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WOODSVILLE EYE CARE FRONT DESK RECEPTIONISTS Here we grow again! Our busy optometric office has two (2) openings for self—motivated, career-minded individuals tojoin our team. Duties include reception work, patient scheduling, insurance and eligibility verification, patient check-in/out and assist with diagnostic testing. Candidates must possess excellent intrapersonal and communications skills, have a friendly, cheerful & professional demeanor and display a strong work ethic. Attention to detail, being a team player, good math skills, computer experience, strong organizational skills and the ability to multi—task are necessary. Previous customer service experience and/or experience in the medical field is preferred but we will train the right person for this full—time career position. We offer competitive pay and benefits with advancement opportunities. Please apply in person with resume & references at: Woodsville Eye Care Center, 50 Smith Street, Woodsville, NH 03785. HELP WANTED FULL TIME KITCHEN POSITIONS available in a healthcare facility located in Bradford, VT. Must have clear criminal background and be able to pass drug screening. Email or call to set up an interview at MA3024@metzcorp.com or 802-222-5201 Ext. 316. RESPITE PROVIDER Are you a compassionate individual looking to make a difference in someone’s life? Upper Valley Services is seeking respite supports in the Orange/Washington County area for a teenage boy with an Intellectual Disability. He enjoys the game of magic, reading "Goosebumps," going fishing and caring for the environment. He is working on developing effective coping skills and needs the support of someone who has a calm disposition and is able to set clear and firm limits. Respite providers will be provided training and work as part of a larger team. Compensation for this position is 518/hour. For more information, please contact Anna at 802-222-9235 or email apeart@uvs-vt.org OJT TRAINEE Austin Construction, Inc. is seeking applications for a training program on a bridge project in which the objective is to train women & minorities in all aspects of bridge construction with the primary objective of creating diversity n the construction industry. Interested applicants should contact us at 802-695-2961 or austin@myfairpoint.net I We are an Equal Opportunity Employer SHARED LIVING PROVIDER Upper Valley Services is seeking a warm and welcoming home in the Orange/Windsor/Washington County area who can provide a nurturing environment for a teenage boy with on Intellectual Disability. Shared living provider will support individual to be an active part of his community, develop interests, create relationships and supportdevelopmental 8. emotional needs. Shared living provider will receive a tax-free stipend for their services, plus room 8. board payments, respite funding, training and support. For more information please contact Jessica at 802-222-9235 or email jbelyea@uvs-vt.org ‘ GLENCLIFF HOME is seeking applications for REGISTERED NURSES I-III Salary Range: $50,835.20-$7 1 ,052.80 LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES I-II Sal Range:$45,177.60-$57,408.00 Additional 15% nhancement on Salary Base (Not Included) 40 hours/week - 2nd, 3rd, & Part-time Available Direct Care an additional $1,040.00 Add additional 2nd shift diff. at $4,160.00 Add additional 3rd shift diff. at $7,280.00 To provide professional nursing care to residents within an assigned unit and provide and support medical care as directed by medical staff and pursuant to objectives and policies of the nursing department and Glencliff Home. Must possess and maintain a current license as a RN/LPN in NH. Salary and Position determined by years of experience and certification. State of New Hampshire benefit package Glencliff Home 393 High Street, PO Box 76 Glencliff, NH 03238 (603) 989-3111 Ext. 1303 Doreen.Stevens@dhhs.nh.gov Applications can be completed online at www.admin.state.nh.us/hr or on can lg)ka one upfin the uman esource 0 ice. Equal Opportunity Employer GOOD LOCAL NEWS! OURNAL PINIONI TUNE IN TO 101.3 TO GET THE JO HEADLINES! THEN PICK UP THE JO ON THE NEWSSTANDS! Wotksvunder‘the general directiongf a licensed nurse; Classifieds HELP WANTED Austin Construction, Inc. is seeking applications for the following positions on our upcoming bridge projects: Laborers, Carpenters, Equipment Operators and Truck Drivers. Interested applicants should contact us at 802-695-2961 or austin@myfairpoint.net We are an Equal Opportunity Employer Town of Thetford, Vermont TREASURE ISLAND JOB OPPORTUNITIES LIFEGUARD Lifeguards are responsible for ensuring the safety of patrons of Treasure Island beach by preventing and responding to emergency situations. The lifeguard reports to the Head Lifeguard(s) and/or Treasurer Island Manager. Responsibilities besides lifeguarding include performing mainte- nance and cleaning duties; may teach swim lessons if certified Wa— terfront Safety Instructor (WSI). QUALIFICATIONS: Lifeguards must have current American Red Cross certification in lifeguard training, first aid, CPR and AED; must demonstrate suffi— cient maturity and responsibility to be entrusted with surveillance and rescue duties; lakefront experience is preferred. Good charac— ter, integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience and self-control in interacting with patrons a must. GATE ATTENDANT The gate attendant is responsible for collecting fees and educating users about park facilities and rules. Candidate must be proficient in maintaining an organized record of daily transactions and attendance; answering this phone; submitting monies and records daily; and re- sponsible for cleaning duties as well. QUALIFICATIONS: Candidate should be reliable, punctual with integrity, enthusiasm, patience and a sense of humor in interacting with patrons. Also ba- sic skills in math and record keeping are necessary. For more information or to apply, please contact Recreation Director at 802-785-2922 Ext. 6 or email recreation@thetfordvermont.us GLENCLIF F HOME is accepting applications for full-time LICENSED NURSINGASSISTAN TS LNA I $13.86-$16.07 LNA II $14.95-$I7.37 Direct Care $5.00 per week . 2“d Shifi $.60/hr and 3rd Shift $.75/hour (Part-time positions also available) To provide individualized direct care to psychiatric and/or developmentally delayed res1dents, Including the care and maintenance of sanitary conditionsof resrdents and surroundings. —1 LNA 1: Graduation from high schoolgor GED equivalent. No experience required. Must possess and maintain a current license for Nursing Assistant as approved by the New Ham shire Board of Nursing. Valid driver’s license required if responsib e to transport residents to appointments. v LNA II: Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. Two years of experience as a Licensed Nursing Assistant. Must possess and maintain a current license for Nursing Assistant as approved by the New Hampshire Board of Nursing. Valid driver’s license required if responsible to transport residents to appointments. State of New Hampshire benefit package Doreen Stevens, Director of Resident Services 393 High Street, PO Box 76 Glencliff, NH 03238 (603) 989-5226 Doreen.Stevens@dhhs.nh.g0v Applications can be com leted and benefits revrewed on ine at https://das.nh.gov/hr/index.aspx or you can stop by the Human Resource Office. Equal Opportunity Employer PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF THETFORD RFP for Construction Inspection Services Thetford Village Pedestrian Improvements STP 0180(10) The Town of Thetford is soliciting Construction Inspection Services for the above referenced project. Construction includes, but is not limited to, the following: Remove and replacement of catch basin frames and grates, utility light repairs, the expansion of the existing parking lot, addition of a structural gravels overflow parking area, site work, kiosk and ancillary features installation and parking lot pavement overlay. School, 2689 VT Route 113, Thetford, VT 05074. This project is funded by the Vermont Agency of Transportation through the Municipal Assistance Bureau. Qualified disadvantaged (DBE) and women (WBE) owned businesses are encouraged to submit proposals. The Town of Thetford is an Equal Employment Opportunity The project limits are at the Thetford Elementary employer. . Final plans for this project are available for viewing pm, Tuesday —- Thursday 8:00 am — 4:00 pm. Call Mary downloading upon request ' by must be made payable to Stantec Consulting 457-3188 or rseto@trorc.org for the full IS RFP. of Thetford reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Closing Deadline: 3:00 PM on Wednesday April 10, 2019 at the Thetford ToWn Office, 3910 VT Route 113, Thetford Center, VT 05075. The Town Office is open Monday 6:00 pm — E81300 en , Parkman, DPW Project Manager at (802) 785-2922, Ext. 3 or zoning @thettordvermont.us to schedule an alternate day if these times are not possible. The plans and specifications will be available electronically at no cost (in PDF format) for emailing bryan.ruoff@stantec.com. There will be no charge for electronic documents. Paper plans and specifications will also be available from Stantec Consulting Serviceslnc, 5 Dartmouth Drive, Suite 101, Auburn NH 03032, Hours: 8 AM to 4:30 PM, Mon. Fri., Tel: 603—669-8672, for a $50.00 non-refundable fee per set. There will be no charge for mailing ‘sets. The deposit Services Inc. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED. The selected Construction & Inspection individual or firm will be provided a copy of the Contract Documents and the Construction Plans at no charge. Please contact Rita Seto, Municipal Prcgect Mana her #802) e own March 13, 2019—JOURNAL OPINION—Page 13 UBLIC NOTICE VOTERS OF THE TOWN OF WEST FAIRLEE The Selectboard notifies the public of its intent to adopt a consolidated Speed Enforcement Ordinance to replace separate Ordinances for Town Highways and State Highways. If the Town does not receive a voter petition for a Special Town Meeting within 44 days, the Ordinance will become effective on April 19, 2019 which is 60 days after the date of its adoption at a duly warned Regular Selectboard Meeting. 1 If you have questions, please contact the Selectboard at westfairleesb©hotmail.com. FOR RENT BRADFORD VT: Well-maintained bedroom apt, includes heat, plowing. trash. $795. Within walking distance to downtown, 35 minutes to Hanover or St. J. Deposit ($1 ,000) and last month rent, references required. No smoking within the building. No pets. Adults preferred, private entrance. Call 802-222-9378, leave a short clear message. tf/1-9/c. LEGAL NOTICE W NOTICE OF SALE The resident and non-resident owners, lien holders and mortgagees of lands in the Town of Topsham in the County of Orange and State of Vermont are hereby notified that taxes for the year 2017 remain, either in whole or in part, unpaid on the following described premises in such Town, to Wit: 1. Christopher A. Berquist Being a parcel of land with the mobile home and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 2.5 acres, more or less, situated at l 8 Topsham/ Corinth Road in the Town of Topsham and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to ChristopherA. Berquist by Quitclaim Deed of Paula R. Berquist dated July 21, 2015 and recorded in Book 78, Page 548 ofthe Topsham Land Record. 1me , Being a parcel of land' with the mobile home and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 15 acres, more or less, situated at 316 Willey Hill Road in the Town of Topsham and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Steven A. Butler and Christine L. Butler by Quitclaim Deed of Steven A. Butler and Christine L. Butler dated February 5, 1998 and recorded in Book 56, Page 343 of the Topsham Land Record. 3. Dennis Emerson and Michelle Emerson Being a parcel of land with the mobile home and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 25.5 acres, be the same, more or less, situated at 520 Powder Spring Road in the Town of Topsham, and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Dennis Emerson and Michelle Emerson by Warranty Deed of John E. Emerson and Deanna A. Emerson dated 1S{epter(riiber 8, 1995 and recorded in Book 53, Page 588 of the Topsham Land ecor s. 4. John E. Emerson and Deanne Emerson Being a parcel of land with the mobile home and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 12.5 acres, be the same, more or less, situated ~ at 518 Powder Spring Road in the Town of Topsham, and being all and the same lands and premises excepted and reserved to the grantors in the Warranty Deed from John E. Emerson and Deanna A. Emerson to Dennis Emerson and Michelle Emerson dated September 8, 1995 and recorded in Book 53, Page 588 of the Topsham Land Records. 5. John S. Franzek and Stanley M. Franzek Being a parcel of land said to contain 10.1 acres, more or less, situated on the wester y side of Phelps Road in the Town of Topsham and being all andr'thev samfelands andipremises decreed to John S.- Franzekan StanleymM FranZek‘by Final Decree‘ofDistri‘bution oftheVennontSupefior‘ curt Orange Probate Unit in the Estate of John Joseph Franzek dated July 9, 2015 and recorded in Book 78, Page 623 of the Topsham Land Records. 6. Richard Heath Estate Being a parcel of land with the mobile home, cam and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 18.6 acres, more or ess, situated at 13 Currier Hill Road in the Town of Topsham and being the remaining portion of those lands and premises conveyed to Richard H. Heath and Louise M. Heath by Warranty Deed of Harold C. Heath dated April 23, 1969 and recorded in Book 36, Page 172 of the Topsham Land Records. Reference is also made to the Quitclaim Deed from Louise M. Heath to Richard H. Heath dated August 1, 1979 and recorded in Book 40, Page 453 of the Topsham Land Records. 7. John Richard Miller Being a parcel of land said to contain 0.75acres, more or less, situated on the norther y srde of Lime Kiln Road in the Town ofTopsham and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to John Richard Miller by Quitclaim Deed of Richard Miller dated July 26, 2001 and recorded in Book 60, Page 166 of the Topsham Land Records. 8. Jeffrey Perkins 1 Being a parcel of land with the garage building and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 10.1 acres, be the same, more or less, situated on Vermont Route 25 in the Town of Topsham and bein all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Jeffrey Perkins by the fa lowing deeds: (a) Warranty Deed from Herbert J. Wheeler, Jr., Gloria L. Wheeler and Timothy James Wheeler to Jeffrey Perkins and Karen S. Mattson dated June 8, 1996 and recorded in Book 52, Page 483 of the Topsham Land Records. (b) Quitclaim Deed from Karen S. Mattson to Jeffrey Perkins and dated July 22, 1999 and recorded in Book 59, Page 152 of the Topsham Land Records. (0) Quitclaim Deed from Herbert J. Wheeler, Jr. to Jeffrey Perkins dated September 15, 2004 and recorded in Book 65, Page 293 of the Topsham Land Records. smegma . Being a parcel of land with the buildings and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 48.50 acres of land, more or less, situated at 166 Peterson Road in the Town of Topsham, and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Aaron M. Smith by Warranty Deed of Michael W. Smith and Sandra J. Smith dated February 10, 2009 and recorded in Book 72, Page 103 of the Topsham Land Records. 10. Cynthia Stewart Being a parcel of land with the mobile home and improvements thereon standing, said to contain 1 1.7 acres, be the same, more or less, situated at 534 Vermont Route 25 in the Town of Topsham and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Cynthia Stewart by Warran Deed of Brenda Shepard dated July 19, 2002 and recorded in Book 61, Page 3 l of the Topsham Land Records. 11. Forr st A. hurs on r. an h ri L. Thurston Being a parcel of land with the mobile home and improvements thereon standing said to contain 10.0 acres, more or less, situated at 32 Watson Hill Road in the Town of Topsham, and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Forrest A. Thurston, Jr. and Sheri L. Thurston by Warranty Deed of Nicholas D. Huntoon and Gene‘Welch, Jr. dated September 15, 2005 and recorded in Book 67, Page 338 of the Topsham Land Records. By virtue of the original Tax Warrant andgTax Bills committed to me for collection, the undersigned Collector of Delinquent Taxes for the Town of Topsham, Vermont has levied upon the above described lands and premises ' of said taxpayers. And such remises will be sold at pubic auction at the Town Clerk’s Office, a pu lic place in such Town, Monday, the 25‘“ day of March, 2019 at 10:30 o’clock in the forenoon, as shall be requisite to discharge such taxes with costs, unless previously paid. ‘ 32 V.S.A. Section 5254: Sale of Realty (a) When the tax with costs is not aid before the day of sale the real property on which the taxes are due Shall Be sold to pay such taxes. (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section, the owner of the property being sold for taxes may request in writing, not less than twenty-four hours prior to the tax sale, that a portion of the property be sold. Such a request must clearly identify the portion of the prope to be sold, and must be accompanied by a certification from the istrict environmental commission and the town zoning administrative officer that the portion identified may be subdivided and meets minimum lot size requirements. In the event that the portion identified‘by the tax ayer cannot be sold for taxes and costs, then the entire property may be sol to pay such tax and costs. Dated at Topsham, Vermont this 13* day of February, 2019. /s/Brooke Hayward—Miller Brooke Hayward—Miller . Collector of Delinquent Taxes I Town of Topsham