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    PAGE 12, KEIZERTIMES, JANUARY 30, 2015
TEAGUE: ‘We’re good for
the next 20 years.’
(Continued from pg. 1)
Teague referenced a fore-
closed house on Verda Lane
last year where transients were
squatters. CRU members
made contact numerous times,
after forcing the New York
bank owning the property to
do a foreclosure notice.
“Those are the kinds of
things you want us to do,”
Teague told audience mem-
bers. “It not only makes you
feel safer, you are safer.”
Attacking drug issues is an
example of a delicate balance.
“The payoff has been tre-
mendous,” Teague said. “We
have shut down some of the
drug houses that were can-
cerous. But it came at the
expense of the Traffi c Safety
Unit. We reassigned them into
CRU. We couldn’t focus on
organized retail crime, which
is a major problem at Keizer
Station.”
There is another issue with
using POP.
“The problem with POP is
how do you measure if you’re
doing a good job?” Teague
asked rhetorically. “If the goal
is community safety, how do
you measure it? It’s easy to
measure things like calls and
citations. But that doesn’t tell
you how safe you feel. I’m not
real clear on how to measure
that.”
Teague pointed to the bar-
ricade on Sandy Drive behind
McNary High School as a
trouble spot for more than 20
years.
“It was a major neighbor-
hood problem,” Teague said.
“We worked with the school.
We put the gate up, shut and
locked it. Bill (Lawyer, Public
Works director) worked with
the builders at the new (St.
Edward) church to put up a
gate. That has solved a 25-year
problem. That is POP.”
While offi cers on patrol are
still stopping cars, Teague said
offi cers are being asked to as-
sess the situation before auto-
matically handing out a ticket.
“I want my guys talking to
people,” Teague said. “In the
Salem-Keizer School District,
49 percent of students come
from an impoverished home.
A $200 ticket may have a gen-
erational impact. If a ticket can
affect a family to that degree,
(giving it) does not cut down
on crime in Keizer. We need
to pay attention to what we’re
doing to people.”
Mayor Cathy Clark noted
the chief has added a forensics
investigator position, which
Teague said is necessary giv-
en the rise in electronics and
technology these days.
“I asked before Christmas if
there is an exam we can give
(to applicants),” Teague said.
“Part of the job responsibil-
ity is to scout the Internet for
child pornography in the area.
I don’t want to hire someone
who will go sideways on us,
because it would wear on a
guy. There is so much we do
around electronics these days,
it can be two-thirds of a de-
tective’s time. That (new posi-
tion) will be a real boon for us.
Not a lot of agencies have that
in-house, but all of them are
desperate for that.”
Clark referred back to the
change between Adams and
Teague in the budget process,
since Adams often asked for
several more cops to be added
to the KPD roster.
“We had to wrap our minds
around you not asking for 10
cops,” Clark said.
Teague emphasized the
importance of being effi cient
with 37 cops, which is down
from a peak of 41 cops.
“If we run the numbers, a
city our size ought to have 74
cops, in an average for the na-
tion,” Teague said. “In Oregon
it should be 54 cops. By no
means do we need 54 cops
in Keizer. We’re good for the
next 20 years. That is good ef-
fi ciency.”
Councilor Kim Freeman
noted community surveys in
recent years have shown citi-
zens want more offi cers on
the street.
“Chief, what are your
thoughts if people want more
offi cers on the street?” Free-
man asked. “If this is what the
chief needs, we will back him
up. It’s the job of the council
to support him.”
Teague noted he will sup-
port the budget city manager
Chris Eppley comes up with.
“What we need is another
motor cop and two more of-
fi cers for the night shift,” he
said. “When it comes to bud-
get, I will back my city man-
ager.”
John Doneth
accepts the First
Citizen award at
last year’s Keizer
First Citizen
Awards Banquet.
KEIZERTIMES fi le/
Eric A. Howald
RISING,
continued from Page 1
and Larry Jackson. The Service
to Education nominees are
Ch uck and Krina Lee, JoAnne
Beilke, Jim Taylor, Scott Co-
burn and John Honey.
The different part ties in
with this year’s theme of Ris-
ing to the Occasion.
“You can bring someone
in who will be recognized
that night,” said Audrey But-
ler, president of the Keizer
Chamber of Commerce
board. “Maybe it’s someone
you want to recognize. We
will have small awards.”
Christine Dieker, execu-
tive director of the Keizer
Chamber of Commerce that
puts the event on, said the idea
ties in nicely with this year’s
theme.
“We are wanting to start
something special with this
rising to the occasion recogni-
tion,” Dieker said. With a table,
a business or organization that
wants to honor and recognize
those rising to the occasion
daily or annually can do so.
They might not be considered
for the main awards, but they
are the workhorses behind the
scenes. They are doing what
they are passionate about.”
As an example, Dieker
said her husband’s company
is sponsoring a table and rec-
ognizing the coach of their
daughter’s soccer team. She
also noted Chemeketa Com-
munity College is sponsoring
a table and wants to honor
people at McNary High
School.
“We’re so happy about
that,” Dieker said. “Sometimes
we can’t thank those kind of
people enough. This is for
businesses, schools or govern-
ment organizations to sponsor
a table. Maybe they have a list
of people and will share one
or two. The sponsors of the ta-
bles will be recognized and get
better seats. They will also get
the warm feeling that comes
with this.”
At this point, it’s unclear if
the new recognition will be a
one-time deal or will become
annual.
“I would love to see it be
annual, but let’s see the par-
ticipation level,” Dieker said.
“I would love to see 15 tables
of that nature.”
Dieker noted steps are be-
ing taken to ensure the main
award winners don’t get over-
shadowed in any way.
“The main recipients will
be presented their awards as
they have in the past, given by
(last year’s) recipients of each
of those awards,” Dieker said.
“They will have that platform
on the stage, as much time as
we’ve had in the past. The ris-
ing to occasion recipients will
not be brought to the stage.
They will be in the program
and we’ll have them stand at
the table. There will be a cam-
era going around the room
with an introduction of our
rising people. We’ll highlight
them quickly on the screen.
It’s their 20 seconds of fame.
Many of these people have
never been to the banquet be-
fore.”
There are other smaller
changes this year, including a
return to the Keizer Quality
Suites.
“We love to give an oppor-
tunity for all of our chamber
members to spend money (at
the hotel),” Dieker said. “We
want to do it in a rotating fash-
ion. The caterer we brought in
last year was a chamber mem-
ber, while the Quality Inn is as
well. It is a nice venue.”
Things will also sound a bit
different this year.
“We are doing professional
audio this year,” Dieker said.
“We decided to increase the
ambiance. Nathan Bauer will
be the emcee.”
Last year’s winners were
John Doneth (First Citizen),
Rob Miller (Merchant of
the Year) and Ron Hittner
(Service to Education). For
the fi rst time, two President’s
Awards were handed out last
year, to Mark Caillier and Mc-
Nary High School teacher Jim
Taylor.
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NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY
OF MARION
Probate Department
Case No.: 14C15959
INFORMATION TO HEIRS,
DEVISEES, AND OTHER
INTERESTED PARTIES
In the Matter of the Estate of
MARY RUTH FRINK,
Deceased.
The following information
is given to you as a devisee,
heir, or interested party or the
above-named Decedent who
died on May 2, 2014, at Salem
Hospital in Salem, Oregon.
Estate proceedings in the
Decedent’s estate, bearing
the clerk’s fi le number
14C15959,
have
been
commenced and are now
pending in the above-entitled
court. On January 12, 2015,
Camille Terhune was duly
appointed and is now serving
as Personal Representative of
the estate. Your rights may be
affected by this proceeding;
additional information may
be obtained from the records
of the Court, the undersigned
Personal Representative, or
the attorney for the Personal
Representative
and
the
attorney for the Personal
Representative are:
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Brady Mertz, OSB #970814
345 Lincoln Street SE
Salem, Oregon 97302
PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Camille Terhune
4524 Candi Place NE
Salem, Oregon 97301
ORS 113.075 provides
that any person may assert
an interest in the estate for
the reason that there exists a
will that has not been alleged
in the Petition or that the
Decedent agree, promised,
or represented that the
Decedent would make a will
or device. Such an action
must be commenced before
the later of four months after
the date of delivery or mailing
of the Information described in
ORS 113.145, or four months
after the fi rst publication of
notice to interested persons.
NOTICE: If you wish to
receive copies of future fi lings
in this case, you must inform
the Court and the attorney for
the Personal Representative
in this Notice. You must
inform the Court by fi ling a
request for notice and paying
any applicable fee, if any. The
request for notice must be in
writing, must clearly indicate
that you wish to receive future
fi lings in the proceedings,
and must contain your
name, address, and phone
number. You must notify the
attorney for the Personal
Representative by mailing
a true copy of the request to
the attorney. Unless you take
these steps, you will receive
no further copies of the fi lings
in the case.
DATED the 22 day of
January, 2015
BRADY MERTZ, PC
Brady Mertz, OSB #970814
Attorney for Personal
Representative
PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Camille Terhune
4524 Candi Place NE
Salem, Oregon 97301
P. 971.218.3520
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Brady Mertz, OSB #970814
345 Lincoln Street SE
Salem, Oregon 97302
P: 503.385.0121
F: 503.375.2218
E: brady@bradymertz.com
01/30, 2/6, 2/13
PUBLISHED SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR MARION COUNTY
Juvenile Department
Case Nos.
J140901
J140898
J140902
PUBLISHED SUMMONS
In the Matter of
RYLEE ANNETTE LOYD
KAYLIN DANIELLE LOYD
HALEY MARIE FORD
Children.
TO: Crystina Danielle Ford
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF OREGON:
A Petition has been fi led
asking the court to terminate
your parental rights to the
above-named
children
for the purpose of placing
the children for adoption.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO
PERSONALLY
APPEAR
BEFORE the Marion County
Juvenile Court at 3030
Center St NE Salem, OR
97301, on the 23rd day
of February, 2015 at 9:00
a.m. to admit or deny the
allegations of the petition
and to personally appear
at any subsequent court-
ordered hearing. YOU MUST
APPEAR
PERSONALLY
IN THE COURTROOM ON
THE DATE AND AT THE
TIME
LISTED
ABOVE.
AN ATTORNEY MAY NOT
ATTEND THE HEARING IN
YOUR PLACE. THEREFORE,
YOU MUST APPEAR EVEN
IF YOUR ATTORNEY ALSO
APPEARS.
This summons is published
pursuant to orders of the
circuit court judge of the
above-entitled court, dated
January 15, 2015. The orders
direct that this summons be
published once each week
for three consecutive weeks,
making three publications in
all, in a published newspaper
of general circulation in
Marion County, Oregon.
Date of fi rst publication:
January 30, 2015
Date of last publication:
February 13, 2015
NOTICE
READ THESE PAPERS
CAREFULLY
IF YOU DO NOT APPEAR
PERSONALLY
BEFORE
THE
COURT
OR
DO
NOT APPEAR AT ANY
SUBSEQUENT
COURT-
ORDERED HEARING, the
court may proceed in your
absence without further notice
and TERMINATE YOUR
PARENTAL RIGHTS to the
above-named children either
ON THE DATE SPECIFIED
IN THIS SUMMONS OR ON
A FUTURE DATE, and may
make such orders and take
such action as authorized by
law.
RIGHTS AND
OBLIGATIONS
(1) YOU HAVE A RIGHT
TO BE REPRESENTED BY
AN ATTORNEY IN THIS
MATTER. If you are currently
represented by an attorney,
CONTACT YOUR ATTORNEY
IMMEDIATELY
UPON
RECEIVING THIS NOTICE.
Your previous attorney may
not be representing you in this
matter.
IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD
TO HIRE AN ATTORNEY, and
you meet the state’s fi nancial
guidelines, you are entitled to
have an attorney appointed
for you at state expense. TO
REQUEST APPOINTMENT
OF AN ATTORNEY TO
REPRESENT YOU AT STATE
EXPENSE,
YOU
MUST
IMMEDIATELY
CONTACT
the Marion County Juvenile
Department, 3030 Center
St NE Salem, OR 97301,
phone number 503-588-5291,
between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. for further
information.
IF YOU WISH TO HIRE
AN ATTORNEY, please retain
one as soon as possible and
have the attorney present
at the above hearing. If you
need help fi nding an attorney,
you may call the Oregon State
Bar’s Lawyer Referral Service
at (503) 684-3763 or toll free
in Oregon at (800) 452-7636.
IF
YOU
ARE
REPRESENTED
BY AN
ATTORNEY, IT IS YOUR
RESPONSIBILITY
TO
MAINTAIN CONTACT WITH
YOUR ATTORNEY AND TO
KEEP YOUR ATTORNEY
ADVISED
OF
YOUR
WHEREABOUTS.
(2) If you contest the
petition, the court will schedule
a hearing on the allegations
of the petition and order you
to appear personally and
may schedule other hearings
related to the petition and
order you to appear personally.
IF YOU ARE ORDERED
TO APPEAR, YOU MUST
APPEAR
PERSONALLY
IN
THE
COURTROOM,
UNLESS
THE
COURT
HAS GRANTED YOU AN
EXCEPTION IN ADVANCE
UNDER ORS 419B.918 TO
APPEAR BY OTHER MEANS
INCLUDING,
BUT
NOT
LIMITED TO, TELEPHONIC
OR OTHER ELECTRONIC
MEANS. AN ATTORNEY
MAY NOT ATTEND THE
HEARING(S)
IN
YOUR
PLACE.
PETITIONER’S ATTORNEY
Sarah S. Morris
Sr. Assistant
Attorney General
Department of Justice
1162 Court Street NE
Salem, OR 97301-4096
Phone: (503) 934-4400
ISSUED this 26th day of
January, 2015.
Issued by:
Sarah S. Morris #964319
Sr. Assistant
Attorney General
01/30, 2/6, 2/13
NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY
OF MARION
No. 15PB00211- Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Marian J. Minty, Deceased
Notice is hereby given
that by Order of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon
for Marion County, Probate
No.
15PB00211,
Jimi
Barnholt has been appointed
Personal Representative of
the ESTATE OF MARIAN J.
MINTY, deceased.
All persons having claims
against said estate are
required to present such
claims, with proper vouchers,
to the undersigned Personal
Representative, c/o Sarah K.
Rinehart, Attorney at Law, 117
Commercial Street NE, Suite
300, Salem, Oregon 97301,
within four (4) months after
the date of fi rst publication of
this notice, or the claims may
be barred.
All persons whose rights
may be affected by these
proceedings
may
obtain
additional information from
the Personal Representative,
the attorney for the Personal
Representative, or from the
records of the court.
Dated and fi rst published
January 30, 2015.
Jimi Barnholt
Personal Representative
Sarah K. Rinehart,
Attorney at Law
117 Commercial Street NE,
Suite 300
Salem, Oregon 97301
Attorney for
Personal Representative
1/30, 2/6, 2/13