uneasy. There are just a few weeks left of campaign ads and next month there will be a new president announced. The stock market, however, seems more concerned about corporate earnings and interest rates. At least as of this writing. Historical research on stock market performance during election years turned out to be a big yawn. It may be best summed up by an international bank stating: “Absent recessions, there isn’t much of an election cycle.” During previous election years, the financial markets move in the direction the economic news of the day dictates, not who is in office. There have been slight downturns when a sitting president cannot run, which is the case in 2016. There are indications that financial markets prefer there to be two parties between the White House and Congress, not a single party in control. Markets like economic growth and dislike uncertainty. Once the new president is determined and some of the uncertainty falls away, then we are back to what the economy dictates as potential for economic growth. Since 1928, the Standard & Poor’s 500 — a widely watched benchmark of U.S. largecap companies — has dropped in presiden-

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Like the song (“Crazy”) goes, “It wasn’t because I didn’t know enough, I just knew too much.” Standing in front of their sycophants, who look like they are standing behind Craig Marshall Smith someone decent and profound, QUIET and listening to DESPERATION them yap about Miss Universe, I decided that I was done. All beauty pageants are imbecilic to begin with. For one of them to be a moment this deep into a presidential campaign stinks from here to Venezuela. I am no one’s role model except my own.

I learned about right and wrong from the right man. My father. What would he say? Pop was a Republican. We stopped talking about politics. It was the only thing we couldn’t agree upon. But I believe he would understand why I had chosen not to vote. Maybe not right away, but eventually. I cannot vote for anyone who is not as decent as my father. How’s that? There must be someone out there who will talk without stabbing the air with a forefinger to make a too-loud point about something they promise to do, first thing, as soon as they are elected, and then rub their hands together like Oil Can Harry after tying someone to the railroad tracks. It’s been vulgar and coarse for two years now. I would sooner vote for my mail carrier, or Vin Scully. Eight years ago, I stood in line for three hours to vote. Smith continues on Page 11

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her group worked with small businesses before settling on the phased-in $12-per-hour goal, believing it will have minimal impact on employment levels and prices of goods and services. “There were tough conversations around that,” she said, acknowledging that many activists wanted to push for a $15 wage floor. Amendment 70, one of nine statewide ballot questions, would incrementally raise the minimum wage to $12 per hour by January 2020, with continuing increases to adjust for cost of living. It would initially raise it from the current $8.31 per hour to $9.30 on Jan. 1, with 90-cent increases on Jan. 1 of 2018, 2019 and 2020. The wage would continue to be adjusted annually based on the consumer price index for the state. The minimum wage for tipped workers is $3.02 below the minimum wage. That would stay the same, meaning the minimum wage for tipped workers would rise to $8.98 in 2020. The current minimum wage of $8.31 amounts to about $17,000 per year for fulltime workers. It has risen from $6.85 since 2006 to account for increases in the Consumer Price Index. The wage hike has drawn opposition from chamber of commerce groups and restaurant and hotel organizations, as well as some small businesses. Sullivan employs three to five part-time workers at any given time who are paid between $10 and $13 per hour. Although some of her employees make above what the proposed minimum wage would be, there would be a secondary effect, she believes, leading to her higher-paid employees wanting to be paid more as well. She often employs students on a temporary basis and said she may not be able to hire as many workers if the wage rises. Economist Eric Fruits, in an analysis prepared for free-enterprise think tank Common Sense Policy Roundtable, wrote that the increase would decrease employment by 2 percent by 2020. However, an analysis by two University of Denver faculty members, economist Jack Strauss and graduate school of social work professor Jennifer Greenfield, disputes this, citing a 2015 paper that found a minimal effect on employment rates from rising minimum wages over 15 years. Here’s a look at the eight additional questions that made the ballot:

Amendment 69: ColoradoCare Amendment 69 would establish a statewide single-payer health care system called ColoradoCare. The system would be funded by new income taxes of 3.33 percent on employees and 6.67 percent on employers. It would be governed by a 21-member elected board of trustees. The election procedure will be determined by an interim 15-member board appointed by state legislative leadership and the governor. Parker activist Richard Turnquist was one of the early opponents of Amendment 69, registering the Committee to Stop Colorado Care in November 2015. “It represents a massive increase in government and in our state income tax burden,” he said. Turnquist is also skeptical of the quality of single-payer health care. The Colorado Medical Society board of directors also voted to oppose ColoradoCare, citing “complexity (and) uncertainty.” The measure has also split the left, with NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado coming out against it in June, citing concerns the state constitution ban on public funding for abortion would limit access to it. Morgan Carroll, the Democratic challenger to incumbent Mike Coffman in the 6th Congressional District, also declined to support ColoradoCare, saying rising health care costs must be solved at the national level. Democratic House District 38 hopeful Robert Bowen is one of a handful of candidates in the state actively supporting Amendment 69. “I think it’s something we ought to be doing, and it’s in the party platform,” he said. Bowen said he believes the system would actually decrease health costs for businesses but he said the health insurance industry wields a lot of power in the state. Proposition 106: Aid in dying Proposition 106 would allow a terminally-ill person with a prognosis of six months or less to live to self-administer aid-indying medication. The proposition would create the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act. In order to obtain the medication, the patient’s terminal prognosis must have been confirmed by his or her primary physician as well as a consulting physician, and the patient must be determined to be mentally capable, voluntarily express a wish to receive the medication and be a Colorado resident 18 or older.

The measure also makes it a felony to tamper with a request for aid-in-dying medication or knowingly coerce a terminally-ill person to request it, and also prohibits insurers from issuing policies with conditions about whether people can request the medication. Littleton clinical social worker Libby Bortz, who used to teach biomedical ethics, said she strongly favors the act, an opinion formed by her experience working with terminally ill people. “We are able to help our pets when they’re suffering,” she said. “Why we can’t help a human being is beyond me.” The Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University has opposed the measure, saying it doesn’t have necessary safeguards. “It opens the door for insurance companies and government to be invloved in everybody’s end-of-life decisions,” Director Jeff Hunt said. Hunt said he and the Centennial Institute also oppose assisted suicide on philosphical grounds. If Proposition 106 passes, Colorado would join Oregon, Washington, Vermont, Montana and California as states that allow terminally-ill people to end their lives. Only Oregon and Washington passed those laws by ballot initiative. Proposition 107: Presidential Primary Election Proposition 107 would re-establish the state’s presidential primary elections. Colorado held presidential primaries in 1992, 1996 and 2000, but has used the caucus system since. Both Republican and Democratic voters criticized the caucus this year as being chaotic, and many Republican voters were upset that the party did not conduct a straw poll to determine the preferred presidential candidate. Proposition 107 would also allow participation by unaffiliated voters. Proposition 108: Unaffiliated voter participation in primary elections Proposition 108 would open Colorado’s primary elections to unaffiliated voters. Under current law, a voter must be affiliated with a political party to vote in that party’s primary.

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It means a lot to me. If you think I am taking the easy way out this time, I’m not. I sweated this out. “Maybe one of them will become presidential.” I have been hearing that. That’s crazy too. It’s like saying a GP will become a brain surgeon, if you just hand him a brain. One way or another, we’ll all get by. There are plenty of other things to think

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worldwide. These knee-jerk reactions create background noise that may cause investors to abandon their long-term strategy. In summary, it is important for investors to stay focused on their strategy. It could be just as dangerous to miss an opportunity as it is to miss a market correction. It is fully expected that the markets could pull back 10-15 percent just due to the run-up we have had since 2009. Again, this would likely be based on an interest rate increase, earnings forecast or global issues. Of course an unexpected natural disaster, terrorist attacks or other non-financial issues could easily push the markets over until everything is sorted out. Rarely in history does a presidential election drive market returns, especially if there is perceived

Craig Marshall Smith is an artist, educator and Highlands Ranch resident. He can be reached at craigmarshallsmith@comcast.net.

economic growth potential. Investors may look to benefit from the explosion of new cloud technology, health-care changes and anything related to the $15 trillion industry called the baby boomers. The level of uncertainty of either candidate’s agenda will get the media riled up and could certainly cause some additional volatility in the near term. However, in the larger scheme of things, economic prosperity is what investors want, and the economy looks to be on a trend toward sustainable and reasonable growth. Patricia Kummer has been an independent Certified Financial Planner for 29 years and is president of Kummer Financial Strategies Inc., a Registered Investment Advisor in Highlands Ranch. Kummer Financial is a six-year 5280 Top Advisor. Please visit www.kummerfinancial.com for more information or call the economic hotline at 303-6835800. Any material discussed is meant for informational purposes only and not a substitute for individual advice.

Amendment U: Exempt possessory interests from property tax Amendment U would eliminate property tax for businesses and individuals who derive a benefit of $6,000 or less from the use of government-owned real property and adjust the exemption amount every two years to keep up with inflation. Currently, the state does not tax governmentowned property but does impose property tax on those who rent, lease or have other rights to use a government property, such as cattle-grazing rights. Amendment 71: Raise the bar for constitutional amendments Amendment 71 would create new requirements for placing a constitutional initiative on the ballot. Currently, to get a citizen initiative, backers must collect enough signatures to equal 5 percent of the votes cast in the most recent election for Secretary of State in a six-month period. In 2016, the requirement was 98,492 signatures. Amendment 71 would require that some of the signatures be collected in each of the state’s 35 Senate districts, in the amount of 2 percent of the registered voters in that district. It would also require a 55 percent super-majority of votes to adopt a change to the Constitution, rather than the current simple majority. Amendment 72: Increase in tobacco tax Amendment 72 would raise the state tax on cigarettes from 84 cents to $2.59 and increase the tax on other tobacco products from 40 percent of the retail price to 62 percent. The revenue would be distributed to various health programs that are already funded by tobacco taxes, as well as research grants studying tobacco-related health issues, tobacco-use prevention programs and others.

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about. Washington is very far away when your best friend is fighting a heroin addiction, or you’re out of work, or your marriage is disintegrating. I don’t recommend what I am about not to do. Like I said, I am not a model for anyone, or a final arbiter of anything. I can’t look at either one of them without something else. It comes with some resignation in it, about the realities of existence, and perhaps it comes with aging. It’s sadness.

Amendment T: No exception to involuntary service Amendment T would amend the state Constitution, removing an exception allowing the use of involuntary servitude as a punishment for crime. This could be interpreted to prohibit work requirements in the criminal justice system.

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All eyes on the cutting table at the first round of the Texas Roadhouse National Meat Cutting Competition on Oct. 11 at South Suburban Ice Arena, 6580 S. Vine St. Six of about 30 meat cutters will advance to the final round for a chance to win $20,000. Photos by Alex DeWind

Meat cutters show their skills at ice arena in first competition round

By Alex DeWind adewind@coloradocommunity The more than 30 men and women — from Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and South Dakota — at South Suburban Ice Arena last week weren’t wearing ice skates. Instead they were bundled up and stationed in front of a table with slabs of meat and kitchenware. The first round of the Texas Roadhouse National Meat Cutting Competition, created in 2001 to recognize the restaurant’s meat cutters, was held Oct. 11 at the Littleton ice venue. Texas Roadhouse has locations throughout the state and is known for its American cuisine, including steak, hand-made sides and rolls. The restaurant’s meat cutters are similar to butchers, said Rob Pesa, Texas Roadhouse product coach. “It is a skill,” Pesa said. “Unfortunately,

THE WINNERS Camerino Segura, of Thornton Jose Salas, of Parker Jose Reyes, of Northfield Angel Devora, of Fort Collins Cesar Cisneros, of Albuquerque, New Mexico

it’s a lost art.” At the event, each participant was given 25-30 pounds of beef — including one sirloin, one tenderloin and one ribeye — to cut in 60 minutes in the 38-degree ice rink. Meat cutters were judged on quality, speed and yield. Five advanced to the semifinals round, which is scheduled for March in Orlando, Florida. The winner of the na-

tional competition will pocket $20,000 and be recognized as Meat Cutter of the Year. Edgar Pantoga, a 13-year-old from Aurora, watched his mother from the stands. She was one of two women in the competition. “It’s cool because not many girls do it,” he said. “There are a lot of boys out there.” The profession isn’t easy. Meat cutters are on their feet from seven to eight hours a day in a 35-degree walk-in cooler, Pesa said. They are responsible for hand-cutting every steak served at their local Texas Roadhouse. “It’s a very difficult environment,” he said. “Finding the right people to do it is hard.” South Suburban Parks and Recreation has hosted the event at its ice arena, 6580 S. Vine St., for five years. The cool temperature keeps the meat from spoiling. “It’s fun,” said Dirk Doty, recreation coordinator. “Something different.”

Meat cutters are judged on quality, speed and yield for the chance to win $20,000.

‘Swan Lake’ features dancer set to retire at season’s end Principal dancer Maria Mosina, as Odette, partners with Alexei Tyukov in selected performances of “Swan Lake” at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver Performing Arts Complex. Mosina has announced that she’ll retire at the end of this season and turn to teaching younger dancers. The set and costumes are elegant and a live orchestra accompanies the dancers with Tchaikovsky’s lyrical score. A real treat! Remaining performances: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20, Oct. 21, Oct. 22; 2 p.m. Oct. 23. Coloradoballet. org, 303-837-8888, ext. 2. ‘It Can’t Happen Here’ — or can it? On Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. Curious Theatre, 1080 Acoma St., Denver, will join theaters across the nation in a free reading performance of a new adaptation of “It Can’t Happen Here,” based on Sinclair Lewis’ satirical novel (1935). Written during the rise of fascism in Europe, it tells a story of a demagogue who becomes president of the United States by

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promising to make the country great again. In 1936, theaters across the U.S. opened the play on the same night and this will be an 80th anniversary commemoration. The new adaptation is written by Berkeley Repertory Theatre Artistic Director Tony Taccone. Free, but RSVP is required at curioustheatre.org/ cant-happen.

Salida Circus Spooky fun and Halloween acts will be performed by the Salida Circus at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 21 at Bemis Library, 6014 S. Datura St., Littleton. All ages. Free refreshments. 303-795-3961.

‘Play-in’ presented The Arapahoe Philharmonic will present a “play-in” for high school orchestra and band students in Arapahoe and Douglas counties, as well as avocational adult musicians in the community, at Chaparral High School, 15655 Brookstone Drive, Parker. The school is hosting this full day orchestral experience. Participants will spend the day rehearsing the first movement of Beethoven’s “Fifth Symphony” and Sibelius’ “Finlandia.” The community is invited to a free 30-minute performance at 6:30 p.m. Devin Patrick Hughes is music director of the Arapahoe Philharmonic. Arapahoephil.org, 303-781-1892. Denver Lyric Opera Guild DLOG’s next Opera on Tuesday meeting will be at 11 a.m. on Nov. 1 at Pinehurst Country Club, 6255 W. Quincy Ave., Denver. The program will feature DU’s Lamont School of Music. Reservations by Oct. 27. ($40). Pay on dlog website, denverlyricoperaguild.org or send check to: Linda

Young, 934 S. Cove Way, Denver, CO 80210. Guests welcome. ACC Foundation “Grapes and Hops to Grads” will be hosted by Arapahoe Community College Foundation from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 10 at the Mike Ward Automotive Maserati Showroom, 1850 Lucent Court in Highlands Ranch. Sample from more than 45 different wines and craft beers from LIDO Wine Merchants. Proceeds will support the ACC Foundation. Tickets cost $45/person; $75/couple. ACC employees, alumni and students may purchase tickets for $35: bit. ly/ACCgrapes. Information: foundation@ arapahoe.edu, 303-797-5881. Parker Symphony Dvorak’s “New World Symphony” will be featured in the Parker Symphony’s concert at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29 at the PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker. Tickets: $27: parkerarts.org.


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Bringing outer space to the auditorium Dr. Leroy Chiao shares message of passion and courage with students By Tom Skelley tskelley@coloradocommunitymedia.com Students at Pine Lane Elementary enjoyed a presentation by a stellar speaker on Oct.3, capped off with a unique slideshow and an inspiring message. Dr. Leroy Chiao, a NASA veteran of four missions that included six spacewalks and a total of 229 days in orbit, spoke to Pine Lane’s kindergartners, elementary students and staff, sharing a theme of perseverance, passion and peace. “I was 8 when my dream started, so it’s always energizing to be around young people,” Chiao said. Chiao covered subjects familiar to the children — getting enough sleep and eating nutritious food — but he went on to cover other, more personal topics. His parents immigrated to the United States from China and decided to raise Chiao in Milwaukee, a more diverse community than the ones immigrants often chose. Though he was glad his parents picked Milwaukee, growing up in the area in the 1960s wasn’t always easy. “I was the only kid who looked different, I was the only person who was small,” Chiao said. Chiao told the children the bullying he faced only strengthened his resolve to do “something important.” He compared the experience to judo, a martial art based on finding a way to use an opponent’s energy against them. “I was taking that negativity and using it for something, a positive I wanted to create,” he said. The message resonated with Katie Ketter, a 10-year-old fifth grader at Pine Lane. “A lot of people have made fun of me, I don’t even know why,” Ketter said. “When he was talking about being bullied I was thinking ‘I get this.’ It made me feel better to know that I’m not the only one.” Passion and courage were the other qualities Chiao discussed with the students. Watching the moon landing on television in 1969 stirred Chiao’s dream of space exploration. He encouraged the students to hone in on what inspired them most, whatever it may be. “Space isn’t my passion,” said 11-yearold sixth grader Elena Coons. “I already have it in my mind that I want to be an artist. Seeing that he was able to accomplish his dream made me think I might be able to do it.” The students may have thought Chiao was brave to orbit the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour, but Chiao said it took more courage to stick with his dream of becoming an astronaut. “Nothing is easy,” Chiao said, telling of the years of hard work he put in, and the skepticism he endured from his peers, as he worked toward his dream. “Find that inner lion,” he said. “Erase your fears and don’t give up.” Chiao has been speaking to school-

Former astronaut Dr. Leroy Chiao takes questions from his audience at Pine Lane Elementary on Oct. 3. Chiao showed the students photos he took of Earth from the International Space Station as well as sharing inspiring messages on overcoming bullying and following dreams. Photos by Tom Skelley

Dr. Leroy Chiao, a former astronaut who spent 229 days in space during his NASA career, talks to students at Pine Lane Elementary on Oct. 3. Chiao told students to find their passion and have the courage to pursue it.

Dr. Leroy Chiao addresses students at Parker’s Pine Lane Elementary on Oct. 3. Chiao shared photos and stories from his NASA career and took a photo with each class after the assembly.

age children for 16 years. After retiring from NASA he co-founded OneOrbit, and he spends his time with the company presenting motivational workshops to corporations as well as giving motivating educational programs to schools.

Corporate engagements may pay better, but the feedback Chiao gets from his younger audiences is priceless. “Over the years, I’ll get a note or an email that says `when I was in third or fourth grade you came to my class,’”

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Chiao said. “‘Now I’m doing A, B or C and it’s because you came and gave us that inspiring message.’” It may be a decade or two before Chiao gets such a note from a Pine Lane student, but he’ll be checking his inbox.


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From patient to survivor Highlands Ranch woman heeds genetic clues to beat breast cancer By Tom Skelley tskelley@coloradocommunitymedia.com Rae Atherton isn’t a procrastinator. After learning both of her older sisters had been diagnosed with cancer, Atherton got tested in 2009 for BRCA 1 and 2, genetic mutations that show an increased likelihood of developing cancer. She scheduled annual mammograms and MRIs, with an appointment for one test or the other every six months. “I’m a proactive person, not reactive person,” the Highlands Ranch Realtor said. She had taken the initiative, and a string of negative test results reassured her. But a phone call in August 2015 informed Atherton a tumor had been found in her breast, leaving her almost at a loss for words. “I said it out loud — `I’m not supposed to be in this club,’ ” Atherton said. “I was in shock — there’s no doubt about it. But I don’t let things sit, I was on it.” A month after that call, Atherton had surgery to remove the initial tumor, along with two smaller ones discovered during the procedure. In October 2015, she began radiation treatment. She underwent another BRCA test, again relieved to find she had no trace of the gene. The 2015 panel, known as the MyRISK panel, was more advanced than the screening just six years earlier, checking for 25 genetic mutations that could lead to a higher risk of a variety of cancers. “The test was incredibly improved,” she said. “The 2009 test was like a piece of the pie, but with the 2015 test I got the whole pie. The information is so much better and complete.” Dr. Christine Rogness, medical director at Parker Adventist’s Cancer Center, said most health care systems, including all Adventist hospitals in the region, have recognized the importance of genetic screening and now offer the service. Women with a family history of cancer should consider getting the BRCA test, Rogness said, as well as women who don’t know their family’s complete medical history. “There are families where people didn’t really talk about it… There are also women who were adopted, or people whose parents died in a car crash when they were three,” Rogness said. “These are real cases that are out there.”

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Dr. Christine Rogness, left, and Rae Atherton reunite in front of the “Hope Tree” sculpture at Parker Adventist Hospital on Oct. 6. Patients beginning treatment write a prayer or wish on a piece of paper and stuff them into a knothole on the sculpture. Photo by Tom Skelley “A good first step” for women concerned about their chance of developing breast cancer is a discussion with their doctor, Rogness said. Primary care physicians typically recommend a genetic counselor if they feel their patient is at risk. Even if a patient has no sign of cancer, the BRCA gene can be passed to a patient’s children. Awareness of the gene improves the chance that cancer will be detected and treated early in such a case. A trusted doctor is also important to help women through the “breast cancer journey,” Rogness’ term for the process of diagnosis, treatment and recovery. “There’s really no other way to describe it,” Rogness said. “It’s really important for women to understand that most women survive breast cancer,” Rogness said, adding that more than 80 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer beat the disease. As a woman who has taken that journey, Atherton said she will always be grateful she took action to detect her cancer early. She’ll also remember what a nurse told her as she left her last radiation treatment. “You are no longer a cancer patient,” Atherton said. “You’re a cancer survivor.”

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Family hopes service dog will help diabetic boy Community helps raise money toward $25,000 goal By Jessica Gibbs jgibbs@colorado communitymedia.com Christian Dana ran to his mother on a recent afternoon, excited to tell her the coffee shop they were in had sugarfree candies. It’s a big deal to the 7-yearold who has to count every sugar and carb he eats. Christian was diagnosed with Type I diabetes in April 2015. “You never imagine it to be your own child,” his mother, Tara, said. “I would have done everything that day to trade spots with him.” Now, Christian never eats anything without checking the label. He wears a pump to control his insulin. He pricks his finger eight to 10 times a day to check his blood sugar. And he does it like a pro: The boy with a sheepish yet ornery smile whips out a testing strip. He pricks his finger, gives it a squeeze to push out the blood and then takes the sample. Not even a wince. Soon, the Dana family hopes that monitoring Christian’s diabetes will become easier through the help of a service dog. They are approximately halfway to their $25,000 fundraising goal. Through scent, service dogs can alert a person when blood

HOW TO HELP The Dana family is raising $25,000 to buy a service dog that would alert Christian as to whether his blood sugar is too high or too low. They are working with Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers (SDWR), a nonprofit that provides service dogs to families. So far, the family has raised about half of the amount needed. If you want to help, go to www.sdwr.donatedrive.com and search for “Tara Dana.” sugar is getting too high or too low. The Danas are working with Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, a nonprofit that provides service dogs to families, along with trainers to help them transition the dog into their daily lives. Testing his blood sugar is the first thing Christian does when he wakes up each day. It’s the last thing he does before going to sleep around 9 p.m. each night. Sometimes, on a bad day, Tara wakes up around midnight to check it again. However, Tara worries he may becomes less meticulous as he grows older. A dog by his side would give him a safety net, she said, and give her peace of mind. The community has already gathered around the family. 105 West Brewing Co. in Castle Rock dedicated the month of

August to Christian’s cause, Tara said, and pulled in $3,000. An event organized by Christian’s Cub Scout pack raised $3,300 in one day. A rummage sale, held at First United Methodist church on Aug. 13, took weeks of planning but brought a profit that was well worth it. Vanessa Cogswell, the fundraising chair and treasurer for Cub Scout Pack 261, said community support was huge, particularly in way of donations and event turnout. “When we finally presented Christian the check, Christian was crying, and some of the other boys got emotional, too,” she said, “because they’ve all been friends for so long.” The Cub Scout Pack was proud. The club had expected to raise, maybe, $1,000. The day’s proceeds more than exceeded their expectations. Both Cogswell and Tara are brainstorming more fundraisers to help bring the donations up to the $25,000 goal. The family also has a donation page set up through the nonprofit’s website. Tara hopes the process will raise awareness about service dogs and their ability to assist diabetic persons. She also hopes to give Christian some comfort as he lives with his disease. “I give him a lot of credit for what he goes through at a young age,” she said. “I want to give him something out of this.”

Tara Dana and son, Christian, 7, hope the family will soon have enough funds to get Christian a diabetic alert dog. Courtesy photo

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Everyone is welcome to share poetry, music, dance, comedy or painting (inter alios) at the Simla open mic night at 6:30 p.m. Fridays at the Simla Public Library. Everyone is welcome to share whatever works of art he or she finds meaningful, moving or simply entertaining. Art can be of your own creation or someone else’s. Come perform or listen and watch. Come to Simla open mic night to contribute to (or just experience) the creative vibrancy of the community.

Learn what is necessary to become a U.S. citizen and complete the necessary application paperwork. Class takes place from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 22 and again Saturday, Oct. 29, at Douglas County Libraries in Parker, 20105 E. Mainstreet. You’ll learn U.S. history, government, and other information in preparation for passing the interview, and can watch citizenship interviews. A representative from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will answer questions. Registration for the class of your choice is required at 303-791-7323 or DCL.org.

Did you know that the health inside your gut affects everything else? Sometimes the gut is called the second brain. Learn ways to heal and feel your best through fermented foods, probiotics, stomach acid, tackling hidden food allergies and more. Come to a free seminar and take health into your own hands. It all begins in the gut. Program is led by Trisha Ackerman, holistic nutritionist, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the Parker Library, 20105 Mainstreet. Contact Trisha@Nutrition4supportandWellness.com.

Auto Shop of Horrors Castle Rock filmmaker Tim Gallagher and the Douglas County Veteran’s Monument Foundation present the premiere of Auto Shop of Horrors followed by a concert from local band Over The Castle. Program runs from 7-10:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, at Kirk Hall at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Tickets are available at 1 Stop Tire and Auto or online from ShiningLightEvents.com. Go to Facebook.com/AutoShopOfHorrors. Film is rated TV-14 DV. Feel free to come in Halloween costume; no full masks please. Food and drinks available.

Quilt Sale, Boutique The Ave Maria Mission Quilters plans its Quilt Sale and Boutique from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 and from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23 at Ave Maria Catholic Church, 9056 E. Parker Road in Parker. A beautiful selection of quilts, table runners/ toppers, home accessories and children’s items will be available for sale. Proceeds enable the Quilters to make and donate quilts to various charities and are also distributed to various community organizations as well as the Hands of Hope Ministries.

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A number of community blood drives are planned in the area. For information or to schedule an appointment, contact the Bonfils Appointment Center at 303-363-2300, unless otherwise noted. Go to www.bonfils.org. Upcoming blood drives are: Friday, Oct. 21, 9:30-11:40 a.m. and 1-3 p.m., PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker; Saturday, Oct. 22, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox St., Castle Rock.

The Arapahoe Philharmonic presents a play-in for high school orchestra and band students in Arapahoe and Douglas counties, as well as for avocational adult musicians in the community, to play side-by-side with Arapahoe Philharmonic musicians. The full-day play-in is Sunday, Oct. 23 at Chaparral High School, 15655 Brookstone Drive, Parker. Participants will spend the day rehearsing the first movement of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and Sibelius’s Finlandia. The community is invited to a free 30-minute performance at 6:30 p.m. No tickets are required.

Kiowa’s Drug Take Back Day Clean out your medicine cabinets and turn in expired medications from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at Kiowa Town Hall. Call 303-621-2366 What’s Right About Your Writing Castle Rock Writers Conference 2016: What’s Right about Your Writing! is planned from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at 3737 New Hope Way, Castle Rock. Twenty amazing faculty members, agent pitches, and more. Go to www. castlerockwriters.com for information and to register. For more information, contact director Alice Aldridge-Dennis, 303-521-8615. Pancakes to Support Those That Support You A benefit pancake breakfast for Detective Dan Brite and the Douglas County Fallen Officer Fund is planned from 7-11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Millhouse at Philip S. Miller Park in Castle Rock. Call 303-887-2741.

Writer Series: Talk to a Publisher Are you writing a book? Talk to a publishing expert at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, at Douglas County Libraries in Parker, 20105 E. Mainstreet. Conundrum Press publisher Caleb J. Seeling will be the guest speaker. This is the second installment in DCL’s Writer Series, which covers writing, editing/publishing, and finding a literary agent. Registration is required at 303-791-7323 or DCL.org. Tech Together Adults can get help with understanding and using their new Kindle Fire, Android tablet, smartwatch or other new technology at Tech Together at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, at Douglas County Libraries in Parker, 20105 E. Mainstreet. Highly skilled librarians will provide one-on-one assistance. Registration is required at 303-791-7323 or DCL.org.

Healthy Back Seminar HealthyPeople.Gov reports Americans spend at least $50 billion each year on low back pain. Learn how to reduce the risk of developing back problems at a Healthy Back seminar from 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3 at Life Care Center of Stonegate, at 15720 Garden Plaza Drive, Parker. Seminar will include resources and a demonstration of stretches and exercises. RSVP by Oct. 26 at 303-805-2085, ext. 4520. Outback Express Public Transit The Outback Express is a public transit service provided through the East Central Council of Local Governments is open and available to all residents of Cheyenne, Elbert, Kit Carson and Lincoln counties and provides an economical and efficient means of travel for the four-county region. Contact Kay Campbell, Kiowa, at 719- 541-4275 or go to http:// outbackexpress.tripod.com. To ensure a seat is available on the bus, 24-hour advance reservation is appreciated. October’s schedule: Simla and Matheson to Limon, Thursday, Oct. 27. Author Visit Moms and dads can enjoy a hilarious evening out with blogger, co-author and illustrator Jessica Ziegler, who put her humorous observations and parentisms into her book, “Science of Parenthood: Because Raising Kids Defies Logic.” Event is at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, at Douglas County Libraries in Parker, 20105 E. Mainstreet. Books will also be for sale. Registration is required at 303-791-7323 or DCL.org. Elizabeth Harvest Festival The Elizabeth Area Chamber of Commerce plans its annual harvest festival from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 on Main Street in Elizabeth. Main Street will be lined with vendors, activities, and harvest festival fun. Bring the family dressed in costumes to gather goodies while trick-or-treating the shops and vendor booths as well as the participating business locations around the community. The chamber plans a costume contest, store front/

booth decoration contest, and scavenger hunt. Local businesses and vendors are invited to register for a booth online. Additionally, the chamber will give away swag bags to the first 100 adults who visit the chamber’s booth. Businesses can put their business cards, fliers, goodies and other promotional materials into each of the 100 bags. Businesses can stop by the chamber through Oct. 26 to pay the $5 fee and fill each of the 100 bags. Visit http://www. elizabethchamber.org. Halloween Sounds Douglas Elbert Music Teachers students will sing and play piano and other instruments during the Halloween Sounds concert at noon, 2, 4 and 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 at Parker Bible Church, 4391 Mainstreet, Parker. Beginning to advanced students will be playing songs in costumes and are guaranteed to be haunting. Call Ann Riggs at 303841-2976. Murder Mystery Dinner, Play The Elizabeth Lions Club presents its fourth Murder Mystery Dinner and Play at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Spring Valley Golf Club, 42350 County Road 17-21, Elizabeth. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and dinner starts at 7 p.m. Presentation, again featuring players from Denver’s Adams Mystery Playhouse, is “Zombie Murder.” Tickets are $50 per person and can be obtained by calling Tammy at 303-204-7415 or Terry at 303-646-3772. Go to http://arvadapress.com/detail.html?sub_ id=235863 Craft Fair Kiowa Schools will have its 30th annual craft fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at 535 Comanche St., Highway 86. More than 30 crafters show their wares at the middle school. Guests also can purchase breakfast, lunch and baked goodies. Proceeds help fund the band program. Contact sylviahouts@aol.com. Theatre of Dreams Show

Las Vegas illusionists Kyle and Mistie Knight perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4 to Sunday, Nov. 6 at Theatre of Dreams, 735 Park St., Suites C & D, Castle Rock. The husband and wife team customizes its show depending on the demographic. Reservations required; go to http://tickets.amazingshows.com or call 303-660-6799. Editor’s note: Calendar submissions must be received by noon Wednesday for publication the following week. Send listings to calendar@ coloradocommunitymedia.com. No attachments, please. Listings are free and run on a spaceavailable basis.


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Send volunteer opportunities to hharden@coloradocommunitymedia.com 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office Domestic Violence Program Provides information and support to crime victims Need: Victim Adocates interact with and support victims of domestic violence. They also provide resource referrals and explain processes to victims. Requirements: 20 hours of training required; volunteers must commit to one morning a week at the Justice Center in Castle Rock. Contact: Mel Secrease, 720-733-4552 or msecrease@da.18.state.co.us. AARP Foundation TaxAide Helps Colorado taxpayers who need assistance prepare and file their tax returns Need: Volunteers for the upcoming tax season. Requirements: Free training provided; volunteers do not have to be AARP members or retirees. Contact: www.aarp.org/money/taxes/aarp_taxaide/ or 888-OUR-AARP. Deadline: Apply by Dec. 15 Angel Heart Project Delivers meals to men, women and children with life-threatening illnesses Need: Volunteers willing to deliver meals to clients in the South Denver area. Requirements: Attend an orientation and submit to a background check before volunteering. Training provided to all new drivers. Deliveries start at 1 p.m. and last until 3 p.m. Contact: 303-830-0202 or volunteer@ projectangelheart.org. Animal Rescue of the Rockies Provides foster care for death-row shelter dogs and cats throughout Colorado Need: Foster families for animals on lists to be euthanized Contact: www.animalrescueoftherockies.org. ASSE International Student Exchange Program Organizes student exchange programs Need: Local host families to provide homes for boys and girls age 15-18 from a variety of coutries. Contact: Cathy Hintz, 406-488-8325 or 800-733-2773 Castle Rock Senior Activity Center

and there will be plenty of familyoriented activities. Children are encouraged to wear costumes in order to gather goodies while trick-or-treating at the vendor booths and shops. The chamber will hold a costume contest, a store front/booth-decorating

contest and a scavenger hunt. The chamber also will give away swag bags to the first 100 adults who visit its booth. For more information and booth registration, visit www. elizabethchamber.org

Provides services to local seniors Need: Volunteer drivers to take seniors to appointments, the grocery store, pharmacies and more. Contact: Steph Schroeder, 303-6889498

needed from Jan. 21 to April 17. No accounting background necessary; DABC trains all volunteers through an IRS-approved certification. Volunteers can choose their schedule and time commitment. Contact: Marissa Stanger, volunteer coordinator, at 303-388-7030 or go to www.denverabc.org.

Colorado Humane Society Handles animal abuse and neglect cases Need: Volunteers to care for pregnant cats, dogs and their litters, as well as homes for cats and dogs that require socializing or that are recovering from surgery or injuries. Contact: Teresa Broaddus, 303-9613925 Colorado Refugee English as a Second Language Program Teaches English to recently arrived refugees, who have fled war or persecution in their home country. In Colorado, refugees are from Afghanistan, Burma, Bhutan, Somalia, Iraq, Eritrea and D.R. Congo, among others. Need: Volunteers to teach English. Tutoring takes place in the student’s home. Refugees live throughout Denver, but the largest concentrations are in Thornton, near 88th Avenue and Washington Street, and in east Denver/Aurora, near Colfax Avenue and Yosemite Street. Other details: Tutors do not need to speak the student’s language. Most participants are homebound women and small children, adults who are disabled, and senior citizens. Many are not literate in their first language, and remain isolated from American culture. Requirements: Volunteers must attend training at Emily Griffith Technical College in downtown Denver. Sessions take place every 6-8 weeks. Go to www.refugee-esl.org for information and volunteer application. Next training session is Saturday, July 30. Contact: Sharon McCreary, 720-4234843 or sharon.mccreary@emilygriffith.edu. Court Appointed Special Advocates Works with abused and neglected children in Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties Need: Advocates for children, to get to know, speak up for and ensure their best interests in court Contact: 303-695-1882 or www.adv4children.org. Denver Asset Building Coalition Provides low-income families with free tax preparation Need: Volunteers to join the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program Requirements: Volunteers are

Breast cancer affects us all, and early detection can save lives. There is no cure for breast cancer, but mammograms can save lives by finding breast cancer as early as possible. Every woman, beginning at age 40, should schedule a mammogram and a physical every year. Women should also perform a thorough breast self-exam once a month. Help spread awareness in your community by educating your neighbors and friends on the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, and encourage the women you know to schedule a mammogram today.

Douglas/Elbert Task Force Provides assistance to people in Douglas and Elbert counties who are in serious economic need, at risk of homelessness or in similar crisis. Need: Volunteers to assist in the food bank, client services and the thrift store Treasures on Park Street. Contact: Marion Dahlem, 303-6881114, ext. 32 Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center Cares for homeless horses and other equines. Need: Volunteers to work with horses and other opportunities. Requirements: Must be 16 years old, pass a background check, and be able to commit to at least three hours a week for three months. Contact: 303-751-5772. Other information: A volunteer open house is from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, July 21, at the center in Franktown. During the two-hour orientation, prospective volunteers will get an overview of the services provided, learn about the volunteer opportunities, take a tour of the center, and talk with staff and volunteers. In addition, the $25 volunteer application fee will be waived for anyone who applies to be a volunteer during the open house. Volunteers must be 16 years old, pass a background check and be able to commit to at least three hours a week for three months. RSVP at www.ddfl.org. Gateway Battered Women’s Shelter Serves victims of family violence in Aurora and Arapahoe County Need: Volunteers help with crisisline management, children’s services, legal advocacy, community education and other shelter services. Donations: Also accepts used cell phones (younger than 4 years) to give to victims. Mail to Gateway at P.O. Box 914, Aurora, CO 80040, or drop them off at Neighborly Thrift Store, 3360 S. Broadway, Englewood Requirements: Must attend a 26hour training session; bilingual skills welcome Contact: Jeneen Klippel-Worden, 303-343-1856 or jkworden@gatewayshelter.com

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community, hiding her plans of marriage from employers so she could find a teaching job. “I wanted a rural school,” she said. “I’m a country girl, you know.” As a teacher, Wilson worked 15 years between Spring Valley Elementary and Elbert Elementary in Elbert County, and finally, Eastlake Elementary School in Adams County. Her proudest accomplishments, however, came outside of the classroom. “I’m proud of all my children mostly,” she said. “That was my life’s work.” Wilson and her late husband, Robert Byron Wilson, were married for 51 years and had 10 children together. They lost two to cystic fibrosis, their firstborn at 5 ½ months and years later a

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daughter at 21 years. Her eight surviving children, seven boys and one girl, have given her 17 grandchildren. Her educational example influenced both generations, and seven of her eight children and 14 of her 17 grandchildren all received college degrees. Wilson’s family tree continues to branch out as well. She has 38 great-grandchildren “at last count,” the youngest of whom was born on Christmas Day 2015. Photos of her everexpanding family fill the walls in the basement of her daughter Rhoda Castillo’s Elizabeth home. Sending each of them a birthday card every year fills much of her time. A family friend joked that the cards, more than 70 total, must cost her more than time. “He said I’ll have to get another job to pay for all the postage,” she chuckled.

541-4275. You may also call the ECCOG office at 1-800-825-0208 to make reservations for any of the trips. You may also visit http://outbackexpress.tripod.com. To ensure that a seat is available, 24-hour advance reservations are appreciated. Overeaters Anonymous meets from 10-11 a.m. and from 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays in the Sedalia Room at New Hope Presbyterian Church, 2100 Meadows Parkway, Castle Rock.

Lois Wilson, center, gathers with family members at the Spring Valley Golf Club to celebrate her 100th birthday on Oct. 10. Courtesy photo Until this year, Wilson also sent out jars of homemade jelly to her children and grandchildren, but she’s passed that torch to Castillo. As Wilson’s eyesight has waned, another favorite pastime, reading, has been replaced by watching “The Andy

Parker-Franktown-Elizabeth Paper Crafting Club is open to anyone interested in card making and scrapbooking. We meet regularly throughout the month on various weekday evenings and weekends. Club events take place at 7786 Prairie Lake Trail, Parker (in the Pinery). Contact Alison Collins at 720-212-4788 for information or find us online at http://www. meetup.com/ParkerFranktown-ElizabethPaper-Crafting-Club/ Seniors meet in Eliza-

Griffith Show” and listening to Christian radio broadcasts. Television and radio programming is no substitute for human company, though, and Wilson said she loves talking with friends and family. Sometimes, she said, she just

beth every Monday at 11 a.m. for food, fun and fellowship at Elizabeth Senior Center, 823 S. Banner St. Bring a dish for potluck on the first Monday of each month. Other Mondays, bring a sack lunch. Bingo, games and socializing. New leadership. Call Agnes at 303-883-7881 or Carol at 303-646-3425 for information. Sky Cliff Center Support Groups A Stroke support group meets from 6-7:30 p.m. the first Tuesday, and from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

listens. But as time goes by and her descendants make their own way in the world, Wilson increasingly enjoys solitude. “I love to sit in silence when I’m by myself,” she said. “That’s when I can talk to the Lord.”

the second and last Wednesday (lunch included). The Care Giver support group for adults meets from 10-11:30 a.m. the third Tuesday of each month. Caregiving for adults can be challenging at times and you’re not alone. For information, or to let the center know if you’re coming, call 303-814-2863 or email skycliffctr@skycliff.org. Go to www.skycliff.org. Therapeutic riding. Promise Ranch Therapeutic Riding in Parker offers free therapeutic

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riding for developmentally disabled adults and children. Scholarship money is available for Douglas County residents to provide 10 therapeutic riding lessons. Call 303-841-5007 or visit www.promiseranchtherapeuticriding.com. VFW Post 10649 meets monthly at 8:30 a.m. the first Saturday of every month at 24325 Main St., Elbert. Go to http://www.vfwpost10649.org. Contact Alan Beebe at 303-4352560 for questions.

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Suspense “Wait until Dark” by Frederick Knott, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher, plays through Nov. 5 at the Avenue Theater, 417 E. 17th Ave., Denver. This thriller opened on Broadway 50 years ago and Hatcher has placed it in a new setting, Greenwich Village at the end of World War II. John Ashton directs. Performances: 7:30 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and some Sundays. Tickets, avenuetheater.com, 303-3215925.

A woman walks into a bar … “Stella and Lou” by Bruce Graham plays Oct. 28 through Nov. 27 at Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St., Aurora. Directed by Lorraine Scott. Performances: 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $22-$30. 303-856-7830, vintagetheatre.com. For the kids “Junie B. Jones: The Musical” by Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich plays through Dec. 20 at the Arvada Center Children’s

Theatre, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada. It is adapted from the “Junie B. Jones” series of books by Barbara Park and directed by David and Julie Payne. Plays in the Main Stage through Oct. 29, 11 a.m. and noon on many days and in the Black Box Theatre at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. November and December. See arvadacenter.org for dates and times or call 720-898-7200. For young audiences “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” adapted by Rory Pierce from Washington

Irving’s original story, plays one more Saturday than originally announced, Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. at Miners Alley Playhouse, 1224 Washington Ave., Golden. Tickets: $10, 303-935-3044, minersalley.com. Spooky classic “Dracula” plays through Nov. 6 at the Aurora Fox, 9900 E. Colfax Ave., Aurora. Performances: 7:30 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays; 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets, aurorafox. org.

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October 20, 2016

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Public Notice is hereby given that I, Richard Pettitt, will according to law, offer at public sale, at the Elbert County Courthouse, 215 Comanche St. Kiowa, County of Elbert, State of Colorado,

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on the 15th day of November, 2016, commencing at 9:00 a.m. of the said day the described real property, situated in the said County on which taxes for the 2015 and prior years have not been paid as shall be necessary to pay herein below set down, together with interest, advertising and delinquent interest and fees to wit: Legal Notice No: 23488 - 23492 * First Publication: October 13, 2016 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 * Publisher: The Elbert County News

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R115783 123 MARTIN SERVICES LLC Parcel: 6219100078 Section: 19 Township: 6 Range: 62 PAR N2 AKA PAR 2 DESC B672 P841 TOTAL ACRES 70.125 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $127,978 Year 2015 Tax $2,169.68 Interest $151.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,346.56

R100006 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 0006200004 Section: 6 Township: 10 Range: 60 :W2 (TOTAL 309.89 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $7,794 Year 2015 Tax $175.00 Interest $12.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $212.25

R115119 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9121100068 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA NW4SE4; SW4NE4: 21 9 61 80 A 1/2 INTEREST 40 NET ACRES Actual Value: $1,006 Year 2015 Tax $16.96 Interest $1.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.15

R115123 BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD Parcel: 9127100074 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL Section: 28 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL Section: 29 Township: 9 Range: 61 N2, NE4SW4: 26 9 61,(360 A) Section: 33 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 61 NE4:NE4NW4:N2SE4:SE4SE4: 34 9 61, (320 A), Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 61 NW4NW4: 3 10 61,(40 A) Section: 4 Township: 10 Range: 61 N2: 4 10 61, (320 A) Subdivision: RURALA3600 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 900 NET ACRES LESS 26.25 ACRE TRACT WITH IMPROVEMENTS TO SCHEDULE #119743,109776 AND 109775 Actual Value: $23,069 Year 2015 Tax $391.12 Interest $27.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $443.50

R120437 BROKEN ROAD ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 4074120437 Section: 29 Township: 7 Range: 64 LOT 2, KINTER MINOR DEVELOPMENT MINERALS LOC IN E2NW4NW4 19.41 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $134 Year 2015 Tax $3.32 Interest $0.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.55

R120810 COLYER CHARLES EUGENE Parcel: 4094120810 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 288.424 ACRES 1/8 INT 36.053 MRA DESC IN B304 P498, B304 P502, P304 P504 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $235 Year 2015 Tax $4.88 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.22

R108673 165 MAIN STREET LLC Parcel: 8418201002 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH HALLS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0029 THRU:Lot: 0032 Actual Value: $149,082 148 W KIOWA AVE Year 2015 Tax $1,223.96 Interest $85.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,334.64 R120572 4S CONTRACTING LLC Parcel: 4064120572 Section: 32 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Block: A Lot: 57 SPRING VALLEY RANCH PHASE 1 Actual Value: $10 Year 2015 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50 R114726 ALBRECHT BRUCE H ALBRECHT FAITH D B Parcel: 7408300310 Section: 7 Township: 7 Range: 64 Section: 8 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALO PAR IN S2: 7 & 8 7 64 79.531 ACRES DESC Actual Value: $193,855 4375 PVT RD 162 Year 2015 Tax $1,814.32 Interest $127.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,966.32 R114727 ALBRECHT BRUCE H ALBRECHT FAITH D B Parcel: 7408300311 Section: 7 Township: 7 Range: 64 Section: 8 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALO PAR IN S2: 7 & 8 64 79.576 ACRES DESC Actual Value: $2,001 Year 2015 Tax $48.44 Interest $3.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $76.83 R115021 ALCANTARA ARCHIMEDES O Parcel: 8428100445 Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: MCCART RANCH LAND SURVEY Block: 008 A TRACT IN NE 4: 28-08-64 AKA “PARCEL Actual Value: $1,548 31900 JENNY’S CIR Year 2015 Tax $37.56 Interest $2.63 Penalty $0.00 Other $34.81 Total Due: $75.00 R103011 ALDER SHERYL A Parcel: 4091171410 Section: 17 Township: 9 Range: 61 NE4 (1/32 INTEREST IN 160 ACRES TOTAL MRA 5) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R100613 ALENE R HAUG REVOCABLE TRUST Parcel: 0320300032 Section: 20 Township: 10 Range: 63 :N2SW4 (TOTAL 80 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $118,131 10101 CO RD 82 Year 2015 Tax $1,196.52 Interest $83.76 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,305.28 R100614 ALENE R HAUG REVOCABLE TRUST Parcel: 0320300033 Section: 20 Township: 10 Range: 63 :S2SW4:SW4SE4 (TOTAL 120 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $8,304 Year 2015 Tax $168.44 Interest $11.79 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $205.23 R100615 ALENE R HAUG REVOCABLE TRUST Parcel: 0320400034 Section: 20 Township: 10 Range: 63 :N2SE4:SE4SE4 (TOTAL 120 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $9,521 Year 2015 Tax $192.88 Interest $13.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $231.38 R116918 ANDERSON JEFFREY D & SHYLA D Parcel: 6501201105 Section: 1 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0036 Actual Value: $542,382 2380 ANTELOPE RIDGE TRL Year 2015 Tax $6,024.44 Interest $421.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,471.15 R109196 ARAGON CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC Parcel: 8502201001 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: PAWNEE HILLS FIL 1 (PUD) Block: 006 Lot: 0008 Actual Value: $323,987 1213 PAWNEE PKWY Year 2015 Tax $2,153.32 Interest $150.73 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,329.05 R100002 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 0003200066 Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 60 :N2 (TOTAL 309.21 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $7,777 Year 2015 Tax $175.00 Interest $12.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $212.25

R100007 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 0007000005 Section: 7 Township: 10 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 8 Township: 10 Range: 60 :W2 SE4 Section: 9 Township: 10 Range: 60 :NE4 S2 Section: 17 Township: 10 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 18 Township: 10 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 19 Township: 10 Range: 60 :ALL Subdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 3508.6 A) Actual Value: $160,151 27946 CO RD 90 Year 2015 Tax $2,663.68 Interest $186.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,875.14 R100020 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 0016100075 Section: 16 Township: 10 Range: 60 :NE4 SE4 (TOTAL 285 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $7,168 Year 2015 Tax $162.16 Interest $11.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $198.51 R100021 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 0016400076 Section: 16 Township: 10 Range: 60 :PART OF SE DESC B383 P382 (TOTAL 35 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $62,131 29881 CO RD 86 Year 2015 Tax $452.96 Interest $31.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $509.67 R100022 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 0020100054 Section: 20 Township: 10 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 29 Township: 10 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 30 Township: 10 Range: 60 N2 Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 60 :ALL N OF RR ROW Subdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 1999.14 A) Actual Value: $82,180 Year 2015 Tax $1,857.88 Interest $130.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,012.93 R100024 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 0022000084 Section: 22 Township: 10 Range: 60 :LESS 60A SE4 (TOTAL 580 A) Actual Value: $17,446 Year 2015 Tax $394.48 Interest $27.61 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $447.09 R100381 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD METLI J & S Parcel: 0103100080 Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 61 :W2E2: E2W2: W2SW4 (400 A) Section: 10 Township: 10 Range: 61 :NW4 (160 A) Subdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 560.055 A) Actual Value: $14,085 Year 2015 Tax $315.92 Interest $22.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $363.03 R118462 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD METLI J & S Parcel: 0103200130 Section: 10 Township: 10 Range: 61 Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA SW4NW4 3 10 61 40A Actual Value: $1,006 Year 2015 Tax $22.64 Interest $1.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $74.22 R109734 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9025200045 Section: 25 Township: 9 Range: 60 Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: RURALA NW4 25 9 60 160.00 A. ALL 26 9 60 640.00 A. Actual Value: $20,120 Year 2015 Tax $451.44 Interest $31.60 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $508.04 R109743 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9031000029 Section: 31 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: RURALA ALL: 31 9 60 631.23 A. Actual Value: $15,875 Year 2015 Tax $356.20 Interest $24.93 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $406.13 R109746 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9034000035 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: RURALA ALL 34 9 60 640.00 A. Actual Value: $16,096 24411 CO RD 125 Year 2015 Tax $361.60 Interest $25.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $411.91 R115117 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9120100065 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA SE4; E2NE4; S2SW4: 20 9 61 320 A 1/2 INTEREST 160 NET ACRES Actual Value: $4,024 Year 2015 Tax $68.40 Interest $4.79 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $98.19

R115118 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9121300071 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA S2S2: 21 6 61 160 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST Actual Value: $2,012 Year 2015 Tax $33.92 Interest $2.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $38.71 Total Due: $75.00 R109772 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD Parcel: 9125000025 Section: 25 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA ALL: 25 9 61 640 A. HENRY J JR & Actual Value: $16,096 Year 2015 Tax $361.60 Interest $25.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $411.91 R109775 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9127100074 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL: SEC 27 LESS 35 A. Section: 28 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL Section: 29 Township: 9 Range: 61 N2,NE4SW4: 26 9 61 360 A. Section: 33 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 61 NE4,NE4NW4,N2SE4,SE4SE4: 34 9 61 320 A Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 61 NW4NW4: 3 10 61 40 A. Section: 4 Township: 10 Range: 61 N2: 4 10 61 320 A. 3/4 INTEREST Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $68,549 Year 2015 Tax $1,162.32 Interest $81.36 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,268.68 R109776 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD Parcel: 9127400041 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4SE4: 27 9 61 26.25 A. 1/2 Actual Value: $36,414 25411 CO RD 105 Year 2015 Tax $291.76 Interest $20.42 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $337.18 R109781 BADLY SCATTERED CATTLE CO LTD BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD Parcel: 9136200048 Section: 1 Township: 10 Range: 61 Section: 36 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA W2: 36 9 61 320 A N2: 1 10 61 320 A HENRY J & ANN L SMITH 3/4 UND INT HENRY J III & DONNA J SMITH 1/4 UNDIVIDED INTEREST Actual Value: $17,856 Year 2015 Tax $401.08 Interest $28.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $454.16 R102706 BALL SAMUEL W Parcel: 4079128250 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 PARC 1002’ X 1150’ X 507’ IN NW4SE4 B278 P531 1/6 INTEREST 0.97 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60 R119743 BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP Parcel: 9127400041 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA PARCEL IN NW4SE4: 27-9-61 26.25. 1/4 INTEREST, 6.56 NET ACRES Actual Value: $14,438 25411 CO RD 105 Year 2015 Tax $81.84 Interest $5.73 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $112.57 R115120 BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD Parcel: 9120100065 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALASE; E2NE4; S2SW4 (320 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 80 ACRES) Actual Value: $2,012 Year 2015 Tax $33.92 Interest $2.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $38.71 Total Due: $75.00 R115122 BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD Parcel: 9121100068 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA NW4SE4, SW4NE4: 21 9 61 80 A 1/4 Actual Value: $503 Year 2015 Tax $8.76 Interest $0.61 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $64.37 R115121 BAR S FAMILY PARTNERSHIP LTD Parcel: 9121300071 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA S2S2: 21 9 61 160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 40 NET ACRES Actual Value: $1,006 Year 2015 Tax $16.96 Interest $1.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.15

R120643 BARTON MELANIE Parcel: 4094120643 Section: 7 Township: 9 Range: 64 N2-SW4-N2SE4 7 9 64 527 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 263.50 ACRES 1/6 INTEREST 43.92 NET MRA Section: 8 Township: 9 Range: 64 W2NW4-NW4SW4 8 9 64 120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60.00 ACRES 1/6 INTEREST 10 NET MRA Section: 12 Township: 9 Range: 65 E2NE4-SW4NE4 12 9 65 120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60.00 ACRES 1/6 INTEREST 10 NET MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS 63.92 NET MINERAL RIGHT ACRES Actual Value: $450 Year 2015 Tax $10.84 Interest $0.76 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $61.60 R115304 BAYLESS LUCINDA P Parcel: 7122400183 Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: WATERS Lot: 0017 PAR IN SE4: 22 7 61 DESC B596 P222 40 Actual Value: $4,365 38249 RIDGE RD Year 2015 Tax $86.64 Interest $6.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $117.70 R101587 BAYLON JORGE Parcel: 3835100023 Section: 35 Township: 13 Range: 58 NE4NE4 40.0 A Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $18,000 Year 2015 Tax $404.20 Interest $28.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $457.49 R110392 BENNETT SCOTT R Parcel: 9515100036 Section: 15 Township: 9 Range: 65 Subdivision: RURALA NW4NE4: 15 9 65, 40 A. Actual Value: $8,931 911 PVT RD 112 Year 2015 Tax $132.08 Interest $9.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $166.33 R120305 BENSON CADE A & KRISTEN L Parcel: 8434100526 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 64 PAR IN N2 DESC B739 P808 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $880 Year 2015 Tax $21.08 Interest $1.48 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $72.56 R117605 BIG EDS STEAKHOUSE AND LOUNGE LTD Parcel: 8414402001 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUMMIT BUSINESS PARK FILING NO 1 Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $435,000 7993 CHERRYWOOD LOOP Year 2015 Tax $14,948.00 Interest $1,046.36 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $16,019.36 R119706 BILLERA BETH ANNE & MIKE CHARLES Parcel: 9527303001 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 65 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 65 Subdivision: PALMER DIVIDE RANCHES ON EAST CHERRY CREEK FILING 2 Lot: 1 Actual Value: $558 25110 CAVE SPRING TRL Year 2015 Tax $11.20 Interest $0.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $61.98 R108132 BRADLEY DONALD G & PATRICIA S Parcel: 8409201018 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: PINE RIDGE FIL 2 Block: 7 Lot: 8 Actual Value: $105,000 5379 PINE RIDGE DR Year 2015 Tax $698.00 Interest $48.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $771.86 R108710 BREWER MARY C Parcel: 8418206005 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH HALLS ADDITION Block: 003 Lot: 0001 AND:Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $37,700 197 W POPLAR ST Year 2015 Tax $309.32 Interest $21.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $355.97 R116243 BRIAN ROSEMARY Parcel: 4082116243 Section: 27 Township: 8 Range: 62 Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 62 Section: 29 Township: 8 Range: 62 Section: 32 Township: 8 Range: 62 Section: 33 Township: 8 Range: 62 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SW4, S2SE4: 27 8 62 (240 A), SE4, W2W2: Actual Value: $77 Year 2015 Tax $1.16 Interest $0.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.24

R100399 BRUHN WILLIAM S Parcel: 0112100020 Section: 12 Township: 10 Range: 61 :E2 (TOTAL 320 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $8,048 Year 2015 Tax $180.40 Interest $12.63 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $218.03 R120154 CADIEUX EDMOND & LEONA Parcel: 4328120154 Section: 32 Township: 7 Range: 58 NE4 LESS PARC APPROX 15 A (1/6 INTEREST IN 12.08 ACRES MRA 2.01) SE4 (1/6 INTEREST IN 26.67 ACRES MRA 4.445) Section: 4 Township: 8 Range: 58 N2 (1/6 INTEREST IN 53.33 ACRES TOTAL MRA 8.88) TOTAL MRA 15.335 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $106 Year 2015 Tax $1.68 Interest $0.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.80 R115568 CARRITHERS POLLIE Parcel: 4001115568 Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 61 NW4: 11 10 61 160 A 1/32 INTEREST 5 MRA Section: 2 Township: 10 Range: 61 E2NE4; S2NW4; E2SW4; 2 10 61 240 A 1/256 INTEREST .9375 MRA SE4: 2 10 61 160 A 1/256 INTEREST .625 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $50 Year 2015 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81 R108083 CHICK ROY G CHICK FLORENCE ANNE Parcel: 8409101006 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: PINE RIDGE FIL 1 Block: 001 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $195,513 5727 PINE RIDGE DR Year 2015 Tax $1,299.16 Interest $90.94 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,415.10 R101897 CLARKE JACK WELLS Parcel: 4017123680 Section: 12 Township: 11 Range: 57 S2 12 11 57 320 ACRES 3/768 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES N2-SE4 14 11 57 480 ACRES 3/768 INTEREST 1.88 NET ACRES S2 24 11 57 320 ACRES 3/768 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.64 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.68 R114097 CLAWSON JENNIFER L WITH LIFE ESTATE RESERVATION TO CLEMON SHINOGLE Parcel: 8702100058 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 57 E2W2:PAR IN E2: 2 8 57 381 ACRES Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $98,468 49357 CO RD 142,49525 co rd 142 #Towers 19-21 Year 2015 Tax $946.00 Interest $66.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,037.22 R114096 CLAWSON JENNIFER L WITH LIFE ESTATE RESERVATION TO CLEMON SHINOGLE Parcel: 8702400059 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 57 PAR IN S2E2: 2 8 57 100 ACRES Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $12,319 ,49525 CO RD 142 #Towers 19-21 Year 2015 Tax $230.60 Interest $16.14 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $271.74 R107073 COLBERG KIRK E COLBERG LYLE E LIFE ESTATE Parcel: 7901404007 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0013 AND:Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $27,047 38551 PARK ST Year 2015 Tax $119.08 Interest $8.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $152.42 R112241 COLORADO WILDLIFE HERITAGE FOUNDATION Parcel: 6511200113 Section: 11 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: RURALA W2NW4: 11 6 65 80 ACRES Actual Value: $25,974 1035 CO RD 186 Year 2015 Tax $237.80 Interest $16.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $279.45 R120809 COLYER ALBERT Parcel: 4094120809 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 255.054 ACRES 1/8 INT 31.881 MRA DESC IN B304 P500, B304 P502, P304 P504 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $232 Year 2015 Tax $4.88 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.22

R120811 COLYER RAYMOND Parcel: 4094120811 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 268.164 ACRES 1/8 INT 33.520 MRA DESC IN B304 P498, B304 P500, P304 P502 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $234 Year 2015 Tax $4.88 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.22 R117691 COOPER IRIS SUE WILKERSON JAMES WILLAARD III WILKERSON JENNIFER ANNE COOPER RICHARD N Parcel: 8415301001 Tract: ASection: 15 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUNFLOWER RIDGE MINOR RES DEV Lot: 000ATRACT A OPEN SPACE Actual Value: $1,000 6551 SUNFLOWER CIR Year 2015 Tax $24.20 Interest $1.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $49.11 Total Due: $75.00 R120748 CORIA EDUARDO RAMON Parcel: 8126200121 Section: 26 Township: 8 Range: 61 PARC LOC IN THE NW4 DESC IN B761 P366 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $883 Year 2015 Tax $15.20 Interest $1.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $66.26 R117606 COR REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS, LLC Parcel: 8414402002 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUMMIT BUSINESS PARK FILING NO 1 Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $372,408 7989 CHERRYWOOD LOOP Year 2015 Tax $12,797.36 Interest $895.82 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $13,718.18 R117618 COR REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS, LLC Parcel: 8414402014 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUMMIT BUSINESS PARK FILING NO 1 Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $34,517 7990 CHERRYWOOD LOOP Year 2015 Tax $1,186.12 Interest $83.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,294.15 R120624 DAHARSH KRISTIE J Parcel: 4093120624 Section: 23 Township: 9 Range: 63 S2SW4, SW4SE4 120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60 ACRES 1/7TH INTEREST 8.571 NET MRA Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 63 NW4, W2NE4 AND 20 ACRES IN THE NW CORNER OF THE SE4, 260 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 130 ACRES 1/7TH INTEREST 18.571 NET MRA Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 63 E2NE4, E2NW4,SW4NE4, S2NW4NE4, 140 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 70 ACRES 1/7TH INTEREST 10.00 NET MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $260 Year 2015 Tax $5.60 Interest $0.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.99 R120618 DAHARSH TERRY N Parcel: 4093120618 Section: 23 Township: 9 Range: 63 S2SW4, SW4SE4 120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60 1/7TH INTEREST 8.571 NET MRA Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 63 NW4, W2NE4 AND 20 ACRES IN THE NW CORNER OF THE SE4, 260 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST , 1/7TH INTEREST 18.571 NET MRA Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 63 E2NE4, E2NW4,SW4NE4, S2NW4NE4, 140 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST AND 1/7TH INTEREST 10.00 NET MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $260 Year 2015 Tax $5.60 Interest $0.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.99 R120091 DANIEL KATHERINE ANN STEPHEN MATTHEW Parcel: 9522200240 Section: 22 Township: 9 Range: 65 SE4 NW4 (40 ACRES) Subdivision: GILLILAND PROPERTY Lot: 0011 Actual Value: $5,772 Year 2015 Tax $135.32 Interest $9.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $169.79 R113944 DAUGHENBAUGH MARK A DAUGHENBAUGH RANCHES LLC Parcel: 8411100415 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 64 PAR IN NE4 & IN SE4 DESC B569 AKA TRACT D Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $494,101 34601 CO RD 33 Year 2015 Tax $5,477.48 Interest $383.42 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,885.90

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R120264 DAUGHENBAUGH MARK ALAN Parcel: 4063180023 Section: 18 Township: 6 Range: 63 S2 (294.52 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 73.63 NET ACRES 1/9 INTEREST MRA 8.181) Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 64 N2,SE4 (480 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES 1/9 INTEREST MRA 13.33, SW4 160 ACRES 1/6 INTEREST 26.67, 1/9 INTEREST MRA 2.96) Section: 26 Township: 6 Range: 64 N2 (320 ACRES 1/6 INTEREST 53.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS 1/9 INTEREST MRA 5.925) TOTAL MRA 30.396 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $209 Year 2015 Tax $4.76 Interest $0.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.09

R120398 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139003 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 24 Actual Value: $15,924 701 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $476.40 Interest $33.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $534.75

R120414 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139019 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 2 Actual Value: $16,520 711 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $493.92 Interest $34.57 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $553.49 R120415 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139020 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 1 Actual Value: $12,098 709 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $361.92 Interest $25.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $412.25

R119832 FARMER BROTHERS DEVELOPMENT LLC Parcel: 8418117008 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH KLOUSER ANNEXATION, Subdivision: ELIZABETH PHILLIPS ADDITION Block: 13 Lot: 2 THRU:- Lot: 6PARCEL A DESC IN B575 P391 Actual Value: $219,020 444 S MAIN ST Year 2015 Tax $6,549.72 Interest $458.48 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,033.20

R104285 GERARD LINDSEY Parcel: 6512401006 Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: COAL CREEK FIL 1 Lot: 0023 Actual Value: $336,153 46188 COAL CREEK DR Year 2015 Tax $2,217.12 Interest $155.20 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,397.32

R120399 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139004 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 17 Actual Value: $15,280 700 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $456.80 Interest $31.98 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $513.78

R112223 ESPARZA JUAN R SANDOVAL CLEMENTINA Parcel: 6008200083 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 60 Subdivision: COTTONWOOD ESTATES (FALCON RANCH) Lot: 2 Actual Value: $64,377 28322 CO RD 190 Year 2015 Tax $1,016.04 Interest $71.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,112.16

R115978 DAUGHENBAUGH RANCHES LLC Parcel: 8411100455 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NE4: 11 8 64 60.05 ACRES DESC B612 P141 Actual Value: $1,510 Year 2015 Tax $35.64 Interest $2.49 Penalty $0.00 Other $36.87 Total Due: $75.00

R120400 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139005 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Tract: A Actual Value: $15,941 Year 2015 Tax $476.40 Interest $33.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $534.75

R120416 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139021 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 26 Actual Value: $10,536 710 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $315.52 Interest $22.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $362.61

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R115979 DAUGHENBAUGH RANCHES LLC Parcel: 8411400456 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN SE4: 11 8 64 60.05 ACRES DESC B612 P143 Actual Value: $1,510 Year 2015 Tax $35.64 Interest $2.49 Penalty $0.00 Other $36.87 Total Due: $75.00

R100071 DECKER MICHAEL S & JANET M Parcel: 0026307004 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 8 Lot: 7 AND:- Lot: 8 Actual Value: $53,607 401 CARIBOU ST Year 2015 Tax $1,485.44 Interest $103.98 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,614.42

R120326 DENNIS RACHEL L FKA BAZACOS RACHEL L Parcel: 4085120326 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 TRACT IN S2 (TOTAL MRA 1.72) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $12 Year 2015 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90

R104985 DIMANNA CANDICE J Parcel: 7109102007 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 1 Block: 006 Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $117,334 23799 JASPER TRL Year 2015 Tax $614.76 Interest $43.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $682.79

R103013 DROTAR STEVEN R Parcel: 4091171430 Section: 17 Township: 9 Range: 61 NE4 1/32 INTEREST 5 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64

R120428 DYKES J CHRISTOPHER (THE) REVOCABLE TRUST Parcel: 4085120428 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 TRACT IN S2 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $82 Year 2015 Tax $1.68 Interest $0.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.80

R119185 EHLERS DAVID J Parcel: 8422401001 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: CIRCLE HILL MINOR DEVELOPMENT Lot: 1 Actual Value: $72,911 6695 CIRCLE HILL CIR Year 2015 Tax $1,765.08 Interest $123.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,913.64

R107645 EHLERS MICHAEL P & POLLY A Parcel: 8335401002 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 63 Subdivision: HAWKEYE RANCHES Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $454,114 13777 RANGE VIEW PL Year 2015 Tax $2,113.56 Interest $147.95 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,286.51

R120812 EHMANN COLYER SHIRLEY D Parcel: 4094120812 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 248.498 ACRES 1/8 INT 31.062 MRA DESC IN B304 P498, B304 P500, P304 P504 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $229 Year 2015 Tax $4.88 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.22

R112338 ELECTRIC SERVICE CO Parcel: 8432100349 Section: 32 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALA SW4NE4: 32 8 64 LESS S 100’ LESS RD & EXCEPT PAR 105’ X 83’ & LESS RD 36.77 ACRES ALL DESC B495 P851 Actual Value: $925 4625 CO RD 124 Year 2015 Tax $22.56 Interest $1.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $74.14

R120396 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139001 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Tract: B Actual Value: $20,662 Year 2015 Tax $617.64 Interest $43.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $685.87

R120397 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139002 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 25, Actual Value: $15,924 708 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $476.40 Interest $33.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $534.75

R120401 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139006 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 15 Actual Value: $14,058 713 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $420.72 Interest $29.45 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $475.17 R120402 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139007 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 14 Actual Value: $14,970 716 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $447.52 Interest $31.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $503.85 R120403 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139008 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 13 Actual Value: $10,817 717 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $323.76 Interest $22.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $371.42 R120404 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139009 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 12 Actual Value: $12,455 718 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $372.24 Interest $26.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $423.30 R120405 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139010 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range:64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 11 Actual Value: $12,911 719 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $385.64 Interest $26.99 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $437.63 R120406 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139011 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 10 Actual Value: $9,576 720 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $286.64 Interest $20.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $331.70 R120407 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139012 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 9 Actual Value: $11,630 721 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $347.48 Interest $24.32 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $396.80 R120408 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139013 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 8 Actual Value: $12,127 722 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $362.96 Interest $25.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $413.37 R120409 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139014 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 7 Actual Value: $9,576 723 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $286.64 Interest $20.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $331.70 R120410 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139015 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 6 Actual Value: $11,876 724 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $354.72 Interest $24.83 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $404.55 R120411 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139016 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 5 Actual Value: $11,876 725 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $354.72 Interest $24.83 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $404.55 R120412 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139017 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 4 Actual Value: $9,576 726 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $286.64 Interest $20.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $331.70 R120413 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139018 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 3 Actual Value: $12,466 727 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $373.28 Interest $26.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $424.41

R120417 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139022 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 23 Actual Value: $10,536 703 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $315.52 Interest $22.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $362.61 R120418 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139023 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 18 Actual Value: $10,676 702 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $319.64 Interest $22.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $367.01 R120419 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139024 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 16 Actual Value: $13,473 715 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $403.16 Interest $28.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $456.38 R120420 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139025 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range:64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 20 Actual Value: $19,124 706 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $572.28 Interest $40.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $637.34 R120421 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139026 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 21 Actual Value: $18,755 707 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $560.92 Interest $39.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $625.18 R120422 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139027 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 28 Actual Value: $18,755 714 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $560.92 Interest $39.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $625.18 R120423 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139028 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range:64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 27 Actual Value: $10,536 712 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $315.52 Interest $22.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $362.61 R120424 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139029 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 22 Actual Value: $10,536 705 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $315.52 Interest $22.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $362.61 R120425 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139030 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 19 Actual Value: $10,384 704 S WALNUT GROVE DR Year 2015 Tax $310.36 Interest $21.73 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $357.09 R120176 ELIZABETH MINERALS AND WATER LLC Parcel: 4526400112 Section: 26 Township: 6 Range: 65 PAR IN S2 MEADOWBROOK RANCHES LOT 4 TOTAL MRA 35 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $241 Year 2015 Tax $5.80 Interest $0.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.21 R108543 ELIZABETHS OLDE HOTEL SQUARE LLC Parcel: 8418102008 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH AMENDED E2S2 OF LOT2 LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 1 LOT 3 Actual Value: $448,197 166 S MAIN ST Year 2015 Tax $10,481.44 Interest $733.70 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $11,240.14 R118561 ENRIQUEZ MARIO TORRES Parcel: 7501404030 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: DEER CREEK FARM FILING 3A Lot: 0052 Actual Value: $93,000 41120 ROUND HILL CIR Year 2015 Tax $1,233.80 Interest $74.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,332.83

R103241 ESPARZA YOANY I SANDOVAL CLEMENTINA Parcel: 6008200059 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 60 Subdivision: COTTONWOOD ESTATES (FALCON RANCH) Lot: 9 Actual Value: $63,594 46855 COTTONWOOD LN Year 2015 Tax $1,003.52 Interest $70.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,098.77 R100108 ESPINOZA MARISELA SMITH SCOTT Parcel: 0026310009 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 12 Lot: 23 THRU:- Lot: 26 Actual Value: $50,032 217 NAVAJO AVE Year 2015 Tax $381.16 Interest $26.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $432.84 R120690 ETHERIDGE PATRICK AND SHARI Parcel: 4074120690 Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 64 DEER CREEK RANCH ESTATES, LOT 18 MRA 5.160 (MINERALS ONLY) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $36 Year 2015 Tax $0.92 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.98 R120253 EVANOIKA THEODORE LEE Parcel: 4000119145 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 S2 N OF RR, S2N2: (30.29 MRA 1/2 INTERES 15.14) Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 60 ALL: 49.50 MRA 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 24.75 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $275 Year 2015 Tax $6.24 Interest $0.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.68 R119977 EVANOIKA THEODORE LEE Parcel: 4021119977 Section: 2 Township: 10 Range: 61 N2N24, W2NE4, W2SW4 (240 ACRES 1/5 INTEREST 12 MRA) Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 61 E2E2 (160 ACRES 1/5 INTEREST 8 MRA) Section: 10 Township: 10 Range: 61 NE4 (160 ACRES 1/5 INTEREST 8 MRA) Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 61 SW4 (160 ACRES 1/5 INTERES 8 MRA) TOTAL MRA 36 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $248 Year 2015 Tax $5.44 Interest $0.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.82 R102623 EVANS DARYL EVANS PEGGY J Parcel: 4074290375 Section: 29 Township: 7 Range: 64 SW4:W2SE4:S2NW4: 2/3 INTEREST 213.33 NET A MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,480 Year 2015 Tax $35.92 Interest $2.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $36.57 Total Due: $75.00 R102638 EVANS DARYL EVANS HERBERT ESTATE EVANS LOLA M GASPER TERESA Parcel: 4074320385 Section: 32 Township: 7 Range: 64 N2 2/3 INTEREST 213.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS ET AL: HERBERT EVANS ESTATE LOLA M EVANS TERESA GASPAR DARYL EVANS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,480 Year 2015 Tax $35.92 Interest $2.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $36.57 Total Due: $75.00 R116225 EVANS DARYL EVANS PEGGY J Parcel: 8407404007 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64 A STRIP OF LANE IN NW4SE4 (54’ X 308’) (TOTAL .382 MOL) Subdivision: ELIZABETH GARLANDS ADDITION Actual Value: $1,000 Year 2015 Tax $29.92 Interest $2.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $42.99 Total Due: $75.00 R113956 EVANS DARYL G EVANS PEGGY J Parcel: 8407100418 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN N2 & IN S2: 7 8 64 161.389 ACRES MOL Actual Value: $122,514 34251 N BANNER ST Year 2015 Tax $1,119.64 Interest $78.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,223.01 R119246 EVERITT AIRFIELD LLC Parcel: 6515203003 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: ROCKY MOUNTAIN AIRPARK ESTATES Lot: 6 Actual Value: $1,092 50 SKYHAWK WAY, Year 2015 Tax $26.52 Interest $1.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $46.62 Total Due: $75.00 R119247 EVERITT AIRFIELD LLC Parcel: 6515203011 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: ROCKY MOUNTAIN AIRPARK ESTATES Lot: 0007 Actual Value: $1,066 Year 2015 Tax $25.68 Interest $1.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.52 Total Due: $75.00 R119242 EVERITT AIRFIELD LLC Parcel: 6515203013 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: ROCKY MOUNTAIN AIRPARK ESTATES Lot: 000A, Subdivision: RURALA OPEN SPACE PART OF ROCKY MTN AIRPARK Actual Value: $450 Year 2015 Tax $10.76 Interest $0.75 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $61.51

R119121 FARMER BROTHERS DEVELOPMENT LLC Parcel: 8418118004 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH KLOUSER ANNEXATION N 456 FT BY 100 FT OF OLD RAILROAD Actual Value: $225,845 Year 2015 Tax $6,753.92 Interest $472.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,251.69 R100709 FAUGHNAN JOHN HUGH TRUST & EVA L TRUST Parcel: 0403105009 MBL HOME TITLE: 34E21656 MAKE: LONG SIZE: 14 X 64Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 64 (TOTAL 0.452 A) Subdivision: ELBERT SCOTTS ADDITION Lot: 49 AND:- Lot: 51 AND:- Lot: 53 AND:Lot: 55 AND:- Lot: 57:E ON ECCLES ST , :E ON ECCLES ST, :FRONTING E ON ECCLES ST LESS HWY, :FRONTING E ON ECCLES ST LESS HWY, :FRONTING E ON ECCLES ST LESS HWY Actual Value: $97,095 23815 N ELBERT RD,23809 N ELBERT RD,23813 N ELBERT RD Year 2015 Tax $607.16 Interest $42.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $674.66 R100711 FAUGHNAN JOHN HUGH TRUST & EVA L TRUST Parcel: 0403105011 Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 64 (TOTAL 0.093 A) Subdivision: ELBERT SCOTTS ADDITION Lot: 59 AND:- Lot: 61 AND:- Lot: 63:FRONTING E ON ECCLES ST W OF FLOOD CONTROL DIKE, :FRONTING E ON ECCLES ST W OF FLOOD CONTROL DIKE, :FRONTING E ON ECCLES ST W OF FLOOD CONTROL DIKE Actual Value: $4,622 Year 2015 Tax $29.08 Interest $2.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $43.88 Total Due: $75.00 R101001 FAUGHNAN JOHN HUGH TRUST & FAUGHNAN EVA L TRUST Parcel: 0511400011 Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 65 :SE4 Section: 12 Township: 10 Range: 65 :S2SW4 Section: 13 Township: 10 Range: 65 :NE4NW4 Section: 14 Township: 10 Range: 65 :NE4,NE4SE4: LESS 15.5 RDSubdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 464.50 A) Actual Value: $112,269 21987 CO RD 9,21989 CO RD 9 Year 2015 Tax $1,324.40 Interest $92.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,442.11 R105040 FINLEY THEODORE LAVELLE MCGEE DEE C Parcel: 7109302002 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 004 Lot: 0006 Actual Value: $47,105 23358 EMERALD TRL Year 2015 Tax $246.84 Interest $17.28 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $289.12 R102647 FLECKTON ARTHUR ESTATE Parcel: 4075020390 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 65 E2-SW4 5/48 INTEREST 50 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $340 Year 2015 Tax $8.36 Interest $0.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $63.95 R117624 FLUGUS FUND LLC Parcel: 7418100382 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 64 PAR IN NE4 (AKA SWIFT CREEK FARMS LOT 3) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $382,646 39850 SWIFT CREEK CIR Year 2015 Tax $6,601.36 Interest $462.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,088.46 R117625 FLUGUS FUND LLC Parcel: 7418100383 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 64 PAR IN (AKA SWIFT CREEK FARMS LOTS 4 THROUGH 8) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $700,779 39848 SWIFT CREEK CIR Year 2015 Tax $4,691.52 Interest $328.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,044.93 R103881 FOLMAR SHAWN M & STACEY J Parcel: 6424202018 Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUN COUNTRY MEADOWS FIL 2 (PUD) Lot: 0198 Actual Value: $45,000 44645 LARIAT TRL Year 2015 Tax $284.96 Interest $19.95 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $329.91 R104418 FONDY ALMA R Parcel: 6515405002 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: SMOKY HILL RANCHES Block: 004 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $120,000 836 PINEWICKET WAY Year 2015 Tax $2,883.24 Interest $201.83 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,110.07 R118130 FORE FAMILY TRUST (THE) Parcel: 6515202002 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: KITTYHAWK HILLS Lot: 2 Actual Value: $211,216 45845 KITTYHAWK CIR Year 2015 Tax $2,537.34 Interest $152.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,714.58 R114086 GEORGE LISA MICHELLE Parcel: 0026300095 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 PAR IN S2SW4: 26 10 60 R R RIGHT OF Actual Value: $27,136 621 ANTELOPE ST Year 2015 Tax $206.32 Interest $14.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $245.76

R120325 GETCHELL STEPHANIE G Parcel: 4085120325 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 TRACT IN S2 (TOTAL MRA 1.79) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $12 Year 2015 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90 R102862 GORTON ROBERT W GORTON FRED C GORTON WALTER B KEY SUSAN J Parcel: 4082201790 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 62 SE4 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 40 SPLIT 5 TAKE 8 ACRES OFF FOR CARLOS T0TAL MRA 32) Section: 21 Township: 8 Range: 62 E2W2, NE4NE4, S2NE4, N2SE4 (1/2 INTEREST 360 ACRES TOTAL MRA 180 SPLIT 5 WAYS LESS CARLOS = 144 ACRES) NW4NE4 (1/4 INTEREST 40 ACRES TOTAL NET 10 LESS CARLOS 8 TOTAL MRA) W2W2 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 40 LESS CARLOS TOTAL MRA 32 NET ACRES) TOTAL INTEREST 184 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 62 NW4, N2SW4 (200 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 100 LESS CARLOS 80 NET) NE4SW4 (1/4 INTEREST 40 ACRES 10 NET LESS CARLOS NET 8 (NE4SW4 (40 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST LESS CARLOS 8 NET ACRES) TOTAL MRA 96 Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 62 E2W2 (EXCEPT COAL) (160 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 80 SPLIT 5 TOTAL NET 64 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $2,594 Year 2015 Tax $43.84 Interest $3.07 Penalty $0.00 Other $28.09 Total Due: $75.00 R102930 GRAEFF ROBERT O GRAEFF CAROL J Parcel: 4085110433 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 65 PAR IN SW4SW4 DESC B345 P318 .454 ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS ALL Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90 R102931 GRANT JOSEPH F ELLIOTT MARY JANE Parcel: 4085120435 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range:65 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS PAR IN SE4SE4 12 8 65 DESC B344 P205 .934 ACRES ALL MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90 R106661 GRIFFIN JOHN WILLIAM Parcel: 7527403005 Section: 27 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 05 Lot: 0006 Actual Value: $249,939 517 CEDAR LN Year 2015 Tax $1,660.68 Interest $116.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,801.93 R101615 HALL JAY HALL MICHELE J Parcel: 3917400049 Section: 17 Township: 13 Range: 59 SE4 160 A Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $154,561 34685 CO RD 14 Year 2015 Tax $983.28 Interest $68.83 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,077.11 R100360 HANKINS MONTY D & DANNI Parcel: 0035234003 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 3 Block: 3:N 150’ OF W2 (TOTAL 0.517 A) Actual Value: $49,262 902 LIPTRAP ST Year 2015 Tax $374.48 Interest $26.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $425.69 R106624 HANSEN GARY E HANSEN SHIRLEY M BALDWIN EARL M BALDWIN JOYCE F Parcel: 7527302052 Section: 27 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 02 Lot: 0008 Actual Value: $1,000 Year 2015 Tax $24.20 Interest $1.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $49.11 Total Due: $75.00 R120712 HANSEN GIANNA S Parcel: 9511100249 Section: 11 Township: 9 Range: 65 PARCEL 7 AS DESC IN B760 P219 CONTAINING 35.01 ACRES M/L Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $5,052 1550 CO RD 118 Year 2015 Tax $119.12 Interest $8.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $152.46 R101401 HANSEN LAWRENCE M & MERRILL E Parcel: 2715000014 Section: 15 Township: 12 Range: 57 :ALL (TOTAL 640 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $92,358 Year 2015 Tax $1,036.82 Interest $62.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,124.03 R107868 HENDERSON LINDA Parcel: 8407304012 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH VILLAGES FIL 1 1ST AMENDMENT ( Lot: 0025 Actual Value: $203,293 202 LINCOLN ST Year 2015 Tax $1,669.40 Interest $116.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,811.26 R120680 HENDRICKS TED Parcel: 4019120680 Section: 32 Township: 11 Range: 59 NE4 32 11 59 160 ACRES 1/48 INT 3.333 MRA Section: 33 Township: 11 Range: 59 NW4 33 11 59 160 ACRES 1/96 INT 1.6667 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $35 Year 2015 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81

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Elbert County News 21

October 20, 2016

PUBLIC NOTICES

Continued from Page 2 : Page 3 ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R118404 HERNADEZ CLARIVEL Parcel: 6313102002 Section: 13 Township: 6 Range: 63 Subdivision: WOLF CREEK RANCHES Lot: 0008 Actual Value: $18,742 45390 WOLF CREEK DR Year 2015 Tax $318.04 Interest $22.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $365.30 R102904 HIGGINS M J HIGGINS HERSHEL ESTATE Parcel: 4084090460 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS 1/2 INTEREST IN PINE RIDGE FIL 1 LOT 6 BLK 1 Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90 R109572 HITCHCOCK HEATH & LISA Parcel: 8534302004 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: CHISHOLM AMENDED Lot: 4A(TOTAL 11.859 A) Actual Value: $432,002 30291 CHISHOLM TRL Year 2015 Tax $2,871.36 Interest $201.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,097.36 R110473 HOCKMAN THOMAS WALTER & HOCKMAN JOHN CHRISTOPHER Parcel: 9535301027 Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 65 Subdivision: KELLY AIR PARK AMENDMENT IV Lot: 53 (TOTAL 4.680 A) Actual Value: $100,000 24254 BEN KELLY RD Year 2015 Tax $2,026.80 Interest $141.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,193.68 R102803 HOLT THELMA MAGILL Parcel: 4081201940 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 61 ALL (639 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST MRA 159.75) Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 61 N2N2 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST MRA 40) TOTAL MRA 199.75 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,380 Year 2015 Tax $23.40 Interest $1.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $49.96 Total Due: $75.00 R117852 HOMEWARD BOUND LLC Parcel: 8514301077 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: WILD POINTE Lot: 0083 Actual Value: $33,256 1210 LEGACY TRL Year 2015 Tax $1,358.96 Interest $95.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,479.09

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

R102833 JOHNSON ANNA R DAVID L EASLEY AND NORMA JEAN EASLEY LIVING TRUST Parcel: 4082122001 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 62 SE4SE4 1/44 INTEREST .91 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64

R102257 KLINGER E D Parcel: 4061029390 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 61 N2-N2S2-SE4SE4 610 ACRES 3/3072 INTEREST 0.60 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60

R120471 M 2 LAND AND CATTLE CO LLC Parcel: 8412200532 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 64 E2W2 12 8 64 LESS 1 A. (140’ X 311’) Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 64 NW4-W2NE4 13 8 64 LESS 2 A. AND PARCEL DESC B439 P879 AND LESS PARCEL DESC B439 P881 LESS 35.375 PARC IN THE SE OF THE SE Actual Value: $9,095 Year 2015 Tax $154.36 Interest $10.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $190.17

R120346 MESSMORE ROBERT L & DEBORAH J L Parcel: 4064120346 Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 64 PAR IN NE4 (35.57) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS, Subdivision: FOXWOOD ESTATES REZONE Lot: 1 Actual Value: $245 Year 2015 Tax $7.68 Interest $0.54 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $63.22

R116024 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 4079116024 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 59 N2 (320 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 160 ACRES) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,100 Year 2015 Tax $17.72 Interest $1.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.96

R120723 JUSTAMERE RANCH LLC Parcel: 4063120723 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 63 SMR LOC IN THE NE 4 DESC IN B760 P952 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $250 Year 2015 Tax $4.08 Interest $0.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.37 R115750 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7818300057 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA W2SW4, PAR IN E2SW4: 18 7 58 142.38 A Actual Value: $8,619 Year 2015 Tax $138.48 Interest $9.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $173.17 R107042 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7819300026 Section: 19 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA S2: 19 7 58 324.00 A. SW4 W OF Actual Value: $16,348 Year 2015 Tax $262.56 Interest $18.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $305.94 R118689 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7912300128 Section: 13 Township: 7 Range: 59 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA W2: 13 7 59 LESS 10 A (310 A), PAR IN SW4: Actual Value: $17,291 Year 2015 Tax $277.48 Interest $19.42 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $321.90 R116080 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7914100090 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA N2NE4: 14 7 59 Actual Value: $8,730 37720 CO RD 162 Year 2015 Tax $140.12 Interest $9.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $174.93

R101649 HOOVER RONALD J HOOVER DONNA RAE Parcel: 3935000037 Section: 35 Township: 13 Range: 59 ALL 35 13 59 640 A. Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $46,114 Year 2015 Tax $830.56 Interest $58.14 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $913.70

R102669 KELLY DEIRDRE BERNSTEIN LYNN K KELLY GORDON P Parcel: 4078028516 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58 04-21-98 CORRECTION MADE TO 08/93 SPLIT SW4NE4: 2 7 58 40 A 88/2400 1/2 INTEREST .733 MRA MINERAL RIGHTS ANNIE MAY SWIFT HENRY TRUST # 4285 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60

R102671 HOW & COMPANY Parcel: 4078029240 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58 SW4NE4 1/60 INTEREST .67 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60

R120476 KERN ALLISON MAE Parcel: 4063120476 Section: 9 Township: 6 Range: 63 NE4, 1/3RD INTEREST OF 1/23 INTEREST OF 160 ACRES 2.318 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $16 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64

R120777 HUDSON SARA RENEE Parcel: 7422300421 Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 64 NE4SW4 Subdivision: RURALA INCLUDES 40 FT ACCESS EASEMENT ON WEST SIDE Actual Value: $1,006 6115 CO RD 154 Year 2015 Tax $23.48 Interest $1.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $49.88 Total Due: $75.00

R114590 KINGDOM INVESTMENTS UNLIMITED LLC Parcel: 0026309011 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 9 Lot: 5 THRU:- Lot: 7, W 108’ ALL LOTS (TOTAL 0.186 A) Actual Value: $37,147 208 SIOUX AVE Year 2015 Tax $1,028.80 Interest $72.02 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,125.82

R112505 HUTCHINS TRACY J Parcel: 8407305014 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH HILLSIDE VILLAGE FIL 1 (PUD) Block: 001 Lot: 0010 Actual Value: $176,063 410 LIONEL LN Year 2015 Tax $1,045.64 Interest $85.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,155.83 R119745 ICE JAN C Parcel: 4028119745 Section: 17 Township: 12 Range: 58 NE4, 12.5% OF 40 A TOTAL ACRES 5 Section: 18 Township: 13 Range: 57 W2SE4,SW4, 12.5% OF 82.167 A TOTAL ACRES 5.272 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $70 Year 2015 Tax $1.56 Interest $0.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.67 R120706 JANTZ BARBARA J Parcel: 8333100299 Section: 33 Township: 8 Range: 63 PAR IN N2 DESC IN B760 P336 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $12,496 30775 MOUNTAIN VIEW TRL Year 2015 Tax $212.24 Interest $14.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $252.10 R117093 JC BROTHERS LLC Parcel: 6406201201 Section: 6 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0192 Actual Value: $23,340 3450 ANTELOPE RIDGE TRL Year 2015 Tax $944.76 Interest $66.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,035.89 R120720 JOHNS ERIN M Parcel: 4090120720 Section: 18 Township: 9 Range: 60 NW4 1/4 INT 40 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $280 Year 2015 Tax $6.20 Interest $0.43 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.63 R106734 JOHNSON ANASTASIA V Parcel: 7534101045 Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 01 Lot: 0045 Actual Value: $243,407 36569 VIEW RIDGE DR Year 2015 Tax $952.64 Interest $66.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,044.32

R104782 KLEIN MARK J & EMILY S Parcel: 6536301030 Section: 36 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: PLEASANT RIDGE ESTATES Lot: 0015 Actual Value: $385,586 42226 THUNDER HILL RD Year 2015 Tax $2,442.96 Interest $171.01 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,638.97 R101806 KLINGER E D Parcel: 4003334490 Section: 33 Township: 10 Range: 63 S2-N2NW4-SE4NW4-NE4 33 10 63 600 ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST 1.17 NET ACRES ALL SECS 26-34 10 63 1280 ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST 2.50 NET ACRES ALL 27 10 63 640 ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES E2-E2NW4-S2SW4 28 10 63 480 ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST .94 NET ACRES S2NE4SE4-10 A. IN E2SE4SE4 32 10 63 30 ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST .06 NET ACRES SE4-NW4 25 10 63 320 ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST .62 NET ACRES ALL 35 10 63 640 ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST (EX COAL IN SE4SW4- S2SE4-NE4SE4) 1.25 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $70 Year 2015 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50 R101902 KLINGER E D Parcel: 4017123850 Section: 12 Township: 11 Range: 57 S2 12 11 57 320 ACRES 3/768 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES N2-SE4 14 11 57 480 ACRES 3/768 INTEREST 1.88 NET ACRES S2 24 11 57 320 ACRES 3/768 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.64 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.68 R102188 KLINGER E D Parcel: 4060069931 Section: 6 Township: 6 Range: 60 ALL 3/3072 INTEREST 0.69 NET ACRES Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 60 ALL 3/3072 INTEREST 0.63 NET ACRES Section: 18 Township: 6 Range: 60 E2-E2W2 3/3072 INTEREST 0.47 NET ACRES Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 61 ALL 3/3072 INTEREST 0.62 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60

R103074 KLINGER E D Parcel: 4093267850 Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 63 SW4 3/1536 INTEREST 0.31 NET ACRES Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 63 N2NE4 3/1536 INTEREST 0.16 NET ACRES Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 63 W2 3/1536 INTEREST 0.63 NET ACRES 3/1536 INTEREST 0.08 NET ACRES Section: 15 Township: 10 Range: 63 SW4-S2SE4 3/1536 INTEREST 0.47 NET ACRES Section: 22 Township: 10 Range: 63 ALL 3/1536 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES Section: 23 Township: 10 Range: 63 SW4-E2NW4-E2 3/1536 INTEREST 1.09 NET ACRES Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 63 ALL 3/1536 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 63 SE4 3/1536 INTEREST 0.31 NET ACRES Section: 19 Township: 10 Range: 62 E2W2 3/1536 INTEREST 0.31 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.68 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.73 R118761 KORINEK JOHN F KORINEK JOLIE Parcel: 4000418761 Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 60 PAR IN SW4SE4, SE4SW4 LYING NORTH OF THE HWY/PART IS BACK TO SURFACE TOTAL MRA 37 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $255 Year 2015 Tax $5.44 Interest $0.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.82 R101671 KORINEK JOLIE AND JOHN F Parcel: 4000327280 Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 60 TRACT IN SW4SW4 (DESC B372 P113 MRA 2.41) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81 R104420 KRAUS JOANN B Parcel: 6515405004 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: SMOKY HILL RANCHES Block: 004 Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $290,855 642 PINEWICKET WAY Year 2015 Tax $1,258.52 Interest $88.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,371.62 R120797 LASATER TOM Parcel: 0912100068 Section: 1 Township: 10 Range: 59 N2SW4 Section: 12 Township: 10 Range: 59 NE4 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $7,219 Year 2015 Tax $162.96 Interest $11.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $199.37 R117052 LAVRENZ NATHAN & LINDSEY Parcel: 6512401182 Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0138 Actual Value: $23,340 2607 LOYD CIR Year 2015 Tax $944.76 Interest $66.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,035.89 R100676 LEE RANDAL C & CYNTHIA M Parcel: 0331401002 Section: 31 Township: 10 Range: 63 Subdivision: HIDE-A-WAY RANCHES Block: 4 Lot: 3 (TOTAL 8.140 A) Actual Value: $89,540 9896 INDIAN TRL Year 2015 Tax $1,804.68 Interest $126.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,956.01 R106300 LEHN FREDERICK E LEHN JUDITH E Parcel: 7526101001 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 08 Lot: 0020 Actual Value: $206,644 1693 BUTTERCUP RD Year 2015 Tax $354.42 Interest $21.27 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $400.69 R120728 LEYDEN JAMELLE Parcel: 4074120728 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Block: C Lot: 11SEVERED MINERALS ONLY MRA 2.926 Actual Value: $21 Year 2015 Tax $1.44 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.54 R112317 LITTLEFIELD DARRELL M JR LITTLEFIELD JANET S Parcel: 9017300063 Section: 17 Township: 9 Range: 60 SW4 (160 ACRES) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $84,660 27454 CO RD 113 Year 2015 Tax $418.90 Interest $25.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $469.03 R102845 LORD OMA Parcel: 4082142310 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 62 SW4SE4-SE4SW4-S2NE4SW4-S2NW4SE4 1/4 INTEREST 30 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $210 Year 2015 Tax $3.52 Interest $0.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.77 R117895 LOWELL T AND SONS LLC Parcel: 9514100224 Section: 23 Township: 9 Range: 65 E2NE4 Section: 14 Township: 9 Range: 65 NE4: S2NW4: E2SE4 Subdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 400 A) Actual Value: $45,090 27500 CO RD 5 Year 2015 Tax $1,059.04 Interest $74.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,158.17

R120472 M 2 LAND AND CATTLE CO LLC Parcel: 8413100531 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 64 PARC IN THE SE4 OF THE NE4 AS DES C IN B745 P366 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $61,885 Year 2015 Tax $334.44 Interest $23.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $382.85 R115560 MARTINEZ AMOS D Parcel: 4001115560 Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 61 NW4 (160ACRES 1/96 INTEREST 1.666 MRA) Section: 2 Township: 10 Range: 61 E2NE4 (80 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .104 MRA, S2NW4 (80 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .104 MRA, SE4 (160 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .208 MRA) TOTAL MINERAL RIGHTS 2.87 Actual Value: $15 Year 2015 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81 R120751 MAUDE BREWER TRUST Parcel: 4092120751 Section: 14 Township: 9 Range: 62 NW4 1/2 INTEREST 80 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $560 Year 2015 Tax $9.36 Interest $0.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $65.02 R105068 MCBRIDE MICHAEL E Parcel: 7109404006 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 003 Lot: 0012 Actual Value: $137,790 40124 GARNET TRL Year 2015 Tax $722.04 Interest $50.54 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $797.58 R102851 MCCOURT LAWRENCE J Parcel: 4082152500 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2W2 1/30 INTEREST 5.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R103140 MCLEAN ALLAN MCLEAN MARGUERITE ESTATE Parcel: 4095100745 Section: 10 Township: 9 Range: 65 E2NW4 1/4 INTEREST 20.00 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $140 Year 2015 Tax $3.32 Interest $0.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.55 R110235 MCLEAN ALLAN MCLEAN MARGUERITE ESTATE Parcel: 9434401002 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELBERT ORIGINAL Lot: 35, W ON KIOWA ST, (TOTAL 0.115 A) Actual Value: $1,002 Year 2015 Tax $22.76 Interest $1.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $74.35 R112691 MEDEMA RICHARD T AND KELLY C Parcel: 7512100129 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: RURALO PAR IN E2: 12 7 65 DESC B523 P329, 35 A. Actual Value: $858,842 40495 CO RD 13 Year 2015 Tax $5,708.48 Interest $399.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,133.07 R101551 MEMORY LANE RANCH LLC Parcel: 3719100020 Section: 19 Township: 13 Range: 57 N2-SW4-N2SE4 (602.32A) Section: 20 Township: 13 Range: 57 S2SW4-SW4SE4 (120A) Section: 21 Township: 13 Range: 57 E2 E2NW4 NE4SW4 (440A) Section: 23 Township: 13 Range: 58 SE4 LESS 1A (159A) Section: 24 Township: 13 Range: 58 ALL (640A) Section: 25 Township: 13 Range: 58 E2 (320A Section: 27 Township: 13 Range: 57 N2 SW4 N2SE4 SW4SE4 (600A) Section: 28 Township: 13 Range: 57 ALL (640A) Section: 29 Township: 13 Range: 57 ALL (640A) Section: 30 Township: 13 Range: 57 ALL (700A) Section: 31 Township: 13 Range: 57 ALL (718.40A) Section: 32 Township: 13 Range: 57 N2 N2S2 SW4SW4 (520A) Section: 33 Township: 13 Range: 57 N2 SW4 W2SE4 NE4SE4 (600A) Section: 34 Township: 13 Range: 57 N2 NW4SW4 (360A) TOTAL ACRES 7059.72 (SOME LOTS ARE GOVERNMENT LOTS) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $834,179 2460 CO RD 177,1738 CO RD 185 Year 2015 Tax $15,447.68 Interest $1,081.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $16,554.02 R101556 MEMORY LANE RANCH LLC Parcel: 3727400024 Section: 27 Township: 13 Range: 57 SE4SE4 40 A. Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,006 Year 2015 Tax $22.44 Interest $1.57 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $74.01 R101557 MEMORY LANE RANCH LLC Parcel: 3732300025 Section: 32 Township: 13 Range: 57 SE4SW4, S2SE4 TOTAL ACRES 120A Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $3,018 Year 2015 Tax $68.16 Interest $4.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $97.93 R109385 MENDEZ WILLIAM DICKERSON NAOMI GENA Parcel: 8512301002 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: CIMARRON FIL 2 Block: 004 Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $289,939 2399 PINTO TRL Year 2015 Tax $1,927.04 Interest $134.89 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,086.93

R120532 MEYER JENNIFER A AND NICHOLAS A Parcel: 9416100363 Section: 16 Township: 9 Range: 64 SW4NE4 16 9 64 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,495 27510 RICHARDS CIR Year 2015 Tax $35.92 Interest $2.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $36.57 Total Due: $75.00 R120389 MEYER KATHRYN ELAINE Parcel: 4063120389 Section: 9 Township: 6 Range: 63 NE4 1/23 INT IN 160 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $48 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R100468 MIKITA DARLENE M Parcel: 0202200004 Section: 2 Township: 10 Range: 62 :NW4 (TOTAL 160 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $4,024 Year 2015 Tax $74.56 Interest $5.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $104.78 R120362 MILLER MARY M Parcel: 6306400007 Section: 6 Township: 6 Range: 63 Subdivision: ELBERT RANCH ESTATES Lot: 41/9 INT IN PRIVATE RD Actual Value: $45 47300 PVT RD 39 Year 2015 Tax $0.80 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.86 R105989 MILLER MICHAEL MILLER JOAN Parcel: 7502401012 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PRAIRIE TRAIL RANCHES Lot: 0001(5.20 ACRES) 1/50 INTERST IN TRACT B Actual Value: $412,171 41055 FRONTIER RD Year 2015 Tax $2,738.60 Interest $191.70 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,955.30 R104958 MILLER TIMOTHY LEIGH Parcel: 7108304003 Section: 8 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 010 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $161,433 22198 AMETHYST RD Year 2015 Tax $845.80 Interest $59.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $930.01 R104959 MILLER TIMOTHY LEIGH Parcel: 7108304004 Section: 8 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 010 Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $15,337 22132 AMETHYST RD Year 2015 Tax $80.32 Interest $5.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $110.94 R100146 MILLS ANTHONY G Parcel: 0027406011 Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 7:E75’ OF N 75’ OF W2 TOTAL 0.129 A) Actual Value: $4,453 306 BUFFALO ST Year 2015 Tax $697.14 Interest $48.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $38.19 Total Due: $784.13 R113552 MIRELES AMPARO AND JUAN Parcel: 6307100130 Section: 7 Township: 6 Range: 63 Subdivision: FOXWOOD Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $181,500 46481 FOXWOOD DR Year 2015 Tax $4,190.20 Interest $293.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,508.51 R101882 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 4015266273 Section: 26 Township: 11 Range: 59 NE4: 160 A NW4: 26 11 59 160 A UNDIVIDED 1/2 INTEREST 160 MRA MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,120 Year 2015 Tax $24.76 Interest $1.73 Penalty $0.00 Other $48.51 Total Due: $75.00 R114210 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 4099114210 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 59 S2: 26 7 59 320 ACRES 1/4 INT 80 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $550 Year 2015 Tax $8.88 Interest $0.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $64.50 R115751 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 7818200055 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN W2NW4 W OF RR Actual Value: $3,844 Year 2015 Tax $61.48 Interest $4.30 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $90.78 R115752 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 7818400056 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN W2SE4: W OF RR Actual Value: $1,929 Year 2015 Tax $31.00 Interest $2.17 Penalty $0.00 Other $41.83 Total Due: $75.00 R119197 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 7914400131 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NE4SE4: 14 7 59 Actual Value: $5,485 Year 2015 Tax $88.08 Interest $6.17 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $119.25

R116171 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 7914300098 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA SW4 LESS NE4NE4SW4: 14 7 59 150 ACRES Actual Value: $32,039 Year 2015 Tax $514.56 Interest $36.02 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $575.58 R116081 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 7914400091 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59 S2SE4 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $8,730 Year 2015 Tax $140.12 Interest $9.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $174.93 R116064 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 7923200089 Section: 23 Township: 7 Range: 59 NW4 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $17,750 Year 2015 Tax $285.24 Interest $19.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $330.21 R107233 MURPHY JOSEPH Parcel: 8223100029 Section: 23 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2W2NE4 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,006 19500 WEDEMEYER RD Year 2015 Tax $16.96 Interest $1.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.15 R103307 NELSON PAUL ALLEN GOOD JUNE MARIE Parcel: 6132100031 Subdivision: RURALA E2 32 6 61, S2SW4:NW4SW4: 33 6 61 NENW4: 4 7 61 Actual Value: $19,183 Year 2015 Tax $365.96 Interest $25.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $416.58 R104886 NELSON PAUL ALLEN & JUNE MARIE GOOD Parcel: 7104100086 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 61 PARCEL IN E2E2 DESC B347 P632 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $6,103 41297 CO RD 97 Year 2015 Tax $116.52 Interest $8.16 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $149.68 R104896 NELSON PAUL ALLEN SR ALLEN DENNIS W Parcel: 7104400085 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 61 PARCEL IN SE4 DESC B347 P630 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $7,151 Year 2015 Tax $136.24 Interest $9.54 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $170.78 R120173 NIXON MARJORIE Parcel: 4084150763 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 64 1/2 INTEREST IN NW4NE4 SPLIT 5 WAYS TOTAL MRA 2.4, 1/2 INTEREST N2NW4 SPLIT 5 WAYS TOTAL MRA 8 TOTAL MRA IN ALL 10.4 PER B310 P877 DATED 12/01/1977 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $72 Year 2015 Tax $1.68 Interest $0.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.80 R116034 O BRIEN DUNCAN M Parcel: 4075116034 Section: 25 Township: 7 Range: 65 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 65 Section: 27 Township: 7 Range: 65 Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 65 Section: 35 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS W2SW4: 25 7 65 80 ACRES UNDIVIDED 1/2 INT 40 NET ACRES S2N2;NW4NW4;S2: 26 7 65 520 ACRES UNDIVIDED 1/2 INT 260 NET ACRES S2;S2NE4;NE4NE4;SE4NW4: 27 7 65 480 ACRES UNDIVIDED 1/2 INT 240 NET ACRES N2NE4;SW4NE4: 34 7 65 120 ACRES UNDIVIDED 1/2 INT 60 NET ACRES N2N2: 35 7 65 160 ACRES 80 NET ACRES TOTAL MINERAL RIGHT ACRES 680 Actual Value: $4,760 Year 2015 Tax $115.24 Interest $8.07 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $148.31 R103043 O BRIEN DUNCAN M Parcel: 4092212560 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 62 W2 1/2 INTEREST 160.00 NET ACRES Section: 28 Township: 9 Range: 62 NW4 1/2 INTEREST 80.00 NET ACRES Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 62 ALL 1/2 INTEREST 320.00 NET ACRES Section: 19 Township: 9 Range: 62 E2SE4 1/2 INTEREST 40.00 NET ACRES Section: 29 Township: 9 Range: 62 E2NE4-NE4SE4 1/2 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $4,550 Year 2015 Tax $77.16 Interest $5.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $107.56 R110314 OLKJER DEL R Parcel: 9434419001 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELBERT ORIGINAL, E ON ECCLES PAR W OF LOTS 13 & 14 105’ X 238’ IN SIZE, (TOTAL 0.574 A) Actual Value: $25,003 Year 2015 Tax $569.44 Interest $39.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $634.30 R114592 OWEN JERRY Parcel: 0026309012 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 9 Lot: 5 THRU:- Lot: 7, E 42’ OF ALL LOTS (TOTAL 0.072 A) Actual Value: $23,065 214 SIOUX AVE Year 2015 Tax $175.76 Interest $12.30 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $213.06

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October 20, 2016

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Continued from Page 3 : Page 4 ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R120324 OWENS RORY G Parcel: 4085120324 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 TRACT IN S2 (TOTAL MRA 1.99) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $14 Year 2015 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90 R101340 PADILLA HECTOR A & ERIKA M Parcel: 1916300090 Section: 16 Township: 11 Range: 59 :NW4SW4 (TOTAL 40 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $38,281 15422 CO RD 141 Year 2015 Tax $332.20 Interest $23.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $380.45 R100869 PECK JOHN H & MELISSA RENEE Parcel: 0409301005 Section: 9 Township: 10 Range: 64 Subdivision: ACADEMY EAST FIL 1 Lot: 24 (TOTAL 5.350 A) Actual Value: $183,976 5061 W KIOWA CREEK RD Year 2015 Tax $511.60 Interest $30.70 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $567.30 R107014 PEETERS NANETTE Parcel: 7732200013 Section: 32 Township: 7 Range: 57 Subdivision: RURALA NW4NW4: 32 7 57 39.84 A Actual Value: $1,002 Year 2015 Tax $18.72 Interest $1.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $70.03 R109639 PEETERS NANETTE Parcel: 8706100006 Section: 6 Township: 8 Range: 57 Subdivision: RURALA E2, SW4: 6 8 57 Actual Value: $61,564 35550 CO RD 183,35560 CO RD 183 Year 2015 Tax $518.68 Interest $36.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $579.99 R106110 PFEIFER SUSAN D Parcel: 7510101001 Section: 10 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PARK LINE ESTATES PUD Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $105,000 850 CO RD 166 Year 2015 Tax $2,542.40 Interest $177.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,745.37 R102057 PIROSKO GARY Parcel: 4029306796 Section: 30 Township: 12 Range: 59 E2NE4 1/4 INTEREST 20 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $140 Year 2015 Tax $3.08 Interest $0.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.30 R118237 POHL SHELLEY Parcel: 0417200252 Section: 17 Township: 10 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALO PAR IN SE4NW4: 17 10 64 DESC B659 P812 Actual Value: $8,159 Year 2015 Tax $45.44 Interest $3.18 Penalty $0.00 Other $26.38 Total Due: $75.00 R120760 POPCORN ALLY, LLC Parcel: 4067120760 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 57 S2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES .083 INTEREST = 10 MRA Section: 4 Township: 6 Range: 57 N2NW4NW4NE4-S2NE4-SW4-W2SE4-S2NW4 3/8 INTEREST 229.96 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTERST = 19.163 MRA Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 57 N2 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET A THEN .083 INTEREST = 5 MRA AND S2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 10 MRA AND N2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTERST = 10 MRA TOTAL MRA 25 Section: 20 Township: 6 Range: 57 W2NE4-SW4SE4-SE4NE4-N2SE4S2SW4 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 5 MRA Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 57 N2SW4-W2SE4-NE4SE4 3/16 INTEREST 112.50 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 9.374 MRA Section: 26 Township: 6 Range: 57 NE4 3/16 INTEREST 30.00 NET ACRE S THEN .083 INTEREST = 2.499 Section: 28 Township: 6 Range: 57 W2 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 5 MRA AND E2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 10 MRA TOTAL MRA = 15 Section: 30 Township: 6 Range: 57 E2-E2NW4-LOTS 1&2-E2SW4 LOTS 3&4 3/8 INTEREST 207.20 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHT THEN .083 INTEREST = 17.265 MRA Section: 34 Township: 6 Range: 57 ALL SECS 14-22 3/8 INTEREST 720.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 60 MRA Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 57 N2NW4S2NW4-SW4 3/8 INTEREST 120.39 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 10.032 MRA Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 57 N2N2-S2NE4-W2SE4 3/16 INTEREST 60.24 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 5.019 MRA Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 57 N2NE4-SE4NE4SE4-SE4SW4 3/8 INTEREST 120.08 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 10.006 MRA Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 58 SE4NW4-SW4NE4-SW4-W2SE4 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST 5 MRA Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 58 ALL 3/8 INTEREST 240.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 20 MRA Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 58 W2 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 5 MRA Section: 14 Township: 6 Range: 58 S2NE4-E2SE4NW4SE4 3/16 INTEREST 37.50 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 3.124 MRA AND N2N2-SE4NW4-E2SW4SW4SE4 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 10 TOTAL MRA 13.124 Section: 22 Township: 6 Range: 58 ALL 3/8 INTEREST 240.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 20 MRA Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 58 E2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 10 MRA Section: 26 Township: 6 Range: 58 W2-NW4SE4 3/8 INTEREST 135.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 11.249 MRA Section: 34 Township: 6 Range: 58 ALL 3/8 INTEREST 240.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTERST = 20 MRA Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58 SW4NE4 3/16 INTEREST 7.50 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = .624 MRA AND NE4NW4SE4NW4-NE4SW4-N2SE4-SW4SE4W2SW4 3/8 INTEREST 120.03 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTEREST = 10.002 MRA TOTAL MRA 10.626 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 58 N2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN .083 INTER-

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

EST = 10 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERAL STOTAL MRA 313.357 Actual Value: $2,195 Year 2015 Tax $35.44 Interest $2.48 Penalty $0.00 Other $37.08 Total Due: $75.00

R114845 ROBERTS FORREST L & JANET L Parcel: 7416200318 Section: 16 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: FOXTAIL FARMS REZONE Tract: 2 PAR IN W2: 16 7 64 DESC B583 P076 AKA Actual Value: $649,285 5113 PRONGHORN AVE Year 2015 Tax $2,157.48 Interest $129.45 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,311.93

R102525 SHEA WILMA MARKWOOD MARKWOOD LYLE E MARKWOOD LOUIS A JR Parcel: 4071342380 Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 61 E2E2 1/2 INTEREST 80 NET ACRES 1/3 INTEREST OF ABOVE TO EACH PERSON MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $550 Year 2015 Tax $10.92 Interest $0.76 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $61.68

R110528 SORENSEN BRIAN Parcel: 9823200028 Section: 23 Township: 9 Range: 58 PARC W OF RR IN SEC 23 9 58 DESC B406 P848 & ALL 100’ RR ROW (4.68 A) DESC B475 P135 40.18 A. Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $37,753 26627 RESOLIS RD Year 2015 Tax $853.72 Interest $59.76 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $938.48

R117924 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 012 Actual Value: $46,468 820 DAKOTA AVE #12 Year 2015 Tax $352.48 Interest $24.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.15

R102852 POTTER ALICE M Parcel: 4082152630 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2W2 1/30 INTEREST 5.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R114554 POZO JAMES Parcel: 1701100030 Section: 1 Township: 11 Range: 57 A TRACT OF LANE IN THE N2 (B578 P586) TOTAL 59.930 M/L Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $94,688 50500 CO RD 74 Year 2015 Tax $660.80 Interest $46.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $732.06 R105752 PRARIO RICHARD B PRARIO TAMBETHA M Parcel: 7433201002 Section: 33 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: PINES, THE FIL 1 Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $305,153 5030 CEDAR WAY Year 2015 Tax $2,028.08 Interest $141.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,195.05 R106066 RAPP JOSEPH F FAMILY TRUST Parcel: 7503301006 Section: 3 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PARKER HYLANDS FIL 1 Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $325,832 41435 DUBLIN DR Year 2015 Tax $1,082.50 Interest $64.95 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,172.45 R113691 RAY BRADLEY S Parcel: 8233300122 Section: 33 Township: 8 Range: 62 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 62 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4: 4 9 62 & IN SW4: 33 8 62 Actual Value: $313,117 17112 ST HWY 86 Year 2015 Tax $3,091.68 Interest $216.42 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,333.10 R113692 RAY BRADLEY S Parcel: 9204200118 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 62 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4 DESC B564 P181 Actual Value: $1,526 Year 2015 Tax $25.72 Interest $1.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.48 Total Due: $75.00 R107373 REID DANIEL M & LINDSAY C Parcel: 8319100130 Section: 19 Township: 8 Range: 63 Subdivision: RURALA TRACT IN NE4 19 8 63 36 A DESC B418 Actual Value: $221,504 9660 CO RD 134 Year 2015 Tax $1,041.88 Interest $72.93 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,139.81 R105197 REZONANS LLC Parcel: 7131000043 Section: 31 Township: 7 Range: 61 ALL (678 ACRES) Section: 6 Township: 8 Range: 61 ALL (676 ACRES) Section: 5 Township: 8 Range: 61 ALL LESS PAR IN NE4NW4 & LESS S 5/8 OF SE4 (523 ACRES) Section: 32 Township: 7 Range: 61 S2SW4 LESS PAR IN SE4SW4 (62.46 ACRES) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $206,111 21002 CO RD 150 Year 2015 Tax $2,137.68 Interest $149.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,312.32 R107175 REZONANS LLC Parcel: 8107000026 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 61 ALL (674 A) Section: 8 Township: 8 Range: 61 ALL (640 ACRES) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $34,541 23600 CO RD 144 Year 2015 Tax $682.76 Interest $47.79 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $755.55 R107216 REZONANS LLC Parcel: 8212400058 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 62 SE4SE4 (40 ACRES) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,006 Year 2015 Tax $16.96 Interest $1.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.15 R120657 RICHARDSON TROY L & PAMELA J Parcel: 0330200228 Section: 30 Township: 10 Range: 63 E2W2 LESS N2N2E2W2 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $3,018 Year 2015 Tax $61.52 Interest $4.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $90.83 R100069 RIVERA DONALD A GULICK BRENDA A Parcel: 0026307002 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 8 Lot: 1 AND:- Lot: 2 Actual Value: $36,246 200 WASHINGTON AVE, 202 WASHINGTON AVE Year 2015 Tax $276.08 Interest $19.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $320.41 R100144 RIVERA DONALD A & GULICK BRENDA L Parcel: 0027406008 Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 7:N 100’ OF E2 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Actual Value: $6,838 330 BUFFALO ST Year 2015 Tax $142.83 Interest $10.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $177.83

R115358 ROBERTSON REX REYNAUD & VENNESSA CHRISTINE Parcel: 6401200222 Section: 1 Township: 6 Range: 64 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: FOXWOOD RANCHES REZONE Lot: 5 PAR IN 1 & 2: 6 64 DESC B596 P857 35.993 Actual Value: $305,181 7555 PATRICK TRL Year 2015 Tax $2,877.04 Interest $201.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,103.43 R117163 ROBERTSON WILLIAM L Parcel: 9904400108 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 59 PAR IN N2SE4 (60 ACRES) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $277,440 28900 CO RD 141 Year 2015 Tax $1,240.72 Interest $86.85 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,352.57 R110455 ROTMAN OMER SCOTT LIOR Parcel: 9535301009 Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 65 Subdivision: KELLY AIR PARK AMENDMENT IV Lot: 1 (TOTAL 6.440 A) Actual Value: $503,441 24102 DAVID C JOHNSON LOOP Year 2015 Tax $1,400.24 Interest $84.01 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,509.25 R108294 RUSSELL MICHELE L POULSEN KURT H Parcel: 8409408035 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: OVERLAND FIL 2 (PUD) Lot: 0064 Actual Value: $260,298 34553 E COLUMBINE TRL Year 2015 Tax $865.00 Interest $51.90 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $941.90 R118313 SABO JAMES L JR & RINA A Parcel: 6219100100 Section: 19 Township: 6 Range: 62 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN S2N2 & IN SE4: 19 6 62 DESC B689 P234 AKA PAR 3 Actual Value: $110,399 44813 COMANCHE CREEK RD Year 2015 Tax $608.04 Interest $42.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $675.60 R108780 SANDERSON ALLEN A Parcel: 8418212017 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH HOMESITES Lot: 0140 Actual Value: $43,091 848 S MOBILE ST Year 2015 Tax $130.04 Interest $7.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $162.84 R100255 SCHERER CARL P Parcel: 0035212001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 1 Block: 23 Lot: 15 AND:- Lot: 16 Actual Value: $126,057 401 DAKOTA AVE Year 2015 Tax $959.08 Interest $67.14 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,051.22 R102822 SCHMIDT HELEN Parcel: 4082062780 Section: 6 Township: 8 Range: 62 SW4 1/36 INTEREST 4.55 NET ACRES Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2-W2NE4 1/36 INTEREST 11.45 NET ACRES W2SE4-LESS 15 A. 1/36 INTEREST 1.81 NET ACRES Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 63 E2-E2W2 1/36 INTEREST 13.33 NET ACRES Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2NE4 LESS 38.67 A. E OF RD 1/36 INTEREST 1.15 NET ACRES Section: 1 Township: 8 Range: 63 SE4-E2SW4 1/36 INTEREST 6.64 NET ACRES Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 63 N2-E2SW4-W2SE4-SE4SE4 1/72 INTEREST 7.22 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $310 Year 2015 Tax $5.28 Interest $0.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.65 R101787 SCHULER STONE Parcel: 4003254526 Section: 25 Township: 10 Range: 63 SE4-NW4 25 10 63 320 ACRES 1/384 INTEREST .83 NET ACRES ALL 27 10 63 640 ACRES 1/384 INTEREST 1.67 NET ACRES E2-E2NW4-S2SW4 28 10 63 480 ACRES 1/384 INTEREST 1.25 NET ACRES S2NE4SE4-10 A. IN E2SE4SE4 32 10 63 30 ACRES 1/384 INTEREST .08 NET ACRES S2-N2NW4-SE4NW4NE4 33 10 63 600 ACRES 1/384 INTEREST 1.56 NET ACRES ALL SECS 26-34 10 63 1280 ACRES 1/384 INTEREST 3.33 NET ACRES ALL 35 10 63 640 ACRES 1/384 INTEREST (EX COAL IN SE4SW4- S2SE4-NE4SE4) 1.67 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $73 Year 2015 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50 R106445 SEITANIS KONSTADINOS Parcel: 7526302002 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 13 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $126,133 1295 MOUNTVIEW DR Year 2015 Tax $1,527.10 Interest $91.63 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,643.73 R107640 SHARKEY WILLIAM V Parcel: 8335301001 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 63 Subdivision: HAWKEYE RANCHES AMENDMENT 2 (LOTS 18 & 1 Lot: 0019 Actual Value: $323,593 30274 ARROYO DR Year 2015 Tax $1,506.08 Interest $105.43 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,636.51

R114832 SHEPHERD HELGA K Parcel: 4062114832 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 62 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS ALL: 10-06-62 (LESS NE4NW4 IN PRODUCTION) 3/220 INTEREST WHOLE SECTION ACREAGE: 640 LESS 40 ACRES IN PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 8.22 MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $70 Year 2015 Tax $1.16 Interest $0.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.24 R112817 SHERMAN MICHAEL J SHERMAN MARILYN D Parcel: 9017200068 Section: 17 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: RURALA NW4: 17 9 60 LESS 2 PAR 1.252 TO HWY Actual Value: $94,925 27758 CO RD 113 Year 2015 Tax $730.20 Interest $51.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $806.31 R103484 SHERRARD KEVIN SHERRARD KATHRINE Parcel: 6405300002 Section: 5 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: PLAT OF 5-6-64 Lot: 13 (TOTAL 35 A) Actual Value: $2,127 4750 PVT RD 192 Year 2015 Tax $51.36 Interest $3.60 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $79.96

R113034 SOTOMAYOR DANIEL J SOTOMAYOR NANCY A Parcel: 0035233002 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 3 Block: 002 Lot: 0000SIMLA ADDITION 3 W2 OF BLOCK 2 150’X99.57’X150.02’X97’ 14,744SF .34A Actual Value: $6,625 903 LIPTRAP ST Year 2015 Tax $210.78 Interest $14.75 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $250.53 R117520 SPRING VALLEY HOMES LLC Parcel: 7404201039 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: SPRING VALLEY RANCH PHASE 1 Block: C Lot: 10 Actual Value: $15,244 41930 MUIRFIELD LOOP Year 2015 Tax $634.24 Interest $44.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $703.64 R117532 SPRING VALLEY HOMES LLC Parcel: 7404201084 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: SPRING VALLEY RANCH PHASE 1 Block: C Lot: 22 Actual Value: $15,244 41975 MUIRFIELD LOOP Year 2015 Tax $634.24 Interest $44.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $703.64

R120124 SWEET REVENGE, LLC Parcel: 4740940030 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 64 37.5 % INTEREST IN SUNSET VALLEY ESTATES LOT 5 (35.114 ACRES TOTAL MRA 13.167) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $91 Year 2015 Tax $2.52 Interest $0.18 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $57.70 R106613 TAYLOR JEAN K Parcel: 7527302041 Section: 27 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 02 Lot: 0041 Actual Value: $207,079 311 PONDEROSA LN Year 2015 Tax $1,376.00 Interest $96.32 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,497.32 R115561 TERRY MYRNA J Parcel: 4001115561 Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 61 NW4: 11 10 61 160 A 1/96 INTEREST 1.666 MRA Section: 2 Township: 10 Range: 61 E2NE4; S2NW4; E2SW4: 2 10 61 240 A 1/768 INTEREST .3125 MRA SE4: 2 10 61 160 A 1/768 INTEREST .2083 A MINERAL RIGHT ACRES .5208 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $20 Year 2015 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81

R114661 SHULTZ BRANDON D Parcel: 6503302004 Section: 3 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: SKY RIM AMENDMENT 2 Lot: 0010 Actual Value: $623,053 256 NORTH PINES TRL Year 2015 Tax $6,588.12 Interest $461.17 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,074.29

R117652 STUKE HERMAN A Parcel: 8033400054 Section: 32 Township: 8 Range: 60 E2E2 LESS N2N2E2E2 & LESS N2S2N2E2E2 (100 ACRES) Section: 33 Township: 8 Range: 60 S2 (320 ACRES) Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 60 NE4, PAR IN W2 (349.986 ACRES) TOTAL ACRES 799.986 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $110,283 29647 CO RD 125 Year 2015 Tax $1,245.12 Interest $87.16 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,357.28

R117753 SMITH HENRY J Parcel: 0000000061 Section: 6 Township: 10 Range: 60 E2 Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Unit: 46551 - LEASE#AG46551 11/1/2011 - 11/1/2021 Actual Value: $1,070 Year 2015 Tax $24.00 Interest $1.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $49.32 Total Due: $75.00

R102854 SULLIVAN ROBERT S Parcel: 4082152930 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2W2 1/30 INTEREST 5.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2015 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64

R115713 THEODORAKIS JOHN Parcel: 8415401002 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUMMERS END MINOR DEVELOPMENT Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $98,622 33455 MEADOW HILL LN Year 2015 Tax $2,387.92 Interest $167.15 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,580.07

R119174 SMITH HENRY J Parcel: 0000000160 Section: 16 Township: 10 Range: 60 W2 Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Unit: AG45621 - LEASE# AG45621 TERM: 12-23-2006 12-23- 2016 LAND Actual Value: $1,157 Year 2015 Tax $26.52 Interest $1.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $46.62 Total Due: $75.00

R117913 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 001 Actual Value: $46,468 820 DAKOTA AVE #1 Year 2015 Tax $352.48 Interest $24.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.15

R118118 THOMAS WILLIAM M Parcel: 9018400126 Section: 18 Township: 09 Range: 60 :PAR IN S2S2SE4 Subdivision: RURALA: AKA KB AI REZONE (TOTAL 35.010 A) Actual Value: $881 27925 BAMBI AVE Year 2015 Tax $20.12 Interest $1.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $71.53

R117755 SMITH HENRY J Parcel: 0000088043 Section: 4 Township: 8 Range: 58 S2 Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Unit: 46603 - LEASE# AG46603 TERM: 02/27/2012-02/27/2022 Actual Value: $740 Year 2015 Tax $11.64 Interest $0.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $62.45

R117914 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 002 Actual Value: $46,468 820 DAKOTA AVE #2 Year 2015 Tax $352.48 Interest $24.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.15

R106355 THOMSEN MARK Parcel: 7526201018 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 07 Lot: 0034 Actual Value: $217,000 37580 BLUEBIRD LN Year 2015 Tax $720.98 Interest $43.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $789.24

R119171 SMITH HENRY J Parcel: 0000091263 Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 61 NWSW; S2SW; SE Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 61 NWNW; S2NW; SW; SWSE Section: 4 Township: 10 Range: 61 S2 Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Unit: AG45473 - LEASE# AG45473 TERM: 07-07-2006 07-07-2016 LAND Actual Value: $3,135 Year 2015 Tax $53.20 Interest $3.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $81.92 R104956 SMITH LARRY BLOSS DANA C Parcel: 7108304001 Section: 8 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 010 Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $79,925 22330 AMETHYST RD Year 2015 Tax $1,525.72 Interest $106.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,657.52 R120080 SNOVER JOHN A Parcel: 0000351357 Section: 35 Township: 13 Range: 57 S2N2;N2S2 Section: 36 Township: 13 Range: 57 ALL: UNIT: AG46044 - LEASE #AG46044 TERM: 4/16/2009 - 4/16/2119 STATE LAND PARCEL 3736000028 Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Actual Value: $3,114 Year 2015 Tax $69.68 Interest $4.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $99.56 R104920 SNYDER JEFFERY D & CONNIE S Parcel: 7107100002 Section: 7 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL VALLEY UNIT 1 Lot: 0017 Actual Value: $17,907 21500 WAY OF JOY Year 2015 Tax $341.60 Interest $23.91 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $390.51 R104202 SODERBERG MARIE K ZIDONIS NANCY A Parcel: 6431200024 Section: 31 Township: 6 Range: 64 PAR IN NW4 33.23 A. Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $836 Year 2015 Tax $19.12 Interest $1.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $70.46

R115662 THE CARRIAGE SHOPS LLC Parcel: 8418110006 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH AMENDED Block: 003 Lot: 0005 LOT 5 BLK 3 ELIZABETH AMEND 3300 SQ FT RR R OF W ALONG E SIDE BLK 3 ELIZABETH AMEND TO SE COR LOT 1 BLK 13 PHILLIPS ADDN DESC B314 P674 .68 A OR 29621 SQ FT Actual Value: $159,667 Year 2015 Tax $2,387.06 Interest $143.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,555.28

R117917 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 005 Actual Value: $46,468 820 DAKOTA AVE #5 Year 2015 Tax $352.48 Interest $24.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.15

R107093 TIRADO CRUZ MANUEL BAUTISTA GUADALUPE Parcel: 7912106010 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 S 21’ OF LOT 5 BLK 1 ALL LOT 6 - N 1/2 OF LOT 7 BLK 1 Subdivision: AGATE ORIGINAL Actual Value: $3,931 40972 FIRST AVE Year 2015 Tax $63.16 Interest $4.42 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $92.58

R117919 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 007 Actual Value: $46,468 820 DAKOTA AVE #7 Year 2015 Tax $352.48 Interest $24.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.15

R107096 TIRADO CRUZ MANUEL BAUTISTA GUADALUPE Parcel: 7912106013 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 S 1/2 LOT 7 BLK 1 ALL LOTS 8 & 9 BLK 1 Subdivision: AGATE ORIGINAL Actual Value: $4,378 40954 FIRST AVE Year 2015 Tax $70.36 Interest $4.93 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $100.29

R117920 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 008 Actual Value: $42,276 820 DAKOTA AVE #8 Year 2015 Tax $320.96 Interest $22.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $368.43

R120138 TRIPP & ASSOCIATES LLC Parcel: 4831210023 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 63 YELLOW PINES TRACT 8 (68.831 ACRES) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $475 Year 2015 Tax $8.20 Interest $0.57 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $63.77

R117921 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 009 Actual Value: $46,468 820 DAKOTA AVE #9 Year 2015 Tax $352.48 Interest $24.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.15 R117922 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 010 Actual Value: $46,468 820 DAKOTA AVE #10 Year 2015 Tax $352.48 Interest $24.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $402.15 R117923 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 011 Actual Value: $42,276 820 DAKOTA AVE #11 Year 2015 Tax $320.96 Interest $22.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $368.43

R113912 URIE GUY W URIE LINDA J URIE KAYLE Parcel: 1906200108 Section: 6 Township: 11 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA LOT 4 (NW4NW4) 40.18 A: LOT 5 Actual Value: $9,833 Year 2015 Tax $222.20 Interest $15.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $262.75 R114773 URIE GUY W URIE LINDA J URIE KAYLE Parcel: 1907100111 Section: 7 Township: 11 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA NE4; PAR IN NW4; PAR IN SE4: 7 11 59 300.993 ACRES Actual Value: $9,938 Year 2015 Tax $224.52 Interest $15.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $265.24 R118108 VINNOLA ALBERTO LORENZO Parcel: 7325300262 Section: 25 Township: 07 Range: 63 Subdivision: SKY VIEW RANCH Lot: 7A LOTLINE ADJUSTMENT DESC IN B755 P381 Actual Value: $24,060 37219 SKY VIEW CIR Year 2015 Tax $408.08 Interest $28.57 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $461.65

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October 20, 2016 Notice To Creditors PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Truman B. Brashear, aka Truman Bruce Brashear, and Truman Brashear, Deceased Case Number: 2016 PR 30051

All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of Elbert County, Colorado on or before February 6, 2017 or the claims may be forever barred. Nelda E. Limeres Personal Representative 311 Logan Street Elizabeth, Colorado 80107 Legal Notice No: 23478 First Publication: October 6, 2016 Last Publication: October 20, 2016 Publisher: Elbert County News PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Linda Kay Evans, Deceased Case Number: 2016 PR 13 All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of Elbert County, Colorado on or before February 13, 2017 or the claims may be forever barred. Linda Kay Evans Jr. Personal Representative P.O. Box 42 Simla, Colorado 80835 Legal Notice No: 23479 First Publication: October 6, 2016 Last Publication: October 20, 2016 Publisher: Elbert County News

Misc. Private Legals PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED TSC# 2013-01717 To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the Same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It may Concern, and more especially to: WYNN-CROSBY 1998 LTD You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 19th day of November A.D. 2013 the then County Treasurer of the County of Elbert, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to JOLLY OIL AND GAS COMPANY the following described real estate situate in the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, to wit: Assessed Value: 10

Legal Description: Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SW4NE4 2 7 58 40 ACRES 1/12 INTEREST 3.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS

Continued fromsaid Page : Page Assessed To: That real 4estate was5 taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of WYNN-CROSBY 1998 LTD for said year 2012. ACCOUNT

NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for CARE OF said real estate to the said ElbertZIP County ADDRESS CITY STATE at TAX 3:00 o’clock on the 25th day of INT P.M., ADV TOTAL

January, A.D. 2017, unless the same has been redeemed. R114122 WADE MICHAEL R & DAWN E Parcel: 7416100282 Said property may be redeemed from said Section: 16time Township: Range: 64 execusale at any prior to7 the actual Subdivision: FOXTAIL FARMS REZONE tion of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my Block:this 006 Lot:day 0000 PAR IN N2: 2016 16 7 64 hand 29th of September, A. 35.01 ACRES DESC B573 P921 AKA D. TRACT 6 FOXTAIL FARMS Actual Value: Richard Pettitt$881 5897 PRONGHORN County Treasurer of AVE Elbert County Year 2015 Tax $21.72 Interest $1.52 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Legal Notice No.: 23482 TotalPublication: Due: $73.24October 13, 2016 First Last Publication: October 27, 2016 R110461 WALKER R News Publisher: The ElbertJON County Parcel: 9535301015 Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 65 Subdivision: KELLY AIR PARK AMENDMENT IV Lot: 7 (TOTAL 5.050 A) Actual Value: $100,000 24494 DAVID C JOHNSON LOOP Year 2015 Tax $2,026.80 Interest $141.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,193.68 R117903 WALLACE LLOYD D WALLACE CONNIE L Parcel: 9908200114 Section: 8 Township: 9 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALAW2 LESS 60 ACRES LESS 3.09 A ROAD Actual Value: $13,205 Year 2015 Tax $212.12 Interest $14.85 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $251.97

County of Elbert, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to JOLLY OIL AND GAS COMPANY the following described real estate situate in the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, to wit: Assessed Value: 10

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Legal Description: Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SW4NE4 2 7 58 40 ACRES 1/12 INTEREST 3.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Assessed To: That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of WYNN-CROSBY 1998 LTD for said year 2012. That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said Elbert County at 3:00 o’clock P.M., on the 25th day of January, A.D. 2017, unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my hand this 29th day of September, 2016 A. D. Richard Pettitt County Treasurer of Elbert County Legal Notice No.: 23482 First Publication: October 13, 2016 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED TSC# 2013-01761 To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the Same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It may Concern, and more especially to: JOHN LARSON AND DONALD HODGES, CO- TRUSTEE’S OF ANDERSON CHILDREN’S TRUST You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 18th day of November A.D. 2013 the then County Treasurer of the County of Elbert, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to BOULDERS ROYALTY CORP the following described real estate situate in the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, to wit: Assessed Value: 110 Legal Description: Section: 11 Township: 13 Range: 58Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS NW4: 18 13 57 172.70 A .01176 INTEREST 2.0309 NET A ALL: 11 13 58 640.00 A .023 INTEREST 15.04 NET A S2:12 13 58 320.00 A .0235 INTEREST 7.52 NET A W2: 13 13 58 320.00 A .0235 INTEREST 7.52 NET A SW4: 7 13 57 165.00 A .0235 INTEREST 3.878 NET A NE4: 23 13 58 160.00 A. 0235 INTEREST 3.76 NET A N2: 14 13 58 320.00 A .0235 INTEREST 7.52 NET A W2SE4: 18 13 57 80.00 A .0235 INTEREST 1.88 NET A SW4: N OF RD 18 13 57 143.00 A .0235 INTEREST 3.361 NET A MINERAL RIGHTS TOTAL 52.51 MRA Assessed To: That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of JOHN LARSON AND DONALD HODGES, CO-TRUSTEE’S OF ANDERSON CHILDREN’S TRUST for said year 2012. That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said Elbert County at 3:00 o’clock P.M., on the 25th day of January, A.D. 2017, unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execuACCOUNT tion of said Deed. Witness my NAME TOTreasurer’s WHOM ASSESSED hand thisOF 29th day of September, 2016 A. CARE D. ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP

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Richard Pettitt County Treasurer of Elbert County R120302 WALLS GERALD W & LINDSY Parcel: 9204300213 Legal Notice No.: 23483 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 62 SW4 First Publication: October 13, 2016 Section: 5 Township: 9 Range: 62 SE4 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 EAST OF The CO RD Section: 8 Township: 9 Publisher: Elbert County News Range: 62 NE4 EAST OF CO RD Section: 9 Township: 9 Range: 62 NW4 Actual Value: $14,029 Year 2015 Tax $237.96 Interest $16.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $279.62 R107363 WEHRLI SCOTT E Parcel: 8318300040 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 63 PARC IN SE4SW4 SEC 18 & NE4NW4 SEC Actual Value: $331,579 9491 CO RD 134 Year 2015 Tax $771.46 Interest $46.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $842.75 R103190 WELLS JOHN E TRUSTEE WELLS DOROTHY TRUSTEE WELLS FAMILY TRUST Parcel: 4099249941 Section: 24 Township: 9 Range: 59 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS ALL: 24 9 59 640 A UNDIVIDED 1/4 INTEREST 160 MRA MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $1,100 Year 2015 Tax $17.88 Interest $1.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $69.13

3.361 NET A MINERAL RIGHTS TOTAL 52.51 MRA

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Assessed To: That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of JOHN LARSON AND DONALD HODGES, CO-TRUSTEE’S OF ANDERSON CHILDREN’S TRUST for said year 2012.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 2017 OF CLEARWATER METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

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That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said Elbert County at 3:00 o’clock P.M., on the 25th day of January, A.D. 2017, unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my hand this 29th day of September, 2016 A. D. Richard Pettitt County Treasurer of Elbert County Legal Notice No.: 23483 First Publication: October 13, 2016 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED TSC# 2013-01758 To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the Same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It may Concern, and more especially to: MARVIN R OAKS AND MARION L OAKS You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 18th day of November A.D. 2013 the then County Treasurer of the County of Elbert, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to BOULDERS ROYALTY CORP the following described real estate situate in the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, to wit: Assessed Value: 210 Legal Description: Section: 19 Township: 10 Range: 64 ALL 19 10 64 640 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 80 NET ACRES SW4 20 10 64 137 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 17.13 NET ACRE S N2NW4 30 10 64 80 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS JOINT TENANTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Assessed To: That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of MARVIN R OAKS AND MARION L OAKS for said year 2012. That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said Elbert County at 3:00 o’clock P.M., on the 25th day of January, A.D. 2017, unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my hand this 29th day of September, 2016 A. D.

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Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE

DISTRICT COURT, WATER DIVISION 1, COLORADO SEPTEMBER 2016 WATER RESUME PUBLICATION TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN WATER APPLICATIONS IN WATER DIV. 1 Pursuant to C.R.S. 37-92-302, you are notified that the following is a resume of all water right applications and certain amendments filed in the Office of the Water Clerk during the month of SEPTEMBER 2016 for each County affected. 16CW38 DONALD R. AND EVETTE M. BLEA, 37277 Polo Run Drive, Elizabeth, CO 80107. 720-641-6967 or 720-2179538. APPLICATION FOR UNDERGROUND WATER RIGHTS IN THE DENVER BASIN AQUIFERS IN ELBERT COUNTY. Applicant seeks to adjudicate the well, permit 152477, and to adjudicate the non tributary and not nontributary Denver Basin groundwater underlying a 2.66 acre tract of land lying in the NE1/4, SW1/4, S30, T7S, R64W of the 6th PM, including the Dawson, Denver, Arapahoe and Laramie-Fox Hills aquifers. THE WATER RIGHTS CLAIMED BY THESE APPLICATIONS MAY AFFECT IN PRIORITY ANY WATER RIGHTS CLAIMED OR HERETOFORE ADJUDICATED WITHIN THIS DIVISION AND OWNERS OF AFFECTED RIGHTS MUST APPEAR TO OBJECT WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY STATUTE OR BE FOREVER BARRED. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that any party who wishes to oppose an application, or an amended application, may file with the Water Clerk, P. O. Box 2038, Greeley, CO 80632, a verified Statement of Opposition, setting forth facts as to why the application should not be granted, or why it should be granted only in part or on certain conditions. Such Statement of Opposition must be filed by the last day of NOVEMBER 2016 (forms available on www.courts.state.co.us or in the Clerk’s office), and must be filed as an Original and include $158.00 filing fee. A copy of each Statement of Opposition must also be served upon the Applicant or Applicant’s Attorney and an affidavit or certificate of such service of mailing shall be filed with the Water Clerk. Legal Notice No.: 23497 First Publication: October 20, 2016 Last Publication: October 20, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News

Notice of Sale

Richard Pettitt County Treasurer of Elbert County

Contents unknown belonging to Kim Valarinos whose last address is 99 Curtis Pl Castle Rock Co and stored in unit #44 Elizabeth Storage LLC 5229 Hwy 86 Elizabeth Co 80107 will be sold at auction or otherwise disposed of at this location after 11/01/2016.

Legal Notice No.: 23484 First Publication: October 13, 2016 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News

Legal Notice No.: 23500 First Publication: October 20, 2016 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News

PUBLIC NOTICES ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL

R104647 WHITWORTH SCOTT WHITWORTH KIRSTEN Parcel: 6535301029 Section: 35 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: PARKER HYLANDS FIL 2 Lot: 0095 Actual Value: $348,371 1346 STOCKHOLM WAY Year 2015 Tax $110.37 Interest $2.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $137.58

R114835 WILIAMS ESTATE N D Parcel: 4062114835 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 62 ALL: 10-06-62 (LESS NE4NW4 IN PRODUCTION) 1/44 INTEREST WHOLE SECTION ACREAGE: 640 LESS 40 ACRES IN PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 13.68 MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS ALL: 10-06-62 (LESS NE4NW4 IN PRODUCTION) 1/44 INTEREST WHOLE SECTION ACREAGE: 640 LESS 40 ACRES IN PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 13.68 MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $100 Year 2015 Tax $1.76 Interest $0.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.88

R100102 WHITWORTH WANDA L TEALE JOHN E & LAURA ULLOM Parcel: 0026310003 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.172 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 12 Lot: 3 AND:- Lot: 4 Actual Value: $5,940 212 PUEBLO AVE Year 2015 Tax $44.88 Interest $3.14 Penalty $0.00 Other $26.98 Total Due: $75.00 R119170 WIDHALM PERRY Parcel: 0000009362 Section: 36 Township: 10 Range: 59 W2 Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Unit: AG45470 - LEASE# AG45470 TERM: 08-01-2006 -08-01-2016 Actual Value: $1,009 Year 2015 Tax $22.60 Interest $1.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $74.18

R115168 WILLARD N MARGARET Parcel: 8513404005 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: GOLD CREEK MEADOWS FIL 6 (PUD) Lot: 0005 Actual Value: $41,195 2876 SLY FOX CIR Year 2015 Tax $997.76 Interest $69.84 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,092.60 R101833 WILLS VICTOR W WILLS BARBARA A Parcel: 4004338230 Section: 33 Township: 10 Range: 64 S2 320 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 40 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $280 Year 2015 Tax $5.60 Interest $0.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.99

Notice to all interested parties, groups, persons, and agencies that on October 27, 2016, the Elbert County Board of County Commissioners will make final payment to Foothills Paving and Maintenance, Inc. for the chipseal roadway improvement on CR 21 and CR 186. The Elbert County Board of County Commissioners will accept objections to such release of funds. Objections must be submitted in writing on or before October 26, 2016, and shall be submitted to Elbert County Public Works Department, P.O. Box 116, Kiowa, Colorado, 80117. No objection received after October 26, 2016, will be considered by the Elbert County Board of County Commissioners.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Directors of the Clearwater Metropolitan District, of the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, for the ensuing year 2017; that a copy of such proposed budget has been filed in the office of the District Management located at, Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh Jardine P.C., 40 Inverness Drive East, Englewood, Colorado 80112, (303) 792-5595, where the same is open for public inspection; and that such proposed budget will be considered at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the District to be held on November 10, 2016, at 4:00 p.m., at Blackstone Country Club, 7777 S. Country Club Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80016. Any interested elector of the Clearwater Metropolitan District may inspect the budget, and file or register any objection thereto prior to the adoption of the 2017 Budget.

ELBERT COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Ed Ehmann, County Manager

This Meeting is open to the public and any member of the public may address the board.

Legal Notice No.: 23493 First Publication: October 13, 2016 Last Publication: October 20, 2016 Publisher: Douglas County News-Press The Elbert County News

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS CLEARWATER METROPOLITAN DISTRICT /s/ BURG SIMPSON ELDREDGE HERSH JARDINE, P.C.

RELEASE OF FINAL PAYMENT

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 2017 OF THE NORTH PINES METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Directors of the North Pines Metropolitan District, of the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, for the ensuing year 2017; that a copy of such proposed budget has been filed in the office of the District Management located at, Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh Jardine P.C., 40 Inverness Drive East, Englewood, Colorado 80112, (303) 792-5595, where the same is open for public inspection; and that such proposed budget will be considered at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the District to be held on November 10, 2016, at 5:00 p.m., at Blackstone Country Club, 7777 S. Country Club Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80016. Any interested elector of the North Pines Metropolitan District may inspect the budget, and file or register any objection thereto prior to the adoption of the 2017 Budget. This Meeting is open to the public and any member of the public may address the board. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THE NORTH PINES METROPOLITAN DISTRICT /s/ BURG SIMPSON ELDREDGE HERSH JARDINE, P.C.

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Legal Notice No.: 23498 First Publication: October 20, 2016 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 2017 OF CLEARWATER METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Directors of the Clearwater Metropolitan District, of the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, for the ensuing year 2017; that a copy of such proposed budget has been filed in the office of the District Management located at, Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh Jardine P.C., 40 Inverness Drive East, Englewood, ColorACCOUNT ado 80112, 792-5595, where the NAME TO (303) WHOM ASSESSED same is open CARE OF for public inspection; and that such proposed be conADDRESS CITY budget STATEwillZIP sidered a regular meeting of the Board TAX atINT ADV TOTAL of Directors of the District to be held on November 10, 2016, at 4:00 p.m., at R103101 WILLS VICTOR Blackstone Country Club, W 7777 S. CounParcel: try Club 4093328110 Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80016. Any inSection: elector 32 Township: Range: 63 Metroterested of the 9Clearwater S2S2-NE4SW4-N2SE4-SW4NE4 politan District may inspect the budget, 1/4 INTEREST 80.00 ACRESthereto and file or register anyNET objection Section: 33 adoption Township:of9 the Range: prior to the 201763Budget. SW4SW4 1/4 INTEREST 10.00 NET ACRES 5 Township: This Meeting is openSection: to the public and any 10 Range: ALL 1/4 may INTEREST member of 63 the public address the 160.00 NET ACRES Section: 4 Township: board. 10 Range: 63 NW4NW4 1/2 INTEREST 20.00 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS BY ORDER OF Subdivision: MINERALS THE BOARDSEVERED OF DIRECTORS CLEARWATER Actual Value: $1,860 METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Year 2015 Tax $37.76 Interest $2.64 /s/ BURG$0.00 SIMPSON Penalty Other $34.60 ELDREDGE HERSH JARDINE, P.C. Total Due: $75.00 Legal Notice No.: ROBERT 23499 R108127 WOLF L JR First Publication: October 20, 2016 Parcel: 8409201013 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 Publisher: ThePINE Elbert County Subdivision: RIDGE FILNews 2 Block: 007 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $105,000 5149 PINE RIDGE DR Year 2015 Tax $698.00 Interest $48.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $771.86

Legal Notice No.: 23499 First Publication: October 20, 2016 Last Publication: October 27, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News PUBLIC NOTICE Proposed 2017 Budget

Notice is hereby given pursuant to C.R.S. 29-1-106 that on October 12, 2016 the proposed budget for the County of Elbert, Colorado, was submitted to its Board of County Commissioners for the ensuing year of 2017, and that a copy of such proposed budget is available for inspection by the public in the office of the Elbert County Finance Department, Elbert County Administrative Offices, 215 Comanche St., 2nd floor, Kiowa, CO 80117 or online at www.elbertcountyco.gov. A public hearing regarding the proposed budget will be held on November 16, 2016 at 9:00am in the Agriculture Building at the Elbert County Fairgrounds, located at 95 Ute Avenue, Kiowa, CO 80117. A public hearing regarding the adoption of the proposed budget will be held on December 21, 2016 at 9:00am in the BOCC meeting room on the 2nd floor of the Elbert County Administrative Offices, 221 Comanche St., Kiowa, CO 80117. Following the scheduled public hearing, the Board of County Commissioners will consider a resolution calling for the adoption of the 2017 Elbert County Budget at the December 21, 2016 meeting. Any interested elector of the local government may file any objections to the proposed budget at any time prior to the adoption of the budget by the Board of County Commissioners. Legal Notice No.: 23501 First Publication: October 20, 2016 Last Publication: October 20, 2016 Publisher: The Elbert County News

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R103024 WOODARD HAROLD J Parcel: 4091213210 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 61 E2NE4-NE4SE4 1/50 INTEREST 2.4 NET ACRES Section: 22 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL 1/50 INTEREST 12.8 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $100 Year 2015 Tax $1.76 Interest $0.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.88 R120125 WRIGHT COLLEEN ANN Parcel: 4740640103 Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 64 DEER CREEK FARM FILING NO 1 LOT 20 TOTAL MRA 1.562 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $11 Year 2015 Tax $0.92 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.98

R103007 WOODARD HAROLD Parcel: 4091146911 Section: 14 Township: 9 Range: 61 ALL 1/40 INTEREST 16 NET ACRES Section: 24 Township: 9 Range: 61 E2SW4-N2SE4 1/20 INTEREST 8 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $170 Year 2015 Tax $3.88 Interest $0.27 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.15

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October 20, 2016

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