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IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR

Clinton COUNTY

EQUITY NO. EQCV043647

ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR

PUBLICATION



Clinton National Bank,
Plaintiff,



vs.


All known and unknown creditors of Jessica Marie Rannfeldt f/k/a Jessica M. Cook f/k/a Jessica M. Cook-Stearns f/k/a Jessica M. Keister, deceased, and all known and unknown persons claiming any right, title or interest in the subject property and all of their heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees and all beneficiaries of each and all of the named defendants; Spouse of Jessica Marie Rannfeldt; Timothy J. Keister; United States of America-Internal Revenue Service; State of Iowa-Department of Revenue and Finance; and Parties in Possession,
Defendants.


To the above-named Defendants:


You are notified there was on March 2, 2017 filed in the Office of the Clerk of the above-named Court a Foreclosure Petition and Petition to Quiet Title, which prays for foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of the Plaintiff on the property described herein and judgment in rem in the amount of $45,677.78 plus interest at the rate of 5.5000% per annum from July 1, 2016, such amount equaling $6.88 per day, the costs of the action including title costs of $225.00, and reasonable attorney fees and that said sums be declared a lien upon the following-described premises from June 17, 2003, located in Clinton County, Iowa, to-wit:



Lot Thirty-six (36) in Block Fifteen (15) in East Chancy Park in the City of Clinton, Iowa



that the mortgage on the above-described real estate be foreclosed, that a special execution issue for the sale of as much of the mortgaged premises as is necessary to satisfy the judgment. Said Petition also prays for the establishment of Plaintiff’s estate and title against the adverse claims of the Defendants in favor of the Plaintiff on the above-described real estate, and that each and all of the Defendants be barred and forever stopped from ever having, asserting or claiming any right, title or interest in or to the above-described real estate, or any part thereof adverse to the Plaintiff’s or the purchaser at Sheriff’s Sale’s title therein, established and confirmed, and for other relief as the Court may deem just and equitable. The attorney for the Plaintiff is Robert J. Douglas, Jr., whose address is The Highland Building, 4201 Westown Parkway, Suite 300, West Des Moines, Iowa 50266, Phone: (515) 288-2500, Facsimile: (515) 243-0654.



NOTICE


THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMPTION. THIS MEANS THAT THE SALE OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER ENTRY OF JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN DEMAND TO DELAY THE SALE. IF YOU FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, THE SALE WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL SIX MONTHS FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR UNTIL TWO MONTHS FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE OR IS YOUR RESIDENCE BUT NOT A ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING. YOU WILL HAVE NO RIGHT OF REDEMPTION AFTER THE SALE. THE PURCHASER AT THE SALE WILL BE ENTITLED TO IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY. YOU MAY PURCHASE AT THE SALE.


You must serve a motion or answer on or before the 9th day of May, 2017, and within a reasonable time thereafter, file your motion or answer, in the Iowa District Court for Clinton County, Iowa. You are notified that Clinton County District Court utilizes the Electronic Document Management System. You are directed to the Iowa Court Rules Chapter 16 for general rules and information on electronic filing and, in particular, Division VI regarding the protection of personal information in court filings. If you do not, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition.



If you require the assistance of auxiliary aids or services to participate in court because of a disability, immediately call your district ADA coordinator at 563-328-4145. (If you are hearing impaired, call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-735-2942.) Disability coordinators cannot provide legal advice.



Clerk of the Above Court,

Clinton County Courthouse

Clinton, Iowa
IMPORTANT

YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AT ONCE TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS.



Dates of second and third publication: April 11 & 18,. 2017.

Published: April 4, 11 & 18, 2017.



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IN THE IOWA

DISTRICT COURT

FOR CLINTON COUNTY

Probate No.

ESPRO18890

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF

APPOINTMENT OF

EXECUTOR, AND

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF H. WALTER ZIMMERMAN, Deceased.



To All Persons Interested in the Estate of H. Walter Zimmerman, Deceased, who died on or about the 2nd day of March, 2017:



You are hereby notified that on the 24th day of March, 2017, the last will and testament of H. Walter Zimmerman, deceased, bearing date of the 17th day of February, 2006, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Angela Kay Zimmerman was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter, be forever barred.



Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.



Dated this 27th day of March, 2017
Angela Kay Zimmerman
Executor of estate
1478 200th Street
Wheatland, IA 52777



Calla Parochetti

ICIS PIN No.: 0012346

Attorney for executor

Schoenthaler, Bartelt, Kahler & Reicks

123 N. Main St.,

Maquoketa, IA 52060

11 day of March, 2017

Published: March 4 & 11, 2017



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CITY OF CAMANCHE

CITY COUNCIL

MARCH 21, 2017


The City Council of the City of Camanche, Iowa met in regular session March 21, 2017 at 6:00 P.M. at Camanche City Hall. Present on roll call: Mayor Willis, presiding, and the following named council members: Metzger, Saxon, Varner, Lind and Wruck. Also present were City Attorney John Frey, City Administrator Andrew Kida, and department heads, Hilgendorf, Schutte, and Reid.


A moment of silence was observed. Mayor Willis led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Moved by Saxon, second by Varner to approve the agenda. On roll call – all ayes.


Mayor Willis presented the first Mayor’s Volunteer of the Year award to Judy Dell.


Andrea Rumler of Winkel, Parker & Foster, CPA PC presented the Auditor’s Report for 2016.


Moved by Varner, second by Saxon to approve the consent agenda which covered the following items: approve minutes from council meeting held March 7, 2017; approve Abstract 676 which includes the following:



ALLIANT ENERGY

DAMAGE TO GAS LINE-21ST ST 290.17

CAMANCHE WATER WORKS

1ST QTR WATER/SEWER BILLS 367.87

CENTER POINT LARGE PRINT

LARGE PRINT BOOKS 262.92

CLINTON HERALD

LEGAL PUBLICATIONS 497.40

CLINTON HERALD01

SUBSCRIPTION-CITY HALL
167.88

CLINTON PRINTING COMPANY

LETTERHEAD,NAME PL,FUEL TICKETS 165.00

CITY OF CLINTON

28E SEWER 24,000.00

CLINTON NATIONAL BANK

FED/FICA TAX 8,268.93

COLLECTION SERVICES CTR

GARNISHMENT 784.62

CULLIGAN

BOTTLED WATER 40.80

DEMCO INC

SUMMER READING SUPPLIES
366.91

DOLLAR GENERAL

GIFT CARD 200.00

EASTERN IA LIGHT & POWER

SECURITY LIGHTING 108.43

EMER MEDICAL PRODUCTS INC

TOURNIQUET,LANCETS,MASKS 330.38

GALE

BOOKS 113.56

GATEWAY DOOR COMPANY

TROLLEY KIT-FIRE,CABLES-PW 496.86

MARK HILGENDORF

COPAYMENTS 15.00

HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE

LED LIGHT,ALUMINUM,ROPE
228.05

IOWA ONE CALL

ONE CALL LOCATES 33.30

IA FIRE CHIEF'S ASSOC

ANNUAL DUES-SCHUTTE,MOORE
50.00

IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT

FIREARMS POLO SHIRT-R SCHMITZ 33.92

INGRAM BOOK COMPANY

BOOKS 661.36

IPERS

LATE FEE/INTEREST 44.39

J & C ENTERPRISES

MARCH COLLECTION 198.00

KWIK TRIP/KWIK STAR STORE

121.328-PUBLIC WORKS,
848.43

66.257-FIRE, 49.989-AMBULANCE, 179.589-POLICE

LECTRONICS INC

RADIO MAINT,CAMERAS
4,177.36

MASTERCARD

SEALS-7TH AVE LIFT 2,053.70

MEDIACOM

INTERNET 8.94

HEAT TEAM GEAR,POSTAGE,POWER STRIP,ID BADGES,MEALS,PHOTOS,DISPOSABLE LUNGS,WINTER FIRE SCHOOL

MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-CLIN

PHARMACEUTICALS FOR FEB 2017 65.00

MEREMA BROTHERS INC

BEARING TUBE,WHEEL-CEM MOWER 435.20

MICROMARKETING LLC

CD 79.99

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CO

STREET LIGHTING 3,365.66

MIDWEST BUSINESS PRODUCTS

COPIES-POLICE, CITY HALL
151.85

MUNICIPAL FIRE & POLICE

MUNICIPAL PENSN 7,339.19

DALE NISSEN

COPAYMENTS 10.00

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC

TAIL LIGHTS-ST DEPT TRAILER 12.78

PAULS DISCOUNT

117714-BATTERIES,P TOWELS
160.43

POSTMASTER

MAIL 1ST QTR WATER/SEWER BILLS 431.66

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC

MEDICAL OXYGEN 239.50

PREMIER LINEN/UNIFORM

9171-RUGS 190.74

QUALITY CONCRETE

151929-14TH AVE-RD REP-SEWER 303.00

SCHIMBERG CO

CURB BOX EXTENTIONS,REPAIR LID 1,209.49

KELLI SMITH

COPAYMENTS 10.00

SOUTHPARK PSYCHOLOGY LTD

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREEN-REID 350.00

TEAM TWO INC

BILLING FOR FEBRUARY 2017
1,080.18

BETH THILMANY-BLUMER

INK CARTRIDGES 57.65

TREASURER STATE OF IOWA

SALES TAX 364.16

TREAT AMERICA

FIREARMS INST SCHOOL-R SCHMITZ 81.80

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERV

4 BOXES STAMPED ENVELOPES 1,187.75

UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY

YARD METER FOR DETERMANNS 864.23

PAUL VARNER

MILEAGE-SOLID WASTE AGENCY 8.03

VERTEX CHEMICAL COMPANY

95 GALLONS HYPOCHLORITE
140.60

WINKELPARKER & FOSTER

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-AUDIT 2,650.00

WITT'S SMALL ENGINE

KIT,HOSE FOR ST DEPT POLE SAW 32.55

MICHAEL YACKSHAW

COPAYS FOR PHYSICAL 4.85

DARYL YODER

COPAYMENT 5.00

1ST GATEWAY CREDIT UNION

1ST GATEWAY CU 904.00

PREMIER PARTS INC

764679-LIQUID FOR CEM TIRES 47.26

BWC EXCAVATING

JET SEWER ON 14TH PLACE
140.58

KELTEK INCORPORATED

REPLACEMENT ANTENNA
102.11

CENTURYLINK

TELEPHONE EXPENSE 525.47

OPENEDGE

CREDIT CARD FEES 183.38

FLOWERS ON 5TH

FLOWERS-ROWE,SOWLE FUNERALS 100.00

WALMART GIFT CARD

GIFT CARD 200.00

XEROX CORPORATION

COPIER MAINTENANCE 76.54

PLATINUM SMART INC.

PIS17-0367-SUPPORT 1,329.60

MODERN MARKETING

SHIELD STICKERS-POLICE
256.48

CONTINUOUS TOUCH, LLC

SIP TRUNKING 146.63

TRI-CITY ELECTRIC CO.

CHANGE PASSCODE,DIRECTORY 167.00

PLATINUM LEASING

LEASE FOR SERVER AND PHONE 1,289.00

LINDA RUNGE

COPAYMENTS 306.01

CASEY'S GENERAL STORES

191.36 GALLONS-PUBLIC WORKS 583.96

FREY, HAUFE & CURRENT PLC

LEGAL SERVICES-FEBRUARY 2016 3,168.83

KEVIN KING

REIMBURSE PRESCRIPTION
150.00

SPARKLEAN

CLEAN COMM CTR-2/14/2017
80.00

HSA JINDRICH

HSA- EMPLOYEE 40.00

COLIN REID

RAIN COAT 124.99

HSA ALDERMAN

HSA- EMPLOYEE 25.00

HSA HILGENDORF

HSA- EMPLOYEE 50.00

HSA KIDA

HSA- EMPLOYEE 75.00

HSA LEU

HSA- EMPLOYEE 15.00

HSA LODGE

HSA- EMPLOYEE 40.00

HSA NISSEN

HSA- EMPLOYEE 25.00

HSA MOORE

HSA- EMPLOYEE 100.00

HSA REID

HSA- EMPLOYEE 100.00

HSA SCHMITZ

HSA- EMPLOYEE 25.00

HSA SCHUTTE

HSA- EMPLOYEE 75.00

HSA SOWLE

HSA- EMPLOYEE 50.00

HSA THILMANY-BLUMER

HSA- EMPLOYEE 25.00

HSA WEINSCHENK

HSA- EMPLOYEE 75.00

HSA YACKSHAW

HSA- EMPLOYEE 20.00

HSA YODER

HSA- EMPLOYEE 500.00

HSA SMITH

HSA- EMPLOYEE 20.00

IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY

STATE FIRE SCHOOL 70.00

BILLION AUTO

RELAY FOR PICKUP #29
45.98

RWB

MVD 2017-DAVE SCHUTTE
350.00

DEFENSIVE EDGE

RIFLE ARMORER SCHOOL-SCHMITZ 395.00

PAUL WILLIS

MILEAGE-CHAPLAIN CONFERENCE 310.21

PAYROLL CHECKS

PAYROLL CHECKS ON 03/10/2017 28,523.06



CLAIMS TOTAL: 106791.15


GENERAL FUND

58,752.51
LIBRARY FUND

4,760.64
PARKS FUND

1,072.47
CEMETERY FUND

1,186.17
ROAD USE FUND

5,675.62
COMM CTR/STORAGE BLDG FUND

360.00
WATER UTILITY FUND

6,231.86
SEWER UTILITY FUND

28,442.29


Accept City Clerk/Treasurer’s Report for February 2017 with the following receipts: General - $72,915.26, Library $11,098.07, Parks - $8004.16, Cemetery $8,210.92, Road Use $51,927.72, Employee Benefit $1,039.78, Police & Fire Pension $1,770.43, Perpetual Care $400.00, Debt Service $3,968.21, Anamosa Road/21st St $32.47, Community Center / Storage Building $15.00, Water Utility $3,751.79, Sewer $5,234.83, Garbage$3,103.08 for a total of $171,471.72; Receive, accept and place on file the minutes of the Park and Rec. meeting held January 3, 2017; Approve the resignation of Frank Grage from the Board of Adjustments. On roll call – all ayes.


Donation to Iowa Mississippi River Parkway Commission, Inc. – Council had tabled the request from the MRPC for $500 to discover if a previous donation had been made. It was reported that the City of Camanche had not previously given to this organization. Motion by Lind, second by Varner to approve $500 to the Mississippi River Parkway Commission, Inc. On roll call – all ayes.


Grant Reciprocal Easements on Old City Hall Property – Kida noted that Lot 6 on the site of old city hall has never been recorded in abstract as belonging to the City of Camanche. The abstract shows the ownership still in the name of the Camanche School District. Kida had contacted Tom Parker at the school district. Mr. Parker indicated that they would consult their attorney and would be willing to concede ownership to the City. Frey indicated that the parties seeking the reciprocal easement would sign the easements once they arrive back in town. Frey recommended amending the resolution to include the City obtaining title to Lot 6 from the Camanche School District. Motion by Varner, second by Lind to grant reciprocal easements pending the Camanche School District transferring title of Lot 6 to the City of Camanche. On roll call – all ayes.


Resolution Directing the Sale of Public Property to Cross Trails Properties – Discussion on amending the resolution directing the sale of Old City Hall to include the awarding of Lot 6 title to the City.


Motion by Saxon, second by Varner to amend the Resolution Directing the Sale of Public Property to Cross Trail Properties. On roll call – all ayes.


Reading of the resolution by Mayor Willis. Frey asked the language include “Be it further resolved that the sale of the property be subject to the granting of reciprocal easements and the City acquiring title of Lot 6 from the Camanche Community School District”.


Motion by Saxon to approve the sale of old city hall subject to the granting of easements as amended, second by Varner. On roll call – all ayes.


Clinton County Multi-Jurisdictional Local Hazard Mitigation Plan – A county wide hazard mitigation plan is adopted concerning natural hazards. Resolution read. With no further discussion, motion by Lind, second by Saxon to adopt resolution. On roll call – all ayes.


FYE16 Audit Report – The audit report as presented by Winkel, Parker & Foster, CPA PC.


Motion by Lind, second by Saxon to accept the FYE16 audit. On roll call – all ayes.


STP Grant Applications for 9th Street and 9th Avenue – Kida presented 2 grant requests for projects to include 9th Avenue and 9th Street. Both projects are available for funding through ECIA at an 80/20 match. The funding for these projects is available in 2021.


Motion by Saxon, second by Lind to approve both grant requests. On roll call – all ayes.


Appoint Evan Weller to the Board of Adjustments – A vacancy was created by the resignation of Frank Grage. Evan Weller applied for the vacancy.


Motion by Lind, second by Varner to appoint Evan Weller to the Board of Adjustments. On roll call – all ayes.


City Attorney Frey noted that the position of City Clerk is officially no longer in the Bargaining Unit.


City Administrator Kida commented that the notes for the Employee Handbook had been forwarded to the committee members via email and they should review it and respond.


No communication from the City Engineer, Mayor, Council Members, Police, or Fire.


Mark Hilgendorf presented projects for road maintenance. Sections included 7th avenue from 7th street to 5th street at a price of $41,942.25, 7th street between 6th avenue and 7th avenue $34,803.50, 3rd street at the entrance to the marina$3,456.50, and the 4700 block of West 3rd street just before 49th avenue to be shared cost with Clinton County $8,909 cost to the City, and 1400 block of 5th street between 14th Ave and going west app. 280 feet, West bound lane only $2,184. Estimates were obtained from Determann Asphalt. Two of the projects were approved last year but Determann ran out of time. Kida stated that there was enough road use money left to complete these projects. Citizen Gary Tucker injected that the only reason to do the Marina was because it was in front of a City employee’s house. It was pointed out that the cost of that project is $3,456.50 and it is the access road for the Marina, and is City Right of Way. It is heavy traffic in recreational season. Kida commented that the accusations of personal preference were unacceptable. Wruck brought up the fact that 15th place by his residence was chip sealed. Wruck had concerns that we chip seal areas in town but are going to black top a virtual dead end would be hard to justify. Saxon noted that there are different ways to define heavy use and that there are a lot of boats that utilize the access. Kida added that he and Hilgendorf would be working this summer on creating an inventory of streets with condition of the materials.


Anthony Wynkoop asked about the need for him to have a permit for the work on his property at 15-7 4th Avenue. He indicated that he never got a call back concerning his request for proof that he needed a permit to perform the work on his property. Kida stated that Wynkoop asked for a letter and did not request a return phone call. Wynkoop insisted that he did not say to anyone that he was putting in a patio, that he is extending his driveway. Kida stated that he needed a permit for either and that was indicated in the letter. Kida also stated that if the insistence was that the work is landscaping and there were then vehicles parked on the new fixture, the Wynkoop would be ordered to abate the fixture. Wynkoop insisted that he had recordings of the conversations and asked if Kida would like to hear them. Kida deferred to the Chief of Police who stated that this was not the format. Mayor Willis agreed. Kida invited Wynkoop to discuss the issue further.


At 7:04 P.M. the Mayor adjourned the council meeting.


Trevor Willis
Mayor

Andrew Kida

City Administrator
Published: April 4, 2017
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