Uncategorized – Selagy Law http://selagylaw.com/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 06:22:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://selagylaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-1-120x120.png Uncategorized – Selagy Law http://selagylaw.com/ 32 32 LGL # 34914 09-11-21 Paid claims | Legal services https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34914-09-11-21-paid-claims-legal-services/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 06:00:00 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34914-09-11-21-paid-claims-legal-services/ Supplier Publication Report County of Woodbury Payment Date Range: 09/11/2021 -11/09 11/0 Supplier Name Supplier Number Payment Description Total Paym Access Systems Leas 105258 lease 165.03 Ace Refrigeration C 1472 frigo maintenance 112.00 ADP Screening And S 104672 August Background Check 64.00 Advanced correction 105264 Medical 95 219.81 Ahlers & Cooney PC 500530 Prison project […]]]>

Supplier Publication Report County of Woodbury Payment Date Range: 09/11/2021 -11/09 11/0 Supplier Name Supplier Number Payment Description Total Paym Access Systems Leas 105258 lease 165.03 Ace Refrigeration C 1472 frigo maintenance 112.00 ADP Screening And S 104672 August Background Check 64.00 Advanced correction 105264 Medical 95 219.81 Ahlers & Cooney PC 500530 Prison project – profess 49.00 Amazon Capital Serv 500176 Radiator tank-Dump tru 272.04 American Septic & P 105419 Septic tank cleaning 330.00 Anthon Community Ce 10800 Precinct Rent 75.00 APCO International 103390 Sedivy Membership rene 192.00 Associates For Psyc 101002 MHMH030257 1,200.00 AT&T Mobility 103362 Telephone 41.27 B & B Cleaning Spec 43751 Janitorial service for 1,450.00 Baker Group 104718 28th Street project – 8,300.00 Baker Group 500426 Jail project – project 50,000.00 Baker, Michael P PH 16850 Professional Services 230.00 Beacom, Coleen 104785 PEO Costs 207, 84 Bentson Pest Contro 23487 Danbury tower pest control con 310.00 Bo iler Room Service 100571 Maintenance; Buildings 578.00 Bomgaars 27646 Workshop Tools 379.46 Bubke, Susan 500733 LB (C274) – 73-97 500.00 Buckingham, James 500208 PEO Costs 64.95 Calhoun Burns And A 1737 2021 Bridge Inspection 2,569, 65 Century Business Pr 45076 Maintenance contracts 109.56 Centurylink 103380 Workshop telephone 89.95 Certified Testing S 500526 Prison project – testing 3,238.00 CHN Household waste service 76971 Household waste service OC21 / L 1 862, 51 Christensen, Ashley 500174 Mileage Reimbursement 49.50 Clark, Pamela 103902 Mileage Reimbursement 24.64 Coban Technologies 500134 Contract Services 3,125.00 Cole Papers Inc. & Labor # 405 11,974.35 Correctionville Bld 61849 Wood and Hardware / Li 301.40 Correctionville Cit 39000 Water 10.55 Cott Systems Inc 104074 Hosted monthly online 275.00 Counsel (Columbus, 105618 Ricoh Maint Contract 225.32 Creative Product So 103739 Dare Supplies 566.00 CTS Languagelink 105242 Professional Services 36.14 Culligan Water Cond 98620 Maintenance; Bu ildings 40.00 Danbury Review 62875 BOS Subscription Renew 18.00 Delta Dental Of Iow 962 Weekly Dental Wire 3 805.91 Dennis Supply 66052 Fan Motor 11.76 Don Groves Repair 105078 Whelen Inner Edge Kits 12,725.00 ECI Systems 105272 Cameras and security systems 3,407.46 Electronic engineer 75647 Alarm Monitor 17.14 Equipment Blades In 105027 Blades n ° 217 1,512.00 Falk, Lanette 500309 Training PEO 0.00 Fastenal Co 80863 Bolts 40.96 Fedex 81003 Contract / metering station 9.03 FiberComm 99390 Account n ° 49985-2 / Phone 55.65 Fuels for finish line 500727 Gasoline – Moville 2,899.37 GCC Alliance Concre 102060 Cement 1,200.00 Goldberg Group Arch 500415 Jail project – constru 74,468, 59 Grieve, Mike 500732 Runner Costs 50.98 Guardian Alliance T 500528 Professional Services 52.00 Guggenmos Construct 98628 Labor and Material for 2 1,885.75 Hair, Daniel 500524 Mileage Reimbursement 31.36 Heidman Law Firm, P 105425 General Matters 192.50 Hill ** *, Faye E 79 8 Mileage 21.28 Hisey, Randy S 110300 MHMH030334 107.10 Hobart S&Serv 104549 Dishwasher repair 201.43 Home Depot Pro 105875 Snake forger 412.73 Imko & Diversified 102026 Temp-Jackie 1031.75 Innovational Water 105182 Hydronic System Treatment 1,050.00 Innovative Benefit 105492 Weekly Flex Benefits 4,463.00 Interstate Battery Work 133771 Emergency Battery 352.80 Iowa 5-municipalities 103885 Co Payment 29,092.00 Iowa Prison Ind 160784 Envelopes 780.00 Iowa State Universi 122,721 2021 Winter maintenance 65.00 ISSDA 127302 Garrett dues 50.00 Istate Truck Center 103383 Parts # 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44 161.92 Billing for radio time 105861 Radio announcements – Veterans Sal 311.00 Record Printing & C 194837 Direct mail envelopes 133.00 Roto Rooter (SC-IA) 200770 Clean out septic tank 462.00 Ruba, Patricia 201619 PEO Costs 144 , 00 Ruble, Mary 104414 PEO Costs 155.00 Sams Club (A-GA) 205178 Food 430.36 Schroder, Lorraine 100398 PEO Hospital Board Cos 101.42 Schumacher Elevator 207547 Annual elevator maintenance 989.40 SDHS – District Hea 68472 Tax allowance 184,923.00 National Security B 208797 Conolly: Public School 4,865.27 Sergeant Bluff Advo 100648 Publication 683.08 Service Master Rest 209426 Concierge Service 670.00 Signs By Tomorrow 264044 Anthon Little Courthou 567.32 Simoni *** , Michael 500608 Reimb for the purchase of K9 875.00 Sioux City Communit To 214000 WCICC Communication 100.00 Sioux City Journal 102790 LGL # 34773 100.86 Sioux City Treas (4 213400 Salaries / Compensation 31 062.32 Sioux Laundry Inc 214615 Laundry 2,262, 15 Sioux Sales Co 214700 Uniforms 89.90 Siouxland Expo Cent 105873 County Pledge 150,000.00 Siouxland Lock & Ke 301,000 Cadenas 50.70 Siouxland Mental He Anderson Estat 3,929.16 Sirchie Finger Prin 260 Equip Maint 312.00 StandardAssurance 500112 November Insurance Pre 10 982.97 Staples (Box 900103 100895 Office supplies 546.47 Staples Credit Plan 104713 Office supplies 653.90 Steffen Truck Equip 105183 Work # 503 505.47 Summit Food Service 500010 Food 21,463.47 Sunset Law Enforcem 103409 Ammunition 2,770 , 00 Thiesen, Thomas 105267 Mileage Refund Thomas 94.08 **, Melissa 104839 Travel Refund 235.20 Titan Machinery Inc 104494 Parts # 927 97.00 US Bank (STL-MO) 101339 Declaration of October 2021 2,761.51 Vander Werff and As 100125 Appraisal Report / Zook 2 450.00 Vanguard Appraisals 239251 vcs 775.00 Verizon Connect Fle 500622 GPS and Service Equipment 929.35 Wall of Fame 102557 Staff Uniforms 102.55 Wellmark Blue Cross 1503 Wellmark October EOM 228 043.83 West Branch Constru 500697 Little Sioux Gravel Pi 25 031.82 Western Iowa Equipm 105859 Parts # 421 31.15 Western Iowa Teleph 248000 Telephone 469.78 Wiatel Western Iowa 104550 911 circuits Wid, Elizabeth 1088.90 A 102399 Board of PEO Cos Hospital 154.66 Wigman Co 250,300 Taps (2) 154.36 Woodbury County Eme 104,689 Tax Breakdown 8,817.67 Ziegler Inc 274,129 Bolts 327.62 ——– Grand Total: 1,633,665, 03 Posted in the Sioux City Journal on November 24, 2021. 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Over 9,000 people benefit from statewide legal services mega camp | Morung Express https://selagylaw.com/over-9000-people-benefit-from-statewide-legal-services-mega-camp-morung-express/ Sat, 13 Nov 2021 16:58:01 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/over-9000-people-benefit-from-statewide-legal-services-mega-camp-morung-express/ Dimapur, November 13 (MExN): A state-wide legal mega camp was held across Nagaland on November 13 and saw 9,096 beneficiaries, according to a press release from Ketholeno Neihu, public relations assistant for the Legal Services Authority of Nagaland State (NSLSA). Tseminyu: Judge Hukato Swu, Judge of the High Court of Gauhati, Kohima Bench, today opened […]]]>

Dimapur, November 13 (MExN): A state-wide legal mega camp was held across Nagaland on November 13 and saw 9,096 beneficiaries, according to a press release from Ketholeno Neihu, public relations assistant for the Legal Services Authority of Nagaland State (NSLSA).

Tseminyu: Judge Hukato Swu, Judge of the High Court of Gauhati, Kohima Bench, today opened the State-level Exhibition on the Justice System, Judicial Administration and Legal System Reflecting History, the important landmarks and activities of the High Court of Gauhati and legal services at Tseminyu Town Hall.

Wokha: Wokha DLSA organized a legal services camp and mega-camp for the distribution of the benefits of the government social protection programs to the authorized beneficiaries at the Lotsu community hall in collaboration with the district administration and various departments. The services provided during the camp were: free medical examination and medicines, Aadhar card registration and correction, free vaccination, free saplings, registration of births and deaths (certificate), free animal health care and medicines, demonstration and distribution fish feed, malaria tests and drugs, welfare plans, post office, NRLM, rural, free legal aid office-affidavit-name correction, date of birth, name F / M, deed, brochures free legal, legal advice, drafting, request, among others. Beneficiaries from 10 villages participated in the camp and a total of 436 people benefited from it.

Zunheboto: Zunheboto DLSA hosted the Mega Camp at the Deputy Commissioners Complex on November 13th. The opening speech and the public benefits for the camp were highlighted and underlined by Ajongba Imchen, President of ZDLSA and the inaugural speech was delivered by Peter Lichamo, Deputy Commissioner Zunheboto. The medical department, the welfare department, the economics and statistics department, the labor department, the Sakhi One Stop Center, the prosecution service, PI staff and a special consultant from the Mahatma Gandhi National Fellowship (MGNF) provided free services to beneficiaries. In total, 1,295 beneficiaries received various benefits from different departments and the public number 2167 attended the Mega Camp.

Mokokchung: The Mokokchung DLSA organized a legal services camp in Sungratsu village covering Asetkong beach including 10 villages for IMDH disability assessment and certification, registration for old age pension and pension of disability and the grant from the social protection department, registration of the employment card of the labor department.

People with disabilities have been identified by Caritas India and initiatives to bring them in person from different villages have been taken. Affidavits, statements, essays and free legal advice were also taken.

Brochures on different diagrams and topics were distributed to the participants. A total of 91 beneficiaries for the old age pension were registered, 11 for the invalidity pension, 74 beneficiaries were assessed and certified with a certificate of invalidity. More than 50 beneficiaries have been registered for the labor card and more than 10 beneficiaries for affidavit and legal advice. In total, more than 236 beneficiaries have benefited from the camp.

Tuensang: Tuensang DLSA organized a one-day mega camp at CKS hall Tuensang in with the participation of various departments which provided free services related to public health, welfare schemes, Aadhar map corrections, editorial staff free affidavit, etc. and 29 beneficiaries took the COVID-19 vaccine. In total, 1,510 beneficiaries from 66 villages benefited from the Mega Camp.

Peren: Peren DLSA / CJM Secretary, BP Resu officially inaugurated the Legal Services Camp organized by Peren DLSA in collaboration with various departments. The Agriculture department, in addition to setting up the perimeters, distributed plants and fertilizers, etc.

Programs such as PMKMY, PMKSN and NMOOP were presented to the public. The Horticultural Department distributed brochures and gave advice and guidance and answered frequently asked questions.

Programs like MIDH, RKVY and PMKSY, etc. were also presented to citizens.

The medical department provided the COVID vaccine and informed the participants of the Ayushmann Bharat program. The Department of Social Protection has introduced various schemes and distributed old age pensions. Schemes such as IGNWPS, IGNDPS, IGNOAS, NFBS, Blind Pension, Old State Pension, Poshan Abhiyan, etc. were introduced. The postal service shared various programs like SSA, PLI, RPLI, IPPB, KVP, PPF, NSC, MIS, etc. Peren DLSA provided affidavits, brochures and free legal advice to citizens. In total, 730 beneficiaries from all departments and around 1,500 visitors took advantage of the benefits of the Mega Camp.

Mon: My DLSA hosted the Mega Legal Camp on November 11 in Tizit sub-division. A total of 860 people from 26 villages in the Tizit subdivision have benefited from various departments and programs. The beneficiaries benefited from the free services of the administration such as the purchase of ST, the indigenous certificates for free. The opening of a new bank account was carried out by the Central Bank of India and the postal service, free check-up and distribution of medicines was carried out by the medical service while the My Child Helpline and Senior team Citizens distributed brochures and also raised awareness. Affidavit writing, legal advice, and distribution of legal brochures were done by DLSA on Monday.

Phek: In Phek, DLSA organized a Mega Legal Camp in collaboration with Phek District Administration, Phek District Hospital, Phek Welfare and Social Affairs Department, Economics Department and Phek Statistics, Phek Labor Department, Phek Food and Civilian Supply, Phek Agriculture Department, State Bank of India. Phek and Phek cooperative bank at local Phek soil. Services provided during the camp were: free legal writing, free legal consultation and advice, registration and correction of the new Aadhaar card, free medical examination, COVID-19 vaccination / test, diabetes and blood pressure screening, mental health, registration of old age pension, widow, disability schemes, issuance of E-shram / NBOCW registration forms, birth and death certificates, distribution of various seeds, loans and opening of new bank accounts. A total of 877 beneficiaries took advantage of the camp’s services and programs.

Kiphir: Kiphire DLSA, in collaboration with the Department of Social Welfare, Kiphire hosted the Mega Camp on November 12 by distributing nutritious food to four public schools (primary and secondary schools), including Shalom Children Home, Kiphire.

Length : Longleng DLSA organized a mega camp at the Shamakok Mission School campus. 8 different departments sensitized beneficiaries on various services to be provided, including legal drafting, issuance of an E-shram initiated by the labor office and the commission, the office of the social protection department, the statistics department and economics, disaster management, the NST department, the forum for the elderly, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Civilian Supply. A total of 855 beneficiaries benefited from the services in the camp.

Dimapur: Dimapur DLSA, under the auspices of the NSLSA, organized the Mega Camp at the District Court Complex in collaboration with various departments. During the camp, various public social assistance schemes to which beneficiaries are entitled were made available.


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Hundreds of jobs lost as legal services group enters administration https://selagylaw.com/hundreds-of-jobs-lost-as-legal-services-group-enters-administration/ Wed, 03 Nov 2021 15:42:47 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/hundreds-of-jobs-lost-as-legal-services-group-enters-administration/ More than 200 jobs have been lost after entering the administration of a legal services group based in Liverpool and Prescot. Pure Business Group has provided a range of end-to-end legal services in the civil litigation industry and has handled over 20,000 claims directly. The group employed a total of 256 people and ceased operations […]]]>

More than 200 jobs have been lost after entering the administration of a legal services group based in Liverpool and Prescot.

Pure Business Group has provided a range of end-to-end legal services in the civil litigation industry and has handled over 20,000 claims directly.

The group employed a total of 256 people and ceased operations with the immediate loss of 203 jobs.

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Rob Armstrong, Michael Lennon and James Saunders, all of Kroll Advisory, have been appointed co-directors of Pure Business Group Limited, Astute Business Management Consultants Limited, Pure Technology Systems Limited, Pure Reporting Services Limited, Pure Claims Limited, Pure Legal Limited, Pure Claims Support Services Limited, Connect Costs Limited and Pure Costs Budgets Limited on November 2.



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A statement from Kroll said: “Joint administrators are taking the necessary steps to ensure the security of all client files and funds and applicants are contacted to explain next steps.

“The companies which together employed 256 people and operated out of sites in Liverpool and Prescot ceased operations with immediate effect, resulting in 203 layoffs.

“The administrators are working with the remaining employees to end operations and provide support to the laid-off employees.

“The other companies of the group at large are not affected by the appointment of company directors.”


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LGL # 34834- EQCV199306 | Legal services https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34834-eqcv199306-legal-services/ Wed, 03 Nov 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34834-eqcv199306-legal-services/ IN WOODBURY COUNTY IOWA DISTRICT COURT Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC Plaintiff, against the State of Iowa; State of Iowa, Child Support Recovery Unit; Unknown spouse, if any, of Jessica Hamby; Spouse unknown, if applicable, of Lanny J Hamby; City of Sioux City, Iowa; Jessica Hamby; Lanny J. Hamby; Parties in possession, et al. Defendants. EQUITY […]]]>

IN WOODBURY COUNTY IOWA DISTRICT COURT Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC Plaintiff, against the State of Iowa; State of Iowa, Child Support Recovery Unit; Unknown spouse, if any, of Jessica Hamby; Spouse unknown, if applicable, of Lanny J Hamby; City of Sioux City, Iowa; Jessica Hamby; Lanny J. Hamby; Parties in possession, et al. Defendants. EQUITY NO: EQCV199306 ORIGINAL PUBLICATION NOTICE You are advised that a motion has been filed with the office of this court naming you as the defendant in this action. The petition was filed on September 28, 2021 and seeks the foreclosure of the plaintiffs’ mortgage in favor of the plaintiff on the property described in this notice and judgment for the principal outstanding of $ 153,620.53, with an interest of 4.125%. per year from April 1. 2019, as well as late fees, advances and costs of the action, including (but not limited to) property costs and reasonable attorney’s fees, as well as a request that such sums be declared as a lien on the premises described below from January 11, 2016, located in Woodbury County, Iowa: the southern half (S 1/2) of lot twelve (12) and all of lot thirteen ( 13), in block one hundred and forty-nine (149) of the Peirce Addition in Sioux City, Woodbury County and the State of Iowa, commonly known as 3809 Jones St, Sioux City, IA 51104 (the “Property”) for the sale of as much of the dilapidated local mortgage as necessary to enforce the judgment and for any other relief that the Court deems fair and equitable. For more details, please see the petition filed with the clerk’s office. Counsel for the plaintiffs is Emily Bartekoske, of SouthLaw, PC; whose address is 1401 50th Street, Suite 100, West Des Moines, IA 50266. NOTICE The plaintiff elected foreclosure without redemption. This means that the sale of the mortgaged property will take place promptly after the judgment is entered, unless you file a written request with the court to delay the sale. If you file a written request, the sale will be delayed for up to twelve months (or six months if the request includes a waiver of the judgment of insufficiency) from the entry of the judgment if the mortgaged property is your residence and is single-family. or two-family. family home or up to two months from the entry of the judgment if the mortgaged property is not your residence or is your residence but not a single-family or two-family dwelling. You will not have any redemption rights after the sale. The purchaser of the sale will be entitled to immediate possession of the mortgaged property. You can buy on sale. You must serve a motion or response no later than December 8, 2021, and within a reasonable time thereafter, you must file your motion or response with the Clerk of the Woodbury County Court at the Sioux County Courthouse City, Iowa. If you do not respond, a default judgment may be rendered against you for the relief requested in the motion. If you need the help of aids or ancillary services to participate in a legal action because of a disability, immediately call your district ADA coordinator at 712-279-6035. If you are hearing impaired, call Relay Iowa TTY at 1-800-735-2942. This case was filed in a county that uses electronic filing. You can find more information and general rules governing electronic filing in Chapter 16 of the Iowa Court Rules. By: ________________________ CLERK OF THE COURT ABOVE Woodbury County Courthouse 620 Douglas Street, Room 101 Sioux City, IA 51101-1248 IMPORTANT: YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE IMMEDIATELY TO PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS. Published in the Sioux City Journal on November 3, 10 and 17, 2021. LGL # 34834


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Justice SC Lalit opens legal services mega camp in Kanyakumari https://selagylaw.com/justice-sc-lalit-opens-legal-services-mega-camp-in-kanyakumari/ Sun, 31 Oct 2021 13:25:42 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/justice-sc-lalit-opens-legal-services-mega-camp-in-kanyakumari/ Supreme Court Judge Justice Uday Umesh Lalit on Sunday opened a legal services mega camp in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, and reported five mobile vans that will travel through various parts of the southern state to raise awareness of the legal services available to citizens. During the camp’s inauguration as part of the ongoing Pan-Indian campaign, […]]]>

Supreme Court Judge Justice Uday Umesh Lalit on Sunday opened a legal services mega camp in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, and reported five mobile vans that will travel through various parts of the southern state to raise awareness of the legal services available to citizens.

During the camp’s inauguration as part of the ongoing Pan-Indian campaign, Judge Lalit, who is also the executive chairman of the National Legal Services Authority, said the COVID-19 pandemic had not cooled down morale in legal services institutions and had instead boosted morale. to provide more and better services.

“The inauguration began with Judge Uday Umesh Lalit pointing out five mobile vans, which would pass through various parts of Tamil Nadu and publicize the legal services made available to citizens by legal service institutions,” a memo said. release published by the legal services authority.

He said that during the ceremony, Judge Lalit handed over a copy of the collector’s sanction order for reserving land as a burial place for a group of transgender people, who had previously petitioned the authority of the legal services during the Pan-Indian campaign to establish a burial site. in their locality.

The press brief said that in the camp, 26 children orphaned during the pandemic received Rs 3 lakh each while disability certificates were distributed to more than 50 people with disabilities. “Five motorized vehicles intended for the use of people with reduced mobility were also given to the beneficiaries. Thirty crop insurance benefits were also paid. The widow of a fisherman, who lost his life on the high seas, received Rs 3 lakh, ”he said, adding that several other benefits had also been extended by various departments.

He said more than 600 people from various vulnerable communities attended the camp and were made aware of the existence of government social assistance and legal aid programs.

The press note added that the inaugural ceremony was also attended by the judges of the Madras High Court, Judge M Duraiswamy, who is the executive chairman of the Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority, and Judge T Raja, who is the Chairman of the High Court Legal Services Committee. . PTI ABA SRY

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Justice Lalit opens mega legal services camp in Kanyakumari, says pandemic has boosted morale for lawyers to provide more and better services https://selagylaw.com/justice-lalit-opens-mega-legal-services-camp-in-kanyakumari-says-pandemic-has-boosted-morale-for-lawyers-to-provide-more-and-better-services/ Sun, 31 Oct 2021 10:27:20 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/justice-lalit-opens-mega-legal-services-camp-in-kanyakumari-says-pandemic-has-boosted-morale-for-lawyers-to-provide-more-and-better-services/ As part of the ongoing Pan-Indian campaign, Judge Uday Umesh Lalit has inaugurated a legal services mega camp in Kanyakumari, which has been hosted by the Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority in association with the local district administration. The inauguration began with Judge Lalit pointing out 5 mobile vans, which would pass through various […]]]>

As part of the ongoing Pan-Indian campaign, Judge Uday Umesh Lalit has inaugurated a legal services mega camp in Kanyakumari, which has been hosted by the Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority in association with the local district administration.

The inauguration began with Judge Lalit pointing out 5 mobile vans, which would pass through various parts of Tamil Nadu and publicize the legal services made available to ordinary people by legal service institutions.

Speaking on the occasion, Justice Lalit said the pandemic has not dampened the morale of legal service institutions and rather the pandemic has lifted our spirits to provide more and better services.

Due to the pandemic, there are a large number of casualties, who have actually suffered the brunt of the situation. However, Legal Service Institutions have a large number of committed paralegal volunteers when it comes to expanding legal aid. People do not know of its existence. Therefore, the dissemination of legal awareness becomes an essential part of the provision of legal services. It was only with this intention that NALSA brought up the idea of ​​the Pan-Indian Legal Awareness Campaign.

Earlier in the ceremony, Judge UU Lalit awarded the copy of the collector’s sanction order for reserving land as a burial site for a group of transgender people, who had previously petitioned the authority of legal services during the Pan-Indian campaign to establish the grave. site in their locality.

During the camp, 26 children orphaned during the pandemic were Rs. 3 lakh each. Disability certificates were distributed to more than 50 disabled people. Five motorized vehicles intended for the use of people with reduced mobility were also given to the beneficiaries. Thirty crop insurance benefits were also paid and the widow of a fisherman, who lost his life on the high seas, received 3 lakhs.

The department distributed more than 25 tin boxes to beneficiaries and 14 other departments also distributed 75 various types of benefits related to their departments.

At 12 noon, 187 performances were distributed by different departments. More than 600 people from various vulnerable communities participated and were made aware of the existence of public social protection and legal aid programs.

Adi Dravida’s social service distributed more than 25 tin boxes to beneficiaries. 14 other departments also distributed 75 different types of benefits related to their departments. At 12 noon, 187 performances were distributed by various departments. Over 600 people from various vulnerable communities participated and were made aware of the existence of public social protection and legal aid programs.

Judges M. Duraisamy, Executive Chairman, Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority / Judge, Madras High Court, T. Raja, Chairman, Madras High Court Legal Services Committee, also attended at the inaugural ceremony.

In his speech, Judge M. Duraisamy spoke about the successful implementation of the Pan-Indian Campaign in the state of Tamil Nadu. The judge also stressed the need for such a campaign in the aftermath of the pandemic crisis.

Judge T. Raja said ordinary people have been deprived of their livelihoods during this pandemic. This pan-Indian campaign has helped them a lot to regain normality.

The welcoming speech for the ceremony was delivered by Rajashekar, Member Secretary of the Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority, while Sr. Arul Murugan, Senior Judge of Kanyakumari District, gave a vote of thanks.


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LGL # 34827 ORD-Chapter 10-Parking | Legal services https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34827-ord-chapter-10-parking-legal-services/ Sat, 30 Oct 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34827-ord-chapter-10-parking-legal-services/ ORDER NO. ORDER 2021-0977 AMENDING CHAPTER 10.20 TITLE “PARKING AND PARKING METERS” AND CHAPTER 10.30 TITLE “MISCELLANEOUS BY-LAWS OF THE CITY OF THE ROAD” OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX TO MODIFY CERTAIN DEFINITIONS, MAKE A RESTRICTION AND SUPPLEMENT PENALTIES. BE IT MOVED BY THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SIOUX […]]]>

ORDER NO. ORDER 2021-0977 AMENDING CHAPTER 10.20 TITLE “PARKING AND PARKING METERS” AND CHAPTER 10.30 TITLE “MISCELLANEOUS BY-LAWS OF THE CITY OF THE ROAD” OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF SIOUX TO MODIFY CERTAIN DEFINITIONS, MAKE A RESTRICTION AND SUPPLEMENT PENALTIES. BE IT MOVED BY THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SIOUX CITY, IOWA: Section 1: Section 10.20.060 of the Sioux City Municipal Code is amended to read as follows: 10.20.060 Other infractions. It is illegal and constitutes a violation of the provisions of this title for any person to: 1. Make or permit a vehicle registered in the name of or operated by such person to park across any line or markings of a parking space or in a position such that the vehicle is not entirely within the area designated by those lines or marks; 2. Damage, injure, falsify, open or break intentionally, destroy or harm the usefulness of any parking meter installed under the provisions of this title; 3. Deposit or cause to be deposited in a parking meter any slug, device or metallic substance, or other substitute for lawful coins or tokens. 4. Make or allow any vehicle registered in its name or operated by that person to park a motor vehicle on a public right-of-way adjacent to a border painted in yellow, except when necessary to avoid a conflict with other vehicles or in accordance with the instructions of a peace officer. 5. Make or permit any vehicle registered in the name of or operated by that person to stop, park or park a motor vehicle beside a sidewalk painted red, except when necessary to avoid a conflict with other vehicles or in accordance with the instructions of a peace officer. Any motor vehicle contravening this paragraph must be towed by a peace officer. 6. Make or allow any vehicle registered in the name of or operated by that person to park a vehicle on any part of an access aisle, whether on public or private property. “Access aisle” means the floor space adjacent to one or more parking spaces, distinguished from parking spaces by markings or boundaries with distinctive coloring, including, but not limited to, blue or yellow, in a pattern of parallel stripes within the floor space. 7. Violation of this chapter is punishable by a fine as provided in article 10.24.030 (2) (e) of this Code, unless otherwise provided. Section 2: Section 10.30.110 of the Sioux City Municipal Code is amended to read as follows: 10.30.110 Parking restrictions for people with disabilities. 1. Definitions. Section 321L.1 of the Iowa Code, as amended, carried by reference. 2. No person shall compel or permit a vehicle registered in his name or operated by that person to stop, park or park a vehicle in a space designated as a disabled parking space on public or private property, at unless said vehicle is intended to accommodate a disabled person while in that parking space, and is displayed on or inside said vehicle so as to be clearly legible from outside said vehicle , a disabled parking permit issued by the State of Iowa or similar identification device validly issued by another state, county, city or federal government. 3. For the purposes of this article, a disabled parking space includes any access aisle adjacent to the parking space. “Access aisle” means the same thing as defined in article 10.20.060 (6). No person may park or allow a vehicle registered in his name or operated by that person to park a vehicle in any part of an access aisle adjacent to a parking space for disabled persons. A person who violates this paragraph is guilty of misuse of a disabled parking space. 4. Disabled parking spaces located on private property should be identified by signs displaying the international access symbol (ISA), also known as the (international) wheelchair symbol. Signs must be installed in accordance with specifications prescribed by the City of Sioux City. These signs for people with disabilities must be erected and maintained by the owner, tenant or manager of said private property. 5. Nothing in this chapter exempts a person using a disabled parking space from paying the regular parking charges for such space. 6. The penalty for unauthorized use of an identification device is a fine of two hundred dollars. Parking infractions will be charged and prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of chapter 10.24. 7. Violations of paragraphs 1. and 2. may be invoiced and recovered on simple notice of fine and no court costs or surcharge will be imposed. Parties wishing to challenge a notice of fine must submit the notice within twenty-four (24) hours of its issuance to the Sioux City Police Department. A peace officer will issue a uniform citation assigning a court date and adding court costs to the fine, per Iowa Code § 602.8106 (1) (e), as amended. 8. For violations of this section, it is the responsibility of peace officers, parking meter attendants, code enforcement officers and other persons authorized by the chief of police to issue a notice of fine and attach it to the vehicle. The notice must state the violation in question, the condition and license number of the vehicle, the location and time the ticket was issued. The chief of police may authorize building owners to issue notices of fines for parking infractions under this section on their parking facilities. The chief of police may further authorize civilian volunteers who have been selected by the police service to issue a fine notice for violations of this section. Section 3: Severability clause. If any provision of this Ordinance is illegal or void for any reason, the legal provisions of this Ordinance, which are severable from such illegal provisions, shall be and remain in full force and effect, in the same manner as if the ordinance did not contain any illegal provisions. or void provisions. Section 4: Abrogator. All orders or parts of orders in conflict with the provisions of this order are hereby repealed. These are Articles 10.20.060 and 10.30.110 of the Sioux City Municipal Code. Section 5: Date of entry into force. This Ordinance shall be fully effective from and after its final adoption and publication in accordance with the law. ADOPTED BY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL ON AND APPROVED ON: October 25, 2021 / s / Robert E. Scott, Mayor CERTIFICATE: / s / Lisa L. McCardle, City Clerk I hereby certify that the foregoing has been published in Sioux City Journal October 30, 2021 / s / Lisa L. McCardle, City Clerk Posted in the Sioux City Journal on October 30, 2021. LGL # 34827


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LGL # 34807 – Election notice | Legal services https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34807-election-notice-legal-services/ Sat, 23 Oct 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34807-election-notice-legal-services/ NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION // SCHOOL IN WOODBURY COUNTY NOVEMBER 2, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to those eligible to vote in Woodbury County, State of Iowa, that the city election // the school will take place on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Pre-registered voters are required to provide approved identification at the polling station […]]]>

NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION // SCHOOL IN WOODBURY COUNTY NOVEMBER 2, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to those eligible to vote in Woodbury County, State of Iowa, that the city election // the school will take place on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Pre-registered voters are required to provide approved identification at the polling station before receiving and casting a regular ballot. Voters who are not pre-registered – such as voters who register to vote on polling day – and voters who change ridings must also provide proof of residency. An elector who is unable to provide an approved piece of identification (or to prove his residence if necessary), 1) can have the elector’s identity / residence verified by another elector registered in the ‘pregnant, 2) prove identity and residence using polling day registration documents, or 3) vote provisionally and provide proof of identity // of residence to the county auditor’s office by noon on Thursday, November 4 . Polling day attesters must provide approved identification. For more information on providing proof of identity and / or residence, visit https:////sos.iowa.gov//voterid or call (712) -279-6465. Voters with disabilities who require accommodation to participate in this election should contact the Woodbury County Election Office at phone number (712) 279-6465 for assistance. The polling stations for the said election will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and are as follows: CITY POLLING PLACE ADDRESS / * 1 Perry Creek Elementary School 3501 Country Club Blvd / * 2 Loess Hills Elementary School 1717 Casselman Street / * 3 West Middle School 3301 W 19th St / * 4 Loess Hills Elementary School 1717 Casselman St / * 5 Riverside Elementary School 2220 Nash St / * 6 Perry Creek Elementary School 3501 Country Club Blvd / * 7 Liberty Elementary School 1623 Rebecca St / * 8 Liberty Elementary School 1623 Rebecca St / * 9 Irving Elementary School 901 Floyd Blvd / * 10 Clark Early Childhood Center 4315 Hamilton Blvd / * 11 Liberty Elementary School 1623 Rebecca St / * 12 Bryant Elementary School 3040 Jones St / * 13 Unity Elementary School 1901 Unity Ave / * 14 Irving Elementary School 901 Floyd Blvd / * 15 Unity Elementary School 1901 Unity Ave / * 16 North Middle School 2101 Outer Dr N / * 17 Bryant Elementary School 3040 Jones St / * 18 Leeds Elementary School 3919 Jefferson St / * 19 North Middle School 210 1 Exterior Dr N / * 20 Irving Elementary School 901 Floyd Blvd / * 21 Spalding Elementary School 4101 Stone Ave / * 22 Morningside Branch Library 4005 Morningside Ave / * 23 Spalding Elementary School 4101 Stone Ave / * 24 Morningside Elementary School 3601 Bushnell Ave / * 25 Morningside Elementary School 3601 Bushnell Ave / * 26 East Middle School 5401 Lorraine Ave / * 27 East Middle School 5401 Lorraine Ave / * 28 East High School 3200 S Cypress St CTE RURALE PCT // TOWNSHIP POLLING PLACE ADDRESS / * 29 // Sgt Bluff East // Woodbury Community Center Sgt Bluff 903 Topaz Drive, Sgt Bluff / * 30 // Sgt Bluff West Community Center 903 Topaz Drive, Sgt Bluff / * 31 // Salix // Lib-Lak Salix Town Hall 319 Tipton Street , Salix / * 32 // Bronson // Flo-Grg Bronson City Hall // Community Bldg 100 East 1st St, Bronson / * 33 // Pierson // Rutland Pierson City Hall 201 Main St, Pierson / * 34 // C ‘ city ​​// Ked-Uni Correctionville Community Building 312 Driftwood, Correctionville / * 35 // Moville // Arl-Mov-Wol Moville Community Centr e 815 Main St, Moville / * 3 6 // Lawton // Banner Lawton Friendship Center 300 Cedar St, Lawton / * 37 // Climbing Hill // Grt-Wes WC Public Safety Center 121 Deer Run Tr, Climbing Hill / * 38 // Sloan // Sloan Sloan Community Hall 423 Evans St, Sloan / * 39 // Hornick // Willow Hornick Fire Station 400 Main St, Hornick / * 40 // Anthon // Miller Anthon Community Center 110 N 5th Ave, Anthon / * 41 // Danbury // Lis- Mor Danbury Emergency Services Building 201 Main St, Danbury / * 42 // Smithland // Little Sioux Smithland Fire Station 107 S Hickory St, Smithland / * 43 // Oto // Oto Oto City Hall 27 Washington St, Oto / * 44 / / Cushing // Rock Cushing Fire Station 201 Main St, Cushing / * Indicates that these polling stations are accessible. River Valley Public Action Summary: Adopt a revenue target statement specifying the use or revenue the River Valley Community School District will receive from the state of Iowa. Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund. In the River Valley Community School District, the following revenue goal statement, which specifies the use of revenue that the River Valley Community School District will receive from the State of Iowa Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund, will be adopted. Provide funds to acquire or install information technology infrastructure (including upgrading buildings or sites for the purpose of accessing digital broadband telecommunications) and school safety and security infrastructure. Provide funds to construct and furnish one or more new school buildings; construct and furnish annexes to school buildings in the district; renovate, rebuild, repair, expand and improve school buildings in the district; buy and improve land; for demolition work; to furnish and equip neighborhood facilities. To provide funds for the purchase, rental or lease of buildings, equipment (including transportation and recreation material) or technology and to repair transportation equipment for student transportation such than authorized by law, to implement energy saving measures, sharing or rental of facilities including a joint infrastructure project with the aim of offering courses in college programs district-to-community permitted under Section 423F.3 (3) c of the Iowa Code, the acquisition or acquisition of libraries, or the opening of roads to schools or buildings. To provide funds to purchase land as part of the start-up costs of a new student building program or if the sale of the previous student building was insufficient to purchase land, and to purchase building materials and equipment. supplies for a building or hangar constructed by students to be kept and used by the District. To provide funds to make payments to a municipality or other entity, in accordance with Section 403.19 (2) of the Iowa Code. Provide funds for demolition, clean-up and other costs if these costs are necessitated by, and incurred within two years of a disaster. Provide funds to establish and maintain public recreation areas and playgrounds; ensure the supervision and instruction of recreational activities; or for community education purposes. To provide funds for the payment of principal and interest or the repayment of general bond bonds issued for the purposes of school infrastructure, energy improvement loans, loan agreements authorized by Article 297.36 of the Code of Iowa Sales, Service, and Use Tax Obligations issued under Section 423E of the Iowa Code. 5 or Iowa Code Section 423F.4. Provide funds for land tax relief; and To provide funds for other authorized expenses and purposes as currently or subsequently authorized by law and designated by the River Valley Community School District. It is understood that if this proposal fails to be approved by the voters, such failure will not be interpreted as ending or restricting the authority previously granted by the voters to spend the receipts of the Fund for an advanced vision of the education. If approved, this Statement of Revenue Objectives will remain in effect until superseded or amended by the River Valley Community School District. Sergeant Bluff-Luton Public Action WB The Board of Directors of the Sergeant Bluff-Luton Community School District, Woodbury County, Iowa, to purchase and improve land; construct schools or buildings and open roads to schools or buildings; purchase of buildings; purchase, rental or hire-purchase of technology and equipment; pay debts incurred for the erection or construction of schools or buildings, excluding interest on bonds; recruiting or acquiring libraries; repair, remodel, rebuild, improve or expand schools or buildings and additions to existing schools; expenditure for energy conservation; rental of facilities under Chapter 28E of the Iowa Code; purchase transportation equipment for the transportation of students; rental-purchase option contracts for school buildings or equipment; the purchase of equipment authorized by law; or for any purpose currently or subsequently authorized by law, be authorized, for a period of ten (10) years, to levy an annual property tax on facilities and equipment approved by the electors not exceeding one dollar thirty-four cents ($ 1.34)) per one thousand dollars ($ 1,000) of the assessment of the taxable property in the school district from the levy for collection during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, or each year thereafter? The public testing of voting equipment will begin on Friday, October 22, 2021 at 9 a.m. and will continue until completed, per section 52.38 of the Iowa code. ________________________________ Patrick F. Gill Woodbury Co. Auditor & Recorder & Commissioner of Elections Published in the Sioux City Journal on October 23, 2021. LGL # 34807


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LGL # 34780 – Election notice | Legal services https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34780-election-notice-legal-services/ Wed, 20 Oct 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/lgl-34780-election-notice-legal-services/ NOVEMBER OF THE CITY / SCHOOL ELECTION IN THE COUNTY OF WOODBURY ON NOVEMBER 2, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to those eligible to vote in Woodbury County, State of Iowa, that the election of the Town / of the school will take place on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Pre-registered voters are required to […]]]>

NOVEMBER OF THE CITY / SCHOOL ELECTION IN THE COUNTY OF WOODBURY ON NOVEMBER 2, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to those eligible to vote in Woodbury County, State of Iowa, that the election of the Town / of the school will take place on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Pre-registered voters are required to provide approved identification at the polling station before receiving and casting a regular ballot. Voters who are not pre-registered – such as voters who register to vote on polling day – and voters who change ridings must also provide proof of residency. A voter who is unable to provide an approved piece of identification (or to prove residency if necessary), 1) can have the voter ‘s identity / residence verified by another registered voter in the constituency , 2) prove identity and residence using polling day registration documents, or 3) vote provisionally and provide proof of identity / residence to the county auditor’s office by noon on Thursday, November 4 . Polling day attesters must provide approved identification. For more information on providing proof of identity and / or residence, visit https://sos.iowa.gov/voterid or call (712) -279-6465. Voters with disabilities who require accommodation to participate in this election should contact the Woodbury County Election Office at phone number (712) 279-6465 for assistance. The polling stations for the said election will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and are as follows: CITY POLLING PLACE ADDRESS * 1 Perry Creek Elementary School 3501 Country Club Blvd * 2 Loess Hills Elementary School 1717 Casselman St * 3 West Middle School 3301 W 19th St * 4 Loess Hills Elementary School 1717 Casselman St * 5 Riverside Elementary School 2220 Nash St * 6 Perry Creek Elementary School 3501 Country Club Blvd * 7 Liberty Elementary School 1623 Rebecca St * 8 Liberty Elementary School 1623 Rebecca St * 9 Irving Elementary School 901 Floyd Blvd * 10 Clark Early Childhood Center 4315 Hamilton Blvd * 11 Liberty Elementary School 1623 Rebecca St * 12 Bryant Elementary School 3040 Jones St * 13 Unity Elementary School 1901 Unity Ave * 14 Irving Elementary School 901 Floyd Blvd * 15 Unity Elementary School 1901 Unity Ave * 16 North Middle School 2101 Outer Dr N * 17 Bryant Elementary School 3040 Jones St * 18 Leeds Elementary School 3919 Jefferson St * 19 North Middle School 2101 Outer Dr N * 20 Irv ing Ele mentary School 901 Floyd Blvd * 21 Spalding Elementary School 4101 Stone Ave * 22 Morningside Branch Library 4005 Morningside Ave * 23 Spalding Elementary School 4101 Stone Ave * 24 Morningside Elementary School 3601 Bushnell Ave * 25 Morningside Elementary School 3601 Bushnell Ave * 26 East Middle School 5401 Lorraine Ave * 27 East Middle School 5401 Lorraine Ave * 28 East High School 3200 S Cypress St CTE RURAL PCT / TOWNSHIP BURLING PLACE ADDRESS * 29 / Sgt Bluff East / Woodbury Sgt Bluff Community Center 903 Topaz Dr, Sgt Bluff * 30 / Sgt Bluff West Community Center Sgt Bluff 903 Topaz Dr, Sgt Bluff * 31 / Salix / Lib-Lak Salix City Hall 319 Tipton St, Salix * 32 / Bronson / Flo-Grg Bronson City Hall / Community Bldg 100 East 1st St, Bronson * 33 / Pierson / Rutland Pierson City Hall 201 Main St, Pierson * 34 / C’ville / Ked-Uni Correctionville Community Building 312 Driftwood, Correctionville * 35 / Moville / Arl-Mov-Wol Moville Community Center 815 Main St, Moville * 36 / Lawton / Banner Lawton Friendship Center 30 0 Cedar St, Lawton * 37 / Climbing Hill / Grt-Wes WC Public Safety Center 121 Deer Run Tr, Climbing Hill * 38 / Sloan / Sloan Sloan Community Hall 423 Evans St, Sloan * 39 / Hornick / Willow Hornick Fire Station 400 Main St, Hornick * 40 / Anthon / Miller Anthon Community Center 110 N 5th Ave, Anthon * 41 / Danbury / Lis-Mor Danbury Emergency Services Building 201 Main St, Danbury * 42 / Smithland / Little Sioux Smithland Fire Station 107 S Hickory St, Smithland * 43 / Oto / Oto Oto City Hall 27 Washington St, Oto * 44 / Cushing / Rock Cushing Fire Station 201 Main St, Cushing * Indicates that these polling stations are accessible. River Valley Public Action Summary: Adopt a revenue target statement specifying the use or revenue the River Valley Community School District will receive from the state of Iowa. Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund. In the River Valley Community School District, the following revenue goal statement, which specifies the use of revenue that the River Valley Community School District will receive from the State of Iowa Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund, will be adopted. Provide funds to acquire or install information technology infrastructure (including upgrading buildings or sites for the purpose of accessing digital broadband telecommunications) and school safety and security infrastructure. Provide funds to construct and furnish one or more new school buildings; construct and furnish annexes to school buildings in the district; renovate, rebuild, repair, expand and improve school buildings in the district; buy and improve land; for demolition work; to furnish and equip neighborhood facilities. To provide funds for the purchase, rental or lease of buildings, equipment (including transportation and recreation material) or technology and to repair transportation equipment for student transportation such than authorized by law, to implement energy saving measures, sharing or rental of facilities including a joint infrastructure project with the aim of offering courses in college programs district-to-community permitted under Section 423F.3 (3) c of the Iowa Code, the acquisition or acquisition of libraries, or the opening of roads to schools or buildings. To provide funds to purchase land as part of the start-up costs of a new student building program or if the sale of the previous student building was insufficient to purchase land, and to purchase building materials and supplies for a building or hangar constructed by students for the preservation and use of the District. To provide funds to make payments to a municipality or other entity, in accordance with Section 403.19 (2) of the Iowa Code. Provide funds for demolition, clean-up and other costs if these costs are necessitated by, and incurred within two years of a disaster. Provide funds to establish and maintain public recreation areas and playgrounds; ensure the supervision and instruction of recreational activities; or for community education purposes. To provide funds for the payment of principal and interest or the repayment of general bond bonds issued for the purposes of school infrastructure, energy improvement loans, loan agreements authorized by Article 297.36 of the Code of Iowa Sales, Service, and Use Tax Obligations issued under Section 423E of the Iowa Code. 5 or Iowa Code Section 423F.4. Provide funds for land tax relief; and To provide funds for other authorized expenses and purposes as currently or subsequently authorized by law and designated by the River Valley Community School District. It is understood that if this proposal fails to be approved by the voters, such failure will not be interpreted as ending or restricting the authority previously granted by the voters to spend the receipts of the Fund for an advanced vision of the education. If approved, this Statement of Revenue Objectives will remain in effect until superseded or amended by the River Valley Community School District. Sergeant Bluff-Luton Public Action WB The Board of Directors of the Sergeant Bluff-Luton Community School District, Woodbury County, Iowa, to purchase and improve land; construct schools or buildings and open roads to schools or buildings; purchase of buildings; purchase, rental or hire-purchase of technology and equipment; pay debts incurred for the erection or construction of schools or buildings, excluding interest on bonds; recruiting or acquiring libraries; repair, remodel, rebuild, improve or expand schools or buildings and additions to existing schools; expenditure for energy conservation; rental of facilities under Chapter 28E of the Iowa Code; purchase transportation equipment for the transportation of students; lease-purchase option contracts for school buildings or equipment; the purchase of equipment authorized by law; or for any purpose or for any purpose authorized by law now or thereafter, be authorized, for a period of ten (10) years, to levy an annual property tax on installations and equipment approved by the electors not exceeding not one dollar thirty-four cents ($ 1.34)) per thousand dollars ($ 1,000) of assessment of taxable property in the school district from the levy for collection in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, or annually thereafter? The public testing of voting equipment will begin on Friday, October 22, 2021 at 9 a.m. and will continue until completed, per section 52.38 of the Iowa code. ________________________________ Patrick F. Gill Woodbury Co. Auditor & Recorder & Commissioner of Elections Published in the Sioux City Journal on October 20, 2021. LGL # 34780


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SEN & EHCP litigation | Education | Legal services for individuals | Benefits | Skill https://selagylaw.com/sen-ehcp-litigation-education-legal-services-for-individuals-benefits-skill/ Tue, 12 Oct 2021 13:49:15 +0000 https://selagylaw.com/sen-ehcp-litigation-education-legal-services-for-individuals-benefits-skill/ Our expert lawyers can help ensure the correct SEN disposition and assist appeals against decisions of local authorities if necessary. SEN provision and recourse to the courts Skill The current Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) scheme specifying SEN support replaced the previous system of declarations of special educational needs. EHCP is a powerful tool, […]]]>

Our expert lawyers can help ensure the correct SEN disposition and assist appeals against decisions of local authorities if necessary.

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The current Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) scheme specifying SEN support replaced the previous system of declarations of special educational needs. EHCP is a powerful tool, but to be truly effective it is important that the formulation be as precise as possible. Our team can help you get an assessment of your child’s educational, health and care needs (EHC), create an EHCP or edit the content of the EHCP, making sure it is correct, accurate and suitable for the purpose.

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If you do not agree with the decisions of your local authority, you can appeal to the court of first instance (special educational needs and disability). This can be difficult and should not be attempted without professional help. Given the weight of official opinion and legal advice that will be opposed to you, it is imperative that you combine this knowledge and support to ensure that your appeal has the best chance of success.

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