2013-05-09 / Local & State

Additional Legals

NOTICE A meeting of the commissioners of Huntingdon, Bedford and Fulton counties, serving as the joint governing board of the Huntingdon Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging, will be held on Monday, May 13, 2013, at 9 a.m. Meeting location is the Gateway Restaurant, Breezewood, Pa. 5-7-1t

SHERIFF’S SALE June 6, 2013 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., June 6, 2013, 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 June 17, 201,3 and that distribution will be made in accordance with said schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within twenty (20) days thereafter. SALE #1 #107-2010-C Chase Home Finance LLC V. Matthew L. Seville All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Wells Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 407 West Tannery Road, Wells Tannery, PA 16691. Recorded in Deed Book 0506, Page 0464. Tax Parcel #12-15-004..-000. SALE #2 #362-2012-C Mifflin County Savings Bank V. Chelsey N. Deavers All the following real estate, together with improvement thereon erected, situated in Taylor Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 280 Blacks Mountain Road, Waterfall PA 16689. Recorded in Deed Book 0445, Page 0295. Tax

Parcel #08-05-053..-000 SALE #3 #203-2012-C JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association V. Ronald C. Dick II and Christie K. Dick All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Wells Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 315 Pernell Road, Wells Tannery PA 16691. Recorded in Deed Book 0511, Page 0975. Tax Parcel #12-06-012C.-000 SALE #4 #75-2012-C The Bank of New York Mellon V. Jennifer Migliaccio and Luther R. Phelps All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Thompson Township, Fulton County, Pennsylvania. Being known as 2291 Timber Ridge Road, Needmore PA 17238. Recorded in Deed Book 0484, Page 0970. Tax Parcel #09-02-043..-000 SALE #5 #442-2012-C PHH Mortgage Corporation V. Joseph D. Hodgkins All the following real estate, together with improvements thereon erected, situated in Brush Creek Township, Fulton County, Pa. Being known as 373 Burch Road, Breezewood, PA 15533. Recorded in Deed Book 0188, Page 0394. Tax Parcel #04-24-006..-000

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 June 17, 2013, at 4:30 p.m. prevailing time. Otherwise, all money previously paid will be forfeited and the property will be resold July

11, 2013, at 10 a.m. prevailing time in the hallway of the Fulton County Courthouse, McConnellsburg, 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 5-9-3x

NOTICE The Ayr Township supervisors meeting for May, 2013 has been changed to Tuesday, May 28, 2013, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Ayr Township Municipal Building, 5844 Cito Road, McConnellsburg, Pa. Denise R. Grissinger, Sec. Ayr Township Supervisors 5-9-2t

NOTICE Forbes Road School Board at its regular meeting held May 6, 2013, adopted a tentative budget for the fiscal year 2014. The budget is open for public inspection in the business office of Forbes Road School District during the time and on the days school is in session. Final adoption is planned at the meeting of the board on June 3, 2013, at 7:30 p.m. Glenda Wolford School Board Secretary 5-9-3x

SILOAM CEMETERY NOTICE All items must be removed from the ground for mowing April 1 through October 15. All grave decorations must be attached to the gravestone. Decorations may be placed on graves only on the following holidays: Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, and Christmas. All items must be removed seven days following the before mentioned holidays. The Siloam Cemetery Association shall have the authority to remove any decoration( s) in violation of the rules and regulations. Siloam Cemetery Association 5-9-3x

NOTICE Notice is hereby given that at a public meeting of the Licking Creek Township Board of Supervisors to be held, Wednesday, May 22, 2013, at 7:30 p.m., prevailing time, at the Licking Creek Township Municipal Building, 966 Forrestdale Road, Harrisonville, PA 17228, the following Ordinance shall be considered for adoption. Any interested Licking Creek Township resident may appear and comment. ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF LICKING CREEK DEFINING AND REGULATING THE STORAGE, COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL OF SOLID WASTE; REGULATING THE POINT OF COLLECTION AND PREPARATION THEREFORE, HOURS OF OPERATION, SCHEDULES AND THE CONTAINERS REQUIRED FOR COLLECTION; REQUIRING THE UTILIZATION OF SATISFACTORY EQUIPMENT BY CONTRACTORS; REQUIRING FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE; AND PRESCRIBING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION. Section 1. Intent and Purpose All domestic, commercial and industrial refuse accumulated or stored upon any property within Licking Creek Township shall be collected and removed by a responsible person or contractor and shall be disposed of in accordance with the Solid Waste Management Act and the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act and this ordinance. Section 2. Definitions. As used in this ordinance, the following terms shall have the meaning indicated, unless a different meaning appears from the context: ASHES – Residue from the burning of coal, coke or other combustible material. CONTRACTOR – An individual or firm who collects and transports municipal solid waste, recycled materials or other waste as defined by this ordinance.

DISPOSAL – Storage, collection, disposal or handling of garbage, rubbish or waste. DWELLING – Place of residence within Licking Creek Township of one or more persons where refuse is generated through normal living habits. It shall include apartments and buildings devoted to multiple-family occupancy. GARBAGE – Means all animal and vegetable wastes resulting from the handling, preparation, cooking or consumption of foods. MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE (MSW) – Garbage, refuse, industrial lunchroom or office waste and other material, including solid, liquid, semi- solid or contained gaseous material resulting from operation of residential, municipal, commercial or institutional establishments or from community activities; and any sludge not meeting the definition of residual or hazardous waster from a municipal, commercial, or institutional water supply treatment plant, wastewater treatment plant or air pollution control facility. OCCUPANT – A person occupying any dwelling, business or other facility whether or not the legal owner. OWNER – Any person, agent, operator, firm or corporation having a legal or equitable interest in real estate in Licking Creek Township or otherwise having control of the property, including the guardian, executor or administrator of the estate of the owner. PERSON – Any natural person, association, partnership, firm or corporation. PLAN – The Fulton County Municipal Waste Management Plan. RECYCLING – The collection, separation, recovery and sale or reuse of metals, glass, paper, leaf waste, plastics and other materials which would otherwise be disposed or processed as MSW. REFUSE – All waste, except human body wastes, including garbage, ashes, and rubbish. RUBBISH – Glass, metal, paper, plant growth, wood, or non-petruscible solid waste. WASTE – A material whose original purpose has been completed and which is directed to a disposal facility or is otherwise disposed. The term includes municipal waste, but does not include source-separated recyclable materials or material approved by the Department for beneficial use under Section 271.232 (relating to beneficial use). In this ordinance, the singular shall include the plural; the plural shall include the singular; and the masculine shall include the feminine and neuter. Section 3. Prohibited. No waste shall be allowed to accumulate or be deposited

on the ground, highways, vacant lots, in buildings or other property or be thrown in any stream or other body of water. Section 4. Disposal The occupants of a structure shall dispose of all waste in a clean and sanitary manner by placing such waste in approved containers. Section 5. Containers Required The owner of every dwelling, business or facility shall supply and maintain sufficient garbage containers for the collection of waste. The same must be watertight, equipped with a tight fitting cover and shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition. No municipal waste shall be stored by any occupant of the premises outside of a garbage container. Section 6. Point of Collection. The contractor shall pick up all refuse on the property, from a location arranged between the contractor and customer; and/or the owner/ occupant will dispose of at an approved landfill or recycling center. Section 7. Cost. The cost of weekly garbage collection shall be determined by agreement between the contractor and customer. Section 8. Schedules. Owners shall be responsible for contacting a garbage hauler or contractor for regular collection. Collection shall be made at least weekly. The contractor shall be responsible to notify customers of the days collections will be made. Section 9. Preparation for Collection. All garbage, before being placed into receptacles for collection, should have liquid drained from it, as much as practical. Garbage should be wrapped in paper or plastic so as to prevent leakage onto streets and property. Ashes shall be cooled and placed in separate, fire resistant containers. Rubbish shall be placed in approved containers, or cut and baled, tied, bundled, stacked or packaged so as to be easily handled by the contractor. Section 10. Equipment of Contractor. The contractor shall be required to collect and remove refuse in motor-driven vehicle having enclosed steel bodies with steel covers and watertight and leak proof automatic packer-type bodies, and to so conduct the collection, removal and transportation of the refuse to assure general cleanliness and sanitation throughout the entire process and operation thereof. The contractor shall also be required, at his own cost, to dispose of, at an approved disposal area, all quantities of garbage collected by him, and to furnish, at his own cost, all vehicles, machinery and equipment necessary for the proper performance of such contract. Collection

and transportation equipment shall meet the requirements of the Pennsylvania Waste Transportation Safety Act (Act 90) if applicable. Section 11. Spills. No contractor engaged in removing or disposing of refused shall cause any waste, of any kind, to be scattered or spilled on any streets, highways, walkways, alleys, or driveways within the Township. Any spills caused by any hauler, recycler or individual shall be cleaned up by the violator or the Township may cause any spill to be cleaned up and impose the costs upon the violator at fault. Section 12. Disposal. Pursuant to the County Solid Waste Plan, all refuse generated in the Township shall be collected and delivered to the facilities designated by the County for processing and disposal. Section 13. Billing Procedure The contractor shall establish rates to be charged to each occupant of the premises from which refuse shall be collected. The contractor shall enter into individual or separate contracts with each householder or occupant of the premises, without liability to or upon Licking Creek Township. Section 14. Complaints. The township supervisors shall have the right to determine finally the true validity of any complaint made by residents as to the failure of the contractor to collect refuse in accordance with this ordinance, and the Board of Supervisor’s decision shall be final and binding upon the contractor. Section 15. Contractor as an Independent Contractor. The contractor shall not in any manner be construed as an agent, servant or employee of Licking Creek Township, but shall at all times be considered and remain an independent contractor. Section 16. Duties of Contractors It shall be the duty of all contractors to be in compliance with the Pennsylvania Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act of 1988 (Act 101), Waste Transportation Safety Act (Act 90) and other applicable laws. Any contractor shall be required to cooperate with Licking Creek Township in providing information in the event that an action is instituted to enforce the terms of this ordinance. Section 17. Compost Piles Notwithstanding the terms of this article, compost piles kept by occupants or tenants of structure shall not violate the terms and conditions of this article, provided that the materials in the compost piles do not generate any offensive odors and provided further that said compost piles are secure so that animals do not spread the materials from the compost piles around the premises. Section 18. Penalties. Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate any provision of this ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof; be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than twenty five dollars ($25) nor more than six hundred dollars ($600), and in default of payment, to imprisonment for a term not to exceed thirty (30) days. Section 19. Repealer. All ordinances or parts of ordinances that are inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. Section 20. Severability. If any sentence, clause, section, or part of this Ordinance is for any reason found to be unconstitutional, illegal or invalid, such unconstitutionality, illegality or invalidity shall not affect or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections or parts of this Ordinance. It is hereby declared as the intent of Licking Creek Township that this Ordinance would have been adopted had such unconstitutional, illegal or invalid sentence, clause, section or part thereof not been included herein. Section 21. Effective Date. This ordinance shall become effective on the date of adoption by Licking Creek Township. 5-9-1t

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