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501 Miscellaneous Notices
PUBLISHED: Thursday January 22, 1998

Public Notice---
Dear Fellow Citizens,
Evidence exists which conclusively proves that the 16th Amendment was never ratified by the States in 1913. Philander Chase Knox, the Secretary of State in 1913, fraudulently certified that the 16th Amendment was ratified. The Courts ruled the fraud committed by Knox is political in nature. The government contends that the 16th Amendment is the authority to impose an income tax, regardless of the fraud. We must take political action to force our government to answer to the fraud perpetrated upon the People. Please join me in the collective political process to boycott against the income tax and the Internal Revenue Service until the government hears our petitions for redress of grievance. For more information contact Free Enterprise Society at 738 West Shaw, Suite 205, Clovis, California, 93612.
/s/ Felipe Sims
Pub. Jan. 23,26,27,28,29-e107992

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all owners of real property liable to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses of the improvements to be constructed under proceedings conducted by the CITY COUNCIL of the CASA DE LA PLAYA GEOLOGIC HAZARD DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA, pursuant to the terms and provisions of the "Municipal Improvement Act of 1913", being Division 12 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, for a special assessment district, said special assessment district known and designated as ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 97-1 (SEAWALL PROTECTION PROJECT) (hereinafter referred to as the "Assessment District").
You are hereby notified that on the 15TH day of JANUARY, 1998, the Assessment and diagram to pay the costs and expenses of said construction were recorded in my office.
Said assessments are now due and payable immediately at the Office of the Treasurer, and may be paid within the period expiring on the 17TH day of FEBRUARY, 1998. Said assessments may be paid in whole or in part during said period.

In the event of the failure to pay before the expiration of said period, bonds will be issued pursuant to the "Improvement Bond Act of 1915", being Division 10 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California.
NOTICE: After bonds have been issued, assessments may be paid and properties cleared of the lien by payment of the following sums: (a) any installment of principal and interest which has been posted to the tax roll for the current fiscal year; (b) the unpaid balance of principal plus the applicable redemption premium; (c) the amount of any delinquencies, including penalties, interest and costs; (d) the estimated cost of calling bonds; (e) interest to the date of call, unless included in (a) above; and (f) a reasonable fee for the cost of administering the prepayment and the corresponding advance retirement of bonds.
In addition to the assessment to pay the cost and expenses of the improvements to be financed, all owners of real property within the Assessment District are subject to a separate and additional assessment to be levied annually to pay for costs not otherwise reimbursed which will result from the administration and collection of assessments or from the administration or registration of any associated bonds and reserve or related funds.
DATED: 1-15-1998
/s/ Lee Haralson
Pub. Jan. 16, 23-e108007

501 Miscellaneous Notices
PUBLISHED: Thursday January 22, 1998

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