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OImm" 131# Year The Saguache Crescent Saguaelne, d:oJorado 81149 Th,,,rs.l,. , 2olo The Saguaehe Crescent P.O. Box 195 Second Class Postage Paid at Saguache, Colorado 81149 Publication No. (USPS 475480) 719-655-2620 DEAN I. COOMBS, Publisher POSTMASTER: Send address changes to THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT, P.O. Box 195, Sa- uache, CO 61149. Published every Thursday at Saguache, Colorado, the Pounty Seat of Saguache County in the Colorful San Luis Valley. Sub: $14.00 per year in-county $16.00 per year in-state $18.00 per year out-of-state COMBINED NOTICE OF SALE, RIGHT TO CURE, AND RIGHT TO REDEEM AMENDED PUBLIC TRUSTEE FORECLOSURE NUMBER 26-2009 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On October 5, 2009, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Noice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described be- low to be recorded in the Sagua- che County records. Original Grantor(s): Scott E. O1- sen and MicheUe A. Olsen Original Beneficiary: Continental Mortgage Services, LLC Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee for Long Beach Mortgage Trust 2006-4 Date of Deed of Trust: February 15, 2006 County of Recording - Saguache Recording Date of Deed of Trust: February 23, 2006 Reception No.: 354228 Original Principal Balance: $163,750.00 Outstanding Principal Balance: $169,098.22 Pursuant to C.R.S. 38-38-101(4) (i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: Failure to pay principal and in- terest when due together with all other payments provided for in the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust and other vio- lations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. Lot 3 (NWV4SWV4) Section 30, Township 44 North, Range 10 East of the N.M.P.M., County of Saguache, State of Colorado, less the West 30 feet deeded to Saguache County for highway right-of-way, as recorded in deed dated May 2, 1016, and recorded in Book 136, Page 169, County of Saguache, State of Colorado. **and by loan modification a- greement dated August 1, 2008 WHICH HAS THE ADDRESS OF: 19376 County Road 59, Moffat, CO 81143 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evi- dence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust described herein, has filed written election and de- mand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed if Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Here- by Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Thurs- day, February 11, 2010 the date to which the sale has been continued pursuant to C.R.S. 38- 38-103(2) (a), at the Public Trustee's Office, 501 4th Street, Saguache, Colorado sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all in- terest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of pay- ing the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus at- torneys' fees, the expenses of sale, and other items allowed by law, and will execute and record a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. Amended First Publication: Jan- uary 7, 2010 Amended Last Publication: Feb- ruary 4, 2010 Name of Publication: Saguache Crescent NOTICE OF RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE AN INTER- CERTAIN LIABILITIES PURSU- ANT TO COLORADO STATUTES AS A REULT OF SAID FOR- CLOSURE. YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO REDEEM SAID REAL PROPERTY OR YOU MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO CURE A DF_,- FAULT UNDER THE DEED OF TRUST BEING FORECLOSED. A COPY OF SAID STATUTES, AS SUCH STATUTES ARE PRE- SENTLY CONSTITUTED, WHICH MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS, IS A'ITACHED TO ALL MAILED COPIES OF THIS NOTICE. HOW- EVER, YOUR RIGHTS MAY BE DETERlVIINED BY PREVIOUS STATUTES. A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE FILED PURSUANT TO C.R.S. 38-38-104 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE AT LEAST FIFTEEN (15) CALEN- DAR DAYS PRIOR TO THE FIRST SCHEDULED SALE DATE OR ANY DATE TO WHICH THE SALE IS CONTINUED. A NOTICE OF INTENT TO RE- DEEM FILED PURSUANT TO C.R.S. 38 38-302 SHALL BE FILED WITH THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE NO LATER THAN EIGHT {8) BUSINESS DAYS FOLLOWING THE SALE. DATE: December 8, 2009 Connie A. Trujillo Public Trustee in and for Saguacne County State of Colorado By: Cop.me A. Trujillo Public Trustee The name, address and telephone number and bar registration num- ber of the attorney(s) represent- ing the legal holder of the indebt- edness is: Michael P. Medved #14669 Heather L. Deere #28597 Stephen C. Harkess #30968 Law Office of Michael P. Medved, P.C. 355 Union Blvd., Suite 302 Lakewood, CO 80228 (303) 274-0155 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any informa- tion provided may be used for that purpose. Call For Nominations TO WHOM IT MAY CONCF_.aRN, and particularly to the electors of the Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District of Saguache County, Colorado. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 32-1-804.1, C.- R.S., that an election will be held on the 4th day of May, 2010, be- tween the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. At that time two (2) Directors will be elected to serve 4-year terms and one (1) Director will be elected to serve a 2-year* term. Self-Nomination and Acceptance Forms a:e available an:l can be obtained from AJ Beckman, the Designated Election Official for the Baca Grande Water and San- itation District, 141 Union Boule- yard, Suite 150, Lakewood, CO 80228-1898, (303) 987-0835. Self Nomination and Acceptance Forms are also available at the District office: 57 Baca Grant Way South, Crestone, Colorado or online at www.Bacawater.com. The Self-Nomination and Accep- tance Form or letter is to be sub- mitted to the Designated Election Official not later than 3:00 p.m. cn Friday, February 2., 20i0, 67 days prior to the regular election. A Self-Nomination and Acceptance Form that is not sufficient may be amended once at any ime prior to 3:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb- ruary 26, 2010. Affidavits of Intent to be a Write-In Candidate must be submitted to the Desi-c'n:ed Election Cficial by the close of business on Monday, March 1, 2010, 64 days prior to the regular election. NOT!CEI IS FURTHER GIVEN pursuant to Section 1-8-104, C.R.S., th applications for mail-in bal- lots may be filed with AJ BecK- man, the Designated Election Of- ficial of the District, 141 Union Boulevard, Suite 150, Lakewood, Colorado 80222,-188, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., unql ,the close of business on the Friday immediately preceding the regular election (Friday, April 30, 201nL except that if the aplicant wishes o receive the mail-in bal- lot bv mail, he application shall be filed no later than the close of business on the 7th day before the election (Tuesday, April 27, n10). *Two-year terms are used when vacancy has been filled by appoint- ment and any remaining unexpired portion of term must be filled by election. BCA GRANDE WATER AND SANITATION DISTRICT By /s/ AJ Beckman Designated Election Official Published: February 4, 2010 EST IN THE REAL PROPERTY I have a predilection for paint- BEING FORECLOSED, OR HAVE ing that lends joyousness to a CERTAIN RIGHTS OR SUFFER wall, --Pierre Auguste Renoir GOMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS 2009 YEARLY SALARIES FOR SAGUACHE COUNTY PCP 79{).00 PCP 2,334.64 PCP 5,378.36 Youth Coordinator 272.00 ADAD Youth Coordinator 928.00 Operator 3.2 36,515.76 Administrative Clerk 21,00.00 Dispatcher/Jailer 31,136.79 Road Supervisor 54,345.52 PCP 1,136.00 PCP 634.48 Dispatcher/Jailer 23,911.39 Shop Foreman 43,212.28 Social Services Director 46,931.20 Veteran Service Officer 6,590.00 Youth Coordinator 940.00 Fraud Investigator I 4,993.01 Library Clerk 17,220.75 OEM Director 11,692.00 PCP 5,454.69 PCP 9,897.67 Operator 4 38,524.42 Operator 3.1 36.241.18 PCP 3,666.01 PCP 4,453.63 Dispatcher/Jailer 27,492.87 V/A Coordinator/Traffic 30,330.47 PCP 532.09 Offic e Manager 27,734.54 PCP 6,434.44 PCP 6,807.74 Septic Inspection 2,760.00 PCP 3,984.00 PCP 10,155.12 Operator 3.2 36,19.64 PCP 276.00 Land Use Assistant 28.841.0) PCP 2,236.00 PCP 52.00 Overator 1.1 28,996.33 Maintenance 2,868 00 Olcerator 2.2 33,391.60 RAB Office Manager 32.045.56 PCP 3,698.67 PCP 1,329.20 PCP 3,650.32 Maintenance Supervisor 49,242.16 PCP I5,011.45 PCP 1,704.00 Lead Tech 26,533.60 PCP 3,616.00 Dispatcher 21,589.60 PCP 10,880.92 Clerk 21,142.24 Case Aid II 22,540.00 PCP 3,998.20 Disltcher/Jailer 31,407.02 PCP 12,460.12 Ooerator 2.1 32,024.80 Clerk 6,120.00 Delutv Treasurer 36,986.32 Land Use Clerk 1,066.00 Deputy 39,529.53 Clerk 4,140.8} Clerk 20,980.00 Assistant Office Manager ].2,183.17 PCP 6,5o8.12 'P i sn t chef / Jailer 12.958.26 Parttime Sargents 2.541.76 Onerator 3.2 36,8.q6.42 Utility 2 24,679.03 O,rator 3.1 35.150.32 Office Manager 2.654.08 PCP 968.00 PCP 8.414 55 Tinng Specialist 26,533 60 PCP 203.94 Operator 4 38,129.32 l.osl Tech II 24.188.00 Clerk I 43.035.03 Commissioner 43,844.16 PCP 1.200.00 C1 k 2,200.66 PCP 7,963.76 RN 4.714.50 Operator 3.2 37.910 42 PCP 15.796.97 PCP 3,454 31 Cook 544.00 Office Assistant 3,840.09 PCP 740.00 PCP 1,986.08 PCP 2.00 PemDorarv Summer Help 4.3v357 Receptionist 4,21q.00 Onerator 4 37.890.07 Clrk 23.476.00 O,'ator 4 38,752.57 PCP 4,531.52 p.p 531.48 PCP 2.5.1.73 PCP 6 845..o7 PCP 6.33213 PCP 2.51.6.00 Fispatcher 22294.40 ODerator 1.2 31.19%70 Overa tor 2.1 31.859.14 Operator 1 27.521.94 Dev,uty Assessor 35,877.40 LIT Administrator/ C-Administrator 53,1] 4.80 p 3,175.05 PCP 2,375 92 Jil er/Dispatcher 23 8 q5.19 PCP Supervisor 23,623.06 PCP Coordinator & Payroll 19,420 00 PCP 596.00 PCP 3,311.20 PCP 1,186.56 T.,"al Tech III 26.658.40 PCP 3,855.04 Temporary Summer 4,617.01 De-.utv Director/ Bookkeener 35385.36 Sarents Worker 94.64 PCP 26,652.50 IM Tech 6,978.12 PCP 5,469.30 Administrative Assistant 30,773.80 PCP 2.218.48 Librarian 20,980.00 Janitor 16,171.89 PCP 6,628.00 Appraiser 1,713.58 ADAD Youth Coordinator 508.00 Clerk & Recorder 43,828.80 Nursing Director 34,197.85 Sheriff 49,223.88 PCP 3,230.00 Office Aide 4,787.25 Summer Assistant 3,282.25 PCP 13,607.67 Commissioner 43,926.72 PCP 3,170.60 Cook 21,153.00 PCP 12,800.18 Immunization/Strepp C 15,024.31 PCP 5,038.00 PCP 264.00 PCP 2,826.50 Coroner 9,900.00 Operator 3.2 36,625.96 PCP 3,370.44 Payrolll/Benefits Clerk 26,556.35 Or;crater 1.2 30,567.01 Landfil Attendant 23,205.64 Youth Coordinator 576.00 PCP 2,252.00 Operator 1 18,316.86 Clerk 19.635.04 PCP 412.00 Tobacco/Prevention Coordinator 44,030.00 PCP 2,917.12 PCP 3,542.11 IM Tech Supervisor 36,338.32 Lndfill Attendant 23,205.64 PCP 2,532.80 Clerk 20.460.04 Operator IV 481455.00 Custodian 22,706.40 Ouerator IV 43,198.84 PCP 4,542.79 PCP 8,053 69 PCP 1,944.19 PCP 4,285.32 PCP 5,854.51 PCP 32.00 Commissioner 43.682.56 PCP 10.1 00 Assessor 43,817.28 Cseworker III 35,391.88 Clerk 14.575 15 Clprk 14.95.00 Utility Person 23.264.70 Child Protection 31,201.12 Deputy 34,123.34 Deputy 37,405.15 LU Clerk 8,738.00 PCP 224.00 PCP 1,092.00 Treasurer 43.819.20 PCP 5.347.76 Leeal Tech II 25,036.0{) PCP 624:19 PCP 2,8.36 PCP / Maintenance 4.038.18 PCP 11.773.71 Denuty Sheriff 30.804.62 PCP 8,742 88 Public Health Director 9,623.35 Receptionist 7,184.00 We]iness Ed./Chronic 26,813.62 Oerator 2.1 4,365.94 Housin Director 27.378.08 Undersberiff 45,534.40 Nursing Director 325.50 Deputv Sheriff 41,112.08 Investigator 45,588.54 Caseworker II 3L90.00 Clerk 29.820.04 Clerk I 20,487.20 IM Tech III 27,178.48 Cvseworker II 33,332.72 Co-County Administrator 50,449.00 Democrats t0 Meet The Saguache County Demo- cratic Party will be holding their Precinct Caucuses on March 16 at 7:00 p.m. at various locations. In In an election year, Democrats have to nominate candidates, write a platform and organize their ef- fort to get out the vote on Elec- tion Day. On the third Tuesday in March of each even-numbered year, Colorado Democrats hold precinct caucuses at specified lo- cations. Anyone can come to a precinct caucus, but not everyone can vote. In order to vote at any precinct caucus, the elector shall be a resident of the precinct for thirty days, shall have registered to vote no later than twenty-nine days before the caucus, and shall be affiliated with the political par- ty holding the caucus for at least two months as shown on the reg- istraion books of the county and recorder. There are some excep- tions: if you just turned 16 or just became a citizen, you are eligible. At every caucus, the agenda is the same. A person is elected as the chair to run the meeting. Someone else is elected to record the meeting. Two people are elect- ed precinct committee people as they represent their precinct on the IXnocratic Party's county central committee. Delegates are then elected to attend and par- ticipate in the Democratic county assembly. Resolutions and plat- form issues are then introduced, debated and then approved or re- jected. Please continue to watch the newspaper for locations of these free to contact Chairman Randy info or have questions, please feel meetings. If you need any further Arredondo at 719-221-2709. Use Your Library Monday - Thursday 10:00 a.m. - Adventures in Mongolia By Victoria Woodard DAY 28 -- BEASTLY MONGOLIAN INSECTS Last night was co!d, but it did- n't freeze. We got pretty heavy dew, which prompts us to discuss with Muugii how Americans pro- that word. (Patrick says "dyoo" but I say "duo"). Since we are in a valley with no trees in sight, the sun dries everything off quick- ly. I have a scary experience after breakfast. I walk quite a ways away from the camp to a clump of bushes that are about one foot tall. This is the most privacy that I can find for digging a cathole. I'm about to pull up my pants when I see a herd of about sixty horses running down the valley toward me. There is nothing to protect me from being trampled. Fortun- ately, they veer to the west when they see me and thunder by, dri- ven by one boy on horseback. After we break camp, we hed east on the temporary f:ontag :road. We see a big cloud of dust in the valley to the east, coming off the gravel-crus:hing operation for the highway. I sleep most of the day in the front seat, as I find freeways and road construction terminally boring. We stop in Erdenet to shop. We find spices for Hungarian goulash and stock up on our last require- ments of cheese and tinned fish and meat for lunch. Boggy stops the vehicl,e just east of Eflernet and spends a long time on the phone talking with his wife. It's not an attractive place to stop, with the railroad on the left and the copper mine on the right I don't know why he didn't call her earlier while we were shopping. Or maybe he did, and she didn't call back until now. Boggy seems to drive at one speed, whether he's on dirt track or a freeway. We are frustrated at how slowly he drives on this good road east of Erdenet, espec- ially considering how we suffered while he bounced us around at ex- cessive speed on no road earlier in the trip. It seems that he's try- mg to stretch today's journey to Amarbayasgalant Khiid Monastery, since we couldn't go the back way as our itinerary promised, due to flooding creeks. We finally arrive at the monas- tery about 4 p.m. We decide to wait and visit it tomorrow and go for a hike now (this is why we wanted Boggy to drive faster). We camp on a slope above the river, as Seleng, e Province is reputedly very mosquito ridden. Then Jim, Patrick and I head for the top of the hill behind the monas'.ery. The terrain proves to have a lot of calf.high scrub, which is infest-. ed with midges or gnats. They swarm around our faces, which drives me crazy. I finally tie one handkerchief over my head to pro- tect my ears, tie another hand- kerchief across my face to protect my nose, mouth and cheeks, pull my hat down over my forehead, put on my sunglasses to protect my eyes, turn up my collar to protect my neck and put on my gloves. A few bugs still manage to pet in my mouth. All these precautions make up for an unnleasant climb to the top of the hill, but we are rewarded by a breeze on the ridge that kees the bugs away. We glide downhill on the ridge top back toward our camp. It's glorious to be on top of the world. Ridge tops are my favorite place to hike. When we arrive in camp, Bog- gy jumps when he sees me look- ing like a bandit. I pull off the bandanas and discover that my forehead is covered with bites be- tween my eyebrows and my hat. Jim and Patrick didn't get any bites. Life's not fair. We sta cooking Hungarian goulash with our new spices, can- ned kidney beans, onions, bell peppers and tomatoes. We also cook curried cabbage and serve both over millet. This millet cooks perfectiy (unlike the former batca . In the middle of cooking, black clouds blow over and terrible gusts of wind buffet us. Patrick nails down the tent and holds onto it, and we all chase trash, clothes and ingredients across the mea- dow. It rains a little, but not too much, and the dinner turns out extremely well--if a little late. The sun seems to set, and then suddenly there it is again, sliding north down the side of a peak a- cross the valley from us. Our tent is in a beautiful little flower gar- den. Everywhere we walk it smells like thyme. (to be continued) 5:30 p.m. " :- Friday - 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Courage is a special kind of know- Saturday - 9:00 a.m. - 1'00 p.m. ledge, the knowledge of how to Tuesday and Thursday evening, fear what ought to be feared 7:00 - 9:00 v.m. and how not to fear what ought =: ::: =-- not to be feared. 'Subserivtlo ex'Dired?"i --David Ben-Gurion News From Town Hall REMINDER: 2010 Water and Se- wer Payment monthly cost: The monthly rate is $51.00 as of Jan- uary 1, 210. The monthly dead- line is th end of business day on the 16th to avoid late fee of $10.00 ($5.00 towards water; $5.00 to- wards sewer). If you have mis- placed or changed your mind and wish [o have a 2010 payment book- let, please let us kuow or stop by the Town Hall to pick up a copy. tU;INE$ LICENSE FEE for 2,10:2010 Business Licenses are due by Jnuary 31st. The cost is $12.00. f your business sells a tangible item, sales tax is to be collected and a business license obtained. You can obtain a license from Town Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thank you for your prompt atten- tion to acquiring the 2010 busi- ness license. ANIMAL SHELTER 2010 Contract with the Town of Saguache: The Town has a contract with Conour An;ma! ,cheter in ,rn+ Vis!a. ihior to taking a found dog or a dog you can no longer provide for, you need to contact Town Hall staff so th't we can advise the shelter that you will be taking a dog to their facility. At this time, stray, found or household cats cannot b cared for at this shel- ter. For further information, con- tact Town Hall or stop by with your questions. TOWN MEETING DATE for Feb- ruary 2C10: Usually, the Town meetings are held the third Mon- day of the month, however, for the r:cnth cf Febrt, a:'y, the third Mon- day is a holiday. For February 20.10, the town meeting will be Tuesday, February 16th. Meeting time is 7:00 p.m. If you wish to speak to the Trustees, please con- tact Town Hall to be placed on the agenda. HAITI RELIEF PARTNERSHIP with MVS Third Grade Class: Mrs. Sanchez's class has a relief do- nation program headed by the children in her class. There are various donation cans set up a- round Town for the public to share their money with 'the Haitian ref- ugees. The cans will be collected within a month. The Town Trus- tees learned of the children's ef- forts and made a decision to match up to $100 of the donations made. The Third Grade of Mountain Val- ley School District will provide these funds to the American Red Cross and ask that ,these funds:be used to help purchase/provide- clothing for Haitian children. REMINDER: Please contact the Town Hall if you need the water shut off or turned on for any rea- son. Also, please be careful and aware of the location of your curb boxes. Because of the shutting off or turning on of the water and the oversight of not knowing where the curb boxes are located; Curb boxes are being broken. Please DO NOT shut off or turn on the curb boxes yourselves; as this is a violation of Town Ordinances. REMINDER: The Town will be holding their Regular Election for Town Board members on Tues- day, April 6, 2010. There are four (4) Town Trustee positions open --three (3) Trustees for a 4-year term and one (1) Trustee for a 2- year term. If you are interested m serving on the Town Board and serving the community, please contact the Town Hall for details. Senior Menu $2.00 - 60 years or older $6.00 - under 60 years Wed., Feb. 3 -- Meat Loaf w/ Brown Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Strawberry Ap- plesauce, Wheat Bread Thurs., Feb. 4 -- Chicken Salad Sandwich, Whole Wheat Bread, Sliced Tomato, Lettuce, Confetti Slaw, Fresh Orange Man.. Feb. 8 -- Pot Roast-w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Lemon Herbed Broccoli, Apple Crisp, Wheat Dinner Roll Tues., Feb. 9- Posole, Sliced Squash/Zuccini, Sweet Rice w/ Raisins, Tortilla Wed., Feb. 10 -- Spaghetti and Meatballs, Herbed Green Beans, Side Salad, Garlic Bread, Sugar Cookie Thurs., Feb. 11 -- Frito Pie, Let. tuce, Tomato, Cheese, Carrot Coins, Crackers, Fruit Cocktail Business News Thinking of starting or growing your business? Free and confid- ential business counseling will be available in Saguache County on the third Thursday of the month in 2010. Contact Donna Wehe, SLV Small Business Development Cen- ter, 5875151 or donna@slv-sddc. com or go to www.coloradoshdc. org. Upcoming classes in Alamosa begin include Leading Edge ser- ies beginning February 3rd.