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Miscellaneous Notices
PUBLISHED: Thursday November 27, 2008

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1280 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
0.56 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; and DAVID B. ANDERSON, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS TRUSTEE; ANN E. ANDERSON, AS TRUSTE
Defendants
TO: John Greiger; Randi Fjaeran; and William Vasilios
and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of .56 acres more or less, within Tract No. SDC-BRF-822E as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon plaintiff's attorney a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as defendants herein are joined as defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney
Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049688

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1244 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
0.70 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; AND ROSE HALPER, ANICE M. HALPER, STEVEN BEN SWITZKY,
ET AL.
Defendants
TO: Estate of Anice M. Switzky
and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of .70 acres more or less, within Tract No. SDC-BRF-827E as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon plaintiff's attorney a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as defendants herein are joined as defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney
Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049683

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1263 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
1.21 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; AND ANN MARIE HARMONY AND ESTATE OF LOIS M. KEENER, ET AL.
Defendants
TO: Estate of Lois Keener; Unknown Spouse of Lois Keener; and Unknown Spouse of Anne Marie Harmony
and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of 1.21 acres more or less, within Tract No. SDC-BRF-811E as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon plaintiff's attorney a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as defendants herein are joined as defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney
Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049686

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1682 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
2.75 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; and JACUMBA VALLEY RANCH, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED
Defendants
TO: William Ketchum; Gloria Ketchum; and Jojoba LTD, A Partnership
and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of 2.75acres more or less, within Tract No. SDC-BLV-934E, and 934E-1 as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon plaintiff's attorney a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as defendants herein are joined as defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
/s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049691

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1681 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
17.26 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; AND POTRERO ASSOCIATES, A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP, ET AL
Defendants
TO: Allen E. Rose; LaVinia R. Rose
and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of 17.26 acres more or less, within Tract Nos. SDC-ECJ-830E, 830E-1, 830E-2, 830E-3, and 830E-4 as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon plaintiff's attorney a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as defendants herein are joined as defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney
Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049689

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1227 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
0.31 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; and ESTATE OF SAMUEL SALAZAR, DECEASED, MARIA SALAZAR,
ET AL
Defendants
TO: Estate of Samual Salazar
and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of .31 acres more or less, within Tract No. SDC-BRF-825E as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon plaintiff's attorney a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as defendants herein are joined as defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney
Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049684

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1728 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
0.96 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; and SECURITY TITLE INSURANCE
Defendants
TO: *
and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of .96 acres more or less, within Tract No. SDC-BLV-933E as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon plaintiff's attorney a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as defendants herein are joined as defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
/s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049692

NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION BY
PUBLICATION
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Case No. 08cv1328 IEG (AJB)
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
1.82 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, SITUATE IN IMPERIAL COUNTY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA; and GERALDENE SPAIN, ET AL.
Defendants
TO: Ace Associates; Monto Cristo Mining Corporation; Densil Harvey; Novox Trust & Holding Company; and TEK Corporation and “Unknown Owners,” and in the event that any of the foregoing parties are deceased, then the successors in interest to the said parties are named herein as “Unknown Owners.”
You are hereby notified that a complaint in condemnation has heretofore been filed in an action to condemn a strip of land, containing an area of 1.82 acres more or less, within Tract No. ELC-ELS-2003 as more fully described in the complaint in the land described in Schedule “C”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The public use for which the property is to be taken is to construct, install, operate, and maintain roads, vehicle barriers, security, lighting, and related structures designed to help secure the United States/Mexico border within the State of California.
The authority for the taking of the land is Act of Congress approved February 26, 1931, as 46 Stat. 1421 and codified at 40 U.S.C. Section 3114, and the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1888, as 25 Stat. 357 and codified at U.S.C. Section 3113, and any acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof; the Act of Congress approved September 30, 1996, as Public Law 104-208, Division C, Section 102, Stat. 3009-546, 3009-554, as amended and codified at 8 U.S.C. Section 1103(b) & note; and the Act of Congress approved October 4, 2006, as Public Law 109-295, Title II, 120 Stat. 1355, which appropriated the funds which shall be used for taking.
You are further notified that if you have any objection or defense to the taking of your property you are required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney at the address herein designated within twenty (20) days after the 8th day of December, 2008, an answer identifying the property in which you claim to have an interest, stating the nature and extent of the interest claimed and stating all your objections and defenses to the taking of the property. A failure so to serve an answer shall constitute a consent to the taking ad to the authority of the court to proceed to hear the action and to fix the just compensation and shall constitute a waiver of all defenses and objections not so presented.
You are further notified that if you have no objection or defense to the taking you may serve upon Plaintiff's attorney, a notice of appearance designating the property in which you claim to be interested and thereafter you shall receive notice of all proceedings affecting the said property.
You are further notified that at the trial of the issue of just compensation, whether or not you have answered or served a notice of appearance, you may present evidence as to the amount of the compensation to be paid for the property in which you have any interest and you may share in the distribution of the award of compensation.
You are further notified that all persons, firms and corporations named as Defendants herein are joined as Defendants generally to the end that all right, title, interest and estate of all said Defendants in and to any and all of the lands herein involved shall be divested out of them and vested in Plaintiff.
DATED: November 13, 2008
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN P. HEWITT
United States Attorney
/s/ Brett Norris
BRETT NORRIS
Assistant United States Attorney Attorneys for Plaintiff
United States of America
Email: Brett.Norris@usdoj.gov
Pub. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4-00049681


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