The opinion of the court was delivered by: Kendall J. Newman United States Magistrate Judge
Presently before the court is plaintiff United States of America's application for an order of publication pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 71.1. (Dkt. No. 9.) Rule 71.1(d)(3)(B) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provides that upon the filing of a Certificate for Service by Publication, unknown owners may be served by publication by a notice addressed to "Unknown Owners." Local Rule 171 (Fed. R. Civ. P. 83), Eastern District of California, provides that the court shall designate by order the appropriate newspaper for publication upon the filing by counsel of a motion proposing the place and manner of such publication setting forth such information as the language to be published, the frequency of publication, the reasons underlying selection of the proposed vehicle of publication, and related matters.
After review and consideration of plaintiff's proposed application, the court hereby orders that publication be made as follows:*fn1
a. Publication shall be made once a week for not less than three successive weeks pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 71.1(d)(3)(B);
b. Service by publication is complete upon the date of the last publication. Proof of publication and mailing shall be made by certificate of the plaintiff's attorney, to which shall be attached a printed copy of the published notice with the names and dates of the newspaper marked thereon.
c. Publication shall be made in THE APPEAL-DEMOCRAT, a newspaper of general circulation, printed and published in the City of Marysville, County of Yuba, which newspaper has been adjudged a newspaper of general circulation within the County of Sutter, by the Superior Court of the County of Sutter, State of California;
d. The publication is to be addressed to "Unknown Owners" and is to include the following:
(1) The Court, title and number of the action;
(2) That the action is to condemn the property;
(3) A description of the property sufficient for its identification;
(4) The interest to be taken;
(5) The authority for the taking;
(6) The uses for which the property is to be taken;
(7) That the defendant may serve upon the plaintiff's attorney an answer within 21 days after service of the notice, and that failure to do so constitutes a consent to the taking and to the authority of the court to ...