Legals for July, 21 2020

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ORDINANCE NO. 605 TESAR/LINDSTROM ZONE CHANGE FILE NO. ZC0002-20 AN ORDINANCE OF BONNER COUNTY, IDAHO, CITING ITS AUTHORITY, AND PROVIDING FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF BONNER COUNTY BY THE RECLASSIFICATION OF LANDS GENERALLY LOCATED IN SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 56 NORTH, RANGE 1 EAST FROM RURAL -5 TO RURAL SEVICE CENTER TO, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the Bonner County Planning and Zoning Commission did hold a public hearing on June 4, 2020 on the File ZC0002-20 request for a change in zoning designation according to the requirements for such hearings set forth at Section 67-6509, Idaho Code, and at Title 12, Bonner County Revised Code; and WHEREAS, the Bonner County Planning and Zoning Commission did find that the zone change request File ZC0002-20 is in accordance with the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and did recommend to the Board of County Commissioners that the zone change request be approved; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners did hold a public hearing on July 14, 2020, on the File ZC0002-20 request for a change in zoning designation according to requirements of such hearings set forth at Section 67-6509, Idaho Code and at Title 12 of the Bonner County Revised Code; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners did find that the zone change request File ZC0002-20 is in accordance with the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Board of County Commissioners that the following be and is hereby adopted as an ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho: SECTION 1: AUTHORITY This ordinance is adopted pursuant to authority granted to Bonner County at Chapter 65 of Title 67, Idaho Code. SECTION 2: AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP The Official Zoning Map of Bonner County, Idaho is hereby amended by the reclassification of the following described lands from Rural-5 to Rural Service Center: ALL INTEREST IN THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE. SITUATED IN THE COUNTY OF BONNER, STATE OF IDAHO, TO WIT: SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 56 NORTH, RANGE l EAST, BOISE MERIDIAN, BONNER COUNTY, IDAHO; BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY WHICH IS NORTH 39° 42' 10" WEST A DISTANCE OF 2983.74 FEET FROM THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION l; THENCE NORTH 83° 14' 5O" WEST A DISTANCE OF 246.31 FEET TO THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF THE HOPE TO CLARK FORK HIGHWAY, NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION; THENCE ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF WAY LINE SOUTH 30° 1' 0" EAST A DISTANCE OF 300.27 FEET; THENCE NORTH 80° 07' 35" EAST A DISTANCE OF 195.32 FEET TO THE RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY; THENCE NORTH 26° 23' O" WEST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY A DISTANCE OF 220.53 FEET TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. SECTION 3: EFFECTIVE DATE This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage, approval and publication in one (1) issue of the Bonner County Daily Bee Newspaper, and upon the entry of the above described zoning reclassification upon the Official Zoning Map or a Supplemental Zoning Map in accordance with the provisions set forth at Chapter 4 of Title 12 of the Bonner County Revised Code. Regularly considered, passed and approved as an ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, done this 14th day of July, 2020, upon the following roll call vote: Chairman Dan McDonald: AYE Commissioner Jeff Connolly AYE Commissioner Steve Bradshaw: AYE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS /S/ Dan McDonald, Chairman /S/ Jeff Connolly, Commissioner /S/ Steve Bradshaw, Commissioner ATTEST: By /s/ Jessi Webster Clerk Date July 14, 2020 Legal: B. Wilson SNP LEGAL 7891 AD#395957 JULY 21, 2020

Ordinance No. 606 Title 12, Land Use Regulations, Amendment 12-411: DENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS; FORESTRY AGRICULTURAL/FORESTRY AND RURAL ZONES; 12-412: DENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS; SUBURBAN, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, RURAL SERVICE CENTER, RECREATION AND ALPINE VILLAGE ZONES; TABLES 4-1 AND 4-2. Chapter 8 DEFINITIONS Bonner County Revised Code An Ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, setting forth its authority; amending Bonner County Revised Code Title 12 (Land Use Regulations), to make the following changes to Sections 12-411, 12-412, Tables 4-1 and 4-2 and the sited definitions in Chapter 8; Providing for severability, and providing for an effective date. Whereas, Idaho Code, Title 67, Chapter 65, provides for the adoption of land use standards and processes for the purposes of protecting property rights and enhancing property values, together with the purposes of promoting the health, safety, and general welfare of the people and to ensure that the development on land is commensurate with the physical characteristics of the land; and Whereas, The Board of County Commissioners has amended these sections in accordance with Idaho Code 67-6511; and Whereas, Idaho Code 67-6511 provides for the governing board to establish standards to regulate and restrict uses and standards within the varing zone districts in the County; and Whereas, The Planning Department initiated a review of the Title 12, Sections 12-411, 12-412 And Chapter 8 to address the permanent residential use of Recreational Vehicles on private property; and Whereas, the Bonner County Planning and Zoning Commission did hold a public hearing June 4, 2020, on the amendment and did recommend unanimous approval to the Board of County Commissioners; and Whereas, the Bonner County Board of County Commissioners did hold a public hearing on July 14, 2020, providing notice as required by Idaho Code, Title 67, Chapter 65. Now, therefore be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Bonner County, Idaho that the following be and is hereby adopted as an ordinance of Bonner County: Section 1: Authority This Ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted at Chapter 65, Title 67, Idaho Code, and pursuant to the procedural requirements contained at Section 67-6509, Idaho Code. Section 2: Amending Bonner County Revised Code Title 12, Sections 12-411, 12-412 And Chapter 8. 12-411: DENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS; FORESTRY, AGRICULTURAL/FORESTRY AND RURAL ZONES: TABLE 4-1 DENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS Requirements Or Exceptions: (1) Building lots in conservation subdivisions can be smaller than the minimum lot size for each zone. See chapter 6, subchapter 6.3 of this title for more details. (2) For the purposes of subdividing or adjusting lots or parcel lines: Gross acreage may include rights of way within the boundaries of the land being subdivided or where right of way has been dedicated within the subject aliquot division of a section of land. Acreages may be rounded off per the following: 4.95 acres and larger shall be considered 5 acres; 9.95 acres and larger shall be considered 10 acres; 19.95 acres and larger shall be considered 20 acres; 39.95 acres and larger shall be considered 40 acres. (3) Density may be increased via conservation subdivision provisions set forth in section 12-637 of this title for properties in the A/F and R zones. (4) Or 1/16 aliquot division of the section minimum site area. (5) Or 1/32 aliquot division of the section minimum site area. (6) Or 1/64 aliquot division of the section minimum site area. (7) Or 1/128 aliquot division of the section minimum site area. (8) Dwellings, not to exceed a total of 3 dwelling units, may be permitted on a single parcel of land; providing, that the parcel is large enough to comply with the density requirements of the zone. For example, 3 dwelling units may be permitted on a 15 acre parcel in the R-5 district. Exceptions: a. The total allowable number of dwelling units does not apply to temporary or seasonal farm labor housing, such as a bunkhouse where only sleeping quarters are provided for farmworkers. b. Additional dwelling units may be allowed on a lot or parcel in a conservation subdivision or PUD, provided the subdivision or development plan complies with the density requirements of the district and where the dwelling units are authorized on the plat, if applicable. (9) From Street as defined in BCRC 12-819 including any portion of a private easement providing access to three (3) or more lots or parcels beyond the subject lot or parcel. (10) Utility structures not exceeding 30 square feet, such as well houses may be permitted within the required street setback, when necessary per applicable utility company or property owner. (11) For legal nonconforming lots or parcels the following setback exceptions may be applied, provided snow storage and stormwater are accommodated on the subject site: a. The minimum property line setback may be reduced to 5 feet for lots/parcels of less than one (1) acre. b. The minimum property line setback may be reduced to 10 feet for lots/parcels larger than 1 acre but less than 5 acres. (12) Setback requirements per this subchapter do not exempt land owners from deeded restrictions or confirm landowners are not building in recorded or prescriptive ingress/egress boundaries. Nothing in this Title shall be construed to relieve an applicant from complying with deeded restrictions, prescriptive easements or legally binding easement boundaries. (13) The minimum property line setbacks for agricultural buildings and other nonresidential structures shall be at least 40 feet, the minimum setback requirements may be reduced to 50 percent of the requirement if acceptable landscaping or screening, approved by the planning director, is provided. Such screening shall be masonry or solid fence between 4 feet and 8 feet in height, maintained in safe condition and free of all advertising or other signs on the residential side of lot or parcel. Landscaping provided in lieu of such wall or fence shall consist of a strip of land not less than 20 feet in width, planted with an evergreen hedge or dense planting of evergreen shrubs not less than 4 feet in height at the time of planting. The setback may be reduced to 25 feet from property line or a street. The minimum property line setbacks for agricultural buildings used solely for growing and harvesting crops shall be 5 feet. The minimum street setback for row covers, hoop houses or other membrane covered, season extending structures may be reduced to 15 feet, provided they are not on permanent foundations. (14) For legal nonconforming lots or parcels less than 1 acre in size, the maximum lot coverage shall be 35 percent. (Ord. 501, 11-18-2008; amd. Ord. 512, 1-6-2010; Ord. 516, 6-9-2010; Ord. 520, 12-8-2010; Ord. 538, 6-26-2014) 12-412: DENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS; SUBURBAN, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, RURAL SERVICE CENTER, RECREATION AND ALPINE VILLAGE ZONES: TABLE 4-2 DENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS Requirements Or Exceptions: (1) Cluster lots in a conservation subdivision can be smaller than the minimum lot size for each zone. (2) Density may be increased via conservation subdivision bonus provisions set forth in section 12-637 in this title. (3) Lots must be sized sufficient to accommodate permitted uses and associated parking, setbacks, landscaping, walkways and other applicable development standards. Residential density for the C district shall be determined the same as for the minimum standards of the S district. (4) Clustering lots via a conservation subdivision is encouraged to allow for the opportunity to develop at greater density if and when urban services become available. See section 12-636 of this title for more details. (5) Or 1/256 aliquot division of the section minimum site area. (6) Dwellings, not to exceed a total of 3 dwelling units, may be permitted on a single parcel of land; providing, that the parcel is large enough to comply with the density requirements of the zone. For example, 3 dwelling units may be permitted on a 30,000 square foot parcel with all urban services in the S district. Exceptions: a. The total allowable number of dwelling units does not apply to temporary or seasonal farm labor housing, such as a bunkhouse where only sleeping quarters are provided for farmworkers. b. Additional dwelling units may be allowed on a parcel in a conservation subdivision, provided the subdivision complies with the density requirements of the district and where the dwelling units are authorized on the plat. (7) From Street as defined in BCRC 12-819 including any portion of a private easement providing access to two or more lots or parcels beyond the subject lot or parcel. (8) Utility structures not exceeding 30 square feet such as well houses may be permitted within the required property line or street setback, when necessary per applicable utility company or property owner. (9) Street setback exceptions: a. Street setbacks may be reduced where approved and indicated on the final plat of a conservation subdivision or PUD. b. First-floor porches and decks, open and unenclosed on three sides, and attached to the Dwelling Unit, may project up to 8 feet into the street setback. (10)The minimum street setbacks may be reduced to 0 for buildings containing ground floor commercial uses facing the street, provided the following conditions are met: a. A 12 foot wide sidewalk with street trees between the street and walkway is provided. b. The street facade contains transparent windows and doors along at least 50 percent of the facade 3 feet and 8 feet above the sidewalk grade. c. There is a public building entrance off of the sidewalk. d. Street facade features weather protection at least 5 feet in width along at least 50 percent of the facade. Said weather protection could be a building overhang, permanent canopy or awning, or fabric awning, and must be at least 8 feet above the grade of the sidewalk. e. Building location does not conflict with county or state roadway plans. (11) Structures shall be set back at least 35 feet from the centerline of a paved road, but not closer than 5 feet setback from the property line fronting the right of way. (12) Minimum property line setbacks shall be increased to 20 feet where abutting land in the A/F district. (13) Property line setbacks are 5 feet for detached, residential accessory buildings or structures, except where abutting land in the A/F district. (14) The minimum property line setbacks for detached, residential accessory buildings shall be 5 feet. (15) Property line setbacks may be reduced to 0 (only for lots internal to a subdivision) where indicated on the final plat of a conservation subdivision. (16) Structures, including roof overhangs, shall not take up more than 60 percent of lot street frontage. (17) Signs mounted on buildings are subject to all setback requirements contained in this subchapter. (18) The minimum property line setbacks for agricultural buildings and other nonresidential structures shall be at least 40 feet, the minimum setback requirements may be reduced to 50 percent of the requirement if acceptable landscaping or screening, approved by the planning director, is provided. Such screening shall be masonry or solid fence between 4 feet and 8 feet in height, maintained in safe condition and free of all advertising or other signs on the residential side of lot. Landscaping provided in lieu of such wall or fence shall consist of a strip of land not less than 20 feet in width, planted with an evergreen hedge or dense planting of evergreen shrubs not less than 4 feet in height at the time of planting. The setback may be reduced to 25 feet from property line or a street. The minimum property line setbacks for agricultural buildings used solely for growing and harvesting crops shall be 5 feet. The minimum street setback for row covers, hoop houses or other membrane covered, season extending structures may be reduced to 15 feet, provided they are not on permanent foundations. (Ord. 501, 11-18-2008; amd. Ord. 512, 1-6-2010; Ord. 538, 6-26-2014) Changes to Chapter 8 only as indicated: Underline is adding only to specific definitions. Strikethrough is deleting only specific definitions. 12-801: DEFINITIONS - A: ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT: See definition "DWELLING UNIT, ACCESSORY." 12-802: DEFINITIONS - B: BASEMENT: That portion of a building between floor and ceiling which is partly below and partly above grade, but so located that the vertical distance from grade to the floor below is less than the vertical distance from grade to ceiling. BCRC 12-804: Definitions - D DWELLING UNIT, ACCESSORY: A dwelling unit located on the same lot as a single-family dwelling, either within the same building as the single-family dwelling or in a detached building, consistent with section 12-490. DRIVEWAY: a private path giving access from a street. BCRC 12-805: Definitions - E EASEMENT: The right-of-use over the property of another as defined in I.C.50-1301. BCRC 12-812: Definitions - L LOT FRONTAGE: That part of a lot (a lot line) abutting on a street; except that the ends of incomplete streets shall not be considered frontage. LOT SIZE the area contained within the boundaries lines of a Lot including Easements. BCRC 12-816: Definitions - P PARK MODEL: A movable or portable dwelling containing from three hundred twenty (320) square feet and over to a maximum of four hundred (400) square feet constructed to be towed on its own chassis and designed so as to be installed with or without a permanent foundation for human occupancy as a residence composed of a single unit. A park model shall be considered a structure. PLANNING DIRECTOR: An official appointed by the board who has knowledge in the practice of planning and zoning or his or her designee or appointee. PROPERTY LINE: Shall mean any line bounding a lot or parcel BCRC 12-818: Definitions - R RECREATION VEHICLE: A vehicular or portable unit designed to be mounted on a chassis and wheels, designed and constructed to be installed with or without a permanent foundation for human occupancy as a residence not more than nine hundred (900) square feet in total floor area. The term "recreation vehicle" shall include, but is not limited to, travel trailers, park models, camping trailers, truck campers, and motor homes and tiny houses. RECREATION VEHICLE (DESTINATION): A recreation vehicle which is designed for, and is to be used for, permanent residential use in a travel trailer/recreation vehicle park or at other approved locations. RECREATION VEHICLE (OVERNIGHT): A recreation vehicle which is not designed for, or to be used for, permanent residential use in a travel trailer/recreation vehicle park or at other approved locations. BCRC 12-819 Definitions - S STREET: A travelway - excepting driveways and trails (as defined in BCRC 12-820) - which provides vehicular access to adjacent properties, including the following: A. Legal Access: A public or recorded thoroughfare which affords a primary means of access to adjoining properties. A recorded thoroughfare may be a recorded easement for ingress or egress or a platted street right of way used as a thoroughfare for access to abutting property, but for which the county assume no responsibility for maintenance. A thoroughfare not recorded with the county recorder shall not be considered legal access. B. Local Roads: A public or recorded thoroughfare which affords primary access to adjoining property. A local road may be a recorded easement for ingress and egress or a platted street which provides access to abutting property. C. Major Collector: A public thoroughfare that links minor collectors and local access routes with routes of higher classification. Frontage and access is limited. D. Minor Arterial: A public thoroughfare that serves less dense population concentrations. Minor arterials may connect to principal arterials or provide intermediate routes. Frontage and access is limited. E. Minor Collector: A public or recorded private thoroughfare which affords access to adjoining property and connects local access roads to roads of higher classification. F. Principal Arterial: A public thoroughfare that connects a network of continuous routes. Serves large intercounty population concentrations and is designed to carry heavy traffic loads. Frontage and access is limited. G. State Highway: A public thoroughfare that serves interstate and intrastate populations. These highways are designed to carry maximum traffic loads. Frontage and access is restricted to Idaho department of transportation standards. The term "street" shall not mean a private easement or travelway that provides access to two (2) or fewer single-family residential lots or parcels beyond the subject lot or parcel. BCRC 12-822: Definitions - V VACATION RENTAL: A dwelling unit - excluding caretaker's residences and farm labor housing, - rented for periods of up to one month per visit. BCRC 12-825: Definitions - Y YARD: An open space on a lot, unoccupied and unobstructed from the ground upward, except as otherwise provided in this title. YARD, FRONT: A yard extending across the full width of the lot along a street. Where the lot fronts on two (2) intersecting streets, the yard fronting on the street providing primary vehicular access to the principal use shall be deemed the front yard. A lot fronting on two (2) nonintersecting streets shall be deemed to have two (2) front yards. The front yard of a lot or parcel that has no street frontage shall be determined by the planning director or designee at the time of permitting, based upon access to the property. YARD, REAR: A yard extending across the full width of the lot along the rear property line. This is typically on the opposite side of the lot as the front yard. YARD, SIDE: A yard extending from the front yard to the rear yard along each side of a lot. FIGURE 8-1 ILLUSTRATING THE FRONT, SIDE, AND REAR YARDS OF A TYPICAL LOT Delete picture. Section 3: Severability The provisions of this Ordinance are hereby declared to be individually severable. Should any provision of this ordinance be declared invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such declaration shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. Section 4: Effective Date This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage, approval and publication in one (1) issue of the Bonner County Daily Bee Newspaper. Regularly considered, passed and approved as an ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, done this 14th day of July, 2020, upon the following roll call vote: Chairman Dan McDonald: Commissioner Steve Bradshaw: Commissioner Jeff Connolly: BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS /s/ Dan McDonald, Chairman /s/ Steve Bradshaw, Commissioner /s/ Jeff Connolly, Commissioner ATTEST: Michael W. Rosedale, Clerk By /s/ Jessi Webster Deputy Clerk: Date July 14, 2020 Legal Approval: /s/ B Wilson SNP LEGAL 7890 AD# 396213 JULY 21, 2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Bonner County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold public hearings beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 20, 2020, in the 3rd Floor BOCC Meeting Room, Suite 338 of the Bonner County Administration Building, 1500 Highway 2, Sandpoint, Idaho, and by Zoom teleconference and YouTube Livestream to consider the following requests: File V0013-20 - Side Yard Setback & Shoreline Exceptions Variance - John & Patricia Wane are requesting a 2'8" side yard setback, where 5' is required, a walkway width variance, a 6'2" retaining wall height variance, where 36 inches is maximum, and an impervious surface variance. The property is zoned Forest 40. The project is located off Cape Horn Road in Section 33, Township 61 North, Range 4 West, Boise-Meridian. File V0016-20 - Waterfront Setback Variance - Brett Stevens is requesting a variance from all setback standards on the property, including a waterfront setback of 6' where 40' is required. The property is zoned A/F-20. The project is located in the Kilroy Bay area in Section 13, Township 55 North, Range 01 West, Boise-Meridian. File V0017-20 - Property Line & Street Setback Variance -Ivan Envik is requesting a variance for a 2' property line setback and an 18' street setback, where 25' is required, to allow for an existing sign on the property. The property is zoned Commercial. The project is located off Gun Club Road in Section 10, Township 56 North, Range 2 West, Boise-Meridian. Files AM0010-20 & ZC0007-20 - Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment & Zone Change - Benjamin M. Dorn Living Trust is requesting a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment from Ag/Forest 10-20 to Rural Residential and a Zone Change from Ag/Forest-10 to Rural-5. The project is located along Kelso Lake Road in Section 23, Township 54 North, Range 4 West, Boise-Meridian. File ZC0008-20 - Zone Change - Idahope, LLC (Michael & Teresa Stevens) are requesting a Zone Change from Rural - 5 to Recreation. The property's Comprehensive Plan designation is Resort Community. The project is located off U.S. Highway 200 in Section 12, Township 56 North, Range 1 East, Boise-Meridian. If interested in participating, please visit our website for details at: https://www.bonnercountyid.gov/departments/Planning/public-hearings Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the public hearing should contact the Bonner County Planning Department at (208) 265-1458 at least 48 hours before the hearing. ** Written statements must be submitted to the planning department record no later than seven (7) days prior to the public hearing. Written statements not exceeding one standard letter sized, single spaced page may be submitted at the public hearing. Comments can be sent to the Bonner County Planning Department at 1500 Highway 2, Suite 208, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864; faxed to (208) 265-1463 or e-mailed to planning@bonnercountyid.govAdditional information is available at the planning department. Staff reports are available at the planning department or may be viewed at www.bonnercountyid.gov 7 days prior to the scheduled hearing. Any affected person as defined by Idaho Code, Title 67, Chapter 65, may present an appeal to the Board of County Commissions from any final decision by the Bonner County Planning and Zoning Commission. (Bonner County Revised Code, Section 12-262) SNP LEGAL 7893 AD#396350 JULY 21, 2020

CITY OF EAST HOPE, IDAHO SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE # 291 CORRECTION OF TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR IN ORDINANCE 285 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EAST HOPE, IDAHO, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, CORRECTING A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR IN THE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE NO. 285 AND PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE, SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. SUMMARY: The City of East Hope, Idaho hereby gives notice of the adoption of an amendment to Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance No. 285 to correct a typographical error in Section 1, replacing the word "appealed" with "repealed." The full text of the summarized Ordinance 291 is available for review at East Hope City Hall, 110 School Street, East Hope, Idaho, during regular business hours. This summary shall be filed with the adopted ordinance. /S/ Christy Franck, City Clerk SNP LEGAL 7888 AD#395975 JULY 21, 2020

CITY OF EAST HOPE, IDAHO SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE # 292 AMENDING THE OFFICIAL EAST HOPE ZONING MAP AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF EAST HOPE, IDAHO, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF EAST HOPE BY REZONING CERTAIN LANDS FROM SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL 1 (R1) TO SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL 1/3 (R3), PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. SUMMARY: The City of East Hope, Idaho hereby gives notice of the adoption of Ordinance No. 292, amending the East Hope official zoning map to rezone certain lands in the general area of Big Hill, Hope Avenue, and Lookout Boulevard from Single-Family Residential 1 (R1) to Single-Family Residential 1/3 (R3) and providing depictions of the boundaries of the rezoned area. The properties subject to the rezone are generally located within the area of Big Hill, Hope Avenue, and Lookout Boulevard and are specifically depicted on the map located below. The full text of the summarized Ordinance No. 292 and official map are available for review at East Hope City Hall, 110 School Street, East Hope, Idaho, during regular business hours. This summary shall be filed with the adopted ordinance. /S/ Christy Franck, City Clerk SNP LEGAL 7889 AD#396144 JULY 21, 2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-2021 AND RESERVE THE RIGHT TO RECOVER THE FORGONE INCREASE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-2021 CITY OF SANDPOINT, IDAHO A public hearing will be held at Sandpoint City Hall, 1123 W. Lake St., Sandpoint, Idaho, Wednesday, August 19, 2020, 5:30 p.m., to take public testimony on the City of Sandpoint proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 and for consideration of a Resolution reserving the City's right to recover its forgone increase for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. All interested persons are invited to appear and show cause, if any, why such budget should or should not be adopted and/or why Council should or should not reserve the right to recover the forgone increase for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. Proposed Expenditures 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 Actual Budget Proposed General Fund Administration 2,506,898 2,849,463 3,002,392 Public Safety 3,833,656 4,317,758 4,442,825 Streets 1,344,125 1,485,565 1,340,959 Planning 241,657 383,222 330,758 Culture & Recreation 923,523 1,054,833 1,196,089 Capital Projects 1,539,623 6,101,517 3,839,382 General Fund Totals 10,389,482 16,192,358 14,152,405 Special Revenue Funds Fiber Optic Network Fund 241,874 1,098,385 1,129,339 Capital Impact Fee Fund 5,789 957,977 427,978 Recreation Fund 306,677 745,758 700,721 Local Option Tax Fund 27,271 2,744,486 512,182 Parks Capital Improvement Fund 263,807 552,415 1,610,402 Special Revenue Funds Total 845,418 6,099,021 4,380,622 Enterprise Funds Sanitation Services 397,181 502,894 578,377 Water 2,312,576 4,027,672 3,687,916 Sewer 2,383,632 5,595,994 4,793,222 Enterprise Funds Total 5,093,389 10,126,560 9,059,515 Debt Service Funds Debt Service Fund 1,744,733 1,752,122 1,749,337 Debt Service Funds Totals 1,744,733 1,752,122 1,749,337 Agency Funds Business Improvement Fund 23,412 70,000 40,000 LID Funds (combined) 26,791 1,041,857 1,041,857 Agency Fund Totals 50,203 1,111,857 1,081,857 Intergovernmental Transfers 3,756,147 $4,032,117 4,177,978 Total Expenditures - All Funds $21,879,372 $39,314,035 $34,601,714 Proposed Revenues 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 Actual Budget Proposed Property Tax Levy General Fund 4,047,431 4,142,722 4,384,054 Foregone Levying Authority- Public Safety - 88,774 - Recreation Fund 190,717 195,207 206,578 Property Tax Levy Total 4,238,148 4,426,703 4,590,632 Revenue Sources Other than Property Tax General Fund 5,552,936 6,774,678 3,553,982 Grant Revenue 279,643 2,461,007 2,068,857 Fiber Optic Network Fund 12,155 1,098,385 1,129,339 Capital Improvement Fund (Impact Fees) 242,283 227,000 227,000 Recreation Fund 112,4829 9,452 102,042 LOT Fund 1,433,354 1,394,486 200,000 Parks Improvement Fund 355,273 336,541 345,861 Garbage Fund 614,109 555,000 620,000 Water Fund 4,169,489 3,952,500 3,952,500 Water Reserves 250,105 260,000 260,000 Sewer Fund 4,235,104 3,952,000 3,952,000 Sewer Reserves 225,084 300,000 300,000 Debt Service Fund 22,354 - - Business Improvement District 1 - - LID Guarantee Fund 782 - - LID Funds 30,379 991,644 991,644 Intergovernmental Transfers 3,756,147 4,032,117 4,177,978 Beginning Cash 0 8,452,522 8,129,879 Other Revenue Sources Total 21,291,680 34,887,332 30,011,082 Total Revenues - All Funds $25,529,828 $39,314,035 $34,601,714 I, Melissa Ward, City Clerk of the City of Sandpoint, Idaho, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of the proposed expenditures and revenues for Fiscal Year 2020-21, all of which have been tentatively approved and entered at length in the journal of proceedings. Citizens are invited to attend the public hearing above-referenced. The proposed City budget, in detail, can be found by visiting the City website at www.sandpointidaho.gov or City Hall during regular office hours. Dated this 16th day of July, 2020. Melissa Ward, City Clerk SNP LEGAL 7892 AD#395999 JULY 21, 28, 2020

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER In the Matter of the Estate of, GREGORY GIFTON JOLLEY, Deceased. Case No. CV09-20-0879 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DUSTIN G. JOLLEY has been appointed Personal Representative for the Estate of GREGORY GIFTON JOLLEY. All persons having claims against the deceased or his estate are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to the undersigned at the address indicated, or filed with the Clerk of the Court and a copy furnished to the Personal Representative's attorney. DATED this 16th day of July, 2020. /s/ John A. Finney FINNEY FINNEY & FINNEY, P.A. 120 E. Lake Street, Ste 317 Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 Attorney for DUSTIN G. JOLLEY, Personal Representative of the Estate of GREGORY GIFTON JOLLEY SNP LEGAL 7894 AD#396381 JULY 21, 28, AUGUST 4, 2020

NOTICE OF LIEN SALE VIN: ID018782 LICENSE NO. NONE LICENSING STATE: IDAHO YEAR 1967 MAKE CHEVROLET PU ELCOMINO In accordance with the Idaho Code indicated below, you are hereby notified that the above described vehicle will be sold to satisfy the possessory lien resulting from towing, storage, and/or repair of the vehicle, unless it is claimed prior to sale. Section 45-805, Idaho Code Sale Location: 1085 hwy 57 Priest River ID 83856 Sale Date and Time: August 1, 2020 @ 1:00 p.m. Possessory LIenholder: Allied Auto Electric Telephone Number: 208-448-1999 Vehicle Storage Location: Same as above Repair - Alianctor Starter and rewire $750.00 Storage as of May 20, 2018, 744 days @ $10.00 per day $7,440.00 Total Amount of Possessory LIen to Date $8,190.00 *Storage may continue to accrue at the rate specified. To claim the vehicle, you must contact the possessory lienholder prior to the sale and pay the possessory lien plus any selling costs that may have been incurred. Possessory Lienholder's signature: NONE SNP LEGAL 7876 AD#394317 JULY 14, 21, 2020