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18 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE- Thursday, November 13, 2008 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DMSION OF WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT Public Notice West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection's Public Information Office, 601 57th Street SE, Charleston, West Virginia 25304-2345 Telephone: (304) 926-0440, TDD: (304) 926-0493 and Voice to TDD Relay: 1-800-422-5700. Application for a Class 5 Underground Injection Control Permit Public Notice No.: E-65-08 Public Notice Date: November 13, 2008 Paper: The Spirit of Jefferson The following has applied for a class 5 Underground Injection Control Permit for this facility or activity: Application No.: 0665-03-037 Applicant: Jefferson Cnty PSD 210 W Third Ave Ranson, WV 25438 Facility: 1. Deerrield Village (Jefferson Co. PSD), Ranson, WV Business conducted: Deerfield Wastewater Treatment Plant (Jefferson Co. PSD), Rt. 480, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 Activity: Reissue permit to discharge sanitary waste to a subsurface dis- tribution system. The State of West Virginia will act on the above application in accordance with the West Virginia Legislative Rules, Title 47, Se- ries 13, Section 13.24 issued pursuant to Chapter 22, Article 11 and Article 12. Any interested person may submit written comments on the draft permit and may request a public hoaaing in waiting with in thirty (30) days of the date of this public notice. Comments or requests should be addressed to: Director, Division of Water and Waste Management, DEP, 601 57th Street SE, Charleston, WV 25304-2345; ATTN: L. Evelyn Hopkins, UIC Programs The public comment period begins November 13, 2008 and ends December 13, 2008. Comments received within this period will be considered pri- or to issuance of the permit. Correspondence should include the name, address and telephone number of the writer and a concise statement of the nature of the issues raised. A public hearing may be held if the Director determines there is significant public inter- est in one or more issues relevant to the draft permit. The application, draft permit or factsheet may be inspected by appointment to the Division of Water and Waste Management, be- tween 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on business days. Copies of the docu- ment may be obtained for a nominal fee. For further information contact the person identified above at (304) 926-0495 or Fax (304) 926-0496. ll/!3/lt NOTICE OF TOWED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES In 2001 the Legislature reenacted Chapter 17, Section 8, Arti- cl~ 24, of the West Virginia Code, to allow due process for a West Virginia motor vehicle dealer, a motor vehicle repair facility or a person or entity hired by a West Virginia enforcement agency to obtain title and sell at private sale or public auction any motor ve- hicle towed and abandoned on their property, and having a retail Bluebook value of twenty-five hundred dollars ($2500.00) or less. Creamer's Wrecker Service, 208 E. North Street, Charles Town, WV (304) 725-7500, is, by law, required to publish as a Class I le- gal advertisement, the following vehicles in their possession. The notice shall be published within fifteen (15) days after possession of vehicle. The owner has ten (10) days to respond from date of publication. Year Make/Model Color Vin 1997 Honda Civic Green 2HGEJ6624VH513786 1995 Honda Civic Green 1HGEJ2128SL002144 1992 Ford Mustang Gray . 1FACP40MSNF163301 1994 Ford T-bird Black 1FALP62W6RH166928 1993 Geo Metro White 2CiMR6469P6777767 1996 Ford Explorer Black 1FMCU24XSTUB60754 1994 Toyota Camry Blue 4T1SK12EORU472296 2001 Ford F150 Black 1FTRW08L91KB31969 1995 Subaru Legacy White 4S3BK6256S7329292 1989 Honda Civic Red JHMED645XKS004324 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse Black 4A3AK24YXTE346989 ll/13/lt NOTICE OF a reference is requested by a ADMINISTRATION party in interest or an unpaid Jefferson County Clerk'screditor files a claim and good Probate Office cause is shown to support ref- P.O. Box 208 erence to a fiduciary commis- 100 E. Washington Streetsioner. If an objection is not timely Charles Town, WV 25414 filed, the objection is forever Estate of Leona Joan barred. 11/13/2t Massey, deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Personal Representative: To the Creditors of the Estate Woodrow Cameron, of Doris Aderhold Wilson. Administrator All persons having claims 1541 Shirley Road against the Estate of the said Summit Point, WV 25446 Doris A. Wilson, deceased, whether due or not, are noti- Attorney Representing fled to exhibit same, with the Personal Representative: voucher thereof legally verified, n/a to the undersigned at The Of. rice, 604 North Mildred Street, Estate of Kristin Kruck, P.O. Box 604, Ranson, West deceased Virginia 25438, on or before the 30th day of January, 2009; oth. Personal Representative: erwise, they may, by law, be ex- John Kruck, Administratorcluded from all benefit of said 743 Thoroughbrred Drive estate. All beneficiaries of said Charles Town, WV 25414 estate may appear on or before the said day to examine said Attorney Representing claims and otherwise protect Personal Representative: their interest. n/a Given under my hand this 30th day of October, 2008. Date of first publication: June K. Jovanelly November 13, 2008 Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, WV 11/6/2t Claims against the estate must be riled in accordance with the provisions of 44-2-1 of the West Virginia Code. Any person seeking to im- peach of establish a Will must make a complaint in accor- dance with the provisions of 41-5-11, 12, or 13. Any person interested in the above referenced estate who ob- jects to the validity of the Will, the qualifications of the Person- al Representative or the ven- ue or jurisdiction of the Court, shall file notice of an objection with the Clerk of the County Commission within NINETY (90) DAYS after the date of the first publication of this notice or Within THIRTY (30) DAYS aft e:r service made by the Per- sonal Representative, whichev- er i~ later. Settlement of the estate of the above named decedent will proceed without reference to a fiduciary commissioner unless within ninety days from the first publication of this notice FIDUCIARY NOTICE The annual accounting of Conservator by, Kathleen Alt Mills, conservator for the Es- tate of Pauline Stump Alt, a protected person, dated Oc- tober 28, 2008, has been filed with the Circuit Clerk. Carmela M. Cesare Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County 11/13/2t PUBLIC NOTICE The meeting of the Medical Staff Executive Committee of City Hospital Inc. win convene at 12:30 p.m, Friday, Novem- ber 21, 2008 in the City Hos- pital Board Room (Sth Floor), Martinsburg, WV. This meet- ing is open to the public. 11/13/lt UBSCfflBE TO TH[ SPIRIT z25- 6 ) Toni Milbourfie 535-6851 Here we are one week post- election. Kudos to all who took the time to vote. Let us all hope that the country will fare well over the next four years. It's hard to believe we are heading into Thanksgiving-not that we would know it from vis- iting the local stores. One would think we were a week away from Christmas. It seems to be- come more commercialized ev- ery year. I was in Martin's the other day and the employees were replacing Halloween deco- rations with Christmas goods. I asked about Thanksgiving and was told that they just skip over that. Let us not skip over it but be thankful for all we have, here in this country. We live in such abundance compared to other areas. I know when the econo- my appears bad (as it does now) it is easy to say how devastat- ing it is, but even with our bad economy we are so much better off than many around the world. Perhaps we need to rely less on things we can'~ see, hold or col- lect. Student Council Sponsors Memorial Tree Lighting Ceremony The Student Council of Harp- ers Ferry Middle School is sell- ing memorial light tributes for the Fifth Annual Memory Lights Tree Lighting Ceremo- ny. The ceremony will be held on Wednesday, December 3 at 6 p.m. in the auditorium at HFMS and will include memo- rial tributes and performances by the school's band and chorus. In addition, the names of hen- orees will be read during the ceremony. The two crabapple trees flanking the school's en- trance will be lit during the cer- emony and remain lit through- out the holidays as well. For $1, patrons can purchase a memorial light in honor of a loved one. It is a goal of the Stu- dent Council to adorn the trees with 1,000 lights. The proceeds of this project will benefit the HFMS Have a Heart Fund, a fund that provides deserving students with school materials, field trip fees, and other pro- visions necessary for ultimate school success. Sponsorship order forms can be picked up at the main office of HFMS during regular hours and are due by Monday, Decem- ber 1. Those needing further information or wishing to do- nate to the Have a Heart Fund can contact Assunta Wight at (304) 535-6357. Checks should be made payable to: Harpers Ferry Middle School and can be dropped off at the main office or mailed to: Harpers Ferry Mid- dle School; 1710 West Washing- ton Street; Harpers Ferry, WV 25425. Women's Club Notes The meeting this month is next Thursday, November 20, at 1:30 p.m. in the Clubhouse. The speaker will be Bill Will: ingham of Community Min- istries. He will enlighten us on the many services that his agency renders to the citizens of Jefferson County. To show him that we care, please bring some toiletries and/or canned goods to share with the needy in our community. He will also be presented with the annu- al donation from the Woman's Club at this time. Please be generous. Carole Carter has ordered pecans from the GFWC spon- sored fund raiser, Uncle Al's Pecans and she will have them at the meeting for purchase or you may call her at home and get them beforehand. If you haven't had their products be- fore, you are in for a real treat - they are very fresh and deli- cious! Transformation Ministries will offer a Christmas Bazaar combined with a rummage sale in the basement of the Bo- livar PentecOstal Church, 87 Old Taylor Lane, near the KOA Campground. The event will take place Saturday, November 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coun- try ham sandwiches and home- made candy will be among the offerings. For information, please call Wanda at 725-8509. Guests at the Bolivar-Harpers of local cooking. The event was a Hunter Ours, aka Clifford the Big Red Dog, prepares to head out for a night of candy gathering on Halloween. Hunter won a prize for his costume at the Bolivar Methodist Church gathering. Dad, Jan looks on. Ferry Library Casseroles and Soups carry-in enjoyed many fine samples huge success with participants looking forward to the next eventl Birthdays wreaths, baskets, Christmas Christmas in Lower Town as Happy birthday to Mary Ma- gifts, chances on a queen size well as other bazaars, craft hart, Tommy Van Vliet, John quilt and a large silent auction, shows, plays and events. The Ours, Jr. and Sherry Cain who Make sure you come out and do Old Opera House presentation all celebrate this week. We wish some early Christmas shopping, of Christmas Belles looks to you many more. The items are always beautiful, be a great show so take it in if Holiday Bazaar Hot dogs, country ham sand- you can fit it in your schedule. Mark your calendar, too, for wiches, soup and baked goods Christmas tree lightings and St. John's Lutheran Church will also be available, parades are coming up quick- Holiday Bazaar which falls on Final Notes ly so watch the paper for dates. November 21 and 22 this year. Lots of events are upcoming Let me know of any event I The event runs from 9 to 3 each for the holidays. Look here soon may be missing so that folks day and offers handmade crafts, for the line up for Old Tyme are aware. Have a great week. Washington High Holds Fruit Sale The Future Farmers of Amer- ica at Washington High School are holding their Fruit Sale and the order forms are avail- able from any FFA members or from Mrs. Dottie Planck, in Room G106 at the school. All order forms must be re- turned to Mrs. Planck by No- vember 17. The fruit that is or- dered through this school will be delivered on December 10 will include oranges, grape- fruit, tangelos, etc. In addition, the FFA has ap- ple butter for sale for $6 per quart. Contact Mrs. Planck, Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advi- sor, at 304-885-5110. Holiday Entertaining Valley Style Valley Homes and Style Mag- azine and the Holiday Inn Ex- press in Charles Town have joined together to sponsor a unique event in the East- ern Panhandle, to benefit the Friends of Happy Retreat. On Sunday, November 16, from 2 to 5 p.m the pubhc is invited to "Holiday Entertain- ing, Valley Style." This event, being held at the Holiday Inn Express, Ranson, will feature an English-style tea with delec- table hors d'oeuvres and sweet treats. Professionals from the hospitality industry will pres- ent ideas on bringing mag- ic into the holidays. Experts in decorating, cooking, enter- taining and more will be there to showcase ideas and answer your questions. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door and may be purchased by calling Emily Wilson at Friends of Happy Re- treat at 724-7956 or calhng~the Charles Town Welcome Center at 728-3939 or the Harpers Fer- ry Visitors Center at 535-2627. Conservation Meeting The monthly meeting of the Eastern Panhandle Conser- vation District will be held on Wednesday, November 19 at 7 p.m. in the conference room of the USDA Service Center, 151 Alkens Center, Martinsburg. The agenda is posted at the of- rice. LocalAudubon Society Planning Caving Trip The Potomac Valley Audu- bon Society is teaming up with Go-AdventureSports to offer an opportunity to explore the whiting's Neck Cave near the Yankauer Nature Preserve in Berkeley County on November 15. The Whiting's Neck Cave- is a fairly large cavern that is frequently visited by out- door adventure companies and groups such as the Boy Scouts. The trip will include some strenuous physical activi- ty. There will be some tight squeezes, crawling, climbing (up and down) and some physi- cal challenges, so the program is recommended for those in good physical condition. Chil- dren must be at least 10 years old and accompanied by an adult. All participants will re- ceive instruction in basic cav- ing safety and technical skills before exploring the cave. For more details about the experience and Whiting's Neck Cave go to the Go-Adventure Sports website at www.go-ad- venturesports.com and click on "caving." Those who would like to participate must sign a waiver and medical history form. There is a charge of $35 per person to cover the guide's expenses. Because of this ex- pense, PVAS reserves right to cancel if not enough people en- roll. For more information about this trip or registration pro- cedures, please contact Sheri Fedorchak at 876-8432 or stelladogg@hotmail.com. West Virginia smokers will be challenged to quit cigarettes for at least one day as Healthier Jefferson County Coahtion, a part of Jefferson County's tobacco education and prevention efforts, joins The American' Cancer Society on November 20, 2008, to observe the Great American Smokeout. "The Great American Smokeout is an important day, especially for West Virginians," said Angela Powers, RTPCC. "So, we hope that this one day of not smoking will encourage some to quit for- ever." The Great American Smokeout is a national challenge for smok- ers to stop using tobacco, and it raises awareness of the many ef- fective ways to quit for good. Tobacco causes chronic disease and is the number one preventable cause of death. Every year, approximately 8,000 West Virginians will start smoking, and 90 percent of them will be under age 18. Also, in the state of West Virginia about 4,100 people die each year from smok- ing-related illnesses. FSr more information on related programs, activities or mem- bership opportunities, please contact Angela Powers, RTPCC, at 304-671-2989 or the Jefferson County Health Department at 304- 728-8415. For more information on how you can quit smoking or quit using spit tobacco products, contact the West Virginia Quitline toll free at 1-877-966-8784.