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Oklahoma City FRIDAY, Friday, March 15, 2013, Page 11

AARP announces support of bills


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House honors veteran


JOE PATTERSON, a veteran of the United States Army Air Corps during World War II, the United States Air Force Reserve and the Oklahoma Army National Guard, was recognized on the House floor. State Rep. Randy McDaniel, R-Oklahoma City, who sponsored Patterson, said he is honored to have such a distinguished veteran in House District 83. "Joe Patterson provided many years of outstanding military service. On behalf of a grateful state, I was honored to have the opportunity to recognize and thank him for his service," McDaniel said.

Senate Bill 587 -This measure would allow residents of Oklahoma's nursing homes to have electronic monitoring devices (video surveillance cameras) installed in their private rooms at their own expense. The legislation also prohibits a nursing facility from denying admittance to or attempting to move or retaliate against a resident that desires to have a private video surveillance camera installed in his or her own room. Senate Bill 629 -This measure requires the Oklahoma Department of Health to conduct unannounced inspections of all longterm care facilities operated by the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs to be evaluated for compliance with the Continuum of Care and Assisted Living Facilities Act and the Nursing Home Care Act. In addition, the measure requires the Department of Health to submit the

results of its inspections, including a list of deficiencies in the condition or operation of a facility and recommendations for corrective measures to the administrator of the facility in question, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the War Veterans Commission, the Governor, the Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. The measure also requires the Department of Health to initiate a complaint with the appropriate district attorney and to cooperate in any ensuing prosecutions when a Department of Health inspection reveals the commission of a crime or crimes at any long-term care facility operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs. House Bill 1418 This measure would create the "Josephine Meade Anti-Hunger Act," which would require the Oklahoma Department of Human Services to promulgate

rules allowing individuals utilizing the food services of senior nutrition sites to take home leftover food. House Bill 1520 -This measure would provide legal courts with the discretion to order an initial mediation upon the filing of a verified petition for grandparental visitation rights. Senate Bill 550 -This measure would amend Oklahoma's Unfair Sales Act to remove the mandatory minimum markup of 6% on certain merchandise and products. More information, including a full list of legislative priorities is available at www.aarp.org/ok.
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FORMER LT. GOVERNOR Jari Askins, Beth Liles and Glenna Lasater present Women's Oklahoma Golf Association President Cheri Rich with $8,200, which was left in the Duncan Dunk 'N Divot Golf Tournament account after it was discontinued. Askins' mother, Jarita Askins organized the tournament 17 of its 25 years. The money will benefit the association's scholarship fund, of which Tricia Everest is chairman. Rose Lanelokcfriday

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NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been made to close, vacate, and/or discontinue the following described easement and building regulation of the plat of Whispering Hills, the City of The Village, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma: The following described properties are being considered for the purpose of being closed, vacated and/or discontinued: Portion of Easement Located in Block 2: A tract of land being a part of the Northeast Quarter (NE/4) of Section Thirty (30), Township Thirteen (13) North, Range Three (3) West of the Indian Meridian, The City of the Village, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, and being a portion of a 10' Utility Easement located in Block Two (2) of Whispering Hills recorded in Book 43 of Plats, Page 55, being 5' on either side of the following described centerline: COMMENCING at the Northwest (NW) Corner of said Block Two (2); THENCE South 8945'49" East, along and with the North line of said Block Two (2), a distance of 390.12 feet; THENCE South 0030'35" East, departing said North line, along and with the East line of a drainage and utility easement, a distance of 380.96 feet;

(Published in OKC Friday, Friday, March 15, 2013). particularly described as: THENCE South 0100'29" West, continuing along and with said East line of a drainage and utility easement, a distance of 185.19 feet to the centerline of a partially vacated 10' U/E; THENCE along and with the centerline of said partially vacated 10' U/E the following four (4) calls: 1. South 8945'49" East, a distance of 157.76 feet; 2. North 4641'03" East, a distance of 58.05 feet; 3. South 8945'49" East, a distance of 204.31 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. 4. South 8945'49" East, a distance of 0.69 feet; 5. South 7557'42' East, a distance of 9.22 feet to a point on the West right-ofway line of vacated Finley Road, said point being the POINT OF ENDING. Portion of Easement Located in Block 1: A tract of land being a part of the Northeast Quarter (NE/4) of Section Thirty (30), Township Thirteen (13) North, Range Three (3) West of the Indian Meridian, The City of the Village, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, and being all of the 10' Utility Easement located in Block One (1) of Whispering Hills recorded in Book 43 of Plats, Page 55. AND the following building regulation of the plat of Whispering Hills, more Twenty-Five Foot (25') Building Line: The Twenty-Five foot (25') Building line along the eastern side of Finley Road (previously vacated) located in Block One (1) of the plat of Whispering Hills, recorded in Book 43 of Plats, Page 55. AND including all public utility easements in the above described property interest previously reserved or dedicated therein for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating public works or utilities. A public hearing regarding the application for the closure, vacation, and/or discontinued use of the above described easement and building regulation will be held on April 16, 2013 beginning at 7:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers of The Village City Hall located at 2304 Manchester Drive, The Village, Oklahoma. All property owners in the immediately surrounding areas are hereby given notice that they may inspect said application in the Office of the Planning Department located at 2304 Manchester Drive, The Village, Oklahoma. Any arguments and evidence for or against the approval of said application should be filed with the Office of the City Clerk, 2304 Manchester Drive, The Village, Oklahoma 73120 three (3) days prior to the hour set for public hearing.

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