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Legal Notices: Miscellaneous Notices 2013CV06328
- LEGAL NOTICE OF COMPLAINT
(Petition for Appropriation)
Defendants Gale Andruskewicz, address Unknown; John Doe, Unknown Spouse of Gale Andruskewicz, Address Unknown; Daryl Hughes, Address Unknown; Jane Doe, Unknown Spouse of Daryl Hughes, Address Unknown; Clarence W. Hughes, Address Unknown, Jane Doe, Unknown spouse of Clarence W. Hughes; address Unknown; Charles Hughes, Address Unknown; Jane Doe, Unknown spouse of Charles Hughes, address Unknown; Gary Michael Hughes, Address Unknown; and Jane Doe, Unknown Spouse of Gary Michael Hughes, address Unknown; will take notice that on October 17, 2013, The City of Dayton, Ohio filed its Complaint being captioned “The City of Dayton, Ohio v Sheryl Howard, et al.” in the Court of Common Pleas, Montgomery County, Ohio, Case No. 2013CV06328. The action seeks to appropriate certain property for the Stewart Street and Wayne Ave. Retaining Wall Replacement/Repair in association with the road widening project in Dayton, Ohio and to fix the value of the property.
The property sought to be appropriated is more specifically described as fee simple interest 1WD and a temporary casement 1T concerning Montgomery County Auditor’s Parcel No R72 03308 0053.
Pursuant to Civil Rule 12(A)(1), the above reference Defendants shall take further notice that it has 28 days after completion of the Service by Publication within which to answer or otherwise defend against Plaintiff’s petition
The original of any such answer or other pleading defending against Plaintiff’s petition must be filed with Gregory A. Brush the Clerk of the Common Pleas Court of Montgomery County, Ohio, and whose mailing address is 41 N. Perry St., Dayton, Ohio 45422. A copy of the answer or other defensive pleading must be served upon Plaintiff’s attorney, John C. Musto, Assistant City Attorney, 101 W. Third St., PO Box 22, Dayton, OH 45401.
A failure to answer or otherwise defend within twenty-eight (28) of completion of Service by Publication will result in Plaintiff, pursuant to Civil Rule 55, asking the court to grant a default judgment against any person who fails to answer or otherwise defend.
The City of Dayton, Ohio
John C. Musto #0071512
Assistant City Attorney
11-29 & 12-06-13 2FRI
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