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Archives for November 2013

Council Rejects Mayor Sipes’ Appointment of Mayor Pro-tem

In a short, 8-minute session Thursday evening, Nov. 21, members of the Pana City Council rejected the appointment of Second Ward Alderman Glenn Schneider as Mayor Pro-tem for two days this week.

Pana Mayor Steve Sipes, who will be away from the city today, Monday, Nov. 25, and Tuesday, Nov. 26, suggested appointing Schneider to act in his place during his absence. Fourth Ward Alderman Debbie Dust made the motion, but it died for a lack of a second.

“You’re not going to fight me on this, are you?,” Sipes questioned the Council.

First Ward Alderman Raymond “Butch” Hocq then nominated Second Ward Alderman Bill Pierce – who was absent from the meeting – to be acting mayor.

The vote for Pierce was 4-2 in favor with Schneider and Dust voting “no.” The affirmative votes came from Hocq, Lebon, Third Ward Alderman Ron Miles and Fourth Ward Alderman Wayne Richter. First Ward Alderman Tim Eddy was absent.

Mayor Sipes informed the Council the city needed to make an emergency purchase for the water treatment plant. He said an ammonia feeder had quite working and needed to be replaced.

The new feeder, according to City Clerk Terry Klein, cost just over $1,000.

 

Santa Arrives In Pana Saturday Night

He’s coming to town – and Rudolph will need his bright red nose as Santa arrives in Pana on Saturday night, Nov. 30, in the Pana Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade.

This is the first-ever evening Christmas Parade.

The parade will step off at 5:00 p.m. Saturday from the corner of First and Locust street. Line-up will begin at 4:30 p.m. The Chamber asks people remove their cars off of Locust St. between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m.

The theme for the parade will be, “Light the Way for Santa.”

A free movie for children will start at 3:00 p.m., in the Pana Roseland Theater.

Following Santa’s arrival in the parade, the Santa House, located in Peoples Bank and Trust’s Memorial Park at Third and Locust, will be open for visits.

PAWS will be selling hot cocoa and coffee during the evening.

For more information, call the Chamber office, 562-4240.

 

PN-P To Close For Holiday

The Pana News-Palladium will close on Wednesday, Nov. 27, for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

The office is closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 28 and 29.

Any news or advertising for the Monday, Dec. 2, newspaper must be received by 12:00 noon, Wednesday for publication in that newspaper.

There is no Thursday, Nov. 28, edition of the newspaper. Today’s is a double issue.

 

Help With Christmas Baskets

The Pana Christmas Basket Committee has started preparation for the food basket distribution this season. Again, this would not be possible without the generous support of the community.

Donations of cash, canned goods and other non-perishable food items is appreciated.

With donations in the past, the community has enabled the committee to assist over 250 area families during  the Christmas season.

Send donations to Pana Christmas Basket Committee, P.O. Box 372, Pana, IL 62557; or drop off at Pana News-Palladium, First National Bank or Peoples Bank & Trust.

“Thank you in advance for your generosity and best regards for a happy holiday season,” said co-chairman of the drive, Ron Sims.

 

 

Rochester, Breese Undefeated In Pana Girls Tournament

The Rochester Rockets and the Breese Central Cougars carry the only teams in the fourth annual Pana Girls Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament with unblemished records. Both teams are 3-0 going into the final weekend of the tournament on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29 and 30.

Each team will play teams with 2-1 records in the semi-final round on Friday. Rochester will take on Central A & M in an early 10:30 a.m. contest. The game time was moved up due to the Rockets football team playing that evening in the Class 5A IHSA championship football game at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.

The other semi-final is a real cat-fight with the Cougars battling the Pana Panthers at 6:00 p.m.

The winners of these games go for the title on Saturday night at 7:45 p.m.

Pana got off to a good start in the tournament with a 64-22 shellacking of Mt. Pulaski on Thursday, Nov. 21.

Pana continued its winning ways in the morning session of Saturday, Nov. 23, with a 70-42 win over Decatur St. Teresa.

In the evening session on Saturday, the Panthers stumbled against Rochester and fell, 58-37.

Pana carries a 2-2 record into the semi-final game on Saturday.

Following is the schedule of games remaining for the tournament.

Friday, Nov. 29

Semi-Finals

Game 4: 10:30 a.m. – Rochester (3-0) vs. Central A & M (2-1)

Game 1: 2:30 p.m. – St. Teresa (1-2) vs. Athens (0-3)

Game 2: 4:15 p.m. – Mt. Pulaski (0-3) vs. Mattoon (1-2)

Game 3: 7:45 p.m. – Pana (2-1) vs. Breese Central (3-0)

 

Saturday, Nov. 30

Finals

Game 5: 2:30 p.m. – Loser Game 1  vs. Loser Game 2 (7th Place)

Game 18: 4:15 – Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2 (5th Place)

Game 19: 6:00 – Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4 (3rd Place)

Game 20: 7:45 – Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4 (Championship)

 

These are the results from the tournament’s first four sessions:

Thursday, Nov. 21

Game 1: Rochester 64, Decatur St. Teresa 16

Game 2: Pana 64, Mt. Pulaski 22

 

Friday, Nov. 22

Game 3: Breese Central 48, Mattoon 29

Game 4: Central A & M 61, Athens 47

 

Saturday, Nov. 23

Game 5: Rochester 66, Mt. Pulaski 7

Game 6: Pana 70, St. Teresa 42

Game 7: Central A & M 48, Mattoon 44

Game 8: Breese 75, Athens 34

 

Game 9: St. Teresa 66, Mt. Pulaski 40

Game 10: Mattoon 50, Athens 47

Game 11: Breese 71, Central A & M 39

Game 12: Rochester 58, Pana 37.

 

Junior High Boys Split Games

The Pana Junior High School boys basketball teams split their games with Meridian on Tuesday, Nov. 19.

The seventh grade came away with a 23-20 win, but the eighth grade fell, 35-31. Pana got off to an 8-4 first quarter lead, found themselves down at halftime by a point, 12-11. In the second half, Pana out-scored the hosts, 12-8, to claim the win.

Jack Armstrong led Pana with 11 points while  Brady Fitzpatrick added 5. Brevin Blackwell scored 3 points while Cody Klein and Tanner Jacobs each had 2 points.

8th Grade–

Meridian took a 12-5 first quarter lead and the eighth grade Panthers just couldn’t catch up the rest of the way.

Pana was behind, 17-13, at halftime and got to within 2, 27-25, going into the fourth quarter. But Meridian was able to out-score the visitors, 10-8 in the final 6 minutes to secure the win.

Connor Voudrie had 13 points for the Panthers and Jacob Beeson added 7 points. Jack Clark scored 6 and Daniel Duduit added 5 points.

 

Vs. Taylorville–

It was not a good night for the Panthers as Taylorville came to town on Thursday, Nov. 21. The seventh grade lost, 68-14, and the eighth fell, 53-27.

In the seventh grade game. Taylorville got off to a 34-6 first quarter lead and never looked back.

Scoring for Pana was Cody Klein with 6 points and Jack Armstrong added 4. Bryce Radford and Dalton Haddock each scored 2 points.

The seventh grade is 4-5.

In the eighth grade game, it was a manageable  22-14 deficit for the Panthers, but Taylorville went on a 27-point scoring binge in the third quarter to put the game out of reach.

Jacob Beeson got 10 points and  Jack Clark added 9. Braxton Marston added 4 with Coltin Ashley and Connor Voudrie each scoring 2 points.

The eighth grade is 2-4.

Pana has two games this week. This evening, Monday, Nov. 25, they are at Nokomis. On Tuesday, Nov. 26, the boys take on Litchfield in the first Junior Mid-State Conference game of the season hosting Litchfield. Seventh grade action will start each night at 6:00 p.m.

 

Sacred Heart Wraps Up Regular Season

Sacred Heart School in Pana wrapped up the regular season in junior high girls basketball on Thursday, Nov. 21.

The 8th grade finished with a 15-2 mark as they traveled to Vandalia and picked up a 36-2 win.

Vandalia got both points from the free throw line as they went 2-for-8.

Claire Holthaus had 12 points in the win and Brenna Dameris added 9. Danielle Epley got 7 points and Kaylee Holland had 5 points. Hannah LeDuc scored 2 and Shania Schoonover got a free throw.

It was 11-1, St. Pat’s after a quarter and at halftime, they led 28-1.

There was no report on the seventh grade game.

Hosting Sangamon Valley on Monday, Nov. 18, the eighth grade trailed 10-8 at halftime, then blanked the visitors in the third quarter and held in the fourth frame for a 20-18 win.

Danielle Epley scored 9 points to lead St. Pat’s and Brenna Dameris had 4. Claire Holthaus added 3 points and Shania Schoonover and Kaylee Holland each had 2 points.

The game was tied 2-2 after a period and Sangamon Valley had a 10-8 lead going into the third quarter. St. Pat’s scored 8 unanswered points in the third quarter while holding Sangamon Valley scoreless to take a 14-10 lead. Sangamon Valley out-scored Sacred Heart 8-6 in the last period. Each team had a 3- and 2-point basket in the frame. The difference was at the line where St. Pat’s was 1-of-6 while Sangamon Valley was 4-of-5.

The seventh grade had little trouble with Sangamon Valley as they raced out to a 13-1 lead after one period and went on to cruise, 37-4.

Kaylee Holland and Shania Schoonover led the way with 8 points apiece. Jeannine Swenny added 5 points and Lizzie Epley dropped in 4. Josie Pauley and Emily Kuhn each scored 2 points.

Hillsboro was the guest on Tuesday, Nov. 19, for Eighth Grade Night. It was the final regular season game for Sacred Heart eighth grade team members Claire Holthaus, Danielle Epley, Brenna Dameris and Madolyn Hackler. They did not disappoint the home crowd as they took the game, 22-18.

Danielle Epley led the way with 12 points. She had all St. Pat’s free throw attempts in the game and went 4-for-6. Brenna Dameris had 4 points and Claire Holthaus, Madolyn Hackler and Shania Schoonover each scored 2 points.

St. Pat’s had a 4-2 lead after a period and it was 13-6 at halftime. St. Pat’s lead was 20-14 entering the fourth quarter.

The seventh grade stumbled in their game with Hillsboro, 31-24. The Dragons jumped out to a 10-2 lead and they trailed, 17-11, at halftime. St. Pat’s got just 2 points in the third period and they trailed, 25-13.

Abby Copley led the way with 8 points, followed by Shania Schoonover with 7. Kaylee Holland chipped in with 4 points while Emily Kuhn and Josie Pauley scored 3 and 2 points, respectively.

Late Game–

In a game which was not reported at the time, the eighth grade girls beat Sorento at Tower Hill on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 47-15.

St. Pat’s was led by Brenna Dameris and Danielle Epley who each poured in 16 points. Claire Holthaus added 9 with Madolyn Hackler getting 4 points. Kaylee Holland scored 2 points.

Sacred Heart took a 10-6 first quarter lead, then expanded it to 21-8 at halftime. It was 36-11, St. Pat’s, entering the fourth quarter.

Regionals–

It will be the number one seed Pana St. Pat’s facing Sorento tonight, Monday, Nov. 25, in the semi-finals of the IESA Class 7-1A Ramsey Regional in the Ramsey High School gym at 6:00 p.m. The winner advances to the championship game on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 6:30 p.m., also in the RHS gym.

Sorento got to the semi-finals with a 30-6 win Saturday, Nov. 23, over Mulberry Grove.

In the other regional semi-final tonight, number 2 Pocahontas takes on third seed and host Ramsey at 7:15 p.m. with the winner advancing to the championship.

The Ramsey Regional winner will play in the Sectional contest to be hosted by Pana Sacred Heart on Wednesday, Dec. 4, in the Tower Hill Jefferson Middle School gym at  6:00 p.m.

Eighth grade regionals for St. Pat’s begins next week at Mulberry Grove.

 

Out in Left Field: November 25, 2013

OILF-294x300Really? Are you kidding me!?

A 26-26 tie!?!?

First of all, the Vikings should have never got in that position. I think they had a 20-7 lead or something like that.

What is this?  The NFC East?

Look at the NFC North – the Bears and Lions tied for the lead, 5-5. Then come the Packers, 5-4-1.

It was so bad, my nephew, the Packers fan, Sam, weren’t sure who should call who to rub it in. . . .

The only good thing is, we don’t have to play each other again this season.

Hope 2014 is a better year – for the Vikings!

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The fourth annual Pana Girls Thanksgiving Holiday Basketball Tournament enters its final weekend on Friday and Saturday.

Seems like there’s been the “problem” of having to rearrange the schedule because the Rochester Rockets are in the finals of the IHSA Football play-offs.

Nice problem for Rochester to have.

Here’s hoping some year Pana has the same problem. . . .

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We were on the road on Saturday, so I had to listen to the Illini win at Purdue. What a wild and crazy game.

It sounded more like a Junior Football League game, but I won’t call it that – it would be an insult to the JFL players.

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We certainly hope your Thanksgiving is a happy one and we look forward to seeing you back here next Monday.

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See you next week!

 

Obituaries: November 25, 2013

Virginia ‘Ginny’ Bennett

Virginia Pauline “Ginny” Bennett, 79, of Shelbyville, died Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013 in her residence. McCracken-Dean Funeral Home, Pana, in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be sent to www.mdfh.com.

 

Dena Campo

Dena Campo, 60, of Rockton, died at 9:05 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013 in her home surrounded by her family. Condolences may be sent to www.mccorklefuneralhome.com.

Legal Notices: November 25, 2013

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

2013 Real Estate Publication List

For Pana (11) Township

The following is the listing of all taxable property for which changes have been made.  Assessments of property, other than farm land and coal, are required by law to be assessed at 33 1/3% of fair market value. The 3-year average median level of assessment based on sales of non-farm property compared to the prior year’s assessed value for the years of  2010,  2011, and 2012 is 34.12%.  A 0.97685 factor will be applied to all non-farm land and buildings. You may check the accuracy of your assessment by dividing your assessment by the median level of assessment.  If the resulting value is greater than the estimated fair cash value of your property, you may be over-assessed.  Farm land assessments will be increased 10% by a 1.10 factor to bring them up to the State certified values for the various productivity indices of the different soil types.  Property owners in these townships may file an appeal on their assessment to the Christian County Board of Review by filling out a complaint form in the Supervisor of Assessments office within 30 days of the date of this publication. Property information is available through the Supervisor of Assessments page on the county website located at ChristianCountyIL.com. The address of the Supervisor of Assessments office is 101 S Main, Taylorville, IL, 62568, and the phone number is 217-824-5900. The assessment, adjusted by applicable exemptions, is multiplied by your local tax rate resulting in the amount of property taxes. Available property tax exemptions include: Disabled Veteran; Returning Veteran; Disabled Person (Class 2 only); Senior Citizen Homestead (65 years-of-age or older); Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze ($55,000 limit on total household income); Natural Disaster Homestead; General Homestead (owner-occupied); and Homestead improvement.

Parcel Number Owner Name Total Assessed

11-20-26-200-001-00 GOLDMINE FARMS INC 87,913

11-20-29-200-003-05 BEYERS JOE 74,381

11-20-35-400-002-00 METSKER DON E & MARGARET S CO-TRUST 7,609

11-20-35-400-002-01 HANDEGAN GERALD D JR & NANCY M 6,445

11-20-36-300-002-00 DOTY REX A 14,273

11-25-02-300-003-00 BEYERS JOSEPH W 32,292

11-25-09-100-001-00 L&P FAMILY FARM PARTNERSHIP 115,162

11-25-10-300-001-00 AMEREN CIPS 889,163

11-25-12-750-001-00 HALEY OIL CO INC 667

11-25-12-750-001-01 POTSCH RONALD A 539

11-25-12-750-001-02 HORTON DONALD R & MARTY 4,121

11-25-12-750-001-03 BAREFOOT MINERALS 727

11-25-12-750-002-00 PINKSTON JOHN R & MARY E 1,231

11-25-14-301-013-00 FRISINA BIAGIO 8,350

11-25-14-400-001-03 DUDRA JOSEPH A & MARY J 23,413

11-25-15-200-001-01 FLEMING JAMES F DVM 5,030

11-25-15-200-001-03 PJRM LLC 827

11-25-15-304-005-00 OHL DOUGLAS M 6,456

11-25-15-305-002-00 STEWART JERALD W 1,560

11-25-15-319-002-00 MALISIA MICHAEL J & BRANDI L 23,726

11-25-15-407-007-00 ROEDL VELMA A 3,033

11-25-16-104-007-00 RUSSELL MELVIN JAMES 4,140

11-25-16-203-012-00 MCGLAUCHLEN ROBERT W & DONNA J 25,470

11-25-16-314-003-00 KEAL DEVELOPMENT LLC 87,036

11-25-16-316-010-00 KARBACH TIMMY SCOTT & JEANNIE 24,216

11-25-16-319-008-00 MOORE ROBERT 6,297

11-25-16-327-003-00 SIMS M LYLE & E LORENE 35,960

11-25-16-330-001-00 HUNTER RODNEY D & TAMMY L 24,126

11-25-16-402-002-00 SLIGER JAMES C & RENEE M 34,007

11-25-16-407-002-00 WARD LESTER M & LUCINDA R 3,813

11-25-16-410-005-00 SHELITE TAMMY S 19,127

11-25-16-412-011-00 KRIES JAMES C 8,186

11-25-16-415-007-00 BEESON JORDAN & TARA L 14,617

11-25-16-417-001-01 SAATHOFF JUSTIN W & CRYSTAL M 26,667

11-25-16-418-004-00 COLEMAN JOE 15,543

11-25-16-431-005-00 KOONTZ LEWIS E & DONNA J 1,830

11-25-17-200-007-02 NEXUS CORP 369,296

11-25-17-200-007-03 NEXUS CORP 30,644

11-25-17-400-013-00 LAMARCHE JAMES J SR & ERICA L 38,233

11-25-20-400-003-00 SCHLOZ CONRAD E 31,271

11-25-21-102-001-00 COLEMAN JOE 5,273

11-25-21-102-008-00 AIR CONDITIONED ROSES INC 1,622

11-25-21-105-005-00 BRUNS GARY D & BRENDA 16,707

11-25-21-112-003-00 POLLMAN TYLER D & JESSICA C 37,380

11-25-21-118-007-00 MILES RONALD G & KATHERINE B 16,024

11-25-21-206-013-00 OLSON KELVIN L 17,900

11-25-21-211-005-00 EVRLEY KENNETH J & BRENDA J 15,097

11-25-21-211-009-00 COTHERN MARY 31,494

11-25-21-212-001-00 WEDDLE TIMOTHY P 7,983

11-25-21-212-001-01 PRESNELL CAROL & JACK D 14,193

11-25-21-212-002-00 WEDDLE TIMOTHY P 1,747

11-25-21-216-007-00 GINGER RICKIE R JR & MARY ELIZABETH 22,571

11-25-21-220-005-00 GROTTS JAMES N & SHARON M 9,437

11-25-21-221-007-00 BROUX EDWARD J 1,750

11-25-21-225-006-00 AOD MANAGEMENT INC 7,800

11-25-21-226-001-00 CROSBY GERALD E 14,873

11-25-21-227-008-00 CHERRY GREGORY B & KAREN L 3,376

11-25-21-228-006-00 C & R AMUSEMENT 8,261

11-25-21-301-002-00 STALETS PAUL J & MARILYN J 5,667

11-25-21-301-003-00 STALETS PAUL J & MARILYN J 43,320

11-25-21-413-015-00 HUBBARTT DALLAS A 29,903

11-25-21-416-008-00 SPARKS STEVE D & ADELLA A 9,287

11-25-22-104-013-00 DEAN THOMAS K & MAYOLA R 1,923

11-25-22-104-014-00 DEAN THOMAS K & MAYOLA R 2,687

11-25-22-108-008-00 ANDERSON PHILLIP W & JOYCE E 11,596

11-25-22-111-007-00 FARR JOYCE M 7,804

11-25-22-114-012-00 ROCHKES LAURENCE WADE 14,519

11-25-22-115-011-00 COX JAMIE S 17,243

11-25-22-116-007-00 RUTHERFORD ANGELA M & JOHN W 36,596

11-25-22-119-011-00 WILCHER NELSON E & WANDA J 20,550

11-25-22-122-004-00 STARK DAVID T 4,210

11-25-22-125-002-00 WILLIAMS CHRIS 3,176

11-25-22-125-009-00 BORDERS RICHARD L & DONNA C 4,390

11-25-22-128-006-00 DURBIN CRYSTAL M 18,124

11-25-22-130-009-00 KING ROBERT L 13,083

11-25-22-140-010-00 MERRIFIELD TODD N & ANGIE D 12,193

11-25-22-201-005-00 CARLOCK RALPH E & VERA NADINE 11,213

11-25-22-204-013-00 KARBACH JOHN 18,356

11-25-22-205-007-00 HICKS TERRY 1,503

11-25-22-208-001-00 KNEAREM DELORES R 17,270

11-25-22-208-002-00 STRONG P SCOTT 7,807

11-25-22-208-011-00 GREEN WILLIAM & ELAINE 4,774

11-25-22-209-031-00 SMITH KEVIN R & DONNA L 19,563

11-25-22-219-010-00 NIEHART DONALD D 4,667

11-25-22-230-005-00 MYERS DALE J 28,576

11-25-22-305-020-00 WEST JOHN J & JACOB L ASHCRAFT & 2,887

11-25-22-306-020-00 HOLTHAUS MICHAEL G & BETTY A 48,320

11-25-22-311-004-00 SPRACKLEN KENNETH E & CAROL J 12,823

11-25-22-312-013-00 BRAYE KAREN & KENNETH TRUSTEE 16,113

11-25-22-400-002-00 HATTAWAY MAX C & JANET L 11,433

11-25-22-402-010-01 CROWE MARK A & SANDRA J 48,324

11-25-22-406-010-00 TEMMEN BETTY PALMER 5,827

11-25-22-409-003-00 CASNER TIMOTHY A & KATRINA J 56,544

11-25-24-100-010-00 MIZEUR JAMES D 64,863

11-25-24-201-008-00 RADFORD RANDY & VIVI 36,190

11-25-24-401-012-00 RUDIN LYNN K 10,346

11-25-24-401-019-00 LEBON FERDINAND L 2,003

11-25-28-400-001-04 COLEMAN JOE 1,250

11-25-29-200-002-03 COLEMAN JOE M & ANNETTE C 42,865

11-25-32-400-002-00 MCMILLEN AVO & TERRY L 8,555

11-25-32-400-002-01 VANDENBERGH RYAN J 22,015

11-25-34-200-001-02 HOLTHAUS MICHAEL H & 76,950

11-25-34-300-005-02 SCHOONOVER DARREN P 8,507

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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

2013 Real Estate Publication List For

Locust (07) and Rosamond (14) Townships

 

The following is the listing of all taxable property for which changes have been made.  Assessments of property, other than farm land and coal, are required by law to be assessed at 33 1/3% of fair market value. The 3-year average median level of assessment based on sales of non-farm property compared to the prior year’s assessed value for the years of  2010,  2011, and 2012 is 33.08%.  A 1.00 factor will be applied to all non-farm land and buildings. You may check the accuracy of your assessment by dividing your assessment by the median level of assessment.  If the resulting value is greater than the estimated fair cash value of your property, you may be over-assessed.  Farm land assessments will be increased 10% by a 1.10 factor to bring them up to the State certified values for the various productivity indices of the different soil types.  Property owners in these townships may file an appeal on their assessment to the Christian County Board of Review by filling out a complaint form in the Supervisor of Assessments office within 30 days of the date of this publication. Property information is available through the Supervisor of Assessments page on the county website located at ChristianCountyIL.com. The address of the Supervisor of Assessments office is 101 S Main, Taylorville, IL, 62568, and the phone number is 217-824-5900. The assessment, adjusted by applicable exemptions, is multiplied by your local tax rate resulting in the amount of property taxes. Available property tax exemptions include: Disabled Veteran; Returning Veteran; Disabled Person (Class 2 only); Senior Citizen Homestead (65 years-of-age or older); Senior Citizen Assessment Freeze ($55,000 limit on total household income); Natural Disaster Homestead; General Homestead (owner-occupied); and Homestead improvement.

 

Parcel Number Owner Name Total Assessed

07-19-01-300-005-00 HEBERT JOHN M & PATSY L 65,393

07-19-03-400-001-01 ENGLERT NORMA 9,531

07-19-03-400-001-03 YOUNG ROGER D 9,208

07-19-06-105-012-00 SCHAEFER MARY ELIZABETH 48,990

07-19-06-106-004-00 ADCOCK REBECCA S 50,476

07-19-06-106-007-00 DIVELY WILLIAM R & MARY JO 34,893

07-19-06-300-002-00 HOEHN DONALD D & PAMELA J 34,547

07-19-08-300-004-00 GRANT LAWRENCE J 69,612

07-19-11-100-003-00 WILLIAMS MICHAEL B 51,543

07-19-11-300-002-02 DORR HERMAN 13,939

07-19-15-301-002-00 HARDEN TODD 18,460

07-19-15-302-001-00 FOSTER SALLY A 35,820

07-19-15-302-012-00 BERTOLDO LEE ERIC & JENNIFER 19,656

07-19-15-303-017-00 MARTIN MICHAEL & ANGELA D 35,651

07-19-16-401-005-00 MIZEUR PAUL D & JENNI L 16,387

07-19-16-402-003-00 BLOMQUIST MATTHEW 23,263

07-19-16-402-006-00 BROOKENS STEVEN & WENDY 7,180

07-19-16-406-001-00 DUNAWAY ROBERT H & ALMA P 25,156

07-19-16-408-003-00 MIZEUR RICHARD L 19,293

07-19-22-100-001-00 BUFFETT HOWARD G 32,022

07-19-23-300-002-01 SCHAFER AARON M & SUZANNE 44,161

07-19-26-400-002-01 MICKEY KEVIN P & BARBARA A 50,353

07-19-30-400-004-00 MCWARD DONALD C 5,495

07-19-30-400-004-01 MCWARD DEAN L & VENISE M 5,996

07-19-36-200-001-00 PITCHFORD FARMS L P 100,760

14-24-02-100-001-00 SMITH LARRY E & JO LAIN 92,737

14-24-09-200-001-00 OSBORN PENNY J & RICHARD E 53,164

14-24-17-400-001-00 SPRINKLE LARRY W & SHARON 13,669

14-24-22-300-003-00 DARNELL KENNETH 35,570

14-24-23-412-003-01 TALLEY SHERRY 14,133

14-24-23-417-001-00 GRIFFITH RONALD L & ROSE ANN & 3,483

14-24-34-200-001-01 GLEESPEN JOSEPH A & LUCY A TRUSTEES 68,319

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CHRISTIAN COUNTY – TAYLORVILLE, ILLINOIS 

 

NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC 

PLAINTIFF 

 

VS 

 

DAVID BRADLEY; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS ; 

DEFENDANTS 

 

12 CH 00086 

 

404 SOUTH WALNUT STREET, PANA, IL 62557

 

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE UNDER ILLINOIS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE ACT

 

* * * THIS DOCUMENT IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT ON A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE * * *

 

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered by said Court in the above entitled cause on August 29, 2013, CHRISTIAN COUNTY SHERIFF in CHRISTIAN County, Illinois, will on January 9, 2014, in THE CHRISTIAN COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Main Floor, at 9:30AM, sell at public auction and sale to the highest bidder for cash, all and singular, the following described real estate mentioned in said Judgment, situated in the County of CHRISTIAN, State of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said Judgment:

 

THE NORTH HALF OF LOT 14 IN BLOCK 17 OF THE ORIGINAL TOWN, NOW CITY OF PANA. EXCEPT ALL COAL AND MINERALS UNDERLYING SAID LANDS, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT TO MINE AND REMOVE SAME. SITUATED IN CHRISTIAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS.

 

TAX NO. 11-25-21-218-003

 

COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 404 SOUTH WALNUT STREET PANA, IL 62557

 

Description of Improvements: VINYL SIDED RANCH SINGLE FAMILY WITH NO GARAGE

 

The Judgment amount was $44,517.15.

 

Sale Terms: This is an “AS IS” sale for “CASH”. The successful bidder must deposit 25% down by certified funds; balance, by certified funds, within 24 hours. NO REFUNDS. The subject property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments or special taxes levied against said real estate, water bills, etc., and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to plaintiff. The sale is further subject to confirmation by the court. Upon payment in full of the bid amount, the purchaser shall receive a Certificate of Sale, which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the real estate after confirmation of the sale. The property will NOT be open for inspection. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the court file to verify all information.

 

The successful purchaser has the sole responsibility/expense of evicting any tenants or other individuals presently in possession of the subject premises. If this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN IN POSSESSION FOR 30 DYAS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 15-1701(C) OF THE ILLINOIS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW.

 

For Information: Visit our website at http:\\service.atty-pierce.com. Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. only – Pierce & Associates, Plaintiff’s Attorneys, 1 North Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois 60602. Tel. No. (312) 372-2060. Please refer to file #PA1215439 Plaintiff’s attorney is not required to provide additional information other than that set forth in this notice of sale.

 

I574082

 

(16-18-20/pnn/p)

 

INVITATION TO BID

The County of Christian will be accepting bids for a contract with a hauler/processor for pickup and delivery of roll-off containers and the processing and marketing of the recyclable material collected.

Duties include the hauling, processing and marketing of recyclable material in 30-yard capacity roll-off containers from 10 sites within the County.

The County of Christian will let the contract to the lowest  responsible bidder, after taking into consideration the quality of the bidder, their conformity with the specifications, their suitability to the requirements of the County, the availability of support services, the uniqueness of their service, their compatibility to existing equipment, and the delivery terms, pursuant to 55 ILCS 5/5-1022.

Specifications are available from, and sealed bids are to be submitted to, Christian County Solid Waste Management Department, 214 West Market, Taylorville, Illinois 62568. Office hours are Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Bids are due on or before December 9, 2013, at 3:00 p.m. Bids are to be opened at the Christian County Board’s Environmental and Zoning Committee meeting.

Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “Drop-off Recycling Contract Bid.”

The County of Christian has the right to reject any or all bids.

(16-18c)

 

STATE OF ILLINOIS

COUNTY OF

CHRISTIAN IN THE

CIRCUIT COURT

IN THE MATTER OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 1 OF THE TOWNS OF PANA AND ASSUMPTION, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS

NO. 6721

DRAINAGE NOTICE

To All Interested Landowners:

NOTICE is hereby given that the Commissioners of said Drainage District No. 1 of the Towns of Pana and Assumption, Christian County, Illinois, have filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Christian County, Illinois, their Annual Financial Report covering the period of time from September 1, 2012, through August 31, 2013. Objections to said Report may be filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at the Christian County Courthouse, Taylorville, IL 62568, on or before ten (10) days from the date of the publication of this Notice. Any objection not filed within that period is barred; and, if no objections are filed, the Court will approve said Report without hearing.

Dated: November 21, 2013

JULIE J. MAYER

Clerk of said Court

Robert J. Beyers

Beyers Law Office

Attorney for

Commissioners

123 E. Third Street

Pana, Illinois 62557

Phone: 217/562-5077

(16c)

 

STATE OF ILLINOIS

COUNTY OF

CHRISTIAN IN THE

CIRCUIT COURT

IN THE MATTER OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 2 OF THE TOWN OF ROSAMOND, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS

NO. 6680

DRAINAGE NOTICE

To All Interested Landowners:

NOTICE is hereby given that the Commissioners of said Drainage District No. 2 of the Town of Rosamond, Christian County, Illinois, have filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Christian County, Illinois, their Annual Financial Report covering the period of time from September 1, 2012, through August 31, 2013. Objections to said Report may be filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at the Christian County Courthouse, Taylorville, IL 62568, on or before ten (10) days from the date of the publication of this Notice. Any objection not filed within that period is barred; and, if no objections are filed, the Court will approve said Report without hearing.

Dated: November 21, 2013

JULIE J. MAYER

Clerk of said Court

Robert J. Beyers

Beyers Law Office

Attorney for

Commissioners

123 E. Third Street

Pana, Illinois 62557

Phone: 217/562-5077

(16c)