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12 The Sun, Wednesday, July 11, 2012 Theft: No threat leads to misdemeanor for thief Continued.from PAGE 1 Burks walked up to one of the tellers at the bank and de- manded $2,000 in cash. She told the teller to keep her hands where she could see them, but never re- ferred to any weap- ons. The teller gave her what she had in her till, approxi- mately $420. Burks then left the bank on foot and disappeared around the comer. Law enforcement officers responded immediately. It wasn't long before surveillance photos of the suspect were circulating around town. Tips began pouring in and before the day was over Burks had turned herself in. Burks told deputies she was in debt and needed the money to pay bills. She was initially charged with second-degree robbery, Angela Marie Burks a Measure 11 offense. That charge was later changed to second-degree theft since Burks never claimed to be armed and did not threaten the bank employees. "The conduct did not meet the statutory defini- tion of robbery in Oregon," District At- torney Brad Berry explained. According to Berry, imposition of sentence was sus- pended and Burk was placed on bench pro- bation. As one of the conditions of proba- tion, Burks was required to serve 30 days in jail. She was given credit for the 14 days she had already spent in jail prior to the conviction. Other conditions of her probation include undergoing a mental health evaluation and attending the Theft Talk pro- gram. Burk is also prohibited from entering the property of any Bank of America. We can solve your dust problems! AWOm)ABLE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND CALL FOR INFORMATION Serving all of Yamhill, Polk and Washington Counties Crop i ................... Locai0fficei ................. Production Rickreall Serwces (503)623-3101 .... ~ ~ ' ...... /: :i: ::IL :" Who owns Bridge Street? Plans to pave the South Bridge Street railroad crossing brought to light an interesting qtiestion: Who owns South Bridge Street? ODOT is responsible for Highway 18B that intersects Bridge Street. Yamhill County owns the green bridge. The rail- road is responsible for main- Photo by Clinton Vlnlng taining the area between the A walker crosses the railroad tracks on South Bridge Street. ends of the railroad ties. The road authority is responsible for RR Cross,ng: Not dangerous, says council maintaining theroadoneither side of the ties, but the railroad Continued from PAGE 1 The city had been negoti- Frank Sheridan recommended has somejurisdictionregarding ating with the operating rail- that the council authorize the work done in the area within 20 that would be dropping shortly, road, Pacific and Western staff to proceed to negotiate feet of the ends of the ties. According to a review ofRailroad (PNWR), which is with PNWR to repair the as- The City of Sheridan has ODOT Performance Dash- responsible for the ongoing phalt within the railroad cross- documentation showing that board and personal observa- ma'mtenance of the crossing, ing. The council rejected his the road authority is Yamhill tion, there have been no rail Then someone from the com- recommendation. County. The county disputes crossing incidents at the South munity alerted ODOT Rail Only Councilor Chris Ehry that claim. Bridge Street crossing. (There and Union Pacific to plans for seemed to favor his proposal. According to City Manager was a derailment just east of the a paving project. "I think it needs to be done," Frank Sheridan, an early map Mill Street Crossing within the ODOT Rail told the citythat he said. from the County Assessors of- past decade.) according to their records there If the railroad was willing rice shows the county as the As the evening train stacked were no sidewalks at the cross- to fix their part, the council road authority for South Bridge high with lumber and poles ing.Inordertoinstallsidewalks would consider doing what it Street. A map from 1938 reaf- passed, the rails bounced up to the current standards, thecity needs to do to make the con- firms that the county owned the and down. Wu'ing for the wam- would need to get Union nection smooth and func-road from the edge ofthe bridge ing signals were capped andleft Pacitic's approval to use land tional, it told Public Works to Ballston. The city has no hanging--something that west of the crossing to widen Director Kie Cottam. It had record of the county giving the council members agreed would the sidewalk and pay to meet no plans at this point to do street to the city. not be allowed in the construc- ADA requirements, anything more. The County Road Depart- tion sector. The city might also have The council did agree toment contends that alawpassed The biggest problem withto change the configtwation of move forward with other pub- in 1984 allowed the county to the paving, the council agreed, the driveways at City Hall. lic works projects. It accepted cease ownership of any street appeared to be within the sec- Additionally the city was told the lowest bidder for the re- that it no longer ma'mtained. It tion that is the responsibility of that it was its responsibility habilitation of 938 linear feet has no record of doing any the railroad. Was it wise to to move the warning signal, of sewer pipe along SE maintenance to South Bridge spend money on someone Not only did the cost Hamey, Schley and Sampson Street in the last 40 years. else's problem when the city mushroom, but the additional streets. The bid will be offered . Since the city owns the wa- had its own street and sidewalk requirements makeit fall out- to Columbia Pumping and ter and sewer lines that .runbe- maintenance issues to address? side the tune constraints the Construction of Pasco, Wash- neath the streets, it has been "I'd rather put sidewalks to city faces. If the city does not ington. The cost: $39,788. tearing up and repav'mg South the school," said Councilor do the work when the railroad The city will also contract Bridge Street for years. The city Rene Quinones. maintenance crews are in the with Keller and Associates to has been paving, cleaning and The city could spend $9,500 area in mid-August, the city upgrade the city's water and striping the street as far south to put down a new layer of as- will not be able to take advan- storm line mapping to a digi- as the Nazarene Church. phalt and have a smoother cross- tage of the cost sharing of- tal system. The city has hi- Does that make it a city- ing, but it would be a temporary fered by the railroad,ready contracted with Keller owned street? According to fix. In four to five years it would Sheridan told the council, and Associates to convert the Sheridan, usually there is some have the same problem. Even if the city approved data for the sewer system from type of resolution to document "It's not unsafe at thisspend'mg $42,000 to upgrade an AutoCAD file to a Geo- the change in ownership. There point," said Mayor Val the street and $21,000 to re- graphic Information System are no records ofsuch an agree- Adamson. place the undersized sewer as part of the Waste Water ment. Plans to consider a long- ma'm running under the eross- Facility Plan. ItcouldbethatSouthBridge term fLx--replacing the exist- ing, it would not have time to The council agreed that it Street is neither a county- ing asphalt with a steel-clad get the approval of four engi- made sense to contract with owned street nor a city-owned concrete crossing system-- neers--City, PNWR, ODOT the same firm to digitalize street, said Sheridan.Thatleads were abandoned when the re- Rail and Union Pacific--be- hard copy maps of the water to another questions ... who pairs were complicated by the fore railroad crews began and storm line systems to add owns the overpass that crosses addition of two authorities into work in the area. to the database. The cost is not Highway 18 south of town? ~, the equation. 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Zinc is found in meat, fish, poultry, dairy and whole grains Gardner Gray Pharmacist Shop your independent pharmacy first, for drugs you can trust at prices you can pay. PILL BOX Convenient Drive-Up Window 625 SE Miner Ave., Dallas (503) 623-2400 NOTICE OF PLANNING bid is required as prescribed in TO THE TOWN OF WIL- lished byORS 187.110, atthe COMMISSION VACANCIES the "Instructions to Bidders". LAMINA IN YAMHILL COUNTY, following place: insidethe main The City of Willamina is No bidder may withdraw their OREGON;RUNNINGTHENCE lobby of the Yamhill County seeking interested applicants bid after the hour set for the NORTH 64-1/2 DEGREES Courthouse, 535 East 5th St., to flll two vacancies on the Plan- opening thereof until after the EAST ALONG CENTER OF McMinnville, Yamhill County, ning Commission One posi- lapseof30calendardaysfrom SAID COUNTY ROAD, 53 OR, sell at public auction to the tion has a termending Decem- the bid due date. FEET; THENCE SOUTH 25-1/highest bidder for cash the in- ber 31, 2012 and the other end- The successful low bidder 2 DEGREES EAST, 218.73 terest in the described real ing December 31, 2015. Appli- will be required to furnish alist FEETTOTHENORTHLINEOF property which the grantor had cation packets are available at of first tier subcontractors and SHERIDAN AND WILLAMINA or had power to convey at the City Hall during normal busi- suppliers no laterthan 5:00 PM RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY; timeoftheexecutionbygrantor ness hours (8 am to 5 pm week- on the date ofthe bid opening. THENCE SOUTH 64-1/2 DE- ofthe Trust Deed, together with days). Completed applica- Retainageis 10percent, not GREES WEST ALONG THE any interest which the grantor tions will be accepted until 5 percent; interest will not ac- SAID RIGHT OFWAY, 53 FEET; or grantor's successors in in- the positions are filled, crue on retainage; and bonds THENCE NORTH 25-1/2 DE- terest acquired after the execu- Publish: The Sun, June 20 or securities may not be sub- GREESWEST218.73FEETTO tion of the Trust Deed, to sat- and July 11,2012. stituted as an alternate form of THE POINT OF BEGINNING. isfy the foregoing obligations retainage. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 685 thereby secured and the costs HAYC reserves the right to NE MAIN STREET WIL- and expenses of sale, includ- INVITATION FOR BIDS reject any bid not in compli- LAMINA, OR 97396 Both the ingareasonablechargeby'the The Housing Authority of ance with the prescribed bid- Beneficiary and the Trustee Trustee. Noticeis further given Yamhill County (HAYC) will re- ding procedures and require- have elected to sell the real that any person named in ORS ceive bids for Fresa Park Du- ments, and may reject any or property to satisfy the obliga- 86.753 hasthe right, at anytime plexes Exterior Improvements all bids and waive any informal- tions that the ~Trust Deed se- that is not later than five days until 3:00 p.m., Thursday, on ity in the bidding, cures and a notice of default before the date last set for the the 19th day of July, at 135 NE Contact Mike Jager at 971- has been recorded pursuant to sale, to have this foreclosure Dunn Place, McMinnville, OR 237-4256 for more information. Oregon Revised Statutes proceeding dismissed and the 97128, at which time and place HOUSING AUTHORITY OF 86.735(3); the default for which Trust Deed reinstated by pay- all bids will be made public. YAMHILLCOUNTY the foreclosure is made is ing to the Beneficiary the entire FAXED bids are not accept- Publish: The Sun, July4 and grantor's failure to pay when amount then due (other than able. 11,2012. due the following sums: such portion ofthe principal as The work includes: Install- monthly payments of $1,04805 would not then be due had no ing a new vinyl siding system beginning 01/01/2009; plus late default occurred) and by cur- on four duplex units located at TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF charges of $41.92 each month ing any other default com- 1315/1317 Wright St, 680/690 SALE beginning with the 01/01/2009 plained of notice of default that Fenton Street and 104/110 Reference is made to that payment plus prior accrued is capable of being cured by Agee Street, McMinnville, OR; certain Trust Deed made by late charges of $0.00; plus ad- tendering the performance re- and 1006NB Charles Street, JEREMY J. CASBY, as vances of$0.00; together with quiredundertheobligationthat Newberg; and removal and re- grantor(s), to TICOR TITLE IN- title expense, costs, trustee's the Trust Deed secures, and in placement of the roof systems SURANCE, as Trustee, in favor fees and attorney fees incurred addition to paying said sums or atall buttheWrightStreetprop- of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC herein by reason of said de- tendering the performance erty. REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, fault; and any furthersumsad- necessary to cure the default Attention is called to the pro- INC., as Beneficiary, dated 02/ vanced by the Beneficiary for by paying all costs and ex- visions for equal employment 21/2008, recorded 02/27/2008, the protection of the above de- penses actually incurred in en- opportunity, and payment of in the mortgage records of scribed real property and its forcing the obligation that the not lessthantheminimumsala- Yamhill County, Oregon, as interest therein. By reason of Trust Deed secures, together ries and wages as set forth in Recorder's fee/file/instrument/ said defaultthe Beneficiary has with the Trustee's and attorney the Project Manual per HUD microfilm/reception Number declared all sums owing on the fees not exceeding the determined maintenance wage 200803353, and subsequently obligation that the Trust Deed amounts provided by ORS rates, assigned to BANK OF secures are immediately due 86.753. In construing this no- All interested parties are AMERICA, N.A.byAssignment and payable, said sums being tice, the singular includes the encouraged to attend a pre-bid recorded 11/10/2011 in Book/ the following to wit: plural, the word "grantor" in- meeting scheduled for 10:30 Reel/Volume No. at Page No. $147,301.58 with interest cludes any successor in inter- a.m. on Wednesday, July 1 lth as Recorder's fee/file/instru- thereon at the rate of 5.75 per- est to the grantor as well as any at 1006A/B Charles St, New- ment/microfilm/reception No. cent per annum beginning 12/ other person owing an obliga- berg, OR 97132. Although the 2011-14699, covering the fol- 01/2008 until paid, plus all ac- tion, that the Trust Deed se- pre-bid meeting is not manda- lowing described real property crued late charges thereon to- cures, and the words "Trustee" tory, those who fail to attend will situated in said county and gether with title expense, costs, and "Beneficiary" include their be held responsible for any- state, to wit: LEGAL DESCRIP- trustee's fees and attorney fees respective successors in inter- thing they would have learned TION: REFERENCE ORDER incurred herein by reason of est, if any. Dated: May04,2012 had they attended. NUMBER: 916413 BEGIN- said default; and any further RECONTRUST COMPANY, Bid documents (Project NING AT A POINT IN THE sums advanced bythe Benefi- N.A. For further information, Manual and Drawings) will be CENTER OF COUNTY ROAD, ciary for the protection of the please contact: RECONTRUST available for download (.pdf NOW STATE HIGHWAY, LEAD- above described real property COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo format) at ING FROM WlLLAMINA, OR-and its interests therein. Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94 partners/biddingforgoods/ EGON TO SHERIDAN, SAID WHEREFORE, notice hereby is SIMIvALLEY, CA93063 (800)- index.html. Bidders will be re- POINT BEING 30 FEET given that, RECONTRUST 281-8219 (TS# 12-0033539) sponsible for checking the NORTH 25-1/2 DEGREES COMPANY, N.A., the under- 1006.158943-FEI above mentioned website for WESTAND 159 FEET NORTH signed Trustee will on Thurs- Publish: The Sun, June 20 applicable addenda prior to 64-1/2 DEGREES EASTFROMday, September 06, 2012atthe and 27, July 4 and 11,2012. submitting a bid. THE NORTHEAST CORNER hour of 10:00 AM, in accord A bid security of 5% of the OF KERSHAW'S ADDITION with the standard oftime estab- t t