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Taylor County times
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County commissioners called a special meeting Saturday, Sept. 1, at 1 p.m. to declare a state of emergency and authorize county workers to perform work in various areas -including private property -to alleviate widespread ooding issues experienced by local homeowners. According to County Administrator Ted Lakey, higher-than-normal and heavy rainfall over the past several weeks has raised the water table and resulted in many areas of the county being ooded. It came to Commissioner Pam Feagles attention that at the end of East Ellison Road there was the possibility of homes being ooded. I checked it out with County Engineer Kenneth Dudley, saw that it was an issue, and we discussed our options, Lakey said. According to Lakey, on Saturday the ooding got worse, so Commissioner Feagle called a special meeting to address the issue. Due to notice of the meeting being provided by email just two hours prior on Saturday, Perry Newspapers did not have a reporter in attendance. According to Lakey, during the Saturday meeting commissioners voted to declare a county-wide state of emergency. East Ellison Road was discussed and approval was given to dig a drainage ditch on private property (with the owners permission) to ease the ooding into affected homes, Lakey said Tuesday. According to Assistant County Administrator LaWanda Pemberton, County Public Works Department Director Hank Evans reported county workers dug a ditch at the end of East Ellison Road to relieve an issue with standing water on that road. According to Lakey, other commissioners then brought up additional homes being impacted by widespread ooding in the county, including situations Index Editorial . ................. A-4 Community . ............ A-5 Religion . ................. A-6 Sports . ................... A-8 Classieds . ............ A-9 Weather Wednesday30%90 75 90 74 40% Thursday Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1963 50 One Section 55th year, No. 36 Wednesday September 5, 2018 Commissioners back off tax increase Ask departments to slash budgets 2.5%, will also pull from reserves In one of the most tumultuous budget cycles in recent memory, Taylor County Commissioners have reversed course once again this week, signaling they will not raise property taxes as previously discussed and instead will ask all departments and constitutional ofcers to cut their budgets by 2.5%. During a special meeting held Tuesday morning, all three commissioners -Thomas Demps, Jim Moody and Steve Spradley -who voted to raise the countys proposed millage rate by almost 7% in August -indicated they were no longer in favor of raising taxes. The commission will hold two public hearings this month to nalize the budget. At the rst, set for Monday, Sept. 10, at 5:01 p.m., the board will vote on its tentative budget and millage rates. The second public hearing will be held Monday, Sept. 17, at 5:01 p.m., during which the commission will vote on the countys nal 2018-19 budget and tax rates. The commission ended a series of budget workshops in July with a plan to hold taxes at current levels and ask for a 5% acrossthe-board cut from all departments. However, at an Aug. 1 special meeting to set the countys proposed tax rates, the commission -in a 3-2 vote -opted instead to raise the millage rate 0.5 mill or 6.89%, generating an additional $672,670 in revenue. Once the commission sets its proposed millage rates, they can later be lowered, but cannot be raised during the subsequent budget hearings. The change would have cost taxpayers $50 per $100,000 in taxable value of their property (not counting homestead or other exemptions). Shortly after the Aug. 1 meeting, commissioners announced they would hold a special meeting prior to the scheduled budget hearings to nalize the budget, as it was never decided how the additional revenue would be spent. However, at the start of Tuesdays meeting, Commission Chair Pam Feagle polled Please see page 2 The Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) took part in a Deputies Without Borders operation here, serving a search warrant early Friday morning at a home on U.S. Highway 19 South. The search yielded 14 grams of methamphetamine, more than 20 grams of cannabis, prescription medication and assorted drug paraphernalia. Thomas Ernest Craft, 63, the occupant of the travel trailer campsite at 5429 U.S. Highway 19 South, was arrested and charged with methamphetamine, delivery of methamphetamine, possession of more than Please see page 11 Man, 63, busted for meth While it may be legal, the City of Perrys decision to pave beyond the normal boundaries of a city street may give the appearance of something illegal and unethical to the general public. Those were the sentiments expressed by Perry City Council members Venita Woodfaulk and Shirlie Hampton following the completion of a city paving project that appears to benet outgoing Mayor David Sullivan. At issue is some $9,500 in asphalt work on city rightof-way at the corner lot created by the intersection of Maurice Linton Road and Center Street, where Sullivans business ofces are located. Earlier this year, the city awarded a $486,518 bid to Pigott Asphalt and Sitework, LLC out of Crawfordville to mill and resurface Center Street and Church Street under a Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Small County Outreach Program (SCOP) grant that will reimburse the city for up to $552,243 in project costs. The project included milling and resurfacing of approximately 11,170 lineal feet of Center Street and Church Street, as well as cross drain replacement, signal loop replacements, signing and pavement markings, guardrail replacement and curb ramp replacements. The city later piggybacked on that bid to address drainage issues at the intersection in question -which serves as an alternative route to avoid trafc signals on Hwy. 27 East -and a section of Pate Street off of Hwy. 98. Hampton broached the subject at last Tuesdays council meeting, which also marked Sullivans nal meeting as a council member after he declined to seek re-election earlier this year. Ward Ketring was elected to replace Sullivan representing District 5 in the Primary Election held that same day. With all due respect to Mayor Sullivan and everyone else, I just cannot sit here and not say something about the project on Maurice Linton Road. There are a few complaints with people saying I want to know whats going on and I didnt have an answer. I thank you, (Public Works Director) Mr. Chester (McAfee) for explaining it to me, but it gives the appearance of something illegal and unethical. Everythings on your property, but they say its the city property. But the appearance looks bad. The demolition of the pavement, and I guess the pouring of the parking area. I feel like I did something wrong when I voted yes, Hampton said. I did not know all of this was going to happen. Had I known, it would have been a no vote. I feel bad about it, and I just want to go on record stating that it would have been a no vote had I known that all of this paving would have been done at your place of business. Thats it, and I will bring it up at the next council meeting, she said. I got a lot of phone calls about that too. When Please see page 2 $9,500 in city right-of-way paved at councilmans business: City council questions extra paving Please see page 3 Drugs were found in the possession of a motorcyclist who ed deputies and crashed his bike into a ditch on U.S. Highway 221 Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 28. The chase began when Lamar Daniel Nix of Perry was observed by Deputy Jordan Thigpen traveling northbound on Johnson Stripling Road at speeds of approximately 61 miles per hour in a posted 45 mile per hour zone. Thipgen initiated a trafc stop, but Nix failed to pull over. He continued northbound Crash leads to drug arrest Please see page 11 City council members Venita Woodfaulk and Shirlie Hampton said they would have voted against warrant was executed at his home on U.S. Highway 19 South. On private proper ty Flood emergency allows county to do road repairs


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A-5 Taco Times September 5, 2018 Community New cancer support groupDraw strength from one another By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI Managing Editor Sitting in the chemotherapy treatment room, Dianna Mama Sandonato, 76, looked around and came to a startling realization every chair was full. There are about 40 chairs in the room. It just broke my heart. So many people hurting. I thought, how are they going through this? How are they dealing with it? Then I thought what can I do? Despite being in the midst of her own cancer battle, Sandonato is living up to her nicknameshowing care and compassion as only Mamas can do by establishing a new Christian fellowship and support group for cancer patients and their loved ones. Courage and Fellowship Through Cancer will meet the second week of each month beginning next week. Meetings will be held at First Presbyterian Church Monday, Sept. 10, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Thursday, Sept. 13, from 9-10:30 a.m. The encouragement I got through those early days (of my diagnosis) was just incredible. Even people I didnt really know would see me in the store and come up and tell me they were praying for me and just offer their support. It meant so much, Sandonato said. But one of the things that helped me the most was encouragement I received from a cancer survivor who shared her story with me. I realized how important fellowship with others who are going through the same trials of this disease is -just knowing you are not alone. Cancer is something a lot of people do not want to talk about. I was the same way at rst -it was too private. But that is absolutely the wrong thing. People care about you and love you -the more open you are, the more relief you nd in it. The non-denominational group will also provide chemo care bags and radiation care bags for patients. The care bags have things in them like heart-shaped pillows and just everyday items to help them, Sandonato said. Sandonato, who opened Mamas Italian Restaurant here in 2004, is funding the initial launch of the program using benets she receives from a cancer insurance policy. Some years back I bought an AFLAC cancer policy. Everything we have done has been paid through that policy. It blessed me so I can bless others. Sandonatos cancer journey began in November 2017 when she felt a lump in her left breast. My doctor had told me women after the age of 65 didnt need to get regular mammograms. But when I felt the lump, I called the doctor immediately and they did a biopsy right away. Then I got the phone call Its malignant. You have breast cancer. It was Sandonatos worst nightmare come true. My aunt who raised me had cancer and I watched her battle it for 24 years. Sandonatos treatment included undergoing a partial mastectomy, chemo and radiation. They have prescribed three types of chemo and therapy that Ill be doing through December 2020. But Im still leading a very active life. I go into the restaurant every day. It doesnt pay to sit around and feel sorry for yourself. She encourages everyone who can to attend next weeks meetings. We can draw hope and strength from one another. Courage and Fellowship Through Cancer A Christian Fellowship Group for All Cancers Monday, Sept. 10 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Thursday, Sept. 13 9 to 10:30 a.m.The Steinhatchee Garden Club opens its new program year Tuesday, Sept. 11, with a meeting at the Steinhatchee Community Center, starting at 9:30 a.m. At this rst meeting on the anniversary of 9/11 -we will honor our country, Treasurer Sue Guilbeau said. Incoming ofcers for the year include: Alexis Dorsi, president; Rita Moody, rst vice president; Susan Curtis, second vice president; Martha Wright, recording secretary; Sue Guilbeau, treasurer; and Marla Carroll, corresponding secretary. The group meets the second Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. Coffee and goodies are served and the meeting begins at 10 a.m. We have an exciting year of programs planned, with presentations from Clay Olson on Master Gardening; Ken Jones on Satsuma oranges; Ann Livingston will help us make ower arrangements for the nursing home; Terry Zinn with the Florida Wildower Federation; and Carolyn Sapp will teach us to eat from the yard. There will also be activities such as eld trips and our annual spaghetti dinner in January. We will be raising money to send school children to Camp Wekiva and SEEK, which we do each summer, Guilbeau said. We are pleased that the efforts put forth by the club last year planting owers and shrubs at the community center have paid off, with many beautiful plants coming along nicely. Watch for more work to be done at the center this year. New members are welcome. For more information, please contact the club president at (352) 562-2793. Steinhatchee Garden Club Steinhatchee Garden Club kicks off new year Sept. 11 Taylor County High School (TCHS) Varsity Cheerleaders have been invited to perform with other varsity and junior varsity squads during pregame festivities at the University of Florida versus Kentucky game Saturday, Sept. 8, as part of Varsity Spirit Day in Gainesville. This is truly an amazing experience for these young ladies. The girls have to learn a motion sequence/ dance that is provided by Varsity Spirit. They have been working on this dance for a couple of weeks, Sponsor Janet Johnstono said. The day of the event, each team will meet and have a clinic with instructors from Varsity (National Cheerleaders Association) and a meet and greet with the coach and cheerleaders from the University of Florida, she said. Each girl will receive a t-shirt that they will wear during their performance. I am extremely proud of the hard work these girls have shown in learning the dance. I am sure this will be a memorable experience for each of these girls. TCHS to cheer at UF game The North Florida Community College Artist Series has announced its line-up of live performances and entertainment planned for the 2018-19 season. Kicking off with a Sunday matinee Sept. 16, the season opens with the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra and continues with music legend and local favorite Chuck Roberson, tributes to Johnny Cash, John Denver, The Beach Boys and the Eagles, the Troy University Gospel Singers, and a very special ice-skating performance -Peter Pan & Friends on Ice. Season passes and individual tickets are on sale now at the NFCC College Advancement ofce in Madison, by phone at 850-9731653 or online at www. A season pass includes admission to NFCC Artist Series performances and NFCC Community Theatre productions held at Van H. Priest Auditorium, as well as performances of the Live! at Dowling Park artist series held at Advent Christian Village. Season pass holders also receive discounted tickets to two bonus performances scheduled for October and May. Sponsorships to further support the arts and arts education are available through the NFCC Artist Series Angels program. NFCC and the community have long worked together to ensure that there is a place for the performing arts and arts education to ourish, said Kim Scarboro, director of college advancement at NFCC. For more information, visit artist-series or connect with the NFCC College Advancement staff at 850-973-1653 or NFCC Artist SeriesNorth Florida Community Colleges (NFCC) Nursing and Allied Health department has announced that its associate and baccalaureate level nursing programs are now nationally accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). National nursing accreditation assures the public that NFCCs nursing programs adhere to the highest quality educational standards, said Dr. Julie Townsend, director of Nursing and Allied Health at NFCC. This accreditation provides a gateway for NFCCs graduates to continue their education at an accredited upper-level university of their choice. It also gives graduates a competitive edge in the workforce since most healthcare employers prefer to hire accredited nurses. The healthcare industry recognizes the ACEN accreditation as a nationallyestablished badge for training excellence.NFCC nursing program gains new accreditation


A-6 Taco Times September 5, 2018 Religion Please e-mail newsdesk@ to place FREE church announcements. GLAD TIDINGS Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. --Philippians 4:6-7 By CODY MCNEESE It is amazing how Gods Word can teach a truth that is lasting and never changing. But even after a passage reveals truth to the heart of a believer, its not nished. As the believer grows in grace, that passage can be revisited and, though that same truth will still be present, an even deeper truth will be revealed. As we grow, God reveals the deeper truths, or the meat of the Word, as we are able to bear it. Take this passage for example. Through the years it has helped me understand that the cares of this world steal away our peace and leave us empty inside. The pursuit of money, possessions, material things, all lead to the same dead end literally. But there is even more there in that passage. My pastor would say, Thats because its a living Word. The deeper you go into a scriptures truth, the deeper that truth will plow in the soil of the heart. As Andrew Murry wrote, Gods Word is like the surgeons knife that wounds in order to heal. Gods Word sometimes has to hurt in order to help root out the sin buried deep inside our lives. As my favorite Pastor Arian Rogers said, I had rather be told a truth that hurts and then heals, rather than a lie that comforts and then kills. So here it is. The sin this passage reveals is the sin of insecurity. Now its common to confuse insecurity with humility. You humbly admit that you are not able to step into something God is calling you to do, and so you hide disobedience beneath humility, when its really not humility at all, it is insecurity. Think about what insecurity really is. When a person is insecure about something, they feel inadequate to perform that task and so they dont even try. Well why not try? What have you got to lose? There is the key. What you have to lose is your dignity, your reputation. You stand to make a fool of yourself if you step out and try something, or say something or take a stand on something. What if you fail and everyone sees you fail? What if you make a huge blunder and fall at in the effortSo? What if you do? God would be pleased simply by your efforts to please him and you know that he would! So what is stopping you from trying even if you thought you would fail, knowing it would please God? What stops us is our fear of man! We are too proud to let any man see us fail, see us make a mistake, too afraid of being judged by people and that is one of, if not the worst, form of pride. Be careful, for nothing means more than stopping our relentless pursuit of worldly pleasure, it also means being a God pleaser instead of a man pleaser. It means putting God up on that high and lifted pedestal in your mind instead of man, and it means doing anything you can to please God instead of man. If it means trying and failing, then try and fail. If it means making a fool of yourself before men, then so be it, because whatever you do for the glory of God will be pleasing in his sight from the greatest achievement to the biggest blunder. To him its all about his children doing their best to make him proud. What parent wouldnt reward their child for doing their best? If we who are earthly fathers do so for our children, how much more would a heavenly Father full of grace and truth do for us? Dont allow the enemy to give you an out by mixing humility and insecurity up in your mind and making you think its a noble thing to hide from failure. Remember, humility is not thinking less of yourself. Humility is thinking of yourself less. And it is thinking of God more. When you do that peace that passeth all understanding will keep your heartbut dont take my word for it, try it yourself and see. Cody McNeese serves as pastor of St. Johns Christian Fellowship Church, located at 6050 Puckett Road in Perry.Be careful for nothing In the Bible, glad tidings is frequently translated to mean to tell good news and to preach the gospel. This space -made available to all local pastors -is dedicated to messages of good news to ll readers with uplifting thoughts to carry with them throughout the week. Church news? Life Changing Ministries Church will celebrate its twoyear church anniversary with special services Saturday, Sept. 8, at 3 p.m. The church is located at 4095 Hampton Springs Ave. Lorrenzo Lee is pastor. Everyone is welcome. Church celebrates two-year anniversary this Saturday Greater Grace Church of God in Christ will hold a twoday revival Thursday, Sept. 13, and Friday, Sept. 14, starting at 7 p.m. nightly. Prophet Demetrius Iverson will be the guest speaker for the occasion. Senior pastor Dr. Willie J. Anderson Jr. invites the community to attend. The church is located at 1308 South Jefferson Street. Greater Grace announces two-day revival Midway Baptist Church has started a community outreach program/ministry to help families who may be going through a difcult time nancially. The Not by Bread Alone ministry is focused on helping families who may receive federal assistance and other nancially disadvantaged families get household and personal hygiene items they need free at Midway Baptist Church. Plans are to offer this ministry bi-monthly on the last Monday of the following months: September, November, January, March, May and July. This ministry will begin Monday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. in the church Fellowship Hall. There will be a devotion and refreshments will be served. The church is located at 187 E. Roberts Aman Road. Not by Bread Alone Midway launches new ministry for families in need on Sept. 24 The Taylor County Baptist Association invites area churches to donate used literature for redistribution. The company we work with will send it all over the world to pastors, missionaries and churches for their use. They accept Bibles, Christian books, tracts and paperbacks as well as Flannelgraph Supplies, Christian magazines (except Guidepost), daily devotionals, reference books, commentaries, CDs and DVDs, Director of Missions Harold Reams said. The association ofce is open Monday through Thursday, 9 am. to noon. Used Bibles, books needed


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THE TAYLOR GYMNASTIC BOOSTER CLUB will have a yard sale/bake sale on Saturday, Sept. 8. This will be under the pavilion next to the Splash Pad on Jefferson Street and we will have lots of good things to look at. The time will be from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. We will also have rafe tickets for sale. 9/5-9/7 MISC. WE BUY Scrap Metal and Junk Cars. (850) 838-5865. RC FOR RENT 15 ACRES FOR LEASE: Hunting and Campsite. Located off Woods Creek Road, adjoining Four Rivers land. Has well, septic, shed and dog pens. Multiple RV hookups. $500 per month plus electric. (850) 838-5028 9/5-9/14 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath triple-wide mobile home. $700 per month. Interested applicants apply in person at Everetts Mobile Homes. 3409 U.S. 19 S. EMHP FOR RENT IN DOWNTOWN PERRY. New, furnished private ofce with waiting room, break room and conference room. PRIVATE PARKING. Only $300 per month. All utilities included. Call Bill at (954) 647-5057. Available now. 8/22-9/14 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for a 2 bedroom, 1 bath single-wide mobile home. Interested applicants please apply in person at Everetts Mobile Homes. 3409 U.S. 19 S. EMHP RV SPOTS available on Beach Rd. (850) 838-6077. JM 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT available. Credit check required. Applications available at Ware Oil. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m., call (850) 584-6666. WO BEAUTIFUL SPANISH STYLE HOME with South Florida open oor plan in Glenridge. The house opens up with lots of glass for an outdoor feel. 3 bedroom, 3 bath. $1,200 per month. Great for entertaining! (850) 545-6642. MD WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS Accepting applications for 1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible apartments. HUD vouchers considered. Call (850) 584-5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711. Equal Housing Opportunity. WA MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 1991 Fleetwood single-wide. 14 x 70 ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Delivered and set up. $15,900. Interested parties call Perry Repo Outlet. 584-7094. EMHP REAL ESTATE 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME FOR SALE. $60,000. 216 E. Drew St. 80% remodeled. Call or text Donna at (850) 363-0217. Schedule an appointment to view. 8/29-9/7 SURVEYED LOT FOR SALE IN PERRY. 0.27 acres. Corner of E. Main St. and N. Arena Av. Price: $4,800. Email: gszejner@verizon. net or call (570) 276-1486. 9/5-9/26 FOR SALE: TWO LOTS. Paul Poppell Rd. 3.33 acres and 2.09 acres. $18,900 each. (386) 4545274. 8/31-9/14 28X80 SKYLINE MODULAR HOME FOR SALE to be moved. 4919 S. Red Padgett Rd. Perry, Fla. Call Gary Hathcock at (850) 3711002. $37,000. 8/22-9/14 FOR SALE: 221 North between Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner nancing available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-7466. EF SERVICES TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE *Free Estimates* *Great Rates* Call today! (850) 838-5923. Mark A. Moneyhan, Licensed and Insured. Certied Quality Specialist. 5/4-9/5 C & R LAWN SERVICE Call for a free estimate on all of your lawn care needs. No job too big or small. (850) 843-0315. 3/14-10/26 JOE COXWELL WELDING LLC Welding Fabrication & Repair Mobile Service (850) 843-3500. JC A TO Z FARM AND LAWN SERVICE Complete Lawn Services Licensed and Insured Land clearing, dozer work, tree trimming/removal, dump truck services, harrowing, bush hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling. Call (850) 838-5996 or (850) 5847972. AZ HELP WANTED NEW LEAF FARMS IN LAMONT, FL. IS HIRING. Looking to ll several different positions. CDL is a plus. Call (850) 997-8188. 9/5-9/14 BLOCK LAYER NEEDED. LABOR TENDER NEEDED. (850) 5782379 OR (850) 843-0784. 9/7 PART-TIME PERSON NEEDED FOR CLEANING vacant trailers. Apply in person at Everetts Mobile Homes. 3409 U.S. 19 S. EMHP AUTOCAD TECHNICIAN NEEDED Degree in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) from an accredited college is a substitute for industry experience, or two+ years of AutoCAD and/or MicroStation experience. One (1) year experience in installation of our product is required. Fluent with the use of Excel and Word software. Must write and speak English. Must have a valid drivers license. There is only one (1) position available. Interested and qualied candidates must call at (850) 5847786 to make an appointment to apply for this position. Only applicants with scheduled appointment will be considered. Big Top Mfg. 3255 North U.S. 19 Perry, Fla.   Equal Opportunity Employer 8/22-9/14 BT PART-TIME PERSON NEEDED FOR MAINTENANCE. Must have your own tools and vehicle. Apply in person at Everetts Mobile Homes. 3409 U.S. 19 S. EMHP BADCOCK HOME FURNITURE AND MORE hiring salesperson. Apply in person only. Drug testing required. BF SERVICE TECH-INSTALLERHELPER Valid DL and Drug Screening. Applications accepted at 520 W. Hampton Springs Ave. ARA TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT. The job description and our 2-step application process can be found on our website at   www.taylorcountygov. com   or in the lobby of the County Annex. Applicants must apply through Career Source. Taylor County is an EEO employer. Recreation Coordinator fulltime. TCBCCLEGALS Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration Request for Proposal   Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration is accepting Request for Proposals (RFP) for the following: NEW LANDFILL COMPACTOR (Operating Weight approx. 76,800 lbs.) NEW 15 FT FLEX WING ROTARY MOWER (PTO Driven) BID DEADLINE: Sealed proposals must be delivered to the Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration at 1313 SW Greenville Hills Road Greenville, FL 32331, no later than 3:00 P.M., September 17, 2018. BID SPECIFICATIONS CONTACT: Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration at OFFICE PHONE NUMBER (850) 948-4875 or E-MAIL REJECTION OF BIDS: Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administrations Board reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to waive any informality in quoting or accepting quotations which best serves the interest of the Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration. CONTRACTOR PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS AND DETERMINATION OF RESPONSIBILITY 1. Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration may make such investigations as deemed necessary to determine the ability of the proposer to supply the product or service. The proposer shall furnish to Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration all such information and data for this purpose as Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration may request. 2. Proposers are encouraged Administrator in writing of any apparent major inconsistencies, problems, or ambiguities in the to: Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration P.O. Box 629 Greenville, Fl 32331 Or email John McHugh at auclf@aol. com 9/5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION. Case No. 18-464-CP IN RE: THE ESTATE OF: JOE CALVIN JENKINS, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of JOE CALVIN JENKINS, deceased, whose date of death was May 11, 2018; File Number 2018-464-CP is pending in the Circuit Court for Taylor County, Florida, Probate Division, Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348. The name and address of the co-personal representatives and their attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice has with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE A-9 Taco Times September 5, 2018 CLASSIFIED ADS Published each Wednesday and Friday.Deadline for Wednesday: Monday by 5 p.m. Deadline for Friday: Wednesday by 5 p.m.Call (850) 584-5513 or email classieds@perrynewspapers.comPlease see page 11 PERRY NEWSPAPERS CLASSIFIED RATES PERRY NEWSPAPERS CLASSIFIED RATES After 25 words, 10 cents is charged per word. 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