NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF LEFLORE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY F. GEE, DECEASED

CAUSE NO. 19-pr-41

BY:    

ANNETTE P.  MIZE,

EXECUTRIX

Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Mary F. Gee, deceased, were issued by the Chancery Court of Leflore County, Mississippi, on the 23rd day of May, 2019, to the undersigned as executrix of her estate.    All persons having claims against the estate of Mary F . Gee are hereby notified that they are required to have the same probated and registered by the Clerk of   saidCourt within ninety    (90) days after the first publication of this notice.  The failure to probate and register a claim within the said time will forever bar the claim.

THIS the 30th day of May, 2019 .

/s/ Annette P.  Mize

ANNETTE P. MIZE

OF COUNSEL:

Sam Fonda

Lott Franklin & Fonda,PLLC

202 W Market Street Greenwood, MS 38930 Phone: 662-453-6576

Fax: 662-453-2777

June 4, 11 & 18, 2019


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SONNY BLAKE, DIRECTOR OF MATERIALS MANAGEMENT

JUNE 11 & 18, 2019


NOTICE

To: The known and unknown heirs of Jaswan Singh, Deceased, and to any other party having an interest in the below described property and notice being mailed to the address for tax purposes of 117 East Adams, Greenwood, Mississippi 38930.

Please take notice that on July 2, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 101 West Church Street, Greenwood, MS, the City Council of the City of Greenwood will hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, to determine if the property or parcel of land located at 117 East Adams in said city and which is described as follows:

 

That portion of the following described property designated as and located at 117 East Adams, to-wit:  Part of the East 2/3 of Lot 3 less a strip 12 feet wide off the north end and less 60 feet north and south by 25 feet east and west in the northeast

which is titled to you, is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

In accordance with the Statute, if the City Council determines that the condition of the property or parcel of land is a menace to the public health and safety of the Community, then the City will, if you as owner will not, proceed to have the property cleaned by cutting weeds, filling cisterns, removing rubbish, dilapidated fences, outside toilets, removing dilapidated buildings, securing unsecure structures, and other debris; and draining cesspools and standing water.   

Furthermore, the City of Greenwood hereby informs you that, pursuant to Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, an adjudication at this hearing that the parcel of land is in need of cleaning, will further authorize the City to reenter for cleaning this property or parcel of land for a period of one (1) year after the date of this hearing without further hearing.  In such event, notice will be posted on the parcel of land and at City Hall at least seven (7) days before the parcel of land is reentered for cleaning

Additionally, if the City is required to clean the property or parcel of land, the said City Council may, by resolution, adjudicate the actual cost of such cleaning, and may also impose a penalty of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00) or fifty percent (50%) of such actual cost, whichever is more.   The cost and any penalty may become a civil debt against the property owner or, at the option of the governing authority, an assessment against the property or parcel of land and shall be a lien thereon, may be included and collected in the same manner as a municipal ad valorem tax.

You are required to attend this hearing and you may present any evidence as to why the City Council should not determine that this property or parcel of land is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

On this the 4th day of June, 2019.

.        

THE CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

        

BY:   RONNIE STEVENON,

PRESIDENT

CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

ATTEST:

CINDERELLA MORRIS

DEPUTY CLERK

June 18, 19 & 20, 2019


NOTICE

Linnie E. Cates, whose current address is unknown but whose mailing address for tax purposes is 118 Longino Street, Greenwood, MS  38930 and to any other party having an interest in the below described property.    

Please take notice that on July 2, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 101 West Church Street, Greenwood, MS, the City Council of the City of Greenwood will hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, to determine if the property or parcel of land located at 118 Longino Street in said city and which is described as follows:

 

That portion of the following described property designated as and located at 118 Longino, to-wit:  Part of the West ½ of Lot 5 and 3 feet off the west side of the East ½ of Lot 5 less 7 feet off the  North end of Lot 5 in Block 21 of the Henry Addition, Greenwood, Leflore Co., MS  (Parcel#:  100-1501-03-007.00)

which is titled to you, is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

In accordance with the Statute, if the City Council determines that the condition of the property or parcel of land is a menace to the public health and safety of the Community, then the City will, if you as owner will not, proceed to have the property cleaned by cutting weeds, filling cisterns, removing rubbish, dilapidated fences, outside toilets, removing dilapidated buildings, securing unsecure structures, and other debris; and draining cesspools and standing water.   

Furthermore, the City of Greenwood hereby informs you that, pursuant to Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, an adjudication at this hearing that the parcel of land is in need of cleaning, will further authorize the City to reenter for cleaning this property or parcel of land for a period of one (1) year after the date of this hearing without further hearing.  In such event, notice will be posted on the parcel of land and at City Hall at least seven (7) days before the parcel of land is reentered for cleaning

Additionally, if the City is required to clean the property or parcel of land, the said City Council may, by resolution, adjudicate the actual cost of such cleaning, and may also impose a penalty of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00) or fifty percent (50%) of such actual cost, whichever is more.   The cost and any penalty may become a civil debt against the property owner or, at the option of the governing authority, an assessment against the property or parcel of land and shall be a lien thereon, may be included and collected in the same manner as a municipal ad valorem tax.

You are required to attend this hearing and you may present any evidence as to why the City Council should not determine that this property or parcel of land is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

On this the 4th day of June, 2019.

.        

        

THE CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

        

BY:   RONNIE STEVENON,

PRESIDENT

CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

ATTEST:

CINDERELLA MORRIS

DEPUTY CLERK

June 18, 19 & 20, 2019


NOTICE

To:  Henry Greene, whose current address is unknown and whose mailing address for tax purposes is 202 Madison Avenue, Greenwood, MS  38930 and to any other party having an interest in the below described property:

Please take notice that on July 2, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 101 West Church Street, Greenwood, MS, the City Council of the City of Greenwood will hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, to determine if the property or parcel of land located at 202 Madison Avenue in said city and which is described as follows:

 

That portion of the following described property designated as and located at 202 Madison Avenue, to-wit:  Part of Lot 2 less 30 feet of the north side in Block 2 of the Madison Place Addition, Greenwood, Leflore Co., MS  (Parcel#:  084-1104-10-002.00)

which is titled to you, is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

In accordance with the Statute, if the City Council determines that the condition of the property or parcel of land is a menace to the public health and safety of the Community, then the City will, if you as owner will not, proceed to have the property cleaned by cutting weeds, filling cisterns, removing rubbish, dilapidated fences, outside toilets, removing dilapidated buildings, securing unsecure structures, and other debris; and draining cesspools and standing water.   

Furthermore, the City of Greenwood hereby informs you that, pursuant to Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, an adjudication at this hearing that the parcel of land is in need of cleaning, will further authorize the City to reenter for cleaning this property or parcel of land for a period of one (1) year after the date of this hearing without further hearing.  In such event, notice will be posted on the parcel of land and at City Hall at least seven (7) days before the parcel of land is reentered for cleaning

Additionally, if the City is required to clean the property or parcel of land, the said City Council may, by resolution, adjudicate the actual cost of such cleaning, and may also impose a penalty of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00) or fifty percent (50%) of such actual cost, whichever is more.   The cost and any penalty may become a civil debt against the property owner or, at the option of the governing authority, an assessment against the property or parcel of land and shall be a lien thereon, may be included and collected in the same manner as a municipal ad valorem tax.

You are required to attend this hearing and you may present any evidence as to why the City Council should not determine that this property or parcel of land is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

On this the 4th day of June, 2019.

        

THE CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

        

BY:   RONNIE STEVENON,

PRESIDENT

CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

ATTEST:

CINDERELLA MORRIS

DEPUTY CLERK

June 18, 19 & 20, 2019


NOTICE

Howard Cornwall, et al, Attn:  Mike McDowell, 406 Briarwood Drive, Building 200 Jackson, MS  39206; Caral Cornwall, Cedric Cornwall, Rupert Cornwall, Vicount Cornwall, and Frances Cornwall whose current addresses are unknown and whose address for the purpose of tax notification is 406 Briarwood Drive, Building 200, Jackson, MS  39206, and to any other party having an interest in the below described property:

Please take notice that on July 2, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 101 West Church Street, Greenwood, MS, the City Council of the City of Greenwood will hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, to determine if the property or parcel of land located at 204 West Henry Street in said city and which is described as follows:

 

That portion of the following described property designated as and located at 204 West Henry Street, to-wit:  Part of Lot 2 in Block 11 of the Henry Addition, Greenwood, Leflore Co., MS  (Parcel#:  100-1501-47-001.00)

which is titled to you, is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

In accordance with the Statute, if the City Council determines that the condition of the property or parcel of land is a menace to the public health and safety of the Community, then the City will, if you as owner will not, proceed to have the property cleaned by cutting weeds, filling cisterns, removing rubbish, dilapidated fences, outside toilets, removing dilapidated buildings, securing unsecure structures, and other debris; and draining cesspools and standing water.   

Furthermore, the City of Greenwood hereby informs you that, pursuant to Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, an adjudication at this hearing that the parcel of land is in need of cleaning, will further authorize the City to reenter for cleaning this property or parcel of land for a period of one (1) year after the date of this hearing without further hearing.  In such event, notice will be posted on the parcel of land and at City Hall at least seven (7) days before the parcel of land is reentered for cleaning

Additionally, if the City is required to clean the property or parcel of land, the said City Council may, by resolution, adjudicate the actual cost of such cleaning, and may also impose a penalty of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00) or fifty percent (50%) of such actual cost, whichever is more.   The cost and any penalty may become a civil debt against the property owner or, at the option of the governing authority, an assessment against the property or parcel of land and shall be a lien thereon, may be included and collected in the same manner as a municipal ad valorem tax.

You are required to attend this hearing and you may present any evidence as to why the City Council should not determine that this property or parcel of land is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

On this the 4th day of June, 2019.

        

THE CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

        

BY:   RONNIE STEVENON,

PRESIDENT

CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

ATTEST:

CINDERELLA MORRIS

DEPUTY CLERK

June 18, 19 & 20, 2019


NOTICE

John W. Compton and Emily Britt, whose last known residential address was 405 McCool Street, Greenwood, MS  38930 and whose current address for the notification of taxes is 405 McCool Street, Greenwood, MS  38930 and to any other party having an interest in the below described property:

Please take notice that on July 2, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 101 West Church Street, Greenwood, MS, the City Council of the City of Greenwood will hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, to determine if the property or parcel of land located at 405 McCool Street in said city and which is described as follows:

 

That portion of the following described property designated as and located at 405 McCool Street, to-wit:  Part of Lot 118 of the Green Acres Subdivision, Greenwood, Leflore Co., MS (Parcel#:  084-1203-07-010.00)

which is titled to you, is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

In accordance with the Statute, if the City Council determines that the condition of the property or parcel of land is a menace to the public health and safety of the Community, then the City will, if you as owner will not, proceed to have the property cleaned by cutting weeds, filling cisterns, removing rubbish, dilapidated fences, outside toilets, removing dilapidated buildings, securing unsecure structures, and other debris; and draining cesspools and standing water.   

Furthermore, the City of Greenwood hereby informs you that, pursuant to Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, an adjudication at this hearing that the parcel of land is in need of cleaning, will further authorize the City to reenter for cleaning this property or parcel of land for a period of one (1) year after the date of this hearing without further hearing.  In such event, notice will be posted on the parcel of land and at City Hall at least seven (7) days before the parcel of land is reentered for cleaning

Additionally, if the City is required to clean the property or parcel of land, the said City Council may, by resolution, adjudicate the actual cost of such cleaning, and may also impose a penalty of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00) or fifty percent (50%) of such actual cost, whichever is more.   The cost and any penalty may become a civil debt against the property owner or, at the option of the governing authority, an assessment against the property or parcel of land and shall be a lien thereon, may be included and collected in the same manner as a municipal ad valorem tax.

You are required to attend this hearing and you may present any evidence as to why the City Council should not determine that this property or parcel of land is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

On this the 4th day of June, 2019.

        

THE CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

        

BY:   RONNIE STEVENON,

PRESIDENT

CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

ATTEST:

CINDERELLA MORRIS

DEPUTY CLERK

June 18, 19 & 20, 2019


NOTICE

Flora Davis, whose current address is unknown but whose mailing address for tax purposes is 412 McCool Street, Greenwood, MS  38930 and to any other party having an interest in the below described property:    

Please take notice that on July 2, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 101 West Church Street, Greenwood, MS, the City Council of the City of Greenwood will hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, to determine if the property or parcel of land located at 412 McCool Street in said city and which is described as follows:

 

That portion of the following described property designated as and located at 412 McCool Street, to-wit:  Part of Lot 92 of the Green Acres Subdivision, Greenwood, Leflore Co., MS (Parcel#:  084-1203-06-026.00)

which is titled to you, is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

In accordance with the Statute, if the City Council determines that the condition of the property or parcel of land is a menace to the public health and safety of the Community, then the City will, if you as owner will not, proceed to have the property cleaned by cutting weeds, filling cisterns, removing rubbish, dilapidated fences, outside toilets, removing dilapidated buildings, securing unsecure structures, and other debris; and draining cesspools and standing water.   

Furthermore, the City of Greenwood hereby informs you that, pursuant to Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, an adjudication at this hearing that the parcel of land is in need of cleaning, will further authorize the City to reenter for cleaning this property or parcel of land for a period of one (1) year after the date of this hearing without further hearing.  In such event, notice will be posted on the parcel of land and at City Hall at least seven (7) days before the parcel of land is reentered for cleaning

Additionally, if the City is required to clean the property or parcel of land, the said City Council may, by resolution, adjudicate the actual cost of such cleaning, and may also impose a penalty of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00) or fifty percent (50%) of such actual cost, whichever is more.   The cost and any penalty may become a civil debt against the property owner or, at the option of the governing authority, an assessment against the property or parcel of land and shall be a lien thereon, may be included and collected in the same manner as a municipal ad valorem tax.

You are required to attend this hearing and you may present any evidence as to why the City Council should not determine that this property or parcel of land is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

On this the 4th day of June, 2019.

    

THE CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

        

BY:   RONNIE STEVENON,

PRESIDENT

CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

ATTEST:

CINDERELLA MORRIS

DEPUTY CLERK

June 18, 19 & 20, 2019


NOTICE

Joe Binion, whose last known residential address was 1223 McLean Street, Greenwood, MS  38930 but whose address for tax purpose notification is 908 Sgt. Charlie Cooley, Greenwood, MS  38930 and to any other party having an interest in the below described property:

Please take notice that on July 2, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 101 West Church Street, Greenwood, MS, the City Council of the City of Greenwood will hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, to determine if the property or parcel of land located at 908 Sgt. Charlie Cooley in said city and which is described as follows:

 

That portion of the following described property designated as and located at 908 Sgt. Charlie Cooley, to-wit:  Part of Lot 5 in Block H of the Oak Grove Addition to the Henry Addition, Greenwood, Leflore Co., MS  (Parcel#:  100-1502-40-005.00)

which is titled to you, is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

In accordance with the Statute, if the City Council determines that the condition of the property or parcel of land is a menace to the public health and safety of the Community, then the City will, if you as owner will not, proceed to have the property cleaned by cutting weeds, filling cisterns, removing rubbish, dilapidated fences, outside toilets, removing dilapidated buildings, securing unsecure structures, and other debris; and draining cesspools and standing water.   

Furthermore, the City of Greenwood hereby informs you that, pursuant to Section 21-19-11 and/or 21-19-21 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, an adjudication at this hearing that the parcel of land is in need of cleaning, will further authorize the City to reenter for cleaning this property or parcel of land for a period of one (1) year after the date of this hearing without further hearing.  In such event, notice will be posted on the parcel of land and at City Hall at least seven (7) days before the parcel of land is reentered for cleaning

Additionally, if the City is required to clean the property or parcel of land, the said City Council may, by resolution, adjudicate the actual cost of such cleaning, and may also impose a penalty of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00) or fifty percent (50%) of such actual cost, whichever is more.   The cost and any penalty may become a civil debt against the property owner or, at the option of the governing authority, an assessment against the property or parcel of land and shall be a lien thereon, may be included and collected in the same manner as a municipal ad valorem tax.

You are required to attend this hearing and you may present any evidence as to why the City Council should not determine that this property or parcel of land is in such a state of uncleanliness as to be a menace to the public health and safety of the Community.

On this the 4th day of June, 2019.

    

THE CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

        

BY:   RONNIE STEVENON,

PRESIDENT

CITY COUNCIL OF GREENWOOD

ATTEST:

CINDERELLA MORRIS

DEPUTY CLERK

June 18, 19 & 20, 2019

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