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SHERIFF’S SALE

February 5, 2015

By virtue of certain writs of execution out of the Court of Common Pleas of Fulton County, Pa., and to me directed, I will expose at public sale by public venue or outcry in the hallway of the Fulton County Courthouse, McConnellsburg, Pa., February 5, 2015, at 10 a.m., on the above date, the hereinafter mentioned real estate. All parties in interest and claimants are hereby notified that a schedule of distribution will be filed by the sheriff on February 16, 2015 and that distribution will be made in accordance with said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within twenty (20) days thereafter.

Sale #2

#380-2013-C

Community State

Bank of Orbisonia

V.

Lee R. and Jill Z. Wallace

All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Brush Creek Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 318 Hickory Trail, Crystal Spring PA 15536. Recorded in Deed Book 0078, Page 0254. Tax Parcel #04-24-048..-000

Sale #3

#203-2013-C

Nationstar Mortgage LLC

V.

John J. Lynch and

Heather L. Harr

All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated Ayr Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 367 Texas Eastern Drive, Mc- Connellsburg PA 17233. Recorded in Deed Book 0245, Page 0472. Tax Parcel #01- 31-027..-000

Sale #4

#61-2014-C

Bank of America

V. Estate of Elizabeth Nahory

All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Dublin Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 34014 Great Cove Road, Burnt Cabins PA 17215. Recorded in Deed Book 0354, Page 0250. Tax Parcel #05-17-005..-000

Sale #5

#415-2013-C

JPMorgan Chase Bank

National Association

V.

David L. Harr and

Michelle K. Helman

All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Ayr Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 195 Canterbury Road, Mc- Connellsburg PA 17233. Recorded in Deed Book 0488, Page 0454. Tax Parcel #01- 26-036..-000

Sale #6

#64-2009-C

Bayview Loan Servicing

V.

Allahdin Corporation

All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Brush Creek Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 9650 Old 126, Warfordsburg PA 17267. Recorded in Deed Book 0471, Page 0935. Tax Parcel #04- 07-016..-000

TERMS

As soon as the property is knocked down to the purchaser, 10 percent of the purchase price or 10 percent of all costs, whichever may be higher, shall be delivered to the sheriff. If the 10 percent payment is not made as requested, the sheriff will direct the auctioneer to resell the property. The balance due shall be paid no later than February 16, 2015, at 4 p.m. prevailing time. Otherwise, all money previously paid will be forfeited and the property will be resold March 5, 2015, at 10 a.m. prevailing time in the hallway of the Fulton County Courthouse, Mc- Connellsburg, Fulton County, Pa., at which time the full purchase price or all costs, whichever may be higher, shall be paid in full.

Keith B. Stains, Sheriff

Fulton County, Pa.

All sheriff’s sales can also be viewed online at www.co.fulton.pa.us.

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NOTICE

The Union Township Board of Supervisors will accept bids until February 2, 2015, at 7 p.m., for the following:

600 ton antiskid (more or less)

2,000 ton AASHTO No. 8 (more or less)

2,000 ton BCR PA 2RC 3/4D (more or less)

6,000 ton BCR PA 2RC 3/4C (more or less)

100 ton gabion (4’ to 7’) (more or less)

100 ton superpave wearing course 9.5mm, PG 64-22, 50 gyration (more or less)

Bid products for delivery only. Proposals must be upon forms furnished by the municipality. the municipality reserves the right to reject any or all proposals.

Union Township
Carolyn M. Wills, Sec.
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NOTICE

The Union Township Board of Supervisors will hold their regular business meetings on the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m.

However, if the meeting date should fall on a holiday, the meeting will then be held the following day.

Union Township
Carolyn M. Wills, Sec.
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NOTICE

All meetings of the Ayr Township Board of Supervisors for 2015 will be held on the last Monday of every month at 7 p.m., at the township municipal building, 5844 Cito Road, unless otherwise advertised.

The January 2015 meeting has been changed to Friday, January 30, 2015, at 7 p.m.

Ayr Township Supervisors
Denise R. Grissinger,
Sec.
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EXECUTRIX’S NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary on the estate of Noah Linn Hendershot, late of Washington County, Md,. have been granted to the undersigned, and she requests all persons having claims against said estate to make known the same to Marion Hendershot Hardin, 19727 Meadowbrook Road, Hagerstown, MD 21742, or her attorney, and all persons indebted to said decedent to make payment to her without delay.

Marion Hendershot
Hardin, Executrix
Dick, Stein, Schemel,
Wine & Frey, LLP
J. Edgar Wine, Esquire
119 North Second Street
McConnellsburg, PA 17233
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PUBLIC MEETING
NOTICE

Fulton County and its municipalities are updating the Fulton County Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP). The HMP is designed to make our community more resistant to losses from natural and man-made disasters, and to enable the county and municipalities to be eligible for federal funding for qualifying mitigation projects. There will be a public meeting to review the updated risk assessment at the Fulton County Planning Office in the lower level of the Services for Children Building, 219 North Second Street, McConnellsburg, PA, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. on January 27, 2015. All interested parties are invited to attend and provide comments on the risk assessment, which is available for review under the “Draft Documents for Review” page at www.fultonhmp.com. For more information, contact Mary K. Seville of the Fulton County Planning Commission at 717-485-3717.

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NOTICE OF FULTON COUNTY OF INTENT TO ADOPT ORDINANCE TO APPROVE INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT

Notice is given that in accordance with the Act of December 19, 1996, P.L. 1158, 53 Pa. C.S.A. §§2301-2316, relating to Intergovernmental Cooperation, the counties of Bedford, Blair, Fulton and Huntingdon desire to enter an intergovernmental agreement to share existing assets within their own Emergency 9-1-1 systems and provide back up to other 9-1-1 call centers in the event of a mechanical problem or disaster in order that emergency calls can still be processed. Additionally, the foregoing counties want to explore leveraging resources and funding in a manner where each county would still remain financially responsible for their own operations and make actual purchases of capital items, but the counties will cooperate in sharing and use of such capital items.

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners will consider the Ordinance approving the Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement on January 28, 2015, at 7 p.m at the EOC Conference Room, 219 North Second Street, Suite 106, McConnellsburg, PA 17233, a summary of which is as follows:

Each county shall authorize and direct its director of Emergency Services to regularly attend meetings with the other directors of Emergency Services from the participating counties to communicate, plan, strategize and make recommendations to their respective boards of commissioners.

Each county shall designate one commissioner liaison to attend such meetings as are called amongst the counties for the purposes of communicating, planning and receiving recommendations from the directors of Emergency Services from the counties prior to submitting any recommendation to the boards of commissioners for the counties for approval.

The agreement requires approval of the provision of backup for 911 calls and/or sharing of equipment to be approved by each county by resolution. Further, to the extent cost sharing is involved, such resolution shall set forth the terms of any payment from one county to another county specifically including the amount and frequency of such payment and how such payment shall be adjusted.

With respect to grants or other funding that some or all of the counties desire to strategically utilize, a resolution shall be passed in a public meeting by the boards of commissioners of the participating counties designating a single county as the applicant, supporting the countyapplicant’s application and approving how the capital resource being funded will be shared or utilized as between the counties along with any cost sharing.

All employees shall continue to be employees of their regular employing county, and there shall be no joint employees.

To the extent necessary under the PSETA, in the event that some or all of the counties engage in backup and sharing as provided for above, any county performing any action under the PSETA on behalf of another county, such performing county shall be deemed to have been delegated such authority by the other county. As a matter reciprocal to the responsibilities and duties delegated in this agreement, each county, its elected and public officials and employees shall have the same immunities from liability, the same limitations on damages, the same rights and benefits, and the same powers as would be had by, preserved to or applicable to a municipality, its employees, officers and officials under the provisions of the Political Subdivisions Tort Claims Act [Subchapter C of Chapter 85 of Title 42 of The Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, Act 142 of October 5, 1980, as amended, 42 Pa. C.S.A. §8541 et. seq.], and/or under provisions of any other Pennsylvania law or any federal law, now or hereafter enacted which provides for immunities, limitations, rights, benefits, or powers in connection with the subject matter of this agreement.

The agreement shall become effective for each county hereto when each county, by ordinance of its board of commissioners, adopts and approves the agreement, and authorizes the president and/or vice president of the board of commissioners to execute the same and the chief clerk to attest to the same. Any county may withdraw from this agreement at any time, by ordinance approved by board of commissioners with an approved/ executed copy of such ordinance provided to the other counties at least ninety (90) days in advance of the time of withdrawal.

The full text of this ordinance may be examined during the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the office of the Fulton County Commissioners, 116 West Market Street, Mc- Connellsburg, PA 17233.

FULTON COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Attest:
Sarah Duvall,
Chief Clerk
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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Articles of Incorporation have been filed with and approved by the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at Harrisburg, Pa., on November 5, 2014, for the purposes of obtaining a Certificate of Incorporation pursuant to the provisions of the Nonprofit Corporation Laws of 1988, as amended, (15 Pa.C.S.A., Section 5101, et seq.) of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

The name of the corporation is Hustontown-Forbes Road Alumni Association Foundation.

The purpose or purposes for which the corporation is incorporated under the nonprofit law is to raise funds for the establishment and granting of educational scholarships and for other related educational activities.

Hustontown-Forbes
Road Alumni Association
Foundation
334 Melius Road
McConnellsburg, PA 17233
Dick, Stein, Schemel,
Wine & Frey, LLP
J. Edgar Wine, Esquire
119 North Second Street
McConnellsburg, PA 17233
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NOTICE

The Forbes Road School Board meetings of January 27 and February 2 are cancelled and replaced with administrative committee meeting on January 26, at 6 p.m., and the regular school board meeting to immediately follow.

Glenda Wolford
School Board Secretary
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NOTICE

The Bethel Township Board of Supervisors will hold their meetings on the following dates: February 2, March 2, April 6, May 4, June 1, July 6, August 3, September 8, October 5, November 2 and December 7, 2015.

The meetings are scheduled to be held at 7 p.m., at the Bethel Township Municipal Office.

Bethel Township
Board of Supervisors
Donna J. Lynch,
Sec./Treas.
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NOTICE

The Bethel Township Board of Supervisors adopted the budget for 2015 on December 1, 2014.

There is no increase in taxes. Real estate remains at .313 mill and per capita is $4.

Bethel Township
Board of Supervisors
Donna J. Lynch,
Sec./Treas.
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INVITATION FOR BIDS

The Fulton County commissioners will receive sealed bids for “North First Ave. Alley Reconstruction” at 116 West Market Street, Mc- Connellsburg, PA 17233 until 10 a.m., prevailing time on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, at which time and place, all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.

The project consists of asphalt paving, concrete work, storm drainage structures, stormwater piping, sidewalks, and curbing.

A pre-bid conference will be held for prospective bidders on January 30, 2015, at 10 a.m., at the project site, 214 North Second Street, McConnellsburg, PA 17233.

Copies of the contract documents may be examined and obtained for a refundable deposit of $75 at the Fulton County Commissioners Office at 116 West Market Street, McConnellsburg, PA 17233, contact Sarah Duvall at 717-485-3691. Deposit will be returned to those bidders returning the documents in good condition within 30 days of the bid date.

A certified check or bank draft payable to the order of The Fulton County Commissioners, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety in an amount equal to ten percent (10 percent) of the total of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. The Bidder shall include the fully completed non-collusion affidavit with the bid.

A performance and payment bond in an amount equal to 100 percent of the amount of the contract and issued by a corporate surety authorized to do business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will be required to be furnished by the successful bidder.

The Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act will be required for any bid that exceeds $25,000.

Compliance with Act 127 of 2012 requiring all contractors and subcontractors to use e-Verify for verification of employment eligibility for all employees will be required. Verification form shall be provided to the Fulton County commissioners as a precondition of being awarded a contract.

The Fulton County commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any or all defects, errors, omissions, irregularities or informalities in any bid.

Awards shall be made only to responsible bidders that possess the potential ability to perform successfully under the terms and conditions of this procurement. Consideration shall be given to such matters as bidder integrity, compliance with public policy, record of past performance and financial and technical resources when determining responsibility.

Fulton County
Commissioners
Rodney L. McCray
Craig C. Cutchall
Irvin L. Dasher
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