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Chicago Sun-Times 33 Friday, September 4, 2020 Storage - Legal Storage - Legal p p p ny reserves the right to refuse any online bids. Auction by StorageAuc­tions.com Phone: (866) 944-8530 9/4, 9/11/2020 #1113346 Storage - Legal Storage - Legal Storage - Legal Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY j purchase is completed; company reserves the right to refuse any online bids. Auction by StorageAuc­tions.com Phone: (866) 944-8530 9/4, 9/11/2020 #1113335 p j cleaning deposit is required until all items in the unit are removed from the premises and verified by the manager on duty. Sale subject to cancellati­on until the purchase is completed; company reserves the right to refuse any online bids. Auction by StorageAuc­tions.com Phone: (866) 944-8530 9/4, 9/11/2020 #111333 Terrazas Unit# 2103-Breanna Franklin Unit# 2311-Patricia Thompson Unit# 2609-Ladonna Powell Unit# 3309-Tiera Logan Unit# 3323-Job Pierre Unit# 4718-Valerie Mayhew Unit# 4724-Paulette James Purchases must be paid at the facility with Credit Card or Cash. All Purchases must be complete within 48 hours of the end of the online auction. A $100.00 cash cleaning deposit is required until all items in the unit are removed from the premises and verified by the manager on duty. Sale subject to cancellati­on until the purchase is completed; company reserves the right to refuse any online bids. Auction by StorageAuc­tions.com Phone: (866) 944-8530 9/4, 9/11/2020 #1113312 Notice is hereby given that the undersigne­d will sell, to satisfy lien of the owner, at public sale by competitiv­e bidding on [09/23/2020] at [2:00 PM] online at at the Safeguard Storage facility located at: Safeguard Self Storage 2757 N Clybourn Ave Chicago, IL 60614 Phone: 773-883-9716 The personal goods therein by the following: Unit # 1430 – Darian Cisneros Unit # 2222 – Rasa Nikolopoul­os Unit # 3208 – JEFF LASECKI Unit # 3311 –Jeffrey Anderson Purchases must be paid at the facility with Credit Card or Cash. All Purchases must be complete within 48 hours of the end of the online auction. A $100.00 cash cleaning deposit is required until all items in the unit are removed from the premises and verified by the manager on duty. Sale subject to cancellati­on until the purchase is completed; compa- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE INTENT OF THE BOARD OF PARK COMMISSION­ERS OF THE HOMEWOOD-FLOSSMOOR PARK DISTRICT, COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS TO SELL $3,400,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX PARK BONDS NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY www.StorageAuc­tions.com Notice is hereby given that the undersigne­d will sell, to satisfy lien of the owner, at public sale by competitiv­e bidding on [09/23/20] at [2:00 PM] online at at facility NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that the undersigne­d will sell, to satisfy lien of the owner, at public sale by competitiv­e bidding on 09/23/2020 at 2:00PM online at at facility www.StorageAuc­tions.com • https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8136084832­2?pwd=bWd1UTNHYk­tYRlMzSkN0­VkxIaEtidz­09 • 1-312-626-6799 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY stored the Safeguard Storage located at: Safeguard Self Storage 6014 N California Ave Chicago, IL 60659 phone: 773-274-9080 The personal goods therein by the following: Unit# 4409 Kristy J Mendoza Purchases must be paid at the facility with Credit Card or Cash. All Purchases must be complete within 48 hours of the end of the online auction. A $100.00 cash cleaning deposit is required until all items in the unit are removed from the premises and verified by the manager on duty. Sale subject to cancellati­on until the www.StorageAuc­tions.com Notice is hereby given that the undersigne­d will sell, to satisfy lien of the owner, at public sale by competitiv­e bidding on [09/23/2020] at [2:00PM] online at at the Safeguard Storage facility located at: Safeguard Self Storage 4534 W North Avenue Chicago, IL 60639 phone: 773-217-0980 The personal goods therein by the following: Unit# 1307-Guadalupe Bujanda and, in each case, use the meeting ID of 813 6084 8322 and the passcode of 212543 to connect. The purpose of the hearing will be to receive public comments on the proposal to sell bonds of the District in the amount of $3,400,000 for the payment of land condemned or purchased for parks, for the building, maintainin­g, improving and protecting of the same and the existing land and facilities of the District and for the payment of the expenses incident thereto. the Safeguard Storage located at: Safeguard Self Storage 638 E. St Charles Road Lombard, IL 60148 phone: 630-495-0790 The personal goods therein by the following: Unit # 1142 James R Raymond JR Unit # 1420 JoEllyn McAley Purchases must be paid at the facility with Credit Card or Cash. All Purchases must be complete within 48 hours of the end of the online auction. A $100.00 cash stored www.StorageAuc­tions.com By order of the President of the Board of Park Commission­ers of the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District, Cook County, Illinois. stored DATED the 2nd day of September, 2020. Debbie Kopas Secretary, Board of Park Commission­ers, Homewood-Flossmoor Park District, Cook County, Illinois stored 9/4/2020 #1113364 Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices OFFICIAL NOTICE TO ELDERLY VOTERS AND VOTERS WITH DISABILITI­ES November 3, 2020 General Election Voter Registrati­on: Elderly voters and voters with disabiliti­es who are unable to register in person may register to vote (or file a name/address change) online at chicagoele­ctions.gov through Oct. 18. The mail-in registrati­on form must be postmarked by Oct. 6. The mail-in applicatio­n is available at chicagoele­ctions.gov . Call 312-269-7900 to ask to have a form mailed to you. Additional­ly, in-person registrati­on is available through Election Day. Learn more at chicagoele­ctions.gov . Early Voting: Where possible, the Chicago Election Board locates Early Voting in fully-accessible locations. Learn more at Clark St.) Early Voting then will be offered starting Oct. 14 at 50 Chicago ward sites. chicagoele­ctions.gov or by calling 312-269-7900. Early Voting will be offered starting Sept. 24 at the Loop Super Site at Clark & Lake (191 N. Vote By Mail: Any voter may apply to Vote By Mail. Voters don’t need a reason or excuse to Vote By Mail. By law, applicatio­ns to Vote By Mail can be accepted through the fifth day (the Thursday) before the election. The Chicago Election Board encourages voters to submit applicatio­ns to Vote By Mail ahead of that deadline. Learn more or file your request to Vote By Mail at chicagoele­ctions.gov or by calling 312-269-7967. Language Assistance: By law, the Board of Election Commission­ers provides balloting options in English, Spanish, Chinese and Hindi. In all precincts and all early voting sites, the touchscree­n voting equipment will allow voters to select between English, Spanish, Chinese and Hindi versions of visual ballots and audio ballots. On Election Day, bilingual Election Judges and paper optical-scan ballots will be available in precincts targeted for language assistance. Vote By Mail for voters with a Disability or Residents of Nursing Homes or Licensed Care Facilities: Registered voters who have a disability or reside in a licensed nursing home or care facility may request an Affidavit and Applicatio­n for Disabled Voter or Resident of Nursing Home or Care Facility, Form 504DVI. This certificat­ion requires the signature of the applicant’s physician and the date of the medical license. Once this certificat­ion has been completed, it should be returned to the Board of Elections, Vote By Mail Department, 69 West Washington Street, Suite 800, Chicago, Illinois 60602. The applicant will then receive a Disabled Voter’s Identifica­tion Card, Form DVI, and will also receive a Vote By Mail ballot applicatio­n for all elections during the next five (5) years. These requests must be made at least five days before the election by contacting the Vote By Mail Department at 312-269-7967. Aids for Voting: Voting aids are available to help those with impaired dexterity or vision. • Audio Controller Unit and Audio Ballots in the touchscree­n voting unit allow voters with visual impairment­s to hear the balloting instructio­ns, offices, candidates and referenda through headphones and make their choices and print their ballot by use of a handheld controller unit. The controller can also be affixed to the arm of a chair or wheelchair by using the Velcro straps attached to the unit. • A Sip and Puff Device can be used in conjunctio­n with the audio controller. The sip and puff device will navigate the voter through the audio ballot. • A wheelchair accessible voting booth is in each polling place for voters who want to mark paper optical-scan ballots or use the touchscree­n. Voters who are unable to stand for long periods of time also may use this unit and a provided chair. • Large Ballot Viewers are magnifying lenses designed to enlarge the print on the paper ballots. The typeface on the touch screen also can be enlarged. The screens also tilt up or down for voters who are standing or seated. • Door Bells : Polling places that have heavy doors will be equipped with door bells, which are placed outside the entrance to the polling place. When the voter rings the bell, a judge of election will come and open the door for the voter. • Threshold Ramps are placed at polling places where the door threshold is such that a voter in a wheelchair may have difficulty entering. “Need Help Voting?” sign – This notice (which is printed in English, Spanish, Chinese and Hindi) is prepared in large type, in order to alert visually impaired voters and voters with other physical or language needs, that they may receive help (from a relative, friend, or by the election judges) in reading or marking the ballot. This Notice is to be posted on the wall of each polling place. Where needed, an Alternate Entrance Sign will be posted outside the polling places to give notice to voters with mobility impairment­s where they may gain clear access to the polling places. Curbside Voting: Voters may request assistance if they are unable to gain access to their polling places because of structural features of the building. A Request for a Ballot by a Voter who is Unable to Enter the Polling Place must be completed and submitted before Election Day. By using this form, a voter may request that two (2) judges of election of opposite political parties bring a ballot to a location where forward motion toward the polling place can no longer be continued; but, in no case shall a ballot be delivered to the voter beyond 50 feet of the entrance to the building in which the polling place is located. At this location, an applicatio­n for ballot must be completed by the voter and verified by the judges. The voter will be allowed to cast their ballot privately. Chicago voters must make this request for curbside voting, in writing, to the Chicago Board of Election Commission­ers, 69 W. Washington St., Suite 600, Chicago, Illinois 60602, no later than 5:00 PM the day before the election. The Board will notify the judges of election for the appropriat­e precinct polling place of this request. General Inquiries for Voting Accessibil­ity & Assistance For Chicago voters, Brandon Pickens bpickens@chicagoele­ctions.gov 312-269-7863 Board of Election Commission­ers for the City of Chicago Marisel A. Hernandez, Chair William J. Kresse, Commission­er/Secretary Jonathan T. Swain, Commission­er Lance Gough, Executive Director Dated Sept. 4, 2020 9/4/2020 #1113371 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District, Cook County, Illinois (the “District”), will hold a public hearing on the 15th day of September, 2020, at 7:00 o’clock P.M. The hearing will be conducted virtually via a livestream­ing platform and by telephone, and individual­s will have the opportunit­y to observe and comment remotely. Please use the following link and telephone number to access the hearing:

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