PUBLISHED IN THE CLAREMORE DAILY PROGRESS, CLAREMORE, OKLAHOMA, FEBRUARY 1, 2013.
NOTICE OF HEARING TO DETERMINE IF BUILDING IS DILAPIDATED
January 29, 2013
To: Vanessa Joy Luellen
1007 S. Reavis Rd.
Claremore, OK 74017
Floyd Ray and Vanessa Joy Luellen
2409 Holly Road
Claremore, OK 74017
Kivell, Rayment & Francis
Attn: K. Renee Davis
Triad Center I, Suite 550
7666 E. 61st St.
Tulsa, OK 74133
U.S. Bank National Assoc., Trustee Corporate Trust
60 Livingston Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55101
U.S. Bank National Assoc., Trustee
209 S. LaSalle St., 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60604
RE: City of Claremore v. Vanessa Joy Luellen
Property Address: 2409 S. Holly Road, Claremore, OK 74017
Legal Description: The East 10 feet of Tract 30 and the West 152 feet of Tract No. 31 of HOLIDAY HILLS, an Addition to the City of Claremore, Rogers County, Oklahoma, according to the recorded Plat thereof
To Whom It May Concern:
Please be advised that a hearing will be held by City staff in accordance with OKLA. STAT. tit. 11, §22-112 and Claremore City Ordinance §150.120 and following notice to the owner of the property, any mortgage owner as shown on the records of the Rogers County Clerk, or any other party claiming an interest in said property on the 14th day of February, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. in the City Manager’s Office located at 104 S. Muskogee Ave. in Claremore, OK.
The record owner of the property as shown by the current tax rolls of the Rogers county Treasurer is: Floyd Ray and Vanessa Joy Luellen. A mortgage unreleased of record is held by U.S. Bank National Association, As Trustee for the Holders of the Specialty Underwriting and Residential Finance Trust, Mortgage Loan Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2006-BC1
The purpose of said hearing is to determine whether or not the building located at 2409 S. Holly Road, Claremore, Oklahoma with a legal description of The east 10 feet of Tract 30 and the West 152 feet of Tract No. 31 of HOLIDAY HILLS, an Addition to the City of Claremore, Rogers County, Oklahoma, according to the recorded plat thereof, is dilapidated and has become detrimental to the health, safety or welfare of the general public and the community, or if the building creates a fire hazard which is dangerous to other property.
If the City Manager determines at such hearing that the building constitutes s detriment or a hazard and that the property would be benefited by the removal of such conditions, then the City of Claremore may cause the dilapidated building to be torn down and removed. The City shall fix reasonable dates for the commencement and the completion of the work. If the work is not performed by the property owner within the dates fixed by the City then the agents of the City of Claremore shall enter upon the property for the purpose of tearing down and removing said building.
The City shall determine the actual cost of the dismantling and removal of the dilapidated building and any other necessary expenses in conjunction with said work, all of which, including interest thereon, shall become a lien against the above described real property and the City shall file a notice and claim of said lien with the office of the County Clerk. All of such costs and interest thereon are the personal responsibility of the property owner from and after the date of filing of the notice.
If the City is not paid for all of its costs for the dismantling and removal of the building, together with interest, within six months from the date it mails a statement to you as owner for the property, then said amounts shall be levied on the property and collected by the County Treasurer as are other taxes authorized by law. The City’s lien shall be coequal with the lien of ad valorem taxes and all other taxes and special assessments and shall be prior and superior to all other titles and liens against the property.
You have the right to appeal to the Claremore City Council from any order made by the City Manager by filing written notice of appeal with the City Clerk within ten days after the City Manager’s decision is rendered.
You should attend the above referred hearing and present any evidence you may have as to whether or not the building is dilapidated and has become detrimental to the health, safety or welfare of the general public and the community, or if the property creates a fire hazard which is dangerous to other property.
s/ Sarah Sharp
City of Claremore