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Elbert County Public Notices L1

October 17, 2013

ELBERT COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE 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, on the 19th day of November, 2013, ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R108673 165 MAIN STREET LLC PO BOX 1241 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1241 Parcel: 8418201002 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH HALLS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0029 THRU:- Lot: 0032 Actual Value: $194,489 148 W KIOWA AVE Year 2012 Tax $5,939.24 Interest $415.75 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,379.99 R117790 303INVESTMENTS LLC 2675 S ABILENE ST., STE #200 AURORA, CO 80014-2363 Parcel: 8514301014 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: WILD POINTE Lot: 0021 Actual Value: $19,992 33290 WYNDHAM CIR Year 2012 Tax $822.32 Interest $57.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $904.88 R117848 303INVESTMENTS LLC 2675 S ABILENE ST., STE #200 AURORA, CO 80014-2363 Parcel: 8514301081 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: WILD POINTE Lot: 0079 Actual Value: $19,992 33090 VISTA VIEW CIR Year 2012 Tax $822.32 Interest $57.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $904.88 R117772 303INVESTMENTS LLC 2675 S ABILENE ST., STE #200 AURORA, CO 80014-2363 Parcel: 8515401028 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: WILD POINTE Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $19,992 599 LEGACY TRL Year 2012 Tax $822.32 Interest $57.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $904.88 R117989 303INVESTMENTS LLC 2675 S ABILENE ST., STE #200 AURORA, CO 80014-2363 Parcel: 8522101199 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: WILD POINTE Lot: 0089 Actual Value: $19,992 828 LEGACY TRL Year 2012 Tax $822.32 Interest $57.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $904.88 R114609 303 INVESTMENTS LLC 7353 S ALTON WAY #210 CENTENNIAL, CO 80112 Parcel: 6510101002 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: SKY RIM AMENDMENT 2 Lot: 0063 Actual Value: $171,000 46988 SILVER FIR ST Year 2012 Tax $6,901.64 Interest $483.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,409.75 R116859 AARON ROBERT & TRISHA 29250 E US HIGHWAY 24 CALHAN, CO 80808-9401 Parcel: 7901413001 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: HEALDS ADDITION AMENDMENT NO.2 Lot: 0007 Actual Value: $7,500 38438 LAKE ST Year 2012 Tax $33.24 Interest $2.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $39.43 Total Due: $75.00 R115021 ALCANTARA ARCHIMEDES O 6033 MERCHANT PLACE PARKER, CO 80134-5198 Parcel: 8428100445 Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: MCCART RANCH LAND SURVEY Block: 008 A TRACT IN NE 4: 28-08-64 AKA “PARCEL Actual Value: $1,329 31900 JENNY’S CIR Year 2012 Tax $32.88 Interest $2.30 Penalty $0.00 Other $39.82 Total Due: $75.00 R103011 ALDER SHERYL A 6501 W OHIO LAKEWOOD, CO 80226 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 2012 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R115250 ALLEN JOHN & SUSAN LLOYD 7600 PATRICK TRAIL ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 6401300211 Section: 1 Township: 6 Range: 64Subdivision: FOXWOOD ESTATES REZONE Lot: 0004 PAR IN SW4: 1 6 64 DESC B575 P350 35.57 Actual Value: $167,179 7600 PATRICK TRL Year 2012 Tax $5,351.24 Interest $374.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,750.83 R101181 ALLISON ROY THOMAS JR & JENNIFER PO BOX 936 LINN CREEK, MO 65052-0936 Parcel: 0922106006 Section: 22 Township: 10 Range: 59 (TOTAL 0.209 A) Subdivision: MATHESON ADDITION NO.2 Block: 2 Lot: 13 THRU:- Lot: 16:S 91’ , :S 91’, :S 91’, :S 91’ Actual Value: $1,520 20939 MAIN ST Year 2012 Tax $9.72 Interest $0.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $65.40

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

commencing at 9:00 a.m. of the said day the described real estate, situated in the said County on which taxes for the 2012 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: 927786 * First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 31, 2013 * Publisher: The Elbert County News

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 R103391 CUNNINGHAM MARTIN L CUNNINGHAM DEBRA K 45795 SUN COUNTRY DR ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 6317200063 Section: 17 Township: 6 Range: 63Subdivision: CONESTOGA RANCHES Lot: 0007 Actual Value: $95,461 45795 SUN COUNTRY DR Year 2012 Tax $629.36 Interest $44.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $698.42

R110034 ANN KILPATRICK 880 OLD DACUSVILLE RD EASLEY, SC 29640-7959 Parcel: 9320300123 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 63 NW4SW4 (40 ACRES)Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $225,291 26416 CO RD 41 Year 2012 Tax $1,212.40 Interest $84.87 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,322.27

R119959 BIG SANDY OUTFITTING LLP 410 ALL SKY DR COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80921 Parcel: 000008631 Section: 36 Township: 8 Range: 58 S2S2 - 160A Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST - REC LEASE# 70321; EXPIRES 5-1-2014 Actual Value: $1,085 Year 2012 Tax $17.28 Interest $1.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.49

R118651 CHAMBERS BARTLETT ALLEN 36510 E RAMAH RD RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 9901300124 Section: 1 Township: 9 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA SW4: 1 9 59 LESS 2.631 A PAR DESC B260 Actual Value: $3,398 38485 ST HWY 86 Year 2012 Tax $55.20 Interest $3.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $84.06

R118857 ASPEN GOLD KITCHEN DESIGN INC PO BOX 234 LARKSPUR, CO 80118 Parcel: 7428403077 Section: 28 Township: 7 Range: 64Subdivision: BRITANIE RIDGE ESTATES Lot: 18 Actual Value: $428,104 37485 WILD HORSE TRL Year 2012 Tax $3,213.96 Interest $224.98 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,463.94

R101762 BIJOU BASIN INVESTMENT LTD % BOB MOTLONG 10676 W DEVILS HEAD LITTLETON, CO 80127-3842 Parcel: 4003127426 Section: 12 Township: 10 Range: 63 W2SE4, SE4SW4 (120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60 MRA) Section: 13 Township: 10 Range: 63 N2NW4, SW4NW4 (120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60 MRA) Section: 14 Township: 10 Range: 63 S2N2, SE4, W2SW4, NE4SW4 (440 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 220 MRA) TOTAL MRA 340Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $2,340 Year 2012 Tax $46.00 Interest $3.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.78 Total Due: $75.00

R101824 CHASE ALDEN B 23212 THOMPSON DR GRAND TERRACE, CA 92313 Parcel: 4004247490 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 64 SW4SE4N2SE4-SE4NE4 160 ACRES 1/6 INTEREST 26.67 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $170 Year 2012 Tax $3.40 Interest $0.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.64

R119514 BAILEY CHERYL LYNN 350 WEBSTER AVE BURLINGTON, CO 80807-2083 Parcel: 0709100172 Section: 9 Township: 10 Range: 57 N2N2NE4 UNDIVIDED 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL 40 Actual Value: $2,595 Year 2012 Tax $45.96 Interest $3.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.82 Total Due: $75.00 R105952 BALL ALVIN L 1395 LAKEWOOD DRIVE PULASKI, VA 24301 Parcel: 7502201018 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 65Subdivision: PARKER HYLANDS FIL 3 Lot: 0116 Actual Value: $105,500 1378 LISBON DR Year 2012 Tax $2,579.76 Interest $180.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,785.34 R118649 BARKER WADE BARKER CHASITY PO BOX 3791 PARKER, CO 80134 Parcel: 6330200213 Section: 30 Township: 6 Range: 63Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4: 30 6 63, 60.0 A. Actual Value: $3,892 Year 2012 Tax $87.68 Interest $6.14 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $118.82 R101838 BEARDSLEY KIRK B 01518 MESA AVE COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80906 Parcel: 4005347390 Section: 34 Township: 10 Range: 65 SW4 160 ACRES 6/28 INTEREST 34.29 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $240 Year 2012 Tax $4.72 Interest $0.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.05 R109806 BEAVER JAMES GALASSO CYNTHIA 27130 CO RD 73 CALHAN, CO 80808 Parcel: 9222200010 Section: 22 Township: 9 Range: 62 N2NW4, SE4NW4, NW4NE4Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $300,341 27130 CO RD 73 Year 2012 Tax $1,523.64 Interest $106.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,655.29 R105220 BENJAMIN ROBIN LEIGH 19973 E DARTMOUTH AVE AURORA, CO 80013 Parcel: 7201000014 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 62Subdivision: CHAPARRAL VALLEY UNIT 2 Lot: 0036 Actual Value: $17,500 20811 WAY OF PEACE Year 2012 Tax $637.51 Interest $360.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Year 2013 Tax $326.73 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2014 Tax $349.60 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2015 Tax $374.07 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2016 Tax $400.25 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2017 Tax $428.27 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2018 Tax $458.25 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2019 Tax $490.33 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2020 Tax $524.65 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2021 Tax $561.46 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Total Due: $4,936.74 R105222 BENJAMIN ROBIN LEIGH 19973 E DARTMOUTH AVE AURORA, CO 80013 Parcel: 7201000016 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 62Subdivision: CHAPARRAL VALLEY UNIT 2 Lot: 0038 Actual Value: $17,500 41466 WAY OF GOODNESS Year 2012 Tax $637.51 Interest $360.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Year 2013 Tax $326.73 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2014 Tax $349.60 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2015 Tax $374.07 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2016 Tax $400.25 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2017 Tax $428.27 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2018 Tax $458.25 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2019 Tax $490.33 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2020 Tax $524.65 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Year 2021 Tax $561.46 Interest $0.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $0.00 Total Due: $4,936.74

R119457 BIJOU CREEK DEVELOPERS LLC 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 7918100143 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 59 PAR IN E2 LESS 27A DESC B699 P95Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $6,304 Year 2012 Tax $59.83 Interest $1.20 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $86.03 R119958 BK2 LLC PO BOX 3229 PARKER, CO 80134 Parcel: 8514200185 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 65 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: RURALA W2NW4 LESS 1.26 A DESC B348 P782, LESS 7.113 A DESC B458 P364, NW4SW4 LESS 1.038 A DESC B348 P782, LESS 5 A IN NW4NE4 DESC B686 P116: 14 8 65 (105.589 A), PAR IN E2:15 8 65 LESS W 70’ N2SE4 & W 70’ NE4: 15 8 65 DESC B655 P615 6.43 A (200.721 A) TOTAL ACRES 306.310 Actual Value: $290,229 988 ST HWY 86,1090 ST HWY 86 Year 2012 Tax $2,103.44 Interest $147.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,275.68 R105730 BLACK BRADFORD H 03383 CO RD 146 ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 7431300182 Section: 31 Township: 7 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALO PARCEL IN SEC 31 7 64 DESC B421 P277 Actual Value: $218,855 3383 CO RD 146 Year 2012 Tax $1,468.60 Interest $102.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,596.40 R120357 BLEGEN DAVID L BLEGEN NANCY N 38999 CO RD 29 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-8707 Parcel: 7422100409 Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 64 PARC IN NE4 DESC IN B740 P895Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $42 Year 2012 Tax $0.80 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.86 R108132 BRADLEY DONALD G & PATRICIA S PO BOX 1290 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1290 Parcel: 8409201018 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: PINE RIDGE FIL 2 Block: 7 Lot: 8 Actual Value: $104,000 5379 PINE RIDGE DR Year 2012 Tax $698.04 Interest $48.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $771.90 R114166 BUDD MELISSA A/K/A JORGENSEN MELISSA 1216 S UVALDA ST AURORA, CO 80012-4428 Parcel: 0026301014 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 1 Block: 021 Lot: 0003SIMLA FIRST ADDITION LOT 3 BLOCK 21 7500 SQ FT OR .172 ACRE Actual Value: $53,798 198 UTE AVE Year 2012 Tax $422.20 Interest $29.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $476.75

R108083 CHICK ROY G CHICK FLORENCE ANNE PO BOX 2134 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-2134 Parcel: 8409101006 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: PINE RIDGE FIL 1 Block: 001 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $174,939 5727 PINE RIDGE DR Year 2012 Tax $587.20 Interest $35.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $647.43 R110490 CHRISTIAN SCOTT D CHRISTIAN HEIDI L 49068 US HWY 40 LIMON, CO 80828 Parcel: 9711300037 Section: 11 Township: 9 Range: 57Subdivision: RURALO PARC IN SW4SW4 11 9 57 DESC B280 Actual Value: $81,435 49068 US HWY 40 Year 2012 Tax $397.80 Interest $27.85 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $450.65 R109428 CLARK COREY PO BOX 645 HENDERSON, CO 80640-0645 Parcel: 8513101010 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: ELIZABETH ACRES FIL 1 Lot: 0005 OUT OF CITY LIMITS Actual Value: $249,070 419 S PINE RIDGE DR Year 2012 Tax $1,670.96 Interest $116.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,812.93 R101258 CLARK DOROTHY F 14986 CO RD 181 MATHESON, CO 80831 Parcel: 1718400024 Section: 18 Township: 11 Range: 57 :STRIP OF LAND 354’ X 3625’ IN SW4 & SE4: PAR IN E2SE4 (84.9 A) Section: 19 Township: 11 Range: 57 :N 1571’ OF NW4 (73.21 A) Subdivision: RURALA(TOTAL 158.110 A) Actual Value: $51,445 14986 CO RD 181 Year 2012 Tax $315.68 Interest $22.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $362.78 R114097 CLAWSON JENNIFER L 49357 CO RD 142 LIMON, CO 80828 Parcel: 8702100058 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 57Subdivision: RURALA E2W2:PAR IN E2: 2 8 57 381 ACRES Actual Value: $80,937 49357 CO RD 142,49525 co rd 142 #Towers 19-21 Year 2012 Tax $626.80 Interest $43.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $695.68 R114096 CLAWSON JENNIFER L 49357 CO RD 142 LIMON, CO 80828 Parcel: 8702400059 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 57Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN S2E2: 2 8 57 100 ACRES Actual Value: $7,487 ,49525 CO RD 142 #Towers 19-21 Year 2012 Tax $132.24 Interest $9.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $166.50

R109907 BUERKLE B.J. PO BOX 348 KIOWA, CO 80117 Parcel: 9309200111 Section: 9 Township: 9 Range: 63Subdivision: RURALO PARC IN NW4 9 9 63 DESC B329 P285, 35 Actual Value: $316,423 11420 CO RD 118 Year 2012 Tax $1,475.60 Interest $103.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,603.89

R118592 CONSERVATION/COMMONS MANAGEMENT CO 6904 N 30TH ST MCALLEN , TX 78504-4903 Parcel: 4084118592 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 64 Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS E2NW4, SW4NW4, SW4: 11 8 64 (280 A) Actual Value: $2,542 Year 2012 Tax $60.32 Interest $4.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $89.54

R114683 CADILLAC BUILDING COMPANY 10095 PINEWOOD DRIVE PARKER, CO 80134 Parcel: 6503401006 Section: 3 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: SKY RIM AMENDMENT 2 Lot: 0031 Actual Value: $171,000 47397 LOBLOLLY PINE CIR Year 2012 Tax $6,901.64 Interest $483.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,409.75

R102413 COOK HILDUR E 04428 WORTH DR W JACKSONVILLE, FL 32207 Parcel: 4068088510 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 58 E2E2 SW4NE4 SE4NW4 W2SE4 (320 ACRES 1/10 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 32)Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $210 Year 2012 Tax $3.32 Interest $0.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.55

R115621 CASEY TERESA A 155 LAKE CSWY SANTA ROSA BEACH, FL 32459 Parcel: 4074115621 Section: 23 Township: 7 Range: 64Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS E2W2NE4; E2NW4: 23 7 64 120 A UNDIVIDED 1/16 INT 7.5 MRA Actual Value: $70 Year 2012 Tax $1.60 Interest $0.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.71

R116321 CR 29 LLC PO BOX 656 CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104-0656 Parcel: 2910100153 Section: 10 Township: 12 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA Block: 002 Lot: 0000 PAR IN NE4: 10 12 59 35.981 ACRES DESC B624 P851 AKA TRACT 2 BOONE REZONE Actual Value: $2,154 36890 CO RD 46 Year 2012 Tax $50.04 Interest $3.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $78.54

R107390 CUNNINGHAM MARTIN L CUNNINGHAM DEBRA K 45795 SUN COUNTRY DR ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 8320104005 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: KIOWA ORIGINAL Block: 005 Lot: 0006 AND:Lot: 0007W 12’ OF LOT 6 & THAT Actual Value: $118,485 224 COMANCHE ST Year 2012 Tax $2,463.92 Interest $172.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,661.39 R100081 CURTISS STEVEN R & JOANN PO BOX 476 SIMLA, CO 80835-0476 Parcel: 0026308008 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 2 Lot: 18 (TOTAL 0.0717 A) Actual Value: $64,169 229 SIOUX AVE Year 2012 Tax $1,170.96 Interest $81.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,277.93 R109616 DEPALO ELLEN T 19022 E OXFORD DR AURORA, CO 80013 Parcel: 8535302004 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: CHISHOLM AMENDED Lot: 16A(TOTAL 10.588 A) Actual Value: $128,000 1272 SANTA FE TRL Year 2012 Tax $3,129.44 Interest $219.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,373.50 R118171 DESTINY VENTURES LLC PO BOX 421 FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 8513127001 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: ELIZABETH STREET PLAZA 1ST AMENDEMENT Lot: 002B Actual Value: $165,097 Year 2012 Tax $5,042.04 Interest $352.94 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,419.98 R118173 DESTINY VENTURES LLC PO BOX 421 FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 8513127004 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: ELIZABETH STREET PLAZA 1ST AMENDEMENT Lot: 002D Actual Value: $165,297 Year 2012 Tax $5,048.36 Interest $353.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,426.75 R120110 DEWINDT JOHN E & PATRICIA A PO BOX 494 HOOKER, OK 73945-0494 Parcel: 7029100060 Section: 29 Township: 7 Range: 60 NW4NE4; NE4NW4: EXCEPT WEST 990’ ( 60 ACRES) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $37,431 28522 CO RD 154 Year 2012 Tax $141.88 Interest $8.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $175.39 R104337 DOYLE DONNA DOYLE SALLY 45742 COAL CREEK RD PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 6514201014 Section: 14 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: SMOKY HILL RANCHES FIL 2 Lot: 0009 Actual Value: $252,516 45742 COAL CREEK RD Year 2012 Tax $1,792.40 Interest $125.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,942.87 R103013 DROTAR STEVEN R 61 CROWLEY RD LINCOLNVILLE, ME 04849-5245 Parcel: 4091171430 Section: 17 Township: 9 Range: 61Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS NE4: 17-9-61 160 ACRES 1/32 INTEREST 5 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $30 Year 2012 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R101848 EATON ELIZABETH WELLS BESSIE M 7 ANCHOR WAY BAY SHORE, NY 11706 Parcel: 4007104022 Section: 10 Township: 10 Range: 57 SW4: 160 AC. MINERAL RIGHTS 1/2 INTEREST 80.00 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $550 Year 2012 Tax $9.80 Interest $0.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $65.49 R119962 EC & R DEVELOPMENT LLC 1860 BLAKE STREET, SUITE 100 DENVER, CO 80202 Parcel: 0000098631 Section: 36 Township: 9 Range: 58 N2; SE Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST OT LEASE# 80130; EXPIRES 12-21-2011 Actual Value: $2,400 Year 2012 Tax $56.76 Interest $3.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $85.73 R107645 EHLERS MICHAEL P & POLLY A PO BOX 443 KIOWA, CO 80117-0443 Parcel: 8335401002 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: HAWKEYE RANCHES Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $450,333 13777 RANGE VIEW PL Year 2012 Tax $2,100.88 Interest $147.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,272.94


L10 Elbert County Public Notices

October 17, 2013 Elbert County Sample Ballot Limon School District RE4J

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OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT FOR ELBERT COUNTY, COLORADO TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013

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LIMON SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-4J Director Four Year Term (Vote for Three)

Troy Jaklich Wendy A. Pottorff Craig Austin Bailey Jarred Masterson Wendy Dunaway Cindy Tacha Carrie West

Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

STATE Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME YES/FOR TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING REQUIREMENTS?

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COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1B SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE YEAR 2014, AND THEREAFTER BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES AS MAY BE GENERATED IN FUTURE YEARS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF MACHINERY AND MACHINE TOOLS BY AMENDING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION 07-75 DESCRIBING A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A COUNTY-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX, BY AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1(c) TO REQUIRE THE REPEAL AND RESCISSION OF THE EXEMPTION OF SUCH SALES FROM THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY IN EFFECT, TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, ADMINISTERED, AND ENFORCED IN THE 2014 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT COLLECTION YEAR, WHICH TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES FUND AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, TO BE AWARDED TO COLORADO RESIDENT BIDDERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH SALES AND USE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO YES CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW, ALL AS SET FORTH IN COUNTY RESOLUTION 07-75, AS AMENDED BY COUNTY RESOLUTION 13-37?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND Any person by use ofELBERT force or other means, GENERAL unduly influences an OPERATING eligible elector to vote in any particularAND manner or to refrain fromCOUNTY voting, or who falsely APPLIED FOR“WARNING: THE PURPOSE OFwho, FUNDING COUNTY FUND EXPENDITURES, SHALL ELBERT BE PERMITTED TO makes, alters, or counterfeits any mail ballot before or after itSUCH has been cast, orAND who destroys, defaces, mutilates, or tampers with a ballot is OF subject, upon conviction, COLLECT, RETAIN AND forges, EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM TAXES ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS WHETHER THE ANNUAL to imprisonment, or to a fine, or both.” 1-7.5-107(3)(b) C.R.S.FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT YES LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

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BALLOT ISSUE 3A SHALL LIMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. RE-4J DEBT BE INCREASED UP TO $6.98 MILLION, WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $12.7 MILLION AND SHALL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED BY UP TO $633,000 ANNUALLY, BY THE ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS TO FUND THE DISTRICT CONTRIBUTION REQUIRED TO RECEIVE $18 MILLION IN STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE UNDER THE “BEST” PROGRAM, TO FINANCE THE COSTS OF ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING AND IMPROVING DISTRICT CAPITAL ASSETS INCLUDING, AMONG OTHER THINGS: • CONSTRUCTING A REPLACEMENT FACILITY FOR KINDERGARTEN THROUGH TWELFTH GRADE TO ADDRESS HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENERGY USE DEFICIENCIES, AND RENOVATING EXISTING GYMNASIUMS AND LOCKER ROOMS; WHICH STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE WOULD NOT BE REQUIRED TO BE REPAID AND WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS IF THIS BALLOT ISSUE IS NOT PASSED; AND WHICH GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS SHALL BEAR INTEREST, MATURE, BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION, WITH OR WITHOUT PREMIUM, AND BE ISSUED AT SUCH TIME OR TIMES, AT SUCH PRICES (AT, ABOVE OR BELOW PAR) AND IN SUCH MANNER AND CONTAINING SUCH TERMS, NOT INCONSISTENT HEREWITH, AS THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MAY DETERMINE; SHALL AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES BE LEVIED IN ANY YEAR, WITHOUT LIMITATION AS TO THE MILL RATE TO PRODUCE AN AMOUNT LIMITED AS SET FORTH ABOVE TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT AND TO FUND ANY RESERVES FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF; AND SHALL THE DISTRICT REFINANCE WITH GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS ITS OUTSTANDING DEBT OBLIGATION AUTHORIZED BY ELECTORS ON NOVEMBER 2, 1999 SUBJECT TO THE SAME FINANCIAL PARAMETERS SET FORTH IN THE 1999 BALLOT YES ISSUE BUT SECURED BY AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES LEVIED WITHOUT LIMITATION AS TO THE MILL RATE TO PRODUCE AN ANNUAL AMOUNT WHICH DOES NOT EXCEED THE DISTRICT’S EXISTING BOND REDEMPTION TAX AMOUNT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON SUCH REFUNDING BONDS WHEN DUE? NO

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Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

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October 17, 2013 Elbert County Sample Ballot Peyton 23 JT School District

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OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT FOR ELBERT COUNTY, COLORADO TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013

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PEYTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 23JT Director Four Year Term (Vote for Three)

Mea Armstrong Miller Ed Holmes Bart Hanks David B. Brown Sarah L. Noel James R. Eckelberry

Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

STATE Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME YES/FOR TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING REQUIREMENTS?

NO/AGAINST

COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1B SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE YEAR 2014, AND THEREAFTER BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES AS MAY BE GENERATED IN FUTURE YEARS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF MACHINERY AND MACHINE TOOLS BY AMENDING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION 07-75 DESCRIBING A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A COUNTY-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX, BY AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1(c) TO REQUIRE THE REPEAL AND RESCISSION OF THE EXEMPTION OF SUCH SALES FROM THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY IN EFFECT, TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, ADMINISTERED, AND ENFORCED IN THE 2014 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT COLLECTION YEAR, WHICH TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES FUND AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, TO BE AWARDED TO COLORADO RESIDENT BIDDERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH SALES AND USE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO YES CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW, ALL AS SET FORTH IN COUNTY RESOLUTION 07-75, AS AMENDED BY COUNTY RESOLUTION 13-37?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND “WARNING: Any person who, by useELBERT of force orCOUNTY other means, unduly influences an eligible elector to vote in any particular or ELBERT to refrain from voting, or falsely APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING GENERAL FUND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, ANDmanner SHALL COUNTY BEwho PERMITTED TO makes, alters, forges, or counterfeits any mail ballot before or after it has been cast, or who destroys, defaces, mutilates, or tampers with a ballot is subject, upon conviction, COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND DERIVED FROM SUCH TAXES AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL to imprisonment, or to aALL fine, REVENUES or both.” 1-7.5-107(3)(b) C.R.S. REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT YES LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

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Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

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October 17, 2013 Elbert County Sample Ballot Property Owners / Rattlesnake Fire Protection District Trim

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Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

RATTLESNAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

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BALLOT ISSUE 5A WITHOUT RAISING TAXES AND PROVIDED THAT THE RATTLESNAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT’S MILL LEVY SHALL NOT BE INCREASED WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL, SHALL RATTLESNAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ANY AND ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE DISTRICT ANNUALLY FROM ANY REVENUE, WHICH MAY INCLUDE, BUT SHALL NOT BE LIMITED TO, ALL TAXES, FEES, GRANTS AND CHARGES IMPOSED, COLLECTED, OR AUTHORIZED BY LAW TO BE IMPOSED OR COLLECTED BY THE DISTRICT, AND SHALL SUCH REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUE-RAISING, OR OTHER LIMITATION CONTAINED WITHIN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND WITHOUT REGARD TO THE PROPERTY TAX REVENUE LIMITATION IN C.R.S. § 291-301 OR ANY OTHER LAW OR STATUTE WHICH PURPORTS TO LIMIT THE DISTRICT’S REVENUES OR EXPENDITURES, ALL WITHOUT LIMITING IN ANY YEAR THE YES AMOUNT OF OTHER REVENUES THAT MAY BE COLLECTED AND NO SPENT BY THE DISTRICT?

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October 17, 2013 Elbert County Sample Ballot Elbert County / State of Colorado

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Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

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Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN YES/FOR EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING NO/AGAINST REQUIREMENTS?

STATE Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ELBERT COUNTY GENERAL FUND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH TAXES AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY YES OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

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PUBLICATION TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN WATER APPLICATIONS IN WATER DIV. 1

October 17, 2013

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 2013 for each County affected. necessarily incurred for a public safety 13CW3098 Gambel Oakscommunication Homeowners answering and emergency Association, 1341 Gambel Oaks Drive, and dispatchCO perspective. Elizabeth, 80107 (James Petrock, Petrock & Fendel, 700 17th Street, This Application is available inspec#1800, Denver, CO 80202), for APPLICATION WATER tion at FOR ElbertUNDERGROUND County Communications RIGHTS FROM NOT NONTRIBUTARY Authority and the Colorado Public SOURCE AND FOR APPROVAL OF Utilities Commission: PLAN FOR AUGMENTATION, IN THE ElbertNONTRIBUTARY County Communications NOT UPPER DAWSON Authority ELBERT COUNTY. ApproximAQUIFER, PO Box 992acres, being Tracts A, C, and ately 112.8 D, theMain GCPStreet Areas, Gambel Oaks 425and South Subdivision, shown on the plat recorElizabeth, COas80107 ded May 7, 1984, at Reception No. 253325, Elbert County, Colorado, and Colorado Utilities Commission which are Public generally located in part of the 1560 Broadway, Suite 250 SE1/4SW1/4 of Section 23, and part of the Denver, Colorado, 80202 NE1/4NW1/4 and all of the N1/2NE1/4 of Section 26, T7S, R65W of the 6th P.M., as Website: dora.colorado.gov/puc shown on Attachment A hereto ("Subject Property"). Source of Water Rights: The Upper Dawson aquifer is not nontributary as described in Sections 37-90-103(10.7), C.R.S. Estimated Annual Amount: 36 acre-feet. Proposed Use: Domestic, including inhouse use, commercial, irrigation, livestock watering, fire protection, and augmentation purposes, on the Subject Property. Description of plan for augmentation: Groundwater to be augmented: All Upper Dawson aquifer groundwater as requested herein. Water rights for augmentation: Return flows from the use of not nontributary Upper Dawson aquifer and return flows from or direct discharge of nontributary Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer groundwater underlying Gambel Oaks Subdivision, as decreed in Case No. 84CW418, District Court, Water Division 1. (43.2 acre-feet per year of nontributary Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer groundwater decreed). Applicant is the owner of the gr oundw ater dec r eed i n C as e N o. 84CW418, as evidenced by Deed attached as Attachment B. Statement of plan for augmentation: The Upper Dawson aquifer groundwater will be withdrawn through one or more wells and used through a central water supply system to provide inhouse, irrigation, stockwatering, and fire protection use on up to 80 residential lots in Gambel Oaks Subdivision. The Upper Dawson aquifer groundwater may be used in combination with nontributary Denver aquifer groundwater as currently used to serve the lots. Sewage treatment for inhouse use on the 80 lots is provided by non-evaporative septic systems. Return flows associated with inhouse and irrigation use will be approximately 90% and 15% of the annual amount of water used for those purposes. During pumping Applicant will replace actual depletions to the affected stream system pursuant to Section 37-90-137(9)(c.5), C.R.S. Depletions occur to the Running Creek stream system. Return flows from inhouse and irrigation use accrue to the South Platte River stream systems, and return flows will be sufficient to replace actual depletions while the subject groundwater is being pumped. Applicant will reserve an equal amount of the nontributary Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer groundwater decreed in Case No. 84CW418 to meet post pumping augmentation requirements. Further, Applicant prays that this Court grant the application and for such other relief as seems proper in the premises. (11 pages).

rently used to serve the lots. Sewage treatment for inhouse use on the 80 lots is provided by non-evaporative septic systems. Return flows associated with inhouse and irrigation use will be approximately 90% and 15% of the annual amount of water used for those purposes. During pumping Applicant will replace actual depletions to the affected stream system pursuant to Section 37-90-137(9)(c.5), C.R.S. Depletions occur to the Running Creek stream system. Return flows from inhousewho andseek irrigation use accrue to the Anyone to intervene as a party South River stream systems, may filePlatte a Motion to Intervene within 30and return flows will be sufficient to replace acdays of the datewhile of thisthe filing or anyone tual depletions subject groundwho may file written objection. waterdesires, is being pumped. Applicant will Ifreyou only object to serve an wish equaltoamount ofthe theproposed nontributary Laramie-Fox Hills groundwater action, you may fileaquifer a written objection decreed in Colorado Case No.Public 84CW418 to meet post with the Utilities Commispumping augmentation requirements. Fursion, 1560 Broadway, Suite 250, Denver, ther, Applicant prays that this Court grant Colorado, 80202 or for by e-mail to dora. the application and such other relief as colorado.gov/puc. The filing of a(11 written seems proper in the premises. pages). objection itself will not allow you to particiTHE as WATER RIGHTS CLAIMED BY pate a party to any proceeding on the THESE APPLICATIONS MAY AFFECT proposed action. INyou PRIORITY ANY WATER RIGHTS If wish to participate as a party in this CLAIMED OR HERETOFORE ADJUDICmatter, must file a Petition for Leave ATED you WITHIN THIS DIVISION AND to Intervene, OF or fileAFFECTED other appropriate OWNERS RIGHTS pleadings to become party in accorMUST APPEAR TOa OBJECT WITHIN THE TIME STATUTE dance with PROVIDED Commission BY Rule 1401 of itsOR BE FOREVER BARRED. Rules of Practice and Procedure or any

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Government Legal -- Elbert County Communications Authority Public Notice NOTICE OF CHANGE OF EMERGENCY TELEPHONE CHARGE COLORADO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION PROCEEDING NO. 13A1003T Elbert County Communications Authority, PO Box 992, Elizabeth, CO 80107. You are notified that the Elbert County Communications Authority (“ECCA”) filed on September 16, 2013, with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (“Commission”) an Application for permission to increase the current 9-1-1 surcharge affecting all users of

Name Changes PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice of Petition for Change of Name Public notice is given on September 13, 2013 that a Petition for a Change of Name of an adult has been filed with the Elbert County Court. The Petition requests that the name of Walter Armell Fox Sr. be changed to Sebastian Josiah Fox Sr. Case No.: 2013 C 39 Cheryl A. Layne Clerk of Court By: JoLeen Jenkins Deputy Clerk Legal Notice No: 927778 First Publication: October 3, 2013 Last Publication: October 17, 2013 Publisher: Elbert County News

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exchange telephone service, VoIP and wireless telecommunications service within Elbert County, Colorado. This increase is to become effective following Commission approval after 60 days’ notice to all affected parties, if the Commission grants this Application. The Commission Docket Number for this proceeding is: PROCEEDING NO. 13A1003T. The requested surcharge increase from Seventy Cents ($.70) to One Dollar and Twenty Cents ($1.20) is necessary to pay for and maintain, as allowed by statutory changes in C.R.S. § 29-11-102 and 104, costs for emergency equipment and installation, annual contract charges from Public service providers andNotice basic emergency service providers and contract expenses NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Helen Marie Young, a.k.a. Helen M. Young, a.k.a. Helen Young, Deceased Case Number: 2013PR30021; Division 1

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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 17, 2014, or the claims may be forever barred. Bruce D. Young Personal Representative 6617 N. Woodlawn Road Walton, KS 67151-9056 Legal Notice No.: 927788 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 31, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News

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TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN WATER APPLICATIONS IN WATER DIV. 1

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Dale Howard Young, a.k.a. Dale H. Young, a.k.a. Dale Young, Deceased Case Number: 2013PR30020; Division 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 2013 for each County affected.

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 17, 2014, or the claims may be forever barred.

13CW3098 Gambel Oaks Homeowners Association, 1341 Gambel Oaks Drive, Elizabeth, CO 80107 (James Petrock, Petrock & Fendel, 700 17th Street, #1800, Denver, CO 80202), APPLICATION FOR UNDERGROUND WATER RIGHTS FROM NOT NONTRIBUTARY SOURCE AND FOR APPROVAL OF PLAN FOR AUGMENTATION, IN THE NOT NONTRIBUTARY UPPER DAWSON AQUIFER, ELBERT COUNTY. Approximately 112.8 acres, being Tracts A, C, and D, and the GCP Areas, Gambel Oaks Subdivision, as shown on the plat recorded May 7, 1984, at Reception No. 253325, Elbert County, Colorado, and which are generally located in part of the SE1/4SW1/4 of Section 23, and part of the NE1/4NW1/4 and all of the N1/2NE1/4 of Section 26, T7S, R65W of the 6th P.M., as shown on Attachment A hereto ("Subject Property"). Source of Water Rights: The Upper Dawson aquifer is not nontributary as described in Sections 37-90-103(10.7), C.R.S. Estimated Annual Amount: 36 acre-feet. Proposed Use: Domestic, including inhouse use, commercial, irrigation, livestock watering, fire protection, and augmentation purposes, on the Subject Property. Description of plan for augmentation: Groundwater to be augmented: All Upper Dawson aquifer groundwater as requested herein. Water rights for augmentation: Return flows from the use of not nontributary Upper Dawson aquifer and return flows from or direct discharge of nontributary Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer groundwater underlying Gambel Oaks Subdivision, as decreed in Case No. 84CW418, District Court, Water Division 1. (43.2 acre-feet per year of nontributary Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer groundwater decreed). Applicant is the owner of the gr oundwater decr eed in Case No. 84CW418, as evidenced by Deed attached as Attachment B. Statement of plan for augmentation: The Upper Dawson aquifer groundwater will be withdrawn through one or more wells and used through a central water supply system to provide inhouse, irrigation, stockwatering, and fire protection use on up to 80 residential lots in Gambel Oaks Subdivision. The Upper Dawson aquifer groundwater may be used in combination with nontributary Denver aquifer groundwater as currently used to serve the lots. Sewage treatment for inhouse use on the 80 lots is provided by non-evaporative septic systems. Return flows associated with inhouse and irrigation use will be approximately 90% and 15% of the annual amount of water used for those purposes. During pumping Applicant will replace actual depletions to the affected stream system pursuant to Section 37-90-137(9)(c.5), C.R.S. Depletions occur to the Running Creek stream system. Return flows from inhouse and irrigation use accrue to the South Platte River stream systems, and return flows will be sufficient to replace actual depletions while the subject groundwater is being pumped. Applicant will reserve an equal amount of the nontributary Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer groundwater decreed in Case No. 84CW418 to meet post pumping augmentation requirements. Further, Applicant prays that this Court grant the application and for such other relief as seems proper in the premises. (11 pages).

Bruce D. Young Personal Representative 6617 N. Woodlawn Road Walton, KS 67151-9056 Legal Notice No.: 927787 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 31, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News Public Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Helen Marie Young, a.k.a. Helen M. Young, a.k.a. Helen Young, Deceased Case Number: 2013PR30021; Division 1 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 17, 2014, or the claims may be forever barred. Bruce D. Young Personal Representative 6617 N. Woodlawn Road Walton, KS 67151-9056 Legal Notice No.: 927788 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 31, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News

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 2013 (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.: 927785 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 17, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News

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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 2013 (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.: 927785 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 17, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News

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 2013 (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.

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Legal Notice No.: 927785 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 17, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News Public Notice Notice of Sale Contents unknown and boxes of personal items, belonging to Joshua Smith, whose last known address is: 15565 East Greenwood Drive, and stored in the unit #29 STORAGE ONE/Elizabeth, 5229 HWY 86 Elizabeth, CO. 80107, will be sold at auction or otherwise disposed of at this location After 11/01/2013. Legal Notice No.: 927795 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 24, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News Public Notice BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF COLORADO IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF MUSTANG CREEK OPERATING, LLC FOR AN ORDER TO ESTABLISH AN APPROXIMATE 635.6-ACRE EXPLORATORY DRILLING AND SPACING UNIT FOR SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE 59 WEST, 6TH P.M. AND SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 13 SOUTH, RANGE 59 WEST, 6TH P.M., FOR MARMATON, CHEROKEE, ATOKA FORMATIONS AND FORMATIONS OF MISSISSIPPIAN, ORDOVICIAN AND CAMBRIAN AGE, UNNAMED FIELD, ELBERT COUNTY, COLORADO )

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BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION applicable CommissionCOMMISSION Order. All parties OF COLORADO desiring THE to fileSTATE writtenOF objection to this action or intervention in any shall IN THE MATTER OF THEproceeding APPLICATION do so in accordance with the instructions OF MUSTANG CREEK OPERATING, set in the Rules of LLCforth FOR ANCommission’s ORDER TO ESTABLISH AN APPROXIMATE Practice and Procedure.635.6-ACRE EXPLORATORY DRILLING AND SPACING UNIT FOR SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP The Commission may hold a public hear-12 SOUTH, RANGE 59 WEST, 6TH P.M. ing an evidentiary on3 A N in D addition S E C T Ito ON 5 , T O W Nhearing SHIP 1 this Application and 59 if such hearing held, SOUTH, RANGE WEST, 6THis P.M., members of the public may attend any FOR MARMATON, CHEROKEE, ATOKA FORMATIONS AND hearing and make any FORMATIONS statement underOF MISSISSIPPIAN, ORDOVICIAN AND oath about the proposed change whether CAMBRIAN UNNAMED or not a writtenAGE, objection or requestFIELD, to ELBERT COUNTY, COLORADO ) intervene has been filed. If this Application is unopposed or uncontested, the ComCAUSE NO. TBD mission may this matter without DOCKET NO.determine 1307-SP-1114 hearing and without further notice. NOTICE OF HEARING TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES AND TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Rule 318.a. of the Rules and Regulations of the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission requires that wells drilled in excess of 2,500 feet in depth be located not less than 600 feet from any lease line, and located not less than 1,200 feet from any other producible or drilling oil or gas well when drilling to the same common source of supply. Section 32, Township 12 South, Range 59 West, 6th P.M. and Section 5, Township 13 South, Range 59 West, 6th P.M. are subject to Rule 318.a. for the Marmaton, Cherokee, and Atoka Formations and Formations of the Mississippian, Ordovician and Cambrian Age.

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On May 30, 2013 (Amended on September 19, 2013), Mustang Creek Operating, LLC (“Mustang Creek” or “Applicant”), by its attorneys, filed with the Commission pursuant to §34-60-116 C.R.S., a verified application (“Application”) for an order to establish an approximate 635.6-acre exploratory drilling and spacing unit for the below-described lands (“Application Lands”), and approve up to four wells within the unit, for the production of oil, gas and associated hydrocarbons from Marmaton, Cherokee, Atoka Formations and Formations of Mississippian, Ordovician and Cambrian Age, with the treated interval of the permitted wellbore to be no closer than 600 feet from the unit boundaries, without exception being granted by the Director: Township 12 South, Range 59 West, 6th P.M. Section 32: S½ Township 13 South, Range 59 West, 6th P.M. Section 5: N½ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to: 1) the general jurisdiction granted to the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission of the State of Colorado under §34-60-105 C.R.S.; 2) specific powers granted pursuant to §34-60-106 C.R.S.; 3) the State Administrative Procedures Act at §24-4-105 C.R.S.; and 4) the Commission’s Series 500 Rules at 2 CCR 404-1, that the Commission has scheduled the above-entitled matter for hearing on: Date: Monday, October 28, 2013 Tuesday, October 29, 2013 Time: 9:00 a.m. Place: Limon Community Center 477 D Avenue Limon, CO 80826

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to: 1) the general jurisdiction granted to the Oil Gasdesiring Conservation Commission of Anyand person information regarding the State of Colorado under §34-60-105 ifC.R.S.; and when hearings may be held shall 2) specific powers granted pursusubmit a written request to 3) thethe Commisant to §34-60-106 C.R.S.; State Adsion or shall Procedures alternatively Act contact the ministrative at §24-4-105 C.R.S.; and 4) section the Commission’s Series External Affairs of the Commission 500 Rules at 2 CCR 404-1, that the Comat: 303-894-2000 or toll free at: 800-888mission has scheduled the above-entitled 0170. matter for hearing on: By: Elbert County Communications Date: Monday, October 28, 2013 Authority October 29, 2013 Tuesday, Time: 9:00 a.m. Place: LimonNo.: Community Legal Notice 927797 Center 477 Avenue October 17, 2013 FirstDPublication: Limon, CO 80826 Last Publication: October 24, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News with In accordance with the Americans Disabilities Act, if any party requires special accommodations as a result of a disability for this hearing, please contact Margaret Humecki at (303) 894-2100 ext. 5139, prior to the hearing and arrangements will be made. Pursuant to said hearing in the above-entitled matter at the time and place aforesaid, or at any adjourned meeting, the Commission will enter such orders as it deems appropriate to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public and to prevent the waste of oil and gas, either or both, in the operations of said field, and to carry out the purposes of the statute.

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In accordance with Rule 509., any interested party desiring to protest the granting of the application or to intervene on the application should file with the Commission a written protest or intervention no later than October 11, 2013, briefly stating the basis of the protest or intervention. Such interested party shall, at the same time, serve a copy of the protest or intervention to the person filing the application. O n e e l e c t r o n i c (cogcc.hearings_unit@state.co.us), one original and two copies shall be filed with the Commission. Anyone who files a protest or intervention must be able to participate in a prehearing conference during the week of October 15, 2013. Pursuant to Rule 503.g., if a party who has received notice under Rule 503.b. wishes to receive further pleadings in the above-referenced matter, that party must file a protest or intervention in accordance with these rules. In accordance with the practices of the Commission, should no protests or interventions be filed in this matter by October 11, 2013, the Applicant may request that an administrative hearing be scheduled beginning October 15, 2013. In the alternative, pursuant to Rule 511., if the matter is uncontested, the applicant may request, and the Director may recommend approval on the basis of the merits of the verified application and the supporting exhibits. OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF COLORADO By: Robert J. Frick, Secretary Dated: October 8, 2013 Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission 1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 801 Denver, Colorado 80203 Website: http://cogcc.state.co.us Phone: (303) 894-2100 Fax: (303) 894-2109

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NOTICE OF HEARING TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES AND TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Rule 318.a. of the Rules and Regulations of the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission requires that wells drilled in excess of 2,500 feet in depth be located not less than 600 feet from any lease line, and located not less than 1,200 feet from any other producible or drilling oil or gas well when drilling to the same common source of supply. Section 32, Township 12 South, Range 59 West, 6th P.M. and Section 5, Township 13 South, Range 59 West, 6th P.M. are subject to Rule 318.a. for the Marmaton, Cherokee, and Atoka Formations and Formations of the Mississippian, Ordovician and Cambrian Age. On May 30, 2013 (Amended on September 19, 2013), Mustang Creek Operating, LLC (“Mustang Creek” or “Applicant”), by its attorneys, filed with the Commission pursuant to §34-60-116 C.R.S., a verified application (“Application”) for an order to establish an approximate 635.6-acre exploratory drilling and spacing unit for the below-described lands (“Application Lands”), and approve up to four wells within the unit, for the production of oil, gas and associated hydrocarbons from Marmaton, Cherokee, Atoka Formations and Formations of Mississippian, Ordovician and Cambrian Age, with the treated interval of the permitted wellbore to be no closer than 600 feet from the unit boundaries, without exception being granted by the Director:

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if any party requires special accommodations as a result of a disability for this hearing, please contact Margaret Humecki at (303) 894-2100 ext. 5139, prior to the hearing and arrangements will be made.

Pursuant to said hearing in the above-entitled matter at the time and place aforesaid, or at any adjourned meeting, the Commission will enter such orders as it deems appropriate to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public and to prevent the waste of oil and gas, either or both, in the operations of said field, and to carry out the purposes of the statute.

Attorneys for Mustang Creek: William E. Sparks Jamie L. Jost Beatty & Wozniak, P.C. 216 Sixteenth St., Suite 1100 Denver, Colorado 80202 Phone: (303) 407-4499 wsparks@bweneregylaw.com jjost@bwenergylaw.com

Legal Notice No.: 927789 First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 17, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News

In accordance with Rule 509., any interested party desiring to protest the granting of the application or to intervene on the application should file with the Commission a written protest or intervention no later than October 11, 2013, briefly stating the basis of the protest or intervention. Such interested party shall, at the same time, serve a copy of the protest or intervention to the person filing the application. O n e e l e c t r o n i c (cogcc.hearings_unit@state.co.us), one original and two copies shall be filed with the Commission. Anyone who files a protest or intervention must be able to participate in a prehearing conference during the week of October 15, 2013. Pursuant to Rule 503.g., if a party who has received notice under Rule 503.b. wishes to receive further pleadings in the above-referenced matter, that party must file a protest or intervention in accordance with these rules. In accordance with the practices of the Commission, should no protests or interventions be filed in this matter by October 11, 2013, the Applicant may request that an administrative hearing be scheduled beginning October 15, 2013. In the alternative, pursuant to Rule 511., if the matter is uncontested, the applicant may request, and the Director may recommend approval on the basis of the merits of the verified application and the supporting exhibits.

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to: 1) the general jurisdiction granted to the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission of the State of Colorado under §34-60-105 C.R.S.; 2) specific powers granted pursuant to §34-60-106 C.R.S.; 3) the State Administrative Procedures Act at §24-4-105 C.R.S.; and 4) the Commission’s Series 500 Rules at 2 CCR 404-1, that the Commission has scheduled the above-entitled matter for hearing on:

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF COLORADO By: Robert J. Frick, Secretary Dated: October 8, 2013

- Aldous Huxley

Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission 1120 Lincoln Street, Suite 801 Denver, Colorado 80203 Website: http://cogcc.state.co.us Phone: (303) 894-2100 Fax: (303) 894-2109

Every day, the government makes decisions that can affect your life. Whether they are decisions on zoning, taxes, new Attorneys for Mustang Creek: governments play a big role businesses or myriad other issues, William E. Sparks Jamie L. Jost In accordance with the Americans with life. Beatty & Wozniak, P.C. Disabilities in Act, ifyour any party requires speDate: Monday, October 28, 2013 Tuesday, October 29, 2013 Time: 9:00 a.m. Place: Limon Community Center 477 D Avenue Limon, CO 80826

Governments have relied on newspapers like this one to publish public notices since the birth of the nation. Local newspapers Legal Notice No.: 927789 Pursuant to said hearing in the above-enFirst Publication: October 17, 2013 titled matter at the time and place aforeremain the most trusted source of17,public notice information. This Last Publication: October 2013 said, or at any adjourned meeting, the Publisher: The Elbert County News Commission will enter such orders as it newspaper publishes the information you need to stay involved deems appropriate to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public and to prevent the in waste of oil and gas, either or your community. both, in the operations of said field, and to cial accommodations as a result of a disability for this hearing, please contact Margaret Humecki at (303) 894-2100 ext. 5139, prior to the hearing and arrangements will be made.

carry out the purposes of the statute.

In accordance with Rule 509., any interested party desiring to protest the granting of the application or to intervene on the application should file with the Commission a written protest or intervention no later than October 11, 2013, briefly stating the basis of the protest or intervention. Such interested party shall, at the same time, serve a copy of the protest or intervention to the person filing the application. O n e e l e c t r o n i c (cogcc.hearings_unit@state.co.us), one original and two copies shall be filed with the Commission. Anyone who files a protest or intervention must be able to par-

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ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R108543 ELIZABETHS OLDE HOTEL SQUARE LLC PO BOX 1947 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1947 Parcel: 8418102008 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH AMENDED E2S2 OF LOT2 LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 1 LOT 3 Actual Value: $567,979 166 S MAIN ST Year 2012 Tax $14,386.92 Interest $1,007.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $15,419.00 R100488 ERICKSON ERICK LEE & JENIFER G 17515 CO RD 98 ELBERT, CO 80106 Parcel: 0205100108 Section: 5 Township: 10 Range: 62 :PAR IN NE COR NE4NE4 (0.280 A) Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $10,607 Year 2012 Tax $208.28 Interest $14.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $247.86 R100108 ESPINOZA MARIA %VANIA PINEDO 18250 CO RD 161 MATHESON, CO 80830 Parcel: 0026310009 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 12 Lot: 23 THRU:- Lot: 26 Actual Value: $32,274 217 NAVAJO AVE Year 2012 Tax $253.52 Interest $17.75 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $296.27 R117248 ETHERIDGE PATRICK & SHARI 7456 FAIRWAY LANE PARKER, CO 80134-7541 Parcel: 7406105032 Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 64Subdivision: DEER CREEK RANCH ESTATES Lot: 0018 Actual Value: $100,000 3758 JOHN WAYNE CIR Year 2012 Tax $2,676.88 Interest $187.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,889.26 R119977 EVANOIKA THEODORE LEE 3921 COUNTY ROAD 11 FLORISSANT, CO 80816-8760 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 Actual Value: $248 Year 2012 Tax $5.64 Interest $0.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.03 R113956 EVANS DARYL G EVANS PEGGY J PO BOX 271 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-0271 Parcel: 8407100418 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN N2 & IN S2: 7 8 64 161.389 ACRES MOL Actual Value: $109,885 34251 N BANNER ST Year 2012 Tax $470.42 Interest $28.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $523.65 R109826 EVANS NORMA EVANS FRANK E JR EVANS LORALEE 15587 COUNTY ROAD 102 ELBERT, CO 80106 Parcel: 9231100034 Section: 31 Township: 9 Range: 62Subdivision: RURALO NE4NE4: 31 9 62 40 A. PARC IN NW4NW4: Actual Value: $167,254 15587 CO RD 102 Year 2012 Tax $450.00 Interest $27.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $502.00 R104067 FASNACHT PAUL D FASNACHT CAROL A 5715 HWY 85 N CRESTVIEW, FL 32536-9003 Parcel: 6426101002 Section: 26 Township: 6 Range: 64Subdivision: SUN COUNTRY MEADOWS FIL 1 (PUD) Lot: 0075 Actual Value: $219,584 7809 SUN COUNTRY DR Year 2012 Tax $765.20 Interest $53.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $843.76 R119244 FIGUEROA EDMUND & SARAH 7126 S FLAT ROCK CT AURORA, CO 80016 Parcel: 6515203001 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: ROCKY MOUNTAIN AIRPARK ESTATES Lot: 0010 Actual Value: $131,760 45380 THUNDERBOLT CIR Year 2012 Tax $3,407.32 Interest $238.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,670.83 R118926 FIRSTIER BANK 1601 BRYAN ST DALLAS, TX 75201-3430 Parcel: 7427101052 Section: 27 Township: 7 Range: 64Subdivision: BRITANIE RIDGE ESTATES Lot: 00A (OPEN SPACE) Actual Value: $1,000 37750 BOBCAT CIR Year 2012 Tax $27.36 Interest $1.92 Penalty $0.00 Other $45.72 Total Due: $75.00 R102134 FISCHER MARIE S C/O JOHN AND VALERIE FISCHER 5807 RUDDY DUCK CT STOCKTON, CA 95207-4551 Parcel: 4038235880 Section: 23 Township: 13 Range: 58 SE4 (PART INTEREST MRA 16.90 AC) Section: 24 Township: 13 Range: 58 ALL ( PART INTEREST MRA 67.88) Section: 29 Township: 13 Range: 57 SW4NW4 (PART INTEREST MRA 3.11) N2N2, SE4NE4, W2SW4, E2SE4 (.07 INTEREST IN 600 ACRES MRA 41.94) Section: 19 Township: 13 Range: 57 N2, N2S2, SE4SW4 (PART INTEREST MRA 13.37) SW4SW4 (1/4 INTEREST 52.24 MRA 13.06) Section: 25 Township: 13 Range: 58 NE4 (PART INTEREST MRA 56.97) Section: 20 Township: 13 Range: 57 S2SW4, SW4SE4 (1/4 INTEREST 120 ACRES MRA 30) Section: 30 Township: 13 Range: 58 ALL (1/4 INTEREST 700 ACRES MRA 175) TOTAL MRA 418.23Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $2,900 Year 2012 Tax $67.80 Interest $4.75 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $97.55 R105041 FITCH LISA M 4861 S GENOA ST CENTENNIAL , CO 80015-3415 Parcel: 7109302003 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 004 Lot: 0007 Actual Value: $236,621 23250 EMERALD TRL Year 2012 Tax $1,231.24 Interest $86.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,342.43 R117624 FLUGUS FUND LLC 6684 GUNPARK DRIVE BOULDER, CO 80301 Parcel: 7418100382 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 64 PAR IN NE4 (AKA SWIFT CREEK FARMS LOT 3)Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $344,029 39850 SWIFT CREEK CIR Year 2012 Tax $5,749.12 Interest $402.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,176.56

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ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R117625 FLUGUS FUND LLC 6684 GUNPARK DRIVE BOULDER, CO 80301 Parcel: 7418100383 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 64 PAR IN (AKA SWIFT CREEK FARMS LOTS 4 THROUGH 8) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $502,555 39848 SWIFT CREEK CIR Year 2012 Tax $3,380.48 Interest $236.63 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,642.11 R114913 G8 OPPORTUNITY FUND V LLC 999 CORPORATE DR SUITE 215 LADERA RANCH, CA 92694 Parcel: 8418103012 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH AMENDED Block: 004 Lot: 0016 Actual Value: $40,837 174 S BANNER ST Year 2012 Tax $342.24 Interest $23.96 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $391.20

R119992 GATES SCOTT 8735 N TYNDALL AVENUE PORTLAND, OR 97217 Parcel: 4065023285 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 65 PARCELS 2, 3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9 PRAIRIE RIDGE SUBDIVSION 25 % INTEREST TOTAL 147.09 TOTAL MRA 36.77 ALL IN NE4SE4Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $253 Year 2012 Tax $6.24 Interest $0.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.68 R114086 GEORGE LISA MICHELLE 1447 E 81ST PL DENVER, CO 80229-8305 Parcel: 0026300095 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL PAR IN S2SW4: 26 10 60 R R RIGHT OF Actual Value: $27,182 621 ANTELOPE ST Year 2012 Tax $213.08 Interest $14.92 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $253.00 R104285 GERARD LINDSEY 46188 COAL CREEK DR PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 6512401006 Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: COAL CREEK FIL 1 Lot: 0023 Actual Value: $323,184 46188 COAL CREEK DR Year 2012 Tax $2,293.56 Interest $160.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,479.11 R114654 GERTZ CINDY PER REP Parcel: 6503302010 Section: 3 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: SKY RIM AMENDMENT 2 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $171,000 47083 FRASER FIR CIR Year 2012 Tax $6,901.64 Interest $483.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,409.75 R108859 GOODWIN SCOTT M GILLES-EASTMAN JESSICA L PO BOX 903 ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 8418215010 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH ACRES FIL 1 SOUTH 1/2 OF PLOT 19 Actual Value: $189,781 627 S PEARL ST Year 2012 Tax $1,591.16 Interest $111.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,727.54 R118772 GOODWIN TIMOTHY W 02165 CATTLE DR ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 7512200184 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 65Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN N2: 12 7 65 AKA PAR 6 Actual Value: $267,618 2165 CATTLE DR Year 2012 Tax $1,945.44 Interest $136.18 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,106.62 R102930 GRAEFF ROBERT O GRAEFF CAROL J 00988 ST HWY 086 ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 4085110433 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS PAR IN SW4SW4 11 8 65 DESC B345 P318 .454 ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS ALL Actual Value: $30 Year 2012 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90 R103270 GRAHAM CHAD A & MARTINIQUE A 10557 W LOUISE DR PEORIA, AZ 85383-1770 Parcel: 6017300068 Section: 17 Township: 6 Range: 60Subdivision: COTTONWOOD ESTATES (FALCON RANCH) Lot: 0034B438 P145 Actual Value: $254,523 45295 COTTONWOOD LN Year 2012 Tax $551.60 Interest $33.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $609.70 R116226 GREENAWALD KENNETH J GREENAWALD CHRISTINE M 85 LAS FLORES DR CHULA VISTA, CA 91910 Parcel: 0407400228 Section: 7 Township: 10 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALO PAR IN SE4: 7 10 64 4.582 A DESC B619 P656 AKA PAR C Actual Value: $24,514 Year 2012 Tax $131.84 Interest $9.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $166.07 R118516 GUNSMOKE DEVELOPMENT LLC 750 K ST PENROSE, CO 81240 Parcel: 0407302001 Section: 7 Township: 10 Range: 64Subdivision: GUNSMOKE Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $52,377 3555 MATT DILLON CIR Year 2012 Tax $513.56 Interest $30.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $569.37 R118518 GUNSMOKE DEVELOPMENT LLC 750 K ST PENROSE, CO 81240 Parcel: 0407302003 Section: 7 Township: 10 Range: 64Subdivision: GUNSMOKE Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $53,821 3530 MATT DILLON CIR Year 2012 Tax $527.76 Interest $31.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $584.43 R118519 GUNSMOKE DEVELOPMENT LLC 750 K ST PENROSE, CO 81240 Parcel: 0407302004 Section: 7 Township: 10 Range: 64Subdivision: GUNSMOKE Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $51,414 3560 MATT DILLON CIR Year 2012 Tax $504.10 Interest $30.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $559.35 R101947 HADDOCK MAY ET AL C/O NANCY ORDWAY 22719 BASSETT ST CANOGA PARK, CA 91307-2602 Parcel: 4019325990 Section: 32 Township: 11 Range: 59 NE4 32 11 59 160 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 20 NET ACRES NW4 33 11 59 160 ACRES 1/16 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $210 Year 2012 Tax $4.84 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.18

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R103671 HAMPTON LIZU M 3378 PIKES PEAK RD PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 6418301006 Section: 18 Township: 6 Range: 64Subdivision: MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH FIL 3 Lot: 0093 Actual Value: $106,000 3065 GLENNON RD Year 2012 Tax $752.64 Interest $52.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $830.32 R104720 HANISCH TRISHA A & RANDY D 12204 ANGELINA DR PEYTON, CO 80831-7090 Parcel: 6536201008 Section: 36 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: CHERRY RIDGE FIL 2 Lot: 0053 Actual Value: $169,159 42967 SAGER LN Year 2012 Tax $540.96 Interest $32.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $598.42 R101401 HANSEN LAWRENCE M & MERRILL E PO BOX 622 CONCORDIA, KS 66901-0622 Parcel: 2715000014 Section: 15 Township: 12 Range: 57:ALL (TOTAL 640 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $54,317 Year 2012 Tax $635.78 Interest $38.15 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $698.93 R101559 HANSON RANCH CO 17301 STATE ROAD 94 RAMAH, CO 80832-9471 Parcel: 3734400027 Section: 34 Township: 13 Range: 57 Section: 35 Township: 13 Range: 57Subdivision: RURALA NE4SW4-NW4SE4-E2SE4 34 13 57 160 A. S2S2 35 13 57 160 A. Actual Value: $6,909 Year 2012 Tax $161.48 Interest $11.30 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $197.78 R110298 HARPER GORDON OWEN HARPER MICHAEL RODGER 609 PASS CREEK ROAD PARKMAN, WY 82838 Parcel: 9434417001 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELBERT FRICKS ADDITION Block: 4 Lot: 24 (TOTAL 0.334 A) Actual Value: $77,160 24421 MAIN ST Year 2012 Tax $458.96 Interest $32.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $516.09 R110062 HART GLENN A HART ELSIE L 25925 MAUL RD KIOWA, CO 80117 Parcel: 9327200033 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 63Subdivision: RURALA NW4NW4 27 9 63 40 A. Actual Value: $91,579 25925 MAUL RD Year 2012 Tax $573.76 Interest $40.16 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $638.92 R100614 HAUG ALENE 10350 CO RD 94 ELBERT, CO 80106-9210 Parcel: 0320300033 Section: 20 Township: 10 Range: 63 :S2SW4:SW4SE4 (TOTAL 120 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $5,585 Year 2012 Tax $109.56 Interest $7.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $142.23 R107292 HAVENS DAVID E HAVENS ELIZABETH M PO BOX 417 KIOWA, CO 80117-0417 Parcel: 8317403003 Section: 17 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: KIOWA KRUSE ADDITION Block: 002 Lot: 0023 AND:- Lot: 0024 Actual Value: $99,329 00426 CHEYENNE ST Year 2012 Tax $567.20 Interest $39.70 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $631.90 R118466 HAWLEY LEONARD 627 TILLOTSON TRININDAD, CO 81802 Parcel: 9231200184 Section: 31 Township: 9 Range: 62Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4: 31 9 62 Actual Value: $1,725 15440 CO RD 102 Year 2012 Tax $33.80 Interest $2.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $38.83 Total Due: $75.00 R116587 HAYES JON HAYES LISA 38280 RUSTY SPUR TR AGATE, CO 80101-9707 Parcel: 8126100096 Section: 26 Township: 8 Range: 61Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NE4: 26 8 61 70.027 ACRES DESC B631 P019 Actual Value: $1,512 Year 2012 Tax $25.80 Interest $1.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.39 Total Due: $75.00 R119781 HEIGR RANCH LLLP 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 8135100121 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 60Subdivision: RURALA ALL: 6 9 60 (632.03), N2, PAR IN N2S2: 7 9 60 (384.998 A), E2E2: 34 8 61 (160 A), ALL: 35 8 61 (640 A), , ALL: LESS B170 P109: 2 9 61 (634.610 A), E2: 3 9 61 (318.90 A), NE4: 10 9 61 (160 A), ALL: 11 9 61 LESS B238 P489 & B587 P 375 (478.959 A), PAR IN 12 9 61 (350.537 A), ALL: 1 9 61 LESS 160.002 A DESC B708 P987 479.018 A Actual Value: $91,521 Year 2012 Tax $1,555.28 Interest $108.87 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,689.15 R102457 HELLING RICHARD C ET UX 6806 W 3RD ST UNIT 36 GREELEY, CO 80634-9030 Parcel: 4069349190 Section: 34 Township: 6 Range: 59 W2 (320 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 160)Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,100 Year 2012 Tax $17.72 Interest $1.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.96 R100413 HERTNEKY ROBERT A PO BOX 20 RAMAH, CO 80832-0020 Parcel: 0116200029 Section: 16 Township: 10 Range: 61 :NW4 (TOTAL 160 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $3,454 Year 2012 Tax $80.72 Interest $5.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $111.37 R100415 HERTNEKY ROBERT A PO BOX 020 RAMAH, CO 80832-0020 Parcel: 0117200031 Section: 17 Township: 10 Range: 61 :W2, SE4 (480 A) Section: 18 Township: 10 Range: 61 :SW4, S2SE4 (240 A) Subdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 720 A) Actual Value: $59,280 22883 CO RD 86 Year 2012 Tax $622.16 Interest $43.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $690.71 R100441 HERTNEKY ROBERT A PO BOX 20 RAMAH, CO 80832-0020 Parcel: 0129100050 Section: 29 Township: 10 Range: 61 :N2 (TOTAL 320 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $34,412 19702 CO RD 89 Year 2012 Tax $420.84 Interest $29.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $475.30

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R100442 HERTNEKY ROBERT A PO BOX 20 RAMAH, CO 80832-0020 Parcel: 0129300051 Section: 29 Township: 10 Range: 61 :S2 (TOTAL 320 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $10,424 Year 2012 Tax $181.44 Interest $12.70 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $219.14 R118116 HGT ENTERPRISES 5525 E HIWAY 86 FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 7325100269 Section: 25 Township: 07 Range: 63Subdivision: SKY VIEW RANCH Lot: 0015 Actual Value: $10,512 37850 SKY VIEW CIR Year 2012 Tax $178.72 Interest $12.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $216.23 R118965 HILFERTY TIMOTHY J & JODI L 47780 HWY 40 LIMON, CO 80828 Parcel: 9710400103 Section: 10 Township: 9 Range: 57Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN S2 LYING S OF US HWY 1-70: 10 9 57 Actual Value: $3,508 Year 2012 Tax $62.52 Interest $4.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $91.90 R119227 HORDINSKI EDWARD ERIC HORDINSKI CYNTHIA A 276 S SPAULDING AVE PUEBLO, CO 81007 Parcel: 7503303004 Section: 3 Township: 7 Range: 65Subdivision: CROOKED TREE RANCH Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $122,550 41102 CROOKED TREE RANCH CIR Year 2012 Tax $2,996.24 Interest $209.74 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,230.98 R107391 HOT STUFF INVESTMENTS LLC 10386 E WEAVER CIR ENGLEWOOD, CO 80111 Parcel: 8320104006 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: KIOWA ORIGINAL Block: 5 Lot: 8 ALL 7 LESS PAR DESC IN B510 P600 Actual Value: $176,717 222 COMANCHE ST,216 COMANCHE ST,218 COMANCHE ST,220 COMANCHE ST Year 2012 Tax $2,997.44 Interest $209.82 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,232.26 R104217 HUH WOONG BOK HUH TAE NAM 400 BEAUMONT AVE PACIFIC GROVE, CA 93950-4904 Parcel: 6502100002 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: PRAIRIE RIDGE Block: 001 IN E2 2 6 65 Actual Value: $213,500 1730 MICHAEL GATES DR Year 2012 Tax $2,760.82 Interest $165.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,951.47 R113344 HULCE KURT W 00389 SHASTA CT KIOWA, CO 80117 Parcel: 8320117013 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: KIOWA FAWN VALLEY REPLAT FIL#1 Block: 001 Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $163,566 389 SHASTA CT Year 2012 Tax $933.64 Interest $65.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,023.99 R113084 HULM MAYNARD JOSEPH 03107 CO RD 106 ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 9419300270 Section: 19 Township: 9 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALA N2 LOT 2 (NW4SW4) 33.53 A 19 9 64 N OF Actual Value: $249,254 3107 CO RD 106 Year 2012 Tax $1,672.64 Interest $117.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,814.72 R119745 ICE JAN C PO BOX 7366 COVINGTON, WA 98042 Parcel: 4028119745 Section: 17 Township: 12 Range: 58 NE4, 12.5% OF 40 A TOTAL ACRES 5 Section: 18 Township: 13 Range: 57 W2,SE4,SW4, 12.5% OF 82.167 A TOTAL ACRES 5.272Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $70 Year 2012 Tax $1.60 Interest $0.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.71 R120255 J6M3 ENTERPRISES, LLC PO BOX 2347 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-2347 Parcel: 4633030017 Section: 30 Township: 6 Range: 63 PAR IN SW4 (1/2 INTEREST TOTA 24.06) PAR IN SE4 (1/2 INTEREST MRA 6.674) TOTAL MRA 30.741 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $212 Year 2012 Tax $4.64 Interest $0.32 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.96 R107410 JACKSON JEROLD D PO BOX 375 KIOWA, CO 80117-0375 Parcel: 8320106008 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: KIOWA ORIGINAL Block: 004 Lot: 0012 AND:- Lot: 0013KIOWA ORIG E20’ OF LOT 13 W2’ OF LOT 12 BLK 4 3300 SQ FT Actual Value: $46,939 308 COMANCHE ST Year 2012 Tax $268.20 Interest $18.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $311.97 R117093 JC BROTHERS LLC 6659 S PINEY CREEK CIRCLE CENTENNIAL, CO 80016 Parcel: 6406201201 Section: 6 Township: 6 Range: 64Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0192 Actual Value: $30,912 3450 ANTELOPE RIDGE TRL Year 2012 Tax $1,307.04 Interest $91.49 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,423.53 R106174 JEFFERSON PARTNERSHIP II 08725 E TANGLEWOOD RD FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 7522300081 Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 65Subdivision: RURALO PAR OF LAND IN SW4:22 7 65 DESC B439 Actual Value: $298,478 38657 CO RD 5 Year 2012 Tax $4,160.22 Interest $254.73 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,439.95 R102785 JOHNSON ANNA R EASLEY DAVID L EASLEY NORMA J PO BOX 151 KIOWA, CO 80117-0151 Parcel: 4081082000 Section: 8 Township: 8 Range: 61Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS ALL 8 8 61 640 ACRES 1/22 INTEREST 29.09 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $210 Year 2012 Tax $4.08 Interest $0.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.37

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ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R102833 JOHNSON ANNA R EASLEY DAVID L EASLEY NORMA J PO BOX 151 KIOWA, CO 80117-0151 Parcel: 4082122001 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 62Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SE4SE4 12 8 62 40 ACRES 1/44 INTEREST .91 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $30 Year 2012 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R115750 KAT CATTLE LLC 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7818300057 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58Subdivision: RURALA W2SW4, PAR IN E2SW4: 18 7 58 142.38 A Actual Value: $5,812 Year 2012 Tax $93.64 Interest $6.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $125.19 R107042 KAT CATTLE LLC 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7819300026 Section: 19 Township: 7 Range: 58Subdivision: RURALA S2: 19 7 58 324.00 A. SW4 W OF Actual Value: $14,034 Year 2012 Tax $225.56 Interest $15.79 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $266.35 R118689 KAT CATTLE LLC 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7912300128 Section: 13 Township: 7 Range: 59 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA W2: 13 7 59 LESS 10 A (310 A), PAR IN SW4: Actual Value: $12,021 Year 2012 Tax $193.40 Interest $13.54 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $231.94 R116080 KAT CATTLE LLC 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7914100090 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA N2NE4: 14 7 59 Actual Value: $5,190 37720 CO RD 162 Year 2012 Tax $83.68 Interest $5.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $114.54 R115245 KELLY ARTHUR W KELLY WENDY H 39540 CO RD 013 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-8903 Parcel: 7418200338 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALA S2 LOT 1(SW4NW4): 18 7 64 28.76 A PART Actual Value: $509,679 39540 CO RD 13 Year 2012 Tax $0.00 Interest $33.27 Penalty $0.00 Other $41.73 Total Due: $75.00 R118761 KORINEK JOHN F KORINEK JOLIE 28766 HWY 024 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 4000418761 Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 60 PAR IN SW4SE4, SE4SW4 LYING NORTH OF THE HWY/ PART IS BACK TO SURFACE TOTAL MRA 37Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $255 Year 2012 Tax $5.68 Interest $0.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.08 R118746 K PRIMM ASSOCIATES PO BOX 515 ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 8422300508 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALA SW4, PAR IN SW4SE4: 22 8 64 Actual Value: $253,512 6236 CO RD 132,3638 CO RD 132 Year 2012 Tax $1,911.20 Interest $133.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,069.98 R104420 KRAUS JOANN B 642 PINEWICKET WAY PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 6515405004 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: SMOKY HILL RANCHES Block: 004 Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $282,706 642 PINEWICKET WAY Year 2012 Tax $1,297.48 Interest $90.82 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,413.30 R102123 LARSON JOHN CO-TRUSTEES ANDERSON CHILDREN TRUST HODGES DONALD PO BOX 15013 ODESSA, TX 79768 Parcel: 4038116231 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 Actual Value: $380 Year 2012 Tax $8.88 Interest $0.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $64.50 R100676 LEE RANDAL C & CYNTHIA M 8245 CAMFIELD CIR COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80920 Parcel: 0331401002 Section: 31 Township: 10 Range: 63 Subdivision: HIDE-A-WAY RANCHES Block: 4 Lot: 3 (TOTAL 8.140 A) Actual Value: $83,842 9896 INDIAN TRL Year 2012 Tax $1,684.16 Interest $117.89 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,827.05 R100105 LIPPINCOTT DWAYNE S DELANCEY DEBBIE A PO BOX 532 SIMLA, CO 80835 Parcel: 0026310006 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.269 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 12 Lot: 11 THRU:- Lot: 15, :W78’ , :W78’, :W78’, :W78’, :W78’ Actual Value: $193,588 701 CARIBOU ST Year 2012 Tax $2,288.30 Interest $45.76 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,359.06 R117579 LITTLEJOHN MARK 909 SAWMILL RD MCKINNEY, TX 75070-2890 Parcel: 6511400181 Section: 11 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: WHITNER MINOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $175,500 46325 LITTLEJOHN CIR Year 2012 Tax $4,538.96 Interest $317.73 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,881.69 R117217 LIVINGSTON INA P & JOHNSTON PAMELA C 12148 CO RD 133 SIMLA, CO 80835-9616 Parcel: 1931300125 Section: 31 Township: 11 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALO NW4SW4 SW4SW4 31 11 59 86.87 Actual Value: $210,692 12148 CO RD 133,12150 CO RD 133 Year 2012 Tax $1,353.92 Interest $94.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,473.69


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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

R120123 LONGTRIP, LLC 5433 NEWPORT STREET COMMERCE CITY, CO 80022 Parcel: 4740940370 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 2012 Tax $2.52 Interest $0.18 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $57.70

R101882 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 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: $1,100 Year 2011 Tax $25.84 Interest $4.91 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Year 2012 Tax $25.84 Interest $1.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.35 Total Due: $130.75

R107116 NOAH AMY L 40465 COUNTY ROAD 153-157 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7912108005 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: AGATE ORIGINAL Block: 3 Lot: 5 THRU:- Lot: 9 Actual Value: $45,943 40760 FIRST AVE Year 2012 Tax $101.42 Interest $6.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $132.51

R120324 OWENS RORY G 220 CHAPEL HILL DRIVE PROSPER, TX 75078 Parcel: 4085120324 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 TRACT IN S2 (TOTAL MRA 1.99)Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $14 Year 2012 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90

R107117 NOAH AMY L 40465 COUNTY ROAD 153-157 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7912108006 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: AGATE ORIGINAL Block: 3 Lot: 1 THRU:- Lot: 4 Actual Value: $37,009 40786 FIRST AVE Year 2012 Tax $81.46 Interest $4.89 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $111.35

R100229 PAYNTER FREDERICK A PO BOX 283 SIMLA , CO 80835283 Parcel: 0035209006 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.172 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 7 Lot: 17 AND:- Lot: 18 Actual Value: $44,302 431 PUEBLO AVE Year 2012 Tax $347.24 Interest $24.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $396.55

R103317 MARRS FAMILY FARMS LLLP 4732 S DANUBE CIR AURORA, CO 80015 Parcel: 6203100032 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 62 Section: 3 Township: 6 Range: 62Subdivision: RURALA ALL 10 6 62 640.00 A. PART OF 3 6 62 315.41 A. Actual Value: $20,627 Year 2012 Tax $350.44 Interest $24.53 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $399.97 R102608 MEINHART ARTHUR E 1001 MCKINNEY ST STE 1445 HOUSTON, TX 77002-6418 Parcel: 4074210365 Section: 21 Township: 7 Range: 64Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SW4SE4 21 7 64 40 ACRES 1/6 INTEREST 6.67 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $30 Year 2012 Tax $0.84 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.90 R115478 MELLAND ASSOCIATES PO BOX 1198 PARKER, CO 80134-1198 Parcel: 0403105016 Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 64 NE4NE4 Subdivision: ELBERT SCOTTS ADDITION Block: 5 (TOTAL 0.708 A) Actual Value: $19 Year 2012 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81 R115479 MELLAND ASSOCIATES PO BOX 1198 PARKER, CO 80134-1198 Parcel: 0403110001 Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELBERT SCOTTS ADDITION Block: 5N PART OF PAR LYING IN THE TWN LIMITS SEPARATED FROM ORIG. DUE TO TWN LIMITS & DIFFERENT TAX DIST. (TOTAL 1.469 A) Actual Value: $38 Year 2012 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81 R117722 MELLEMA FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP PO BOX 1198 PARKER, CO 80134-1198 Parcel: 8407421002 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH TOWNHOMES PHASE 2 Lot: E AND:Lot: Thru E2 Actual Value: $147,770 473 N BANNER ST #E Year 2012 Tax $1,238.40 Interest $86.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,350.09 R108650 MESSENGER PARTNERS, LLC 7964 KELTY TRAIL FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 8418130003 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH PHILLIPS ADD 3RD AMENDMENT Block: 028 Lot: 007A AND:- Lot: 008A Actual Value: $36,353 120 E WALNUT ST Year 2012 Tax $1,109.92 Interest $77.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,212.61 R108652 MESSENGER PARTNERS, LLC 7964 KELTY TRAIL FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 8418131001 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH PHILLIPS ADD 3RD AMENDMENT Block: 030 Lot: 001A AND:- Lot: Thru 006A Actual Value: $54,884 120 E WALNUT ST Year 2012 Tax $1,676.48 Interest $117.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,818.83 R116328 MEYER THOMAS D & JACQUELINE E PO BOX 2347 ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 6330300175 Section: 30 Township: 6 Range: 63 PAR IN SW4 (61.482)Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $377,407 43675 PVT RD 39 Year 2012 Tax $2,388.04 Interest $167.16 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,580.20 R120291 MG LAND INVESTMENTS LLC 7108-M SOUTH ALTON WAY CENTENNIAL, CO 80112 Parcel: 6432100296 Section: 32 Township: 6 Range: 64 PAR IN N2Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $108,036 Year 2012 Tax $4,398.12 Interest $307.87 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,730.99 R120293 MG LAND INVESTMENTS LLC 7108-M SOUTH ALTON WAY CENTENNIAL, CO 80112 Parcel: 6432200298 Section: 32 Township: 6 Range: 64 PAR IN W2Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $120,981 Year 2012 Tax $4,924.52 Interest $344.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,294.24 R104959 MILLER TIMOTHY & DEBRA A 22198 AMETHYST RD DEER TRAIL, CO 80105 Parcel: 7108304004 Section: 8 Township: 7 Range: 61Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 010 Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $18,404 22132 AMETHYST RD Year 2012 Tax $95.48 Interest $6.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $127.16 R104958 MILLER TIMOTHY L & DEBRA A 22198 AMETHYST RD DEER TRAIL, CO 80105 Parcel: 7108304003 Section: 8 Township: 7 Range: 61Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 010 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $161,596 22198 AMETHYST RD Year 2012 Tax $840.88 Interest $58.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $924.74 R119790 MONKS CLAY C PO BOX 835 LIMON, CO 80828 Parcel: 0000017160 Section: 16 Township: 11 Range: 57 ALLSubdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Unit: AG45841 LEASE # AG45841 TERM:1/1/08-1/1/18 STATE LAND PARCEL Actual Value: $1,043 Year 2012 Tax $18.28 Interest $1.28 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $69.56 R120078 MONKS RICHARD D 39517 CR 153 AGATE , CO 80101 Parcel: 0000036659 Section: 36 Township: 6 Range: 59 UNIT: AG46000 - LEASE #AG46000 TERM:2/28/09 - 2/28/19 STATE LAND PARCEL 6936200027Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST Actual Value: $1,011 Year 2012 Tax $16.08 Interest $1.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $67.21

R115751 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7818200055 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN W2NW4 W OF RR Actual Value: $2,463 Year 2012 Tax $39.36 Interest $2.76 Penalty $0.00 Other $32.88 Total Due: $75.00 R115752 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7818400056 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN W2SE4: W OF RR Actual Value: $1,147 Year 2012 Tax $18.28 Interest $1.28 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $69.56 R119197 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7914400131 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NE4SE4: 14 7 59 Actual Value: $3,261 Year 2012 Tax $52.64 Interest $3.68 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $81.32 R116171 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7914300098 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA SW4 LESS NE4NE4SW4: 14 7 59 150 ACRES Actual Value: $18,545 Year 2012 Tax $298.16 Interest $20.87 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $344.03 R116064 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L 39517 CO RD 153 AGATE, CO 80101 Parcel: 7923200089 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 NW4Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $10,914 Year 2012 Tax $175.68 Interest $12.30 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $212.98

R101817 OAKS MARVIN R OAKS MARION L 09314 BLACKLEY ST TEMPLE CITY, CA 91780 Parcel: 4004197979 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 ACRES N2NW4 30 10 64 80 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS JOINT TENANTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $720 Year 2012 Tax $14.20 Interest $0.99 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $65.19 R116034 O BRIEN DUNCAN M 2 BAYBERRY LN WESTPORT , CT 06880-4025 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: 65Subdivision: 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: $4,690 Year 2012 Tax $114.64 Interest $8.02 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $147.66

R118675 MOORE SIMON BROWN-MOORE SHELLIE J 28541 SUNUP CIR ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 9511100227 Section: 11 Township: 9 Range: 65Subdivision: RURALA NE4NE4: 11 9 65 Actual Value: $3,395 Year 2012 Tax $79.92 Interest $5.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $110.51

R103043 O BRIEN DUNCAN M 2 BAYBERRY LN WESTPORT , CT 06880-4025 Parcel: 4092212560 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 62Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS W2 21 9 62 320 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 160.00 NET ACRES NW4 28 9 62 160 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 80.00 NET ACRES ALL 20 9 62 640 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 320.00 NET ACRES E2SE4 19 9 62 80 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 40.00 NET ACRES E2NE4-NE4SE4 29 9 62 120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $4,550 Year 2012 Tax $77.36 Interest $5.42 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $107.78

R110852 MORDEAUX GUY MORDEAUX KATHLEEN PO BOX 101 KIOWA, CO 80117-0101 Parcel: 5873340005 Section: 35 Township: 7 Range: 63IMPROVEMENTS ON LEASED LAND 73351-00-031 Actual Value: $1,628 Year 2012 Tax $27.56 Interest $1.93 Penalty $0.00 Other $45.51 Total Due: $75.00

R116320 OLD TRAILS LLC PO BOX 1869 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1869 Parcel: 2910100154 Section: 10 Township: 12 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NE4: 10 12 59 35.982 ACRES DESC Actual Value: $2,154 36820 CO RD 46 Year 2012 Tax $50.04 Interest $3.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $78.54

R107855 NAVARRO HECTOR LEPE NAVARRO MARIA TERESA 10709 MARCOTT ST PARKER, CO 80134 Parcel: 8407302004 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: SPROUSE CENTER (REPLAT OF HUGHES CENTER) Lot: 0001TOWN OF ELZABETH Actual Value: $595,957 225 W KIOWA AVE Year 2012 Tax $9,100.02 Interest $546.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $9,671.02

R116323 OLD TRAILS LLC PO BOX 1869 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1869 Parcel: 2910100156 Section: 10 Township: 12 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA Block: 004 Lot: 0000 PAR IN NE4: 10 12 59 35.975 ACRES DESC B624 P846 AKA TRACT 4 BOONE REZONE Actual Value: $2,154 10501 CO RD 149 Year 2012 Tax $50.04 Interest $3.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $78.54

R118367 NDIRA, INC. FBO MARCIA KAY BEACH LYONS, TRADITIONAL IRA 1070 W CENTURY DRIVE STE 101 LOUISVILLE, CO 80027 Parcel: 8411301012 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: WILLOW CREEK Lot: 0018 Actual Value: $37,288 7389 MOONDARRA CIR Year 2012 Tax $455.68 Interest $27.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $508.02

R116278 OLKJER AND SONS INC 7342 CO RD 74-82 ELBERT, CO 80106-8711 Parcel: 9433410016 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 64Subdivision: ELBERT ORIGINAL Lot: 60 AND:- Lot: 62 AND:Lot: 64 AND:- Lot: 66E ON KIOWA (TOTAL 0.481 A) Actual Value: $34,362 Year 2012 Tax $744.52 Interest $52.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $821.64

R100212 NEHL SHAWN F & LAURA LEE PO BOX 56 SIMLA, CO 80835-0056 Parcel: 0035205006 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.258 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 3 Lot: 14 THRU:- Lot: 16 Actual Value: $55,716 503 DEER ST Year 2012 Tax $437.00 Interest $30.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $492.59 R103307 NELSON PAUL ALLEN GOOD JUNE MARIE % JUNE M. GOOD P.O. BOX 1577 SANDIA PARK, NM 87047 Parcel: 6132100031 Subdivision: RURALA E2 32 6 61, S2SW4:NW4SW4: 33 6 61 NENW4: 4 7 61 Actual Value: $14,885 Year 2012 Tax $282.48 Interest $19.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $327.25 R104886 NELSON PAUL ALLEN & JUNE MARIE GOOD % JUNE M. GOOD P.O.BOX 1577 SANDIA PARK, NM 87047 Parcel: 7104100086 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 61 PARCEL IN E2E2 DESC B347 P632Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $5,855 41297 CO RD 97 Year 2012 Tax $111.16 Interest $7.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $143.94 R104896 NELSON PAUL ALLEN SR 41297 CO RD 97 DEER TRAIL, CO 80105 Parcel: 7104400085 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 61 PARCEL IN SE4 DESC B347 P630Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $4,718 Year 2012 Tax $89.60 Interest $6.27 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $120.87 R109524 NIELSEN FRANKLIN D & VALERIE J PO BOX 1432 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1432 Parcel: 8526401004 Section: 26 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: BLUEBIRD ESTATES Lot: 0007 Actual Value: $281,667 1516 BLUEBIRD TRL Year 2012 Tax $1,890.16 Interest $132.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,047.47

R100703 OLKJER DARRAN 23984 ELBERT ST ELBERT, CO 80106 Parcel: 0403103006 Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 64 (TOTAL 4.400 A) Subdivision: ELBERT SCOTTS ADDITION Lot: 1 THRU:- Lot: 22, E ON KIOWA ST 60’ WIDE +/- ON N SIDE: E ON STATE ST , E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST: 66’ X 141’ N OF LOT 2 W ON ELBERT ST , E ON KIOWA ST 60’ WIDE +/- ON N SIDE: E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST, E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST: W ON ELBERT ST , E ON KIOWA ST 60’ WIDE +/- ON N SIDE: E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST , E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST , E ON KIOWA ST 60’ WIDE +/- ON N SIDE: E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST , E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST , E ON STATE ST: E ON KIOWA ST: W ON KIOWA ST , E ON STATE ST: W ON KIOWA ST , E ON STATE ST: E ON KIOWA ST: W ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST: E ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST: E ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST: E ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST: E ON KIOWA ST, W ON KIOWA ST , W ON KIOWA ST: E ON KIOWA ST, W ON KIOWA ST Actual Value: $107,182 23984 ELBERT ST Year 2012 Tax $637.60 Interest $44.63 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $707.23 R108103 ORE KEITH 122 W MAIN ST FLORENCE, CO 81226-1422 Parcel: 8409104004 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: PINE RIDGE FIL 2 Block: 004 Lot: 0006 Actual Value: $139,968 5790 PINON DR Year 2012 Tax $939.16 Interest $65.74 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,029.90 R102738 ORIOLE OIL COMPANY 01560 E 21ST ST STE 300 TULSA, OK 74114-1302 Parcel: 4080042590 Section: 4 Township: 8 Range: 60Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SE4-S2NE4-NW4NE4-N2NW4 4 8 60 360 ACRES .03557 INTEREST 12.8 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $100 Year 2012 Tax $2.04 Interest $0.14 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $57.18

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R100674 PETERSON JAMES E 9630 CO RD 74-82 PEYTON, CO 80831 Parcel: 0331400080 Section: 31 Township: 10 Range: 63 :PAR IN S2S2 (TOTAL 36.00 A) Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $262,361 9648 CO RD 74-82 Year 2012 Tax $1,446.52 Interest $101.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,572.78 R118237 POHL SHELLEY 4505 W KIOWA CREEK RD ELBERT, CO 80106 Parcel: 0417200252 Section: 17 Township: 10 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALO PAR IN SE4NW4: 17 10 64 DESC B659 P812 Actual Value: $8,084 Year 2012 Tax $43.28 Interest $3.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $28.69 Total Due: $75.00 R109535 POTTER KATHLEEN A 11485 ANDERSON AVE FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 8527300016 Section: 27 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: RURALA W2SW4: 27 8 65 (80 A), NW4NW4: 34 8 65 Actual Value: $5,187 Year 2012 Tax $123.12 Interest $8.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $156.74 R109556 POTTER KATHLEEN A 11485 ANDERSON AVE FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 Parcel: 8534201004 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: CHISHOLM Lot: 0031 Actual Value: $719 103 BOZEMAN TRL Year 2012 Tax $17.72 Interest $1.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.96 R113691 RAY BRADLEY S PO BOX 660 KIOWA, CO 80117 Parcel: 8233300122 Section: 33 Township: 8 Range: 62 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 62Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4: 4 9 62 & IN SW4: 33 8 62 Actual Value: $290,453 17112 ST HWY 86 Year 2012 Tax $2,731.44 Interest $191.20 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,947.64 R113692 RAY BRADLEY S PO BOX 660 KIOWA, CO 80117 Parcel: 9204200118 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 62Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4 DESC B564 P181 Actual Value: $1,310 Year 2012 Tax $22.28 Interest $1.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $73.84 R103601 RIHANEK JAMES D RIHANEK MARYNETTE 3908 CO RD 186 PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 6408300003 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 64Subdivision: HILLSIDE RANCHES AMENDED Lot: 0016 Actual Value: $174,746 4021 CO RD 186 Year 2012 Tax $4,519.32 Interest $316.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,860.67 R100069 RIVERA DONALD A GULICK BRENDA A PO BOX 314 CALHAN, CO 80808-0314 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: $25,545 200 WASHINGTON AVE,202 WASHINGTON AVE Year 2012 Tax $873.81 Interest $61.17 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $959.98 R100144 RIVERA DONALD A & GULICK BRENDA L PO BOX 314 CALHAN, CO 80808-0314 Parcel: 0027406008 Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 60Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 7:N 100’ OF E2 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Actual Value: $6,851 330 BUFFALO ST Year 2012 Tax $1,217.11 Interest $85.20 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,327.31 R105040 ROCKY MOUNTAIN STRUCTURAL MOVERS INC 45713 COAL CREEK DR PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 7109302002 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 004 Lot: 0006 Actual Value: $55,431 23358 EMERALD TRL Year 2012 Tax $288.36 Interest $20.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $333.55 R120278 ROLLIN TRIM & CABINETRY INC 46153 COAL CREEK DRIVE PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 4620820006 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 62 W2NW4 (80 ACRES) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $552 Year 2012 Tax $9.36 Interest $0.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $65.02 R108780 SANDERSON ALLEN A PO BOX 621593 LITTLETON, CO 80162 Parcel: 8418212017 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: ELIZABETH HOMESITES Lot: 0140 Actual Value: $45,162 848 S MOBILE ST Year 2012 Tax $378.04 Interest $26.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $429.50 R101508 SANDSTEAD RICHARD 20187 CO RD 149 MATHESON, CO 80830 Parcel: 2926300027 Section: 26 Township: 12 Range: 59 SW4SW4SW4 Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $17,298 7000 CO RD 149 Year 2012 Tax $111.40 Interest $7.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $144.20

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ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R100178 SANDSTEAD RICHARD L 20187 CO RD 149 MATHESON, CO 80830 Parcel: 0035201004 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 1 Block: 22 Lot: 7 AND:- Lot: 8 Actual Value: $63,008 312 UTE AVE,314 UTE AVE Year 2012 Tax $495.20 Interest $34.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $554.86 R100255 SCHERER CARL P PO BOX 396 SIMLA, CO 80835 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: $100,745 401 DAKOTA AVE Year 2012 Tax $791.16 Interest $55.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $871.54 R117897 SCHMEISER ESTEL FRANK FAMILY TRUST SCHMEISER HELEN DIMMITT FAMILY TRUST 21050 CO RD 197 LIMON, CO 80828 Parcel: 0714300162 Section: 14 Township: 10 Range: 57Subdivision: RURALASW4 Actual Value: $175,493 21400 CO RD 197 Year 2012 Tax $1,084.76 Interest $75.93 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,185.69 R100111 SEAWELL LOVEY S & APRIL C PO BOX 455 SIMLA, CO 80835-0455 Parcel: 0026311008 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.603 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 19 Lot: 10 THRU:- Lot: 16 Actual Value: $32,923 811 CARIBOU ST Year 2012 Tax $941.12 Interest $65.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,032.00 R107640 SHARKEY WILLIAM V 01908 ROSEMARY ST DENVER, CO 80220-0567 Parcel: 8335301001 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: HAWKEYE RANCHES AMENDMENT 2 (LOTS 18 & 1 Lot: 0019 Actual Value: $322,930 30274 ARROYO DR Year 2012 Tax $1,506.08 Interest $105.43 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,636.51 R110323 SHERMAN LEE & SHERMAN DEBRA 20586 EAGLE FEATHER LN ELBERT, CO 80106 Parcel: 9435300120 Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 64 PARC IN SW4 1.50 ASubdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $155,584 7211 CO RD 98 Year 2012 Tax $1,182.64 Interest $82.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,290.42 R118105 SKYVIEW2020 LLC 700 COLORADO BLVD STE 329 DENVER, CO 80206 Parcel: 7325200259 Section: 25 Township: 07 Range: 63Subdivision: SKY VIEW RANCH Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $25,990 Year 2012 Tax $441.84 Interest $30.93 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $497.77 R104920 SNYDER JEFFERY D & CONNIE S 07973 WYANDOT ST DENVER, CO 80221 Parcel: 7107100002 Section: 7 Township: 7 Range: 61Subdivision: CHAPARRAL VALLEY UNIT 1 Lot: 0017 Actual Value: $17,730 21500 WAY OF JOY Year 2012 Tax $336.08 Interest $23.53 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $384.61 R113034 SOTOMAYOR DANIEL J SOTOMAYOR NANCY A PO BOX 025 RAMAH, CO 80832-0025 Parcel: 0035233002 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 3 Block: 002 Lot: 0000SIMLA ADDITION 3 W2 OF BLOCK 2 150’X99.57’X150.02’X97’ 14,744SF .34A Actual Value: $7,331 903 LIPTRAP ST Year 2012 Tax $1,276.88 Interest $89.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,391.26 R113673 STEINKE DONALD E STEINKE SUSAN K 05007 POLECAT PL ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 8404200398 Section: 4 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: BRENEMAN SUBDIVISION FIRST AMENDMENT FP Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $500,011 5007 POLECAT PL Year 2012 Tax $3,355.36 Interest $234.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,615.24 R112261 STUCKEY GLENN A & LISA M 18952 WEDEMEYER ROAD KIOWA, CO 80117 Parcel: 8222100106 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 62 SE4NE4, N2NE4SE4, EAST 50’ NE4NE4 (1.5) TOTAL 61.50 MOLSubdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $91,004 18952 WEDEMEYER RD Year 2012 Tax $563.76 Interest $39.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $628.22 R100292 STUDOR ALYNN L 708 MESA VALLEY RD COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80907-5902 Parcel: 0035217001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.258 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 5 Lot: 20 THRU:- Lot: 22 Actual Value: $43,060 505 SIOUX AVE Year 2012 Tax $338.36 Interest $23.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $387.05 R117652 STUKE HERMAN A 29647 COUNTY ROAD 125 SIMLA, CO 80835-9703 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 799.986Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $107,035 29647 CO RD 125 Year 2012 Tax $1,238.44 Interest $86.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,350.13 R101472 SULLIVAN COLLINS J 00967 W 7TH ST OXNARD, CA 93030 Parcel: 2906300009 Section: 17 Township: 12 Range: 59 N2: 17 12 59 320 A NE4: 18 12 59 Actual Value: $7,493 33723 CO RD 42 Year 2012 Tax $110.60 Interest $7.74 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $143.34


L4 Elbert County Public Notices

October 17, 2013 Ownership Statement

Public Notice UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation (All Periodicals Publications Except Requester Publications) 1. Publication Title: Elbert County News 2. Publication Number: 171-100 3. Filing Date: October 7, 2013 4. Issue Frequency: Weekly 5. Number of Issues Published Annually: 52 6. Annual Subscription Price: $20.00 7. Complete Mailing Address of Known Office of Publication (Not Printer): 9137 Ridgeline Blvd., Suite 210 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129 Contact Person: Sandra Arellano Telephone (include Area Code): 303-566-4071 8. Complete Mailing Address of Headquarters or General Business Office Of Publisher (Not Printer): 9137 Ridgeline Blvd., Suite 210 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129 9. Full Names and Complete Mailing

Addresses of Publisher, Editor, and Managing: Publisher: Gerard Healey, 9137 Ridgeline Blvd., Suite 210 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129 Editor: Chris Rotar, 9137 Ridgeline Blvd., Suite 210 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129 Managing Editor: Chris Rotar, 9137 Ridgeline Blvd., Suite 210 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129 10. Owner: Full Name and Complete Mailing Address Gerard Healey, 9137 Ridgeline Blvd., Suite 210 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129 Ann Macari Healey, 9137 Ridgeline Blvd., Suite 210 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129 11. Known Bondholders. Mortgagees, and Other Security Holders Owning or Holding 1 Percent or More of Total Amount of Bonds, Mortgages, or Other Securities. If none, check box [X] None 12. Tax Status (Check one) The purpose, function, and nonprofit status of this organization

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ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED CARE OF ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TAX INT ADV TOTAL R101601 SULLIVAN COLLINS J 00967 W 7TH ST OXNARD, CA 93030 Parcel: 3903100069 Section: 3 Township: 13 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA LOT 1(NE4NE4); LOT 2(NW4NE4); SE4NE4: 3 13 59 118.02 A 19.671 NET A 1/6 UNDIVIDED INTEREST Actual Value: $425 Year 2012 Tax $9.20 Interest $0.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $64.84 R120131 SULLIVAN FAMILY PARTNERSHIP A FLORIDA GENERAL PARTNERSHIP ELZALENE SULLIVAN & JAMES K SULLIVAN PARTNERS PO BOX 1001 FT LAUDERDALE, FL 33302 Parcel: 4082022765 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 62 15.0% INTEREST IN E2 (40.46 A TOTAL MRA 6.069) TAX DISTRICT 7 Section: 6 Township: 8 Range: 64 15 % INTEREST IN NE4SE4 (40 ACRES TOTAL MRA 6) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 24 Township: 9 Range: 65 15 % INTEREST IN SW4 LYING S & W OF CO RD( 37.50 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 5.625) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 23 Township: 9 Range: 65 15% INTEREST IN E2SE4-E2E2W2SE4 (25.00 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 3.75) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 12 Township: 9 Range: 65 15% INTEREST IN S2 ( 80.00 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 12) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 13 Township: 9 Range: 65 15% INTEREST IN N2 LESS 1 ACRE IN NE4 FOR SCHOOL (79.75 NET ACRES TOTAL 11.96 MRA) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 61 15% INTEREST IN SW4NW4; W2SE4NW4: (60 ACRES TOTAL MRA ACRES 9) TAX DISTRICT 7 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 64 15% INTEREST IN SW4SE4-N2SE4-SE4NE4 (53.33 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 7.999) TAX DISTRICT 18 TOTAL MRA 62.389Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $430 Year 2012 Tax $9.88 Interest $0.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $65.57 R104484 SUMMERS CHARLES G III 43793 BUCKSKIN RD PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 6527201014 Section: 27 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: MEADOW STATION Lot: 00021/77 INT IN COMMON PROPERTY Actual Value: $384,861 43793 BUCKSKIN RD Year 2012 Tax $3,405.24 Interest $238.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,668.61 R120308 SUNWEST OF COLORADO INC PO BOX 1869 EIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 4010290059 Section: 11 Township: 12 Range: 59 S2 EXCEPT B657 P632 (1/2 INT) Section: 10 Township: 12 Range: 59 BOONE REZONE TRACT 1-4 (1/2 INT) Actual Value: $1,532 Year 2012 Tax $35.52 Interest $2.49 Penalty $0.00 Other $36.99 Total Due: $75.00 R101496 SWARM JOHN D SWARM N CHRISTINE 9165 CO RD 137 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 2918400068 Section: 18 Township: 12 Range: 59 PAR IN E2SE4: DESC B576 P78 53.918 A MOL Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $81,390 09165 CO RD 137 Year 2012 Tax $607.12 Interest $42.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $674.62 R119966 SWEET RANCH LLLP 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 8016400094 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 17 Township: 8 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 19 Township: 8 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 30 Township: 8 Range: 60 :ALL Section: 31 Township: 8 Range: 60 :ALL LESS RADIO FACILITY Section: 16 Township: 8 Range: 60 :S2 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 60 :E2NE4, SW4NE4, SE4 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 61 :ALL Section: 24 Township: 8 Range: 61 :ALL Section: 25 Township: 8 Range: 61 :ALL Section: 36 Township: 8 Range: 61 N2: PAR IN S2 Subdivision: RURALA TOTAL ACRES 6214.745 Actual Value: $180,558 26750 CO RD 122 Year 2012 Tax $2,573.80 Interest $180.17 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,778.97

and the exempt status for federal income tax purposes: [ ] Has Not Changed During Preceding 12 Months [ ] Has Changed During Preceding 12 Months 13. Publication Title: Elbert County News 14. Issue Date for Circulation Data Below: 09/19/13 15. Extent and Nature Of Circulation: Average No. Copies of Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months: No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filling Date: a. Total Number of Copies (Net Press Run): 494 475 b. Paid Circulation (By Mail and outside the Mail) (1) Mailed Outside-County Paid Subscriptions Stated on PS Form 3541 (include paid distribution above nominal rate, advertiser’s proof copies, and exchange copies) 89 34 (2) Mailed In-County Paid Subscriptions

Stated on PS Form 3541 (include paid distribution above nominal rate, advertiser’s proof copies, and exchange copies) 118 140 (3) Paid Distribution Outside the Mails including Sales Through Dealers and Carriers, Street Vendors, Counter Sales, and Other Paid Distribution Outside USPS® 84 83 (4) Paid Distribution by Other Classes of Mail Through the USPS (e.g. First Class®) 0 0 c. Total Paid Distribution (Sum of 15b (1), (2), (3). and (4) 291.00 257.00 d. Free or Nominal Rate Distribution (By Mail and Outside the Mail) (1) Free or Nominal Rate Outside-County Copies included on PS Form 3541 0 0 (2) Free or Nominal Rate In-County Copies included on PS Form 3541 0

0 (3) Free or Nominal Rate Copies Mailed at other Classes Through The USPS (e.g. First-Class Mail) 12 14 (4) Free or Nominal Rate Distribution Outside the Mail (Carriers or other means) 10 10 e. Total Free or Nominal Rate Distribution (Sum of 15d (1), (2), (3) and (4) 22 24 f. Total Distribution (Sum of 15c and 15e) 313 281 g. Copies not Distributed (See Instructions to Publishers #4 (Page #3) 181 194 h. Total (Sum of 15f and g) 494 475 i. Percent Paid (15c divided by 15f times 100) 92.97 percent 91.46 percent

PUBLIC NOTICES

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16. Publication of Statement of Ownership [X] If the publication is a general publication, publication of this statement is required. Will be printed in the 10/17/13 issue of this publication. 17. Signature and Title of Editor, Publisher, Business Manager, or Owner Gerard J. Healey Date 10.7.13 I certify that all information furnished on this form is true and complete. I understand that anyone who furnishes false or misleading information on this form or who omits material or information requested on the form may be subject to criminal sanctions (including fines and imprisonment) and/or civil sanctions (including civil penalties). First Publication: October 17, 2013 Last Publication: October 17, 2013 Publisher: The Elbert County News

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R118152 THAYER GRANT E 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 7916200124 Section: 16 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN W2: 16 7 59 DESC B666 P315 Actual Value: $1,511 Year 2012 Tax $24.40 Interest $1.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $48.89 Total Due: $75.00

R119454 THAYER PATTI JO 24603 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832-9705 Parcel: 7917100142 Section: 17 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA N2, PAR IN SW4 & SE4 Actual Value: $15,662 Year 2012 Tax $182.88 Interest $3.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $211.54

R117880 THAYER GRANT E 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 8126300105 Section: 26 Township: 8 Range: 61Subdivision: RURALAPAR IN W2 Actual Value: $527 Year 2012 Tax $8.80 Interest $0.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $64.42

R116079 THAYER PATTI JO THAYER GRANT E 24603 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832-9705 Parcel: 8134300084 Section: 33 Township: 8 Range: 61 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 61Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN 33 & 34-8-61 Actual Value: $264,935 24603 CO RD 122 Year 2012 Tax $1,634.40 Interest $114.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,773.81

R106716 TULL MARC B HENNESSY SHEILA M PO BOX 1935 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1935 Parcel: 7534101027 Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 65Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 01 Lot: 0025 Actual Value: $282,652 36768 VIEW RIDGE DR Year 2012 Tax $1,896.88 Interest $132.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,054.66

R104382 WHELCHEL ANDREW J III & DARLA R 45844 NORTH DELBERT ROAD PARKER, CO 80138 Parcel: 6515200057 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65 PAR IN SW4NW4 (3.99 MOL)Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $176,770 125 CORSAIR CIR Year 2012 Tax $1,254.68 Interest $87.83 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,367.51

R116095 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI J 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 7915400093 Section: 15 Township: 7 Range: 59Subdivision: BIJOU CREEK RANCH PAR IN S2: 15 7 59 DESC B616 P132 Actual Value: $222,756 39200 CO RD 147 Year 2012 Tax $982.60 Interest $68.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,076.38 R120310 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 4089120310 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 59 1/2 INT MRA Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 59 1/2 INT MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $4,416 Year 2012 Tax $70.92 Interest $4.96 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $100.88 R120311 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 4089120311 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 59 240 ACRES Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 59 W2W2, E2E2 80 ACRESSubdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $2,209 Year 2012 Tax $51.68 Interest $3.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $80.30 R114049 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 6034100092 Section: 3 Township: 7 Range: 60 Section: 34 Township: 6 Range: 60Subdivision: RURALA LOT 1 (NE4NE4) 40.48 A:LOT 2 (NW4NE4) 40.52A:LOT 3 (NE4NW4) 40.56 A:LOT 4 (NW4NW4) 40.26 A:S2N2:SW4:W2SE4: 3 7 60 TOTAL ACRES 562.16 SE4:S2NE4:W 990’ NW4NE4: 34 6 60 268.06 A TOTAL ACRES 830.22 Actual Value: $33,236 Year 2012 Tax $533.68 Interest $37.36 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $596.04 R115088 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80136 Parcel: 6035300107 Section: 35 Township: 6 Range: 60Subdivision: RURALA S2: 35-06-60 320 ACRES Actual Value: $354,818 42020 CO RD 125 Year 2012 Tax $2,003.44 Interest $140.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,168.68 R119141 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 7004100056 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 60Subdivision: RURALA E2: 4 7 60 Actual Value: $6,281 Year 2012 Tax $119.00 Interest $8.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $152.33 R119969 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 7915300144 Section: 16 Township: 7 Range: 59 PAR IN SE4 Section: 15 Township: 7 Range: 59 PARCEL IN SW4 TOTAL 60 ACRES DESC B718 P513Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,295 Year 2012 Tax $21.04 Interest $1.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $72.51

R112239 THAYER FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 4081112239 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 61Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS PARCEL IN SW4: 20-8-61 60 A. 1/2 MINERAL INTEREST 30 A. NET Actual Value: $210 Year 2012 Tax $3.52 Interest $0.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.77

R119970 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 7916400145 Section: 16 Township: 7 Range: 59 PAR IN SE4 TOTAL ACRES 60.06 DESC B718 P513Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,297 Year 2012 Tax $21.04 Interest $1.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $72.51

R119961 THAYER GRANT E 24063 CR 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 0000079321 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 59 ALL Section: 16 Township: 8 Range: 59 E2 Section: 26 Township: 8 Range: 59 ALL Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 59 E2 Section: 32 Township: 8 Range: 59 ALL Subdivision: POSSESSORY INTEREST REC LEASE# 70383; EXPIRES 5-24-2013 Actual Value: $5,931 Year 2012 Tax $95.32 Interest $6.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $126.99

R119971 THAYER GRANT E & PATTI JO 24063 CO RD 122 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 7916400146 Section: 16 Township: 7 Range: 59 PAR IN SE4 DESC B718 P513 TOTAL 60.10 ACRES Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,298 Year 2012 Tax $21.04 Interest $1.47 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $72.51

R102114 THOMAS SIDNEY B % THOMAS JAMES B GUARDIAN 00001 COWLES CIR POQUOSON, VA 23662 Parcel: 4038066650 Section: 6 Township: 13 Range: 58 S2 6 13 58 309 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 154.5 NET ACRES SW4SW4 5 13 58 40 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 20 NET ACRES W2NW4 7 13 58 69 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 34.50 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,450 Year 2012 Tax $33.92 Interest $2.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $38.71 Total Due: $75.00 R102156 THOMAS SIDNEY B % THOMAS JAMES B GUARDIAN 00001 COWLES CIR POQUOSON, VA 23662 Parcel: 4039124740 Section: 12 Township: 13 Range: 59 SE4 1 13 59 160 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 80 NET ACRES N2NE4 12 13 59 80 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 40 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $830 Year 2012 Tax $18.44 Interest $1.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $69.73 R108525 THUN THOMAS 359 FIRST STREET HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 Parcel: 8417203008 Section: 17 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: JIVANS REPLAT NO. 2 (LOT 2-E ONLY) Lot: 2-E1 Actual Value: $126,439 33760 CO RD 17 Year 2012 Tax $848.12 Interest $59.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $932.49 R106162 TIMBER RIDGE LLC SITUS ASSET MANAGEMENT ATTN:TAX DEPARTMENT 4665 SOUTHWEST FREEWAY HOUSTON, TX 77027 Parcel: 7514200001 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 65 W2, SW4SE4, LESS 1.5 ACRE IN SW4SW4 TOTAL ACRES 478.5 Section: 15 Township: 7 Range: 65 ALL LESS 2 A IN SE4SE4 TOTAL 638.00Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $38,316 1001 CO RD 158 Year 2012 Tax $936.64 Interest $65.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,027.20 R106163 TIMBER RIDGE LLC SITUS ASSET MANAGEMENT ATTN:TAX DEPARTMENT 4665 SOUTHWEST FREEWAY HOUSTON, TX 77027 Parcel: 7514300002 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 65 284’ X 230’ IN SW4SW4 (1.50 ACRES) Section: 15 Township: 7 Range: 65 200’ X 435.5’ IN SE4SE4 (2.00 ACRES) Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $145,192 999 CO RD 158 Year 2012 Tax $974.56 Interest $68.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,067.78 R101497 TOWNLEY MARVIN L TOWNLEY ROBIN R 08863 CO RD 137 RAMAH, CO 80832 Parcel: 2919100093 Section: 19 Township: 12 Range: 59 E2: 320 A Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $39,394 8863 CO RD 137 Year 2012 Tax $590.16 Interest $41.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $656.47 R100070 TRACY KEVIN D & CARLA J PO BOX 142 SIMLA, CO 80835-0142 Parcel: 0026307003 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.676 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 8 Lot: 3 THRU:- Lot: 6 Actual Value: $42,741 206 WASHINGTON AVE Year 2012 Tax $336.40 Interest $23.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $384.95 R118580 TRACY RESOURCES INC 24906 E GEDDES CIR AURORA, CO 80016-5254 Parcel: 7501404023 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 65Subdivision: DEER CREEK FARM FILING 3A Lot: 0071 Actual Value: $66,710 2710 DEER CREEK DR Year 2012 Tax $1,786.12 Interest $125.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,936.15

R107625 TURNER GARY & STACI 11428 E. Parker Rd Parker, CO 80138 Parcel: 8334401002 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: HAWKEYE RANCHES Lot: 0023 Actual Value: $115,565 12524 HILLTOP PL Year 2012 Tax $588.96 Interest $41.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $655.19 R100313 TURNER RALPH R PO BOX 55 SIMLA, CO 80835 Parcel: 0035221007 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.258 A) Subdivision: SIMLA HEIGHTS Block: 7 Lot: 11 AND:- Lot: 12:N 25’ Actual Value: $40,975 605 NAVAJO AVE Year 2012 Tax $160.80 Interest $11.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $197.06 R101563 VERMILLION BETTY & JASON A 05789 CO RD 173 MATHESON, CO 80830 Parcel: 3801200002 Section: 1 Township: 13 Range: 58 Section: 12 Township: 13 Range: 58 Section: 2 Township: 13 Range: 58 Section: 3 Township: 13 Range: 58Subdivision: RURALA W2 OF SEC 1 , ALL OF SEC 2, E2NE4 OF SEC 3, N2 OF SEC 12 HAS GOV. LOTS TOTAL AC 1368.54 Actual Value: $117,581 42980 CO RD 26 Year 2012 Tax $2,175.80 Interest $152.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,353.11 R118808 VERMILLION JASON A 5789 CO RD 173 MATHESON, CO 80830 Parcel: 2833100081 Section: 33 Township: 12 Range: 58 :ALLSubdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 640 A) Actual Value: $39,093 Year 2012 Tax $915.52 Interest $64.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,004.61 R119680 WALKER ADAM G 10659 HEADLEY CV CORDOVA , TN 38016-5564 Parcel: 4061119680 Section: 18 Township: 6 Range: 61Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS E2 18 6 61 320 ACRES 1/60 INTEREST 5.333 MRA Actual Value: $37 Year 2012 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60 R107363 WEHRLI SCOTT E 9491 CO RD 134 KIOWA, CO 80117 Parcel: 8318300040 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 63 PARC IN SE4SW4 SEC 18 & NE4NW4 SEC Actual Value: $293,888 9491 CO RD 134 Year 2012 Tax $1,370.72 Interest $95.95 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,491.67 R107772 WELTON RICH LAFEVER BARBARA J PO BOX 1484 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1484 Parcel: 8405301002 Section: 5 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: BONNIE RIDGE Lot: 28 1/2 INTEREST IN COMMON PROPERTY Actual Value: $349,154 4393 BONNIE RIDGE DR Year 2012 Tax $2,343.72 Interest $164.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,532.78 R116322 WESCO DEVELOPMENT LLC PO BOX 1869 ELIZABETH, CO 80107-1869 Parcel: 2910100155 Section: 10 Township: 12 Range: 59Subdivision: RURALA Block: 003 Lot: 0000 PAR IN NE4: 10 12 59 36.014 ACRES DESC B624 P849 AKA TRACT 3 BOONE REZONE Actual Value: $2,156 10493 CO RD 149 Year 2012 Tax $50.88 Interest $3.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $79.44 R115238 WESTBANK RANCH GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB LTD 0607 WESTBANK ROAD GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO 81601 Parcel: 8321203003 Section: 21 Township: 8 Range: 63Subdivision: MTB SUB - MTB ANNEX - TOWN OF KIOWA Lot: 0002A LOT 2, MTB SUBDIVISION (LESS PARCEL DESC. B594, P876) MTB ANEXATION TO THE TOWN OF KIOWA REMAINING ACRES: 1 ACRE MOL MTB SUBDIVISION 1ST AMENDMENT LOT 2A Actual Value: $165,725 610 COMANCHE ST Year 2012 Tax $3,446.32 Interest $241.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,712.56

R103101 WILLS BARBARA A 10175 Sunnyside Ln COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80908-4113 Parcel: 4093328110 Section: 32 Township: 9 Range: 63Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS S2S2-NE4SW4-N2SE4SW4NE4 32 9 63 320 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 80.00 NET ACRES SW4SW4 33 9 63 40 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 10.00 NET ACRES ALL 5 10 63 640 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 160.00 NET ACRES NW4NW4 4 10 63 40 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 20.00 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $1,860 Year 2012 Tax $36.52 Interest $2.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $35.92 Total Due: $75.00 R101833 WILLS VICTOR W WILLS BARBARA A 10175 SUNNYSIDE LN COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80908-4113 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 2012 Tax $5.40 Interest $0.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.78 R120241 WISNER BERT T 1244 S LIBERTY POINT BLVD. PUEBLO WEST, CO 81007 Parcel: 4269120241 Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 59 (1/4 INTEREST IN E2 (320 ACRES) TOTAL MRA 80)Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $552 Year 2012 Tax $8.88 Interest $0.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $64.50 R108127 WOLF ROBERT L JR WOLF ROBIN ANITA 5077 Pine Ridge Drive ELIZABETH, CO 80107 Parcel: 8409201013 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: PINE RIDGE FIL 2 Block: 007 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $104,000 5149 PINE RIDGE DR Year 2012 Tax $698.04 Interest $48.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $771.90 R119784 WOODARD BRENDA KAY 13295 CALLISTO DR LITTLETON, CO 80124 Parcel: 4083119784 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 63 Section: 19 Township: 8 Range: 63 Section: 24 Township: 8 Range: 63PAR IN NW4: 20 8 63 3.3 A DESC B373 P258 1/8 INTEREST .41 MRA, PAR IN NE4 & SW4 & SE4: 19 8 63 266.3 A DESC B373 P258 1/8 INTEREST 33.285 MRA, PAR IN NE4SE4: 24 8 63 1.2 A DESC B373 P258 1/8 INTEREST .15 MRA TOTAL MRA 33.845 Actual Value: $234 Year 2012 Tax $4.12 Interest $0.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.41 R103266 WULF BARBARA A 45550 COTTONWOOD LN DEER TRAIL, CO 80105 Parcel: 6017200076 Tract: 20Section: 17 Township: 6 Range: 60Subdivision: COTTONWOOD ESTATES ( FALCON RANCH) Lot: 0020B473 P967 Actual Value: $47,400 45550 COTTONWOOD LN Year 2012 Tax $282.60 Interest $19.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $327.38 R109770 WYER ANDREW A & LYNDA C 27000 CO RD 105 RAMAH, CO 80832-9703 Parcel: 9124200023 Section: 24 Township: 9 Range: 61Subdivision: RURALA NW4: 24 9 61, LESS ROAD RIGHT OF Actual Value: $101,683 27000 CO RD 105 Year 2012 Tax $454.12 Interest $27.25 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $506.37 R102680 WYNN-CROSBY 1998 LTD 1000 LOUISIANA, STE 5600 HOUSTON, TX 77002 Parcel: 4078029874 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SW4NE4 2 7 58 40 ACRES 1/12 INTEREST 3.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $30 Year 2012 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60 R118379 ZOOK KIRSTEN CANTRELL 22547 Cottontail Ct Elbert, CO 80106-9621 Parcel: 9534101002 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 65Subdivision: PALMER DIVIDE RANCHES ON EAST CHERRY CREEK Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $132,592 24940 CAVE SPRING TRL Year 2012 Tax $2,599.92 Interest $181.99 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,806.91


Elbert County Public Notices L5

October 17, 2013 Elbert County Election Information

Dallas Schroeder Elbert County Clerk & Recorder

November 2nd, - 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. SAMPLE BALLOTS ARE INCLUDED IN NOTICE OF COORDINATED ELECTION ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, November 5, 2013. Monday, November 4th, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 THIS POSTING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013 p.m. OFFICE OF THE CLERK & RECORDER Big Sandy School District 100J NOTICE OF COORDINATED ELECTION received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, November 651 Beverly Street COUNTY OF ELBERT, STATE OF All locations below are open on Election Tuesday, November 5th, 7:00CO a.m.80107 – 7:00 10 BALLOT STYLES / FRONT-TOP Elizabeth, Douglas /County School District RE1 / TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013 5, 2013. BACK – BOTTOM COLORADO Day, November 5, 2013, 7:00 are a.m.open to 7:00 p.m. Day, All locations below on Election Rattlesnake p.m.: November 5, 2013, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.: OFFICE OF THE CLERK & RECORDER Friday November 1st, and Saturday November 2nd, Elbert School District 200 Additional information available Big Sandy School District 100J PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN COUNTY OF ELBERT, -10:00isa.m. to 5:00online p.m. Elizabeth C1 School District Main Office (Old Courthouse) at https://elbertcounty-co.gov, or by callDouglas County School District RE1 / / Rattlesnake ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS Elizabeth STATE OF COLORADO Main Office (Old Courthouse) Monday, November 4th, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. OF COLORADO REVISED STATUTES, 215 Comanche Street, 1stStreet, Floor 1st Floor ing (303) 621-3127. Tuesday, November 5th, 7:00 Rattlesnake a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Limon School District RE4J 215 Comanche Elbertonline SchoolatDistrict 200 Miami Yoder 60 JT School District SECTIONS 1-5-205, AND IN ACCORKiowa, CO 80117CO 80117 Kiowa, Additional information is available https:// PUBLIC NOTICE IS 1-5-207(2), HEREBY GIVEN OTHER PARTICIPATING JURISDICTIONS Elizabeth School District Peyton 23 JT School District 1-7.5-107(2.5) THATPROVISIONS A COORDINATED Replacement ballots available starting DANCE WITH THE OF COLORADO Monday - Friday, October 21st elbertcounty-co.gov, or by calling (303) C1 621-3127. October November 21st 2013 4th 2013, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. State of Colorado, Elizabeth / Rattlesnake ELECTIONSTATUTES, WILL BE HELD FOR THE 1-5-205, RESIREVISED SECTIONS 1-5Rattlesnake Fire Protection District Monday Fridays, - Friday, October 2013, 8:00 County of Elbert, OTHER PARTICIPATING JURISDICTIONS Limon School District RE4J Elbert County / State of Colorado DENTSAND OF THE COUNTY OF ELBERT, 207(2), 1-7.5-107(2.5) THAT A COORDINATOctober21st 18th, 25th, Miami YoderBig 60 JT School District STATE OF COLORADO, TUESDAY, a.m. - 4:30 Big Sandy School State Districtof100J, Colorado, County of Elbert, Sandy ED ELECTION WILL BEON HELD FOR THE RESIandp.m. November 1st 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m Douglas Peyton 23 JT School DistrictLegal Notice No.: 927796 THE 5TH OF COUNTY NOVEMBER, Saturdays, October November 18th &25th, 2nd and 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 DENTS OFDAY THE OF2013. ELBERT, STATE Saturday, p.m.County School SchoolDistrict districtRE1, 100J, Douglas County School District Elbert School District 200, Rattlesnake Fire Protection District 1st, 2013, 8:00 a.m. 5th - 4:30 p.m. OF COLORADO, ON TUESDAY, THE 5TH DAY November OF Tuesday, November 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. RE1, Elbert School District 200, First Publication: October 17, 2013 MAIL BALLOT DROP OFF ONLY: Elizabeth School District C1, School District C1, Elbert of Colorado VOTER SERVICE NOVEMBER, 2013.AND POLLING CENElizabeth LimonCounty School/ State District Last Publication: October 17, 2013 TER: The Voter Service and Polling Center The Elizabeth Library location is open for Limon School District RE4J, RE4J, Miami Yoder 60 JT School Publisher: The Elbert County News Replacement ballots available starting October Notice No.: 927796 (VSPC)SERVICE will be available to cast yourCENTER: ballot, ballot drop off2013 only on the following days Miami Yoder 60 JTDistrict, School District, Peyton 23 JT SchoolLegal District, Rattlesnake VOTER AND POLLING 21st First Publication: October 17, 2013 Peyton 23 JT School register vote, update your voter registraFireDistrict, Protection District. The VotertoService and Polling Center (VSPC) willand be hours: Rattlesnake Fire Protection District, Last Publication: October 17, 2013 Elizabeth Library tion, votetooncast an ADA votingto vote, update available your accessible ballot, register MAIL BALLOT DROP OFF ONLY: Publisher: TheINElbert County News 651 Beverly Elbert County. machine, a mailvote ballot, a accessible SAMPLE BALLOTS ARE INCLUDED THIS your voter receive registration, onrequest an ADA The Street Elizabeth Library location is open for ballot drop replacement ballot and deposit your mail Elizabeth, CO 80107 off only on the following days and hours: POSTING voting machine, receive a mail ballot, request a ballot. All locations are closed Sundays. All ballot.Friday 10 BALLOT STYLES / FRONT-TOP / replacement ballot and deposit your mail All November 1st, and Saturday * Elizabeth Library BACK – BELOW locations are closed Sundays. All ballots must be

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OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT FOR ELBERT COUNTY, COLORADO TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013

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BIG SANDY SCHOOL DISTRICT 100J Director Four Year Term (Vote for Two)

James R. Benner Lori Ellefson Kenneth R. Moore Paul Warnecke

Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

STATE Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME YES/FOR TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING REQUIREMENTS?

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COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1B SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE YEAR 2014, AND THEREAFTER BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES AS MAY BE GENERATED IN FUTURE YEARS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF MACHINERY AND MACHINE TOOLS BY AMENDING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION 07-75 DESCRIBING A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A COUNTY-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX, BY AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1(c) TO REQUIRE THE REPEAL AND RESCISSION OF THE EXEMPTION OF SUCH SALES FROM THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY IN EFFECT, TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, ADMINISTERED, AND ENFORCED IN THE 2014 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT COLLECTION YEAR, WHICH TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES FUND AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, TO BE AWARDED TO COLORADO RESIDENT BIDDERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH SALES AND USE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO YES CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW, ALL AS SET FORTH IN COUNTY RESOLUTION 07-75, AS AMENDED BY COUNTY RESOLUTION 13-37?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND “WARNING: Any person who, by use of force or other means, unduly influences an eligible elector to vote in any particular to refrain from voting, BE or who falsely APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ELBERT COUNTY GENERAL FUND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, ANDmanner SHALLorELBERT COUNTY PERMITTED TO makes, alters, forges, or counterfeits any mail ballot before or after it has been cast, or who destroys, defaces, mutilates, or tampers with a ballot is subject, upon conviction, COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH TAXES AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL to imprisonment, or to a fine, or both.” 1-7.5-107(3)(b) C.R.S. REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT YES LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

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Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

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October 17, 2013 Elbert County Sample Ballot Douglas School District RE 1

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DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT RE1 Director, District B Four Year Term (Vote for One)

Jim Geddes Barbra Chase Director, District D Four Year Term (Vote for One)

Julie A. Keim Judith Reynolds

Director, District E Four Year Term (Vote for One)

Doug Benevento Bill Hodges Director, District G Four Year Term (Vote for One)

Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME YES/FOR TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING REQUIREMENTS?

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Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1B SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE YEAR 2014, AND THEREAFTER BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES AS MAY BE GENERATED IN FUTURE YEARS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF MACHINERY AND MACHINE TOOLS BY AMENDING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION 07-75 DESCRIBING A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A COUNTY-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX, BY AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1(c) TO REQUIRE THE REPEAL AND RESCISSION OF THE EXEMPTION OF SUCH SALES FROM THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY IN EFFECT, TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, ADMINISTERED, AND ENFORCED IN THE 2014 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT COLLECTION YEAR, WHICH TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES FUND AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, TO BE AWARDED TO COLORADO RESIDENT BIDDERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH SALES AND USE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO YES CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW, ALL AS SET FORTH IN COUNTY RESOLUTION 07-75, AS AMENDED BY COUNTY RESOLUTION 13-37?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND “WARNING: Any person who, by use of force or other means, unduly influences an eligible elector to vote in any particular manner or to refrain from voting, or who falsely APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OForFUNDING COUNTY GENERAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES, SHALL BEconviction, PERMITTED TO makes, alters, forges, counterfeitsELBERT any mail ballot before or after it has FUND been cast, or who destroys, defaces, mutilates,AND or tampers withELBERT a ballot isCOUNTY subject, upon COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND DERIVED FROM SUCH TAXES AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL to imprisonment, or to aALL fine, REVENUES or both.” 1-7.5-107(3)(b) C.R.S. REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT YES LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

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BALLOT ISSUE 5A WITHOUT RAISING TAXES AND PROVIDED THAT THE RATTLESNAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT’S MILL LEVY SHALL NOT BE INCREASED WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL, SHALL RATTLESNAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ANY AND ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE DISTRICT ANNUALLY FROM ANY REVENUE, WHICH MAY INCLUDE, BUT SHALL NOT BE LIMITED TO, ALL TAXES, FEES, GRANTS AND CHARGES IMPOSED, COLLECTED, OR AUTHORIZED BY LAW TO BE IMPOSED OR COLLECTED BY THE DISTRICT, AND SHALL SUCH REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUE-RAISING, OR OTHER LIMITATION CONTAINED WITHIN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND WITHOUT REGARD TO THE PROPERTY TAX REVENUE LIMITATION IN C.R.S. § 29YES 1-301 OR ANY OTHER LAW OR STATUTE WHICH PURPORTS TO LIMIT THE DISTRICT’S REVENUES OR EXPENDITURES, ALL WITHOUT LIMITING IN ANY YEAR THE AMOUNT OF OTHER REVENUES THAT MAY BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT?

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Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

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October 17, 2013 Elbert County Sample Ballot Elbert School District 200 Trim

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ELBERT SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Director Four Year Term (Vote for Two)

Jerry Wichael Phil Brown Chris Williams John D. Read

Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

STATE Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME YES/FOR TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING REQUIREMENTS?

NO/AGAINST

COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1B SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE YEAR 2014, AND THEREAFTER BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES AS MAY BE GENERATED IN FUTURE YEARS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF MACHINERY AND MACHINE TOOLS BY AMENDING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION 07-75 DESCRIBING A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A COUNTY-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX, BY AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1(c) TO REQUIRE THE REPEAL AND RESCISSION OF THE EXEMPTION OF SUCH SALES FROM THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY IN EFFECT, TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, ADMINISTERED, AND ENFORCED IN THE 2014 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT COLLECTION YEAR, WHICH TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES FUND AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, TO BE AWARDED TO COLORADO RESIDENT BIDDERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH SALES AND USE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO YES CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW, ALL AS SET FORTH IN COUNTY RESOLUTION 07-75, AS AMENDED BY COUNTY RESOLUTION 13-37?

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BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND “WARNING: Any person who, by useELBERT of force orCOUNTY other means, unduly influences eligible electorEXPENDITURES, to vote in any particular or to refrain from voting, or falsely APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING GENERAL FUND an OPERATING ANDmanner SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BEwho PERMITTED TO makes, alters, forges, orALL counterfeits any mailDERIVED ballot before or afterSUCH it has been cast,AND or whoANY destroys, defaces, mutilates, or tampers with a ballotOF is subject, upon conviction, COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND REVENUES FROM TAXES EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS WHETHER THE ANNUAL to imprisonment, or to a fine, or both.” 1-7.5-107(3)(b) C.R.S. REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT YES LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

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Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

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October 17, 2013 Elbert County Sample Ballot Elizabeth C1 School District

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ELIZABETH SCHOOL DISTRICT C-1 Board of Education Four Year Term (Vote for Three)

Amilda Heckman

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Charles Williams Christopher Richardson Deb Spenceley Carol Hinds

Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME YES/FOR TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING REQUIREMENTS?

NO/AGAINST

Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

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COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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COUNTY BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ELBERT COUNTY GENERAL FUND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROMunduly SUCH TAXESanAND ANY EARNINGS OF WHETHER THEfalsely ANNUAL “WARNING: Any person who, by use of force or other means, influences eligible elector to vote in THEREON, any particular REGARDLESS manner or to refrain from voting, or who REVENUES FROM SUCH INcounterfeits ANY YEAR THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR INdestroys, WHICHdefaces, IT IS INmutilates, EFFECT THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT makes, alters,TAXES forges, or anyAFTER mail ballot before or after it has been cast, or who or EXCEED tampers with a ballot is subject, upon conviction, STATED ABOVE, AS A REVENUE to EITHER imprisonment, or VOTER-APPROVED to a fine, or both.” 1-7.5-107(3)(b) C.R.S.CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT YES LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

NO

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BALLOT ISSUE 3B SHALL ELIZABETH SCHOOL DISTRICT C-1 DEBT BE INCREASED $2.7 MILLION, WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $3.8 MILLION, AND SHALL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED UP TO $375,000 ANNUALLY, TO PROVIDE MATCHING MONEY FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE STATE OF COLORADO UNDER THE BUILDING EXCELLENT SCHOOLS TODAY (“BEST”) PROGRAM IN THE ANTICIPATED AMOUNT OF $915,404 (WHICH STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS CONTINGENT UPON THE PASSAGE OF THIS BALLOT ISSUE AND WHICH STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SHALL NOT REQUIRE REPAYMENT), FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PURPOSES, INCLUDING:

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BALLOT ISSUE 1B SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE YEAR 2014, AND THEREAFTER BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES AS MAY BE GENERATED IN FUTURE YEARS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF MACHINERY AND MACHINE TOOLS BY AMENDING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION 07-75 DESCRIBING A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A COUNTY-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX, BY AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1(c) TO REQUIRE THE REPEAL AND RESCISSION OF THE EXEMPTION OF SUCH SALES FROM THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY IN EFFECT, TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, ADMINISTERED, AND ENFORCED IN THE 2014 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT COLLECTION YEAR, WHICH TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES FUND AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, TO BE AWARDED TO COLORADO RESIDENT BIDDERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH SALES AND USE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO YES CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW, ALL AS SET FORTH IN COUNTY RESOLUTION 07-75, AS AMENDED BY COUNTY RESOLUTION 13-37?

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ACQUISITION OF EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND INSTALLATION OF SUCH SYSTEMS IN CLASSROOMS AND UPDATING OF SCHOOL FACILITIES WITH EMERGENCY ALARM AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS TO ENHANCE SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE; REPLACEMENT OF ROOFS AT SINGING HILLS ELEMENTARY AND ELIZABETH HIGH SCHOOL; REPAIRING, REPLACING AND INSTALLING NECESSARY BUILDING UPGRADES TO ENSURE HEALTH AND SAFETY NEEDS AT SCHOOL FACILITIES; ACQUIRING AND INSTALLING FENCING, GATES AND BERM WALLS TO ADDRESS SAFETY ISSUES AT VARIOUS DISTRICT FACILITIES; RESURFACE THE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND MODIFY THE POLE VAULT AREA TO ADDRESS SAFETY ISSUES; ACQUISITION OF NEW SCHOOL BUSES TO REPLACE AGING AND OBSOLETE FLEET AND TO ACQUIRE AND INSTALL AN ADDITIONAL FUEL STORAGE TANK TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BULK PURCHASE PRICING; AND

SUCH DEBT TO BE EVIDENCED BY THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, INSTALLMENT SALE OR LEASE PURCHASE AGREEMENTS, OR OTHER MULTIPLE FISCAL YEAR OBLIGATIONS WHICH EITHER MAY BE SOLD TO INVESTORS OR ISSUED TO THE STATE TREASURER UNDER THE “BEST” PROGRAM; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT UPON DETERMINATION OF THE BOARD THAT THE ABOVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ARE COMPLETE, ANY REMAINING UNSPENT PROCEEDS OF SUCH DEBT SHALL BE DEPOSITED INTO THE BOND REDEMPTION FUND AND USED TO PAY SUCH DEBT; AND SUCH DEBT TO BE SOLD OR ISSUED IN ONE SERIES OR MORE, FOR A PRICE ABOVE OR BELOW THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT THEREOF, ON TERMS AND CONDITIONS, AND WITH SUCH MATURITIES AS PERMITTED BY LAW AND AS THE DISTRICT MAY DETERMINE, INCLUDING PROVISIONS FOR REDEMPTION OF THE DEBT PRIOR TO MATURITY WITH OR WITHOUT PAYMENT OF A PREMIUM;

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AND SHALL THE MILL LEVY BE INCREASED IN ANY YEAR, WITHOUT LIMITATION OF RATE AND IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT OR ANY REFUNDING DEBT (OR TO CREATE A RESERVE FOR SUCH PAYMENT); AND SHALL THE DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE DEBT TO REFUND THE DEBT AUTHORIZED IN THIS QUESTION, PROVIDED THAT AFTER THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH REFUNDING DEBT THE TOTAL OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF ALL DEBT ISSUED PURSUANT TO THIS QUESTION DOES NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT SET FORTH ABOVE, AND PROVIDED FURTHER THAT ALL DEBT ISSUED BY THE DISTRICT PURSUANT TO THIS QUESTION IS ISSUED ON TERMS THAT DO NOT YES EXCEED THE REPAYMENT COSTS AUTHORIZED IN THIS QUESTION; AND SHALL SUCH TAX REVENUES AND THE EARNINGS FROM THE INVESTMENT OF SUCH BOND PROCEEDS AND TAX REVENUES BE COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW? NO

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ELBERT COUNTY, COLORA

BALLOT ISSUE 5A WITHOUT RAISING TAXES AND PROVIDED THAT THE RATTLESNAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT’S MILL LEVY SHALL NOT BE INCREASED WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL, SHALL RATTLESNAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ANY AND ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY THE DISTRICT ANNUALLY FROM ANY REVENUE, WHICH MAY INCLUDE, BUT SHALL NOT BE LIMITED TO, ALL TAXES, FEES, GRANTS AND CHARGES IMPOSED, COLLECTED, OR AUTHORIZED BY LAW TO BE IMPOSED OR COLLECTED BY THE DISTRICT, AND SHALL SUCH REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUE-RAISING, OR OTHER LIMITATION CONTAINED WITHIN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND WITHOUT REGARD TO THE PROPERTY TAX REVENUE LIMITATION IN C.R.S. § 29YES 1-301 OR ANY OTHER LAW OR STATUTE WHICH PURPORTS TO LIMIT THE DISTRICT’S REVENUES OR EXPENDITURES, ALL WITHOUT LIMITING IN ANY YEAR THE AMOUNT OF OTHER REVENUES THAT MAY BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT?

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OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT FOR ELBERT COUNTY, COLORADO TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013

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ELIZABETH SCHOOL DISTRICT C-1 Board of Education Four Year Term (Vote for Three)

Amilda Heckman Charles Williams Christopher Richardson Deb Spenceley Carol Hinds

Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an “amendment” proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a “proposition” proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A “yes/for” vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a “no/against” vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.

STATE Amendment 66 (CONSTITUTIONAL) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $950,100,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED THEREAFTER BY AMENDMENTS TO THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES CONCERNING FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, INCREASING THE CURRENT STATE INCOME TAX RATE ON INDIVIDUALS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS AND IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL RATE SO HIGHER AMOUNTS OF INCOME ARE TAXED AT HIGHER RATES; REQUIRING THE RESULTING INCREASES IN TAX REVENUES BE SPENT ONLY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PRESCHOOL THROUGH TWELFTH-GRADE PUBLIC EDUCATION; ALLOWING ALL TAX REVENUES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THIS MEASURE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL; REQUIRING AT LEAST 43% OF STATE SALES, EXCISE, AND INCOME YES/FOR TAX REVENUES BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE EDUCATION FUND; AND REPEALING CERTAIN EXISTING PUBLIC EDUCATION FUNDING REQUIREMENTS?

NO/AGAINST

Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 15% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY WITH THE FIRST $40,000,000 OF TAX REVENUES BEING USED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED BY THE STATE CONSTITUTION, AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 10% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE TAX REVENUES BEING USED TO FUND THE ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON THE RETAIL MARIJUANA INDUSTRY AND OTHER COSTS RELATED TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE USE AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL MARIJUANA AS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS YES/FOR THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15%, AND WITH THE RESULTING TAX REVENUE BEING ALLOWED TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW? NO/AGAINST

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ELBERT COUNTY, COLORADO

COUNTY BALLOT QUESTION 1A SHALL THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ELBERT COUNTY, IN CONCERT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER COLORADO COUNTIES PURSUE BECOMING THE 51ST STATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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COUNTY BALLOT ISSUE 1C SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED $1,045,374.60 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED FOUR MILLS FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ELBERT COUNTY GENERAL FUND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO “WARNING: Any person who, by use of force or other means, influences eligible elector to vote in THEREON, any particular REGARDLESS manner or to refrain voting, or who COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROMunduly SUCH TAXESanAND ANY EARNINGS OFfrom WHETHER THEfalsely ANNUAL makes, alters, forges, or counterfeits any mail ballot before or after it has been cast, or who destroys, defaces, mutilates, or tampers with a ballot is subject, upon conviction, REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT to imprisonment, or to a fine, or both.” 1-7.5-107(3)(b) C.R.S. STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT YES LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

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BALLOT ISSUE 3B SHALL ELIZABETH SCHOOL DISTRICT C-1 DEBT BE INCREASED $2.7 MILLION, WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $3.8 MILLION, AND SHALL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED UP TO $375,000 ANNUALLY, TO PROVIDE MATCHING MONEY FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE STATE OF COLORADO UNDER THE BUILDING EXCELLENT SCHOOLS TODAY (“BEST”) PROGRAM IN THE ANTICIPATED AMOUNT OF $915,404 (WHICH STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS CONTINGENT UPON THE PASSAGE OF THIS BALLOT ISSUE AND WHICH STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SHALL NOT REQUIRE REPAYMENT), FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PURPOSES, INCLUDING:

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BALLOT ISSUE 1B SHALL ELBERT COUNTY TAXES BE INCREASED BY $200,000 ANNUALLY FOR THE YEAR 2014, AND THEREAFTER BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES AS MAY BE GENERATED IN FUTURE YEARS THROUGH THE IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX ON THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF MACHINERY AND MACHINE TOOLS BY AMENDING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION 07-75 DESCRIBING A PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A COUNTY-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX, BY AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1(c) TO REQUIRE THE REPEAL AND RESCISSION OF THE EXEMPTION OF SUCH SALES FROM THE COUNTY SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY IN EFFECT, TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, ADMINISTERED, AND ENFORCED IN THE 2014 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT COLLECTION YEAR, WHICH TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES FUND AND APPLIED FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING ROAD AND BRIDGE CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES, TO BE AWARDED TO COLORADO RESIDENT BIDDERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, AND SHALL ELBERT COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH SALES AND USE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREON, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE ANNUAL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX IN ANY YEAR AFTER THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH IT IS IN EFFECT EXCEED THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR AMOUNT STATED ABOVE, EITHER AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE OR AN EXCEPTION TO LIMITS ON REVENUES AND SPENDING, AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION OR SPENDING OF ANY OTHER REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE COUNTY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO YES CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW, ALL AS SET FORTH IN COUNTY RESOLUTION 07-75, AS AMENDED BY COUNTY RESOLUTION 13-37?

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ACQUISITION OF EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND INSTALLATION OF SUCH SYSTEMS IN CLASSROOMS AND UPDATING OF SCHOOL FACILITIES WITH EMERGENCY ALARM AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS TO ENHANCE SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE; REPLACEMENT OF ROOFS AT SINGING HILLS ELEMENTARY AND ELIZABETH HIGH SCHOOL; REPAIRING, REPLACING AND INSTALLING NECESSARY BUILDING UPGRADES TO ENSURE HEALTH AND SAFETY NEEDS AT SCHOOL FACILITIES; ACQUIRING AND INSTALLING FENCING, GATES AND BERM WALLS TO ADDRESS SAFETY ISSUES AT VARIOUS DISTRICT FACILITIES; RESURFACE THE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND MODIFY THE POLE VAULT AREA TO ADDRESS SAFETY ISSUES; ACQUISITION OF NEW SCHOOL BUSES TO REPLACE AGING AND OBSOLETE FLEET AND TO ACQUIRE AND INSTALL AN ADDITIONAL FUEL STORAGE TANK TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BULK PURCHASE PRICING; AND

SUCH DEBT TO BE EVIDENCED BY THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, INSTALLMENT SALE OR LEASE PURCHASE AGREEMENTS, OR OTHER MULTIPLE FISCAL YEAR OBLIGATIONS WHICH EITHER MAY BE SOLD TO INVESTORS OR ISSUED TO THE STATE TREASURER UNDER THE “BEST” PROGRAM; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT UPON DETERMINATION OF THE BOARD THAT THE ABOVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ARE COMPLETE, ANY REMAINING UNSPENT PROCEEDS OF SUCH DEBT SHALL BE DEPOSITED INTO THE BOND REDEMPTION FUND AND USED TO PAY SUCH DEBT; AND SUCH DEBT TO BE SOLD OR ISSUED IN ONE SERIES OR MORE, FOR A PRICE ABOVE OR BELOW THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT THEREOF, ON TERMS AND CONDITIONS, AND WITH SUCH MATURITIES AS PERMITTED BY LAW AND AS THE DISTRICT MAY DETERMINE, INCLUDING PROVISIONS FOR REDEMPTION OF THE DEBT PRIOR TO MATURITY WITH OR WITHOUT PAYMENT OF A PREMIUM;

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AND SHALL THE MILL LEVY BE INCREASED IN ANY YEAR, WITHOUT LIMITATION OF RATE AND IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT OR ANY REFUNDING DEBT (OR TO CREATE A RESERVE FOR SUCH PAYMENT); AND SHALL THE DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE DEBT TO REFUND THE DEBT AUTHORIZED IN THIS QUESTION, PROVIDED THAT AFTER THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH REFUNDING DEBT THE TOTAL OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF ALL DEBT ISSUED PURSUANT TO THIS QUESTION DOES NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT SET FORTH ABOVE, AND PROVIDED FURTHER THAT ALL DEBT ISSUED BY THE DISTRICT PURSUANT TO THIS QUESTION IS ISSUED ON TERMS THAT DO NOT YES EXCEED THE REPAYMENT COSTS AUTHORIZED IN THIS QUESTION; AND SHALL SUCH TAX REVENUES AND THE EARNINGS FROM THE INVESTMENT OF SUCH BOND PROCEEDS AND TAX REVENUES BE COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW? NO

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