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LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journal, Dec. 8, 1994) Classifieds in The Perkins Journal are only per insertion See page 10 for details t==l ,I NO 7-1994 )LUTION PROPOS- AMENDMENT AND )N OF THE OUNDARIES FOR OF PERKINS, The Board of | of the Town of Oklahoma has cam- ward and ward review process re- In I I O.S. Section 20- and the Board of Trust- agreed upon the amendments to the Lrds within of Perkins; and LEAS, the Board of to act upon g amending the ; within the Perkins prior to the 'lar Municipal elec- EAS, pursuant to Section 20-102 endment to ward must be proposed THEREFORE, BE BY THE OF TRUSTEES THE TOWN OF OKLAHOMA, as | Section 1. That the Board of Trustees of said Town hav- ing been required to review the wards and ward boundaries of the Town does find that there are changes necessary in such ward boundaries in order to retain wards that are compact, contiguous and substantially equal in population. Section 2. The Board of Trustees does therefore pro- pose to enact an Ordinance, which Ordinance shall retain the total number of wards at five (5) but that the boundaries of such five (5) wards be changed and modified. That the boundaries of the pro- posed wards to be adopted shall be the same as those shown on the map attached hereto as =Exhibit A" and made a part hereof. Section 3. That a minimum of thirty (30) days notice of this proposed to change and amend boundaries and of the passage of a proposed ordi- nance be given by the publica- tion of this resolution Section 4. That notice be given that at 7:30 o'clock on Tuesday, the 10th day of Janu- ary, 1995, The Board of Trust- ees of such Town at the City Hall, Perkins, Oklahoma, will consider the passage of an Ordinance to change and amend the boudnaries of teh ward within the Town of Perkins, all as shown on "Ex- hibit A" attached hereto. PASS, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 5th day of De- cember, 1994. S/Randy Hall MAYOR Attest: S/Larry Moorman CLERK LEGAL NOTICE (Published in The Perkins Journal, one time, December 8, 1994) SBE 12 BOARD OF EDUCATION PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF NEEDS AND CALL FOR AN ELECTION The Sstlrr~ted amount or lunounts of money end the tax rate or rates Delleved ~EI~KINB TI~ SChOOl Otstrict NO. T-~ of pIzY~iR County, Oklahoma. for the 19J6 fiscal year are 8s follows: Io be required for the luiapO~l and maintenance of the ~ in THE ESTIMATED NEEDS FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO MAINTAIN A LEGAL TERM OF SCHOOL FOR THE ENSUING SCHOOL YEAR: instruction (Regular and Exceptional Education) .............................. $ Support Services: 200r 706. Students ................................................. 1 1"/4 r ~)49, Instruction Stsff ............................................. General Aclminlmration ......................................... : ~ Sctmol Administration .......................................... Susiness ................................................. $ $ Ooerstion and Maintenance ....................................... S(ua~nt Trsmmoaetion ......................................... $ --~ Central .................................................. $ .-10"929" Other Sur~oM Se~.ces ......................................... $ Child Nutrition Progr~ Operations .................................... $ .-~ Cornmumily Servicea Operations ......................................$ O= FaCllitkMI Acquisition and Construction Services .............................. $ O. Other Out.y= ................................................ $ Other Uses ................................................. S o. I, To{at Current Expense ................................................. $ ,4r 242t407 2. Required for inferst .................................................. $ O~ 3, Total Estimated Needs from Garters Fund ...................................... $ (Sum of Item= t & 2) THE ESTIMATED INCOME FOR THE GENERAL FUND FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN DISTRICT AD VALOREM TAXES: .,~. 4. Probable balance on hand, if sny, at the close of present liscel year .................. $ ~ ~.~ 5. Estimated ino~ne from County 4 trail levy for the 1996 fiscal year ........... $ ~ '~ 6. Estimated tn~ne from State Aid .................................... $ ~ ,~. 7 Estimated income from all other misceffenenus revenue ........................ $ ~ .,;:~ 8. Total estimated Income other then disfr*cf ad valorem tax for the ensuing fiscal year ................. $ ~ ~" (Sum of Items 4. 5. 6. & 7) 9. Balance requ~ed to be raised from district sd vstorem taxes ............................. $ (item 3 minus item 8) , t O. Since the net assessed valuation of the school district is $ 12 ~ 98 S r 963 . an ,=d valorem tax levy of 35 mills would be required Io finance the preliminsry estimate of needs for current expense, as hermnabove set forlh for the ensuing fiscal year. 35 Miffs f (Item 9 divided by valuation) 1 1. Less authorized levies not requiring the approval of the school district electors 20 t 4ills 12.Additional number of trolls needed to meet the needs of the school district for currant expenses from the General Fund (if any) 15 Mill : Note: (The Cem=,~te~ ~ ,~e EmeqNmW LaW w~ ~ be ~med re meet ,~e ne~m~ or Ihe ~ e'/t/~el fe S M/e= *m# the L~ s~ LaW fe IO M/S=.t THE ESTIMATED AMOUNT NEEDED FOR ERECTING, REMODELING, OR REPAIRING SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND FOR PURCHASING FURNITUff FOR THE ENSUING YEAR TO BE PROVIDED FOR FROM THE SCHOOL DISTRICT BUILDING FUND: 141f430. Erecting. remodeling or repairing school buiidlngs, furniture and equil)me~t ............. $ 2: Required for tmerest .......................................... S 3. Total estimated needs to be financed from the building fund ...................... $ ~) (Sum of.~,m ~ &2) ......................................... s z~ZD3 .~ THE ESTIMATED INCOME AND SOURCES FOR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT BUILDING FUND: 4. p~ I~lltrtcQ On hand. If any. at ctole of premmt fiscal year .................... $ 76,500, .. 5. Estlmted Inoonm from otmw =murces ................................. $ O, : 6. Total stated eccumutatfon~ and otl'~r income ................................. $ ~ (Sum of Items 4 & 5) 7. Balance ,squired to be raised from dlstict ed vstorem taxes ............................ (llem 3 minus Item 6) ............................................ '. ====~:=x=~== 8.An ad valorem tax levy of 5 mills will be required to meet the needs of the district building fund for the 1996 year (Nol to exceed 5 Mill) 5 Mills An election Is heret~,f called for the purDoce of vOling on the question of making the following levies for which an estimated need is bermnebove shown, and for lhe election of th Board of Education members in Office NO..5 and Office No. _.__._._.; (R~ts o~ the School Election OIItdCtS NO, ~ and __) Filing period December ~ to December --7...,.. ]994 , from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Emergency Levy 5 Mill Building Fund Levy 5 Mills Local SuDOort Levy 10 Mill Said election to be held at rogular voting places within the school distrlCl on ~ebz',..ta.z'Y 14. 199~ between the hours Of~ and _..........Z~, A eson~l alection, if necessry, will be held on ~. The Board of E atld. for .oo S0hoo, O.la"om. " " Clerk of ~osrd of Education President ol Board of Educat~0~ ~, OW TO SAY "SAVINGS" IN SIGN LANGUAGE. NOTICE ecl 2 times in The named Personal Representa- Journal, Dec. 1 & 6,tive, at 21-1 North Perkins Road, Suite 19-A, Stillwater, ISTRICT COURT OF Oklahoma 74076, same being the place of business of attar- OKLAHOMA ney for Personal Represent- of the Estate tive on or before the following E. BABCOCK, presentment date: 8th day of February, 1994. S/Carolyn F. Elledge Personal Representative of the CREDITORS Estate of NORMAN E. having claims BABCOCK, NORMAN E. Deceased. :K, Deceased, are re- F. E McANALLY Present the same, Attorney for Personal Repre- of all secu- sentative and other collat- 211 N. Perkins Rd. held by each credi-Suite 19-A to such claim Stillwater, OK 74076 F. ELLEDGE, the (405) 377-3171 WE WANT YOUR NEWS! Welcome articles of local Interest. Your article by our offices before NOON MONDAY you're in the market for a new home, you should know about the home energy program that really speaks to your budget. It's the Gas Advantage .................... 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