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INSIDE this EDITION

DEPARTMENTS 08 THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION 12

LEGENDS & LEGACIES

14 FROM ASPEN, WITH LOVE 17

WINE INK

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FOOD MATTERS

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AROUND ASPEN

37 LOCAL CALENDAR 50 CROSSWORD

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29 COVER STORY

33 A&E

Aspen Times education reporter Jeanne McGovern learns how The Manaus Fund is tying education to our economy.

It’s time for Aspen Film. Arts editor Stewart Oksenhorn unveils this year’s lineup with a story behind one of the directors.

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Photo by Jeanne McGovern

EDITOR’S NOTE

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reads it knows, the First Amendment lives somewhere between a whizzing bullet and Bob Dylan. It moves fast, sounds rough most days and no matter how much about it is written, it refuses to be defined.

Yet as the historic is with their defense. protectors of our Unfortunately, they are freedom of speech standing behind the First — Arthur Sulzberger, Amendment to create rest in peace — are these freedoms for fighting revenue (or advertisers. worse, health) battles, Here’s where they new technologies are went wrong. For one, the RYAN SLABAUGH struggling to fill the First Amendment does historic role newspapers not protect advertising, and magazines are vacating. At the which is why you do not see same time in history when we have cigarette commercials on primetime the greatest ability to practice our television anymore. Plus, do any freedom of speech, we also have the of us really believe that Facebook greatest number of people abusing really does care about the rights of that freedom (yes, Rush, I mean 13-year-olds with Bieber-fever? you), and at the same time, a large Probably not. number of people threatening to To paraphrase the purpose of take our freedoms away. So who Mark Zuckerberg’s recent speech better to step up than Facebook, to stock market naysayers, he which influences all facets of reiterated the fact that Facebook’s communication today? Yet, their success is not measured just by efforts are showing how much of the bottom line, but also by its the void remains. ability to connect people from Recently, the company wrote a all over the world. Whether he 20-page letter to the government meant it or not, as it turns out, opposing new laws that would his statement delivers a powerful make it hard for advertisers to track argument for connecting profits, the online movement of children, child protections and freedom of mainly by requiring sites to ask speech. Mainly, it’s good business for the parent’s permission. The to make a profit; and it’s good problem with Facebook’s argument business to protect our children.

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Plus, this is beside the point. Facebook’s world influence is helping freedom of speech causes, most notably when Arab Spring countries use their pages for revolutionary causes. Yet, this real fight for freedoms only highlights how much Facebook’s current case against child protections misses the point. When courts block public information, councils make decisions behind closed doors and politicians discuss mindless laws that favor censorship, it does not take long to believe that Facebook has bigger issues than ensuring all seventh graders can be offered discounts on designer jeans. In case of fighting for our First Amendment freedoms, Facebook has some big shoes to fill, but also some good examples to follow. If they need an example, perhaps they should look up the longtime publisher of The New York Times who passed away last week. More than anyone, he built the idea that good business allows good journalism, which allows the ability to fight for our freedoms.. He also gave anyone in the fight a roadmap to follow.

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THE WEEKLY CONVERSATION

VOX POP What is your favorite or least favorite memory of riding the school bus when you were younger? MARCO CINGOLANI A S C O L I P I C E N O , I TA LY

Being from Italy, we did not have buses to get to school so I never rode on one.

TAYLOR BROUSSARD C O LU M B U S , O H I O

Growing up in Ohio, we rode on country roads and it was so much fun to sit in the back and launch off of each bump.

DANIELLE AMATO N E W Y O R K , N . Y.

I remember being late sometimes with my mother and having to chase down the bus in the morning with curlers still in my hair.

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with JOHN COLSON

End the wasteful War on Weed COLORADO VOTERS have the chance to one-up the rest of the country by voting to legalize pot for use by adults on Nov. 6, and in doing so, turn the nation’s War on Weed on its head. Statewide polls indicate that a majority of the state’s voters favor a yes vote on Amendment 64, which would amend the state constitution to legalize possession and use of an ounce or less of pot for those aged 21 years of older. One reason to approve Amendment 64 is that the War on Weed has not only wasted billions in public funds, it has caused untold harm to a subset of the population who prefers to smoke itself into silliness rather than drink itself into an often deadly stupor. According to readily available statistics, in 2010, the federal government spent more than 15 billion on the drug war, while states and local governments spent 25 billion or more. So far in 2012, as of Monday at 7 a.m., the feds had spent more than 11.3 billion, with states and locals spending more than 19.3 billion on that same useless war. Arrests for drug offenses stood at 1.66 million in 2009, half of them for possession of small amounts of pot, far more than for any other single offense. That equates to one arrest every 19 seconds for drug offenses. The Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) organization, made up of retired cops and judges across the U.S., endorsed Amendment 64 just last month, as have the National Latino Officers Association and Blacks in Law Enforcement in America. At a signing ceremony in Denver on Sept. 20, and in a signon letter released at a later press conference, law enforcers outline their reasons for supporting Am. 64, detailing how legalizing marijuana will: • Put our police priorities where they belong by ending the arrests of non-violent marijuana users and enabling police to focus instead on preventing violent crime. • Cut off funding to violent gangs and drug cartels, which generate the majority of their revenue from illegal marijuana sales. • Protect the lives of police officers now in the line of fire in the “drug war.” •Reduce marijuana access to

children by instituting strict age-limits and public safety controls. • Restore mutual respect and good relations between law enforcement and communities bearing the brunt of the current marijuana laws. Locally speaking, a poll in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent showed that 58 percent of respondents favor Amendment 64, with only 26 percent against it. On the other hand, the Colorado state legislature summarily gutted the “pro” arguments in the supposed nonpartisan Legislative Analysis of Am. 64, while leaving the “anti” arguments intact. Where’s the fairness there? In California, U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag (no kidding, her real name) is campaigning to close down Harborside Health Center in Berkeley, said to be the largest medical marijuana dispensary on Earth and heralded as an exemplary operation in terms of safety, security and compliance with state laws. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder once stated the feds will only target operations operating in violation of applicable state law. But Haag said recently, ”I now find the need to consider actions regarding marijuana superstores such as Harborside. The larger the operation, the greater the likelihood that there will be abuse of the state’s medical marijuana laws, and marijuana in the hands of individuals who do not have a demonstrated medical need.” In other words, Haag has concluded that, based solely on its popularity, Harborside is guilty without even being charged with violating state law, regardless of what her boss says. Colorado’s U.S. Attorneys have been following the same basic game plan, by the way. What ever happened to states’ rights, or the rights of voters to manage the laws of their own states? It doesn’t matter whether you smoke pot or not. The issue here is personal freedom to choose how you conduct your life as long as you are not hurting others, and to keep cops out of your living room. There is much more to be discussed, so stay tuned.

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CHEERS&JEERS

FIVE THINGS TOP 5 REASONS TO NOT WATCH THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES In Snowmass Village, construction is the main event this time of year. The Westin-Resort, which is under renovation, is scheduled to open a month earlier than expected on Oct. 15.

CHEERS | To the Aspen City Council for supporting federal legislation that seeks to protect much of the Thompson Divide area from future drilling. While we understand that drilling is a reality at this time, drilling in pristine lands with no guarantee on land management and resource protection does not have to be.

CHEERS | To those coming home this weekend. Aspen and Basalt high schools are celebrating homecoming with football games Friday night, and we know we’ll see a lot of familiar faces out there. To them, we give a hearty “welcome back”.

JEERS | To continued turnover downtown caused by

under disrepair, as noted in a recent housing conference in Aspen. It’s time to look hard at how we can encourage developers to improve existing units under the affordable housing clause instead of just building new housing.

expensive rental agreements. We keep reading about how the “new” Aspen is kicking out the “old” Aspen, yet we see little movement to protect either one. As long as prices continue to rise beyond what a mom-and-pop can afford, our options other than constant change will be limited.

JEERS | To the volume of deed-restricted units falling

BUZZ WORTHY B A S A LT

BMX PARK GAINS TRACTION

In a sports-centric valley like ours, it’s hard to believe there is room for yet another athletic pursuit. But the people at Roaring Fork BMX say there is most definitely a demand for a sanctioned USA BMX park, and they’re well on their way to making it a reality. “This is our goal, and we’re really starting to gain some momentum,” said Paul Viola, a Woody Creek resident and BMX enthusiast who’s helping lead the charge for a new track at Crown Mountain Park in El Jebel. The dream of a BMX park in the Roaring Fork Valley has been brewing for a while, with several sites around Basalt having been considered. BMX supporters now have zeroed in on a track at Crown Mountain Park and have received the unanimous support of the

Crown Mountain board. Local enthusiasts say BMX is one of the fastest-growing action sports around. In order to get the track in place, the recently formed Crown Mountain BMX, as part of the Crown Mountain Park and Recreation District, is trying to raise money to get the track constructed. It estimates the total cost at almost 70,000, with some of the money to come in the form of in-kind donations. — Jeanne McGovern

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CLIMBER RESCUED OFF SNOWMASS MOUNTAIN

An injured climber was rescued at Snowmass Mountain on Sept. 30 and transported to Aspen Valley Hospital, according to the Pitkin County Sheriff ’s Office. Mountain Rescue Aspen personnel joined

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STAY IN THE KNOW — CATCH UP ON RECENT NEWS & LOCAL EVENTS forces with the Gunnison County Sheriff ’s Office in rescuing the individual, the news release said. The rescue effort got underway at 11:40 p.m. Sept. 29, when Aspen-Pitkin County emergency dispatchers received a call. After it was determined that the climber’s location was in Gunnison County, the rescue mission was passed on to the Gunnison County Sheriff ’s Office. Mountain Rescue Aspen personnel offered to assist and were placed on standby, the news release said. The injured climber reportedly was in critical condition, and hospital workers prepared for another airlift transport to Swedish Medical Center in Denver, the news release said. ASPEN

CELL PHONE COVERAGE COULD GET A BOOST Eventual relief may be in sight

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for cellphone users affected by the annoying holes in service in the Roaring Fork Valley and dead zones in places such as the Fryingpan and Crystal valleys. Pitkin County has embarked on a study to find out where service is lacking and where there might be opportunities to install towers to boost cellular and broadband coverage. The county study collected 4 million data points throughout the area to determine where improvements are needed, according to County Manager Jon Peacock. Nearly all carriers lack sufficient coverage in seven general areas of the broader Roaring Fork basin. Those are: along Highway 133 south of Carbondale, along Frying Pan Road east of Basalt, in a large portion of Snowmass Village, along Highway 82 east of Aspen, on Castle Creek Road, on Maroon Creek Road and on major portions of all four ski areas. — Scott Condon

— FILMMAKER FREDRIK GERTTEN, WHOSE MOVIE “BIG BOYS GONE BANANAS!*” IS PLAYING AT ASPEN FILM

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GUEST OPINION COLUMN

by DAVID FEELA of WRITERS ON THE RANGE

Don’t lock us out of our land WHEN I PARKED beside the locked gate at the Forest Service’s recreation site, a hefty entrance sign that had been bolted together out of four-by-fours lay flat on the gravel. The steel tube where campers were supposed to deposit their fee had an autumn shade of rust spiraling up its trunk. A welcome sign had been replaced by one insisting that the road was closed. Five years ago was the last time I’d stayed overnight at this national forest facility in western Colorado, and I had cheerfully DAVID FEELA assumed that it would always be open, perennial as the wildflowers. Rarely crowded and located only a few miles downstream from a dam, this recreational campground served as an ideal fishing corridor and general pit stop, not to mention a place for quiet contemplation and restoration of the soul. I know, that’s a lot to expect from a park, but like much of the public, I spend a considerable amount of time worshipping at the chapel of our national forests. One feature that always attracted me to this particular spot was a ribbon of concrete that contractors had poured beside the river. It runs the entire length of the campground. Even more impressive is the high sandstone wall that looms across the river. An array of gunshots pock and mar its surface, but nothing short of a cataclysmic event could decommission this monolith made by nature. Every Forest Service campground feature I encountered during this comeback tour qualified as being on the path to ruin. The concrete walls of the toilet had been bulldozed flat. The gravel ring road that serviced the campsites was losing its war with the weeds. Those cast-iron fire-rings at empty picnic sites gaped reminded me of burned-out stars.

THINKSTOCK PHOTOS

It may seem logical that as our public-land budgets are downsized, our accessibility to those lands must also be reduced, but logic doesn’t originate in the heart. The public may no longer be able to afford rangers or the regular maintenance of hiking trails, visitor centers, museum displays, bookstores, brochures and trail guides, but if it all has to go, then let it go. Accessibility, however, should not be on the table,

austerity, especially after we’ve had it all. Of course, nature might disagree. I saw disastrous changes when I arrived at this derelict campground, but I also happened to see them on a glorious afternoon. Everything woody was changing color for fall, wildflowers still speckled the landscape, and the sun poured through the thinly filtered canopy of trees, promising an unusually warm morning and a full-service

this overbuilt and now decaying campground, I couldn’t help asking myself: ‘How much of this stuff do we really need?’ Show me a trail marker; I can find my way. I yawned, feeling a bit like Rip Van Winkle. As I made my way back to the truck, I uncovered the numbered post from what had been my favorite campsite, tossed into the weeds. I picked it up and took it home with me, then pounded it into the ground

even if there are no tables. Just give us a piece of gravel where we can park and maybe a toilet. We’ll provide the toilet paper and enough imagination to appreciate the unimproved natural world. If it’s too expensive to maintain the toilets, we’ll bear that too. Nothing is more frustrating than

afternoon, especially for mushrooms like puff balls. It could be that the “public” isn’t sophisticated enough to care for its public lands without a government agency to supervise it. It could also be that the passes, permits, stickers and policies in place had improved the public’s access. But as I circled

beside my driveway. It will be the proof that I have a genuine interest in calling our public lands my home. David Feela is a contributor to Writers on the Range, a service of High Country News (hcn.org). He is a former teacher and current writer in western Colorado.

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CLASSIC ASPEN

by TIM WILLOUGHBY

The crowd inspects the first plane to land in the Roaring Fork Valley, early 1920s.

WING-WALKING AT STRAWBERRY DAYS neil armstrong stepping onto the moon divided past and future for

my generation. My father found the event monumental, but for him it was just a continuation of 20th century advances in flight. The introduction of automobiles took place when he was very young; by the time he paid much attention to technology cars were common. Father’s past-future divide was the appearance of an airplane in his Hotchkiss hometown.

THE TIMESPAN between the Wright Brothers Kitty Hawk flight in 1903 and frequent sightings of planes flying through local Colorado skies was brief. Before 1920, planes captivated most Americans’ imaginations as a vicarious experience. They read about them in newspapers — editors recognized the interest and recounted every angle, especially plane crashes. Reporting pilot deaths turned mechanical flight into a risky sport in the eyes of aerial dreamers. Perceived as sport, it took some time before the practical aspects of the activity were realized: moving mail, observing ground conditions from above, inventorying cattle or forest reserves, and other uses. Not a full decade passed after the first flight before the military began using “aeroplanes”. Their use in World

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War I captivated newspaper readers as much as accounts of war on the ground. Even in 1917 as America entered the war, we had few planes and enlisted those of Belgium and France. Stories of sky combat must

The end of the war launched the beginning of Colorado’s air age. The first sightings were above the Book Cliffs in Grand Junction: planes spotted, but not landing, in 1917. In 1919 an airplane club

STORIES OF SKY COMBAT MUST HAVE FELT AS EXCITING TO YOUNG READERS AS STAR WARS BATTLES ARE TODAY, PERHAPS MORE SO BECAUSE THOSE READERS LARGELY HAD TO RELY ON THEIR IMAGINATIONS TO VISUALIZE THE ACTION. have felt as exciting to young readers as Star Wars battles are today, perhaps more so because those readers largely had to rely on their imaginations to visualize the action.

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formed in Denver and by 1920 planes were featured in county fairs. Glenwood’s 1920 Strawberry Days featured “airplane stunts, and wing walkers.” Meeker’s first plane

flew over from Glenwood. My father saw his first plane at the Delta County Fair in Hotchkiss. Crowds of people gathered for the event. The plane landed to a cheering crowd, feeding my father’s envy and that of every other young boy. Reverting to the spirit of prewar days, The Aspen Democrat Times classified flying as a sport: “The young man with money and little else will find in the airplane a welcome means of rising in the public notice.” One young man with money was Billy Tagert. During a family vacation to San Diego in 1920 he fell in love with flying, taking lessons and logging many hours aloft. The family sent back a photograph of him after a long flight and the newspaper noted (picture not published) that it looked like the plane had a flat tire. Billy claimed that he would acquire a plane after returning to Aspen, but his flying days ended in San Diego. Planes taking off and landing in Aspen were years away.

Tim Willoughby’s family story parallels Aspen’s. He began sharing folklore while teaching for Aspen Country Day School and Colorado Mountain College. Now a tourist in his native town, he views it with historical perspective. Reach him at redmtn@schat.net.

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“ASPENITES DOMINATE Tomato War,” declared Duane Noriyuki of The Aspen Times on Oct. 4, 1984. “Soldiers from all over the country rushed to enlist in the Third Annual Texas vs. Colorado Tomato War, sponsored by the Inn of the Black Wolf in Twin Lakes, last weekend. … The eventual winner was Greg Adams of Aspen, representing the Knights of the Round Tomato and the state of Colorado. The victory makes it 2-1 in Colorado’s favor, as the mountain state recovered from last year’s aerial massacre in which hundreds of Coloradans fell victim to tomato juice dumped from a Texas airplane. According to Taylor Adams, owner of the sponsoring inn, the war is a mock attempt to protect what’s left of the Colorado mountains from the ravages of Texas investors.”

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HOT APPLE PIE I HAVE BEEN CANNING like crazy this year so I am starting to run out of things to can. I am moving on to apples to make apple sauce and apple pies, and then I thought, “What can I pair as a beverage on this new quest?” Hot Apple Pie it is. I found as the evenings are getting a little chilly, this is the perfect way to keep myself warm. You can garnish it with a cinnamon stick, whip cream or even a scoop of ice cream. Fall is here and this is the only way I am going to embrace the end of summer. Gunilla Asher grew up in Aspen and now is the co-manager of The Aspen Times. She writes a drink review weekly in the spirit of “She’s not a connoisseur, but she is heavily practiced.”

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by KELLY J. HAYES

OF FOG WATCHERS AND ROCK COLLECTORS IT IS QUARTER PAST 7 in the morning and as the sun rises from behind me, I can see the fog is already beginning to burn off as the warm September day dawns. Through the triptych of windows in the front dining room of the house where I sit, high up on Healdsburg, California’s Fitch Mountain, the heart of the Russian River Valley unfolds below. “The fog will come in in different ways,” my host Randy Ullom, winemaster for KendallJackson Winery, says KELLY J. HAYES as he enters the room with a cup of coffee in hand. “Way down there it will pour in through the Petaluma Gap,” he says as he points to the spot to the southwest where the mountains open to the sea, just ten or so miles a way as the fog flies. “Then it will spread out over the valley at the end of a hot summer day,” he notes using his hand to illustrate how it covers the Valley as it advances. “Other times it just rolls in over the top of the range and tumbles down the hills.” This time he paints the picture by rotating his hand in a rolling motion and I swear, I can see exactly what the fog falling to the valley floor looks like as he describes it. Obviously Randy has paid plenty of attention to the flow of fog from this exquisite perch that provides a birds-eye view of some of the most fertile and valuable “cold climate” Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards on the planet. As we walk out of his house to get into his well-driven Jeep for the ride to the Santa Rosa airport, I notice a rock on the front porch. It appears to be fossilized and it looks like something that he may have casually picked up in the front yard and placed on the top rail. But somehow, resting on the

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white painted wood, it looks like a museum piece on display. As I get into the front seat of the Jeep, at my feet is another rock, this one looks like quartz. I pick it up and Randy says sheepishly, almost apologetically, “I collect rocks.” This all makes sense. This is a guy who has spent four decades in vineyards up, down and around the globe. He is one of those people who are tuned into the forces of nature, of earth, weather and soils to be precise, that shape the world and influence the cultivation of grapes. He is, in short, a Fog Watcher and a Rock Collector.

am tagging along with members of the winemaking crew and a few KJ executives as they head south in the company “Pilatus,” a single-engine, Swiss-made gem of an airplane, for their weekly inspection of the vineyards. Over the next few days my entire perception of the business of making wine will change as I tour vineyards preparing for the fall harvest, get an up-close look at some the most advanced winery equipment in the world and learn logistics. The key to making the process of getting wine from vineyard to bottle work.

Collectors, those who innately understand and relate to the natural rhythm of the earth, to actually produce it. These are the people who were born to grow things, who love to get their hands dirty, who like the feel of the strong winds in their face as the weather moves and changes from day to day. Randy is one of these people and he has found a place in the modern world that allows him to marry the craft of farming with the larger world of technology and help to produce the largest single-selling brand of Chardonnay in America. As I traveled

Randy Ullom, Kendall-Jackson winemaster, in a California Vineyard

I am here visiting Randy, a ski buddy and a man whose talents I am in awe of, to take a harvest tour of a few of Kendall-Jackson’s extensive vineyard holdings up and down the California coast. On this perfect September morning I

In the next few columns I’ll share some of what I learned, but perhaps the most important lesson has to do with this whole “Fog Watcher and Rock Collector” notion. While wine is a business, an industry, at its core it is really all about farming. The ancient act of growing a plant, cultivating it, harvesting it, refining it and, ultimately, perfecting its production for human consumption that satisfies the soul. While there are people who excel at the business of marketing wine it takes the Fog Wand the Rock

the coast I learned that there are a multitude of challenges that are presented to winemakers, but the ones that matter most are those that are products of fog and rocks. To be a great winemaker one must be a fog watcher and a rock collector. That is the first lesson. Kelly J. Hayes lives in the soon-tobe-designated appellation of Old Snowmass with his wife, Linda, and a black Lab named Vino. He can be reached at malibukj@wineink.com.

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CRYSTAL RIVER BEEF TO SUPPLY DOWNVALLEY SCHOOLS WITH GRASS-FED AND FINISHED GROUND BEEF FIRST A LITTLE disclosure: I have a lot at stake with the recent announcement that Crystal River Beef in Carbondale is offering local, grass-fed meat to the RE-1 school district — Basalt to Glenwood — this school year. My son is a student in RE-1, and next year, I’ll have two in the system. The fact that children who purchase school AMIEE WHITE lunches will be ensured BEAZLEY nutritious, grass-fed beef in their cafeterias is an acknowledgement of the need to improve our nation’s school food programs, but it’s also real action behind it. This step forward began with the Roaring Fork Food Policy Council. They approached the RE-1 school district with the idea of using grassfed beef and facilitated a meeting between Michelle Hammond, the district’s food service director, and local ranchers. Crystal River Beef was able to meet demands for the 17,000 pounds of beef the district needed annually (beef is served two to three times a week on the RE-1 lunch menus) as well as a price that worked for the district’s budget. We’ve all heard about “pink slime,” the downright disgusting mix known as lean finely textured beef, mechanically separated and disinfected “food.” Now, parents can feel better about choosing a school lunch for their kids because real food is what we owe our children. “With the national news reporting on cases of pink slime at school cafeterias, we’re excited to show parents that our schoolchildren are eating healthy, natural foods from right in our backyard,” Hammond said in a prepared statement. “Thanks to Crystal River Meats and Whole Foods, we’re out ahead of what we hope will be a national trend.” According to the Mayo Clinic, some

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of the benefits of grass-fed beef is less total fat, more omega-3 fatty acids, more conjugated linoleic acid (fat that’s thought to reduce heart disease and cancer risks) and more antioxidant vitamins, such as vitamin E. Crystal River Meats will partner with Whole Foods in Basalt to supply high-quality beef for the 2,000 students daily who eat school lunches in this district. The beef going to the schools is exactly the

“We pride ourselves on the fact that our business is deeply rooted in the local community,” said Tai Jacober, of CRM, whose children are students in the district. “This is not only a way for us to focus locally but also a way to ensure that our children, and the children of our friends and neighbors, are eating well at school.” The other big player was, of course, Whole Foods, which has

same ground beef being sold at Whole Foods, Fatbelly Burgers, farmers’ markets and the CRM country store in Carbondale. CRM and Whole Foods forecast the usage and hold extra beef back at the plant, redirecting it to the schools. This smart production is an example of how modern logistical efficiencies make it possible to save costs, fuel and time. Through this partnership, CRM and Whole Foods are able to offer a significant discount to the schools. Ultimately, it makes it feasible to execute a program like this and is a great example of “new school” local beef production, according to the CRM owners.

already shown itself to be a huge supporter of our local education systems through a variety of directimpact programs. “Whole Foods Market Roaring Fork is setting new standards for local sourcing and engagement,” said Amy Kasper, marketing specialist for the Willits store. “We are quickly establishing roots in the community through partnerships with companies like CRM, and supporting the RE-1 schools is something we’re very proud of.” And this is just one part of districtwide change for the district’s 11 lunchrooms. Four years ago, Hammond brought in LiveWell

Colorado (with funding assistance by the Aspen-based nonprofit Children’s Health Foundation). The LiveWell program provided training for all the food staff in the district on how to prepare homemade foods. The goal was to switch completely from processed to scratch-bake cooking. This is the third year the district has prepared its menu items from scratch. There are no canned fruits and veggies, and there are now salad bars with fresh fruits and vegetables available to students. The district also is utilizing its two school gardens at Sopris and Basalt elementary schools and the growing dome at Roaring Fork High School. Hammond would like to see the schoolyard garden program expand to all schools that can muster the volunteer help to maintain them. “Roaring Fork High School science teacher Hadley Hentschel just sent me an email telling me we have 150 pounds of assorted potatoes, 20 pounds of green beans and lots of squash ready for our cafeterias to be used throughout the district,” Hammond said. And while gathering local fresh food for the district is added work for Hammond, she is a strong advocate of healthy food for kids — food that helps empower children in and out of the classroom. “I can’t stress enough what a passion it is to provide these students the best possible quality we can give them,” she said. “Every student does deserve the best, and whatever I can do to make it happen I am definitely willing to try.” Amiee White Beazley writes about dining, restaurants and foodrelated travel for the Aspen Times Weekly. She is the editor of local food magazine edibleASPEN and a contributor to Aspen Peak and the travel website EverettPotter.com. Follow her on Twitter @awbeazley1, or email awb@awbeazley.com.


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‘LUNCH MONEY’ A BOOK THAT has influenced Hammond and her district’s position on fresh food for kids is “Lunch Money,” by Kate Adamick, cofounder of Cook for America. “Kate and this book has really helped to motivate my staff and myself to finding ways to make (fresh, nutritious school lunches) possible.”

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loves what he does! There’s something about the property business – and Aspen real estate in particular – that satisfies him, and he’s quick to give the credit to his clients: “I get to work with the smartest, most successful people in the world. It’s a privilege.” Trained as a particle physicist, Bob has smarts of his own, and significant edge when evaluating property and advising clients. The resulting numbers speak for themselves: almost $750 million in sales, with numerous price records along the way – at $2 million, $4 million, $5.5 million, $16 million, $23 million and $46 million. As Bob joins our Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s team, he does so with significant history within the organization. He was involved in the creation of Sotheby’s International Realty in London in the early 1980s, and for 20 years he pioneered one of its first and most successful Sotheby’s affiliates in Aspen. Now, Bob returns to Sotheby’s for a fundamental reason: the Sotheby’s

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GET ON THE BUS THE VALLEY SETTLEMENT PROJECT’S EL BUSESITO PROGRAM IS JUST ONE EXAMPLE OF HOW THE MANAUS FUND IS CONNECTING EDUCATION AND ECONOMY by JEANNE MCGOVERN

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Youngsters gather around El Busesito, or The Little Bus, on a recent afternoon. The traveling early childhood education program provides opportunites for kids who don’t have access to traditional preschool education.

it was only a photo shoot, but for the dozens of young children

who gathered around, the moment was just as exciting as the real thing: El Busesito, or The Little Bus, had pulled up to the Third Street Center in Carbondale. PAINTED BRIGHT white with shapes of all sorts in primary colors adorning its sides, El Busesito called out to those eager readers. They held stacks of books in their arms — in English and Spanish — and they were ready to learn, to become engaged. Just a few weeks earlier, many of their mothers were similarly ready to learn, to become engaged. Also at the Third Street Center, these women spent a full week being trained as parent mentors so they could soon work side-by-side with teachers in the local elementary schools. These scenes, say organizers of the Valley Settlement Project, speak volumes about what is possible in Roaring Fork Valley — and beyond.

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“Isn’t it amazing?” said Morgan Jacober, project director of the Valley Settlement Project during the photo shoot at the bus. “Just look at all these kids, families. They are so excited. And there is so much more we can do for them.” In fact, El Busesito/The Little Bus and the Parent Mentor program are just two of six initiatives being launched right now as part the Manaus Fund’s Valley Settlement Project (VSP), which was made possible by a 1.2 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. “We asked, “What would you do

if ...’ And their ideas of empowering people, at a grassroots level, really resonated,” said Jon-Paul Bianchi, associated program officer for the Kellogg Foundation who helped

“THROUGH COMMUNITY ORGANIZING AND PARTNERSHIPS WITH LOCAL NONPROFITS AND SCHOOLS, VSP WORKS TO SUPPORT AND EMPOWER THESE FAMILIES.” bring the two organizations together. “And at the heart of every project we support is the credibility of those behind it. “We have every bit of confidence in the Manaus Fund, in the VSP, and we are willing to hedge our bets on this.”

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Q&A Q: In five years, what do you hope the Valley Settlement Project has taught those of us who live in the greater Roaring For Valley — both families who have participated in VSP programs and the community-at-large?

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Young readers show off the books they got as part of the Valley Settlement Project.

“Of course we all know that by working together we can accomplish so much more than by working each alone. What I want our community to learn is that to bring us together requires organizing, and organizing will work best when a professional organizer has this as their primary mission.” – George Stranahan, founder, Manaus Fund

Growing roots THE SEEDS FOR the Valley Settlement Project were planted a while back. And the project’s concept is at once simple and complex: a dual generational program focused on school readiness, elementary school achievement, economic stability and community engagement for families from Aspen to Parachute. “Our focus is those families who are living in poverty and who are not successfully settled or attached to the community in which they live,” states the VSP’s mission statement. “Through community organizing and partnerships with local nonprofits and schools, VSP works to support and empower these families.” As such, it is a logical extension of the Manaus Fund. The locally based organization, which was founded in 2005 by local entrepreneur George Stranahan, seeks to create partnership opportunities. To date, the Manaus Fund has invested more than 3 million to valley-wide project such as the Third Street Center, the Basalt Community Campus, Lift Up, Aspen Public Radio and the Western Colorado Preschool Cooperative. “The Manaus Fund isn’t about creating new programs for the sake of creating new programs. We are a community connector,” said Ellen Freedman, who recently took the helm as executive director of the Manaus Fund. “Everything the Manaus Fund has done over the years has been with this goal in mind. In many ways, it’s all been leading up to something like the Valley Settlement Project.”

So when Manus Fund organizers creating the much larger Valley Settlement Project, they also set their sights on finding a financial backer. The W.K. Kellogg Foundation — the seventh largest philanthropic foundation in the United States, whose focus is on early-childhood education initiatives — fit the bill. “This is what we do,” said Bianchi, adding that the foundation first gave the Manaus Fund a smaller grant to research the possibilities of VSP and, when pleased with the results, went forward with the 1.2 million investment. “The real juice of this project is the people … just look at them. This is where ordinary magic takes place — in affecting real change in people who are in need in a sustainable fashion.” It is a challenge those at the Manaus Fund take very seriously. “It is daunting, but exciting at the same time,” said Freedman. “I believe we have done our homework — we have truly learned what the needs is and thought carefully about how to address it. “Now it’s time to get to work.”

Community connections TOWARD THAT END — of affecting the lives of those people with whom they are charged with empowering — VSP organizers are launching six different initiatives. They comprise both programs for adults and children, and ultimately they will span the valley from Aspen to Parachute (most are kicking off in the Carbondale/ Glenwood Springs corridor).

“First, I hope that we will more fully understand how engaging the whole family can lead to better results for children. Second, I hope we more fully understand how community organizing is a key design method in the improvement of education and in fact can be a design method used for solving many complex problems.” – Rob Pew, board president, Manaus Fund

“In order to determine community need and to “move the needle” in areas of education and family stability, organizations have to ask the people that they are targeting and work with them to develop pathways and solutions to the issues.” – Morgan Jacober, director, Valley Settlement Project

“I hope that every family has the opportunity to participate in meaningful education programs. I hope that these programs strengthen and empower families, which in turn will strengthen and empower our community.” – Amanda Tamburro, education coordinator, Valley Settlement Project

“I hope we learn how to better engage and empower those families who are living in poverty and who are not successfully settled in or attached to our community; and, I hope we learn how this engagement and empowerment is linked to success in school.” – Ellen Freedman, executive director, Manaus Fund

“In five years, I hope that our Valley understands the value of community organizing and that VSP will have transformed the lives of our local families in very positive ways.” – Janeth Niebla, community organizer, Valley Settlement Project

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NEED TO KNOW MANAUS FUND, VALLEY SETTLEMENT PROJECT WWW.MANAUSFUND.ORG 970-963-0851

NEED TO KNOW SIX COMPONENTS OF THE VALLEY SETTLEMENT PROJECT • Neighborhood Navigators: Bilingual navigators work within low-income neighborhoods to connect individuals and families to needed community services. • Parent Mentors: To increase parent participation and communication in local elementary schools, parents participate in a special training and then commit to assisting in a classroom several days each week.

Valley Settlement Project community organizer Janeth Niebla, second from left, leads a workshop for parent mentors at the Third Street Center in Carbondale. Having completed the weeklong training program, the mentors are now working in Crystal River Elementary and Sopris Elementary schools as part of the VSP’s Parent Mentor Program..

Among the programs are Neighborhood Navigators, Parent Mentors, Family Friends & Neighbors/Licensed Home Child Care, Adult Education, After-School Programming, and El Busesito/The Little Bus (see sidebar for details). The programs, while diverse in nature, have a few important factors in common. Namely, they grew out of and are singularly focused on community needs. For example, a survey of hundreds of families showed a need — and more important, a desire — for parents, mostly Latino, to be involved in their children’s education. Thus, the Parent Mentor program, which is based on a similar national program. “It was amazing to watch the transformation of these women in just a few days,” said Jacober, after just a few days of the week-long training workshop. “They were walking taller and ready to take control of their lives just by engaging in this training.” As such, the parent-mentor program dovetails perfectly with the Manaus Fund’s Valley Settlement Project, a dual-generation program focused on school readiness, elementary school achievement, economic stability and community engagement for families from Aspen to Parachute. This type of community connection is a cornerstone of the Valley

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Settlement Project and will continue throughout its establishment and growth. Organizers say this is especially important as the project moves forward, as every community is sure to have its own needs and potential partnerships. “The women who are parent mentors are empowered and they have learned how to empower others,” said Jacober. “So the parent mentors are now able to be leaders in their community. They can help themselves and others be better mothers, better wives, better neighbors.” Still, those behind the effort are quick to note the importance of tying these communities — and the VSP’s efforts therein — together. “The challenge now will be to bring all these pieces of the puzzle together,” said the Kellogg Foundation’s Bianchi. “All of these programs are building blocks toward the VSP’s ultimate goal.” It is an idea that circles back to the Manuas Fund’s mission of being a community connector, of building “the capacity of nonprofits and communities to achieve a more just society through investments and partnerships.” “If we make one part of community stronger, the entire community benefits,” said Freedman. “And it is our job, and the mission of the Valley Settlement Project, to do just this.”

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• Family Friends & Neighbors/Licensed Home Child Care: Training, materials and information is provided to increase the quality of informal child care often provided by family members, friends and neighbors in low-income neighborhoods. • Adult Education: Language seminars and computer classes are offered within low-income neighborhoods with child care provided. • After School Programming: A combination of academic and enrichment activities for elementary school children with the highest needs. TOP: Says the Kellogg Foundtion’s Jon-Paul Bianchi: “To me, the Valley Settlement Project is that ordinary magic that can be life-altering for some members of the community.” BOTTOM: Manaus Fund founder George Stranahan, left, hands “the keys” to the nonprofit over to incoming board president Rob Pew at an event in September announcing the Valley Settlement Project’s receipt of a $1.2 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

• El Busesito/The Little Bus: This mobile early childhood education program will provide developmentally appropriate learning experiences for parents and children, ages 0-5, who lack access to traditional school readiness opportunities. The program will prepare children and their parents for success in school.


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‘NOBODY WALKS’ HAS SEX ON ITS MIND (BUT WHO DOESN’T?)

by STEWART OKSENHORN

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Olivia Thirlby stars in “Nobody Walks,” showing Oct. 4 at the Wheeler Opera as part of Aspen Filmfest.

asked what the starting point was of “Nobody

“THE MOVIE I MADE before, ‘You Won’t Miss Me,’ was inside one character’s head — half voice-over and half watching her very closely. So this was a reaction to the earlier movie,” Russo-Young said from her home on the extreme western portion of Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood. “One of the things Lena and I talked about was fracturing the perspective. We wanted the audience’s allegiance to shift.” The moving point of view brought out one of the themes of “Nobody Walks”: “The fact that everybody is motivated by their own set of needs. That evil is subjective. Everybody is doing what they think is right for them.” Audiences coming out of “Nobody Walks,” though, are likely to have a different take on the core idea of the film. From the first scene — in which a young couple, having just met on an airplane, gets hot and heavy to the point of partial disrobing in the rental-car parking deck — the film is steamy with sex. Set around an artsy, quasi-communal house in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood, various couplings, almost all of them inappropriate, are either contemplated or consummated: an encounter between a married sound designer

Walks,” Ry Russo-Young gives a response that could be called filmmaker-ish. “Nobody Walks,” which Russo-Young directed and co-wrote with Lena Dunham, began with the desire to make a movie where the point of view was fluid, the story told through the eyes of multiple characters, making the idea of right and wrong even more slippery than usual.

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(John Krasinski) and his protégé (Olivia Thirlby); the lust of an older male Italian teacher (Emmanuel Secci) for his teenage student (India Ennenga); the inappropriate desire a screenwriter (Justin Kirk) has for his therapist (Rosemarie Dewitt). Beyond the actual or attempted sex, there is an air of sexual tension that permeates all of “Nobody Walks.” “The cinematographer’s joke on set was ‘This was a movie written by two horny girls,’” said Russo-Young, who, at 30, is five years older than her cowriter Dunham (who wrote, directed and starred in the 2010 film “Tiny Furniture” and created and stars in the TV series “Girls,” both of which share the sexual charge of “Nobody Walks”). “It is about sex, about sexual tension in different relationships and at different stages in life.” Russo-Young was raised, in New York, by two female parents, an upbringing that gave her an especially keen focus on sexual issues. In her adolescence, she was practically obsessed with the question of whether she would turn out straight or gay. But she also believes that most every woman in her 20s has an intense awareness of sexuality. “Coming out of my 20s, it’s an interesting time,” Russo-Young said. “As a teenager, you’re off limits. And then women become available to the world — the floodgates open, you can be with anyone, and around men there’s always this weird psychological awareness of that. It’s complicated and interesting. I hadn’t seen that from a female perspective in film.” Thus Martine — played by the 25-year-old Thirlby, who has been featured in “Juno,” “The Wackness” and this year’s sci-fi film “Dredd” — becomes the focus of “Nobody Walks.” Attractive, available, ungrounded, Martine floats into the Los Angeles home of Peter (Krasinski), the married sound designer who has agreed to give Martine instruction in her art. But while Martine is the center of the action, we also see through Peter’s eyes and get the perspective of Peter’s wife, Julie (Dewitt), and the point of view of Kolt (Ennenga), Julie’s teenage daughter. We get lust, vulnerability, awakening, naughtiness, infidelity. “It was tricky at times,” Russo-Young said of the rotating perspective. “As a viewer, you do want to align yourself with someone; it makes things clear. And that’s how most movies are structured. But this is challenging; it’s about who you are siding with and at what times.” “Nobody Walks,” which was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, will be screened Oct. 5 at Aspen Filmfest. It also is available through On Demand

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and iTunes and will open in select theaters beginning Oct. 19. RUSSOYOUNG SHARES some interesting biographical points with her co-writer, Dunham. Both are native New Yorkers who went to Oberlin. But more significant is their common interest in experimental filmmaking. Russo-Young’s projects include the short film “Marion” and a three-screen deconstruction of “Psycho” that earned the Best

of the bugs, to the point where they obviously have meaning. Exactly what that meaning was eluded me till I asked Russo-Young. “Bugs don’t have feelings the way humans do,” she explained. “Bugs aren’t going to say, ‘Hey, you cheated on me with Delilah!’ Humans have these human dramas and loyalties and emotions. “There’s a part of Martine that isn’t capable of being completely human. Bugs for her are safe because they

Ry Russo-Young, director and co-writer of “Nobody Walks.”

Experimental Film award at the SXSW Film Festival. In “Tiny Furniture,” which was distinctly autobiographical, Dunham played an experimental filmmaker. The two met through mutual friends before “Tiny Furniture” made Dunham an up-and-coming sensation. RussoYoung had seen Dunham’s debut feature, “Creative Nonfiction” — “A rough and brilliant little movie with a fiercely original voice,” Russo-Young said. Dunham had seen “You Won’t Miss Me,” and the two “tumbled into working together,” Russo-Young said. “‘Nobody Walks’ was a nice place for us to land,” she said. Martine, too, is an experimental filmmaker, working on a black-andwhite piece about bugs. “Nobody Walks” returns over and over to scenes

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don’t have these issues.” Another cinema-centric topic explored in “Nobody Walks” is sound design. During the making of “You Won’t Miss Me,” Russo-Young was introduced to ADR — additional dialogue recording — which required creating sounds, from footsteps to an air-conditioner vent, after scenes had been filmed. “You have to make it all sound real, built up from nothing. That was fascinating,” she said. Writing “Nobody Walks,” she extended her thinking about sound from technical matters to bigger issues, and sound becomes a key matter in the film. “Sound promotes intimacy,” RussoYoung said. “It’s almost like a private joke between two people. There’s so

much aurally going on all day, you can’t listen to it all. But if you stop and really listen, the world stops. That promotes intimacy between Martine and Peter.” Russo-Young’s films tend to be influenced by whatever she happens to be watching at the time. While conceiving and making “Nobody Walks,” she was deep into Robert Altman, a pioneer in multipleperspective films. She also lets on that she saw “Shampoo,” which captured America’s sexual revolution at its height in the 1960s. But even without that last influence, “Nobody Walks” might have become a film about sex. The pursuit of physical pleasure surrounds us. “What isn’t about sex?” RussoYoung said. ASPEN FILMFEST , which opened on Oct. 2, runs through Oct. 7 with programs in Aspen and Carbondale. Among the highlights of Filmfest still to be screened are “Quartet,” the debut by budding 75-year-old director Dustin Hoffman, about a group of British opera singers preparing their annual concert; director James Marsh’s “Shadow Dancer,” a psychological thriller starring Clive Owen and set during the last days of Ireland’s political troubles; “A Late Quartet,” starring Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener and Mark Ivanir as the members of a string quart facing personal and artistic issues as they prepare to celebrate their 25th anniversary; and the closing-night feature, “Argo,” directed by Ben Affleck and starring Affleck as a real-life CIA agent trying to get several Americans out of Iran during the 1979 hostage crisis. Documentaries include “G-Dog,” a profile of Jesuit priest Greg Boyle, who runs a gang-intervention program in Los Angeles; “Brooklyn Castle,” about a wildly successful chess club in a New York school considered failing; and “Besa: The Promise,” former Basalt photographer Norman Gershman’s exploration of Albanian Muslims who sheltered Jews during World War II. Foreign-language films include a trio of French films: “The Snows of Kilimanjaro,” a drama of a 50-year-old man forced into early retirement and forced to face the big questions of human existence; “The Day I Saw Your Heart,” a warm drama about a Parisian 20-something hoping to adopt a child and about her 60-year-old father, who is expecting a baby with his young second wife; and “The War of the Buttons,” a story of war intruding on childhood during World War II. A live presentation has “Simpsons” writer Mike Reiss giving his talk, “The Secrets of ‘The Simpsons.’”

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The SOCIAL SIDE of TOWN

by MARY ESHBAUGH HAYES

MORE FARMERS MARKET THERE ARE SO many wonderful booths at the Aspen Farmers Market, this week I will feature a few more along with some of the people who shop there every Saturday. The last market this year will be Saturday, Oct. 13. Frequent Aspen visitor Nancy Wood has a new novel MARY published that is ESHBAUGH HAYES titled “The Soledad Crucifixion.” The story is about a Catholic priest who cannot reconcile the teachings of the church with the fact that the Catholic Church was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of American Indians in the Southwest. Soledad the priest struggles with what he was taught in the seminary and his love for the humble Indian villagers and their religion based on spirituality. The book begins with the anguished hero hanging from a cross in a little village in Northern New Mexico. The story mostly takes place in the village where an assortment of colorful characters live in the old ways of the mystical American Indian religion. Soledad, a young and handsome man, strays far from the church, loving women and fathering children and realizing that he believes more in a way of life based on nature rather than dogma. Nancy lived many years in Northern New Mexico photographing, researching and living among the Indians. Her recent nonfiction book “The Eye of the West” includes many of the photos she took of the Taos Pueblo which is where she learned many of the stories that make their way into the Soledad book. Nancy returns to Aspen every summer to dance at the top of Independence Pass which she says is her spiritual home. The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, founded by part time Aspenite Evelyn Lauder in 1993, will hold its annual Symposium and Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. The luncheon is being held in

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MARKET Enjoying the Saturday Market are Caroline Field and her mother, Gail Simmons.

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Susan and Pepper Gomes are regular shoppers at the Farmers Market.

MARKET These little musicians play most Saturday’s at Diana Baker’s Low Flying Angels booth.

memory of Evelyn who died earlier this year of cancer. Undercurrent ... So many wonderful new books. Now that I have finished Nancy’s novel... I am immersed in the novel, “The Bloodletter’s Daughter” published by Linda Lafferty. Linda taught in the Aspen Public Schools, she trained Polo Ponies, and she is the wife of former Aspen Times editor Andy Stone.

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Ruth Phippeny of Nucla has a booth for her homemade toffee and it’s a favorite stopping place for many shoppers.

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MARKET Mark Noel and Bibi Barbosa sell their Itanuma Brasilian Cheese Bread.

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Jack D’Orio of Hillside Acres and his helper Elaine Finesilver. Jack spearheaded the forming of the Aspen Farmers Market and he brings produce from his farm every Saturday.

MARKET Guy Borden of Borden Farm in Delta has colorful displays of peppers during the autumn months.

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Lea Tyler sells wooden bowls at her Tylerware booth.

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SEE Ilona Bachelier and Jean Texier star in the French film “The War of the Buttons,” showing Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Wheeler Opera House as part of Aspen Filmfest.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Get Out of Town: A Travel Series 6 p.m. - 7 p.m., Pitkin County Library, Aspen. A family Christmas in southern Patagonia. Two tiny cars. Six expectations. One family’s journey. From the shores of the Atlantic to the peaks of the Andes and back again. Pictures and stories by Jocelyn and Dave Durrance. Call 970-429-1900. Karaoke 10 p.m., The Red Onion, 420 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen. Live karaoke with Hugh. Call 970-925-9955. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Boo Coo 7 p.m. - 11 p.m., St. Regis ResortAspen, Shadow Mountain Lounge. Live local music on Friday and Saturday nights, featuring local duo Chris Bank and Smokin’ Joe Kelly. Call 970-920-3300. Live Music Fridays 8 p.m. - 11 p.m., Riverside Grill, 181 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt. Featuring live music by popular local bands. Call 970-927-9301. Live Music Fridays 8 p.m. - 11 p.m., Riverside Grill. Join us for a fun time at Riverside Grill every Friday night with live music by popular local bands. Late night happy hour specials also available. Call 970-927-9301. Stephen Marley with Spragga Benz and Jo Mersa 10:30 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. Few people were surprised when Stephen Marley’s long awaited debut solo album, “Mind Control,” premiered at No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae Album chart in March 2007. It was bestowed with the Best Reggae Album Grammy in 2008 while its unplugged version, “Mind ControlAcoustic,” was similarly honored in 2010, increasing Stephen’s Grammy Award total,

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Beach, Calif., and Southern California influences helped yield their unparalleled sound —a mix of rock-pop, punk-reggae and hip-hop. Call 970-544-9800.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Boo Coo 7 p.m. - 11 p.m., St. Regis ResortAspen, Shadow Mountain Lounge. Live local music on Friday and Saturday nights, featuring local duo Chris Bank and Smokin’ Joe Kelly. Call 970-920-3300.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 Buckethead with Samples 9:25 p.m. - 11:55 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. Buckethead is a virtuoso guitarist, and multi instrumentalist who encompasses several genres of music. He has released 30 studio albums, 4 special releases and an EP. He has performed on over 50 more albums by other artists. His music spans such diverse areas as progressive metal, funk, blues, jazz, bluegrass, and avant-garde music. With Ben Samples to open. Call 970-544-9800.

Brit Floyd “The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show” 11 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. This Aspen debut features a brand new Brit Floyd show, “A Foot in the Door,” created by musical director Damian Darlington to celebrate the release of the official Pink Floyd “Best Of” album, “A Foot In the Door.” The performance will include all of Pink Floyd’s best work, track by track and as selected by Pink Floyd band members themselves. The show will also include a 23-minute rendition of “Echoes,” taken from Pink Floyd’s classic 1971 album, “Meddle.” Call 970-544-9800. Damian Smith and Terry Bannon 9 p.m., The Brick Pony, 202 Midland Ave., Basalt. Live music on Saturdays. Call 970-279-5021. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 Live Poetry Night 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m., Victoria’s Espresso & Wine Bar, 510 E. Durant Ave., Aspen. Sponsored by the Aspen Poets’ Society and featuring live music with singer/songwriter John Harrison, open mic for poets and featured poet Karen Glenn. Open to all poets and listeners. No fee. Call 970-379-2136. Tomorrows Bad Seeds with Through The Roots 9:30 p.m. - 11 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. Tomorrows Bad Seeds is a five-piece band from Hermosa

Open Mic Night 9:30 p.m, The Red Onion, 420 E. Cooper Ave., Aspen. Check out what Aspen’s songwriters and musicians have to offer. Call 970-925-9955. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 Haden Gregg and Friends 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., L’Hostaria, 620 E. Hyman Ave., Aspen. Live music every Tuesday. Call 970-925-9022. Movie Night: The Avengers 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen. Marvel makes cinematic history as it unites the super hero team of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in this action-packed blockbuster. No cover charge. Call 970-544-9800.

THE ARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Sign-up: Demystifying Encaustic — Collage & Paint 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wyly Community Art

Center, 99 Midland Spur, Basalt. Registration in progress for course led by K. Cesark for adults (all skill levels), to be offered Nov. 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration is required. Tuition is $170 plus $30 studio fee; members receive 10 percent off. For more information and to register, visit www. wylyarts.org. Call 970-927-4123. Adult Intermediate Ballet Class 9 a.m. 10:30 a.m., Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, basement of Colorado Mountain College, 0245 Sage Way, Aspen. $16 per class for drop-ins. A punch card good for 10 classes is $140. Call 970-925-7175. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Trunk Show 5 p.m. - 8 p.m., Healthy Horse Boutique, 489 Rose Lane, Carbondale. Healthy Horse Boutique hosts a Trunk Show, offering complimentary beverages and appetizers to attendees while they shop. Call to RSVP or email hhboutique@gmail.com. Call 970) 309-4223. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Studio Art Sale 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Willits Town Center, 850 E. Valley Road, across from Whole Foods, Basalt. Dick Carter’s Epic Studio Art Sale on Sept. 29 and 30 features works of all sizes and periods. Percentage of sales will benefit the Wyly Community Art Center in Basalt. Free and open to the public. Call 310-344-4750. Future Foodies Art Event 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., The park at Whole Foods Market, Basalt. A one-of-kind art project with Wyly Community Arts Center, for ages 6-12. Participants will be doing produce stamping on custom future foodie bags while learning about nutrition and color in one’s palate. Classes at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The limit is 25 kids per one-hour session. Sign up now. Call 970-927-1500.

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 Signup: Boys Art Club II, Wyly Community Art Center, 99 Midland Spur, Basalt. Led by Nicole Nagel-Gogolak, for ages 6-11, on Tuesdays, Oct. 16-Nov. 20 from 4-5:30 p.m. (drop off and open studio from 3:30-4 p.m.). Free preview on Oct. 16. Registration is required. Tuition is $110 plus $25 studio fee, members receive 10 percent off. Visit www.wylyarts.org for more information or to register. Call 970-927-4123.

Bike Tour 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m., Wheeler/ Stallard Museum, 620 W. Bleeker St., Aspen. Enjoy a pleasant tour by bicycle that begins in Aspen’s Victorian West End, loops through the grounds of the Aspen Institute, and winds through town to the original Lift One. $15 per adult, $12 per senior and free for children, age 12 and younger. Offered by the Aspen Historical Society. Call 970-925-3721.

Candidate Forum on Water 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Calaway Room, Third Street Center, 520 Third St., Carbondale. The Roaring Fork Watershed Collaborative and Roaring Fork Conservancy are hosting a Candidate Forum on Water for Eagle, Pitkin and Garfield county commissioner candidates. Aspen Public Radio’s Carolyne Heldman will moderate. Learn from the candidates their views on local watershed and river issues

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Pumpkin Patch 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fun for the family. Kids can choose and decorate a pumpkin and enjoy climbing Straw Mountain, navigating the straw maze, taking a hayride, bobbing for apples and honing their skills at “pumpkin” golf, ring the pumpkin and more. Open Fridays from 1-4:30 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Food available. Call 970-984-3850.

Signup: Girls Art Club II, Wyly Community Art Center, 99 Midland Spur, Basalt. Led by Nicole Nagel-Gogolak, for ages 6-11, on Wednesdays, Oct. 17-Nov. 21, from 4-5:30 p.m. (drop off and open studio from 3:30-4 p.m.). Free preview on Oct. 17. Registration is required. Focusing on learning basic drawing, painting and sculpture, participants will learn concepts of space, line, proportion, and scale. Tuition is $110 and $25 studio fee, members receive 10 percent off. Visit www. wylyarts.org for more information and to register. Call 970-927-4123. Signup: Pre-School Art Romp 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wyly Community Art Center, 99 Midland Spur, Basalt. Registration in progress for Pre-School Art Romp: Imagination Station, Choo Choo with Langford Barksdale, for ages 3-5 (parents must be present with 3- and 4-year-olds). Class is on Tuesdays, Oct. 16-Nov. 20 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Free preview on Oct. 16. Registration is required. Participants will develop their imaginations as they create paper cutouts, collage them together and create masks of train faces. For more information and to register visit www. wylyarts.org. Call 970-927-4123. Story Art 10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m., Pitkin County Library, Aspen. A fun, free event where art and stories come together. Children leave with an art project to take home. For ages 3-5 years. Co-sponsored by Aspen Art Museum and Pitkin County Library. Call 970-429-1900. Beginning/Intermediate Ballet 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Third Street Center, 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Beginning to intermediate ballet class taught by faculty of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Call 970-925-7175.

YOGA & EXERCISE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class 6:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m., Coredination 520 S. Third St., Carbondale. Certified yoga instruction in Vinyasa flow with a synthesis of postures (asanas) designed to increase range and build core strength. Accentuate and balance fitness goals with this class. Call 970-379-8108. Tai Chi/Qigong 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Aspen Historical Society, 620 W. Bleeker St., outside in the garden. Gentle flowing movements to energize, relax, refocus and restore. All levels are welcome. Call 970-925-1130. Seniors Yoga Series 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Aspen Health and Harmony, El Jebel. In this series, explore different aspects of the body and mind through seated postures in a chair, balance postures using the chair, and kneeling and prone postures. Students must be comfortable going from a standing position to a kneeling position to lying on the back on their own. Experience improved balance, flexibility, strength and gain a sense of mental clarity and spiritual peace. The class is open to all experiencing physical limitations, who wish to begin yoga in a gentle and safe way. Call 704-9642. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Aspen Skating Club Signup 4 p.m., Aspen Recreation Center/Aspen Ice Garden. Learn to skate with Aspen Skating Club; enroll now for the 2012-13 season. Classes offered every Tuesday and Friday at 4 p.m. and Sundays at 5:15 p.m. All ages and all ability levels are welcome. Private and group instruction available. For additional information, contact Teri Hooper at hoopertk@comcast.net or call. Call 970-379-5900.

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SEE “Bidder 70,” a documentary about imprisoned activist Tim DeChristopher, will show Aug. 25 for the Wheeler Opera House’s MountainSummit. Yoga For Lunch 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Aspen Health & Harmony, El Jebel. Community yoga class. Call 970-704-9642. Yoga Retreat 4 p.m. - 6 p.m., Aspen Meadows, Aspen. Hatha Yoga with long-time Aspen instructor Joann Connington. Three yoga classes and Saturday lunch at Platos restaurant included for $195. Call 719-256-5129. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 Aikido at CMC 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Colorado Mountain College, Aspen campus. Aikido is an effective self-defense as well as a fun and dynamic work out. Class offered Mondays and Wednesdays. Beginners welcome. Try the first class for free. Call 970-379-4676. Beginning Pole Dance 6 p.m. - 7 p.m., Honey’s Pole Fitness, Basalt. Beginninglevel pole dance workout. Learn basic lifts, spins, dance, floor work and safety. No experience necessary. At 7 p.m., it’s Pole Dance Workout, focusing on the strength and flexibility needed to pole dance. Call 970-274-1564.

THE COMMUNITY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Sign-up: Demystifying Encaustic — Collage & Paint 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wyly Community Art Center, 99 Midland Spur, Basalt. Registration in progress for course led by K. Cesark for adults (all skill levels), to be offered Nov. 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration is required. Tuition is $170 plus $30 studio fee; members receive 10 percent off. For more information and to register, visit www. wylyarts.org. Call 970-927-4123.

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and how, if elected, they will work to protect the Roaring Fork Watershed. This will also be aired live on KDNK — at 88.1, 88.3 and 88.5 FM in the Roaring Fork Valley and at KDNK.org. Call 970-927-1290. Holistic Wellness Clinic 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m., Woody Creek Community Center, 0006 Woody Creek Plaza. Free medical assessments with Dr. Jody Powell, naturopath; Heidi Stoeckl, acupuncturist; Ricki McKenna, nutritionist; and Brendan Roberts, acupuncturist. Walk-in appointments, open to all. Call 970-922-2342. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Journaling & Meditation: Two Keys For Your Creativity And Health 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., Bonfire Coffee 433 Main St, Carbondale. Journaling & Meditation are two key practices that contribute to health and well-being, and support you in living a life of peace and joy. Elizabeth Welles will share her experience and wisdom from her lifelong exploration with journaling, creativity and meditation, and she will read from her book, Journaling for Well-Being & Peace. Sponsored by Davi Nikent and Bonfire Coffee. Call 323-682-4025. Rock ‘n’ Roast 6 p.m. - 10 p.m., PAC3, Carbondale. A benefit for area early childhood programs, including Children’s Rocky Mountain School, OUR School, Growing Years and Mt. Sopris Montessori School. Event features games, music, silent auction and a drawing for prizes. Food will be provided by local “roasters,” including Epicurious, Hickory House, SIX89, Slow Groovin BBQ and Smoke. Must be at least 21 to attend. For more information or to purchase tickets ($35 in advance or $40 at the door), call 963-3506 (ext. 2). Call 970963-3506 (ext. 2).

Fiesta de Tamales 5 p.m. - 9 p.m., Basalt Middle School, 51 School St. Colorful dancing, thousands of dollars in prizes and tons of tamales at English in Action’s annual fundraiser. Fiesta de Tamales celebrates the cultures that enrich the Roaring Fork Valley, while raising money and awareness for a local nonprofit. The evening features a performance by Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s Folklorico dancers, entertainment from magician Doc Eason, DJ Tyler Tucker, a local choir, and more than 1,000 tamales and pupusas to energize attendees. $15 per adult and $5 per child. Call 970-963-9200. Thompson Divide Coalition and John Fielder 5 p.m. - 8 p.m., T Lazy 7 Ranch, Aspen. Featuring local food, music, dancing and a fireside chat with John Fielder. Tickets are $100 per person, available at savethompsondivide.org. Call 970-355-4223. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 Mac Monday 12 p.m. - 1 p.m., Basalt Regional Library. Get all your questions answered about the world of Mac. Call 970-927-4311. Monday Gathering 8 a.m. - 9:30 a.m., Pitkin County Republican Headquarters, Eighth and Main streets, Aspen. Stop by for complimentary coffee, fresh pastries and good conversation. Call 970-925-2810. West African Dance Class 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Carbondale Community School, 1505 Satank Road. Join live drummers for a fun, energetic dance class that is differentiated for all ages and abilities. This progressive six-week series will focus on one or two dances and will build a foundation for the style and movement of African dance. Come all six weeks ($60) or just drop in a time or two ($12 per class). Call 970-404-0305.

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2011 DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY TAXES As of September 27, 2012, Published in The Aspen Times Weekly October 04, 11, and 18, 2012

KAREN L. SHEAFFER Eagle County Treasurer PO Box 479 Eagle, Colorado 81631 ATTENTION EAGLE COUNTY PROPERTY OWNERS Delinquent taxpayer names will appear in all issues of the delinquent tax list published weekly for three consecutive weeks. Tax payments must be in the Eagle County Treasurer’s Office on or before November 05, 2012 IN CASH OR CERTIFIED FUNDS to avoid delinquent property going to tax lien sale to be held on November 7, 2012. If the property goes through the tax lien sale process, the owner will be required to pay investor’s interest at the rate of ten percent (10%) per annum. Redemption of these taxes must be paid in cash or certified funds within three (3) years or a Treasurer’s Deed may be issued to the investor. All payments must be made to the Eagle County Treasurer. Contact the Eagle County Treasurer’s Office at (970) 328-8860 for any information regarding delinquent taxes. EAGLE COUNTY TREASURER DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAX LIST Treasurer’s Office, Eagle County, State of Colorado Public Notice is Hereby Given that I will, according to law, offer at Public Sale at the Eagle County Room, Eagle County Building, 500 Broadway, Eagle Colorado on the 7th day of November, 2012 A.D. and succeeding days, if required, commencing at the hour of 9:00 a.m. of said day, tax liens on the following described real estate and improvements situated in the said County (legal descriptions may be incomplete) of which taxes for the year 2011 and prior, or special assessments (Spring Creek Special Assessments) and Delinquent Utility Assessments and Delinquent Fees, as duly certified to this office for collection have not been paid as herein below set down together with interest, advertising, penalties and a $4.00 certificate fee as provided by law, to wit: 1. R048186 20 LARA PLACE BORROWER LLC PO BOX 2882 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD FIL 5 Lot: 186 BK-0746 PG-0652 MAP 12-17-97 R660420 MAP 06-23-98 Actual Value: 414,400 000020 LARA PL GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4,010.88 INT 280.76 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,330.64 2. R026120 234 LLC PO BOX 1999 BASALT, CO 81621 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 86 PCLIN E1/2SE1/4 Subdivision: BASALT Block: 3 Lot: 33 BK-0448 PG-0037 WD Actual Value: 880,960 000234 MIDLAND AVE BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 13,279.60 INT 929.57 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $14,248.17 3. R040415 450 BUFFALO PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 331 BOULDER, CO 80306 Subdivision: TREETOPS CONDO Unit: X BK-0607 PG-0204 DEC 04-23-93 BK-0607 PG-0205 MAP 04-23-93 Actual Value: 2,007,310 000450 E LIONSHEAD CIR X VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 27,301.44 INT 1,911.10 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $29,251.54 4. R043223 ADAZI LLP MONTANAS CALLZAS 450 LOMAS DE CHAPULTEPAC 11000 MEXICO, Subdivision: CHATEAU TERRACE Unit: 1400 BK-0680 PG-0933 MAP 11-14-95 BK-0680 PG-0934 DEC 11-14-95 Actual Value: 2,321,260 000122 SCOTT HILL RD 1400 BEAVER CREEK AREA 2011 TAX 11,151.60 INT 780.61 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $11,971.21 5. R027175 AL STEPHENS INC 3200 PORT ROYALE DR N 2105 FT LAUDERDALE, FL 33308-7808 Subdivision: LOS PINONES ESTATES Lot: 9 Actual Value: 230,000 000127 PASEO EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 4,337.44 INT 303.62 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,680.06 6. R060335 AMPH LLC 701 BRICKELL AVE STE 2550 MIAMI, FL 33131 DESC: VAIL PLAZA PENTHOUSE UNIT Subdivision: VAIL PLAZA HOTEL RESORT CLUB R200731904 DEC 12-05-07 Actual Value: 3,158,130 000016 VAIL RD PH VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 11,790.20 INT 825.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $12,654.51

7. R045991 APPLE, SUSAN A. GRAFTON PO BOX 1777 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: CORDILLERA VALLEY CLUB FIL 6 Lot: 14 BK-0727 PG-0142 MAP 05-19-97 BK-0734 PG-0519 DEC Actual Value: 1,635,010 0001E SANCTUARY LN EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 9,860.44 INT 690.23 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $10,589.67 8. R026016 APPLE, SUSAN ANN GRAFTON PO BOX 1777 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH (35 AC SURVEY PLAT) Lot: 5 BK-0445 PG-0901 BK-0449 PG-0374 R800700 QCD Actual Value: 424,300 014241 HWY 6 2011 TAX 6,910.12 INT 483.71 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,432.83 9. R058148 ARAKI, MATTHEW M. & NANCIE E. 8636 DAVCO DR MORRISON, CO 80468 Subdivision: PARKER-POLLITT SUBDIVISION Lot: 1 R830422 LET 04-18-03 R200602837 EAS 02-02-06 Actual Value: 192,100 000594 CASTLE DR EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 920.48 INT 64.43 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,023.91 10. R024494 AVON CENTER #509 LLC C/O MICHAEL STACK 1011 WALNUT ST STE 410 BOULDER, CO 80302 Subdivision: AVON CNTR AT BEAVER CREEK I Unit: 509 BK-0422 PG-0609 WD 08-08-85 BK-0609 PG-0966 QCD Actual Value: 394,910 000100 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 509 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 1,807.00 INT 126.49 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,972.49 11. R044628 B.T. STERN FAMILY ESTATE PLANNING LLC PO BOX 4030 AVON, CO 81620-4030 Subdivision: DIAMOND HEAD TOWNHOUSES Lot: 3A BK-0705 PG-0558 MAP 09-17-96 BK-0705 PG-0559 DEC Actual Value: 318,390 000212 EAGLE RD 3A EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,677.40 INT 117.42 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,833.82 12. R044630 B.T. STERN FAMILY ESTATE PLANNING LLC PO BOX 4030 AVON, CO 81620-4030 Subdivision: DIAMOND HEAD TOWNHOUSES Lot: 3C BK-0705 PG-0558 MAP 09-17-96 BK-0705 PG-0559 DEC Actual Value: 324,140 000212 EAGLE RD 3C EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,708.48 INT 119.59 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,867.07 13. R044631 B.T. STERN FAMILY ESTATE PLANNING LLC PO BOX 4030 AVON, CO 81620-4030 Subdivision: DIAMOND HEAD TOWNHOUSES Lot: 3D BK-0705 PG-0558 MAP 09-17-96 BK-0705 PG-0559 DEC Actual Value: 318,390 000212 EAGLE RD 3D EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,677.40 INT 117.42 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,833.82 14. R022527 BANK OF AMERICA NA 999 18TH ST STE 2301 DENVER, CO 80202-2402 Subdivision: HOMESTEAD FIL 1 Block: 10 Lot: 12 BK-0327 PG-0168 BK-0464 PG-0352 QCD 12-31-86 Actual Value: 744,000 000094 CAMERON PL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 1,503.06 INT 90.18 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,632.24 15. R018015 BARKER, GARY M. & DIANE PO BOX 612 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: KAIBAB FIL 1 Lot: 57 BK-0474 PG-0655 PTD 11-24-87 Actual Value: 359,760 000055 FULFORD CT EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,608.32 INT 112.58 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,759.90 16. R006492 BARONG LLC PO BOX 1007 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: VAIL VILLAGE PLAZA CONDOS Unit: 6B BK-0525 PG-0640 DEC 03-22-90 Actual Value: 82,690 000100 E MEADOW DR 6B VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,124.68 INT 78.73 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,242.41 17. R051941 BARTH, JOHN M. PO BOX 3111 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: QUAIL RUN TOWNHOMES FIL 2 Lot: K5 R751491 MAP 03-08-01 Actual Value: 172,250

0108-5 QUAIL CIR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 801.36 INT 56.10 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $896.46 18. R021006 BATES, CALVIN L. & JAMIE L. PO BOX 3775 EAGLE, CO 81631-3775 Subdivision: HORSE PASTURE FIL 1 Lot: 5 BK-0397 PG-0249 BK-0404 PG-0538 Actual Value: 980,830 000908 MAYNE ST GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4,563.76 INT 319.46 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,922.22 19. R018264 BENNETT, VANESSA-BREUL, COURTNEY-SEEGER, 17201 125TH ST SE SNOHOMISH, WA 98290-8838 DESC: BLDG 1D PH III Subdivision: HOMESTEAD COURT CLUB TNHS COND Unit: 14 BK-0401 PG-0657 BK-0437 Actual Value: 407,910 000470 HOMESTEAD DR 14 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 1,648.24 INT 115.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,802.62 20. R046394 STATE OF COLORADO COLORADO STATE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 1127 SHERMAN ST STE 300 DENVER, CO 80203-2398 DESC: STATE LAND LEASE #S-34214 Subdivision: MARKET PLACE COMMERCIAL CONDOS Unit: 220 BK-0725 Actual Value: 22,120 041184 HWY 6 220 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 427.20 INT 29.90 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $496.10 21. R030896 BEVERIDGE, RICHARD & LAVINA PO BOX 1406 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: BROADWAY PROFESSIONAL BLDG Block: 27 PARCEL B BK-0468 PG-0329 BSD 08-20-87 BK-0470 Actual Value: 252,130 000405 BROADWAY EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 4,401.88 INT 308.13 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,749.01 22. R007394 BILLOTTI, PATRICIA 18 POWDER HILL SADDLE RIVER, NJ 07458 Subdivision: MARK LODGE Unit: 5-E R923689 DEED 05-20-05 R200615657 DEC 06-14-06 Actual Value: 1,220,580 000714 LIONSHEAD PL 5E VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 4,556.80 INT 318.98 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,914.78 23. R046095 BLACK BEAR BUILDERS-5 LLC PO BOX 341 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: VILLAGE AT COTTON RANCH Lot: 7A BK-0736 PG-0771 MAP 09-10-97 R653068 MAP 04-17-98 Actual Value: 59,380 000025 BLACK BEAR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,094.24 INT 146.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,279.84 24. R046096 BLACK BEAR BUILDERS-5 LLC PO BOX 341 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: VILLAGE AT COTTON RANCH Lot: 7B BK-0736 PG-0771 MAP 09-10-97 R653068 MAP 04-17-98 Actual Value: 59,380 000025 BLACK BEAR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,094.24 INT 146.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,279.84 25. R010479 BLEU CIEL LLC 1390 BRICKELL AVE STE 200 MIAMI, FL 33131 Subdivision: VAIL LIONSHEAD CENTRE CONDO Unit: 303 R937623 EAS 11-21-05 R937624 EAS 11-21-05 Actual Value: 857,430 000520 E LIONSHEAD CIR 303 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 3,200.92 INT 224.06 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,463.98 26. R045145 BMW LLC PO BOX 1563 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: AVON COMMERCIAL CENTER Unit: 129 BK-0716 PG-0241 MAP 01-15-97 BK-0716 PG-0242 DEC Actual Value: 355,400 000100 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 129 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 5,925.80 INT 414.81 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,379.61 27. R045146 BMW LLC PO BOX 1563 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: AVON COMMERCIAL CENTER Unit: 130 BK-0716 PG-0241 MAP 01-15-97 BK-0716 PG-0242 DEC Actual Value: 469,370 000100 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 130 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 7,825.96 INT 547.82 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $8,412.78

TOTAL DUE: $6,045.64

28. R045147 BMW LLC PO BOX 1563 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: AVON COMMERCIAL CENTER Unit: 135 BK-0716 PG-0241 MAP 01-15-97 BK-0716 PG-0242 DEC Actual Value: 121,400 000100 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 135 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 2,024.32 INT 141.70 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,205.02

39. R006558 BURROWS, ANDREA PO BOX 1086 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: RIVER FRONT Lot: 10 BK-0529 PG-0064 MAP 05-14-90 R200628163 DC 08-07-06 R200628161 Actual Value: 534,430 000172 OLD COUNTY LN EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 2,159.40 INT 151.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,349.56

29. R025499 BOWMAN, CRIS ANN PO BOX 4330 AVON, CO 81620 DESC: BLDG P Subdivision: SUNRIDGE AT AVON PHASE II Unit: 101 BK-0693 PG-0900 QCD 05-01-96 R737409 EAS Actual Value: 192,920 001061 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD P101 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 883.08 INT 61.82 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $983.90

40. R040392 BUTHMAN FAMILY LIVING TRUST PO BOX 2342 EDWARDS, CO 81632-2342 Subdivision: ARROWHEAD AT VAIL FIL 16 Lot: 9 BK-0613 PG-0184 MAP 07-07-93 R200812364 QCD 06-04-08 Actual Value: 1,636,860 000143 ASPEN RIDGE LN EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 8,608.40 INT 602.59 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $9,249.99 41. R059382 BYERS, JOHN C. & JILL B. 2590 NORTH KINGS HWY FORT PIERCE, FL 34951 Subdivision: EAGLE COUNTY AIRPORT GARAGES FILING 1 Unit: 7 R200702159 MAP 01-25-07 R200702160 DEC Actual Value: 33,840 000055 SPRING CREEK RD 7 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 573.40 INT 40.14 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $652.54

30. R020702 BOWMAN, JOHN & CRIS PO BOX 4330 AVON, CO 81620 Section: 13 Township: 3 Range: 86 TRACTS 41 & 42A Actual Value: 4,480 013407 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 69.36 INT 4.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $113.22 31. R024439 BRADVICA, NOLAN PO BOX 4127 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: LOST LANE SUB FIL 3 Lot: 24 Actual Value: 90,440 000713 LOST LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 420.84 INT 29.46 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $489.30

42. R060737 CAMPISI CLAN LLC 173 LEWIS LN BASALT, CO 81621-9398 Subdivision: MARKET STREET LOFTS Unit: 304 R200811080 MAP 05-28-08 R200811081 DEC 05-28-08 R200811082 Actual Value: 284,970 000361 ROBINSON ST 304 EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 1,695.80 INT 118.71 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,853.51

32. R059244 BRAYKAT ENTERPRISES LLC PO BOX 4415 EAGLE, CO 81631 DESC: PHASE V Subdivision: EAGLE RIVER COMMERCIAL CENTER Unit: 602 R200634155 MAP 12-14-06 R200634156 Actual Value: 133,170 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,365.52 INT 165.59 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,570.11 33. R009836 BRIDGE STREET BUILDING LLC 280 COLUMBINE ST STE 209 DENVER, CO 80206-4718 Subdivision: RUCKSACK CONDO Unit: C-1 BK-0269 PG-0448 BK-0271 PG-0125 R200719014 SWD 07-13-07 R200811925 Actual Value: 590,940 000288 BRIDGE ST C1 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 8,037.24 INT 562.61 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $8,638.85 34. R009837 BRIDGE STREET BUILDING LLC 280 COLUMBINE ST STE 209 DENVER, CO 80206-4718 Subdivision: RUCKSACK CONDO Unit: C-2 BK-0269 PG-0448 BK-0271 PG-0125 R200719014 SWD 07-13-07 R200811925 Actual Value: 2,651,050 000288 BRIDGE ST C2 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 36,056.72 INT 2,523.97 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $38,619.69 35. R009838 BRIDGE STREET BUILDING LLC 280 COLUMBINE ST STE 209 DENVER, CO 80206-4718 Subdivision: RUCKSACK CONDO Unit: C-3 BK-0269 PG-0488 BK-0271 PG-0125 R200719014 SWD 07-13-07 R200811925 Actual Value: 1,152,160 000288 BRIDGE ST C3 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 15,670.68 INT 1,096.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $16,806.63 36. R009940 BRIDGE STREET BUILDING LLC 280 COLUMBINE ST STE 209 DENVER, CO 80206-4718 Subdivision: VAIL VILLAGE FILING 1 Block: 5A Lot: C & D PT OF BK-0211 PG-0020 WD 08-02-67 BK-0211 PG-0021 Actual Value: 1,055,290 000288 BRIDGE ST VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 14,353.28 INT 1,004.73 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $15,397.01 37. R018194 BROMBERG, MARK L. & JUTTA K. 1801 KINGS ISLE DR PLANO, TX 75093 Subdivision: ARROWHEAD AT VAIL FIL 15 Lot: 1 R802008 WD 07-12-02 R884720 LET 07-08-04 R904804 WD Actual Value: 2,994,640 000021 HILLSIDE CT AVON AREA 2011 TAX 15,750.00 INT 1,102.50 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $16,891.50 38. R055220 BROOK SHERICK DESIGN LTD 227 MIDLAND AVE 16-A BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: RIVERWALK AT THE FRYINGPAN Unit: 16A R862016 MAP 12-16-03 R862017 DEC 12-16-03 Actual Value: 262,020 000227 MIDLAND AVE 16A BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 5,613.68 INT 392.96 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00

43. R629155 CARTER, BARBARA J. & ROBERT RANDL PO BOX 1195 AVON, CO 81620 MINE: OGDEN LODE - 1927 BK-0416 PG-0088 06-04-85 BK-0416 PG-0089 06-04-85 BK-0487 PG-0863 BK-0489 Actual Value: 225,810 001500 FOREST SERVICE RD 731 2011 TAX 799.48 INT 55.96 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $894.44 44. R014280 CARTER, WANDA J. PO BOX 102 WOLCOTT, CO 81655 Subdivision: CARTERVILLE Lot: 1 BK-0181 PG-0265 BK-0343 PG-0553 QCD 07-20-82 BK-0346 PG-0942 MAP Actual Value: 289,810 002406 SQUAW CREEK RD EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 1,131.56 INT 79.21 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,249.77 45. R043313 CHIRICHILLO, PATRICK V. & DANITA PO BOX 18296 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: EAGLE-VAIL FIL 2 Block: 4 Lot: 34-A R681084 QCD 12-21-98, BK-0683 PG-0446 MAP Actual Value: 688,740 000049 BEAR CT A EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 3,628.80 INT 254.02 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,921.82 46. R058254 CLEARWATER DEVELOPMENT INC ETAL HATLE, RUSS E. BROCK, VERN BUDD, C. MICHAEL PO BOX 1307 GYPSUM, CO 81637-1307 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 45 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000098 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 965.16 INT 183.38 TOTAL DUE: $1,818.93 47. R600255 CLEMENTS, JOHN W. PO BOX 896 EAGLE, CO 81631 MINE: KENTUCKY BOY - 7015 Actual Value: 49,770 2011 TAX 641.96 INT 44.94 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $725.90 48. R019233 COE, KATIE - LAVEZZI, DENNIS PO BOX 4034 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: EAGLE-VAIL TOWNHOUSE QUADPLEX Unit: 3 R932161 QCD 09-01-05 R200715326 QCD 05-22-07 Actual Value: 333,230 000032 EAGLE RD 3 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,756.16 INT 122.93 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,918.09 49. R039783 COLEMAN, KEITH & LAVON PO BOX 381828 GERMANTOWN, TN 38654

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Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 6 Lot: 17 BK-0593 PG-0159 MAP 11-03-92 BK-0583 PG-0584 DEC Actual Value: 3,070,350 000032 STAG GULCH CT 2011 TAX 13,085.66 INT 785.14 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $13,909.80

2011 TAX 4.40 INT 0.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $43.71 60. R054673 DAMI LLC C/O LEE WEINSTEIN 2975 VALMONT RD 230 BOULDER, CO 80301 Subdivision: PLEASANT VALLEY RANCH TRACT 9 R830853 MAP 04-22-03 R867660 DEC 02-11-04 R200601298 PTD Actual Value: 1,480 2011 TAX 23.68 INT 1.66 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $64.34

50. R029234 COOLEY, ALAN D. & TONI PO BOX 1327 EAGLE, CO 81631-1327 Subdivision: RIVERS BEND FIL 1 Lot: 5 BK-0215 PG-0307 WD 03-12-69 BK-0266 PG-0832 QCD 02-01-78 Actual Value: 205,840 013793 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 873.96 INT 61.18 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $974.14

61. R054674 DAMI LLC C/O LEE WEINSTEIN 2975 VALMONT RD 230 BOULDER, CO 80301 Subdivision: PLEASANT VALLEY RANCH TRACT 10 R830853 MAP 04-22-03 R867660 DEC 02-11-04 R200601298 PTD Actual Value: 1,440 2011 TAX 23.16 INT 1.62 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $63.78

51. R042982 COTTON RANCH PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 936 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD FIL 1 Lot: 8 BK-0679 PG-0439 MAP 10-27-95 BK-0679 PG-0552 DEC 10-30-95 Actual Value: 57,000 000161 BLACK BEAR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,010.32 INT 140.72 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,190.04

62. R056879 DANIELS, GEORGE H., III 12775 HWY 6 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: GH DANIELS SUBDIVISION Lot: 2 R907678 MAP 03-02-05 Actual Value: 541,730 000160 GH DANIELS BLVD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,520.36 INT 176.43 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,735.79

52. R043003 COTTON RANCH PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 936 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD FIL 1 Lot: 38 BK-0679 PG-0439 MAP 10-27-95 BK-0679 PG-0552 DEC Actual Value: 76,000 000301 BLACK BEAR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,680.40 INT 187.63 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,907.03

63. R056883 DANIELS, GEORGE H., III 12775 HWY 6 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: GH DANIELS SUBDIVISION Lot: 6 R907678 MAP 03-02-05 Actual Value: 112,830 000141 GH DANIELS BLVD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,912.48 INT 133.87 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,085.35

53. R045242 COTTON RANCH PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 936 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD TIMBERWOLF FILING 3 Lot: 120 BK-0705 PG-0680 MAP 09-18-96 Actual Value: 76,000 000211 TIMBERWOLF GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,680.40 INT 187.63 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,907.03

64. R011707 DAVISON, GUILLERMO BARNETCHE 11C WARWICK TOWERS 1111 HERMANN DR HOUSTON, TX 77004 Subdivision: BEAVER CREEK SUB 5TH FIL Block: 3 Lot: 6 TRACT H R906750 GWD 02-17-05 Actual Value: 1,900,000 000010 BORDERS RD BEAVER CREEK AREA 2011 TAX 33,255.04 INT 2,327.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $35,621.89

54. R045272 COTTON RANCH PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 936 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD TIMBERWOLF FILING 3 Lot: 111 BK-0705 PG-0680 MAP 09-18-96 Actual Value: 76,000 000385 TIMBERWOLF GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,680.40 INT 187.63 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,907.03

65. R057495 DAVISON, STEVEN K. & SARAH JOHNSTON 2430 VICTORY PARK LN 2204 DALLAS, TX 75219 Subdivision: RED SKY RANCH RESUB TRACT AA Lot: 24 R927917 MAP 08-30-05 R927919 DEC 08-30-05 Actual Value: 1,621,050 000019 JUNIPER TRL WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 14,598.32 INT 1,021.88 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $15,659.20

55. R045285 COTTON RANCH PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 936 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD TIMBERWOLF FILING 3 Lot: 129 BK-0705 PG-0680 MAP 09-18-96 Actual Value: 76,000 000155 MARA CT GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,680.40 INT 187.63 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,907.03

66. R007763 DELGADO, ROLANDO & JULISSA CASO - GARCIA 154 ISLA DORADA BLVD CORAL GABLES, FL 33143-6549 Subdivision: LION SQUARE CONDO Unit: 18 R917761 DEC 06-01-05 R937626 EAS 11-21-05 R937627 EAS Actual Value: 1,206,610 000660 LIONSHEAD PL 18 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 4,516.00 INT 316.12 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,871.12

56. R032523 CRICHFIELD, DOUGLAS & KAREN PO BOX 6010 EAGLE, CO 81631-6010 Subdivision: HIGHLAND MEADOWS @ CASTLE PEAK PARCEL A BK-0531 PG-0772 DEC 06-15-90 BK-0579 Actual Value: 812,420 002505 RULE RD EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 6,517.00 INT 456.19 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,012.19

67. R032516 DELIA, RICHARD E. & MELINDA M. PO BOX 2223 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: HIGHLAND MEADOWS @ CASTLE PEAK Lot: 8 BK-0531 PG-0772 DEC 06-15-90 BK-0584 PG-0019 QCD Actual Value: 917,520 001005 CASTLE PEAK RANCH RD EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 4,101.16 INT 287.08 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,427.24

57. R043469 CVC LOT 11 LLC 3124 6TH PL SW LOVELAND, CO 80537 Subdivision: CORDILLERA VALLEY CLUB FIL 4 Lot: 11 BK-0690 PG-0445 MAP 03-19-96 BK-0698 PG-0180 MAP Actual Value: 236,250 001855 BEARD CREEK TRL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 5,190.44 INT 363.33 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,592.77

68. R057924 DENNISON, RICHARD PO BOX 998 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 22 Lot: 10 R936243 MAP 11-08-05 R936245 DEC 11-08-05 R941010 DEC Actual Value: 99,000 000203 N PENSTEMON LN EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 2,819.36 INT 197.36 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,055.72

58. R054669 DAMI LLC C/O LEE WEINSTEIN 2975 VALMONT RD STE 230 BOULDER, CO 80301-1361 Subdivision: PLEASANT VALLEY RANCH TRACT 5 (PART OF) R830853 MAP 04-22-03 R879181 SWD 05-27-04 Actual Value: 590 2011 TAX 9.36 INT 0.66 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $49.02

69. R046060 DIRVONAS ASSOCIATES PO BOX 665 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: EDWARDS COMMERCIAL PARK Unit: D-201 BK-0731 PG-0744 MAP 07-10-97 BK-0731 PG-0745 DEC Actual Value: 159,800 000210 EDWARDS VILLAGE BLVD D201 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 2,352.32 INT 164.66 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,555.98

59. R054670 DAMI LLC C/O LEE WEINSTEIN 2975 VALMONT RD STE 230 BOULDER, CO 80301-1361 Subdivision: PLEASANT VALLEY RANCH TRACT 6 (PART OF) R830853 MAP 04-22-03 R879182 SWD 05-27-04 Actual Value: 270

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WASHINGTON, DC 20007 Subdivision: RIVER DANCE AT ARROWHEAD Lot: 19 R684527 MAP 01-25-99 R684528 DEC 01-25-99 Actual Value: 1,603,620 000069 RIVER DANCE WY EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,984.02 INT 239.04 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,262.06 71. R044162 DORSEY, CONNIE H. & AMY PO BOX 6023 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: CORDILLERA VALLEY CLUB FIL 5 Lot: 1 BK-0701 PG-0250 MAP 07-31-96 BK-0701 PG-0251 DEC Actual Value: 1,046,580 000232 LEGENDS DR EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 6,311.72 INT 441.82 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,792.54 72. R050349 DOWNTOWN PARTNERS LLC 1295 MILANO CIR DUNEDIN, FL 34698 Subdivision: JULES DRIVE BUSINESS PARK AT GYPSUM Lot: 2 R723667 DEC 02-28-00 R723668 DEC 02-28-00 Actual Value: 80,680 000760 RED TABLE DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,367.72 INT 95.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,502.46 73. R050350 DOWNTOWN PARTNERS LLC 1295 MILANO CIR DUNEDIN, FL 34698 Subdivision: JULES DRIVE BUSINESS PARK AT GYPSUM Lot: 3 R723667 DEC 02-28-00 R723668 DEC 02-28-00 Actual Value: 80,680 000750 RED TABLE DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,367.72 INT 95.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,502.46 74. R050351 DOWNTOWN PARTNERS LLC 1295 MILANO CIR DUNEDIN, FL 34698 Subdivision: JULES DRIVE BUSINESS PARK AT GYPSUM Lot: 4 R723667 DEC 02-28-00 R723668 DEC 02-28-00 Actual Value: 80,680 000740 RED TABLE DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,367.72 INT 95.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,502.46 75. R050352 DOWNTOWN PARTNERS LLC 1295 MILANO CIR DUNEDIN, FL 34698 Subdivision: JULES DRIVE BUSINESS PARK AT GYPSUM Lot: 5 R723667 DEC 02-28-00 R723668 DEC 02-28-00 Actual Value: 80,680 000730 RED TABLE DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,367.72 INT 95.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,502.46 76. R050353 DOWNTOWN PARTNERS LLC 1295 MILANO CIR DUNEDIN, FL 34698 Subdivision: JULES DRIVE BUSINESS PARK AT GYPSUM Lot: 6 R723667 DEC 02-28-00 R723668 DEC 02-28-00 Actual Value: 80,680 000720 RED TABLE DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,367.72 INT 95.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,502.46 77. R050354 DOWNTOWN PARTNERS LLC 1295 MILANO CIR DUNEDIN, FL 34698 Subdivision: JULES DRIVE BUSINESS PARK AT GYPSUM Lot: 7 R723667 DEC 02-28-00 R723668 DEC 02-28-00 Actual Value: 155,440 000700 RED TABLE DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,634.92 INT 184.44 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,858.36 78. R046535 EAGLE RIVER HOLDINGS LLC C/O JOHN & AMY PACKER PO BOX 5018 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: WESTGATE CONDOMINIUMS Unit: 103 BK-0745 PG-0421 MAP 12-05-97 BK-0745 PG-0422 DEC Actual Value: 143,610 001060 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 103 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 2,394.60 INT 167.62 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,601.22 79. R046536 EAGLE RIVER HOLDINGS LLC C/O JOHN & AMY PACKER PO BOX 5018 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: WESTGATE CONDOMINIUMS Unit: 104 BK-0745 PG-0421 MAP 12-05-97 BK-0745 PG-0422 DEC Actual Value: 129,560 001060 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 104 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 2,160.00 INT 151.20 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,350.20 80. R046537 EAGLE RIVER HOLDINGS LLC C/O JOHN & AMY PACKER PO BOX 5018 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: WESTGATE CONDOMINIUMS Unit: 105 BK-0745 PG-0421 MAP 12-05-97 BK-0745 PG-0422 DEC Actual Value: 91,990 001060 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 105 AVON

AREA 2011 TAX 1,533.92 INT 107.37 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,680.29 81. R032980 EASTLEY, PHILIP PO BOX 26 SNOWMASS, CO 81654 Subdivision: COULTER CREEK RANCHES Lot: 16 BK-0334 PG-0437 R687664 EAS 02-22-99 R940909 WD 12-16-05 Actual Value: 192,500 2011 TAX 2,389.76 INT 167.28 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,596.04 82. R049738 EASTLEY, PHILIP PO BOX 26 SNOWMASS, CO 81654 Subdivision: SOPRIS MEADOWS ONE FIL 4 Lot: 70 R712919 MAP 10-26-99 R712921 DEC 10-26-99 Actual Value: 97,500 000430 MEADOW CT EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 2,114.52 INT 148.02 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,301.54 83. R060672 EDC WEST LLC PO BOX 711 EDWARDS, CO 81632 DESC: PHASE II Subdivision: EDWARDS DESIGN & CRAFT CENTER PUD CONDOMINIUMS Unit: D-4 R200808449 Actual Value: 728,170 5 MURRAY RD D4 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 6,273.68 INT 439.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,751.84 84. R057232 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 1 TRACT P (FUTURE DEVELOPMENT) R916179 MAP 05-18-05 Actual Value: 208,250 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 7,455.16 INT 521.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 8,553.92 INT 1,625.24 TOTAL DUE: $18,195.18 85. R057238 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 1 TRACT O (FUTURE DEVELOPMENT) R916179 MAP 05-18-05 Actual Value: 4,052,120 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 95,654.00 INT 6,695.78 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 52,856.28 INT 10,042.69 TOTAL DUE: $165,287.75 86. R057244 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 1 TRACT A (OPEN SPACE) R916179 MAP 05-18-05 R200604201 QCD Actual Value: 122,870 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4,398.52 INT 307.90 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 3,604.68 INT 684.89 TOTAL DUE: $9,034.99 87. R057245 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 1 TRACT B (OPEN SPACE) R916179 MAP 05-18-05 R200813606 MAP Actual Value: 209,630 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 7,504.52 INT 525.32 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 6,150.12 INT 1,168.52 TOTAL DUE: $15,387.48 88. R057608 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT EE (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 650 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 23.44 INT 1.64 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 19.24 INT 3.66 TOTAL DUE: $86.98 89. R057620 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 46 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 63,750 000010 FOXPROWL GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,282.60 INT 159.78 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 7,753.68 INT 1,473.20 TOTAL DUE: $11,708.26 90. R057621 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 45 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 63,750 000032 FOXPROWL GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,282.60 INT 159.78 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 7,753.68 INT 1,473.20 TOTAL DUE: $11,708.26

91. R057629 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT AA (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 24,350 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 871.56 INT 61.01 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 714.28 INT 135.71 TOTAL DUE: $1,821.56 92. R057630 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT LL (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 2,310 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 82.72 INT 5.79 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 67.80 INT 12.88 TOTAL DUE: $208.19 93. R057662 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT HH (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 1,320 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 46.92 INT 3.28 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 38.44 INT 7.30 TOTAL DUE: $134.94 94. R057679 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 68 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 75,000 000222 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 9,095.20 INT 1,728.09 TOTAL DUE: $13,735.28 95. R057680 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 67 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 75,000 000200 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 9,095.20 INT 1,728.09 TOTAL DUE: $13,735.28 96. R057681 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 66 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 75,000 000188 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 9,095.20 INT 1,728.09 TOTAL DUE: $13,735.28 97. R057682 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 65 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 75,000 000154 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 9,095.20 INT 1,728.09 TOTAL DUE: $13,735.28 98. R057683 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 64 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 75,000 000136 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 9,095.20 INT 1,728.09 TOTAL DUE: $13,735.28 99. R057684 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 63 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 75,000 000100 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 9,095.20 INT 1,728.09 TOTAL DUE: $13,735.28 100. R057688 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT GG (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 2,740 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 97.52 INT 6.83 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 79.92 INT 15.18 TOTAL DUE: $238.45 101. R057690 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC


9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT KK (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 630 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 22.24 INT 1.56 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 18.20 INT 3.46 TOTAL DUE: $84.46 102. R057709 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT JJ (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 3,000 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 107.40 INT 7.52 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 88.00 INT 16.72 TOTAL DUE: $258.64 103. R057719 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS TRACT BB (OPEN SPACE) R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 Actual Value: 3,410 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 122.20 INT 8.55 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 100.16 INT 19.03 TOTAL DUE: $288.94 104. R057793 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: J TRACT 3B (COMMON AREA) R929490 Actual Value: 5,290 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 188.88 INT 13.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 154.80 INT 29.41 TOTAL DUE: $425.31 105. R057809 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: J TRACT 3A (COMMON AREA) R929490 Actual Value: 23,870 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 854.28 INT 59.80 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 700.08 INT 133.02 TOTAL DUE: $1,786.18 106. R057816 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 11 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 10,860 000024 LASSO GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 388.88 INT 27.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,141.76 INT 406.93 TOTAL DUE: $3,003.79 107. R057821 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 16 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000031 LASSO GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,141.76 INT 406.93 TOTAL DUE: $2,899.45 108. R057822 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 17 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000011 LASSO GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 109. R057823 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K TRACT 3C (COMMON AREA) R929490 Actual Value: 9,270 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 332.08 INT 23.25 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 272.16 INT 51.71 TOTAL DUE: $718.20 110. R057825 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 36 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000105 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 111. R057826 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600

NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 35 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000026 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 112. R057827 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 34 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000056 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 113. R057828 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 24 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000075 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 114. R057829 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 23 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000057 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 115. R057845 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 1 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 10,860 000014 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 388.88 INT 27.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,771.46 116. R057846 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 2 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 10,860 000036 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 388.88 INT 27.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,771.46 117. R057847 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 3 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 10,860 000054 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 388.88 INT 27.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,771.46 118. R057848 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 4 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 10,860 000072 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 388.88 INT 27.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,771.46 119. R057849 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 40 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000015 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 120. R057850 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 39 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000035 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 121. R057851 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385

Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 38 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000063 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 122. R057852 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 37 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000083 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 123. R057853 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 33 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000078 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 124. R057854 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 32 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000098 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 125. R057855 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 31 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 9,230 000122 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 330.84 INT 23.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,709.36 126. R057856 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 30 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000138 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 127. R057857 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 29 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000151 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 128. R057858 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 28 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000145 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 129. R057859 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 27 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000139 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 130. R057860 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 26 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000123 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 131. R057861 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB

FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 25 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000097 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,946.52 INT 369.84 TOTAL DUE: $2,667.12 132. R057862 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K TRACT 3D (COMMON AREA) R929490 Actual Value: 18,040 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 645.64 INT 45.19 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 529.12 INT 100.53 TOTAL DUE: $1,359.48 133. R058250 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 49 R200612175 MAP 05-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000178 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 959.08 INT 182.23 TOTAL DUE: $1,811.70 134. R058251 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 48 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000156 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,032.96 INT 196.26 TOTAL DUE: $1,899.61 135. R058252 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 47 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000138 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,019.80 INT 193.76 TOTAL DUE: $1,883.95 136. R058253 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 46 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000116 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 957.08 INT 181.85 TOTAL DUE: $1,809.32 137. R058255 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 44 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000078 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 957.08 INT 181.85 TOTAL DUE: $1,809.32 138. R058256 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 43 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000056 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 961.12 INT 182.61 TOTAL DUE: $1,814.12 139. R058257 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 42 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000034 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 959.08 INT 182.23 TOTAL DUE: $1,811.70 140. R058258 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 41 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000018 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 981.36 INT 186.46 TOTAL DUE: $1,838.21 141. R058262 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 54

R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000149 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 959.08 INT 182.23 TOTAL DUE: $1,811.70 142. R058265 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 57 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000087 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 961.12 INT 182.61 TOTAL DUE: $1,814.12 143. R058267 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 59 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 16,490 000037 DOLL STATION GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 590.08 INT 41.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 955.04 INT 181.46 TOTAL DUE: $1,806.89 144. R058269 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW TRACT TT (IRRIGATION/OPEN SPACE) R200612175 Actual Value: 48,950 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,753.00 INT 122.71 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,436.60 INT 272.95 TOTAL DUE: $3,624.26 145. R058271 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 8 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000352 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,371.88 INT 260.66 TOTAL DUE: $2,206.50 146. R058272 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 9 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000316 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,310.16 INT 248.93 TOTAL DUE: $2,133.05 147. R058273 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 10 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000284 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,341.52 INT 254.89 TOTAL DUE: $2,170.37 148. R058274 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 11 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000256 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,447.76 INT 275.07 TOTAL DUE: $2,296.79 149. R058275 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 12 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000238 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,291.96 INT 245.47 TOTAL DUE: $2,111.39 150. R058276 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 13 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000216 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,226.20 INT 232.98 TOTAL DUE: $2,033.14

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151. R058277 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 14 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000166 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,170.52 INT 222.40 TOTAL DUE: $1,966.88

FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,291.96 INT 245.47 TOTAL DUE: $1,910.61 161. R058287 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 40 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000015 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,176.60 INT 223.55 TOTAL DUE: $1,773.33

152. R058278 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 15 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000138 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,170.52 INT 222.40 TOTAL DUE: $1,966.88

162. R058288 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 SUB:BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW LOT:39Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Actual Value: 8,730 000031 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,184.72 INT 225.10 TOTAL DUE: $1,783.00

153. R058279 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 23 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000291 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,552.96 INT 295.06 TOTAL DUE: $2,421.98

163. R058289 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 38 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000043 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,182.68 INT 224.71 TOTAL DUE: $1,780.57

154. R058280 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 24 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000265 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,583.32 INT 300.83 TOTAL DUE: $2,458.11

164. R058290 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 37 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000067 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,234.28 INT 234.51 TOTAL DUE: $1,841.97

155. R058281 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 25 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000229 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,585.32 INT 301.21 TOTAL DUE: $2,460.49

165. R058291 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 36 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000089 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,203.92 INT 228.74 TOTAL DUE: $1,805.84 166. R058292 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 35 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000105 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 981.36 INT 186.45 TOTAL DUE: $1,540.99

156. R058282 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 26 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000020 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,062.28 INT 201.83 TOTAL DUE: $1,637.29

167. R058293 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 34 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000127 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,112.88 INT 211.45 TOTAL DUE: $1,697.51

157. R058283 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 27 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000046 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,142.20 INT 217.02 TOTAL DUE: $1,732.40

168. R058294 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW TRACT UU (IRRIGATION/OPEN SPACE) R200612175 Actual Value: 105,280 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,768.92 INT 263.82 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 3,088.72 INT 586.86 TOTAL DUE: $7,747.32

158. R058284 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 28 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000076 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,160.40 INT 220.48 TOTAL DUE: $1,754.06 159. R058285 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 29 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000108 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,162.44 INT 220.86 TOTAL DUE: $1,756.48

169. R058295 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 1 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000580 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,273.72 INT 242.01 TOTAL DUE: $2,089.69

160. R058286 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 30 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000130 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00

170. R058296 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 2 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000554 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA

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2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,273.72 INT 242.01 TOTAL DUE: $2,089.69 171. R058297 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 3 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000532 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,273.72 INT 242.01 TOTAL DUE: $2,089.69 172. R058298 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 4 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000500 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,262.60 INT 239.89 TOTAL DUE: $2,076.45 173. R058299 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 5 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000470 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,371.88 INT 260.66 TOTAL DUE: $2,206.50 174. R058300 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 6 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000432 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,503.40 INT 285.65 TOTAL DUE: $2,363.01 175. R058301 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 7 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000390 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,390.08 INT 264.12 TOTAL DUE: $2,228.16 176. R058303 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 16 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000449 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,870.64 INT 355.42 TOTAL DUE: $2,800.02 177. R058304 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 17 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000421 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,940.44 INT 368.68 TOTAL DUE: $2,883.08 178. R058305 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 18 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000399 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,559.04 INT 296.22 TOTAL DUE: $2,429.22 179. R058306 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 19 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000376 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,542.84 INT 293.14 TOTAL DUE: $2,409.94

180. R058307 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 20 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000355 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,555.00 INT 295.45 TOTAL DUE: $2,424.41 181. R058308 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 21 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000333 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,895.92 INT 360.22 TOTAL DUE: $2,830.10 182. R058309 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 22 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 13,960 000313 WRANGLERS CROSSING GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 499.96 INT 35.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,834.20 INT 348.50 TOTAL DUE: $2,756.66 183. R058310 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 31 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000142 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,618.72 INT 307.56 TOTAL DUE: $2,299.46 184. R058311 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 32 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000144 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,365.80 INT 259.50 TOTAL DUE: $1,998.48 185. R058312 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 5 RANCHVIEW Lot: 33 R200612175 MAP 05-10-06 Actual Value: 8,730 000149 MOUNTAIN SPUR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 312.32 INT 21.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,413.36 INT 268.54 TOTAL DUE: $2,055.08 186. R058417 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4 CREEKSIDE TRACT MM (OPEN SPACE) R200609481 MAP 04-13-06 Actual Value: 460 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 16.04 INT 1.12 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 13.16 INT 2.50 TOTAL DUE: $71.82 187. R058419 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4 CREEKSIDE Lot: 2 R200609481 MAP 04-13-06 Actual Value: 75,000 000060 TALLGRASS GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,393.12 INT 264.69 TOTAL DUE: $4,569.80 188. R058420 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4 CREEKSIDE Lot: 3 R200609481 MAP 04-13-06 Actual Value: 75,000 000084 TALLGRASS GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,340.52 INT 254.70 TOTAL DUE: $4,507.21 189. R058422 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4 CREEKSIDE Lot: 5 R200609481 MAP 04-13-06 Actual Value: 75,000 000148 TALLGRASS GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,578.24 INT 299.87

TOTAL DUE: $4,790.10 190. R058440 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4 CREEKSIDE Lot: 23 R200609481 MAP 04-13-06 Actual Value: 75,000 000071 TALLGRASS GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,214.04 INT 230.67 TOTAL DUE: $4,356.70 191. R058441 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4 CREEKSIDE Lot: 24 R200609481 MAP 04-13-06 Actual Value: 75,000 000045 TALLGRASS GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,324.32 INT 251.62 TOTAL DUE: $4,487.93 192. R058443 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4 CREEKSIDE TRACT NN (IRIGATION/OPEN SPACE) R200609481 Actual Value: 960 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 34.56 INT 2.42 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 28.32 INT 5.38 TOTAL DUE: $109.68 193. R063430 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Tract: OO IRRIGATION/OPEN SPACE Actual Value: 4,220 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 150.60 INT 10.54 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 123.44 INT 23.45 TOTAL DUE: $347.03 194. R063431 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 26 Actual Value: 33,750 0046 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,481.12 INT 281.41 TOTAL DUE: $3,094.69 195. R063432 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 27 Actual Value: 33,750 0068 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,463.92 INT 278.15 TOTAL DUE: $3,074.23 196. R063433 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 28 Actual Value: 33,750 0094 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,493.28 INT 283.72 TOTAL DUE: $3,109.16 197. R063434 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 29 Actual Value: 33,750 0120 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,481.12 INT 281.41 TOTAL DUE: $3,094.69 198. R063435 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 30 Actual Value: 33,750 0136 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,563.08 INT 296.99 TOTAL DUE: $3,192.23 199. R063436 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 31 Actual Value: 33,750 0174 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,499.32 INT 284.87 TOTAL DUE: $3,116.35 200. R063437 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 32


Actual Value: 33,750 0202 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,467.96 INT 278.91 TOTAL DUE: $3,079.03 201. R063438 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 33 Actual Value: 33,750 0238 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,376.48 INT 451.53 TOTAL DUE: $4,160.17 202. R063439 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 34 Actual Value: 33,750 0272 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,053.76 INT 390.21 TOTAL DUE: $3,776.13 203. R063440 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 35 Actual Value: 33,750 0320 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,156.96 INT 409.82 TOTAL DUE: $3,898.94 204. R063441 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 36 Actual Value: 33,750 0328 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,145.80 INT 407.70 TOTAL DUE: $3,885.66 205. R063442 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 37 Actual Value: 33,750 0356 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,423.04 INT 460.38 TOTAL DUE: $4,215.58 206. R063443 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 38 Actual Value: 33,750 0372 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,766.00 INT 525.54 TOTAL DUE: $4,623.70 207. R063444 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Tract: QQ IRRIGATION/OPEN SPACE Actual Value: 60,410 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,162.84 INT 151.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,772.48 INT 336.77 TOTAL DUE: $4,462.49 208. R063445 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 39 Actual Value: 33,750 0371 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,269.24 INT 431.16 TOTAL DUE: $4,032.56 209. R063446 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 40 Actual Value: 33,750 0339 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,312.76 INT 439.42 TOTAL DUE: $4,084.34 210. R063447 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 41 Actual Value: 33,750 0313 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,006.20 INT 381.18 TOTAL DUE: $3,719.54 211. R063448 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385

Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 42 Actual Value: 33,750 0287 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,057.80 INT 390.98 TOTAL DUE: $3,780.94 212. R063449 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 43 Actual Value: 33,750 0257 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,169.08 INT 412.13 TOTAL DUE: $3,913.37 213. R063450 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 44 Actual Value: 33,750 0233 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,651.68 INT 503.82 TOTAL DUE: $4,487.66 214. R063451 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 45 Actual Value: 33,750 0197 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,177.16 INT 413.66 TOTAL DUE: $3,922.98 215. R063452 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 46 Actual Value: 33,750 0161 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,021.36 INT 384.06 TOTAL DUE: $3,737.58 216. R063453 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 47 Actual Value: 33,750 0137 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,129.64 INT 404.63 TOTAL DUE: $3,866.43 217. R063454 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 48 Actual Value: 33,750 0107 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 1,992.04 INT 378.49 TOTAL DUE: $3,702.69 218. R063455 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 49 Actual Value: 33,750 0081 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,027.44 INT 385.21 TOTAL DUE: $3,744.81 219. R063456 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Lot: 50 Actual Value: 33,750 0055 CREEKSIDE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,208.56 INT 84.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 2,434.16 INT 462.49 TOTAL DUE: $4,228.81 220. R063457 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 4A CREEKSIDE Tract: PP IRRIGATION/OPEN SPACE Actual Value: 4,310 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 154.32 INT 10.80 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 126.48 INT 24.03 TOTAL DUE: $354.63 221. R063459 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 6 Lot: 2 Actual Value: 33,180 4733 VALLEY RD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,187.60 INT 83.13 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 973.24 INT 184.92 TOTAL DUE: $2,467.89 222. R063460 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC

9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 DESC: FIRE HOUSE Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 6 Lot: 1 Actual Value: 6,980 4765 VALLEY RD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 249.36 INT 17.46 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 204.36 INT 38.83 TOTAL DUE: $549.01 223. R063725 EFO FINANCIAL GROUP LLC 9180 GALLERIA CT STE 600 NAPLES, FL 34109-4385 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 1 PARCEL C-1 (GOLF/RECREATION) PARCEL C-2 Actual Value: 1,987,900 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 71,167.68 INT 4,981.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2010 TAX 90,150.56 INT 17,128.61 TOTAL DUE: $183,467.59 224. R024633 ESPARSEN, DOLORES - VIGIL APRIL PO BOX 601 MINTURN, CO 81645 Subdivision: EDWARD E SLAUGHTER Lot: 3 R725928 QCD 02-23-00 R763167 QCD 07-20-01 Actual Value: 303,320 000107 EAGLE CT GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,411.00 INT 98.77 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,548.77 225. R056368 EWING, CHARLES J. & ISELA PO BOX 2093 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: HARDSCRABBLE RANCH Lot: 1 R903063 MAP 01-10-05 R903529 DEC 01-14-05 R910719 QCD 03-30-05 Actual Value: 149,500 000142 AMHERST RD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,534.40 INT 177.41 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,750.81 226. R028740 FAHY, DOYLE PO BOX 48 BOND, CO 80423 Section: 16 Township: 2 Range: 83 LOT 27 BK-0166 PG-0162 BK-0218 PG-0010 BK-0731 PG-0493 QCD Actual Value: 27,250 BOND RD BOND AREA 2011 TAX 92.20 INT 6.45 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $137.65 227. R029140 FAHY, DOYLE C. PO BOX 48 BOND, CO 80423 Section: 16 Township: 2 Range: 83 LOT 42 BK-0290 PG-0771 Actual Value: 35,540 000126 BOND RD BOND AREA 2011 TAX 120.24 INT 8.42 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $167.66 228. R013845 FARQUHAR, JERRY L. & DEBORAH R. 1879 MEADOW RIDGE RD VAIL, CO 81657 Subdivision: BUFFER CREEK RESUB Lot: 16 BK-0211 PG-0431 WD 10-06-67 BK-0234 PG-0596 WD 05-06-74 BK-0275 Actual Value: 727,440 001879 MEADOW RIDGE RD VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 2,715.96 INT 190.12 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,945.08 229. R020380 FARR FAMILY TRUST, RYAN F. FARR TRUSTEE 1765 PATIO DR SAN JOSE, CA 95125 Subdivision: EAGLE Block: 19 Lot: 8 THRU:- Lot: 10 EAST 42’ OF BK-0657 PG-0599 QCD 12-14-94 R743520 SWD Actual Value: 450,560 000135 E SECOND ST EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 2,158.80 INT 151.12 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,348.92 230. R032138 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL PLAZA II 14221 DALLAS PKWY STE 1000 DALLAS, TX 75254-2916 Subdivision: RUEDI SHORES Lot: 23 BK-0217 PG-0701 BK-0315 PG-0323 03-23-79 R770405 DEC 10-22-01 Actual Value: 437,520 001373 MCLAUGHLIN LN BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 2,699.84 INT 161.99 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,900.83 231. R055553 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION PO BOX 650043 DALLAS, TX 75256-0043 DESC: PHASE 2 GARAGE UNIT Subdivision: VALLEY PINES Unit: G-21 R848927 MAP 09-10-03 R848928 Actual Value: 11,170 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 66.56 INT 4.66 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $110.22 232. R003440 FINE MESS LLC PO BOX 700 MINTURN, CO 81645 Subdivision: BOOCO Block: B Lot: 5 AND:- Lot: 6 BK-0215 PG-0487 QCD 06-25-69 BK-0392 PG-0619 WD

Actual Value: 446,660 000146 N MAIN ST MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 4,132.34 INT 247.94 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,419.28

2011 TAX 768.00 INT 53.76 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $860.76

233. R058464 FIRST CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO PO BOX 960 EDWARDS, CO 81632-0960 Subdivision: SPRING CREEK INDUSTRIAL SUBDIVISION Lot: 8 R200615650 MAP 06-14-06 R200615651 Actual Value: 278,070 000266 SPRING CREEK CIR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4,713.40 INT 329.94 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 SPRING CREEK 53,508.76 INT 3,745.61 TOTAL DUE: $62,336.71 234. R009157 FIRST COLORADO INVESTMENT TRUST 801 S COUNTY RD PALM BEACH, FL 33480 Subdivision: PINOS DEL NORTE Unit: MN BK-0690 PG-0307 QCD 02-27-96 R200601726 DEC 01-23-06 R200606086 Actual Value: 3,243,280 000600 VAIL VALLEY DR MN VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 12,108.16 INT 847.57 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $12,994.73 235. R009167 FIRST COLORADO INVESTMENT TRUST 801 S COUNTY RD PALM BEACH, FL 33480 Subdivision: PINOS DEL NORTE Unit: V R200601726 DEC 01-23-06 R200606086 DEC 03-10-06 R200606087 Actual Value: 357,840 000600 VAIL VALLEY DR V VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,335.72 INT 93.50 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,468.22 236. R051042 FIRST-CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO 700 17TH ST STE 1000 DENVER, CO 80202-3548 Subdivision: KOENKE EXEMPTION TRACT C R735341 MAP 07-25-00 R750375 EAS 02-21-01 R843497 WD 04-18-03 Actual Value: 324,640 C GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 5,503.08 INT 385.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,927.30 237. R058476 FORIER, JOHN C/O JOYCE FORIER 224 DEVOTION COURT HENDERSON, NV 89052 Subdivision: SPRING CREEK INDUSTRIAL SUBDIVISION Lot: 12 R200615650 MAP 06-14-06 R200615651 Actual Value: 247,100 000381 SPRING CREEK CIR GYPSUM AREA SPRING CREEK 28,187.19 INT 1,973.10 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $30,199.29 238. R007837 FRANGIPANNIE SUPERFUND, NEIL RICHARD & ANNIE MARISA WHITTLE TRUSTEES 9 MAJORCA PL PARREARRA QLD 4574, AUSTRALIA DESC: PHASE III Subdivision: LION SQUARE CONDO Unit: H6 BK-0483 PG-0700 QCD 05-01-88 R917761 DEC Actual Value: 377,330 000660 LIONSHEAD PL H6 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 706.32 INT 42.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $787.70 239. R052573 FRANK, CHRISTINE PO BOX 12282 DES MOINES, IA 50312 Section: 9 Township: 5 Range: 82 PART OF NW1/4NE1/4,E1/2NE1/4 (LYING NORTH OF US HWY 6 & 24) BK-0240 Actual Value: 10,590 HWY 6 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 147.80 INT 10.35 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $197.15 240. R044023 FRONTAL LOBOTOMY LLC C/O MARGARET HANLON 225 WALL ST 205 VAIL, CO 81657 Subdivision: CORDILLERA FIL 24/BEARDEN PCL Lot: 8 BK-0698 PG-0046 MAP 06-20-96 BK-0698 Actual Value: 135,000 000286 ELK WOODS RD EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 4,192.32 INT 293.46 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,524.78 241. R027321 FRYING PAN ANGLERS INC PO BOX 4524 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: TAYLOR CREEK CONDOS Unit: 1 BK-0274 PG-0365 DEC 08-30-78 BK-0274 PG-0366 MAP Actual Value: 116,400 005893 FRYING PAN RD 1 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 602.16 INT 42.15 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $683.31 242. R027322 FRYING PAN ANGLERS INC PO BOX 4524 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: TAYLOR CREEK CONDOS Unit: 2 BK-0274 PG-0365 DEC 08-30-78 BK-0274 PG-0366 MAP Actual Value: 148,460 FRYING PAN RD 2 BASALT AREA

243. R027324 FRYING PAN ANGLERS INC PO BOX 4524 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: TAYLOR CREEK CONDOS Unit: 4 BK-0274 PG-0365 DEC 08-30-78 BK-0274 PG-0366 MAP Actual Value: 148,460 FRYING PAN RD 4 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 768.00 INT 53.76 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $860.76 244. R027325 FRYING PAN ANGLERS INC PO BOX 4524 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: TAYLOR CREEK CONDOS Unit: 5 BK-0274 PG-0365 DEC 08-30-78 BK-0274 PG-0366 MAP Actual Value: 148,460 FRYING PAN RD 5 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 768.00 INT 53.76 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $860.76 245. R028323 FRYING PAN ANGLERS INC PO BOX 4524 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: TAYLOR CREEK CONDOS Unit: 3 BK-0274 PG-0365 DEC 08-30-78 BK-0274 PG-0366 MAP Actual Value: 148,460 FRYING PAN RD 3 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 768.64 INT 53.80 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $861.44 246. R041477 GARCIA, BERLINE & ADAM PO BOX 12 RED CLIFF, CO 81649 Subdivision: RED CLIFF Block: L Lot: 3 BK-0639 PG-0030 QCD 04-29-94 BK-0244 PG-0230 QCD 01-03-96 Actual Value: 82,770 000297 EAGLE ST RED CLIFF AREA 2011 TAX 516.44 INT 36.15 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $591.59 247. R049422 GARTON, TIMOTHY & MARA PO BOX 1930 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: VICKSBURG ESTATES TRACT A R703888 MAP 07-28-99 Actual Value: 55,550 VICKSBURG LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,959.24 INT 137.15 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,135.39 248. R017701 GERHARDT, STEVEN M. PO BOX 2267 VAIL, CO 81658 DESC: BLDG A Subdivision: HOMESTEAD MEADOW CONDOMINIUMS Unit: 1 BK-0450 PG-0301 PTD 10-09-86 Actual Value: 266,320 000500 HOMESTEAD DR 1 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 1,076.16 INT 75.33 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,190.49 249. R009772 GEROCA S.C. C/O EAGLE EYE HOME MGT PO BOX 4351 VAIL, CO 81658 DESC: PK SP 704 Subdivision: VILLAGE INN PLAZA Unit: 102 Actual Value: 1,041,840 000068 E MEADOW DR 102 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 3,889.40 INT 272.26 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,200.66 250. R050675 GEROCA S.C. C/O EAGLE EYE HOME MGT PO BOX 4351 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: VILLAGE INN PLAZA Unit: 101 Actual Value: 1,520,290 000068 E MEADOW DR 101 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 5,675.84 INT 397.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,112.15 251. R028764 GLASENER, WILLIAM E. LEBLANC, SHERIE 105 PTARMIGAN BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: BASALT INDUSTRIAL PARK Lot: 4 BK-0344 PG-0321 DC 04-28-82 BK-0350 PG-0193 QCD 12-06-82 Actual Value: 395,850 WILLITS LN EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 8,582.96 INT 600.81 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $9,222.77 252. R063691 GMORE PH S.A. DE C.V. RIO DE LA PLATA 407 OTE., COLONIA DEL VA SAN PEDRO GARZA GARCIA N.L. 66220 MEXICO, Subdivision: MANOR VAIL Unit: PU-17 Actual Value: 200,000 595 VAIL VALLEY DR PU-17 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 2,720.20 INT 190.41 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,949.61 253. R063692 GMORE PH S.A. DE C.V. RIO DE LA PLATA 407 OTE., COLONIA DEL VA SAN PEDRO GARZA GARCIA N.L. 66220 MEXICO, Subdivision: MANOR VAIL Unit: PU-18 Actual Value: 200,000

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595 VAIL VALLEY DR PU-18 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 2,720.20 INT 190.41 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,949.61

J. PO BOX 4330 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE VALLEY COMMERCIAL PRK F2 Lot: I-13 BK-0702 PG-0365 MAP 08-08-96 BK-0702 Actual Value: 124,240 000085 MARMOT LN EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 2,169.04 INT 151.83 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,359.87

254. R059968 GONZALEZ REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT LLC PO BOX 412 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: PRIMAVERA SUBDIVISION Lot: 1 R200721638 MAP 08-14-07 Actual Value: 1,014,070 000448 GRAND AVE EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 15,511.40 INT 1,085.80 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $16,636.20

265. R057618 HARES EAR LLC PO BOX 1856 PALM DESERT, CA 92261-1856 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 37 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 63,750 000020 HARES EAR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,282.60 INT 159.78 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,481.38

255. R029207 GONZALEZ, LEONEL & NORMA PO BOX 412 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: GYPSUM CREEK CENTER FIL 1 Block: 1 Lot: 9 BK-0469 PG-0414 BK-0606 PG-0938 QCD Actual Value: 187,310 000145 ESTES LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 871.48 INT 61.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $971.48

266. R042123 HARLAND, TERRY & DEBRA PO BOX 7905 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: BERRY CREEK RANCH FIL 2 Block: 4 Lot: 9E BK-0660 PG-0530 MAP 01-31-95 BK-0660 PG-0531 DEC Actual Value: 710,720 000120 STETSON DR EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,534.28 INT 247.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,820.68

256. R029206 GONZALEZ, LEONEL H. & NORMA E. PO BOX 1791 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: GYPSUM CREEK CENTER FIL 1 Block: 1 Lot: 8 BK-0469 PG-0414 BK-0606 PG-0938 QCD Actual Value: 410,320 000153 ESTES LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,908.96 INT 133.63 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,081.59

267. R600570 HARTMAN, RUTH M. & CHARLES 211 W WASHINGTON ST ARMA, KS 66712-4015 MINE: WARRIORS MARK - 5419 7.29% BK-0235 PG-0988 QCD 08-01-74 Actual Value: 450 2011 TAX 5.80 INT 0.41 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $45.21

257. R057687 GOREBRIDGE PROPERTIES LLC 49 CHERRY HILLS FARM DR CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, CO 80113 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 60 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 531,990 000018 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 5,228.12 INT 365.97 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,633.09

268. R057668 HEARTHSTONE INVESTORS LLC 81075 LEGENDS WY LA QUINTA, CA 92253 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 2 THE MEADOWS Lot: 79 R919836 MAP 06-20-05 R928910 DEC Actual Value: 75,000 197 HERONS WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,685.04 INT 187.95 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,911.99

258. R009862 GOUGER, ELIZABETH 721 CARROLL ST 4 BROOKLYN, NY 11215 Subdivision: WOODRIDGE TOWNHOUSES Lot: C-2 BK-0387 PG-0391 PTD 06-12-84 BK-0658 PG-0032 QCD Actual Value: 608,390 004595 BIGHORN RD VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 2,271.36 INT 159.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,469.36

269. R029208 HEFTY, KIM M. PO BOX 814 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: GYPSUM CREEK CENTER FIL 1 Block: 2 Lot: 4 BK-0469 PG-0414 R688419 QCD 03-02-99 Actual Value: 188,100 OAK RIDGE CT GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,188.44 INT 223.19 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,450.63

259. R041528 GRACE, JERRY L. & LYNN B. JERRY L. & L 2614 TAMIAMI TRL W PMB 603 NAPLES, FL 34103 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 17 Block: 1 Lot: 14 BK-0646 PG-0367 MAP 07-28-94 Actual Value: 90,000 000370 PEREGRINE DR EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 2,794.88 INT 195.64 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,029.52

270. R030829 HEINBAUGH, MARK - WINTER, REINI PO BOX 2670 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: BERRY CREEK RANCH FIL 2 Block: 6 Lot: 31 UNIT A BK-0466 PG-021 BK-0553 PG-0260 QCD 04-29-91 Actual Value: 435,550 000040 HEREFORD RD A EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 2,166.04 INT 151.62 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,356.66

260. R049840 GRAIG S. MCGINNIS TRUST BONNIE S. MCGI 9910 CUMBERLAND RD FISHERS, IN 46038 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL40 Lot: 1 R710045 MAP 09-27-99 Actual Value: 166,000 000674 WINCHESTER TRL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 6,767.60 INT 473.73 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,280.33

271. R045238 HERNANDEZ, MAYRA GRANADOS, RODRIGO - W PO BOX 1121 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD TIMBERWOLF FILING 3 Lot: 116 BK-0705 PG-0680 MAP 09-18-96 Actual Value: 393,120 000285 TIMBERWOLF GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,902.68 INT 114.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,055.84

261. R041439 GROW, STEVEN M. & MARGARET S. 8 MANETTE RD MORRISTOWN, NJ 07960-6344 Subdivision: BENCHMARK AT BEAVER CREEK Block: 1 Lot: 30 BK-0323 PG-0827 WD 05-29-81 BK-0323 PG-0829 Actual Value: 350,670 000710 NOTTINGHAM RD AVON AREA 2011 TAX 5,846.48 INT 409.25 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,294.73

272. R024512 HIGH, WILLIAM A. PO BOX 521 COLUMBUS, OH 43216 Subdivision: AVON CNTR AT BEAVER CREEK I Unit: 706 BK-0601 PG-0431 QCD 02-08-93 R876589 EAS 05-07-04 Actual Value: 357,700 000100 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD 706 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 818.42 INT 49.11 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $906.53

262. R053637 GUSTAFSON, CLARENCE D. & ELVIRA M. PO BOX 873 MINTURN, CO 81645 Subdivision: TWO RIVERS VILLAGE Block: 6 Lot: 12 PHASE I R795925 DEC 05-17-02 R795926 MAP 05-17-02 Actual Value: 211,830 000100 RAINBOW CIR DOTSERO AREA 2011 TAX 1,406.20 INT 98.43 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,543.63

273. R042839 HILTNER, JEFFREY ALAN, JR 6868 WALLEYE RD WENTWORTH, MO 64873 Subdivision: EAGLE DAKOTA Block: 1 Lot: 6 BK-0671 PG-0573 MAP 07-19-95 BK-0671 PG-0574 DEC 07-19-95 Actual Value: 190,000 000003 DAKOTA CT EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 3,781.64 INT 264.71 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,085.35

263. R044497 GYPPROP LLC PO BOX 1207 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: AIRPORT GATEWAY CENTER Lot: 61 BK-0703 PG-0036 MAP 08-15-96 BK-0703 PG-0037 DEC Actual Value: 371,590 000665 LINDBERGH DR 61 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 6,600.40 INT 462.03 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,101.43

274. R046079 HITS FINANCIAL LP C/O ING REALTY PARTNERS 676 N MICHIGAN STE 3350 CHICAGO, IL 60611 Subdivision: VILLAGE AT COTTON RANCH TRACT B - OPEN SPACE BK-0736 PG-0771 MAP 09-10-97 R653068 MAP Actual Value: 140 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4.88 INT 0.34 ADV 35.00

264. R044328 HAMRICK, ROBERT M. & MARGIE

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FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $44.22 275. R046092 HITS FINANCIAL LP C/O ING REALTY PARTNERS 676 N MICHIGAN STE 3350 CHICAGO, IL 60611 Subdivision: VILLAGE AT COTTON RANCH TRACT A - OPEN SPACE BK-0736 PG-0771 MAP 09-10-97 R653068 MAP Actual Value: 3,810 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 133.76 INT 9.36 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $182.12 276. R046105 HITS FINANCIAL LP C/O ING REALTY PARTNERS 676 N MICHIGAN STE 3350 CHICAGO, IL 60611 Subdivision: VILLAGE AT COTTON RANCH TRACT C - OPEN SPACE BK-0736 PG-0771 MAP 09-10-97 R653068 MAP Actual Value: 750 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 26.76 INT 1.87 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $67.63 277. R048103 HITS FINANCIAL LP C/O ING REALTY PARTNERS 676 N MICHIGAN STE 3350 CHICAGO, IL 60611 Subdivision: VILLAGE AT COTTON RANCH TRACT A1 R671714 MAP 10-05-98 R762409 PTD 07-18-01 Actual Value: 130 000085 BLACK BEAR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4.88 INT 0.34 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $44.22 278. R032902 HOFFMAN, JOAN FAYE & MICHAEL L. 0192 LARKSPUR DR CARBONDALE, CO 81623 Subdivision: SOPRIS VILLAGE Block: 8 Lot: 7 BK-0316 PG-0185 QCD 01-02-81 Actual Value: 381,410 000145 CHEYENNE AVE EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 1,041.84 INT 62.51 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,143.35 279. R055692 HOFFMAN, SCOTT E. 2665 BALD MOUNTAIN RD VAIL, CO 81657 Subdivision: HOFFMAN DUPLEX (VAIL) Lot: 9W R864632 MAP 01-09-04 R885262 MAP 07-23-04 R887429 DEC Actual Value: 1,216,730 002665 BALD MOUNTAIN RD VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 4,542.28 INT 317.96 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,899.24 280. R044825 HOOVER, R. SCOTT & JEFFREY A. 9001 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM, CO 81637 Tract: 37&39 Section: 3 Township: 4 Range: 86 PCLIN NE1/4NE1/4 BK-0310 PG-0827 BK-0313 PG-0294 QCD Actual Value: 431,720 009001 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 6,680.16 INT 467.61 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,186.77 281. R002800 HORAK, MICHELLE & WILLIAM J., JR PO BOX 2475 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: BALDAUF ADDITION Block: 2 Lot: 4 BK-0220 PG-0682 QCD 05-10-71 BK-0221 PG-0436 QCD Actual Value: 433,250 000541 MAIN ST MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 1,100.32 INT 66.02 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,205.34 282. R014432 HOUCK, MICHAEL WARREN PO BOX 1417 EAGLE, CO 81631-1417 Subdivision: BEAVER BENCH CONDO Unit: B-14 BK-0688 PG-0389 QCD 02-09-96 Actual Value: 127,060 000414 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD B14 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 581.24 INT 40.69 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $660.93 283. R053083 HOVEY, MATTHEW - MENDOZA, MARISOL PO BOX 3575 EAGLE, CO 81631 DESC: PHASE 3 Subdivision: FOUNDERS PLACE CONDO Unit: G-202 R790863 MAP 04-02-02 R790864 DEC 04-02-02 Actual Value: 203,350 000530 FOUNDERS AVE G202 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,589.88 INT 111.29 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,740.17 284. R057426 HUBBARD, TRENTON J. & JOY P. - PALACAS, PO BOX 8338 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 21 Lot: 29 R926565 MAP 08-18-05 R930883 DEC 09-27-05 Actual Value: 110,000 000033 HARVESTER CT EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 3,132.60 INT 219.28 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,390.88

285. R041488 HUGGARD, REX C. 80 HILLCREST DR BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: ASPEN JUNCTION SUBDIVISION Block: 3 Lot: 3 BK-0553 PG-0062 MAP 05-02-91 BK-0641 Actual Value: 449,940 000080 HILLCREST DR BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 2,677.56 INT 187.43 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,903.99 286. R044503 IGWT BUILDING PTNSHP PO BOX 1156 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: AIRPORT GATEWAY CENTER Lot: 67 BK-0703 PG-0036 MAP 08-15-96 BK-0703 PG-0037 DEC Actual Value: 587,980 000585 LINDBERGH DR 67 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 10,443.92 INT 731.07 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $11,213.99 287. R017868 IMHOF, MICHAEL GREGORY & ELLEN VIRGINIA PO BOX 18068 AVON, CO 81620 Section: 7 Township: 3 Range: 83 SE1/4SE1/4 Subdivision: HORSE MOUNTAIN RANCH AKA BK-0472 PG-0087 Actual Value: 185,000 2011 TAX 3,084.28 INT 215.90 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,339.18 288. R039894 INGRAM, RAY PO BOX 436 SNOWMASS, CO 81654 Subdivision: BASALT ORCHARD MINOR SUB Block: 5 Lot: 12 THRU:- Lot: 17 & PT OF RESERVED AREA BK-0581 Actual Value: 296,900 280 E SOPRIS DR BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 6,360.56 INT 445.24 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,844.80 289. R050661 INGRAM, RAY PO BOX 436 SNOWMASS, CO 81654 Subdivision: ARLIAN RANCH SUBDIVISION Lot: 6B R726413 MAP 04-04-00 R737042 DEC 08-18-00 Actual Value: 181,500 000885 VALLEY RD BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 3,612.80 INT 252.90 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,904.70 290. R050663 INGRAM, RAY - ETAL GRIGGS, JEFFREY CAMPBELL - GIBBONS, JENN KILLEBREW, JASON T. & NICOLE A. GRIGGS, JEFFREY CAMPBELL - GIBBONS, JENN PO BOX 436 SNOWMASS, CO 81654 Subdivision: ARLIAN RANCH SUBDIVISION PARCEL D (COMMON OPEN SPACE) R726413 MAP 04-04-00 R737042 Actual Value: 13,820 VALLEY RD D BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 275.20 INT 19.26 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $333.46 291. R031452 IVY RANCH II LLC 2975 VALMONT RD 230 BOULDER, CO 80301 Subdivision: ASPEN JUNCTION SUBDIVISION Block: 2 Lot: 15 BK-0505 PG-0622 DEC 04-25-89 Actual Value: 141,750 629 HILLCREST DR BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 3,073.84 INT 215.17 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,328.01 292. R050366 J & M KUNKEL PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 409 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE TECH CENTER Unit: 200 R722851 MAP 02-17-00 R722854 MAP 02-17-00 Actual Value: 686,420 001286 CHAMBERS AVE 200 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 11,983.60 INT 838.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $12,861.45 293. R008735 JACKLIN FAMILY DESCENDANTS TRUST NO 2 6638 W 26TH ST BERWYN, IL 60402 Subdivision: FIRST WESTWIND Unit: 402 BK-0216 PG-0613 WD 12-01-69 BK-0237 PG-0137 WD 10-01-74 BK-0241 Actual Value: 993,780 000548 S FRONTAGE RD 402 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 3,709.80 INT 259.69 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,008.49 294. R044545 JACOBSEN, STEPHEN D. 5700 STATE LINE MISSION HILLS, KS 66208 Subdivision: AIRPORT GATEWAY CENTER Lot: 24 BK-0703 PG-0036 MAP 08-15-96 BK-0703 PG-0037 MAP Actual Value: 203,940 000270 MCGREGOR DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,622.40 INT 253.57 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,914.97 295. R044552 JACOBSEN, STEPHEN D. 5700 STATE LINE MISSION HILLS, KS 66208 Subdivision: AIRPORT GATEWAY CENTER

Lot: 33 BK-0703 PG-0036 MAP 08-15-96 BK-0703 PG-0037 DEC Actual Value: 181,440 000095 LINDBERGH DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,223.04 INT 225.61 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,487.65 296. R052999 JEROME MEISTER REVOCABLE TRUST PO BOX 10112 ASPEN, CO 81612 Subdivision: VALLEY VIEW HOMES SUBDIVISION Lot: 5 R780044 MAP 12-14-01 R780776 DEC 12-21-01 Actual Value: 115,000 000057 VALLEY CT BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 2,288.88 INT 160.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,488.10 297. R602080 JONES, MARGARET M., CYNTHIA J., BRADLEY PO BOX 185 EAGLE, CO 81631 MINE: ENTERPRISE - 18780 BK-0230 PG-0800 BK-0397 PG-0258 PTD 10-17-84 R879587 QCD 06-07-04 Actual Value: 22,110 2011 TAX 285.16 INT 19.96 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $344.12 298. R016680 JOUFLAS, JAN M. PO B0X 33 WOLCOTT, CO 81655 Tract: 48 Section: 0 Township: 4 Range: 83 PCLIN BK-0161 PG-0383 BK-0211 PG-0300 BK-0603 PG-0688 PRD Actual Value: 16,250 HWY 131 WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 251.60 INT 17.61 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $308.21 299. R016200 JOUFLAS, JAN MARIE PO BOX 33 WOLCOTT, CO 81655 Tract: 48 Section: 15 Township: 4 Range: 83 NE1/4SW1/4 PCL IN P2671 (COMMERCIAL) 10 UNITS BK-0409 Actual Value: 876,940 027190 HWY 6 WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 7,297.84 INT 510.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,847.69 300. R047289 KELLY, THOMAS E. & WENDY S. PO BOX 4155 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: GYPSUM ESTATES SUB FIL 3 Lot: 34 R663624 MAP 07-23-98 R663625 DEC 07-23-98 Actual Value: 240,340 000114 PINON ST GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 559.08 INT 33.54 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $631.62 301. R060188 KIWA ASSOCIATES LLC PO BOX 18296 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: VINES AT VAIL Lot: C6 R200730694 DEC 11-21-07 R200730695 MAP 11-21-07 Actual Value: 25,450 000382 VINES AT VAIL DR WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 394.24 INT 27.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $460.84 302. R060192 KIWA ASSOCIATES LLC PO BOX 18296 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: VINES AT VAIL TRACT C PRIVATE ROW R200730694 DEC 11-21-07 R200730695 MAP 11-21-07 Actual Value: 27,080 WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 419.36 INT 29.36 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $487.72 303. R060196 KIWA ASSOCIATES LLC PO BOX 18296 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: VINES AT VAIL Lot: C2 R200730694 DEC 11-21-07 R200730695 MAP 11-21-07 Actual Value: 26,880 000358 VINES AT VAIL DR WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 416.68 INT 29.17 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $484.85 304. R044943 KJESBO, ROLAND J. & JEANNE NEDRELOW PO BOX 3419 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: EAGLE-VAIL EXCHANGE PARCEL C BK-0712 PG-0305 MAP 11-25-96 BK-0712 PG-0306 DEC Actual Value: 519,720 040690 HWY 6 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 10,044.72 INT 703.13 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $10,786.85 305. R044944 KJESBO, ROLAND J. & JEANNE NEDRELOW PO BOX 3419 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: EAGLE-VAIL EXCHANGE PARCEL D BK-0712 PG-0305 MAP 11-25-96 BK-0712 PG-0306 DEC Actual Value: 519,720 040690 HWY 6 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 10,044.72 INT 703.13 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00


TOTAL DUE: $10,786.85 306. R054938 KJESBO, ROLAND J. NEDRELOW, JEANNE A. PO BOX 3419 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: STONEGATE AT AIRPARK FIL 1 Unit: 1C R771939 DEC 11-07-01 R771940 MAP 11-07-01 R773480 QCD Actual Value: 143,540 000283 AIRPARK DR 1C GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,433.28 INT 170.33 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,642.61 307. R054939 KJESBO, ROLAND J. NEDRELOW, JEANNE A. PO BOX 3419 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: STONEGATE AT AIRPARK FIL 1 Unit: 1D R771939 DEC 11-07-01 R771940 MAP 11-07-01 R773480 QCD Actual Value: 95,460 000283 AIRPARK DR 1D GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,617.88 INT 113.25 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,770.13 308. R054940 KJESBO, ROLAND J. NEDRELOW, JEANNE A. PO BOX 3419 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: STONEGATE AT AIRPARK FIL 1 Unit: 1E R771939 DEC 11-07-01 R771940 MAP 11-07-01 R773480 QCD Actual Value: 93,570 000283 AIRPARK DR 1E GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,586.32 INT 111.04 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,736.36 309. R050412 KOCH-HILL LLC 27 MAIN ST STE 103 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: BERRY CREEK RANCH FIL 4 Block: 1 Lot: 42A R724577 MAP 03-13-00 R888493 QCD 08-19-04 Actual Value: 751,570 001540 WINSLOW RD EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,737.32 INT 261.61 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,037.93 310. R056932 KRUSE FAMILY HOLDINGS LLC C/O DIANE KRUSE PO BOX 2664 GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO 81602 DESC: G-12, G-13 & G-21 Subdivision: RIVERWALK AT THE FRYINGPAN Unit: 15B R905761 MAP Actual Value: 774,300 000227 MIDLAND AVE 15B BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 16,588.40 INT 1,161.19 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $17,788.59 311. R020046 LIBAK, MARK PO BOX 3353 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: RIVER OAKS CONDOMINIUMS Unit: D-402 BK-0411 PG- 0436 QCD 03-15-85 BK-0411 Actual Value: 249,510 038596 HWY 6 D402 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,314.64 INT 92.02 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,445.66 312. R046254 LOBO, MARIO J. PO BOX 2679 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: ORCHARD (THE) Lot: 77B BK-0741 PG-0989 MAP 10-30-97 BK-0741 PG-0990 DEC 10-30-97 Actual Value: 416,580 002311 OLD TRAIL RD B AVON AREA 2011 TAX 953.24 INT 57.19 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,049.43 313. R007562 LOS PATOS INC C/O GUEVARA & ASSOC 1420 KETTNER BLVD STE 600 SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 DESC: PK SP EP-25 Subdivision: NORTHWOODS CONDOMINIUMS Unit: D-5 BK-0281 PG-0522 WD 12-29-78 BK-0343 Actual Value: 1,560,740 000600 VAIL VALLEY DR D5 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 5,826.40 INT 407.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,273.25 314. R007576 LOS PATOS INC 1420 KETTNER BLVD 600 SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 DESC: PK SP DP-2 & EP-28 Subdivision: NORTHWOODS CONDOMINIUMS Unit: D-14 BK-0281 Actual Value: 2,257,910 000600 VAIL VALLEY DR D14 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 8,429.32 INT 590.05 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $9,058.37 315. R050242 LOUNSBERRY, JACKSON J. & ELIZABETH A. PO BOX 3418 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 2 Block: 4 Lot: 65 R719255 MAP 12-30-99 R719257 DEC 12-30-99 Actual Value: 530,810 000100 EWING ST EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 4,149.96 INT 290.50 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,479.46 316. R031814 LOUSHIN, KAELA - MARSHALL, DAVID 76 BEAVER LN

CARBONDALE, CO 81623-8764 Subdivision: BLUE LAKE PUD FIL II Block: 4 Lot: 9 BK-0512 PG-0339 DEC 06-89 BK-0512 PG-0341 MAP 07-19-89 Actual Value: 402,020 000076 BEAVER LN EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 2,196.24 INT 153.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,388.98 317. R021053 LUJAN, NATHAN PO BOX 698 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: KAIBAB PARK FIL 1 Block: 3 Lot: 18 PARCEL 3 Actual Value: 289,140 000491 WHITING RD EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,385.84 INT 97.01 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,521.85 318. R048818 LYNCH, MARIE E. PO BOX 695 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: OVERLOOK TOWNHOMES, THE UNIT D3 R692740 MAP 04-14-99 R692741 DEC 04-15-99 R200701968 DEC Actual Value: 281,710 000201 GOLDEN EAGLE RD D3 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,349.72 INT 94.48 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,483.20 319. R052179 LYON, ERIC & MARY R. PO BOX 637 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: RED SKY RANCH Lot: 1 R763556 EAS 08-01-01 R763557 EAS 08-01-01 R763566 MAP 08-01-01 Actual Value: 256,000 000199 RED SKY RD WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 8,399.44 INT 587.96 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $9,026.40 320. R046672 MACIAS, CARLOS PO BOX 753 GYPSUM, CO 81637-0753 Subdivision: BOBSON RANCH SUBDIVISION Lot: 3D BK-0746 PG-0656 MAP 12-17-97 R665124 MAP 08-05-98 Actual Value: 316,550 000455 VICKSBURG LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,064.72 INT 214.53 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,318.25 321. R009159 MARCADE, SA PO BOX 69 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: PINOS DEL NORTE Unit: P R200601726 DEC 01-23-06 R200606086 DEC 03-10-06 R200606087 Actual Value: 2,682,770 000600 VAIL VALLEY DR P VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 10,015.48 INT 701.08 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $10,755.56 322. R047836 MARK ALAN SCHWARTZ REVOCABLE LIVING TRUS 27 N WACKER 503 CHICAGO, IL 60606 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 32 Lot: 11 R665487 MAP 08-10-98 R665488 DEC 08-10-98 R828876 PTD Actual Value: 1,773,650 460 EL MIRADOR EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 14,986.52 INT 1,049.06 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $16,074.58 323. R046400 MARKET PLACE ASSOCIATES INC PO BOX 64 AVON, CO 81620 DESC: STATE LAND LEASE #S-34214 Subdivision: MARKET PLACE COMMERCIAL CONDOS Unit: 255 BK-0725 Actual Value: 8,690 041184 HWY 6 255 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 167.96 INT 11.76 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $218.72 324. R046403 MARKET PLACE ASSOCIATES INC PO BOX 64 AVON, CO 81620 DESC: STATE LAND LEASE #S-34214 Subdivision: MARKET PLACE COMMERCIAL CONDOS Unit: 280 BK-0725 Actual Value: 71,200 041184 HWY 6 280 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,376.20 INT 96.33 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,511.53 325. R056446 MARKET PLACE ASSOCIATES INC PO BOX 64 AVON, CO 81620 DESC: STATE LAND LEASE #S-34214 Subdivision: MARKET PLACE COMMERCIAL CONDOS Unit: 190 R911207 Actual Value: 87,620 041184 HWY 6 190 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,693.44 INT 118.54 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,850.98 326. R028880 MCCONATHY, PATRICK PO BOX 229 MCCOY, CO 80463 Section: 4 Township: 2 Range: 83 LOT 28 R665426 QCD 07-31-98 R749429 QCD 02-05-01 R784494 QCD 01-30-02 Actual Value: 2,530 1690 COPPER SPUR RD BOND AREA 2011 TAX 31.00 INT 2.17 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $72.17

327. R059169 MCCORD, THOMAS & ADELIA O. PO BOX 4195 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 24 Lot: 37 R200632871 MAP 12-01-06 R200633175 DEC 12-06-06 Actual Value: 110,000 002324 E HAYSTACKER DR EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 3,132.60 INT 219.28 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,390.88 328. R040440 MCCOY DEV CO LLC PO BOX 69 WOLCOTT, CO 81655 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB 3 RESUB 68-77 Lot: 7 BK-0616 PG-0019 MAP 08-10-93 Actual Value: 116,000 000639 GRANADA GLEN EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,570.96 INT 249.97 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,859.93 329. R039269 MCDONALD, CRAIG PO BOX 2193 GYPSUM, CO 81637-2193 Subdivision: RIVER RIDGE Lot: 2 BK-0585 PG-0017 MAP 7-17-92 R924228 QCD 07-26-05 Actual Value: 204,910 000967 YORK VIEW DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 953.32 INT 66.73 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,059.05 330. R051865 MCGRATH, MATTHEW 1001 CRAZY HORSE CIR EDWARDS, CO 81632-8101 Subdivision: CONTRACTORS BUSINESS CENTER Unit: 1-B R748623 MAP 01-22-01 R748624 DEC 01-22-01 Actual Value: 185,250 000134 AIRPARK DR 1B GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,139.92 INT 219.79 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,398.71 331. R032481 MCINTYRE, JOHN T. PO BOX 1795 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: BERRY CREEK RANCH FIL 2 Block: 6 Lot: 36A BK-0537 PG-0432 MAP 09-12-90 BK-0591 PG-0543 QCD Actual Value: 576,570 000233 JUNE CREEK RD A EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 2,867.64 INT 200.73 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,107.37 332. R047755 MCIVOR, IAIN I.C. & MAIRI PO BOX 1671 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: SEVENTH TEE PARHAM DUPLEX PARCEL A BK-0331 PG-0466 MAP 11-02-81 BK-0331 PG-0465 DEC Actual Value: 546,650 000083 COYOTE CIR EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 2,880.16 INT 201.61 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,120.77 333. R063294 MCLAIN, MICHAEL 783 DOWNING ST DENVER, CO 80218 Subdivision: RIVERFRONT RESORT & SPA Unit: 431 Actual Value: 222,030 0126 RIVERFRONT LN 431 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 2,040.76 INT 142.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,222.61 334. R028384 MCMURRAIN, CHURCHILL BIRD PO BOX 4939 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: RED CANYON ESTATES Lot: 12 BK-0455 PG-0524 R791258 EAS 04-04-02 R901202 EAS 12-21-04 Actual Value: 811,860 001601 RED CANYON CREEK RD EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,110.76 INT 217.75 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,367.51 335. R025356 MEDRANO, GUADALUPE E. & MARIA SOFIA - SA PO BOX 2763 AVON, CO 81620 DESC: BLDG E Subdivision: SUNRIDGE AT AVON PHASE II Unit: 103 BK-0357 PG-0365 QCD 01-16-83 R737409 EAS Actual Value: 192,920 001050 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD E103 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 883.08 INT 61.82 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $983.90 336. R054478 MEIROWSKY, JAMIE L. & DAVID L. 0101 RED BARN ST EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: MILLER RANCH Lot: 60 R820378 MAP 01-15-03 R856076 DEC 10-31-03 R856247 WD 10-27-03 Actual Value: 392,570 000101 RED BARN EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 1,586.32 INT 111.04 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,736.36 337. R041421 MICHALICKI, ANTHONY PO BOX 23443 FT LAUDERDALE, FL 33307 Subdivision: HORSE PASTURE FIL 2 Lot: 29 BK-0640 PG-0147 MAP 05-12-94 BK-0640 PG-0148 DEC Actual Value: 280,000 000913 MAYNE ST GYPSUM AREA

2011 TAX 2,373.08 INT 142.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 9.00 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT OWNER FEE - 10%, 918 3.85 TOGUTIL, 914 38.50 INT 2.32 TOTAL DUE: $2,604.13 338. R040401 MICHELIN, PAUL E. & LOUISA P. 5258 PRINCETON WY BOCA RATON, FL 33496 Subdivision: ARROWHEAD AT VAIL FIL 16 Lot: 2 BK-0613 PG-0184 MAP 07-07-93 BK-0695 PG-0809 QCD Actual Value: 2,061,360 000044 ASPEN RIDGE LN EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 10,840.92 INT 758.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $11,638.78 339. R049540 MILFELD, ROBERT C. PO BOX 858 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: METCALF COMMERCIAL PARK Unit: 101 R711398 MAP 10-07-99 R711399 DEC 10-07-99 Actual Value: 225,460 000281 METCALF RD 101 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 3,758.88 INT 263.12 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,061.00 340. R056855 MILLER RANCH CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION PO BOX 2264 EDWARDS, CO 81632-2264 DESC: BLDG I PHASE 3 Subdivision: MILLER RANCH MILL LOFTS Unit: 141 R904132 MAP 01-21-05 R904134 DEC Actual Value: 158,640 000085 MARBLE I141 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 641.12 INT 44.88 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $725.00 341. R006467 MILLER, GARY E. & V. EILEEN 1415 WESTHAVEN DR VAIL, CO 81657 Subdivision: GLEN LYON SUBDIVISION Lot: 52 UNIT B BK-0528 PG-0722 MAP 04-11-90 BK-0534 PG-0573 QCD Actual Value: 3,212,330 001415 WESTHAVEN DR B VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 15,625.84 INT 1,093.81 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $16,758.65 342. R060895 MILLER, GLENN T. PO BOX 519 PENROSE, CO 81212 MINE: COPPER KING - 4317 MINE: CORA (PART OF) - 780 MINE: EXCHANGE 19496 MINE: GODDESS OF LIBERTY Actual Value: 86,670 HWY 24 MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 1,118.00 INT 78.26 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,235.26 343. R054984 MILLER, T. RICKERT & KAREN PO BOX 2048 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: SLATER TYPE A MINOR SUB Lot: 3 R844577 MAP 08-19-03 R844578 SIA 08-19-03 R844579 COV Actual Value: 1,001,420 000392 SUNRISE LN EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 5,183.48 INT 362.84 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,585.32 344. R602140 MILLS, JOHN F. PO BOX 1463 EAGLE, CO 81631 MINE: STAR OF THE WEST - 3815 50% BK-0660 PG-0555 DC 08-20-84 R924699 TD 08-02-05 Actual Value: 2,110 2011 TAX 27.12 INT 1.90 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $68.02 345. R064126 MINTURN LLC 1030 MAIN ST STE 203 ST HELENA, CA 94574 Section: 35 Township: 5 Range: 81 PCLIN NE1/4NW1/4 Subdivision: BALDAUF ADDITION Block: 3 Lot: 23, Actual Value: 566,930 000721 MAIN ST MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 1,439.76 INT 86.39 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 2009 TAX 4,069.40 INT 1,261.51 ADV 25.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,921.06 346. R059526 MONTALBANO, FRANK T. & MONIKA K. 4559 1/2 FRYING PAN RD BASALT, CO 81621 Tract: 41 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 86 PCLIN (SOUTHERN PART OF PARENT) BK-0325 PG-0581 WD 11-01-79 Actual Value: 526,170 004559 FRYING PAN RD BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 2,723.40 INT 190.64 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,953.04 347. R058236 MONTALBANO, FRANK T. & MONIKA K. - BERNA 4559 1/2 FRYING PAN RD BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: RIVERWALK AT THE FRYINGPAN Unit: 205 R200610820 MAP 04-27-06 R200610821 DEC 04-27-06 Actual Value: 422,560 000231 MIDLAND AVE 205 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 9,052.52 INT 633.68 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $9,725.20

348. R016785 MOORE, CRAIG ALAN & HELEN L. PO BOX 2048 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: KAIBAB FIL 2 Lot: 21 BK-0245 PG-0002 WD 02-27-76 BK-0507 PG-0140 DC 05-17-89 BK-0507 PG-0263 Actual Value: 351,140 000036 GREEN MOUNTAIN DR EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,569.60 INT 109.87 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,718.47 349. R044479 MUELLER, PETER T. PO BOX 2235 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: HOMESTEAD FIL 2 Block: 15 Lot: 19 BK-0693 PG-0460 MAP 04-30-96 BK-0693 PG-0462 DEC Actual Value: 329,460 000080 RUSSELL TRL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 4,850.32 INT 339.52 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,228.84 350. R046611 MUELLER, PETER T. PO BOX 2235 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: EDWARDS VILLAGE CENTER FIL 2 Unit: C105 BK-0747 PG-0512 MAP 12-29-97 BK-0747 PG-0582 DEC Actual Value: 131,070 000105 EDWARDS VILLAGE BLVD C105 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 1,929.48 INT 135.06 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,103.54 351. R046612 MUELLER, PETER T. PO BOX 2235 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: EDWARDS VILLAGE CENTER FIL 2 Unit: C106 BK-0747 PG-0512 MAP 12-29-97 BK-0747 PG-0582 DEC Actual Value: 240,910 000105 EDWARDS VILLAGE BLVD C106 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,546.24 INT 248.24 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,833.48 352. R054430 NELSON, DOWDIE ODALE & VALERIE DANELLE PO BOX 1325 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: CHATFIELD CORNERS FIL II Block: F Lot: 1 R819483 DEC 01-07-03 R821515 MAP 01-27-03 Actual Value: 162,750 000960 GRUNDEL WY GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4,612.28 INT 322.86 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,974.14 353. R050329 NESTLERODE, CHARLES E. & BETH S. PO BOX 4475 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 3 Block: 3 Lot: 22 R718009 MAP 12-16-99 R738065 DEC 09-01-00 Actual Value: 876,810 000126 ABRAMS CREEK DR EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 6,853.44 INT 479.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,372.18 354. R049545 NEW DIMENSION CLEANING INC PO BOX 1161 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: METCALF COMMERCIAL PARK Unit: 106 R711398 MAP 10-07-99 R711399 DEC 10-07-99 Actual Value: 254,850 000281 METCALF RD 106 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 4,249.32 INT 297.45 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,585.77 355. R022004 NEWMAN REALTY HOLDING LLC PO BOX 1288 EAGLE, CO 81631-1288 Section: 10 Township: 5 Range: 84 TRACTS 61 & 62 PCLIN BK-0235 PG-0209 SWD 06-03-74 BK-0247 Actual Value: 35,650 2011 TAX 542.92 INT 38.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $619.92 356. R022009 NEWMAN REALTY HOLDING LLC PO BOX 1288 EAGLE, CO 81631-1288 Section: 10 Township: 5 Range: 84 Tract: 62 Section: 3 Township: 5 Range: 84 BK-0299 PG-0631 SWD Actual Value: 198,960 2011 TAX 978.24 INT 68.48 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,085.72 357. R057758 NEWMAN REALTY HOLDING LLC PO BOX 1288 EAGLE, CO 81631-1288 Section: 2 Township: 5 Range: 84 Section: 3 Township: 5 Range: 84 Section: 10 Township: 5 Range: 84 Actual Value: 90,530 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,378.32 INT 96.48 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,513.80 358. R058372 NEWMAN REALTY HOLDING LLC PO BOX 1288 EAGLE, CO 81631-1288 Tract: 37 Tract: 38 Tract: 44 Tract: 55 Tract: 59 HAYMEADOW PARCEL BK-0388 PG-0423 WD 06-29-84 Actual Value: 180,100 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 2,742.44 INT 191.97 ADV

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631 DEVON PL LONG BEACH, CA 90807 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: J Lot: 32 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 10,860 000115 LANTERNS GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 388.88 INT 27.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $455.10

359. R058373 NEWMAN REALTY HOLDING LLC PO BOX 1288 EAGLE, CO 81631-1288 Tract: 44 Section: 4 Township: 5 Range: 84 PART OF (PARCEL 1 ON SYLVAN LAKE RD ADDITION TO THE TOWN Actual Value: 60 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1.20 INT 0.08 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $40.28

370. R042953 PEASLEE, BARTLETT N. PO BOX 2872 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: TERRACE RIDGE AT THE HOMESTEAD Lot: 2C PHASE I BK-0678 PG-0567 MAP 10-19-95 BK-0746 Actual Value: 445,950 000288 EDWARDS VILLAGE BLVD 2C EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 1,801.56 INT 126.11 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,966.67

360. R011754 NICKOLITE, KEVIN R. 1000 LIONSRIDGE LP VAIL, CO 81657 Subdivision: SNOW FOX CONDOS Unit: 101 BK-0382 PG-0869 QCD 03-27-84 Actual Value: 365,010 001030 LIONS RIDGE LP 101 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,362.44 INT 95.37 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,496.81

371. R059005 POLLOCK, WILLIAM SHARRAR PO BOX 2108 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: TRIANGLE PARK LOFTS Unit: R-330 R200627627 MAP 10-10-06 R200627628 DEC 10-10-06 R200627864 Actual Value: 297,290 000231 ROBINSON ST R-330 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 1,769.08 INT 123.84 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,931.92

361. R051638 NIGHTSTAR LLC PO BOX 1292 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: NIGHTSTAR RESIDENCES Unit: G R742835 MAP 10-30-00 R742836 DEC 10-30-00 Actual Value: 5,990 000410 NOTTINGHAM RD G AVON AREA 2011 TAX 100.04 INT 7.00 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $146.04

372. R051244 PRITT, DARREN WAYNE & JANINE CINDY 1630 36TH AVE SEATTLE, WA 98122 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 4 Block: 6 Lot: 41 R740279 MAP 09-27-00 R767797 DEC 09-20-01 Actual Value: 805,640 001720 EAGLE RANCH RD EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 6,297.64 INT 440.83 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,777.47

362. R006190 NORTHSTAR UROLOGY INC PO BOX 4810 BRECKENRIDGE, CO 80424 DESC: BLDG 1 Subdivision: SANDSTONE 70 Unit: A Actual Value: 300,550 000905 RED SANDSTONE RD A1 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,121.84 INT 78.53 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,239.37 363. R011821 O CONNELL, BRIAN M. & JOAN B. 132 CORTEZ RD WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33405 Subdivision: FREMONT HOUSE Unit: 326 R932591 DEC 10-11-05 R200613835 DEC 05-24-06 Actual Value: 1,340,580 311 OFFERSON RD 326 BEAVER CREEK AREA 2011 TAX 6,440.36 INT 450.83 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,930.19

373. R048599 QUINN, BRIAN PO BOX 5547 EAGLE, CO 81631-5547 Subdivision: BEDROCK COMM CENTER CONDO Unit: 3 R683614 MAP 01-13-99 R683616 DEC 01-13-99 R683317 QCD Actual Value: 252,780 001320 CHAMBERS AVE 3 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 4,413.32 INT 308.93 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,761.25 374. R026230 RBG PARTNERS LLC PO BOX 935 BASALT, CO 81621 Tract: 45 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 86 PCLIN (COMMERCIAL) BK-0191 PG-0531 BK-0217 PG-0361 QCD Actual Value: 666,460 000122 BASALT CENTER CIR BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 7,139.18 INT 428.35 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,606.53

364. R022892 OSEGUERA, LUCAS A. ARAGON, HILDA E. PO BOX 303 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: BERTROCH SUB FIL 4 Block: 9 Lot: 4 BK-0410 PG-0809 04-05-85 R672143 QCD 09-28-98 Actual Value: 214,060 000714 RANGEVIEW DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 995.40 INT 69.68 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,104.08

375. R027067 REA, GERALD - CARROLL, BONNIE PO BOX 69 WOLCOTT, CO 81655-0069 Subdivision: BELLYACHE RIDGE FIL 2 Lot: 62 BK-0298 PG-0651 WD 02-04-80 BK-0470 PG-0651 WD 02-04-80 Actual Value: 509,890 005340 BELLYACHE RIDGE RD WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 2,867.24 INT 200.71 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,106.95

365. R004535 OTTLEY, J. DUDLEY, SR - ETAL OTTLEY, J. DUDLEY, JR OTTLEY, J. DUDLEY, JR 39 PALISADES ROAD NE ATLANTA, GA 30309 Subdivision: VAIL INTERMOUNTAIN DEV SUB Block: 8 Lot: 1 PT OF BK-0245 PG-0544 QCD 01-28-76 BK-0245 Actual Value: 835,250 002902 BELLFLOWER DR VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 3,118.40 INT 218.29 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,375.69

376. R064289 RED FOX RESERVE LLC PO BOX 1930 GYPSUM, CO 81637-1930 Subdivision: SKY LEGEND @ COTTON RANCH FILING 1 PARCEL 1 PART OF R911878 DEC 04-12-05 R911879 MAP Actual Value: 1,193,100 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 42,079.12 INT 2,945.54 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $45,063.66

366. R005980 PARK MEADOWS 6D LLC C/O J PALMISANO 401 W SEMINARY AVE LUTHERVILLE, MD 21093 Subdivision: VAIL PARK MEADOWS Unit: 6-D R200609617 EAS 04-14-06 Actual Value: 123,000 001472 MATTERHORN CIR 6D VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 459.16 INT 32.14 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $530.30

377. R025884 REYNOLDS, RONALD PO BOX 2590 AVON, CO 81620 DESC: BLDG 2 Subdivision: CLUBHOUSE CONDO-ARROWHEAD Unit: 9 BK-0440 PG-0050 QCD 03-19-86 BK-0604 Actual Value: 682,320 000170 WILDFLOWER PL 9 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,390.08 INT 237.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,666.39

367. R047877 PASSERO, CHRISTOPHER SEAN & KIMBERLY ANN 1229 GREEN MEADOW DR CARBONDALE, CO 81623 Subdivision: SOPRIS MESA SUBDIVISION Lot: 8 R669116 MAP 09-11-98 R669117 DEC 09-11-98 Actual Value: 960,020 001229 GREEN MEADOW DR EL JEBEL AREA 2011 TAX 4,969.52 INT 347.87 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,356.39

378. R029524 RICE, JOHN 185 HILLCREST DR BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: ASPEN JUNCTION SUBDIVISION Block: 2 Lot: 28 BK-0521 PG-0724 MAP 01-23-90 Actual Value: 1,004,790 000185 HILLCREST DR BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 5,980.92 INT 418.66 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,438.58

368. R053099 PASSONS, DENNIS M. 100 PARK AVE W 1108 DENVER, CO 80205 Subdivision: MOUNTAIN VISTA EMPLOYEE HOUSING Unit: E-203 R796953 EAS 05-29-02 R796954 EAS Actual Value: 111,250 000180 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD E203 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 730.88 INT 51.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $821.04

379. R057908 RIO DE LUNA RANCHES LLC C/O RAY KENNEDY 616 OLOLU WINTER PARK, FL 32789 Subdivision: KENNEDY TRACTS Lot: 1 R934658 MAP 10-26-05 R200624318 QCD

369. R057801 PAUL, ORVAL A. - DOROTHY J. PAUL FAMILY

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08-25-06 R200701012 QCD 01-05-07 Actual Value: 346,410 009233 COLORADO RIVER RD 2011 TAX 5,360.16 INT 375.21 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,774.37 380. R057770 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ASSET MANAGEMENT NO 3 LLC 27 MAIN ST 103 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: J Lot: 19 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 433,150 000320 HEARTHSTONE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 4,256.56 INT 297.96 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,593.52 381. R046264 ROCKY MTN INVESTMENTS LLC PO BOX 2223 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: GNRT PROPERTY Unit: 3 BK-0742 PG-0174 MAP 11-03-97 BK-0742 PG-0175 DEC 11-03-97 Actual Value: 265,520 041000 HWY 6 3 EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 5,131.68 INT 359.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,529.90 382. R051400 ROGERS, JESS E. & GEORGANNE K. 89 GLENMOOR PL CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, CO 80110 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 37 Lot: 37 R730389 MAP 05-23-00 R730390 DEC 05-23-00 R746178 EAS Actual Value: 1,522,130 000095 MARTINGALE LN EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 17,145.84 INT 1,200.21 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $18,385.05 383. R021791 ROHER INVESTMENTS DRESDNER BANK TOWER 5TH ST 7TH FL PANAMA CITY, PANAMA, Subdivision: SUN VAIL CONDOMINIUM Unit: 4 BK-0438 PG-0129 WD 03-13-86 BK-0489 PG-0313 WD 10-01-87 BK-0647 Actual Value: 537,470 605 N FRONTAGE RD W 11 A VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 2,006.40 INT 140.45 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,185.85 384. R006344 ROMAN, FRANCISCO XOCHICALCO 174 PB 03020 MEXICO DF MEXICO, Subdivision: SIMBA RUN Unit: 2306 BK-0372 PG-0460 BK-0432 PG-0941 WD 12-19-85 BK-0727 PG-0537 QCD Actual Value: 445,380 001100 LIONS RIDGE LP 2306 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 1,662.60 INT 116.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,817.98 385. R003840 ROSENFELD FAMILY HOLDINGS LLC PO BOX 843 MINTURN, CO 81645 Subdivision: SOUTH MINTURN ADDITION Lot: 18 PART OF BK-0211 PG-0542 BK-0267 PG-0397 MAP 03-01-78 Actual Value: 387,740 001021 MAIN ST MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 5,348.76 INT 374.41 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,762.17 386. R003860 ROSENFELD FAMILY HOLDINGS, LLC PO BOX 843 MINTURN, CO 81645 Subdivision: SOUTH MINTURN ADDITION Lot: 18 PT OF BK-0211 PG-0542 BK-0267 PG-0397 MAP 03-01-78 Actual Value: 381,320 001041 MAIN ST MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 1,936.48 INT 135.55 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,111.03 387. R054620 RUTH ANN BROWN REVOCABLE TRUST 2337 BOLSOVER ST HOUSTON, TX 77005 Subdivision: SOPRIS MEADOWS ONE FIL 2 Lot: 33 R834217 MAP 05-21-03 R834221 DEC 05-21-03 R835623 WD Actual Value: 97,500 000358 SOPRIS CIR BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 2,114.52 INT 148.02 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,301.54 388. R042178 RW2-C INC PO BOX 1425 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: RIVERWALK VILLAGE MARKET CONDO Unit: C-2 BK-0661 PG-0906 DEC 02-21-95 BK-0661 Actual Value: 383,680 034295 HWY 6 C-2 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 5,648.28 INT 395.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,082.66 389. R017279 RYAN, MICHAEL D. & CHRISTINE W. PO BOX 5109 EAGLE, CO 81631 Tract: 68A Section: 19 Township: 5 Range: 83 PARCEL A TOLBERT HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Tract: 68A Actual Value: 695,740

002127 SALT CREEK RD EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 3,109.96 INT 217.70 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,366.66 390. R028848 S. DIANE GRAHAM TRUST, S. DIANE GRAHAM T 14821 N 73RD ST SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85260-3140 Subdivision: BEAVER CREEK SUB 2ND FIL Block: 1 Lot: 13 TRACT J BK-0695 PG-0958 SWD 05-21-96 Actual Value: 5,292,870 000178 WAYNE CREEK RD BEAVER CREEK AREA 2011 TAX 25,427.76 INT 1,779.94 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $27,246.70 391. R060131 SALTZMAN, SOLOMON B. PO BOX 142 RED CLIFF, CO 81649 Subdivision: RENO SUBDIVISION Lot: 1 R200722590 MAP 08-24-07 R200729062 DQT 11-01-07 R200805816 Actual Value: 487,280 000127 WATER ST RED CLIFF AREA 2011 TAX 1,519.92 INT 91.20 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,650.12 392. R033172 SANCHEZ, VICTORIA A. 4415 BRYANT ST DENVER, CO 80211 Subdivision: SNOW LION CONDO Unit: 308 BK-0612 PG-0898 QCD 07-01-93 BK-0621 PG-0969 QCD 10-11-93 Actual Value: 309,350 001040 VAIL VIEW DR 308 VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 577.34 INT 34.64 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $650.98 393. R029249 SCHAEFFER, PETER D. 2918 E AUTUMN RUN CIR SUGAR LAND, TX 77479 DESC: PHASE 5 Subdivision: BEAVER CREEK MEADOWS Unit: N-2 BK-0486 PG-0426 BK-0547 PG-0962 BSD Actual Value: 1,276,180 000365 OFFERSON RD N2 BEAVER CREEK AREA 2011 TAX 6,130.76 INT 429.15 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,598.91 394. R020510 SEIPEL, HERBERT T., JR PO BOX 1234 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE Block: 16 Lot: 20 AND:- Lot: 21 BK-0272 PG-0629 QCD 07-07-78 BK-0398 PG-0669 QCD Actual Value: 309,120 000430 CAPITOL ST EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,480.96 INT 103.67 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,623.63 395. R022560 SEIPEL, HERBERT T., JR PO BOX 1234 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: GYPSUM Block: A Lot: 10 THRU:- Lot: 12 4 UNITS BK-0272 PG-0628 QCD 07-07-78 Actual Value: 508,920 000469 RAILROAD AVE GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,058.68 INT 214.11 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,311.79 396. R039436 SELBY, JEFFREY B. & SANDRA S. 1 POLO CLUB RD DENVER, CO 80209 Subdivision: FOREST GLEN Lot: 1 BK-0587 PG-0376 MAP 08-19-92 BK-0587 PG-0377 DEC 08-19-92 Actual Value: 2,451,260 004301 GLEN FALLS LN VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 9,151.12 INT 640.58 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $9,830.70 397. R032439 SEXTON, MARK S. 27160 CRAIG LN GOLDEN, CO 80401 Subdivision: BIGHORN SUB PARCEL B & 1/2 INTEREST IN PARCEL C, RESUB OF LOT 20-6 BK-0508 PG-0360 WD Actual Value: 1,540,510 004196 COLUMBINE DR VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 5,750.88 INT 402.56 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,192.44 398. R014429 SFARA, FRANCISCO, EMELIA, BENJAMIN & LIL INSURENTES SUR 2104, SAN ANGEL MEXICO CITY 01000 MEXICO, Subdivision: BEAVER BENCH CONDO Unit: B-12 R741073 QCD 10-01-00 R200706240 QCD 03-09-07 Actual Value: 230,470 000414 W BEAVER CREEK BLVD B12 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 1,055.00 INT 73.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,167.85 399. R019105 SHAINHOLTZ, TODD H. & ANNE M. PO BOX 840 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: MAYERS ADDITION TO EAGLE Block: 29 Lot: 1 THRU:- Lot: 4 BK-0490 PG-0138 WD 08-25-88 Actual Value: 387,890 000112 W SIXTH ST EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 6,772.00 INT 474.04 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,285.04

400. R045933 SHELTON PROPERTIES LLC PO BOX 1059 BASALT, CO 81621 Subdivision: MID VALLEY CENTER PUD Lot: 4 BK-0734 PG-0544 MAP 08-13-97 R699339 SWD 02-24-99 Actual Value: 486,020 HWY 82 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 10,538.96 INT 737.73 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $11,315.69 401. R002250 SIFERS, MARK R. & VICKIE L. PO BOX 1444 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: BOOCO Block: G Lot: 7 THRU:- Lot: 9 PT OF ALL OF BK-0218 PG-0134 WD 07-01-70 BK-0234 PG-0069 Actual Value: 524,250 000342 MAIN ST MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 2,662.60 INT 186.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,887.98 402. R003610 SIFERS, MARK R. & VICKIE L. PO BOX 1444 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: BALDAUF ADDITION Block: 3 Lot: 17 AND:- Lot: 18 BK-0177 PG-0353 BK-0181 PG-0013 Actual Value: 376,650 000671 MAIN ST MINTURN AREA 2011 TAX 1,912.88 INT 133.90 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,085.78 403. R014900 SIFERS, MARK R. & VICKIE L. PO BOX 1444 AVON, CO 81620 Section: 6 Township: 5 Range: 82 PCLIN LOTS 4 & 5 BK-0573 PG-0617 QCD 02-18-92 Actual Value: 959,530 HWY 6 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,806.00 INT 266.42 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,111.42 404. R030554 SIFERS, ROBIN PO BOX 6183 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: WILDWOOD TOWNHOMES NORTH Lot: C-4 BK-0571 PG-0685 MAP 01-29-92 BK-0571 PG-0686 DEC Actual Value: 127,210 001050 W WILDWOOD RD C-4 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 582.40 INT 40.77 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $662.17 405. R020250 SLOAN, TIFFANY & BROCK A. PO BOX 5108 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: EAGLE Block: 17 Lot: 13 AND:- Lot: 14 R674766 QCD 10-13-98 R682535 QCD 10-13-98 Actual Value: 234,370 000502 CAPITOL ST EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 1,122.76 INT 78.59 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,240.35 406. R058071 SMITH ESTATE NOTE HOLDINGS LLC C/O REESE HENRY & CO INC 400 E MAIN ST STE 2 ASPEN, CO 81611-2919 Subdivision: WILDS PUD (THE) Lot: 18 BLDG 6 R674779 MAP 11-03-98 R674780 DEC 11-03-98 R200608914 DEC Actual Value: 50,090 BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 1,073.40 INT 75.14 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,187.54 407. R064264 SMITH ESTATE NOTE HOLDINGS LLC REESE HENRY & CO INC 400 E MAIN ST STE 2 ASPEN, CO 81611-2919 Subdivision: WILDS PUD (THE) Lot: 29 BLDG 11 BK-0733 PG-0133 MAP 07-28-97 BK-0733 PG-0134 DEC Actual Value: 61,500 PROMONTORY LN BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 1,317.92 INT 92.25 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,449.17 408. R049634 SMITH, M. AUSTIN MARZARIO, SHERRI LYNN 19545 HAMPSHIRE CT PRIOR LAKE, MN 55372 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 34 Block: 1 Lot: 12 R682634 MAP 01-05-99 R696151 SWD 05-14-99 Actual Value: 2,076,010 001187 GORE TRL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 23,192.00 INT 1,623.44 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $24,854.44 409. R012780 SOLIS, LUIS FERNANDO 3981 PROMONTORY CT BOULDER, CO 80304 Subdivision: VAIL VILLAGE WEST FIL 1 Lot: 22 BK-0417 PG-0924 QCD 03-22-85 BK-0428 PG-0492 QCD Actual Value: 560,000 002180 ALPINE DR VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 7,616.56 INT 533.16 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $8,188.72 410. R044544 SOUTHGATE LLC 11115 JUNIPER DR LEAWOOD, KS 66211 Subdivision: AIRPORT GATEWAY CENTER Lot: 23 BK-0703 PG-0036 MAP


08-15-96 BK-0703 PG-0037 DEC Actual Value: 188,780 000220 MCGREGOR DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,353.48 INT 234.74 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,627.22 411. R044553 SOUTHGATE LLC 11115 JUNIPER DR LEAWOOD, KS 66211 Subdivision: AIRPORT GATEWAY CENTER Lot: 34 BK-0703 PG-0036 MAP 08-15-96 BK-0703 PG-0037 DEC Actual Value: 178,780 000065 LINDBERGH DR 34 GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,175.88 INT 222.31 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,437.19 412. R054078 SPRING CREEK ENTERPRISES LLC C/O CALCO PO BOX 3775 EAGLE, CO 81631 Subdivision: FLY-N-EAGLE CENTRE Lot: 11 R792921 MAP 04-18-02 R792922 MAP 04-18-02 R792924 DEC Actual Value: 1,170,450 464 SPRING CREEK RD GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 19,839.68 INT 1,388.78 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $21,267.46 413. R058467 SPRING CREEK GYPSUM LLC 110 CORDILLERA WY EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: SPRING CREEK INDUSTRIAL SUBDIVISION Lot: 16 R200615650 MAP 06-14-06 R200615651 Actual Value: 144,990 000113 SPRING CREEK CIR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 2,457.84 INT 172.05 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 SPRING CREEK 15,560.79 INT 1,089.26 TOTAL DUE: $19,318.94 414. R050962 STAG GULCH PARTNERS PO BOX 988 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 7 PARCEL L-4 R737188 MAP 08-21-00 R746867 WD 12-19-00 Actual Value: 4,050 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 125.28 INT 8.77 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $173.05 415. R050901 STUNKEL, SHELDON E. & SALLY M. 7428 VIA DE FORTUNA CARLSBAD, CA 92009 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 36 Block: 2 Lot: 1 R721640 DEC 01-31-00 R721641 MAP 01-31-00 Actual Value: 225,000 000136 SAGE GROUSE TRL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 9,172.96 INT 642.11 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $9,854.07 416. R055801 SULLIVAN, STEPHEN A. 1186 SPRUCE ST WINNETKA, IL 60093 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 14 Lot: 1 R873800 MAP 04-14-04 R888474 DEC 08-23-04 Actual Value: 104,500 002154 EAGLE RANCH RD EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 2,976.48 INT 208.35 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,223.83 417. R055802 SULLIVAN, STEPHEN A. 1186 SPRUCE ST WINNETKA, IL 60093 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 14 Lot: 2 R873800 MAP 04-14-04 R888474 DEC 08-23-04 Actual Value: 104,500 002170 EAGLE RANCH RD EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 2,976.48 INT 208.35 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,223.83 418. R045374 SUTNER, JOSHUA 2096 ZERMATT LN #A VAIL, CO 81657 Subdivision: VAIL COMMONS CONDO Unit: A5 BK-0709 PG-0961 DEC 10-29-96 BK-0720 PG-0719 MAP Actual Value: 224,870 002096 ZERMATT LN A VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 839.52 INT 58.77 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $937.29 419. R004940 SVOBODA, ROBERT - LANNI, LEONARD C/O PARK MEADOWS LODGE 1472 MATTERHORN CIRCLE VAIL, CO 81657 Subdivision: VAIL PARK MEADOWS Unit: 5-D R200609617 EAS 04-14-06 Actual Value: 123,000 001472 MATTERHORN CIR 5D VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 459.16 INT 32.14 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $530.30 420. R056457 SWENSON, WHITNEY - KOELKER, MARK PO BOX 3631 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: EAGLE RIVER ESTATES Lot: 103A R916024 MAP 05-17-05 R916025 DEC 05-17-05 R916442 QCD Actual Value: 246,370 000706 MEADOW CT A GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,146.20 INT 80.23 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,265.43

421. R063397 TATRA METAL INC PO BOX 611 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: 1120 CHAMBERS BUSINESS PARK Unit: 4 Actual Value: 392,880 1120 CHAMBERS AVE 4 EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 6,859.32 INT 480.15 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,378.47 422. R059552 TENERIS INC 17130 DALLAS PKWY STE 240 DALLAS, TX 75248 Subdivision: BUCKHORN VALLEY PUD PHASE 4 Lot: 193 PHASE 4 PART OF R200706767 MAP 03-14-07 R200706768 Actual Value: 12,870 000015 OVERLOOK LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 423.40 INT 29.64 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $492.04 423. R059555 TENERIS INC 17130 DALLAS PKWY STE 240 DALLAS, TX 75248 Subdivision: BUCKHORN VALLEY PUD PHASE 4 Lot: 190 PHASE 4 R200706767 MAP 03-14-07 R200706768 DEC Actual Value: 42,910 000023 BRIDGER DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,412.12 INT 98.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,549.97 424. R059556 TENERIS INC 17130 DALLAS PKWY STE 240 DALLAS, TX 75248 Subdivision: BUCKHORN VALLEY PUD PHASE 4 Lot: 189 PHASE 4 R200706767 MAP 03-14-07 R200706768 DEC Actual Value: 42,910 000039 BRIDGER DR GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,412.12 INT 98.85 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,549.97 425. R059574 TENERIS INC 17130 DALLAS PKWY STE 240 DALLAS, TX 75248 Subdivision: BUCKHORN VALLEY PUD PHASE 4 Lot: 193 PART OF PHASE 4 R200706767 MAP 03-14-07 R200706768 Actual Value: 30,040 000015 OVERLOOK LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,013.08 INT 70.92 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,123.00 426. R059575 TENERIS INC 17130 DALLAS PKWY STE 240 DALLAS, TX 75248 Subdivision: BUCKHORN VALLEY PUD PHASE 4 Lot: 194 PHASE 4 R200706767 MAP 03-14-07 R200706768 DEC Actual Value: 42,910 000021 OVERLOOK LN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 1,446.96 INT 101.29 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,587.25 427. R015095 TEXAS LATIGO LLC C/O SAM J. MAINORD 11915 ROYAL ROSE HOUSTON, TX 77082 Subdivision: EAGLE-VAIL FIL 2 Block: 4 Lot: 76 BK-0269 PG-0961 BK-0464 PG-0782 PTD 06-22-87 Actual Value: 300,000 001429 DEER BLVD EAGLE-VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 5,758.96 INT 403.13 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $6,201.09 428. R049279 THOMAS, SUSAN K. 3216 ROBINSON BAY RD WAYZATA, MN 55391 DESC: PHASE 1 Subdivision: BEAR PAW LODGE Unit: 9 R703522 DEC 07-27-99 R703523 MAP 07-27-99 R200605190 DEC Actual Value: 2,066,300 000206 BEAR PAW 9 BEAVER CREEK AREA 2011 TAX 10,760.44 INT 753.23 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $11,552.67 429. R018325 TROUT, BEVERLY H. C/O KELLER WILLIAMS PO BOX 5006 EDWARDS, CO 81632-5006 DESC: PHASE III Subdivision: STONEHAVEN CONDOMINIUMS Unit: D-2 BK-0373 PG-0631 BK-0465 PG-0797 WD Actual Value: 346,130 001121 BERRY CREEK RD D2 EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 860.60 INT 51.64 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $951.24 430. R054018 TWO RIVERS PROPERTIES LLLP 0010 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: TWO RIVERS ESTATES Lot: 1 PARCEL C R795923 MAP 05-17-02 R795924 SIA 05-17-02 Actual Value: 306,330 000100 COLORADO RIVER RD DOTSERO AREA 2011 TAX 3,197.52 INT 223.83 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,460.35 431. R054019 TWO RIVERS PROPERTIES LLLP 0010 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: TWO RIVERS ESTATES Lot: 2 PARCEL C R795923 MAP 05-17-02 R795924 SIA 05-17-02 Actual Value: 58,880 000102 COLORADO RIVER RD DOTSERO AREA

2011 TAX 1,423.72 INT 99.66 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,562.38 432. R054020 TWO RIVERS PROPERTIES LLLP 0010 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: TWO RIVERS ESTATES PARCEL D R795923 MAP 05-17-02 R795924 SIA 05-17-02 R795925 DEC Actual Value: 48,830 000062 COLORADO RIVER RD DOTSERO AREA 2011 TAX 1,180.32 INT 82.62 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,301.94 433. R054025 TWO RIVERS PROPERTIES LLLP 0010 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: TWO RIVERS ESTATES PARCEL J (OPEN SPACE) R795923 MAP 05-17-02 R795924 SIA 05-17-02 Actual Value: 1,550 DOTSERO AREA 2011 TAX 37.52 INT 2.63 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $79.15 434. R054026 TWO RIVERS PROPERTIES LLLP 0010 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: TWO RIVERS ESTATES Lot: 4 R795923 MAP 05-17-02 R795924 SIA 05-17-02 R795925 DEC 05-17-02 Actual Value: 71,330 000294 STEPHENS DR DOTSERO AREA 2011 TAX 1,724.64 INT 120.72 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,884.36 435. R063813 TWO RIVERS PROPERTIES LLLP 0010 COLORADO RIVER RD GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: TWO RIVERS ESTATES PARCEL E2 (OPEN SPACE, ACCESS, DRAINAGE, UTILITY & TRAINING) Actual Value: 22,800 DOTSERO AREA 2011 TAX 551.00 INT 38.57 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $628.57 436. R059126 VAIL ECO LAND ACQUISITION LLC 416 KENSINGTON GREEN EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 24 Lot: 25 R200632871 MAP 12-01-06 R200719978 DEC 07-27-07 Actual Value: 110,000 002682 E HAYSTACKER DR EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 3,132.60 INT 219.28 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,390.88 437. R059139 VAIL ECO LAND ACQUISITION LLC 416 KENSINGTON GREEN EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: EAGLE RANCH FILING 24 Lot: 39 R200632871 MAP 12-01-06 R200728449 DEC 10-26-07 Actual Value: 110,000 002272 E HAYSTACKER DR EAGLE AREA 2011 TAX 3,132.60 INT 219.28 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,390.88 438. R064468 VAIL VENTURE PARTNERS IV LLC 2100 SALZEDO ST STE 300 CORAL GABLES, FL 33134 Subdivision: RESIDENCES AT SOLARIS-VAIL Unit: PENTHOUSE F WEST Actual Value: 3,251,250 000141 E MEADOW DR PENTHO VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 27,665.72 INT 1,936.60 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $29,641.32 439. R064465 VAIL VENTURE PARTNERS V LLC 2100 SALZEDO ST STE 300 CORAL GABLES, FL 33134 Subdivision: RESIDENCES AT SOLARIS-VAIL Unit: 7A WEST Actual Value: 4,769,160 000141 E MEADOW DR 7A WES VAIL AREA 2011 TAX 40,582.44 INT 2,840.77 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $43,462.21 440. R045090 VAN CURAN, TRACEY R PO BOX 4119 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: AVON PLAZA Unit: A101 BK-0714 PG-0925 MAP 12-30-96 BK-0714 PG-0926 DEC 12-30-96 Actual Value: 482,570 000150 BEAVER CREEK BLVD A101 AVON AREA 2011 TAX 4,023.08 INT 241.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,303.46 441. R041529 VANATTA, LONNY 7279 E ADOBE DR STE 105 SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85255 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 17 Block: 1 Lot: 15 BK-0646 PG-0367 MAP 07-28-94 R744697 DEC 11-21-00 Actual Value: 90,000 000398 PEREGRINE DR EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 2,794.88 INT 195.64 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,029.52 442. R051985 VANATTA, LONNY 7279 E ADOBE DR STE 105 SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85255 Subdivision: CORDILLERA SUB FIL 37 Lot: 11 PHASE 2 R750209 DEC 02-20-01 R750210 MAP 02-20-01

Actual Value: 96,000 000113 PRITCHEL PL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,933.16 INT 275.32 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,247.48 443. R057812 VERTICAL FUND GROUP INC 7700 IRVINE CENTER DR STE 150 IRVINE, CA 92618 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 7 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 10,860 000132 BRIDLE PATH GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 388.88 INT 27.22 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $455.10 444. R057830 VERTICAL FUND GROUP INC 7700 IRVINE CENTER DR STE 150 IRVINE, CA 92618 Subdivision: BRIGHTWATER CLUB FILING 3 CABINS & HOMESTEADS Block: K Lot: 22 R929490 MAP 09-14-05 Actual Value: 8,150 000041 SADDLE HORN GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 291.36 INT 20.40 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $350.76 445. R044471 VLAAR ENTERPRISES LLC PO BOX 4121 VAIL, CO 81658 Subdivision: HOMESTEAD FIL 2 Block: 15 Lot: 11 BK-0693 PG-0460 MAP 04-30-96 BK-0693 PG-0462 DEC Actual Value: 275,000 000185 RUSSELL TRL EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 4,048.28 INT 283.38 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $4,370.66 446. R042429 WALLACE, JULIA H. 35 MILLERS CIRCLE RD EDWARDS, CO 81632-7904 Subdivision: TRAVIS CREEK SUB FILING 2 Lot: 5 BK-0657 PG-0604 MAP 12-20-94 BK-0657 PG-0605 DEC Actual Value: 385,000 000417 JOUFLAS RANCH RD WOLCOTT AREA 2011 TAX 5,374.72 INT 376.23 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $5,789.95 447. R044645 WALTER J. SCOTT REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST PO BOX 2691 AVON, CO 81620 Subdivision: BERRY CREEK RANCH FINAL PLAT Lot: 47B BK-0706 PG-0073 MAP 09-23-96 BK-0706 PG-0074 DEC Actual Value: 613,220 000051 HACKAMORE RD B EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 3,049.44 INT 213.46 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,301.90 448. R045218 WARD/LO FAMILY TRUST 12858 WILLIAMS RANCH RD MOORPARK, CA 93021 Subdivision: COTTON RANCH PUD TIMBERWOLF FILING 3 Lot: 64 BK-0705 PG-0680 MAP 09-18-96 BK-0705 Actual Value: 95,000 230 TIMBERWOLF GYPSUM AREA 2011 TAX 3,350.52 INT 234.54 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $3,624.06 449. R001630 WARREN, EVERETT J. PO BOX 70 RED CLIFF, CO 81649 Subdivision: RED CLIFF Block: J Lot: 22 THRU:- Lot: 24 BK-0242 PG-0383 Actual Value: 118,200 EAGLE ST RED CLIFF AREA 2011 TAX 736.64 INT 51.56 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $827.20 450. R028383 WATERSTONE II LLC PO BOX 4939 EDWARDS, CO 81632 Subdivision: RED CANYON ESTATES Lot: 11 BK-0455 PG-0524 BK-0626 PG-0402 QCD 11-29-93 BK-0741 Actual Value: 1,755,630 001591 RED CANYON CREEK RD EDWARDS AREA 2011 TAX 6,727.44 INT 470.92 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $7,237.36 451. R026425 WEBER, GRETCHEN V. PO BOX 367 BASALT, CO 81621-0367 Tract: 61 Section: 0 Township: 8 Range: 87 PCLIN BK-0231 PG-0282 08-24-73 BK-0231 PG-0283 QCD Actual Value: 493,220 001105 TWO RIVERS RD BASALT AREA 2011 TAX 2,553.68 INT 178.76 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $2,771.44

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452. R051635 WEBER, THOMAS P. PO BOX 1292 GYPSUM, CO 81637 Subdivision: NIGHTSTAR RESIDENCES Unit: D R742835 MAP 10-30-00 R742836 DEC 10-30-00 Actual Value: 697,460 000410 NOTTINGHAM RD D AVON AREA 2011 TAX 1,596.00 INT 95.76 ADV 35.00 FEE 4.00 TOTAL DUE: $1,730.76 453. R013066 WELLES, DAVID EDWIN 1815 W GORE CREEK DR A VAIL, CO 81657

Published in the Aspen Times Weekly on October 4, 2012.

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by EMILY WORTMAN-WUNDER of HIGH COUNTRY NEWS

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‘THEFT’ DEVELOPMENT’S brutal erosion of the landscape is a fact of life in the West. In the hands of lesser writers, it often becomes a cliché — shorthand for the destructive side of human nature and the grief and rage it provokes. Even when tackled by good writers, it can flatten into a monotonous, selfrighteous howl of blame. But in “Theft,” Colorado essayist BK Loren’s first novel, the loss of nature is linked to the loss of a loved one, and grief becomes a territory to be explored. The novel’s narrator, Willa Robbins, is a wildlife tracker involved in the reintroduction of the Mexican wolf to New Mexico. Then she is asked to track down her estranged brother, who is wanted for murder. Her return to the landscape of her Colorado childhood (now built over and utterly changed) revives memories of her dead mother, her violent but

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beloved brother, Zeb, and their shared history of petty theft and hard choices. The connection between land and family is established early: “That land felt like blood relation to me,” thinks Willa as she drives north, “a place I could never squeeze out of my bones.” The most vivid parts of the book concern her brother. As a child, she helped him rob houses by slipping into a cracked-open window “like a penny into a bank.” Years later, when he’s a fugitive, he overhears the police talking to his common-law wife and reflects how he and she “can read each other like rivers, the fluidity, the steadiness, the soft rage of water shaping something as solid as a rock.” The landscape that enfolds the story is rich with scents, sounds and stories of its own. Loren’s novel is a meditation on what can be owned and what can be stolen — and what can never be taken.

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BEAR

Gentle, friendly, affectionate, 3-year-old Pit Bull female found wandering the streets of LA. Brought to Aspen to start a new life. She is the hardest dog to photograph to show how sweet she really is. Give her a chance, please.

Large, friendly, 8-year-old Mastiff male. Gets along well with everybody, but occasionally picks fights with other dogs possibly due to fading eyesight. All in all, a very cool dog.

Aspen/Pitkin Animal Shelter 101 Animal Shelter Road

A SPEN R EAL E STATE C a m e l o t C OMPANY West

www.dogsaspen.com

69 HERRON HOLLOW ON PITKIN GREEN Stunning five bedroom, five and one half bath home that is situated on Pitkin Green near the base of Red Mountain, capturing amazing views of Aspen, Highlands and Buttermilk mountains; a truly idyllic setting. This newly renovated home is great for enjoying on your own as well as for entertaining, with its beautifully manicured lawn, wrap around decks and a one of a kind gentlemen’s billiard room.

$8,499,000

Co-listed with Wendalin Whitman

MLS #125852

Shlomo Ben-Hamoo & Peggy Scharlin - - • - -  Shlo@gmail.com |peggy@scharlin.com

620 East Hyman Ave. 9709202006 www.AspenExperts.com

Leaves are changing You can feel it in the air.. Winter is coming – and we are ready…



OPEN ALL OFF-SEASON FRESH, CREATIVE FOOD HAND-CRAFTED COCKTAILS $6 KIDS’ MEALS INCREDIBLE, AFFORDABLE WINES Serving Lunch & Dinner Daily 11am-10pm 

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