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LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to code 45805, the contents of B&D Mini Storage unit #138 will be sold at the facility on Saturday, October 6th at 9:00 am BFH legal 10016 September 27, 2018 October 4, 2018

SUMMONS FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION CV11-18-434 IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BOUNDARY MAGISTRATE DIVISION FRANK M. REICHERT and ROSEMARIE R. REICHERT, husband and wife; Plaintiffs, v. STEVE AVER, and any other occupants, subtenants, or assigns of the Subject Property,, Defendant. TO: STEVE AVER, and any other occupants, subtenants, or assigns of the Subject Property. You have been sued by DAVID FRANK M. REICHERT and ROSEMARIE R. REICHERT, Plaintiffs, in the District Court in and for Boundary County, Idaho. The nature of the claim against you is an action for unlawful detainer and possession of real property. Any time after 21 days following the last publication of this Summons, the court may enter a judgment against you without further notice, unless prior to that time you have filed a written response in the proper form, including the case number, and paid any required filing fee to the Clerk of the Court at 6452 Kootenai Street, #22, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805, (208) 267-5504 and served a copy of your response on the Plaintiff through its attorney Josh Hickey, whose mailing address and telephone number is: BERG, McLAUGHLIN & NELSON, Chtd., 312 S. First Avenue, Suite A, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864, (208) 267-4748. A copy of the Summons and the Complaint can be obtained by contacting either the Clerk of the Court or the Plaintiffs' attorney. If you wish legal assistance, you should immediately retain an attorney to advise you in this matter. DATED this 11th day of September, 2018. BOUNDARY COUNTY CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT By: Teri Navarro Deputy Clerk BFH Legal 10009 September 20, 27, 2018 October 4, 11, 2018

BOUNDARY COUNTY AIRPORT - REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS The Boundary County Airport is soliciting statements of qualifications and experience (SOQ) to be used in selecting a Principal Consultant to provide Architectural Engineering Services for Airport Development Projects for The Boundary County Airport. Services are outlined in FAA Advisory Circular 150/5100-14E, Change 1, Section 1.4.2 (Development) for the following project(s): Equipment Procurement Lighting, Signage, Navaids, and Electrical Equipment Storage Buildings Improvements Incidental Environmental Planning Access Road Construction and Improvement Avigation Easements Airfield Lighting Improvements and Upgrades Land Acquisition Airport Infrastructure Extensions and Strengthening Taxiway and Runway Construction, Wildlife Hazard Assessment Paving, and Maintenance Other Engineering Projects as Necessary Utility Improvements The work may be accomplished during the course of multiple grants. All parties are advised that some of the services may not be required and that the Sponsor reserves the right to initiate additional procurement action for any of the services included in the initial procurement. If more than one party is selected, the expected projects to be performed by each party will be defined, together with the statement of work and the required services, at the time of the procurement action. The Sponsor will provide notification to each firm of the projects they are being awarded. Selection criteria contained in the FAA Advisory Circular 150/5100-14E, will be applied with the following numerical rating factors assigned: CRITERIA RATING Capability to perform all or most aspects of the project and recent experience in 20 airport projects comparable to the proposed task. Key personnel's professional qualifications and experience and availability for the 15 proposed project; their reputation and professional integrity and competence; and their knowledge of FAA regulations, policies, and procedures. Capability to meet schedules or deadlines. 10 Quality of projects previously undertaken and capability to complete projects 15 without having major cost escalations or overruns Qualifications and experience of sub-consultants regularly engaged by the 5 consultant under consideration. Capability of a branch office that will do the work to perform independently of 10 the home office, or conversely, its capability to obtain necessary support from the home office. The use of geographic location may be a selection criteria provided its application leaves an appropriate number of qualified firms, given the nature and size of the project, to compete for the contract Ability to furnish qualified inspectors for construction inspection if applicable. 5 Understanding of the project's potential challenges and the Sponsor's special 20 concerns. Degree of interest shown in undertaking the project and their familiarity with 10 and proximity to the geographic location of the project. Capability to incorporate and blend aesthetic and architectural concepts with 10 the project design while accomplishing the basic requirements that transportation facilities be functional, safe, and efficient. In meeting the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) contract goal, 5 evidence documenting that the consultant met the DBE goal, or by documenting that it made adequate good faith efforts to meet the DBE goal. (See 49 CFR, § 26.53) Capability to conduct a Value Engineering (VE) study for projects that are 10 particularly complex or have unique features. Order 5100.38, Chapter 3, Subsection 3-57; AC 150/5300-15, Use of Value Engineering for Engineering and Design of Airport Grant Projects; and AC 150/5370-10, Standards for Specifying Construction of Airports, contain additional guidance on VE studies. Upon review of the submitted material, The Boundary County Airport may select a consultant based on the submitted material, or reduce the list of applicants to approximately three (3) for oral presentation. A detailed scope of work will be developed with the selected consultant. Firm consulting fees will be negotiated, utilizing an independent cost estimate as necessary, for the services to be performed under an FAA grant as approved by the FAA. This contract is subject to the provisions of Executive Order 11246 (Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Employment Opportunity) and to the provisions of Department of transportation Regulations 49 CFR Part 26 (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation). DBE firms are encouraged to submit. To be considered for these services, please provide three (3) copies, plus one (1) unbound copy of a Statement of Qualification (SOQ) no later than 5:00 p.m. on or before November 12, 2018. All responses must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked "Statement of Qualifications - Airport Engineering and Planning Services." The Statement of Qualifications should not exceed 30 pages. Questions or comments and submittals should be addressed to Boundary County Airport Manager, 64602 Highway 2, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805. BFH Legal 10020 October 4, 11, 2018

The following is a synopsis of the official Boundary County Commissioners' minutes per Idaho Code 31-819. Detailed minutes are available for public inspection at the Auditor's Office in the Courthouse during normal working hours. Minutes of open meetings held on July 2, 2018 through July 31, 2018. Approved Motions: Sign: Certificates of Residency, 8038G forms for 1st & 2nd Caterpillar Pay for Use Agreements, Categorical Exclusion form for R&K Hangar proposal, ITD Ofc. of Hwy Safety Grant Agreement & documents for Drager Alcohol Breath testing instrument, North Ridge Estates amended plat map, Second Chance Animal Shelter Agreement, Kootenai Tribe Contract for Law Enforcement Svcs, City/County Dispatch Agreement, Selkirk Sealcoat Independent Contractor Agreement, Bogie & Sons Roofing and Siding Independent Contractor Agreement, Soil & Water Conservation Commission standardized letter of support for Boundary Soil Conservation Dist., Support letter for Samuels boat check station, Payment in lieu of taxes class action lawsuit; KC Pest & Weed Control, Selkirk Sealcoat & Bogie & Sons Roofing and Siding Independent Contractor Agreements, Letter to IDL Real Estate Svcs Bureau expressing interest to acquire the armory, Public Safety Communications Commission FY2019 Dedicated Enhanced Emergency Communications Grant Fee Fund Application, In-kind agreement letter for Boundary County Victim Svcs, Bonners Ferry Family Medicine Contract for medical Svcs, Mtn View Heights 3 rd Addition final plat map, Addendum E to Svc Level Agreement Electronic Transaction & Access for PayPort Electronic Payments for Solid Waste, Comment letter pertaining to Bog Crk Rd draft EIS; Adopt resolutions to authorize transfer of excess sale proceeds to State Treasurer, To increase fy 2017-2018 Justice Fund Sheriff budget & Adopt FY 18-19 Solid Waste fee schedule; Instruct advisory boards to advertise for new members when needed; Sustain Assessor's valuations for parcel #RPB0080006009AA & parcel #RPB07800050050A; Draft letter requesting extension to comment on the Bog Crk Rd project; Solid Waste water truck repairs; 6/18-6/19, 6/25-6/26, 7/9-7/10, 7/16-6/17/18 minutes; Cancel/extend various taxes; Change land category to 81 & delete value on parcel #RPB00000345759A; Bogie & Sons Roofing and Siding bid; Designate Potlatch No. 1 Federal Credit Union, Wells Fargo Bk, Mtn West Bk & Columbia State Bk as depositories; Treasurer's report dated 6/30/18; Selkirk Sealcoat quote; Solid Waste application for fee increase & new fees; Rename Land Use Ord. 2017-1A, Land Use Zone Map, Airport Overlay, Flood Prevention Ord. & Re: Land Use Ord. fees; Adopt ordinance to rename Land Use Ord. 2017-1A, Land Use Zone Map, Airport Overlay, Flood Prevention Ord. & Resolution regarding Land Use Ord. fees; NW Grading bid for Deep Crk Lp MP 1.1 ERF248 Repair project. Denied Motions: None. Commissioners reviewed claims for payment. Fund totals are as follows: Current Expense ($)24,264.61, Road/Bridge 83,459.59, Airport 3,200.93, Dist. Court 22,823.95, Justice Fund 25,905.87, 911 Funds 6,832.78, Historical Society/Museum 19,000, Hospital, Operation 75,212.50, Indigent/Charity 12,658.44, Jr. College Tuition 5,350, Parks/Rec 4,409.46, Animal Damage Control 5,000, Solid Waste 17,379.01, Tort 101,415.50, Vets Memorial 396.57, Weeds 2,257.58, Restorium 11,911.59, Waterways 357.73, Grant, Selkirk Coop Weed Mgmt 499.98, Grant, Boat Safety 20, Hospital Supplemental Levy 146,552.70, Grant, Emergency Communication 1,487.50. TOTAL $570,396.29. Trusts: Auditor's - *Misc 3,670, Boundary Co. Drug Court 139.52, Motor Vehicle Acct 116.75, Sheriff's Fund 567, Tax Deed Sale 10,252.01, Sheriff's Posse 359.33, Odyssey Court Account 20,992.60, Odyssey Bond Acct 3,149, Odyssey Restitution Acct 1,038.68. TOTAL $40,284.89. GRAND TOTAL $610,681.18. Payroll claims $615,251.09. Citizens are invited to inspect detailed records on file in the Courthouse (individual claims & Commissioners' allowance & warrant register record 2017-2018). BFH Legal 10012 October 4, 2018

NOTICE OF PENDING ISSUE OF TAX DEED STATE OF IDAHO COUNTY OF BOUNDARY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, AS FOLLOWS: That a delinquent entry was entered as of January 1, 2014 in the records of the COUNTY TREASURER, TAX COLLECTOR OF BOUNDARY COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, for the following described properties and that the name of the last known address of the record owners of said properties are as follows: 1 RPB00000226632A TAX 228 SEC 22 T62N R1E GARRETT DENNIS M 6652 CHIPPWEA DRIVE BONNERS FERRY ID 83805 $3,728.44 2 RPB00000226633A TAX 227 SEC 22 T62N RIE GARRETT DENNIS M 6652 CHIPPWEA DRIVE BONNERS FERRY ID 83805 $10,078.98 Said delinquent entries were made in respect of unpaid taxes assessed for the year 2013. Additional cost of advertising and interest will be charged to the date of payment. You are further notified that if said delinquent entry is not redeemed at the Treasurer's Office, Room 27, in the Boundary County Courthouse, I shall make application to the Boundary County Commissioners at a Hearing to be held on November 26, 2018 at 10:00 AM, for a TAX DEED conveying the above described property to Boundary County, State of Idaho, absolute title, free of all encumbrances, except any lien for taxes which may have attached subsequently to the assessment herein above referred to. You are further notified that the record owner or owners or any party of interest as defined by Section 63-1005 Idaho Code may appear in person or by counsel and be heard, and cross examine any evidence appearing therein, and to obtain and present evidence on behalf of said record owner, owners of said party in interest. That all inquired or objections shall be directed concerning this notice and the information contained herein to the Boundary County Treasurer, Boundary County Courthouse, Room 27, P.O. Box 218, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805, Phone 208-267-3291, no later than five (5) days prior to the Hearing date noted above. Susan M Larson Boundary County Treasurer and Ex-officio Tax Collector BFH Legal 10019 October 4, 11, 18, 25, 2018

NOTICE UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT In accordance with the requirements of title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the City of Bonners Ferry will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities. Employment: The City does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its hiring or employment practices and complies with all regulations promulgated by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission under title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Effective Communication: The City will generally, upon request, provide appropriate aids and services leading to effective communication for qualified persons with disabilities so they can participate equally in its programs, services, and activities, including qualified sign language interpreters, documents in Braille, and other ways of making information and communications accessible to people who have speech, hearing, or vision impairments. Modifications to Policies and Procedures: The City will make all reasonable modifications to policies and programs to ensure that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to enjoy all its programs, services, and activities. For example, individuals with service animals are welcomed in City offices, even where pets are generally prohibited. Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a City program, service, or activity, should contact the office of the City Administrator, City of Bonners Ferry, (208) 267-3105 as soon as possible but no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event. The ADA does not require the City to take any action that would fundamentally alter the nature of its programs or services, or impose an undue financial or administrative burden. Complaints that a City program, service, or activity is not accessible to persons with disabilities should be directed to the office of the City Administrator, City of Bonners Ferry, PO Box 149, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805; telephone (208) 267-3105 during the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM. The City will not place a surcharge on a particular individual with a disability or any group of individuals with disabilities to cover the cost of providing auxiliary aids/services or reasonable modifications of policy, such as retrieving items from locations that are open to the public but are not accessible to persons who use wheelchairs. Se le puede proveer esta notificación en un formato accesible para las personas discapacidades y/o personas con conocimientos limitados del inglés a pedido. BFH Legal 10018 October 4, 2018

STATE TIMBER SALE CR200320, PETERSON FACE A public oral auction will be conducted at the Idaho Department of Lands office, 6327 Main Street, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805, at 10:00 a.m. local time, on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 for an estimated 2,505 MBF of timber marked or otherwise designated for cutting. In addition, there is an unestimated volume of forest products that may be removed at the option of the purchaser. Prior to bidding, eligible bidders shall present a certified check or bank draft payable to Treasurer, State of Idaho, or a bid bond acceptable to the State, in the amount of $74,279.80 which is 10% of the appraised net sale value of $742,798.00. The successful bidder's deposit will be forfeited to the State should the bidder fail to complete the contract. The State will not accept bids from parties who are delinquent on payments on existing state contracts. The average starting minimum bid price is $316.89 per MBF. The sale is located within Section 16, Township 61N, Range 01E, B.M., Boundary County, State of Idaho. Sale duration is 3 years. The sale may include blowdown and/or insect and disease infected timber which may result in additional volume and recovery reductions. Interested purchasers should carefully examine the sale and make their own estimates as to volume recovery, surface conditions, and proposed construction prior to bidding on the sale. Additional information concerning the timber and conditions of sale is available to the public and interested bidders on the department's timber sale website at http://web.idl.idaho.gov/timbersale/Search.aspx or from the Idaho Department of Lands office, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Please note purchaser insurance requirements posted on the timber sale website. The State Board of Land Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids provided that good and sufficient grounds for rejecting the bid shall be stated in the rejection notice and shall not be in violation of applicable law. If you are disabled and need some form of accommodation, please call (208) 267-5577 five days prior to the date of sale. For text telephone services, please call 1-800-377-3529. BFH Legal 10001 September 20, 27, 2018 October 4, 11, 2018

NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE (Adult or Emancipated Minor) Case No. CV11-18-447 IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE 1ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT FOR THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BOUNDARY IN RE: Leonard Roy Phillips A Petition to change the name of Leonard Roy Phillips, now residing in the City of Bonners Ferry, State of Idaho, has been filed in the District Court in Boundary County, Idaho. The name will change to Leonard Roy Diehl. The reason for the change in name is: I've had this name since 1978, changed it to my step fathers name. A hearing on the petition is scheduled for 9:30 o'clock a.m. on 10.22.2018 at the Boundary County Courthouse. Objections may be filed by any person who can show the court a good reason against the name change. Date: September 17, 2018. GLENDA POSTON CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT By: Jamie Wilson Deputy Clerk BFH Legal 10013 September 27, 2018 October 4, 11, 18, 2018

PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO PROPOSE OR PROMULGATE NEW OR CHANGED AGENCY RULES The following agencies of the state of Idaho have published the complete text and all related, pertinent information concerning their intent to change or make the following rules in the latest publication of the state Administrative Bulletin. The proposed rule public hearing request deadline is October 17, 2018, unless otherwise posted. The proposed rule written comment submission deadline is October 24, 2018, unless otherwise posted. (Temp & Prop) indicates the rulemaking is both Temporary and Proposed. (*PH) indicates that a public hearing has been scheduled. IDAPA 07 - DIVISION OF BUILDING SAFETY PO Box 83720, Meridian, ID 83642 07-0301-1801, Rules of Building Safety. Removes obsolete provisions regarding energy conservation; increases maximum hot water piping length in public lavatories. IDAPA 08 - STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION/DEPT OF EDUCATION PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0037 08-0104-1801, Residency. Amends residency requirements for determining in-state eligibility. 08-0113-1802, Rules Governing the Opportunity Scholarship Program. Amends student eligibility and application requirements to allow for a portion of the Opportunity Scholarship awards to be used for individuals who have earned 24 or more postsecondary credits. 08-0202 - Rules Governing Uniformity: 08-0202-1802, Creates an alternate route to certification for non-traditional educators to earn an administrator certificate. 08-0202-1803, Updates terminology and makes technical corrections to the educator credential requirements. 08-0202-1804, Clarifies types of "additional evidence demonstrating effective teaching" that are authorized as evidence for the Professional Endorsement pursuant to Section 33-1201A, Idaho Code. 08-0202-1805, Establishes Occupational Specialist Certificate endorsement requirements. 08.02.03 - Rules Governing Thoroughness: 08-0203-1803, Provides an exemption for qualified students from taking senior math; updates reference to Algebra to add integrated math; removes restrictions on computer science courses; clarifies and expand senior project. 08-0203-1804, Updates the content standards for secondary career technical programs by adding several content subcategories and amends current Collision Repair standards. 08-0501-1801, Rules Governing Seed and Plant Certification. Updates the Idaho Potato Certification Standards that are incorporated by reference to the 2018 version. IDAPA 11 - IDAHO STATE POLICE / IDAHO STATE BRAND BOARD PO Box 1177, Meridian, ID 83680-1177 11-0201-1801, Rules of the Idaho State Brand Board. Increases cattle brand inspection fees by $.25 cents and the minimum brand inspection fee to $20. IDAPA 13 - DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME PO Box 25, Boise, ID 83707 13.01.08 - Rules Governing the Taking of Big Game Animals in the State of Idaho: 13-0108-1802, Excludes any moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, or grizzly bear controlled hunt tag drawn by a parent or grandparent from designation to their child or grandchild. 13-0108-1803, Allows hunters 65 years of age or older or hunters with a senior combination hunting, disabled combination license or nonresident disabled American Veteran hunting license to be eligible to participate in any second application period for youth only controlled hunts. 13-0108-1804, Allows certain caliber airguns using pre-charged pneumatic power as a method of take for big game, including in short-range weapon seasons. 13-0108-1805, (Temp & Prop) Would no longer allow regular controlled hunt applications to be submitted by mail. 13-0109-1805, Rules Governing the Taking of Game Birds in the State of Idaho. Creates the administrative framework for the Fish and Game Commission to adopt Landowner Permission Hunt (LPH) seasons for turkeys in areas of the state to manage turkey depredation on private lands and to provide landowners with turkey hunting opportunities where turkey hunting is controlled. 13-0110-1802, Rules Governing the Importation, Possession, Release, Sale, or Salvage of Wildlife. (Temp & Prop) Prohibits, with certain exceptions, the importation of carcasses or other parts of wild deer, elk, or moose from another state, province of Canada, or country with any documented case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) and to create additional transport prohibitions if the Commission designates any part of Idaho as a CWD Management Zone. 13-0116-1802, The Trapping of Predatory and Unprotected Wildlife and the Taking of Furbearing Animals. Revises the distance that ground sets for trapping furbearing animals or predatory or unprotected wildlife may be placed from maintained public trails that are paved or unpaved. 13-0117-1801, Rules Governing the Use of Bait and Trapping for Taking Big Game Animals. Revises the distance that ground sets for trapping gray wolves may be placed from maintained public trails that are paved or unpaved. IDAPA 16 - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0036 16-0201-1801, Rules of the Idaho Time Sensitive Emergency System Council. Incorporates by reference the 2019-1 Edition of the Time Sensitive Emergency Standards Manual; clarifies the designation fee structure and enforcement procedures for failure to make annual payments for facilities choosing to pay designation fees on a yearly basis. 16-0202-1801, Rules of the Idaho Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Physician Commission. Incorporates by reference the Idaho Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Physician Commission Standards Manual, 2019 Edition. 16-0303-1801, Rules Governing Child Support Services. Increases federally-mandated annual child support services fee from $25 to $35 and increases the threshold for imposing the fee to $550. 16-0304-1801, Rules Governing the Food Stamp Program in Idaho. Defines self-employment and includes a referral process for the state's mandatory employment and training program; updates participation in the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), now known as the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs. 16-0308-1801, Rules Governing the Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho (TAFI) Program. Excludes children under age 18 who receive SSI from household when determining eligibility and grant amount. 16.03.09 - Medicaid Basic Plan Benefits: *16-0309-1801, (*PH) Allows eligible Critical Access Hospitals to designate additional acute care beds as swings beds to provide necessary care for individuals. *16-0309-1804, (*PH) Updates and establishes standards for laboratory and radiology services, coverages and limitations, provider reimbursement and quality assurance. *16-0309-1805, (*PH) Adds new definitions, participant safeguards, quality assurance, and procedural requirements to implement a fixed participant enrollment process and support the value-based model through the existing Healthy Connections Program. *16-0309-1806, (*PH) Clarifies that drugs acquired through the federal 340B drug pricing program and dispensed by 340B contract pharmacies are not covered, including investigational drugs. *16-0309-1807, (*PH) Implements processes to improve the Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) program. *16-0309-1808, (*PH) Updates definitions and clarifies qualifications for providers of Skills Building/Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) in schools and in the community. *16-0309-1810, (*PH) Removes the prenatal exemption language from the third-party liability rules to align with changes in the federal Balanced Budget Act of 2018. *16-0310-1807, Medicaid Enhaced Plan Benefits. (*PH) (Temp & Prop) Requires termination of enrollment when participant no longer meets HCBS eligibility criteria, as required by the Social Security Act. 16-0504-1801, Rules of the Idaho Council on Domestic Violence and Victim Assistance Grant Funding. Incorporates by reference the 2019-1 edition (revision effective July 1, 2019) of the "Minimum Standards for Domestic Violence Offender Intervention Programs." IDAPA 17 - IDAHO INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0041 17-0206-1801, Employer's Reports. Clarifies the requirements for submission of Summaries of Payment and filing of closing documents to reflect Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) filing. 17-0207-1801, Procedures to Obtain Compensation. Removes documents previously incorporated by reference and instead references them in rule guidelines to be used for the proper reporting of claims electronically. 17.02.10 - Administrative Rules of the Industrial Commission Under the Workers' Compensation Law - Security for Compensation - Insurance Carriers: 17-0210-1801, Clarifies requirements for electronic submissions by insurance carriers of First Reports of Injury and Claims for Benefits, notices of occupational illness, and fatalities; eliminates the need to submit paper documentation in support of electronically-filed initial payments. *17-0210-1802, (*PH) Establishes conditions and procedures for the use of electronic fund transfers and access cards to pay benefits due to injured workers by insurance carriers. 17.02.11 - Administrative Rules of the Industrial Commission Under the Workers' Compensation Law - Security for Compensation - Self-Insured Employers: 17-0211-1801, Clarifies requirements for electronic submissions by self-insured employers of First Reports of Injury and Claims for Benefits, notices of occupational illness, and fatalities; eliminates the need to submit paper documentation in support of electronically-filed initial payments. *17-0211-1802, (*PH) Establishes conditions and procedures for the use of electronic fund transfers and access cards to pay benefits due to injured workers by self-insured employers. IDAPA 18 - DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0043 18-0130-1801, Individual Disability and Group Supplemental Disability Insurance Minimum Standards Rule. Aligns rule to HCR 45 (2018) by revising language related to exclusions for hearing aids so that hearing loss interventions will be covered by health insures with certain parameters. 18-0170-1801, Rules Governing Small Employer Health Insurance Availability Act Plan Design. Aligns rule to HCR 45 (2018) by revising language related to exclusions for hearing aids so that hearing loss interventions will be covered by health insures with certain parameters. IDAPA 24 - BUREAU OF OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0063 24-0301-1801, Rules of the State Board of Chiropractic Physicians. Allows Board to consider current qualifications for applicants by endorsement, applicant would not be required to take and pass SPEC exam; clarifies procedure and sets fee for active status licensure; includes procedure for clinical nutritional certification; addresses continuing education options; removes obsolete provisions. 24-0501-1801, Rules of the Board of Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals. Allows the Board to approve apprenticeship programs for individuals to obtain experience and education to qualify for a Class II or Class III license in less time; clarifies one year experience requirement; deletes obsolete provisions. 24-0601-1801, Rules for the Licensure of Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants. Clarifies rule regarding supervision of occupational therapy assistants, limited permit holders, and aides; removes outdated language; clarifies supervision and recordkeeping requirements; updates Code of Ethics; specifies factors Board considers for criminal or disclipinary action. 24-0801-1801, Rules of the State Board of Morticians. Establishes that a licensee's certificate of authority expires when their license goes inactive, and provides that it may be reissued when their licensed is returned to active status. 24-0901-1802, Rules of the Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators. Allows Board to review applications received less than 7 days prior to a board meeting and provide clear notice of the denial of an application for lack of activity; improves continuing education options; clarifies expiration of a temporary permit; removes outdated language. 24-1101-1801, Rules of the State Board of Podiatry. Removes obsolete language; removes limit of continuing education that can be obtained online; expands CE options to include variety of formats. 24.12.01 - Rules of the Idaho State Board of Psychologist Examiners: 24-1201-1801, Board has adopted the National Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) as the national competency exam that applicants for licensure must pass. 24-1201-1802, Establishes the qualifications for provisional certification of prescriptive authority and certification of prescriptive authority and fees for certification. 24-1301-1801, Rules Governing the Physical Therapy Licensure Board. Per HB 505 (2018) implements the practice of dry needling, including establishing education and training requirements, as well as informed consent requirements. 24-1401-1801, Rules of the State Board of Social Work Examiners. Allows Board to use the Social Work Registry administered by ASWB as a reliable source of credentialing information; waives exam requirement for applicants for licensure by endorsement who have actively practiced in another state but were not required to pass an exam at the time they obtained a social work license. 24-1501-1802, Rules of the Idaho Licensing Board of Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists. Clarifies rules regarding group supervision and informed consent requirements for patients; increases portability of licenses; increases flexibility for obtaining continuing education requirements. 24-1701-1801, Rules of the State Board of Acupuncture. Clarifies requirements and qualifications for an acupuncture trainee permit; establishes supervision standards for licensed and certified acupuncturists who provide supervision to trainees and technicians. 24-1801-1802, Rules of the Real Estate Appraiser Board. Reduces application, registration, licensure and temporary permit fees. 24-1901-1801, Rules of the Board of Examiners of Residential Care Facility Administrators. Qualifies work experience in a nursing home facility by a licensed nursing home administrator for licensure as a residential care facility administrator. 24-2501-1801, Rules of the Idaho Driving Businesses Licensure Board. Allows Board to consider applications received less than 7 days before a board meeting; provides a waiver for the Instructor Apprenticeship Training Program and expands requirement that instructor be licensed for 5 years to qualify; eliminates 5 year continuous driver education experience requirement to teach in private driving school; addresses continuing education requirements. 24-2601-1801, Rules of the Idaho Board of Midwifery. Updates two documents incorporated by reference to reflect the most current publications; deletes obsolete waiver language; clarifies current cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification for licensure renewal. 24-2801-1802, Rules of the Barber and Cosmetology Services Licensing Board. New chapter implements SB 1324 (2018) by combining Boards of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners; sets fees; reduces minimum hours of instruction for cosmetology, barber-stylist, and electrology licenses; creates new certificate for make-up artistry only; creates a registration for retail thermal styling equipment dealers to do limited demonstration on potential customers; specifies what services a licensee may perform outside a licensed establishment; provides for the transfer of instructional hours between professions; and modernizes safety and disinfection requirements. IDAPA 27 - IDAHO BOARD OF PHARMACY PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0067 27-0101-1801, General Provisions. Adds definition for "DME Outlet" and removes definition for "MPJE"; addresses unprofessional conduct regarding misbranded or adulterated products. 27-0102-1802, Rules Governing Licensure and Registration. Adds pharmaceutical manufacturer registration requirements; eliminates the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam (MPJE) as a precondition to pharmacist licensure; makes technical corrections. 27-0103-1801, Rules Governing Pharmacy Practice. Includes rules from IDAPA 27.01.06, which is being repealed. 27-0104-1802, Rules Governing Pharmacist Prescriptive Authority. Implements HB 191 regarding prescribing certain drugs approved by the FDA for mild conditions or when providing care due to clinical gaps or to supplement an infusion order. 27-0105-1801, Rules Governing Drug Compounding. Minor changes conform rule to federal law and current practice. 27-0106-1801, Rules Governing DME, Manufacturing, and Distribution. Chapter repeal. IDAPA 28 - IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0093 28-0203-1802, Rules of the Idaho Regional Travel and Convention Grant Program. Defines and clarifies allowable costs of the Idaho Regional Travel and Convention Grant Program. IDAPA 31 - IDAHO PUBLIC UTLITIES COMMISSION PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0074 31-1101-1801, Safety and Accident Reporting Rules for Utilities Regulated by the Idaho Public Utilities Commission. Updates the National Electrical Safety Code, incorporated by reference, to the 2017 edition. 31-71-03-1801, Railroad Safety and Accident Reporting Rules. Adds commercially bottled water as source of drinking water for employees. IDAPA 35 - IDAHO STATE TAX COMMISSION PO Box 36, Boise, ID 83722-0410 35-0101-1804, Income Tax Administrative Rules. Deletes the reference to a partnership interest as nonqualifying property for the Idaho capital gains deduction. 35.01.02 - Idaho Sales and Use Tax Administrative Rules: 35-0102-1802, Provides guidance to taxpayers on the administrative appeals process; addresses motor vehicles including gifts, military personnel and exemptions; directs financial institutions to obtain a permit if they are collecting sales tax for proper reporting. 35-0102-1803, Adds "out-of-state" seller to list of entities that are retailers; exempts food and beverages donated to individuals or nonprofit organizations; adds to exemptions for research and development at INL; changes standards for valuing a vehicle in absence of bill of sale and creates subcategories; clarifies the process for requesting refund of sales tax paid in error or related to bad debt; provides direction on proper execution of approved exemption claim form. 35-0103-1801, Property Tax Administrative Rules. Corrects a transcription error to this docket. 35-0201-1801, Tax Commission Administration and Enforcement Rules. Adds the interest rate for calendar year 2018 and the Revenue Ruling where the federal rate for the calculation can be found. IDAPA 38 - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0075 38-0501-1801, Rules of the Division of Purchasing. Addresses the format for preserving purchasing records within the purchasing authority; adds a solicitation method to allow for competitive negotiations, when justified; clarifies the use of electronic communications during the solicitation process; identifies additional examples of potentially exempt acquisitions; adds a provision concerning information technology purchased through a reseller. IDAPA 39 - IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT PO Box 7129, Boise ID 83707-1129 39-0301-1801, Rules Governing Definitions Regarding Overlegal Permits. Chapter repeal. 39-0301-1802, Rules Governing Defintions Regarding Special Permits. New chapter provides definitions related to the permitting of commercial motor vehicles and/or combinations. 39-0302-1801, Rules Governing Movement of Disabled Vehicles. New chapter provides the safety conditions, weight limits and time of travel requirements for the movement of disabled vehicles by special permit. 39-0303-1801, Rules Governing Special Permits - General Conditions and Requirements. New chapter provides the general safety conditions and travel requirements for special permitted vehicles and/or loads; gives the Department and local highway jurisdictions permit issuing authority; imposes fees for various special permits; provides the permittee general responsibilities when operating under any special permit. 39-0304-1801, Rules Governing Movement of Disabled Vehicles. Chapter repeal. 39-0304-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits - Overweight Non-Reducible. Provides specific safety conditions and travel requirements for the movement of overweight non-reducible permitted vehicles and/or loads; provides engineering analysis procedures for special permitting of vehicles and/or loads that exceed various bridge ratings. 39-0305-1801, Rule Governing Variable Load Suspension Axles. Chapter repeal. 39-0305-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits - Oversize Non-Reducible. New chapter provides specific safety conditions and travel requirements of non-reducible (size only) permitted vehicles and/or loads provides specific safety requirements for escort vehicles for oversize vehicles and/or loads. 39-0306-1801, Rules Governing Allowable Vehicle Size. Chapter repeal. 39-0306-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits for Extra-Length/Excess Weight, Up to 129,000 Pound Vehicle Combinations. Establishes the specific safety conditions, travel requirements and the designated routes for extra-length/excess weight, over 80,000 pounds, and up to 129,000 pounds vehicle combinations; provides the requirements for the request of additional 129,000 pound designated routes. 39-0307-1801, Rules Governing Restricted Routes for Semitrailers. Chapter repeal. 39-0307-1802, Rules Governing Special Permits for Reducible Loads. New chapter provides the maximum sizes allowed by special permits for specific Department-approved reducible loads. 39-0308-1801, Rules Governing Self-Propelled Snowplows. New chapter establishes safety requirements and standardizes the lighting systems for overwidth or overweight, or both, snowplows operating under special permits. The following chapters are being repealed as part of the consolidation and repromulgation of the commercial vehicle permitting rules: 39-0309-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permits - General Conditions and Requirements 39-0310-1801, Rules Governing When an Overlegal Permit is Required 39-0311-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permittee Responsibility and Travel Restrictions 39-0312-1801, Rules Governing Safety Requirements of Overlegal Permits 39-0313-1801, Rules Governing Overweight Permits 39-0314-1801, Rules Governing Policy During Spring Breakup Season 39-0315-1801, Rules Governing Excess Weight Permits for Reducible Loads 39-0316-1801, Rules Governing Oversize Permits for Non-Reducible Vehicles and/or Loads 39-0317-1801, Rules Governing Permits for Manufactured Homes, Modular Buildings, and Office Trailers 39-0318-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permits for Relocation of Buildings or Houses 39-0319-1801, Rules Governing Annual Overlegal Permits 39-0320-1801, Rules Governing Application for Special Permits 39-0321-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permit Fees 39-0322-1801, Rules Governing Overlegal Permits for Extra-Length, Excess Weight, and Up to 129,000 Pound Vehicle Combinations 39-0323-1801, Rules Governing Revocation of Overlegal Permits 39-0324-1801, Rules Governing Self-Propelled Snowplows 39-0325-1801, Rules Governing Lights on Snow Removal Equipment IDAPA 47 - DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0037 47-0102- 1801, Rules and Minimum Standards Governing Extended Employment Services. Adds and amends definitions; updates and clarifies the application process, evaluation of the eligibility requirements, process for payment services and submission of individual program plans, and record retention requirements. IDAPA 49 - CERTIFIED SHORTHAND REPORTERS BOARD PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0063 49-0101-1801, Rules of Procedure of the Idaho Certified Shorthand Reporters Board. Removes references to "executive secretary" position; allows Board to consider certain factors when reviewing an applicant with criminal or disciplinary history. IDAPA 55 - DIVISION OF CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0037 55-0103-1801, Rules of Career Technical Schools. Changes the model used for career technical school funding; adds defintions; removes outdated terms. IDAPA 59 - PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF IDAHO PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0078 59-0106-1802, PERSI Retirement Rules. Requires an employer who not is eligible to participate in other sick leave pools and wants to voluntarily participate in the subdivision unused sick leave pool, as established by state law, to annually update and submit an application for participation in the pool; new section terminates employers failing to meet the participation or funding requirements and allows an employer to withdraw from pool but not rejoin. IDAPA 60 - IDAHO STATE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0083 *60-0501-1801, Resource Conservation and Rangeland Development Program. (*PH) Removes outdated references; adds or changes provisions to streamline the loan application process; updates credit guidelines; give mores flexibility to set maximum loan amounts. IDAPA 61 - STATE PUBLIC DEFENSE COMMISSION 816 W. Bannock St., Suite 201, Boise, ID 83702 61-0104-1801, Rules Governing Procedures and Forms for the Application and Disbursement of Indigent Defense Grants. Establishes the process and requirements for counties to apply for grants to comply with the Indigent Defense Standards. NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF TEMPORARY RULE ONLY IDAPA 18 - DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 18-0154-1802, Rule to Implement the NAIC Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards Model Act (eff. 10-1-18)T IDAPA 27 - IDAHO BOARD OF PHARMACY 27-0103-1802, Rules Governing Pharmacy Practice (eff. 10-3-18)T IDAPA 29 - IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION 29-0103-1802, Rules Governing Nominations for Appointment as a Commissioner to the Idaho Potato Commission (eff. 8-29-18)T NOTICES OF PROCLAMATION IDAPA 13 - IDAHO FISH AND GAME COMMISSION / DEPT OF FISH AND GAME 13.01.07 - Rules Governing the Taking of Upland Game Animals 13-0107-1801AP - Notice of Amended Proclamation 13.01.09 - Rules Governing the Taking of Big Game Animals in the State of Idaho 13-0109-1804P - Notice of Proclamation NOTICES OF INTENT TO PROMULGATE - NEGOTIATED RULEMAKING IDAPA 02 - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 02-0414-1801, Rules Governing Dairy Products (2 ND Notice) (See Bulletin for meeting info) Please refer to the Idaho Administrative Bulletin October 3, 2018, Volume 18-10, for the notices and text of all rulemakings, proclamations, information and schedules for negotiated rulemaking meeting and public hearing, executive orders of the Governor, and contact information. Issues of the Idaho Administrative Bulletin can be viewed at www.adminrules.idaho.gov/ Office of the Administrative Rules Coordinator, Dept. of Administration, PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0306 Phone: 208-332-1820; Email: rulescoordinator@adm.idaho.gov BFH Legal 10017 October 4, 2018

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE On Thursday, the 3rd day of January, 2019, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day at Boundary Abstract Co. Ltd., 6430 Kootenai St., Bonners Ferry, in the County of Boundary, State of Idaho, Ryan M. Fawcett, as Successor Trustee, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in lawful money of the United States, all payable at the time of sale, the following described real property situated in the County of Boundary, State of Idaho, and described as follows, towit: A tract of land lying wholly within the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 16, Township 62 North, Range 2 East of the Boise Meridian, Boundary County, Idaho; more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the north line of the SW1/4 NE1/4 which is S89°41'27"W, 623.22 feet from the northeast corner of the SW1/4 NE1/4; thence leaving said north line S0°14'46"E, 431.00 feet to the northerly right of way of U.S. Highway No. 2; thence along said right of way on a curve to the right having a central angle of 2°23'22", a radius of 5679.58 feet, for an arc length of 236.87 feet (chord = S88°01'21"W, 236.85 feet); thence leaving said right of way N0°18'46"W, 437.89 feet to the north line of the SW1/4 NE1/4 of Section 16; thence along said north line N89°41'27"E, 237.25 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. The Successor Trustee has no knowledge of a more particular description of the abovereferenced real property, but for purposes of compliance with Section 60-113, Idaho Code, the Successor Trustee has been informed that the street address of 286 Pine St., Moyie Springs fka County Rd. 61 Maas Loop, Moyie Springs, Idaho, is sometimes associated with said real property. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the Deed of Trust executed by JONATHEN D ZIELINSKI and JULIE E ZIELINSKI, Grantor, to Ryan M. Fawcett, Successor Trustee, for the benefit and security of FIRST SECURITY BANK, N.A., recorded March 28, 1997, as Instrument No. 184868, Mortgage records of Boundary County, Idaho; and assigned to the IDAHO HOUSING AND FINANCE ASSOCIATION by Assignment of Deed of Trust recorded on March 28, 1997, as Instrument No. 184869, Mortgage records of Boundary County, Idaho. THE ABOVE GRANTOR IS NAMED TO COMPLY WITH SECTION 45-1506 (4)(a), IDAHO CODE. NO REPRESENTATION IS MADE THAT THEY ARE, OR ARE NOT, PRESENTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS OBLIGATION. The default for which this sale is to be made is the failure to pay when due, monthly installment payments under the Deed of Trust Note dated March 27, 1997, in the amount of $735.00 each, for the months of March through August, 2018, inclusive; and for each and every month thereafter until date of sale or reimbursement. All delinquent payments are now due, plus accumulated late charges, plus any costs or expenses associated with this foreclosure. The accrued interest is at the rate of 7.32% per annum from February 1, 2018. The principal balance owing as of this date on the obligation secured by said Deed of Trust is $43,412.53, plus accrued interest at the rate of 7.32% per annum from February 1, 2018. DATED This 30th day of August, 2018. RYAN M. FAWCETT, a Member of the Idaho State Bar, SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE BFH Legal 9993 September 13, 20, 27, 2018 October 4, 2018

AMENDED NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE On Friday, the January 18, 2019, at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M., of said day on the front steps of the Boundary County Courthouse at 6452 Kootenai Street, Bonners Ferry, Idaho, 83805, Stephen T. Snedden, as Trustee, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash (the Trustee is authorized to make a credit bid for the Beneficiary) in lawful money of the United States of America, all payable at the time of the sale, the following described real property, situated in Boundary County, State of Idaho: Lot 15, Block 3 of Mill River, according to the plat thereof recorded in Book 2 of Plats, Page 54, records of Boundary County, Idaho. For the purposes of compliance with Idaho Code 60-113, the Trustee has been informed that the address of 364 Westwood Dr., Moyie Springs, ID 83845 may sometimes be associated with said real property. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the deed of Trust executed by Wesley P. Raynor and Carolyn S. Raynor, husband and wife, as Grantor, and Community Title Company as Trustee and Evans Rentals, LLC, an Idaho limited liability company as Beneficiary, said Deed of Trust having been recorded on November 20, 2015, as Instrument No. 265609, Official records of Boundary County, Idaho. The above Grantors are named to comply with Idaho Code Section 451506(4) (a). No representation is made that they are or are not presently responsible for this obligation. The default for which this sale is to be made is failure of the Grantors to pay when due, monthly installments as set forth on the Note secured by said Deed of Trust. Monthly installments in the amount of Nine Hundred Seventy One Dollars and 14/100 ($971.14) which includes principal and interest, is due for October 31, 2016 and the 13th day of each and every month thereafter. Interest due as of March 9,2018 is in the amount of $9,855.71 and continues to accrue at the rate of 5.75% per annum. All delinquent amounts are now due and payable along with all costs and fees associated with this foreclosure. The principal balance is $126,856.63 plus accruing interest, fees and costs. Dated this 11th day of September, 2018. Stephen T. Snedden, Trustee BFH Legal 10014 September 27, 2018 October 4, 11, 18, 2018

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