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22 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, October 28, 1999 . Stenack Robert & Barabara J Pt Lt #8 (5.Ac) Selby Farm 769.87 Stenack Robert & Barbara J. Selby Farm 136.33 Stull Robet L. & Linda M. Blk 9 Lt #5 Pt #4 594.48 Stull Robert L. Linda M. Blk 9 Pt Lts #1,2 128.34 Thompson Joseph F. 2.25 Ac Knott 395.66 Walls Ray E. & Nora L. Rose Lawn McKee 766.21 Walls Ray E. et al 35.48 Ac-McKee 723.68 Welsh Patrick M. & Sherry A. Lt #2-Welsh 853.59 Whetstone Donald G. 10 Ac or Parcel 1-Elmwood 1928.97 White Thomas E. & Patricia L. Sec C #17 Chapline's Choice483.50 Whitmore Robert W. & Cathy D. 1 Lt or .96 Ac-Reedson, Engle Young Victoria J. Lot 1-Smith Minor Subd (10 Ac) SHEPHERDSTOWN CORPORATION 511.06 1661.87 Byrne Gregory S. & Sarah C. 1 Lt High & Mill St 998.08 Gole Kathleen (Butler) German Street 660.73 Davis Katherine G. Pt Lt #19 German St 2681.96 Ellsworth Brian E. et al Lt #15 German Street 2237.52 811sworth Brian E. et al German Street 748,74 Grantham John E. Pt Lt #204 High St 546.31 Kalathas George 1 Lt German St & Rumsey Ave 1080.22 Orndorff John M. Pt Lt #13 Duke Street 624.05 Skinner Wayne E. Jr. Pt Lt (Parcel 2) 737.00 Wilson Jonathan C. Pt Lt #85, Mill St 150.87 Any of the aforesaid tracts or lots, or part thereof or an undivided in- terest therein, may be redeemed by the payment to the undersigned sher- iff before sale, of the total amount of taxes, interest and charges due thereon up to the date of redemption. Given under my hand this 1st day of October, 1999. William E. Senseney ~O~l/3t Sheriff of Jefferson County m i= NOTICE OF PUBLI{~ HEARING Please take notice that the Jefferson County Planning and Zoning Commission, at its regular meeting to be held on Tuesday, November 9, 1999 at 7:30 p.m in the Jefferson County meeting room located on the frst floor at 108 East Washington Street, in the City of Charles Town, will review and consider the pre-application information and the impact on the community of the following proposed project(s): Name of Developer Title of Plat Location 'Size Eastland Eastland North side of Route 36 (Old 31 Single ASsociates SubdivisionCave Road) approximatelyFamiy Lots of West Section III3500 feet west of its 48.70 Acres/ Virginia Lots 1-31 intersection with Route 25 33.00 Acre (Kabletown Road) Residue All persons and governmental units having an interest in said pro- posed subdivision(s) are invited to attend this meeting. Planning Com- mission files on subdivisions may be reviewed at any time during normal business hours. ;~ Any party desiring a transcript of these proceedings will be respon- J . slble for prodding a competent stenographer at their own expense. By Order of the Jefferson County ," Planning & Zoning Commission 10/21/2t Scott Coyle, President PUBLIC NOTICE OF CHANGE IN CITY OF RANSON GARBAGE COLLECTION RATES '- Notice is hereby given that the City of Ranson, WV has adopted by Ordinance an amendment to Chapter 13, Section 42 of the Ranson City Code. The approved Ordinance shall become effectiveon December 1, 1999. The Oridnance is as follows: An Ordinance Amending and Re-Enacting Chapter 13, Section 42 of the ; Ranson Municipal Code. Be it therefore enacted and ordained by the Council or the Corporation of Ranson that Chapter 13, Section 42 of the Ranson Municipal Code, be modified and amended as follows: ec. 13-41. Rates The following rates are hereby imposed on all persons availing them- selves, or required by law to avail themselves, of municipal garbage or w)aste collections: (1) Annual collection charge--Residential: Excevt as provided in this article, there shall be charged to each residential unit within the iurisdic- t~on of the city an annual garbage collection fee of $150.00. In the event that actual amounts of garbage collected exceed a volume of 180 gallons (six (6) ~0-gallon 0ntainers) her week. then each such residential unit shall be liable to the city. and shall nay an additional annual charge based ti'pon the following: CONTAINERS PER WEEK CHARGE PER CONTAINER {TOTAL) 0-6 7-12 $.50 ver container per week 13-18 $.25 per container nor week Su ect to Snecial Pick-un Fee (2) Annual collection charge--Commercial: Due to the special nature of commercial garbage and trash in the city, a special annual collection fee shall be assessed. Except as provided in this article, there shall be charged to each commercial unit within the jurisdiction of the city an annual garbage collection fee of $150.00 for six (6) thirty (30) gallon con- tainers per week. In the event that actual amounts of garbage collected require more than once-a-week service, then each such commerical unit s all be liable to the city, and shall pay an additional charge based on the following: NUMBER OF COLLECTIONS SERVICE CHARGE (GALLONS PER WEEK) (ANNUALLY) 1 - 180 (6 Containers) $150.00 2 - 360 (12 Containers) $300.00 3 - 540 (18 Containers) $450.00 4 - 720 (24 Containers} $600.00 5 - 900 (30 Containers} $900.00 More than 30 Containers Subject to Negotiation In addition, fees for high volume "users" will be on a need basis. These fees will be established between the city and "users" when service is es- tablished. (3) Private collectors: Except as further provided, each commerical unit within the corporate limits of the city may, at its option, employ pri- vate trash collection services and, if such option is exercised, it shall pay to the city a fee of $150.00 per year for such privilege. that pay this fee are entitled to City sanitation services at their reauest. (4) Special pickups: There will be a minimum special pickup fee of $25.00 per partial load that can be hauled to a Jefferson County facility and $50.00 per partial load that must be hauled outside Jefferson County. Those customers that have a full dump truck load pick-up or have mul- tiple loads will be charged the appropriate minimum special pick-up fee for each load and will be charged the landfll tipping fees on a per ton basis for each load hauled. Code 1991, 12-704; Ord. of 7-16-91) The foregoing Ordinance has been introduced and adopted on a first reading at a Council meeting held on October 19, 1999. Anyone interested in examining the said Ordinance or obtaining a copy of the same may do so by requesting a copy of said Ordinance at Ranson City Hall, 312 South Mildred Street, Ransom West Virginia be- tween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m Monday through Friday. Inter- sated persons may appear at the Ranson City Council public hearing and meeting on November 16, 1999 at 7:00 p.m. to be heard with respect to said Ordinance. The final vote on adoption of the Ordinance may occur at the time and place herein and any interested party may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed Ordinance, prior to vote. Ranson City Hall is accessible to handicapped individuals. City of Ranson Tammy Miller, City Recorder P David Mills, City Manager (10/28/2t) CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT TUSCAWILLA UTILITIES, INC. 660 TUSCAWILLA HILLS CHARLES TOWN, WV 25414 304-725-7815 OCTOBER 18, 1999 In compliance with Safe Water Act amendments, Tuscawilla Utilities, Inc is providing its customers with the first annual water quality report. This report explains where your water comes from, what it contains, and how:~t- compares to standards set by regulatory agencies. If you have any questions concerning this report, you may contact A.G. Hooper at 725-7815. WATER SOURCE The source of your water is ground water from four (4) separate wells, spaced throughout Tuscawilla Hills. The wells range in depth from 275 feet to 530 feet. The wells are constructed to state Health Department specifications. Tuscawilla Utilities, Inc. has an approved well head pro- tection program. . CONTAMINANTS IN WATER In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA prescribes regu- lations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water pro- vided by public water systems. Drinking water may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of these contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by call- ing the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791). The source of drinking water includes rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals, and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animal or from human activity. Contaminants that may be present in source water include: Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural live- stock operations and wildlife. Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be natu- rally-occurring, or result from urban storm water runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, farming. Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban storm water runoff, and residential uses. Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile or- ganic chemicals, which are byproducts of industrial processes and petro~ leum products, and can also come from gas stations, urban storm water runoff, and septic systems. Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or the re- sult of oil and gas production and mining activities. Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population Immuno-comprimosed persons such as persons with cancer undergoing Chemotheraphy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infec- tions. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbial con- taminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426- 4791). Tuscawilla Utilities, Inc has had no violations of contaminant levels during 1998. There have been traces of contaminants found with the amount present well below the acceptable level. I, II ~TER QUALITY DATA TRBLIE co.r vzoL L. Va. U.ZT OF -xKa.v SOUSES OF I . . TEC D .C,:S I .a. com =mTm. 8RO88 E~I~ OF N.PHR NO e. b*-t. 2 pCl/k, $,t~ N~T~ DEPOSITS COPPER,NO e. 53 I:~n !. 3 CORROSION OF HOUSEHOLD PLUm NITR~TIE NO $. 74 ~ tO ISRU~tOFF FROM FERTIL- ' IZ~[R UglE. LERKING 80DIUN NO 3. ~ PPN ~ L~ FROM S~PTIC TRN~B, ~a EftOSION OF U ATS NO m .ATU ~o,~lrEs = I)IIK:HRR~ a~u~]u~ NO e.es:s ~ e = p~~'raL ma=tN- ERIES$ EROSION OF NRTU~RL OEPO$ l TS EROSION OF NRTURRL DEPO~ITB= N~T1ER ~DD- 1TIRE NHICH PRDNOTES FLUORIDE. NO e. 133 PP~ ~t ~t STRON~I TEETH~ OIS- CH~RS~ FRON FERT|L- I ZER :RND RLUN I NUN FI~CTORIES , DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN TABLE MCLG - Maximum contaminant level goal, or the level of a contami- nant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk of health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety. MCL - Maximum contaminant level, or the highest level of a contami- nant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using th2 best available treatment technique. PPM - Parts per million or milligrams per liter. pCi/L - Picacuries per liter (a measure of radioactivity). (10/28/lt) SUBDIVISION VARIANCE REQUEST HYDROCHEM LABS, INC.fHERBERT SNYDER has requested a variance from the Subdivision Ordinance to permit placement of an ad- ditional principal structure on a single tract of land without processing a subdivision plat. The property is located on the east side of Elk Street and Elm Street in Shenandoah Junction and the south side of the CSX Rail Road. The Planning Commission will consider this variance request at its regular meeting on Tuesday, November 9, 1999, at 7:30 p.m in the County meeting room located at 108 East Washington Street in the City of Charles Town, West Virginia. Anyone having an interest in this variance is invited to attend and comment. Any party desiring a transcript of these proceedings will be respon- sible for providing a competent stenographer at their own expense. By Order of the Jefferson County Planning & Zoning Commission 10/21/2t Scott Coyle, President NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPOINT The Jefferson County Commission proposes to name persons to serve on the following Authorities, Boards, Commissions, or Committees on Thursday, November 11, 1999, or as soon thereafter as the Commission may decide: Jefferson County Ambulance Authority - Two 3 year terms ending November 24, 2002; Jefferson County Ambulance Authority - One unexpired term ending November 24, 2000. Persons who may be interested in the above listed agency should sub- mit a letter of interest and a resume or statement of qualifications to the Jefferson County Commission, P.O. Box 250, Charles Town, WV 25414, prior to the proposed date of appointment. Additional information regarding these appointments may be obtained by calling the Commission Office at (304) 728-3284. 10/14/4t NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPOINT The Jefferson County Commmission proposes to name persons to serve on the following Authorities, Boards, Commissions, or Committees on Thursday, November 18, 1999, or as soon therafter as the Commission may decide: Farmland Advisory Committee - five 2-year terms ending No- vember 24, 2001 Persons who may be interested in the above listed agency should sub- mit a letter of interest and a resume or statement of qualifications to the Jefferson County Commission, P.O. Box 250, Charles Town, WV 25414, prior to the proposed date of appointment. Additional information regarding these appointments may be obtained by calling the Commission Office at (304) 728-3284. 10/21/4t NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPOINT The Jefferson County Commmission proposes to name persons to serve on the following Authorities, Boards, Commissions, or Committees on Thursday, November 18, 1999, or as soon therafter as the Commission may decide: Solid Waste Authority. 1 unexpired term ending June 30, 2002 Persons who may be interested in the above listed agency should sub- mit a letter of interest and a resume or statement ofqualificationst Jefferson County Commission, P.O. Box 250, Charles Town, WV prior to the proposed date of appointment. Additional information regarding these appointments ma by calling the Commission Office at (304) 728-3284. PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Ranson City Council will conduct a Public Hearing on November 16, 1998 at 7:00 P.M. in the City Council Chambers Mildred Street, Ranson, West Virginia The ! consider a request to zone a 10-acre parcel within Ranson as commercial. This parcel is located on the Ranson near Park Avenue Anyone wishing to make this issue should plan on attending this meeting. NOTICE OF PENDING OR o'clock a.m E.S.T all that! UNADMINISTERED ESTATE lot or parcel of real estate Notice is hereby given that provements thereon settlement of the estate of the fol- purtenances thereunto situate near Halltown in lowing named decedents will pro- ceed without reference to a fidu- Ferry District, Jefferson ciary commissioner unless within West Virginia, located east forty-five days from the first pub- Virginia Secondary lication of this notice such refer- taining 2.50 acres, mo~e ence is requested by a party in in- the same is more terest or an unpaid creditor files a bounded and described claim and good cause is shown to to a plat of survey support such reference to a fidu- October 6, 1998, ciary commissioner. H. Lorenzen, P.S Lewis Calvin Berry Merger" which aid plat is Geraldine V. Daugherty to, made a part Dated this 14th day of a Octo- in a deed dated August ber, 1999. and recorded in the John E. OttClerk of the Clerk of the County Commission Jefferson County, of Jefferson County, WV Deed Book 919, at By Robin J. Gaynor, which plat reference is 10/14/2t Deputy more complete and scription by metes and NOTICE TO CREDITORS the parcel hereby To the Creditors of the Estate of gether with a perpetual Leona Dahlin: sive All persons having claims ing from the east side of against the Estate of the said ginia Secondary Route Leona Dahlin, deceased, whether south line of said lot for due or not, are notified to the ex- ingress and egress as set hibit same, with the voucher the deed next mentioned. thereof legally verified, to the un- AND BEING the same dersigned at The Office, 604 North tate conveyed to Mildred Street, P.O. Box604, Ran- McDonald and Jenni son, West Virginia 25438, on or McDonald, husband and before the 21 day of January,David G. Trail and Nancy l 2000; otherwise they may, by law, husband and wife, by be excluded from all benefit of said October 26, 1998, estate. All beneficiaries of said es- aforesaid Clerk's Office tate may appear on or before the Book 920, at Page 514. said day to examine said claims THIS SALE IS and otherwise pro*,ect their inter- all restrictions, est. ments and rights Given under my hand this 13 and to all real estate taxes t day of October, 1999. The property will be June K. Jovanelly without obligation on the Fiduciary Commissioner the Trustee to remove the Jefferson County, or other occupants. 10/21/2t West Virginia Terms of Sale will be Cash, 10% on the day ( ORDER OF PUBLICATION balance within 30 days. CIRCUIT COURT OF Any sale hereunder JEFFERSON COUNTY, journed by the Trustee WEST VIRGINIA to time as he may Melissa Vider in his discretion Plaintiff oral or other V. no additional Steven Vider posting of notice shall be Defendant Civil Action No. 99,]:)-267 sary. Dated this 8th day THE OBJECT OF THIS SUIT 1999. IS TO OBTAIN A DIVORCE. Stephen R. To the Above Named Defen-10/14/3t dant: It appearing by affidavit filed SPECIAL C( in this action that Steven Vider is SALE OF a non-resident of the State of West COMMON Virginia, it is hereby ordered that The undersigned Steven Vider serve upon Melissa missioners, by Vider, Plaintiff, whose address is ity vested in them by 143 W. Rt.3, Charles Town, West security Agreement dated Virginia, an Answer, including 8, 1990, and duly any related counterclaim or de- shareholders lense you may have to the Corn- Inc and Bank One, plaint filed in this action on or be- Peoples Bank of ( fore November 18, 1999. If you convey unto Bank One a fail to do so, thereafter judgment, interest in the common upon proper hearing and trial, scribed in said may be taken against you for the and by Order of the relief demanded in the Complaint. County Circuit Court A copy of said Complaint can be Sutton was appointed as. obtained from the undersigned Commissioner for the Clerk at her office, endorsing those certain Entered by the Clerk of said cates of stock Court 10/12/99. Inc registered Patricia A. Noland the name of Edmund Clerk of Court delivery to the Secretary By:V. Smith,son Foods, Inc who 10/21/2t Deputy Clerk records of the NOTICE OF PENDING OR UNADMINISTERED ESTATE Notice is hereby given that settlement of the estate of the fol- lowing named decedents will pro- ceed without reference to a fidu- ciary commissioner unless within forty-five days from the first pub- lication of this notice such refer-. ence is requested by a party in in: terest or an unpaid creditor files a claim and good cause is shown to support such reference to a fidu- ciary commissioner. John E. Skuce George Graham Terry A. Cogle Mark Quay Olley Dated this 21st day of a Octo- ber, 1999. John E. Ott Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, WV By Robin J. Gaynor, 10121/2t Deputy new certificates in the Bank One, West and default having been der the terms the security Agreement, undersigned Special era having been secured party to sell thereunder, will offer for~ public auction at the the Jefferson ( in Charles Town, November 5, 1999, at p.m. the following of common stock, lows: 5 shares of stock in SON FOODS, INC formerly owned by Baxter. TERMS: 100% Cash sale. J. NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE The undersigned, as Trustee under a deed of trust dated Octo- ber 26, 1998, made by Jeffrey Scott McDonald and Jennifer Jo McDonald, husband and wife, to Stephen R. Kershner, Trustee, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 921, Page 36, default having been made in the payment of the debt therein secured, and being required by the beneficiary so to do, the undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the Jefferson County Court House in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Vir- ginia, on November 3, 1999, at 9:30 SUTTON & JANELLE 125 Martinsburg, 10/21/3t (304) ORDER OF CIRCUIT COURT ( JEFFERSON WEST MicheUe L. Shade Plaintiff V, Bonnie E. Shade Defendant Civil Action No. The object of this suit i tain a divorce from the matrimony. To the Above Named ! dant: Continued on next