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8 - Hinton News Tues. March 19, 2019 LEGAL NOTICE Notice Of Trustee's Sale In execution erthe deed of trust, dated January 26, 2017, from Elisabeth A~ Harvey to Gary R. Mills, as trustee, of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Summers County, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Book 284, at page 642, the undersigned trustee will offer for sale at public auction on March 27, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. at the Ballongon Street entrance to the Summers County Courthouse, Hintan, West Virginia, all that certain parcel or tract of real estate located in the City ef Hinten District, Summers County, West Virginia, and certify the following: Beginning at a stake on Herman Street at the Gilbert Petrey lot; thence running with Herman Street 56 feet to Union Street; thence at right angles with Union Street 140 feet to a stake; thence southerly and parallel with the first line 56 feet to a stake; theace at right angles 140 feet to the place of BEGINNING, and is a part of Lot No.101 on Herman Street, in tbe City of Hinton, Summers County, West Virginia. And Being the same property conveyed unto El zabeth A Harvey and Donald E. Harvey, with rigbt of survivorship from Brian Bremec by deed dated March 22, 2004 of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Conunission of Summers County, West Virginia in Deed Book 215 at page 117. Donald E Harvey died November 17, 2014 and by virtue of the survivorship clause, title to the property became vested in the name of Elizabeth L, Harvey. J. Peter Richitrdeon was appointed substitute trustee by the Appointment Of Substitute Trustee, dated February 5, 2019, of record in said Clerk's Office in Trust Deed Book 293, at page 413. This sale will include all rights, easements, appurtenances, improvements and structures that are part of the real estate described above. This sale will be subject to all restrictions, rights-of-way, conditions, easements and matters of record, mechanics' and matorinlmen's liens, if any, whether of recurd or not of record, and unpaid real estate taxes, to the extent any of the foregoing apply and take priority over the lion of the deed 6f trust. Terms Of Snle: Cash in hand on day of sale. Tbe conveyance of the real estate will be by a deed without any covenant or warranty, express or implied. The real estate and any improvements thereon will be sold in "as is" condition without any warranties. The successful bidder will assume the risk of all I loss or damage to the real estate and any improvements thereon after the sale, and be respousihle for all costs of the conveyance incleding, but not limited to, any examination oftitle, preparation of the deed, excise tax and recording fees. Any announcements made at the sale, including postponement of the sale und withdrawal of the real estate from ~ale, will take priority over published notiTes. Dated: February 27, 2019. J. Peter Richnrdson, as trustee Post Office Box 1778 Riuefield, West Virginia 24701 (304) 327-7158 HN March 12 19 NOTICE QF SPECIAL SESSION LEGAL NOTICE In The Circuit Court Of Summers County, West Virginia IN RE: Petition OfJsaon C. Sinan d/l~a Bad Boy's Bail Bonds To Qualify As Bondsman Civil Action NO. 19-P-5 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Jason C. Slosh d/b/a Bad Boy's Bail Bonds, n citizen of the United States and a resident of Greanbriec County, West Virginia, will appear before the Honorable Robert A. Irons, Judge of the Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virginia, on the 22nd day of April, 2019, at 1:00 p.m or as soon thereaRer as the matter may be heard at the Summers County Courthouse, Hintan, West Virginia, for the purpose of obtaining authority to be a qualified beudsman before the Circuit Court of said County. Any person who can show good cause why such authority should not be granted to the applicant should be present at that time and place. Jason C. Slonn d/b/a Bad Boy's Bail Bonds By Counsel PAUl, S. DETCH 895 COURT STREET NORTH b. LBWISBURG, W.VA. 24901 W.VA. BAR NO. 1002 304-645-1993 HN March 12, 19 LEGAL NOTICE 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' CHARLESTON SE, WEST VIRGINIA 25304-2345 TELEPHONE: (304) 926-0440. APPLICATION FOR A WEST VIRGINIA NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM WACER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT Public Notice No.: L.22-19 The following hes applied for a WV NPDES Water Pollution Control Permit for this facility or activity: App]. No.: WV0102776 Applicant: BIG BEND PSD, PO BOX 114, TALCOTT, WV 24981 Location: TALCOTT, SUMMERS COUNTY Latitude: 37:40A7, Longitude: 80:43:07 Receiving Stream: GREENBRIER RIVER Activity: To operate and maintain operate and maintain an existing westewater collection system and an existing 0.025 million gallons per day wastewater treatment plant. These facilities are to serve the Greenbrier Academy Girls School and discharge treated waxtewater through Outlet No. 001 to the Greenbrlar River, approximately 18.8 miles from its mouth, oftbe New River nf the Kanawha River. To operate and maintain an existing wastewater collectiea system and an existing 0.02 mflliun gallons par day wastewater treatment plant. These faeilitiex are to serve the Pine Hill Subdivision and discharge treated wa~ewater through Outlet No. 002 to an Unnamed Tributary, approximately 0.1 miles from its mouth, of Howard Creek of the Greenbrior River of the New River of the Kanawha River. An anti degradation review has been conducted. Tier 1 protection is provided for the uses specified in Title 47, Series 2, Section 6 for Outlet Nee. (}01 and 002. Also, to incorporate the requirements relative to Title 33, Series 2 of the West Virginia Legislative Rules for the p,~ceseing and disposal of sewage sludge generated by the westowator treatment plants. Sewage sludge generated und/or processed at the permittee'q facilities shall be disP0eed of by a registered septage hauler. Business conducted: Public Service District Implementation: N/A On the basis of review of the application, the "Water Pollution Control Act (Chapter 22, Article li- B(a))," and the ~qest Virginia Legislative Rules" the State of West Virginia will dct~ the above application Any interested perS'o~fi':~tlnay submit written comments on the draR permit and may request a public hearing by addressing such to the Director of the Division of Water and Waste Management within 30 days of the date of the public notice. Such comments or requests should be addressed to: Director, Division of Water and Waste Management, DEP ATTN: Lori Deveceux, Permitting Section, 601 57th Street SE, Charleston, WV 25304-2345 The public comment period begins March 19, 2019 and endeApril 18, 2019. Comments received within this period will be considered prior to acting on the permit application. Correspondence should include the name, address and the telephone number of the writer aud a concise statement of the nature of the issues raised. The Director shall hold a public h~ec a trading is made, on the basis of rdqueste, that there is a significant degree ofpubllc idtemst oh issues-relevant to the DraR Permitfs). Interested persons may contact the pui, lic information office to obtain further in fermution. The application, draR permit and any required fact sheet may be inspected, by appointment, at the Division ef Water and Waste Management Public {n formation Office, ntd01 57th Street SE, Charleston, NV 2530,1-2:H5, tmtweon 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on rosiness days. IIN March 19 HEALTH DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE Immunizations are given every Monday and Wednesday at the Summers County Health Department. I i~ase call if any questions 304-466-3388. LEGAL NOTICE (2017-S-00000055 - Summers County - Glenn Lowe) To:. Jerry J. Honaker, Noel J. Honaker, Noel J. Honaker, Unknown Heirs Of Jerry J. Honaker or heirs at law, devieses, creditors, representatives, successors, assigns, all known heirs, guardians, conservators, fiduciaries, administrators, lianholders, co-owners, other parties having an und'vidvd interest in the delinquent property, and other parties that may have any interest in the subject property. You will take notice that Glenn Lows, the purchaser of the tax lisa(s) on the following real estate, Certificate of Sale: 2017-S-00000055, LOTS 162-163 SEC 11 West Alderson, located in Talcott, which was returned delinquent in the name of Ramsey Sally & Honaker Jerry, and for which the tax lieu(s) thereon was sold by the sherilrof Summers County at the sale for the delinquent taxes made on the 16tb day of November, 2017, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him or her on or after April l, 2019, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay on the last day, March 31, 2019 will be as follows: Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the date of the sale, with interest, to March 31, 2019. $174.77 Amount of subsequent years taxes paid on the property, since the sale, with interest to March 31, 2019 . $33.69 Amount paid for the Title Examination and preparation of the list to be served and for preparation and service of notice with interest from January 1, 2018 following the sheriff's sale to March 31, 2019. $542.20 Amount paid for other statutory costs with interest from following the sheriff's sale to March 31, 2019. $267.51 Total Amount Payable to Sheriff - cashier check, money order or certified check must bemade payable to the The Honorable Garry E. Wheeler, Sheriff and Treasurer of Summers County $I,068.17 Cost of Certification of Redemption - cashier check, money order or certified check must be made payable to the The Honorable John B. McCuskey, State Auditor. $35.oo You may redeem at any time before Marcb 31, 2019, by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Return this letter and both certified funds to the WV State Auditor's Office County Collections Division 1900 l~nawha Bled East, Building I, Room W- I14 Charleston, West Virginia, 25305. r. Questions pleaswe call 1-888-v09-0568 option 2 HN March 12, 19, 20 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S JUDICIAL SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, E. KENT HELLEMS, SPFCIAL COMMISSIONER, by virtue of that certain Order entered the 23rd (lay of January, 2019, in that certain civil action now pending betbre the Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virginia, styled Sandra Kay Turner, Tanya Beth Cook, Darlene Marie Reed, and William Darrell Itamm, Jr Plaintiffs, v. Mack R. Harem, Curt Messer, Frank Hamm, Man Hurt, Donnle Harem, Doug Harem, Unknown Heirs and Creditors of the Estate of Margie Harem, Unknown Heirs and Creditors of the Estates of Donald H~ ,nm, Defendants, Civil Action No. CC- 45-2018-C-43, the said Court having directed the Special Commissioner to make sale of the real estate that is the subject of said CivilAction, the undersigned Special Commissioner will offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the 2 Ist (lay of March, 2019 at 1:00 p.m at the front door of the Summers County Courthouse in the City of liinton, Summers County, West Virginia, the real estate or premises that is the subject matter of said CiviIAction, being and consisting of the following; A tract containing twenty (20) acres in fee and the mineral rights only over the adjoining twenty (20) acres, being a forty (40) acre tract with full miueral rights under all of the same and twenty (20) acres of surface, and is the land formerly owned by Mrs. Wesley Moore situate on Bluestode Hills and being all of the said forty (40) acres except th~ surface of twenty (20) acres which is hereby re,reed. And being the same real estate conveyed to }lomor t~am and Ora Ham, his wife (being the same persons as Homer Hamm and Ora Hamm), as tenants in common, by Deed dated August 4, 1927, recorded in Deed Book 55 at page 311 in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Summers County, West Virginia. Said property is shown on the 2018 Summers County Land Books as Tax Map 20 at Parcel 0019 and listed in the name of Darlene Reed, etals. The above described real estate shall be sold subject to any claims, liens, assessments, taxes, restrictions, covenants, conditions and encumbrances as against the same other than the duly recorded judgment lien croditaditors of the named Defendants in this matter. Title shall be conveyed by the Special Commissioner with covenants of special warranty. The 2018 property taxes have been paid in full. All taxes thereafter assessed against the said property (including the 2019 taxes) shall be paid by the Purchaser. The Seller shall pay the costs of deed preparation and the transfer tax only; the Purchaser shall pay all other closing costs. TERMS OF SALE: Ten percent (10%) cash in hand on day ofsale; balance due at closing which shall occur within five (5) days of confirmation of the sale by the Circuit Court of Summers County. The Circuit Court may require forfeiture of the down payment if the purchaser fails to close. Given under my hand this the 26th day of February, 2019 E. Kent Hellems SPECIAL COMMISSIONER 1, Stacy Ford, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Summers County, certify and attest that E. Kent Hellems, Special Commissioner pursuant to the provisions of West Virginia Code 55-12-3, posted bond with Corporate Surety thereon in the amount of FiRy Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) w!th my office. Attest Stacy Ford Clerk of the Circuit Court of Summers County HN March 5, 12, 19 LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Proposed Tax Increase The Summers County Commis Aon proposes to increase property tax levies. 1, Appraisal/Assessment Increase: Total assessed value of property, excluding additional assessments due to new or improved property, exceeds last year's total assessed value of property by 4.96% 2. Lowered necessary to Offset Increased Assessment: The tax rate which would levy the same amount of property tax as last year, when multiplied hy the new assessed value of property with exclusions to mentioned above, per $100 of assessed value on each class of property, would be: Lowered Tax Rates Class I - $14 Class II - $28 Class Ill $56 Class IV - $56 3. Effective Rate Increase The Summers County Commission proposes to adopt a tax rate per $100 of assessed value on each class of property as follows: Proposed Rate; Effective Tax Rate Increase; Percentage of Increase Class I'- $14.30; $0.3~ 2% Class II - $ 28.60; $0.60; 2% r, Class III - $~7.20, $1.20; 2% Class IV - $57.20; $1.20; 2% Individual property taxes may, however, increase at a percentage greater than or less than the above percentage, 4. Revenue produced last year: $2,317,799 5. Revenue projected under the effective rate increase: $51,044 6. Revenue projected from new property or impmvemonts: $6,067 7. General areas in which revanue is to he allocated: improvements to facilities, election equipment matching funda, other grant matching funds. A public hearing on the increase will be held on April 3, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at 120 Ballcngee Street, r. r. Suite 203, I linten, WV 2~9~I. The decision regarding the increase will be mada on April 3, 2019 at 120 r. Sallongee Street, I [iut~m, WV 259~1. IIN March 19, 26 ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Mini Miracles Child Care is now accepting child care applications for 2 year old children and older. Only one spot available, Call today!!! 304- 466-KIDS Like us on Facebookl LEGAL NOTICE Tariff Form No. 8 (RULE 23) Public Notice Of Change In Rates With Proposed Effective Dates Notice is hereby given that Mountaineer Gas Company, a public utility, has filed with the Public Service Commission of West Virginia a tariff containing a requested increase in rates and charges for f~ruishing nato~al gas servic~ to approximately 218,000 customers in Barbour, Berkeley, Boone, Braxton, Brooke, Cabell, Calhoun, Clay, Deddridge, Fayette, Gilmer, Grant, Greenbrier, Hancock, Hardy, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Kanawha, Lewis, Lincoln, Logan, Marion, Marshall, Mason, McDowell, Mercer, Mineral, Mingo, Monongalia, Monroe, Nicholas, Ohio, Ponclleton, Preston, Putnam, Raleigh, Randolph, Ritchie, Roane, Summers, Tucker, 'I~ler, Upshur, Wayne, Wetzel, Wirt, Wood, and Wyoming Counties in West Virginia. The proposed increased rates and charges will become effective Friday, April 5, 2019, unless otherwise ordered by the Public Service Commission, and will produce, on a total Company basis, $13,089,000 annually in additional revenues, or an overall average increase in revenues of approximately 6.15%. The average monthly bill for the various classes of customers will be changed as follows: $) Increase; (%) Increase Residential - $3.87, % 6.40 Commercial - $12.45, %5.05 Industrial- $165.16, %9.86 Resale - $88.18, %2.31 Other - $- % This increase will incorporate the rate impact of the cumulative investment under the Company's Investment Replacement and Expansion Program ("IREP~) that was placed into service as of December 31, 2018. As a result, the Company proposes to reduce the IREP component of its rates relating to that investment when the new base rates go into effect. Resale customers of Mountaineer Gas Company include Canaan Valley Gas Company, Consumers Gas Utility Company, Dominion Hope, Megan Oil and C as, City of Philippi and Southern Public Service Company The increases shown are based on averages of all customers in the indicated class. Individual customers may receive increases that are greater or less than average. Furthermore, the requested rates and charges are only a proposal and are subject to change (increases or decreases) by the Public Service Commission in its review of this filing. Any increase in rates and charges will not become effective until authorized and approved by the Public Service Commission. (If a bearing is scheduled, notice will be given of the time and place of hearing.) Anyone desiring to intervene and act as a part in the case should file on or before June 4, 2019 a Petition to Intervene complying with the Commission rules on intervention in the Rules of Practice and Procedure,150 C.SR. 1, unless otherwise medified by Commission order. Anyone desiring to protest should file a written protest as soon as passible, although protests will be accepted by the Commission througE the pendency of this proceeding. All written protest sbould briefly state the reason for the protest. All protest and Petitions to Intervene should clearly state the case name and number and the addressed to Ingrid Ferroll, Executive Secretary, Public Service Commission of West Virginia, i~O. Box 812, Charleston West Virginia 25323. A complete copy of the Company's tariffproposals and a representative of the Company to provide information concerning this tariff are available to all customers, prospective customers or their agents at the following office of the Company: 501 56th Street, SE, Charleston, WV 25304. A copy of tbis tariff is also available for public inspection at the office of the Executive Secretary of the Public Service Commission at 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, West Virginia 25301. ilN Marcb 19, 26 It's Not Too Hard For Parents To Choose by Andrew CampaneUa (NAPS)--From the beginning, America has been a country of immi- grants, who bring with them their own cultures. ('ulture means much more than food and clothing--it includes val- ues, perspectives, priorities, qhat diver- sity is part of what makes America a truly great place to live. By valuing diversity, we acknowl- edge the importance of individual peo- ple making decisions for their own lives and families. We recngnize that while we might make different choices our- selves, the decisions that our neighbors ntake should be respected as long as they are legal and ethical. Students, parents, teachers and others are united in support of school choice. Unfortunalely, some who champion this self-determination in other aspects of lilt refuse I() apply it h) cducatima. 'I hey say cerlain parents are incapable of chtmsing the best school fin" their kids. Bul ifa child's parents arc not quali- fied h) make the hess. decisions Ior their children, who is? l)ocs it *'call)" take pro- Ibssional traiuing and expert knowledge to tell if your chikt is thriving in his or her school? If wc really valued individuality we WOtlld work to cmp )wcr parents and give them real agency in making deci- sions liu- their lamilics. If wc valued diversity, wc woukl sup- porl diverse educational opti(ms--which incal~s encotlraging rite growth of Ira- dilional publi, schools, puhlic charter schools, public magnet schools, virtual schools, religious and nonrdigiotls pri- ;,ale schools, and homeschool groups. l)urmg National School Choice Week, our goal is h) raise aware*less about edtlcalion oplio,ls, tO C*tlpower l'lal'ClltS to nhlkc a decision about their childrcnk schools. Millions of students, parents, leachers, schools, organizalions and c()*nnlt*nily groups arc hosting 40,594 events and activities to COlt*led with perenls and communilics--ccl- chralions sud~ as school I~.firs, open ilt)L*SCS, illltlrlllalJu*l scssJollS and SLLI- dcnl simwcases. "lhis is what school choice supporlers do. "lhey work tbr parents and with par- ents tc~ ensure thai their perspectives arc valued and Ihcir decisions are Imnored. LEGAL NOTICE Public Notice The Summers Comity Commission is providing public notice that voting Precinct number 7 (City t lall) will be consolidated with Precinct 9 Hinten Area) by order to be adopted by the Commission on April I0, 2019. The consolidated precinct will be designated Precinct 9 ~ 1 linton Area). The current polling place is the llinton Area Elementary School, 121 Park Avenue, tlinton, WV 25951. This action is pursuant to WV Cede 3-1-7. By order of the Summers County Commission, March 13, 2019 Jack David Woodrum, President 26 After all,jsn!t that the American way? HN March 19, r ~- - ,- Andrcw Calnpanclla is president qf National Sc/iool Choice Week. Vision Formerly Perry Wellington Realty 'ASHINGON STREET W; LEWISBURG, WV 24901 ; Margie Temple, Local Realtor 1|i2' 304-660-9410 Martha Hilton, Broker Due to recent sales and continued interest in Summers Co. property - 1 need new listings @ this time. Please call for you real estate needs. New Listing A charming 3 BR, 1 BA cottage/camp located on the Greenbrier River, Talcott District in Summers County. Features a spacious back deck that looks out over the river, only a few feet away. Selling as completely furnished, including all appliances. Just bring your clothes, fishing gear and plenty of BBQ supplies for the permanent outdoor grill built on site. Very well maintained, one of the nicer camps in the ~rea. $82,500. 2993 Low Gap Road, Hinton, WV (near Bluestone Conference Center) A fixer upper that could be a neat vacation home or getaway. 2 BR, LR, DR, kitchen combo, 1 bath on 3/4 acres. Needs work, good bones and sturdy - Well water - wood heat - Priced to sell @ $37,500. @214 Miller Avenue Sweet Bungalow - 2 BRS - 2 Baths - mostly finished basement, New metal roof, new exterior paint - just completed. Original hard wood floors - SS appliances. Great starter or retirement home! $NEW PRICE $119,900 Mercer CountyA Lovely brick 3br, 1 Bath Ranch. Located @ 169 Shaker Lane, Princeton, WV Extra large lot could easily accommodate another home or Town House. Excellent immaculate condition throughout. Large kitchen with nice appliances. A must see $155,000 6.74 acres of land located 5 miles down New River Road. Perfect spot for building vacation cabins or your own custom built getaway. Natural spring on property and great mountain/river views. Road construction in the area expected to be completed in 1-2 years. $39,900. Country living @ its finest! Four acres of beautiful land, nice farm house and outbuildings (including new double car garage.) Located @ 451 Holly Lane in Talcott District. This property has curved driveway and mature trees leading to its entrance for a peaceful and relaxing setting. 3 BR, 1 bath, central heat/AC. Many upgrades including copper farm house sink, metal roof& new siding a must see! ~ Recently appraised NEW PRICE $165,000. MOTIVATED SELLER! Building lot situated on Route 20 at Pipestem .72 acres with some trees New Price $12,000 Quality Service, competititve rates from your local agent. Margie Temple (304) 660-9410. PUBLIC NOTICE Summers County Schools Public Hearing on the 2019-2020 School Calendar On Thursday, March 14th @ S:O0 p.m. at Summers Middle School and Thursday, March 28th @ S:O0 p.m. at Talcott Elementary School the Summers CounW Board of Education will conduct mandatory public hearings to afford parents, school employees, community members and other interested parties within the count'/to provide input into the development of the 2019-2020 Summers CounW school calendar, In the interest of time and efficiency, oral statements will be limited in duration to a period not to exceed three minutes and may be supplemented with written comments. With the concurrence if Commissioners Lightner and Saunders, the Summers County Commission will meet in Special Workshop Budget Sessions in the County Commission office on the following Dates: Thursday, March 21,2019 at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Jack Woodrum, President REALTY Real Estate 851 Broomstraw Road Jumping Branch, WV 25969 PH: 304-466-4246 FAX: 30-466-4576 E-mail: Web Site: 17 PIPESTEM DISTRICT, near Mercer Co. line, private woodland tract, 105 acres great hunting, home or cabins site old home site.i. $120,000 #1324 marie, wv "Emma Jeans" County Store building. This historic Ihndmark building, formerly was a store has living quarters attached plus rooms over store. Almost acre lot, outbuilding and parkinglot. Could make a nice Bed and Breakfast, commercial location or unique home. $199,000 #1339 FOREST HILL RD. 2 Story Home with 20 acres. Private setting, some clear land for yard, garden, pasture and woods. Creek flows on property. This 3 br home has full basement plus detached garage. Private well and septic, apple tree, berries and wildlife. Near River and public hunting lands. $120,000 #1340 37 Acres overlooking Hinton from Raleigh County Side very private, all wooded good hunting tract or place for retreat. $45,000 #1396 GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!!! 158 Hinton By- Pass. Former location of Riverside Floral. Large showroom with built in cabinets and shelves. Floral Walk-In Freezer. Office space. Prep Area. 24x30. Metal Building with 8" Concrete Pad. Priced to sell at $-l-Sr-.~e99= $165,000. #1388 HILLDALE Brick 2 story home plus basement. Garage, carport 2 1/2 baths, wood stove, kitchen and dining area 3 or 4 bedrooms plus several rooms unfinished on the interior. Situated on 10 acres this also included a second "old house" in need of repair. City water, private, mostly woodland. A lot of living area with acres for a low price call for appointment to see. $205,000. #1393 BALLANGEE AREA A very special place with 15 ACRES, FENCED FOR CATTLE. A 16 year old Ranch Style home has 3 br, 2 baths with great room. A large covered front porch with great views, a back porch plus 2 car carport. There is a;20;:~40' detached garage behind the home. And an old store building 20'x40' would make a nice shop, store, etc Spring fed water for the animals plus loading pen. First time offered fro sale on Big Stoney Creek behind the chumh #1396 OUTSTANDING RIVER PROPERTY fronting Greenbder River on Willowwood Road, mile below golf course 3BR, 2 baths, open floorplan, sunroom, detached 2 car garage selling with .all furnishings must visit to appreciate $140,000 #1397 Hilldale, 3 BR ranch style home, 2.5 baths, kitchem-den combo w/FP. Full basement, 2 car garage, 3.5 acres paved drive, pool $145,000. #1398 A SPECIAL DEAL 40 aces, 3 homes, privacy, good hunting, lots of trails, pond, some timber $220,000. #1400 One of the ORIGINAL BARGER SPRINGS CAMPS just above the "spring house", with river access. This camp has a lot 70'x185', has well and septic, electnc. A detached storage building is included, 2 BR, 1 bath, living room, kitchen. A relaxing covered front pomh and back porch. $45,000 #1402 HILLDALE 5 ACRES woodland, private location behind Mt. Pisgah Church. Great homesite gently sloping $25,000 #1404 BRICK 2 STORY at 512 Temple Street. Spacious home with 3 or 4 BR, 3 Baths, Plus nice family room with fireplace. A full basement offers extra storage space. $80,000 Visit Our Website www.j0nesunitedc0untryrealestate.c0m Sales Associa~ R. Eugene Jones, Jr. Bryan BROKER Boone 304-466-4833