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December 13, 2017--JOURNAL OPINION--Page 13 Genesis HealthCare is now hiring at St. Johnsbury Health & Rehab Center located in St. Johnsbury, VT. RNs & LPNs PRN/PT/FT; all shifts. Sign-on bonus available up to $3,500! Educational loan repayment programs for new grad nurses Must be licensed in VT & graduate of approved nursing school. We offer competitive compensation, medical, dental, vision benefits, 401(k), vacation time, growth opportunity and more. Apply online: www.genesiscareers.jobs Emaih philip.brown@genesishcc.com 802-748-8757 Genesis HealthCare is an EO Employer- Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories. PUPPIES FOR SALE AUSTRALIAN CATrLEDOG PUPPIES. First shots/wormed. $375.802-888-7258. 4t/1-3/c. FOR RENT BRADFORD: Well-maintained, 2 bedroom apt. includes heat, plowing and trash. $785. Within walking distance to downtown, 35 minutes to Hanover or St. J. Deposit, first and last month rent, references required. No smoking within the building. Adults preferred, private entrance. Call 802-222-9378, leave short clear message, ff/c HELP WANTED FULL-TIME COOK 40+ hours a week. Pay based on experience, 2-3 years' cooking experience preferred. Benefits package including health, life and dental insur- ance, 40 I K, paid vacations, holidays, and sick time. Must pass a background and drug test. Please submit resume to: ma3024@metzcorp.com or apply in person to Valley Vista, 23 Upper Plain, Bradford, VT. Graflon County Nursing Home Employment Opportunities 36 hours, 7a-7p x 3 & 7p-7a x3 Including every other weekend Pay Range: $13.67-$18.37 Do you have a love for the elderly and a strong desire to assist residents in a patient and empathetic manner? If so, Grafton County encourages you to apply! Exceptional pay and benefits package. Position provides resident care in a manner that supports and complements standards of nursing practice. Must have completed an approved LNA training program and be licensed/licensable in New Hampshire. Apply online at www.co.grafton.nh.us/employment-opportunities or apply in person: Grafton County Human Resources 3855 Dartmouth College Hwy. North Haverhill, NH 03774 603-787-2034 E.O.E. My Second Home Early Learning Center in Bradford, in anticipation of staff changes, is seeking a qualified candidate for the position STORAGE UNITS NOW AVAILABLE! UNIT SIZES: 5X5 of TEACHING ASSISTANT. Candidates must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED and meet or exceed one of the following: A VT Early Childhood Career Ladder Level Two (2) or Level Three (3); or A current CDA (Child Development Associate Credential) from the National Council for Prof. Recognition and twelve (12) months' experience working with groups of preschoolers; or A Child Care Certificate from CCV and twelve (12)months' experience working with groups of preschoolers; or A Certificate of Completion from the Vermont Registered Child Care Apprenticeship Program; or SuccesSful completion of twelve (12) college credits in Early Childhood Education and twelve (12) months' experience working with groups of preschoolers. Please email letter of interest and resume to: petermerisal @ gmail.com or call 802-222-4236 for more information or mailing address. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 10X20 10'X10 For more information, Call 603-353-9700 BATH, NH Connecticut River Frontage 7 acres +/- $409,000 Spectacular views over the Connecticut River from the beautiful, custom-built home with 910' of river frontage. 3 bedrooms, two full baths, including a 1st floor bedroom; large open country kitchen with cathedral ceilings. Screened porch, deck, and covered front porch, plus detached 2 car garage. Minutes to Wells River and the 1-91 corridor. MLS#4665950. Call for an appointment today. The Biggest Little Real Estate Agency In The Valley! STATE OF VERMONT SUPERIOR COURT ORANGE UNIT PROBATE DIVISION DOCKET NO. 249-10-17 Oepr STATE OF VERMONT SUPERIOR COURT ORANGE UNIT PROBATE DIVISION DOCKET NO. 262-10-17 Oepr IN RE ESTATE OF IN RE ESTATE OF PHYLLIS LAVELLE LILLIAN LOUISE APPLETON NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the creditors of the Estate of To the creditors of the Estate of Lillian Phyllis Lavelle, late of Bradford, VT. I Louise Appleton, late of East Corinth, have been appointed to administer VT. I have been appointed to this estate. All creditors having claims administer this estate. All creditors against the decedent or the estate having claims against the decedent must present their claims in writing or the estate must present their within four (4) months of the first claims in writing within four (4) months publication of this notice. The claim of the first publication of this notice. must be presented to me at the The claim must be presented to me address listed below with a copy sent at the address listed below with a to the Court. The claim may be copy sent to the Court. The claim barred forever if it is not presented may be barred forever if it is not within the four (4) month period, presented within the four (4) month Dated 11-30-17 period. /s/John H. Lavelle Dated 11-29-17 John H. Lavelle /s/Kenneth A. Appleton Executor/Administrator Kenneth A. Appleton 29 British American BIvd., Executor/Administrator Latham, NY 12110 11 Watson Hill Rd. 518-869-6227 West Topsham, VT 05086 802-222-0360 john@lavelleandfinn.com Name of Publication: Name of Publication: Journal Opinion Journal Opinion Publication Dates: 12-6, 12-13 Publication Dates: 12-6, 12-13 Address of Probate Court: Address of Probate Court: Orange Probate Division Vermont Superior Court 5 Court Street 5 Court Street Chelsea, VT 05038 Chelsea, VT 05038 Tune In Wednesdays for Journal Opinion Headlines AND Wednesday's Word! and Retail Commercial Building 35 Central Street Woodsville, NH 14 Apartments 5,000 Square foot retail space Adjacent parking lot for parking Price for Quick Sale Town Assessed Value $420,000 all ( ) 863-4038 ail begink 12@gmail. com The Haverhill Cooperative School Board and the Strategic Facilities Committee will be holding a public forum to discuss the Woodsville High School building project, including the advantages and disadvantages of sending our students elsewhere. The public is encouraged to attend and provide input on the oPtipns presented. The meeting will take place on Thursday, December 21 Haverhill Cooperative Middle School at 6:30 p.m. REAL ESTATE AUCTION at the December 20, 2017 at 3 PM Located at the junction of Denio Road and Comerford Dam Road Barnet, Vermont TIMBER LOTS The four parcels sold are described as follows and will be sold in the order they appear on the following list: Parcel One said to contain 100 acres, more or less; (See Barnet Tax Map 10, Lot 1 and Tax Map 5, Lot 48) Parcel Two said to contain 162 acres, more or less. (See Barnet Tax Map 5, Lots 38 and 45) Parcel Three estimated to contain 163 acres, more or less; (See Barnet Tax Map 10, Lot 6 and Tax Map 5, Lot 44) Parcel Four estimated to contain 34 acres, more or less : (See Barnet Tax Map 10, Lot 5) TERMS: The highest bidder(s will be required to pay a deposit of $10,000.00 in certified funds or by bank treasurer's check at the time of the auction. The highest bidder(s) will be further required to pay by certified funds or bank treasurer s check within seven days of the date of the auction an additional deposit to make the total deposit equal to 10% of the auction bid(s). The highest bidder(s) will also be required to sign a Purchase and Sales Agreement at the time of the public sale. After the sale of one or more of the parcels, and before all parcels are sold, if sufficient funds are generated to pay the foreclosure debt then the remaining parcels will not be sold. RIGHT TO REDEEM: The Mortgagor James S. Kendall is entitled to redeem the property at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due under the mortgage, including the costs and expenses of the sale. The defendants, United States of America shall have a further right to redeem the property within 120 days following the public sale if its lien has not been discharged prior to, or as a result of the public sale. Property will be sold "AS-IS" The Mortgagee or Mctioneers make no representation or warranty with respect to the accuracy of any statement as to the boundaries, acreage, frontage, or other matters contained in the aforesaid description of the property. Property(s) enrollment in the Agricultural and Forest Land Use Value Appraisal program. See our web page for more information. Auction held on site. Auctioneers: Lussier's Auction Service Lyndonville,Vermont David Lussier 802-626-9541, 802-274-0747 Reg Lussier 802-626-8892, 802-535-6100 www.lussierauction.com lussier@kingcon.com SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT #23 PROPOSED BUDGET SUMMARY 2018-19 2017-2018 2018-2019 APPROVED PROPOSED INCREASE/ DEPARTMENT NUMBER/DESCRIPTION BUDGET BUDGET (DECREASE) ASSESSMENT $ 1.119,077 $ 1,256,699 $ 137,622 FPS TUITION $ 200,503 $ 169,946 $ (30,557) KING STREET SCHOOLTUITtON $ 370,449 $ 351,069 $ (19.380) SUMMER TRIP TUITION $ 13,243 $ 13,382 $ 139 SUMMER SCHOOL TUITION $ $ $ TRANSPORTATION FEES $ $ $ INTERESTON INVESTMENTS $ 100 $ 35 $ (65) SALE OF FIXED ASSETS $ $ $ SERVICES TO LEA'S $ 348,541 $ 366,990 $ 18,449 SPEECH SERVICES $ 321,378 $ 322,538 $ 1,160 PHYSICAL THERAPY REVENUE $ 34,600 $ 44,622 $ 10,022 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY REVENUE $ 113.155 $ 113,155 $ REFUND FROM PRIOR YEAR $ $ $ OTHER LOCAL REVENUE $ 5,500 $ 6,500 $ 1.000 USE OF FUND BALANCE $ $ $ TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES $ 2,526,546 $ 2,644,936 $ 118,390 1100 ITINERANT TEACHERS $ 218,369 $ 230,781 $ 12,412 1230 FRENCH POND PROGRAM $ 264,980 $ 269,439 $ 4,459 1231 KING STREET PROGRAM $ 286,524 $ 299,482 $ 12,958 1430 SUMMER SCHOOL $ 11,707 $ 11,831 $ 124 1431 SUMMER TUTORING PROGRAM $ 1,536 $ 1,551 $ 15 2120 GUIDANCE $ 69,084 $ 71,533 $ 2.449 2125 DATA MANAGEMENT $ 53,312 $ 53,273 $ (39) 2150 SPEECH & LANGUAGE SERVICES$ 305,782 $ 313,627 $ 7.845 2159 SPEECH SUMMER SERVICES $ 15,596 $ 8,911 $ (6,685) 2162 PHYSICAL THERAPY $ 34,600 $ 44,622 $ 10,022 2163OCCUPATIONALTHERAPY $ 113,155 $ 113,155 $ 2213 STAFF DEVELOPMENT $ 4,000 $ 4,000 $ 2220 TECHNOLOGY SUPERVISION $ 152,957 $ 170,493 $ 17,536 2311 SCHOOL BOARD $ 7,475 $ 7,124 $ (351) 2312 SCHOOL BOARD CLERK $ 1,176 $ 1,154 $ (22) 2313 DISTRICT TREASURER $ 2,915 $ 2,905 $ (10) 2317 AUDIT $ 7,800 $ 7,800 $ 2318 LEGAL COUNSEL $ 800 $ 800 $ 2321 OFFICE OFTHE SUPERINTENDENT $ 570,261 $ 593,569 $ 23,308 2330 SPECIAL PROGRAMS ADMIN. $ 221,280 $ 266,728 $ 45,448 2334 OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS $ 5,671 $ 5,848 $ 177 2540 SAU-WlDE PUBLIC RELATIONS $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 2620 BUILDING & RENT $ 123,503 $ 127,046 $ 3.543 2640 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE $ 5,400 $ 4,570 $ (830) 2710 TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT $ $ $ 2810 RESEARCH, PLANNING, DEVELPMT $ 6,500 $ 4,800 $ (1,700) 2820 COMPUTER NETWORK $ 40,363 $ 26,396 $ (13,967) 2832 RECRUITMENT ADVERTISING $ 800 $ 800 $ 9992 DEFICIT APPROPRIATION $ $ 1,698 $ 1,698 TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES $ 2,526,546 $ 2,644,936 $ 118,390 IDEA GRANTS $ 250,000 TOTAL BUDGET $ 2,776,546 INCREASE OVER PRIOR YEAR (GENERAL FUND) $ 250,000 $ $ 2t894#36 $ 118,390 4.69% $ 118,390 Experience preferred, but if you are community-minded and like to write, the Journal Opinion will train you to be a reporter! 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