The Coshocton County Beacon February 27, 2019 - Page 31

Ridgewood board meets WEST LAFAYETTE - Th e Ridgewood Local School Board met in regular session on Jan. 19, at the administration building. Commendations were given to the Ridgewood Middle School Seventh Grade Girls Basketball team for winning the Championship IVC South. Th e team is coached by Steff aniee Powers. Superintendent gave a presentation of ED Choice Scholarship program. Th e treasurer’s report was given and the following items were approved: • An agreement with Northwest Ohio computer Assoc. Program of the Northern Buckeye Education Council Agreement for limited information processing services. • Internet service agreement with OMERESA for FY 2020 as presented. • Th en and now certifi cate to Jeff erson County ESC • Donation from W. L. Lions Club to Ridgewood Elementary School - $750 • Donation Jones Metal for Athletics $1,500 • Donation from VFW for wrestling $300 • Donation from VFW for music department $300 Superintendent Michael Masloski presented the follow- ing items approved by the board: • Mary Lou Schwartz as a district sub • College Credit Plus MOU for 2019-2020 Stark State College and Muskingum University • Overnight Trip for Ridgewood High School Marching Band and choir eighth through 12th grade to Disney World in Orlando, Florida on Jan. 16-20, 2020. Pat Kelley gave a presentation for a new fi eld house. Th e next regular meeting will be Friday, March 15, at 7 a.m. at Ridgewood Elementary School. Contributed | Beacon HOLMES EXCAVATING AUCTION Late Model Low Hour Excavating Equipment, Trucks & Tools Location: 3515 CR 168 Millersburg OH 44654 GPS Coordinates: 40.571990, -81.745463 Directions: From SR 39 & US RT 62 in Berlin take US 62 northeast .9 mile to CR 168 east 1.9 mile to Auction Friday, March 8 th , 2019 • 9:00AM Contributed | Beacon Dancing the night away The Coshocton High School cheerleaders recently hosted their annual father/daughter dance at Coshocton Elementary School. IF YOU THINK LAND, MARC LACY’S YOUR MAN! MLS#4071168 Well maintained 1976 brick, 3 bed. 1 ba. in Plainfield. Full basement, eat in kitchen and sits on a level lot. Call Marc Lacy @ 740-502-3074. $84,500 Marc Lacy 218 Cambridge Rd., Coshocton Cell: 740-502-3074 YES 0025_022719 FEBRUARY 27, 2019 BeLinda Lacy Cell: 740-294-8869 Dozers – Excavators – Skid Loader – Rollers - Compactor: ’14 Case 1150M LGP Dozer, 1479 hrs., C/H/A, 11’ blade, 30” Grousers, Ser#NEDC11068; ’15 Case 850M WT Dozer, 1642hrs., C/H/A, 6 way blade (10’), 20” Grousers, Ser#NEDC80079; ’06 Case 850K XLT Series 2 Dozer, 4451 hrs., Open ROPS, seat heater, new tracks, Ser#CAL005439; ’05 Kobelco SK160 LC Dynamic Excavator, 9259 hrs., C/H/A, Quick- tach coupler, Ser#YMO340923; ’12 Kobelco SK140 SR Acera Excavator, 4459 hrs., C/H/A, Quick-tach coupler, Ser#YHO545238; ’12 Cat 304ECR Excavator, 2353 hrs., C/H/A, Ser#TTN00646; ’11 JD 35D Excavator, 2254 hrs., C/H/A, Ser#1FF035DXTBG267493; Bobcat S570 A71 skid loader, Ser#ALM411886; Ingersoll-Rand SD70D TF 66” smooth drum roller, 3079 hrs., Ser#174361; ’12 Bomag BW145D-40 54” smooth drum roller, 915 hrs., Ser#901581621080; ’95 Bomag BW172PD-2 66” Sheepsfoot compactor, 4604 hrs., Ser#1095202201455; Dump Trucks – Trucks – Trailers – Golf Cart - Motorcycle: ’07 Mack Granite CV7 Tandem Dump Truck, 165066 miles, 17-19 Yard 16’ Ox Body w/ tarp, 8LL transmission, Ser#1M2AG11C77M05927C; ’07 Mack CTP Tri-Axle Dump Truck, 280625 miles, 20 yard 16’ Ox Body w/ Hyd. Lift Gate, New bed liner, auto transmission, Ser#1X2AT04C27M001701; ’04 Mack RD600 tandem dump truck, 249241 miles, Peabody bed (2 yrs old), Allison auto transmission, Ser#1M2P270C84M067838; ’11 Dodge 5500 Dump truck w/ 9’ V-blade snow plow, 75698 miles, 9’ dump bed, 4WD, Cummins Diesel, DEF bypass, H&S chip, Ser#3DGWU7ELOB501375; ’08 Ford F-450 Lariat Super Duty Crew Cab service truck w/ new Alumi- num Tool Box/Fuel Tank Bed, 163690 miles, 4WD, cold air intake, H&S Mini Max chip, air bags, automatic, Ser#1FTXW43R88ED04237; ’02 Ford F-350 Super Duty Service Truck w/ new Reading metal tool/fuel tank bed, 150771 miles, 4WD, 5 speed manual transmission, 7.3 diesel, extra leaf springs, Ser#1FSWF37F02EA64318; ’05 Chevy 2500HD crew cab pickup, 107,091 miles, gas, auto transmission, steel bed tool box w/ fuel tank; ’03 Chevy Silverado 2500HD pickup w/ snow plow, gas, 4WD, auto transmission, (green truck); ’11 Interstate TD50 Tilt Tri-axle equipment trailer, Ser#1JKTDL506BM011370; ’04 Eager Beaver 20HALX dovetail equipment trailer, Ser#112H5V3184L063154; ‘07 Corn Pro 14000# tilt deck tandem axle equipment trailer, Ser#4MJUB21237E046988; ’67 Florig 28’ aluminum dump semi-trailer, Ser#FEC67011805; 12’ livestock trailer; gas golf cart, as-is; Buckets - Attachments: excavator buckets including 12” to 60”; skid loader attachments incl. Bobcat 72” sweeper broom, pallet forks, manure forks; 3pt 72” blade; 3 pt. 72” rake Shop Tools and Supplies: Titan Industrial TGQBE 6500 diesel generator; Stihl 032 chainsaw; Dolman chainsaw; hydraulic hoist; Marley 220 volt electric space heater; misc. laser levels incl. Geotop GL-3 laser level; Weatherguard aluminum truck tool box; laser tripods; several Chica- go Pneumatic air impacts; numerous air, electric & battery power tools; 3 Lincoln pneumatic grease guns; acetylene torch set on cart; pressure washer w/Honda motor; air powered grease bucket; fl oor jacks; hydraulic jacks; electric angle grinder; fl oor model drill press; Milwaukee circular saw; several generators w/ Honda motors; parts washer; metal shelving; measuring wheels; 100’ measuring tapes; hammers; sledge hammers; extension cords; marking paint; misc. wrenches, ratchet sets, screwdrivers, shovels, rakes, spud bars; PVC pipe fi ttings and pipe; manholes; yard basins; truck & equipment parts; equipment fi lters; several wagon loads of misc. tools and supplies; Buildings: newer 10’x 18’ storage building, wired and insulated on skids w/lights, like new; older 10’x18’ storage building on skids Hay: 104 bales of 2nd cutting Alfalfa mixed hay (3’x6’ individually wrapped bales); 50 bales of 3rd cutting Alfalfa mixed hay (3’x6’ individually wrapped bales); Terms: Payment in full sale day. Cash, Check, or Credit. 3% buyer’s premium; waived for cash or check. Out of state buyer registration must be accompanied by a bank letter of credit. All items sold AS IS. Not responsible for accidents. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed material or any other oral statements made. Online bidding available; go to website for online bidding terms & conditions. Note: This auction represents the downsizing of Holmes Excavating after 25+ years in business. Tom purchased most equipment either brand new or with extremely low mileage/hours and has been on a routine maintenance program. Starting promptly at 9:00 AM with wagon loads of tools, parts, and shop equipment. Larger equipment beginning at 12:00 NOON followed by buildings and hay. Lunch Stand Auction by Order of: Holmes Excavating, Inc., Tom Miller Kaufman Realty and Auctions, LLC (886) 852-4111 • www.kaufmansale.com JR Miller, (330) 231-1914 or jr@kaufmanrealty.com Curt Yoder, (330) 204-2447 or curt@kaufmanrealty.com Dave Kaufman Bobby Beachy www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com LLC 0011_022719 THE BEACON 31