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Legals for September, 3 2021

| September 3, 2021 12:00 AM

Notice is hereby given that: ABC Mini Storage will conduct a public auction of the personal property in storage unit #233, Beka Hoagden and unit #J, Kyle Nick, September 17, 2021, located at 497 Hwy 2 West, Libby, MT 59923. A-1 Storage will conduct a public auction of the personal property in storage unit #11 & #12, Clint Boone, at 10:30am, September 17, 2021, located at 6th & Commerce Way, Libby, MT 59923. ABC/A-1 storage will conduct a public auction of the personal property in storage Unit #23, Patricia Evan/Daniel Wise, at 11am, September 17, 2021, located at 145 Commerce Way, Libby, MT 59923. Auctions will be in front of storage units. Terms of the sales are cash. This notice is given pursuant to Section 70-6-420 MCA. Published In The Western News September 3, and 10, 2021. MNAXLP

Notice of Public Meeting The City of Libby The Libby Mayor and City Council is accepting applications for appointment to the City Council to fill a vacancy. Please submit an Application for Appointment from along with a resume to the City Clerk/Treasurer or City Administrator at PO BOX 1428 or at City Hall 952 E. Spruce St., by 4:30 pm on the 16th of September. A Special Council Meeting will be held at 6:15 pm on the 20th of September to fill the vacancy. By order of the Mayor and Council Samuel Sikes City Clerk/Treasurer Published In The Western News August 31 & September 7, 2021. MNAXLP

NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The City of Troy is requesting proposals from qualified firms for engineering, grant writing, and grant administration services to potentially include an evaluation of the existing water system and develop recommended improvements to the City's water system. The services to be provided may include but are not limited to civil/site work; community planning, including development of planning documents; subdivisions reviews, project funding applications & grant administration; water systems; wastewater systems; storm water systems; land surveying; transportation engineering and planning; environmental issues; pedestrian trails; hydrology/hydraulics; and geotechnical engineering. This work may include Preliminary Engineering Reports (PERs), design, bidding, construction administration, rate studies, and grant administration for various projects. The City may apply to the Montana Coal Endowment Program (MCEP), Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), USDA Rural Development (USDA RD), and State Revolving Fund (SRF) to assist with funding of potential improvements. Interested individuals or firms should contact Tracy Rebo, City Clerk at 406-295-4151 ext #3 for additional information or questions. Six copies of the proposal must be received by 4:00 p.m. on September 15, 2021 and should be submitted to the City office. Please state "Engineering and Grant Writing Services Proposal" on the outside of the response package. Proposals may be mailed to the City of Troy, P.O. Box 823, Troy, MT 59935. This solicitation is being offered in accordance with Federal and Montana statutes governing procurement of professional services. No costs for engineering services are required in the proposal. Accordingly, the City reserves the right to negotiate an agreement based on fair and reasonable compensation for the scope of work and services proposed, as well as the right to reject any and all responses deemed unqualified, unsatisfactory or inappropriate. Published In The Western News August 27, September 3 & 10, 2021. MNAXLP

NOTICE TO ACCEPT BIDS The Heritage Museum's Board of Directors is accepting bids through September 9, 2021, to replace the 15,620 square foot metal roof and roof framework on the 12-sided federally listed historical log building located at 34067 U.S. Highway 2. An optional Pre-Bid Conference will be held on September 7, 2021, at 10 a.m. at the Museum. Bids must be postmarked by September 9, 2021, and mailed to The Heritage Museum, Attn: Bid, P.O. Box 628, Libby, MT 59923 (or) hand-delivered to the Museum before 5 p.m. on September 9, 2021. Bids will be opened at The Heritage Museum at 10 a.m. on September 13, 2021. The roof replacement project is state funded, in part, through a Montana Historic Preservation Grant (MHPG) and the winning bid contractor will be required to pay Montana State prevailing wages. Bidders must be licensed general or roofing contractors in the State of Montana, bonded, and insured. The contract term will be from award date until June 1, 2022. Renewals may be made at 1-year intervals, not to exceed a total of 2 years, at the option of the Heritage Museum. The roof consists of 12 pie-shaped sections 50 feet in length (lower roof) and 12 pie-shaped sections 15-feet in length (tower roof). The project should be completed in 6-8 consecutive weeks beginning to end of project (dependent upon weather). The Museum is responsible for removal of the existing metal roof, framing, and fascia. The new roof will rest on the original tongue and groove boards which form the ceiling inside the building and rest on the building's whole log roof rafters. The new roof must consist of 30-year titanium underlayment with ice shield on the lower edge, 2" x 4" horizontal purlins, 2" x 6" wood framing, 5/8" sheets of OSB or comparable, 2-pound foam-in insulation for 5-inches, another layer of 30-year titanium underlayment, add/construct tunnel venting through/under the OSB or comparable, topped with new brown 24-26 standard gauge metal sheeting and trim in Standard Classic Style, new construction industry standard screws and screw spacing, and installation of cedar board fascia (provided by the Museum) beneath the roof all around the building on both levels. Bidders should include documentation of any prior experience in repairing historic log buildings. An additional General Requirements package can be obtained from the Museum's website at or by stopping by the Museum during open hours (10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.). Published In The Western News August 24, 27, 31 and September 2, 2021. MNAXLP

Jeffrey Ellingson KAUFMAN VIDAL HILEMAN ELLINGSON PC 22 Second Avenue West, Suite 4000 Kalispell, MT 59901 Phone: (406) 755-5700 Fax: (406) 755-5783 Attorneys for Personal Representative Montana Nineteenth Judicial District Court - Lincoln County IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FLORENCE TOSCH, Deceased. No. DP-21-66 Judge: Hon. Matthew Cuffe NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the decedent are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be mailed to Korrie Foley, the Personal Representative, return receipt requested, at Kaufman Vidal Hileman Ellingson PC, 22 Second Avenue West, Suite 4000, Kalispell, MT 59901, or filed with the Clerk of the above Court. DATED this 13th day of August 2021. ESTATE OF FLORENCE TOSCH Korrie Foley, Personal Representative By: /s/Jeffrey Ellingson Jeffrey Ellingson KAUFMAN VIDAL HILEMAN ELLINGSON PC Attorney for Personal Representative Published In The Western News August 27, September 3 & 10, 2021. MNAXLP

Public Notice DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION UNIT OFFICE TIMBER SALE The Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Libby Unit is proposing a timber harvest on approximately 438 acres on State Trust Land located in Sec.16, T30N, R29W within the Fisher River drainage. A brief description of the proposed action is listed below. Preliminary estimates indicate that approximately 1.5-2.5 million board feet of timber would be harvested. Approximately 6.1 miles of road maintenance would be required to access timber. with no permanent new construction. Ground based tractor logging systems would be utilized on approximately 408 acres and cable based logging systems would be utilized on the remaining acres. Proposed silvicultural harvest treatments would include shelterwood, as well as salvage trees damaged from insects and blowdown. Follow-up treatments could include machine piling and scarification, slash burning, broadcast burning, noxious weed spraying, hand planting tree seedlings and pre-commercial thinning. Harvest activities could begin during 2022. This timber sale is part of a program managing forested State Trust Land for revenue to support the Common Schools. The Department would like the public's input regarding the proposal to harvest timber on these parcels. Those interested should address written comments to: Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation attention: Jess Paoli, 177 State Lands Office Road, Libby, MT 59923, or E-mail at: You can telephone at: (406) 283-3529. Comments need to be received by 5:00 p.m. on September 13th, 2021. Published In The Western News August 13, 20, 27, September 3 & 10, 2021. MNAXLP