NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Location of livestock impoundment: 68507 S BARTON ROAD, RAINIER OREGON 97048 On 06/21/2021 the attached property list# 9290 of livestock animals were impounded for being in violation of Columbia County Ordinance 2019-6 Livestock at large. The owner of the livestock animals is responsible for the cost of the impoundment, plus boarding and care fees, as well as a $500 presumptive fine for each violation of this Ordinance. Ordinance 2019-6 Livestock at large is enforceable through impoundment procedures in Ordinance 2019-6 and through the use of procedures in the County Enforcement Ordinance. The owner or leinholder of these livestock animal may dispute the impoundment by submitting a timely written appeal request for a hearing to the Board of County Commissioners no later than fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of the Notice of Impoundment. The owner OR Lienholder of these livestock animals request for a hearing before the Board of Commissioners, the request must include the requestor’s name, contact information, mailing address and phone number. The request for a hearing must also include a statement of the bases as to why the impoundment of these livestock animals is believed to be improper. The statement should include any material facts and evidence to support the claims contentions. Failure of the owner or Lienholder to request a hearing in a timely manner, will result in a conclusive presumption that a nuisance exists pursuant to Ordinance 2019-6. Unclaimed livestock animals impounded under Ordinance 2019-6 that go unclaimed for over 30 days after the last publication date of this notice of impoundment may be disposed of by the County as provided by Ordinance 2019-6. The owner or lienholder of the livestock animals may redeem the animals by appearing prior to the disposition of the livestock animals, paying the Counties costs and presumptive fine of $500 as provided under Ordinance 2019-06 and the County enforcement Ordinance. The owner prior to return of the Livestock animal will also need to provide satisfactory evidence that the owner has or will implement reasonable measures to prevent further violation of Ordinance 2019-6. Fencing inspections for adequate fencing, may be arranged with the County Department of Ag extension office at 503-397-3462. This Notice was submitted on 6/22/2021 by Roger Kadell, Columbia County ACO Publish July 2, 9, 2021 CCS207071

ad: 207071

Publication: OPC Legals 2

Section: Legals

Start Date: 2021/06/30

End Date: 2021/07/09

Owner: Columbia County Sheriff's Office


County: Columbia