13,000 January 28, 2011 Free
Hospital Plans Unveiled
By Linda Cicoira learn where the new hospital
Twenty to 50 more jobs will be would be built.
available when a new hospital is “Unfortunately, I’m not going
built in Accomack and the old fa- to be able to give you the an-
cility in Northampton is used for swer,” the administrator said. “I
various services, Riverside Shore thought I would know by now.”
Memorial Hospital Administra- “People who are employed are
tor Joe Zager told Onancock offi- still going to be employed,” Zager
cials and citizens who packed assured, also promising that
the town Council Chambers Nassawadox will continue to be
Monday. the home of physicians’ offices
But it will be a while before and diagnostic testing. An ur-
the positions become reality. gent-care facility could be
Construction of the new hospital housed there as well, he said.
could take years, according to Delaying identification of a
previous estimates. Zager said site for the new facility are soil
he expects the ground to be bro- issues, railroad tracks, water
ken before the end of 2011. He and sewer needs and access to
said the review process will end Lankford Highway, he disclosed.
in September. “There are two properties … if
“The site will be identified by those don’t work there are two
the end of January,” the adminis- more that could work,” Zager
trator added. “But it will not said. Riverside Health System’s
have to be concrete. It could Williamsburg hospital plan will
change” in the following weeks be used here to help move the
Watch the Birdie Photo by Linda Cicoira as allowed by the state’s Certifi-
cate of Need requirments, aimed
process along, he added.
Among the sites being looked
Above is a clip of Bonnie Wallace and Sailor from the Eastern Shore at reducing overall health and at for the hospital are acres be-
Post's first web site video. See the mini-movie at www.easternshore- medical costs. hind Four Corner Plaza, proper-
post.com and email email@example.com to star in future ones. The crowd was hoping to (Continued on Page 4)
Northampton Examines Need for New High School
By Ron West en-year plan show an estimate of $30 million declined in recent years, it has not lessened the
Members of the Northampton County School for such as facility, School Board member need for additional space. For example, new
Board met this week with the Board of Super- Patrick Hand, who has extensive knowledge of guidelines regarding special education dictate
visors for a review of the school system’s Capi- the building industry, suggested that a more re- the number of students that can be accommo-
tal Improvement Plan. alistic figure is closer to half that amount. dated in a classroom. Additionally, while moving
School Board Vice Chairman Mickey Merritt The county owns enough property in East- the seventh grade to the high school will ease
laid out the seven-year plan for the supervisors ville and in Machipongo to alleviate the need to crowding at the two elementary schools, it will
in an effort to keep them in the loop regarding purchase land. add additional needs to the high school.
replacing or updating of the high school. School Board member Richard Bland sug- Currently the county has a high debt service
Merritt listed a number of high-priced items gested that the county hold public input ses- following several capital improvement projects
that need to be replaced at the school in the sions on the issue and survey citizens to get at the county seat in Eastville. Tankard sug-
coming year if the 56-year-old structure is to their views on the subject. gested that one financial plan might be to im-
keep pace with expanding needs of the student Supervisors Richard Tankard and Spencer pose a specific tax increase of 2 or 3 cents over
population. Murray suggested that additional figures are the coming years to help generate revenue for
Estimates run as high as $5 million to com- needed to determine how such a structure the school project. The county is currently
plete the renovation work at the school over the could be funded, as well as the real need for maxed out regarding its borrowing power for
next few years. The alternative would be to en- such expansion. the next few years. The two boards agreed to
gineer a new campus to house both middle- and Schools Superintendent Dr. Richard Bowmas- meet quarterly to keep both sides informed as
high-school students. While figures in the sev- ter stated that while the student enrollment has to funding needs.
2 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JANUARY 28, 2011
Search for Superintendent Poses Cost for Accomack County
By Linda Cicoira to the system Web site at recently announced that he would new high school instructional coor-
Accomack School Board’s quest www.sbo.accomack.k12.va.us or directly retire at the end of the current dinator, replacing Dr. Mark
for a new superintendent will cost at www.surveymonkey.com/s/t9t8nqn school year. Nowak, who died in November
about $10,000. “I believe this is the first time we In other School Board action, 2009. Arcadia’s assistant principal
Chairman J. Travis Thornton said have used a survey to gather com- Arcadia High School principal Ed- Rose Taylor will serve as interim
the board is going to “take advantage munity input in the superintendent die Lawrence has been named the principal at Arcadia.
of the services” of the Virginia School search,” said Thornton. “There are
Board Association (VSBA). The cost
is based on the number of students
enrolled in the school system.
established guidelines in the Vir-
ginia Code which outline the specif-
ic qualifications a division superin-
ESCC’s Vital Statistics
By Linda Cicoira nancial aid distribution shows stu-
“Selecting a superintendent is tendent must have, but there are There are more than twice as dents getting $1.01 million in as-
one of the most important deci- also qualifications that we as a many female students at Eastern sistance in 2005-06 and $2.23 mil-
sions a board member will make board are looking for in our next su- Shore Community College (ESCC) lion in 2009-10.
during his or her tenure,” said perintendent. We will be developing than males, according to a presen- ESCC had the 12th largest
Thornton. “The superintendent additional qualifications from board tation made by Linda Thomas- workforce development program in
will be executive adviser to the discussion and the survey results Glover, the facility’s president. the 23-college system in fiscal year
board, the educational leader of submitted by the Accomack County She said 69 percent of the student 2010, said Thomas-Glover. It was
our division and our voice for the residents, parents and employees. body is female. Figures also show number eight of the 18 non-urban
education community. Using the Our board felt getting the communi- that 56 percent of students are white, colleges. The president also report-
services of the VSBA will help the ty’s input would help us develop di- 56 percent are black and 6 percent ed that ESCC served 112 business-
School Board achieve this objective vision-specific qualifications.” are a combination of Asian, Hispanic es, making it number 14 in the sys-
by allowing us to consider all high- The deadline for comment is and other unspecified ethnicities. tem for a market penetration rate
ly qualified applicants.” Feb. 15. Those wishing to address In addition, Thomas-Glover said of 8.21 percent.
The school system is soliciting lo- the board directly should do so at the school’s enrollment continues “ESCC’s business clients like
cal opinion regarding the position. the School Board’s meeting at 7 to increase, with the student popu- what they get,” said Thomas-Glover.
Thornton encouraged “employees, that night. lation rising to nearly 1,500. “ESCC had a repeat business rate
parents and citizens in this most “It is our hope to announce our Twenty-three percent of the stu- of 68.75 percent in FY10.” It was
important process” to pick up a pa- next superintendent in June,” said dents live in Northampton County; the third highest in the system. The
per survey at county schools or par- Thornton. 77 percent are Accomack residents. average was 47.75 percent.
ticipate online in the survey linked Superintendent W. Richard Bull The age of the students varies from Thomas-Glover said the school
17 years to over 50. However, the continues to pursue an access road
biggest concentration, between 20 through the industrial park to alle-
and 25 percent, accounts for stu- viate traffic at the front entrance
dents 18 and 19 years old. and is re-establishing connections
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~ Hospital ~ support services will move north to
an as yet undetermined location.
nore opposition voiced by their
(Continued From Front Page) Extensive outpatient and physi- Jeffrey D. Ward of nearby Kerr
cian services will remain in Street wrote to the officials. His
ty next to the police barracks out- Northampton County. It is antici- house is the only one “on the cor-
side of Melfa and land between pated that the Nassawadox loca- ner of Kerr and North Streets,
ANEC and Chesapeake Square tion will include an express care which is not a bed and breakfast.
near Onley, according to various center with extended hours. In ad- When I moved to Onancock I was
sources. All three of those sites dition, a $3 million investment in not expecting my residential prop-
have access to water and sewer. improvements to the Nassawadox erty to be surrounded by business-
Zager said the current hospital site will include an upgraded CT es… I am concerned the future
is licensed for 143 beds, “but never scanner, digital mammography owners … may not be as business
got a census near that.” He esti- and a digital image archiving sys- savy and professional. A poorly run
mated that the new facility would tem that allows physicians to view establishment could have a signifi-
have 60 to 70 beds, with a full and discuss radiologic images from cant impact on my property value,
range of imaging and emergency multiple locations.” quality of life and on the neighbor-
services. Northampton county residents hood. I am asking … that there
“Onancock is probably in the have not been as receptive as those will be some sort of process so that
middle of the range” from Parksley in Accomack about the changes. future owners will have a viable
to Keller that was previously iden- Zager said he hopes they do not business plan and ability to run an
tified as a potential hospital site fight the Certificate of Need. establishment properly.”
area, said Zager. “You all aren’t go- He said the real issue is access Joanne Urban of North Street
ing to be far from that,” he assured to emergency services. “People also wrote to Council. In part, she
the Onancock gathering. He does- want access to health care when Zager addresses Onancock said, “While the LaMontagnes
n’t view it as a huge business op- they need it.” Town Council. have worked hard to minimize
portunity for the community. “I’ll bring you updates as they their business’ impact, there is no
Zager cut the existing hospital become available,” Zager told contended that other towns have guarantee that future B&B owners
staff by 25 employees last April. At Onancock Town Council. more parameters and reviews. will continue to do so. If a problem
the time, he blamed the action on a Councilman Richard Pearsall should occur, I feel it could nega-
33 percent drop in overnight visits, Special-Use Permit said the LaMontagnes’ business is tively impact the quality of life in
better attention to healthy life- Council turned down a request an asset, but he also couldn’t ig- our neighborhood.”
styles and the declining economy. from Councilman Kris LaMon-
The administrator compared tagne and his wife, Lisa, regarding
the flu season of the past with the a special-use permit. LaMontagne Friday, February 11th from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
effective vaccines of modern times. did not participate in the vote nor
“In olden days, people who are deliberation. The North Street bed Come See What The Excitement
weak and frail would get pneumo- and breakfast owners wanted their
ys! Is All About!!! FO
nia,” he said, noting that now an- permit to transfer with the proper- eawa O
tibiotics are better and outpatient
treatment has expanded.
ty. The couple said they asked for
the change because other busi-
at C.D. Marsh Jewelers
He said local problems that nesses have the permanent status. Onancock, VA
need to be addressed and add to “Since this is not a stipulation Open House featuring all new JewelPops™
the cost of health care include for all businesses in the town …
drug abuse, teen pregnancy and why would it be for this one?” Lisa Just in time for Valentine’s Day!
obesity. Zager is hopeful that LaMontagne asked in a letter to Quality Roses available by Joni
Riverside will get programs to Council. “The application that we formerly Creative Concepts
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He also said it has been a chal- commission and town council was ! Delivery Available ns!
lenge to deal with a 40 percent loss based on zoning and adequate Phone (757) 787-3333 Bal
in Medicare reimbursements. “We parking for guests all related to
need to figure out how to give serv- the property, not the individual. … It’s as
ice for 30 to 40 percent less,” Zager Our request is that we be treated Easy as...
said. “It will require a major in an equitable and fair manner
change.” and in accordance with the town’s 1
“After lengthy study, the board standard practice.”
determined that renovation of the Councilman Fletcher Fosque *Fun *Fashionable
existing 39-year-old hospital said he was torn on the issue since *Flexible *Affordable 2
would be prohibitively expensive, in addition to protecting residents,
and would significantly disturb pa- he wanted to promote good busi-
tient care for an extended period,” ness. He said not all special-use Interchangeable Sterling Silver Jewelry System
Zager is quoted on the Riverside permits go with the property. “The 3
Health System Web site. “As a re- pool hall had to report to the town
sult, the board decided that a every three months. It’s hard for
whole hospital replacement would me to ignore the neighbors,” Fos-
better serve the community. Hospi- que said, noting that he is dissatis-
tal inpatient and directly related fied with the permit process. He w w w. k a m e l e o n j e w e l r y . c o m
JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 5
Complaints Raised About Transfer of MNS School
Story & Photo by Linda Cicoira erty is divided into two parcels.
Political activist George S. Park- One is a five-acre tract of woods
er is at it again. This time he is that is assessed at $24,000. The
questioning the wisdom of Acco- school building sits on another 10
mack officials in giving away Mary acres. That tract is valued at
Nottingham Smith School. $178,000 and the 34,460-square-
The Craddockville resident and foot building is valued at
president of the preservation $2,325,900.
group Save Our Necks (SONS) “It does not appear that any
sent a letter to county supervisors, legally binding assurances have
County Administrator Steve Miner been made to the taxpayers of Ac-
and County Attorney Mark Taylor comack County by the alumni
last week after the board of super- group,” Parker wrote. “The use of
visors voted to move ahead with the county attorney as legal repre-
plans to give the school alumni as- sentative and agent for such an
sociation the abandoned school. undefined entity in the legal for-
The alumni group plans to open mation of some form of charitable
a cultural enrichment center organization … would seem to be wrote. “If the planning commis- for himself and Miner. “I am not
there. Neighbors, who opposed the an inappropriate and possibly ille- sion, in accordance with the Com- acting as legal representative for
school being turned into an apart- gal use of taxpayer funds.” prehensive Land Use Plan, paid the alumni association, nor am I
ment complex, were happy with Parker wrote, “Such charitable for by taxpayer dollars, has re- acting as their agent, and I have
the outcome. organization does not now exist, viewed the proposed use, change in taken no action in this matter in
In a letter dated Jan. 21, Parker has no organizing documents and zoning, or request for special use any capacity other than as coun-
wrote, “The arbitrary conveyance no legal identity.” permit, heard it at an advertised sel to the Board of Supervisors,”
of the Smith School property to an “Whatever the ultimate disposi- public hearing and found it in ac- he said.
undefined entity without appropri- tion of this property, there is a cordance with the plan, please cite “Some specifics regarding this
ate public hearing, review by the specified legal process to be fol- the date and time when this oc- transaction are undetermined at
planning commission, a develop- lowed to evaluate and determine curred and direct me to where that the moment — such as a closing
ment agreement, restrictions on the highest and best use to the tax- record is kept.” date — because we (Taylor and
alternative uses, impairments to payers of Accomack County,” Park- “If a public hearing was adver- Miner who were authorized to act)
future sale, prohibition against re- er wrote. “It is the taxpayers, not tised and conducted in accordance are awaiting information from At-
version of ownership, request for the Board of Supervisors nor the with the requirements of the appli- torney Bob Turner who repre-
proposals or appraisal appears to county administration, who now cable statute and substantive com- sents” the alumni group.
be contrary to a number of own the school. The random deter- ment was offered, please cite the "State law calls for a public
statutes of the Commonwealth.” mination by the board that a $2.5 date and time when this occurred hearing to be held on the disposi-
“The conveyance of such proper- million asset now has no value and and direct me to where that record tion of public property — and a
ty without a full and proper ap- should be instantly given away is kept,” Parker continued. public hearing was advertised in
praisal of both the value of the as- without formal cost or sales analy- “These concerns and requests accordance with law and held on
set, the value net of any liabilities sis is, at a minimum, irresponsible, are made without regard to the ul- January 5, 2011, regarding the
and consideration of the relative however anecdotal or legitimate timate use or users of the school disposal of the Mary N. Smith
property tax revenue would also the fear of asbestos liability.” and in no way judge the merits of property,” answered Taylor. “Like
appear to be a breach of fiduciary “If there is a public document or the discussion, the willingness or all meetings of the Board of Su-
responsibility to the taxpayers,” record of financial analysis of the financial capacity of members of pervisors, records of the meeting
Parker continued. merits or demerits of ownership of the community to undertake such are available in the county ad-
County Assessor Brent Hurdle the school, I respectfully request a project nor the emotional attach- ministrator’s office and stream-
said Monday that the school prop- that you direct me to it,” Parker ment that many county residents ing audio of the hearing is acces-
have for the property,” he added. sible via a link on Accomack
Accomack supervisors unani- County’s website.”
Delmarva mously agreed to three motions “State law also expressly au-
Construction Co., Inc. last week in relation to the school.
They agreed to accept title to the
thorizes the donation or gift of
property to a qualified entity,” Tay-
• All types of demolition - industrial or residential property, which was recently de- lor continued. “We are awaiting
• Lot clearing • Pile driving clared surplus and offered to them documentation from Mr. Turner
• General site work • Shoreline bulkhead by the school system. They unani- demonstrating the alumni associa-
• Concrete removal • All types of excavation mously decided against trans- tion’s qualification to receive a do-
• Hauling • Ditching forming the property into more nation or gift of property from the
• Equipment rental • Ponds than 90 apartments for low-come Board of Supervisors.”
Subs for Asbestos & Lead Abatement residents as proposed by the Mark Parker previously criticized tax
Licensed, Bonded & Insured Dana Corporation. And they au- collection practices in Accomack
Free Estimates • Lowest Prices Guaranteed thorized Miner to execute docu- County. After weeks of studying a
David H. Elliott ments that turn the property over sampling of properties in 2009, he
757-665-4420 • 443-614-5491 to the association. said millions of dollars were lost
302-875-5432 • 302-875-9392 Fax Taylor responded to the letter due to lax tax policies.
6 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JANUARY 28, 2011
and maliciously shooting at an oc- pended.
Court & Police Postings cupied dwelling. Sentencing was
deferred pending completion of a
•Angel Perez, 32, of Onancock
•Ryan Bonniwell, 27, of Painter
was sentenced for burglary and
grand larceny to 10 years in prison,
with seven years suspended.
Accomack Circuit Court Machipongo was convicted of was convicted of leaving the scene •Penny Jubilee, 41, of Tasley
An 18-year-old Accomack man grand larceny and sentenced to 12 of an accident and sentenced to was sentenced for welfare fraud to
has been sentenced to 10 years in months in jail, with half the term five years in prison, with all but three years, with all but 30 days
prison. suspended. six months suspended. suspended.
Commonwealth’s Attorney Gary •Linda Estelle, 48, of Ocean City, •Jessica Boggs, 27, of Accomac •Randall Moricle, 18, of Assa-
R. Agar said Evren Crippen of N.J., was convicted of abuse/neglect was sentenced for welfare fraud to woman got 90 days for grand larce-
Hallwood was given the term in Ac- of a child. She was sentenced to five three years, with all but 30 days ny, with all but 27 days suspended.
comack Circuit Court for posses- years in prison, with all but four suspended. •Edward Trader Jr., 29, of New
sion of a firearm by a felon and ma- months suspended. •Maurice Bivens, 27, of Temper- Church was sentenced for credit-
liciously shooting at an occupied •George Gaskill Jr., 46, of Onley anceville was given a seven-year card larceny and obstruction of
vehicle. Court records show the in- was convicted of unauthorized use suspended sentence for burglary, justice to five years, with all but
cident occurred in November 2008. of a vehicle. A presentence report passing a bad check, and two seven months suspended.
In other cases: was ordered. counts of forgery.
•Leander Roberts, 35, of Acco- •Gilbert Werner, 33, of Chinco- •Samuel Pettit Jr., 38, of …………………………
mac was sentenced to two years in teague was convicted of passing a Mappsville was sentenced for ob-
prison for drug and related crimes. bad check, grand larceny and taining money by false pretenses Northampton Circuit Court
He was convicted of possession unauthorized use of a vehicle. Sen- to 10 years in prison, with seven Terry M. Parker, 52, of Sel-
with intent to distribute cocaine, tencing was deferred pending com- years suspended. byville, Del., pleaded guilty Mon-
possession of a firearm, possession pletion of a presentence report. •Heath Edwards, 43, of Temple, day in Northampton Circuit Court
of a concealed weapon, misde- •Sidney Cottman, 34, of Eden, Pa., was sentenced for malicious to possession of a gun by a convict-
meanor eluding and possession of Md., was convicted of armed bur- maiming to 10 years, with 8 years ed felon. Commonwealth’s Attor-
marijuana. Roberts was sentenced glary, robbery and use of a firearm. suspended. ney Bruce Jones said a presen-
to a total of 11 years, six months A presentence report was ordered. •Steven Loughrey, 21, of Chin- tence report was ordered.
and 30 days, with all but the two •Devric Hinmon, 25, of Temper- coteague was sentenced for grand
years suspended. anceville was convicted of attempt- larceny and petty larceny to five …………………………
•Shecoira Bagwell, 34, of ed burglary, property destruction years, with all but 35 days sus-
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JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 7
By Sen. Ralph Northam effort to ensure that children in Virginia Marine Resources Com-
help find a way to fund desperate-
ly needed transportation projects
in Hampton Roads, and am hope-
ful that we can work together on
public schools are getting daily mission, which oversees all other both immediate and long-term so-
s we physical education. saltwater fish species in Virginia. lutions to our transportation crisis.
near Childhood obesity is an epidem- This is a common-sense piece of In closing, I would like to say
the ic in Virginia and across the Unit- legislation, with bipartisan sup- how much I appreciate hearing
end of the ed States, with nearly one-third of port, which will ensure a well- from all of you during session. I
first full all young people overweight or managed fishery benefitting all re- have received numerous, phone
week of the obese. For adults, that figure rises source users. calls, e-mails, and letters, and
General As- to nearly two-thirds. In the face of In addition to my legislation, I learning how my constituents feel
sembly ses- this problem, however, only 9 per- am working closely with my col- about the issues helps me do my
sion, the cent of Virginia elementary schools leagues on the Senate Finance job better. Please feel free to con-
work of offer daily PE (physical education). Committee as they craft amend- tact my office, or come visit in
committees and subcommittees Our bill requires daily PE, and a ments to the biennial budget Richmond. My office phone num-
considering legislation is in full total of at least 150 minutes of PE passed last year. ber in the General Assembly build-
swing. I have been fortunate per week, for children in kinder- I also am considering the plan ing is (804)698-7506, and my e-mail
enough for several of my bills to ad- garten through eighth grade. that Gov. McDonnell has released is Senator@RalphNortham.com
vance, including SB 966, which Another bill I am working on, regarding funding for transporta- If I am not available, my legisla-
passed out of the Senate Commit- SB765, faces a tough battle again tion. The governor has put forth a tive assistant, Matt Strickler, will
tee on Education and Health. This this year. The bill would transfer number of ideas, and I am carefully be happy to help. Please do not
bill, which is also being championed authority to implement fishery reviewing each proposal. While I do hesitate to call or e-mail, and if you
by Del. John O’Bannon (a Republi- management plans for menhaden not support all that I have seen thus are in Richmond, please feel free to
can from Henrico), is a bipartisan from the General Assembly to the far, I applaud him for working to stop by and say hello.
By Del. for corporate income tax to a market-based source tant that I hear from the people that I repre-
Lynwood Lewis determination. This will affect out-of-state corpo- sent. Please do not hesitate to contact me while
rations providing services in the commonwealth. I am in Richmond at (804)698-1000 or by e-
s of Friday, Jan. Adopted now by many other states and recom- mail at DelLLewis@house.virginia.gov or by
21, the deadline mended by our Joint Legislative Audit and Re- mail at Del. Lynwood Lewis, P.O. Box 406, Rich-
for filing all pieces view Committee (JLARC), this should result in an mond, VA 23218.
of legislation for the 2011 additional $200 million per year in annual rev-
Virginia General Assem- enue which will be devoted to the highway
bly, I had filed 13 bills. maintenance and operating fund.
Among them are bills I also have co-patroned with Del. Sal
to maintain permanent- Iaquinto of Virginia Beach a bill which will
ly the sales and use tax exemption for commer- give localities the authority to refund or
cial space flight activity at Wallops, to require abate a portion of the Business and Profes-
Virginia to use zero-based budgeting beginning sional Occupation License tax (BPOL) for
with budget 2013, to require that any product la- new businesses as an economic develop-
beled as Chesapeake Bay crabmeat be substan- ment incentive measure.
tially comprised of Chesapeake Bay crabs, to en- As of Friday, Jan. 21 at 3 p.m., 1133
able the County of Accomack to impose a tran- bills were filed in the Virginia House of
sient-occupancy tax; and to allow farmers who Delegates Clerk’s office for consideration
are unable to use tax credits for best-manage- by the 2011 Virginia General Assembly;
ment practices to sell those tax credits. 738 bills have also been filed with the Vir-
In addition, I have a filed a bill that is already ginia Senate.
making its way through the legislature which The work has really begun in earnest
would somewhat address and alleviate the prob- with 7 a.m. committee meetings here in the
lem several of our Eastern Shore towns faced af- Capitol. By the time this is published, I will
ter our May town elections when several town have appeared before a House of Delegates
councilmen were unable to be sworn in by the Appropriations Committee sub-committee
July 1 deadline, thereby requiring special elec- on my budget amendment for restoring
tions. My legislation, which is the result of a com- funding for the Circuit Court judgeship on
promise, would result in successful candidates the Eastern Shore. This is a very important
who inadvertently do not get sworn in not trig- issue to the Shore and I am hopeful that the
gering a special election to fill the office. merits of our need are apparent. It will be
In addition, I am serving as co-patron of sever- some time before this issue plays out, par-
al other pieces of legislation, including a bill by ticularly with so many other judgeships 132 Market St.
Del. Dave Albo which hopefully will result in having not being funded. Historic Downtown Pocomoke City, MD 21851
some additional funds for transportation by im- I will be in Richmond until Saturday, (Behind Classic Collections - side door on Clark St.)
proving our corporate tax code and changing the Feb. 25, when the General Assembly is Wednesday-Saturday 11AM-6 PM Sunday 1-5 PM
manner in which the sales factor is determined scheduled to adjourn at noon. It is impor-
8 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JANUARY 28, 2011
Community Notes Upcoming Habitat for Humanity Housing
The Town of On-
ley is looking for Town Meetings Applications Available
someone to take a TUESDAY, FEB. 1 Habitat for Humanity is begin- teria: family size, need, stability, fi-
seat on its council. Onley •Cape Charles Planning ning this year’s process for apply- nancial responsibility, and willing-
Mayor Billye D. Commission - 6 p.m., Council ing for home ownership. Two fami- ness to contribute 350 hours of
Custis said the panel ac- Chambers lies will be selected. “sweat equity” work on houses pri-
cepted the resignation of The houses will be completed or to taking possession of a home.
Councilman Billy Ferguson last •Wachapreague Town Coun- within the next year by local Habi- The application process begins
Thursday night. cil - 7:30 p.m., Town Office tat volunteers and visiting work with a visit, call or letter to the office
Anyone interested in the posi- groups originating from churches, with your name, mailing address,
tion should submit a letter of inter- THURSDAY, OCT. 3 high schools, and colleges in neigh- and phone number. The office, locat-
est at the town office by January •Hallwood - 6:30 p.m., Town boring states. ed at 12143 Bank Avenue in Ex-
28. Custis said the council would Office Habitat is a non-profit, ecumeni- more, is open from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
select a candidate to do the job un- cal action group that works in part- daily. Mail written requests to P.O.
til a special election can be held, nership with God to build simple Box 1299, Exmore, VA 23350. Mes-
probably in November.
Fire Destroys and affordable houses for families
on the Eastern Shore. The houses
sages may be left at 442-4687. Be
sure to include name, phone number,
Community Notes are sold interest-free to selected and address in any communication.
Mobile Home families who do not otherwise qual-
ify for conventional mortgages.
If leaving a phone message, repeat
the information a second time.
can be faxed to the Eastern By Linda Cicoira Potential Habitat homeowners Open enrollment to the applica-
Fire destroyed a single-wide are evaluated against several cri- tion process ends Feb. 14.
Shore Post trailer on Shirley Drive in Parksley
Tuesday and left a man and his dog
at 789-7681 or e-mailed to homeless.
Assistant Chief Wayne Marshall
Site Chosen for New
of Parksley Volunteer Fire Depart-
firstname.lastname@example.org ment said the incident was report-
ed at about 2:20 p.m. About 20 fire-
Atlantic Medical Center
fighters from Parksley, Bloxom, Eastern Shore Rural Health medical care, the Atlantic center
Tasley and Onancock responded. System has purchased 14 acres in will offer dental services to all peo-
Marshall said heavy smoke was New Church for the site of a new ple. Our goal is to work toward a pa-
coming out of the structure when 20,000-square-foot building to tient-centered medical home with
firefighters arrived. The blaze was house its Atlantic Community access to all-inclusive health care.”
26507 Lankford Hwy. contained to the kitchen, but there Health Center. The site is located "The Eastern Shore Rural
Cape Charles was smoke damage throughout the on the east side of Lankford High- Health board is delighted to be
email: email@example.com trailer. Marshall said it is believed way, two miles north of the inter- moving forward with a new facil-
757-331-1541 the fire started in a toaster. It took section with Chincoteague Road ity in New Church," said board
Loyal Locals Dinner Menu about 15 to 20 minutes to control (State Route 175). President Denise Bland. “The
Jan. 29 - Feb. 4, 2011 the blaze. “The new center will increase new building truly helps us pur-
Saturday A spokesperson from the Ameri- both access to health care and the sue our mission of quality health
Marinated Grilled Flank Steak $1399 can Red Cross said the trailer was number of services provided for care for all.”
Broiled or Fried Seafood Combo: the home of Harry Betz, a local northern Accomack County resi-
Shrimp & Scallops $1499 minister. He is staying with family dents by increasing the capacity of
Sunday (Lunch) and friends and the Red Cross is the Atlantic center,” said ESRHS Eastern Shore Office
3 PC Fried Chicken $699 assisting him with other needs. CEO Nancy Stern. “In addition to
Baked 1/2 Chicken Oregano $799 of
(Dinner): Pot Roast & Veggies $8 99
Monday is Italian Night
Veal Parmesan $899
MORNING LIGHT JEWELRY Scott Rigell
Tuesday is here to stay!
Hot Turkey Sandwich $699
Charbroiled Beef Liver $799 P.O. Box 447
Thursday STOREWIDE 60% OFF SALE 23386 Front St.
Grilled or Fried Pork Chops $1099
Friday JAN. 28TH - FEB. 2ND Accomac, VA 23301
Broiled Sea Trout $1199 757-789-5172
Chicken & Dumplings w/2 Sides 757-787-2217 757-789-5175 fax
(Salad add $1) $699
CALL STINGRAY’S FOR PARTY PLATTERS
Four Corner Plaza near Peebles
FOR SUPER BOWL SUNDAY- FEBRUARY 6 Sylvia.Parks@mail.house.gov
JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 9
Mile POSTS Tonya Young, Local Students
LaKeita Bell Make Earn JMU Honors
MARRIAGES ODU Dean’s List Caleigh Simpkins of Onancock
has been named to the President’s
Tonya N. Young, daughter of Au- List for the fall 2010 semester at
A drey M. Young of Modest Town;
James Madison University.
Named to the Dean’s List were
Erin Ayres of Bloxom, Malissa Wat-
terson of Exmore, Emily White of
Sacha Bell and Greenbackville, Megan Goard of
Kente Reid and Hallwood, Andrew Midkiff of Melfa,
granddaughter anf Kerri Tracy of Quinby;
of the late Faye To qualify for the President’s
Bell and Brue List, a student must carry a semes-
Tull, were ter course load of 12 graded credit
named to the Dean’s List for the hours or more and earn a GPA of
fall semester at
SPCA Volunteers Honored 3.900 or above.
Old Dominion Eastern Shore SPCA president To qualify for the Dean’s List, a
University. Maureen Lawrence (center) re- student must carry a semester
Young is a Hu- cently honored SPCA junior course load of 12 graded credit
man Services volunteers Carly Nottingham hours or more and earn a GPA of
Amy Bull Named major in the Col- (left) and Marie Williams for 3.500 to 3.899.
Bell lege of Educa- their dedication to helping
to Rural Health Post tion. Bell has a shelter animals at the SPCA.
Milepost items can be
Amy G. Bull double major of criminal justice Also honored but not present
has been named and sociology, with a concentration was Chelsea Defrees. These faxed to the Eastern
director of devel- in child welfare/counseling. young women worked several
opment for East- To make the Dean’s List, stu- fundraisers in 2010. Shore Post at 789-7681
ern Shore Rural dents must be enrolled full-time and or e-mailed to
Health Services have a grade-point average of 3.4 or
to lead fund-rais- higher, with no grade below C. firstname.lastname@example.org
ing and market-
ing efforts. Bull
Bull will focus 2 Named to Bay
on identifying and obtaining funds
for ESRHS and developing public Advisory Council •a son, born to Dieudonne
relations activities. Gov. Bob McDonnell has named Joseph and Jean Ineus of Accomac
Bull is employed by ESRHS as a Tangier Mayor James Eskridge Jan. 15 Smith Island Cakes
contractor. and Northampton County Supervi- •a son, born to Shaneka Dick-
Bull has a marketing, communi- sor Laurence J. Trala to the Local erson and Keith Neal of Call about our special
cations and community develop- Government Advisory Committee Mappsville Jan. 17
ment background, in addition to to the Chesapeake Executive Valentines Dinner
experience in grant writing and Council.
administration. She most recently
served as executive director of 824-3061 Lunch Specials
Wallops Research Park. Rt. 13 N.
Prior to moving to the Shore, Mappsville Butterfly Shrimp
Bull served as vice president of Providing Waste Prices Effective Monday, January 31
thru Sunday, february 6, 2011
communications for Hampton
Roads Chamber of Commerce and Disposal USDA Choice Boneless
Soup w/bread bowl
as subscriber acquisition manager
Solutions for the Ribeye delmonico steaks $6.99/lb. (soups made daily)
for The Virginian-Pilot. Fresh Value Pack
Bull has a bachelor’s degree in Eastern Shore Chicken drumsticks or thighs 99¢/lb. Fresh flounder
journalism from the University of Gourmet
russet potatoes 88¢/3 lb. bag Breakfast coming SOON!!
North Texas and an MBA from the Asst. Flavors
College of William & Mary. She is Shurfine Soda 4/$5 Try Our Special
accredited in public relations USDA Choice Fresh
(APR) by the national Public Rela- boneless chuck roast $2.99/lb. Cream of Crab Soup
tions Society of America. Boneless Center Cut Pork Roast or
We Care for the Shore value pack chops $3.79/lb. Cakes Served
Bull will continue to manage
Shurfine Deli Gourmet at Mallard’s &
critical Wallops Research Park
swiss Cheese $3.99/lb. the Island House
tasks on behalf of Accomack Coun-
Oven-roasted chicken breast $3.99/lb. Tasley 789-3686
ty until a replacement is named.
10 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JANUARY 28, 2011
www.williamsfuneralhomes.com Annis of Cedar Grove and Norma
Arrangements were made by A. Short of Guilford; brother, Clif-
Williams-Parksley Funeral Home. ford Annis of New York; grandchil-
dren, Michael Phillips (and wife,
Misti), Wendy Coe (and husband,
Harry) and Matthew Ayres; great-
Resident Dies grandchildren, Maegan Phillips
Mr. Robin Mason Mariner, and Isabella Coe; and several
Quinby Native retired from Acme Markets as a
grocery store manager, and then
54, a resident of Shore LifeCare in
Parksley for the past three years,
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were conduct-
Passes Away worked with Williams-Parksley formerly of Painter, passed away ed Sunday, Jan. 23, at Thornton
Mr. Paige Spence, 75, passed Funeral Home for a number of at his residence Thursday, Jan. 20, Funeral Home in Parksley, with
away Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011. years. 2011. Mr. George Fulk officiating.
Born in Quinby, he was the son Mr. Parks was a member of Born in Salisbury, Md., he was a Memorial donations may be
of the late Marion Powell and Grace United Methodist Church in son of Vincent Lang Mariner and made to Guilford United Methodist
Arthur Spence and the brother of Parksley, where he was the longest Carol Mason Mariner of Painter. Church in Bloxom. To express con-
the late Olivia Whaldron from Wye living member. He held many ad- He attended Onancock Baptist dolences or sign the guestbook, vis-
Mills, Md. Mr. Spence had a jovial ministrative and committee posi- Church. it www.thorntonfuneralhome.net
smile and a great sense of humor tions at the church and Methodist Survivors include his wife, Pa-
and never met a stranger. He truly Men. He was a member of the tricia Lankford Mariner; children, Native of Clam
loved his many rabbit dogs and Civilian Conservation Corps dur- Jessie Hastings Mariner of Keller,
planting his large garden every ing the Depression and a 71-year Erica Elaine Latch of Richmond, Passes Away
spring. He worked for Wye Planta- member of Parksley Volunteer Fire Va., and Jorge Chelton Mariner of Mrs. Vina Jane Taylor Byrd,
tion in Queenstown, Md., for over Company, where he was chief for Wachapreague; sister, Michelle 76, wife of Charles D. Byrd of Poco-
30 years and then remained with 19 consecutive years, and held Moses (and husband, Jimmy) of moke City, Md., died Thursday,
Aspen Institute until retirement. many other positions throughout Wachapreague; brothers, Brett Jan. 20, 2011, at her residence.
Mr. Spence is survived by his the years. Mr. Parks was a member Mariner (and wife, Anne Marie) of Born in Clam, she was the
wife, Marie Bowen Spence, whom of Central Lodge 300 AF&AM and Onancock and Vincent Lang daughter of the late William Tea-
he married on Christmas Eve Khedive Shrine Temple and 32nd Mariner III (and wife, Janine) of gle Taylor and Maggie Bell Taylor.
1954; his children and spouses, Bri- Degree Scottish Rite Bodies, a for- Painter; sister-in-law, Jennifer Funeral services will be private.
an and Kay Spence of Cordova, mer member of Parksley Lodge Mariner of Lynchburg, Va.; and nu- To express your condolences or
Md., Craig and Brenda Spence of 325 AF&AM, a longtime member merous nieces and nephews. Mr. sign the guest book online, visit
Chestertown, Md., and Lorrie and of Parksley Town Council and sev- Mariner was predeceased by a www.thorntonfuneralhome.net
Ralph Twilley of Centreville, Md.; eral other community and civic or- brother, Eric Mariner. Arrangements were made by
grandchildren, Tiffany Palmatary, ganizations, and had received his A memorial service was con- Thornton Funeral Home, Parksley.
Craig Ryan Spence, Blare Spence, 50-year pin as a mason. ducted from the chapel of
Amy Kellum, Emily Spence, Dustin Mr. Parks was predeceased by Williams-Onancock Funeral Home Former Laundromat
Greenwood and Tylar Spence; and his wife, Elizabeth Parks; a sister, Monday, Jan. 24, by his uncle, Rev.
four great-grandchildren. Geraldine Givans; and three broth- Kirk Mariner. Manager Dies
Memorial services were held ers, Jasper Parks, Toby Parks, and Memorial donations may be Alice Carpenter Crumb, 94,
Monday, Jan. 10, at Ye Mill United William Parks. Survivors include made to the charity of one’s choice. formerly of Cape Charles, died Fri-
Methodist Church in Wye Mills. his sons, Ron Parks of Union, S.C., Memory tributes may be shared at day, Jan. 21, 2011, in Nassawadox.
Memorial donations may be and Carter Parks (and wife, Karla) www.williamsfuneralhomes.com Born in Eastville, she was the
made to Queenstown Volunteer of Parksley; brother, Emory Parks daughter of the late Henry Adrian
Fire Dept., P.O. Box 118, Queen- of Independence, Mo.; grandchil- Gregg-Harriet and Frances Louise Carpenter.
stown, MD 21658; or Wye Mills dren, Bryson Parks, Lindsey An- She managed Bagwell Laundro-
United Methodist Church, P.O. drews (and husband, Chris), Annie Retiree Dies mat in Cape Charles for 20 years
Box 121, Wye Mills, MD 21679. Parks, and John Carter Parks (and Mr. Milton Harrison Annis, and was a member of Trinity Unit-
wife, Lisa); great-grandson, An- 82, of Clam passed away Thursday, ed Methodist Church.
71-Year-Member drew Colona; and numerous nieces Jan. 20, 2011, at his residence. She is survived by her daughter,
and nephews. Born in Guilford, he was the Nanette C. Newell (and husband,
of PVFC Dies Funeral services with Fireman’s son of the late Major Annis and Luis) of Tucson, Ariz.; grandchil-
Mr. C. Braxton Parks, 94, a Rites were conducted from Grace Maude Taylor Annis. He worked dren, Connie Burdett and Luis
longtime resident of Parksley, United Methodist Church Sunday, as the plant manager for Gregg- Steven Newell; and six great-
passed away Thursday, Jan. 20, Jan. 23, by Rev. Tommy Thompson Harriet Shirt Company in Ex- grandchildren.
2011, at River- and Rev. G. Wayne Parsley. Inter- more. Mr. Annis was a member of Funeral services were conduct-
side Shore Memo- ment was in Parksley Cemetery, the former Nelsonia Moose Lodge ed Monday, Jan. 24, at Fox and
rial Hospital in followed by a reception in the Ban- and Onancock Elks Lodge 1776 in James Funeral Home in Eastville
Nassawadox. quet Hall of Parksley Volunteer Accomac. by Rev. Jack Pruitt and Mr. Kem-
Born in Fox Fire Company. Mr. Annis is survived by his mie Dize. Interment was in Cape
Grove, Parksley, Memorial donations may be wife, Rose Mears Annis; daugh- Charles Cemetery.
he was a son of made to Parksley Volunteer Fire ters, Mickey Wright (and husband, Memorial donations may be
the late Carroll Company, P.O. Box 14, Parksley, Ralph) of Eastman, Ga., and Vi- made to Riverside Shore Cancer
and Carrie Hart VA 23421. Memory tributes may vian Phillips of Bloxom; son, M.H. Center, P.O. Box 802, Nassawadox,
Parks. Mr. Parks Mr. Parks be shared with the family at Annis Jr. of Clam; sisters, Hallie V. VA 23413.
JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 11
Monthly Church Bulletin
Holiness Church in Onancock. The menu will include parmesan
chicken, party potatoes, green
✝ The Eastern Shore Confer- beans, rolls, assorted dessert, and
Friday, Jan. 28-Sunday, Jan. 30
✝ Men at War will be featured ence of Baptist Clergy will meet at tea or coffee. Entertainment will be
at 7 p.m. at Mt. Zion Holiness 9 a.m. at Mt. Olive Baptist provided by the Horntown Charge
✝ Winter Revival 2011, hosted Church in Jenkins Bridge. For Male Chorus of Dees Chapel United
Church in Onancock.
by The House of Prayer United
more information call, 665-6979. Methodist Church, Friendship Unit-
Methodist Church, at Adams
ed Methodist Church and St. Mark
United Methodist Church, and Sunday, Feb. 6
Sunday, Feb. 13 United Methodist Church. The sug-
Metropolitan United Metho- ✝ A Super Bowl Sunday meal of ✝ A Birthday Buffet will be held gested donation is $10.
dist Church. Call 894-0880 for homemade soups, chili, biscuits
at Metropolitan United Metho-
details. and cornbread will be served after
dist Church in Onancock after Saturday, Feb. 19
morning service at Adams Unit-
morning service with Rev. Carl ✝ The District Fellowship Lun-
Saturday, Jan. 29 ed Methodist Church in Park-
Perez for a $5 donation. Attendees cheon will be held from 11:30 a.m.
✝ Horntown Baptist Church sley for a donation of $3. The event
are asked to bring a covered dish. to 1 p.m. at Adams United
will present and “Old Fashioned” is sponsored by church youth. Pro-
Methodist Church in Parksley.
Hymn Sing at 7 p.m. Special ceeds will go to the Foodbank.
✝ A Pew Rally will be held at 9 The speaker will be Susan Kilmon.
guests will be Second Chance, Don
a.m. at Adams United Metho- Admission is $7.
Bailey and Kindred Spirits. Light Tuesday, Feb. 8
dist Church in Parksley.
refreshments will be served. ✝ Naomi Makemie Presby- Sunday, Feb. 20
terian Church in Onancock in-
✝ A Pastoral Anniversary Ser- ✝ A meeting of PEP (People En-
Sunday, Jan. 30 vites everyone to its monthly
vice will be held at 5 p.m. at Mt. joying People) will be held from
✝ Mt. Nebo Baptist Church in movie, “The Goodbye Girl,” at
Zion Holiness Church in 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Metropoli-
Onancock will present Women of noon. Attendees are asked to bring
Onancock. tan United Methodist Church
the Bible with women from various a sandwich. Dessert will be served,
churches. Local soloists will per- followed by the movie. For more in-
Friday, Feb. 18
form. Morning service begins at 11. formation, call 787-7600.
✝ The Accomack Interfaith Crisis Sunday, Feb. 27
Council will host a fund-raising din- ✝ Ladies in Red will be celebrat-
Saturday, Feb. 5 Saturday, Feb. 12
ner at Downings United Meth- ed at 3 p.m. at Adams United
✝ St. James Episcopal ✝ A Pre-Anniversary Service odist Church in Oak Hall at 6 p.m. Methodist Church in Parksley.
Church in Accomac will hold a will be held at 6 p.m. at Mt. Zion
Groundhog’s Day indoor yard sale
in the parish house from 8 a.m. to
noon. There will be baked goods, HERITAGE ACRES VI
soup, housewares, artwork, cloth- APARTMENTS
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in Wattsville. It will feature the Free Parking • Central Heat and Air
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mar, Del., Singing Disciples of Mini-Blinds in each Apartment
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sley, Hallelujah Gospel Singers of With Internet Access
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12 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JANUARY 28, 2011
Everything’s better Licenses Issued
with sunshine. •Calvin Lee Sturgis II, 32,
and Lori Ann Long, 24, both
•Keith Aaron Grinage, 37, of
Oak Hall and Deborah Ann
Schoolfield, 35, of Hallwood
•Cody Andrew Metcalf, 24, of
Chincoteague and Tricia Lea
Kerrick, 26, of Pocomoke, Md.
•Michael Anthony Goode-
nough, 51, and Ronna Lyn
Baluran Capon, 20, both of
•Lee Allen Walker, 28, and
Jessica Marie West, 18, both
Property of Pungoteague
Transactions Marsh Island
•From Belote & Family Co., LLC •From Mercedes Wharton
To Carole & Joseph Peirson To County of Accomack and
Property near Dalby’s Commonwealth of Virginia
When the sun shines in on government in Virginia, freedom ﬂourishes. For $400,000 Portions of 2 parcels in
•From Betty & Steven Hrubes Metompkin for improvement
There’s one organization in the state that’s dedicated to making sure that To Thomas & Ann Wilcox of Savage Dr.
records and meetings of local and state government stay open: The Virginia Living Trust For $3,731
Coalition for Open Government. Property near Machipongo •From I. and Carolyn Willey
For $72,500. To Danny and Mary Carwile
We’re average citizens, professional people, librarians, governmental •From Oscar Smith Jr. Lot 138, Village H of Oceanside
To William Tilghman For $40,000
ofﬁcers, journalists, and elected ofﬁcials who believe that sunshine in public Property near Jamesville •From Donald & Brenda Gooss
affairs makes a positive difference for life in the Commonwealth. Come join For $54,000 To William and Kathryn Lellis
•From Barton & Katie Anderson Lot 207, Unit 3, Trails End
us and see just why everything’s better with sunshine. To James & Jocelyn Blanchard For $11,900
619 Monroe Ave., Cape Charles •From Mildred Mason
For $90,000 To Fred Bailey & Lillie Abbott
•From William Prettyman Lot near Parksley
To Samuel and Tonya Tankard For $9,000
Property near Exmore •From Michael McCloughan
For $388,000 and Catherine Wyne
•From Joan Degnan To Bruce Ricci and April Flory
To Michael and Dawn Harris Parcel near Onancock
Lot 911, Sect. 1, Captain’s Cove For $242,500
To join the Virginia Coalition for Open Government, clip and ﬁll out the form For $120,000 •From William & Brenda Phelan
•From Secretary of HUD To Cranston and Pamela Cox
below and mail with your check of $30 to: To Brandon Lamberson Lot 302, Unit 3, Trails End
Attention: Dues, P.O. Box 2576, Williamsburg, VA 23187 New Church parcel For $20,000
For $40,110 •From Shore Land Parker, LLC
•From Larry Layman To Harold and Lena Cline
Name: To Edward Kemble Lot 99, Olde Mill Pointe
Address: Parcel near Bloxom For $27,500
For $27,000 •From Gulfstream Land, LLC
City: State: Zip: •From Dale Coburn To Disaster Medicine
To Wilson and Regina Grier Association, LLC
Phone Number (Optional): Lot 47, Mount Prospect Onancock parcel
Email Address (Optional): For $337,000 For $200,000
•From Michael Garland •From Chincoteague Bay
To join with your credit card, click on the “Join the Coalition” To Stanley Parkes Trails End Association, Inc.
from our website: www.opengovva.org Chincoteague parcel To Panagiotis Marousis
Lot 7, addition to the lands of Lot 26, Unit 3, Trails End
Captain’s Quarters Townhouses, For $7,000
JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 13
FRIDAY ★9 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. - Cardiac
Medication Review - Shore Car- SATURDAY ★8 a.m.-noon -
JAN. 28 dio, Nassawadox - 414-0178 JAN. 29 ket - Downtown
★10:30 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Park, Main St.,
Sage Restaurant, Onley - 442-2474 Chincoteague
★5-7 p.m. - Spaghetti Supper - Parksley Firehouse ★9 a.m. - Zumba Class - sponsored by
Social Hall - 665-5060 Chincoteague YMCA - Senior Center,
★6 p.m. - Celebrate Recovery Group mtg. - Fami- Chincoteague - $5
ly Life Center, Onancock - Simple Meal: $6/person or ★noon - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - Holy
$10/family Trinity Church, Onancock
★7 p.m. - Life Teach Series - Rachel/ Leah ★2 p.m. - Fun & Games at the Library
Covenant Ministries Center - 787-2486 - Cape Charles Memorial Library - 331-
★7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Adventist Community Center, 1300
Exmore ★7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Eastville Vol. Fire Co.
★7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ Episcopal Church, Eastville
★7:30 p.m. - “Originals” Coffee House - ESO, Belle
★8 a.m.- noon - Pan-
Jan. 28 - Feb. 3
Haven - 442-3226
cake Breakfast -
JAN. 30 American Legion
Post 56, Cheriton - $5
★9 a.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - UMC
MONDAY Fellowship House, Chincoteague
★2:30 p.m. - Bingo - Vietnam Veterans’
Bldg., Main St., Onley
JAN. 31 ★9 a.m. - TOPS mtg. - Market
Street UMC, Onancock - 787-
★7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ Episcopal
★9:30-11:30 a.m. - GED class - Head Start, Acco-
★10 a.m. - Bingo - Accomack Sr. Village, Onancock - 787-
mac - 787-1760 TUESDAY 3900
★10:30-11:30 a.m. - Moms In Touch Int’l Prayer
Group mtg. - Cape Charles Baptist Church FEB. 1 ★2-3:30 p.m. - Caregiver Connection - 509 Randolph
Ave., Cape Charles - 787-3310
★7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ E
★4:15 p.m. - TOPS weigh-in (prgm. @ 5) - Belle Haven Presbyterian- 442-3984
★4-6:30 p.m. - Parkinson’s Disease Support
★5:30-7 p.m. - The Lyme Connection - Hospice Bldg., 165 Market St., Suite #3,
Group - Hospice Bldg., 165 Market St., Suite #3,
Onancock - 787-3310
Onancock - 787-3310
★6 p.m. - Rachel Leah Ministries - 787-2486
★6 p.m. - Bingo - Elks Lodge, Tasley
★6 p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA
★6:30 p.m. - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace
★6-10 p.m. - CERT Program - Melfa Firehouse
★6:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Trinity UMC, Cape Charles
★6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC, Melfa
★7 p.m. - Vietnam Veterans’ E.S. Chapter 614 mtg. - Chapter Bldg., 25534
★7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Main St., Onley
WEDNESDAY Accomack mtg. - Sage Restau- ★7 p.m. - Horse Show Assn. mtg. - In Remembrance Farm, Nassawadox -
FEB. 2 rant, Onley
★8 a.m.-noon - Farmers’ Mar-
442-2654 or 787-1845
★7 p.m. - Onancock Business & Civic Assn. mtg. - Naomi Makemie Presby-
ket - Downtown Park, Chincoteague terian Church, Onancock
★9:30-11:30 a.m. - GED Class - Head Start Ctr., Accomac - ★7 p.m. - Narcotics Anonymous mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist, Temperanceville
787-1760 ★7:30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC
★10:30 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Diner, Exmore - ★7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon meeting - Atlantic UMC - 824-5386
442-2474 ★7:30 p.m. - Central Masonic Lodge mtg.
★11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Debedeavon Toastmasters mtg.
- NASA/ Wallops Base - Call Terry at 757-824-1133 for base
access ★11 a.m. - Children’s Story Hour - Public Library,
★noon - AA mtg. - United Methodist Church, Onancock THURSDAY Accomac
★1-2:30 p.m. - Caregiver Connection - Hospice Bldg., 165 ★2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - North. Library, Nas-
Market St., Suite #3, Onancock - 787-3310
FEB. 3 sawadox
★2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - Public Library, Accomac ★2-3:30 p.m. - Caregiver Connection - 509 Randolph
★2 p.m. - E.S. Brain Injury Survivors Exercise & Sup- Ave., Cape Charles - 787-3310
port Group mtg. - Belle Haven- 442-9334 ★5 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Baptist Bible Church, Accomac
★3-4:30 p.m. - Hospice Grief Support Program - Hospice ★6 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Cape Charles Rescue Squad bldg., Cheriton
Bldg., 165 Market St., Suite #3, Onancock - 787-3310 ★6-10 p.m. - CERT Program - Melfa Firehouse
★3:15 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles Memorial ★6:30 p.m. - American Legion Post 101 mtg. - Chapter Bldg., 25534 Main St.,
★7 p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSMH, Nassawadox ★6:30 p.m. - Kiwanis of Chincoteague mtg. - St. Andrew’s Catholic
★7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter Vol. Fire Co., Painter ★6:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Trinity UMC, 109 Plum St., Cape Charles
★6:30- 8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC
★7 p.m. - E.S. Shooting Club mtg. - VA LP Gas, Main St., Exmore - 442-6775
★7 p.m. - Narcotics Anonymous mtg. - Painter Garrisons UMC
SALES UP 42 % IN 2010
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REMEMBER: If we don’t have what you want, we will
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OVER 100 USED CARS AVAILABLE!
Local 1 Owner, Auto, Low Miles Gold, Warranty, Low Miles 24’s - $1,080
Tires and Wheels Dubs Chrome
* Paint Jobs from $695
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DEMO BLOWOUT GREAT PRICES ON OTHER NEW VEHICLES 20” - $1,200 * Any Job Large or Small Sat 8-2
2010 FUSION SE* - Red Candy, 4 Cyl, Auto, 0% Ava s. 2010 FUSION SE* - White Platinum, 4 Cyl., 0% Ama s.
All New 2011 F150s - 6 Available Massiv Crystals
Sunroof, Sunc, Warranty, Reverse Sensor 60 mo
Auto, Sunroof, Sync, Rev. Sensor, Pretty Car! 60
All New 2011 Fiestas - 2 Available 24” - $1,800
* free estimates *
WAS $25,050 . . . SALE PRICE 19,999 WAS $24,955. . . . SALE PRICE 19,969
ail.Loaded 2011 F250s - 2 Available
2010 TAURUS SEL - White Suede, Stone leather, 0% Av s.
2010 FUSION SEL* - Green Metallic, Gray Save
0 mo All New 2011 Edges - 3 Available
V6, Sync, Rev. Sensor, Heated Seats . Leather, V6, Auto, AC, Sony, Moonroof, LOADED! 6
WAS $30,365. . . . SALE PRICE 26,499 WAS $29,730. . . . SALE PRICE 21,839 More on
New 2011 Mustangs - 2 Available the Shore
2010 F150 RCB XL* ** - V8, Auto, AC, 0% Av os. 2010 F150 XL RCB* ** - Red, V8, Auto, AC, 8-5
Longbed, Cruise, CD, Trl. Tow, Ltd. Slip 60 m Longbed, Trailer Tow, Full Warranty
New 2011 Rangers - 2 Available
WAS $23,755 . . . SALE PRICE 18,199 WAS $23,685. . . . SALE PRICE 18,299 New 2011 Tauruses - 2 Available 31066 Lankford Hwy., Keller, VA
+ % il.
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Sunroof, Gray, Auto, AC, Sync, Lots More Avail V6, Auto, Sunroof, Sunc, Class II Trl. Tow
WAS $29,010. . . . SALE PRICE 24,749 WAS $29,400. . . . SALE PRICE 25,462 All New 2011 Explorer - WOW/XLT/Must see Get your vehicle winter GET RID OF THAT FREE TIRE
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1995 or Newer Ford/LM/Competitive Car, Truck or SU Sale Ends 1/31/2011
Most cars and light trucks $1995 W/OIL CHANGE
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Last Week’s Answers
JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 17
Classified Ads, Real Estate Ads, Auctions & Legal Notices
Easter n Shor e Trading POST
Firewood 14X70 1976 DUKE POCOMOKE HOUSE
Help Wanted SEASONED
CHERRY & HICKORY
MOBILE HOME- Only
$50.00. Must Be Moved.
AT 1009 MARKET ST.
FOR SALE- 4 bed-
rooms, 2 full baths. Oil
Rentals - Houses
A T T E N T I O N
RENTERS- Let Clayton
Call 678-2566 (cell) or heat, hardwood floors Homes show you the
LAND/HOME packages throughout. Large lot
The County of Northampton is accepting employ- 442-3576 (home). available in MD, DE and path to home ownership.
ment applications for: with 2 story, 2 car garage. 302-846-9100
on the Eastern Shore of Nice neighbors. Owner
Correctional Officer Misc. - For Sale VA. Call for details. 302-
will help with closing BIRDSNEST AREA -
cost. $142,500. Call 3BR, 2BA, W/D hook-up,
16 BANQUET 4 1 0 - 7 2 6 - 1 9 9 5 , nice neighborhood. Sec. 8
Northampton County’s Regional Jail is seeking a CHROME CHAIRS - 1ST TIME Home buyers
certified law enforcement officer for the position of program available. Call email@example.com welcomed. 678-7483,
Blue-grey tweed fabric. leave name and number.
Correctional Officer. Good condition. $80/all. for details. 302-846-9100
Job may require shift work, nights, weekends and
789-3326 or 710-1726. GOVERNMENT LOAN Rentals - Apts. CHERITON AREA -
programs available on 20459 Lankford Hwy. 2
some holidays. TREADMILL - Heavy- EASTVILLE - 1BR, 1BA story, 3BR, 1 1/2 BA.
duty, Barely used, Space new homes. 302-846-9100 apt. for rent. $500/mo. 1st Central A/C & Heat.
Qualifications: over the age of 21 and have obtained saving. Asking $250, paid NEW 3 bed/2 bath home. mo., security & refer- $850/mo. Call 757-331-
high school diploma or GED. $700. 757-665-5138. $250 deposit. Call 302- ences required. Leave a 4203 for an appt.
846-9100 for details. message at 678-5484.
Applications may be obtained from Northampton 4 LT245X75RX16E NANCOCK GARDENS
County’s Regional Jail Office, 5245 The Hornes, PO TIRES - 5000 miles, Mobile Home PARTS for - LR w/wood stove, DA,
Box 1417, Eastville, Va., 23347. $180. 336-3558 sale. We also move NEWTOWNE K, 2BR, new bath, den,
2 SETS CLAM TONGS mobile homes. Dream- POCOMOKE screened porch, hard-
Deadline for applications: February 28, 2011. -Alfred Dise-757-891-2223 land Homes, Rt. 13, Ac- wood flrs, C/A. No prgms.
comac, VA. 787-2823 $800 mo., year lease. 757-
VA. PEELER POT NEW VOGUE PRIMA: Warm, friendly community 710-2292 owner/agent.
LICENSE “Reduced Above-ground pool. 24’ LAYAWAY AVAILABLE for mature adults 60+
Price”. Leave message at round with auto cleaner. FOR YOUR DOWN ONANCOCK - 2BR,
824-3442 Must be moved. $2,950 PAYMENT Central Heat & Air 1BA with living/dining
OBO. 757-709-0409 ATLANTIS HOMES Gathering room & Laundry area. $625 per mo. 1 year
ANTIQUE MERCURY 410-957-2820 inside under one roof. lease and 1 mo. sec. dep.
9.8 HP - ’64 outboard CHINA CLOSET w/3 787-7640.
motor, serial #1613361 in doors. $200 - 1900s blanket PAINTER - ’07 Clayton
good running order. Recent chest w. Floral carved doublewide on 1 acre. 3BR, VERY affordable rents to LAUGH AT YOUR
Hermitage on the 2BA, 1350 sq. ft. $117,000. LANDLORD. FINANC-
Eastern Shore water pump & ready to go. top. $500 - 787-3635 Rent based on income
$395. 789-5141. Owner financing. Larry ING AVAILABLE. FHA
Now Accepting CONTRACTORS’ SPE- @ 302-674-5540. & USDA PROGRAMS
Applications and ’98 WELLCRAFT 21SL CIAL - New pre-hung solid Please call: 800-946-2820
Resumes for Excel. 4.3 190hp Volvo 1/0 two-panel int. doors 3 @ 3/0 RENT TO OWN - Mobile (410) 957-1562
R.N. Nurse engine. Low hours, good x 6/8 & 1 @ 2/6 x 6/8 - All homes starting at $500/mo. EXMORE - 1BR house for
Supervisor condition. VHF, DS, Stereo, R/H. List price $255 - $500 (includes lot rent). New rent. No sec. 8. $485 per
Part Time Trailer. $7,950 - 302-1108 takes all 4. 302-1325 Church Mobile Home mo. + sec. dep. 709-2151.
Must be currently Hartley Hall
ask for John. Boat can be Park - VA 757-824-0315 Senior Housing
licensed in the WILLIAMS DUAL AXLE
seen at East Point.
Heavy Duty Tag-a-Long We pay TOP $ for your in Pocomoke City, Md., Seeking
Virginia as an RN MDS 19’ CRUISE CRAFT - Equipment trailer w/fold- trade in on your new is accepting applications
and Geriatric Call 757-787-3870. down ramps & pintle home. 302-846-0496 for 1 bedroom and effi- Employment
Experience Preferred hitch. Approx. 9 ton gross ciency apartments in an
’77 20’ PENN YAN Boat. Park packages available elderly housing subsi- I am a motivated, hard-
wt. Very good condition. with FREE LOT RENT working 50+ female
Tamara Pruitt, RN, DON Hard top. Tunnel drive. No $2,900 757-442-7268 dized apartment com-
trailer. Needs motor repair. on select models. 302- plex. Possible immediate seeking full- or part-time
Office 757-789-7504 846-9100 employment in FOOD
Fax 757-789-7522 Transmission OK. $1,295 SHORT WAVE RADIO occupancy for successful
or trade. 787-4136 Grunding 800 Millennium applicant. Contact 410- SERVICE. 30+ years
EOE Hassel Free lay away experience from waiting
World Receiver. New. Re- 957-2252 for application
C-HAWK 23, ’97, C/C, I/O, program! Only $250 or visit office at 1006 tables to management.
Nail-Tech & duced to $450. Call Reed down. Call for details!
Volvo Penta - 4.3, V6. Com- 787-8112. Leave msg. Market Street in 757-665-4926.
Hairdresser Needed pass, new radio, antenna, 302-846-9100 Pocomoke City.
Established beauty PFDs, depth finder, ’06 NEW WEDDING GOWN
salon under new owner- Load Rite w. dual wheels. by Jasmine, size 22, $400.
ZERO DOWN, let your
land be your down pay-
ship. Send resume to $13,500. 804-403-3443. Call 787-1920.
P.O. Box 171 ment toward the pur- COIN COLLECTOR
Craddockville, VA 29’ PHOENIX, flybridge, BAYFORD - Oysters, chase of your new home. NASSAWADOX - Deluxe looking for silver & cop-
23341 enclosed, twin Cummins clams, shucked pints or 302-846-9100 2BR, central AC/heat, per coins. Call 757-710-
diesel engines, 250 hrs., live in shell. Call grower w/d, all appliances. 1-year 5768.
TRADE IN YOUR lease, 1-mo. security
outriggers, off-shore ready. at 442-7510. HOME. SIMPSON TREE &
$30,000. Call 757-999-3437. deposit. No pets. Smoke
CHIPPER/SHRED- ATLANTIS HOMES free $650/mo. 757-787- BOBCAT SERVICE -
Boats, Etc. Commercial Space DER - Used only once,
just like new. Consumer
800-946-2820 7640 Tree trimming, removal
and stump grinding.
RENT - lots and mobile 787-2100 or 710-8477.
’91 SEARAY SUNDANCER FOR LEASE 3,950 SQ. Best Buy. Craftsman Mod-
- 28', 10’6” Beam,Twin Mer- FT. RETAIL SPACE - el 247.77638. Gas Briggs
homes at Modestown Accomack Manor FREE ESTIMATES.
Pioneer Court. Newly Specializes in keeping
cruiser I/O 5.0LX Engines; adjoining largest & Stratton Engine. $650. renovated, 2BR, 1BA, HANDYMAN SERVICE:
A/C w/reverse cycle heat, indoor/outdoor flea mar- Call 757-787-4410. W/D hookup, $500/mo. Seniors 55 or older Construction, Remodel-
nice galley, head w/ shower, ket in Md./Va. for 20 yrs. Clean, quiet area. Call Young @ Heart. ing & Repairs. Over 20
sleeps 6, 2 custom canvass- For info., call 410-957-
es, much more. 787-3454 1984 or 443-783-4070 Mobile Homes Carl at 410-262-3070. No car? No problem! years of experience. 757-
USE YOUR TAX Our community offers
1989 23' PRO-LINE
RETAIL SPACE - New
Church/Rt 13 - 1250 sq. RETURN FOR YOUR Real Estate scheduled activities CUSTOM SEWING &
NEW HOME right in your own alterations, clothes, mis-
200hp Johnson, trailer. ft. Most recently used as 1.5-ACRE lots for sale. cellaneous items - Judie
Motor needs work. hair salon. $1100/mo. ATLANTIS HOMES Melfa. $0 down. Owner backyard.
POCOMOKE, MD Gibbs - 442-6836.
Asking $3300. Call 757- Credit check, security dep. financing. Includes well &
387-2053 required - 757-665-6031. 410-957-2820 septic. Call 302-674-5540.
18 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JANUARY 28, 2011
Vehicles - Parts
A COMPLETE REAR AXLE
D RIVEWAY ? As a
ASSEMBLY - low mile-
age, from ’94 F150 pick-
up. $500. Call 757-824-
0309 or 757-894-3952
J UST C ALL
S ITE W ORK S PECIALIST
FORD 4.9 6 CYL. EN-
GINE - $500. 824-0309
JOHN C. MILLER AT 757-665-4026 Wanted
HANDYMAN FOR HIRE BLOXOM ’05 HONDA ELEMENT BOB’S TEXACO in
Parksley. Buying junk
- Quality work, reasonable SELF- STORAGE 1 owner. 125K miles.
rates. Painting, carpentry, First month is free Many extras. $7800. 757- vehicles, large or small.
plumbing & electric. Over
20 years’ experience. In-
’97 CHEVY SILVERA- PAYING CASH Record serving
DO Stepside, 3dr., power FOR JUNK
MARSHALL everything, leather,
ground effects, fiberglass
tonneau cover, beautiful
cond. $5,900 OBO. Call
ISA Certified Arborist CHURCH SELF HELP 710-4835 after 8:30 a.m.
(#MA-3138A) CENTER - MOVING
Licensed & insured
SALE- $5 BAG SALE-
SAT. JAN. 29-
8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
’81 CADILLAC EL DOR-
ADO Diesel. Very good
cond. Low mileage. $4,850.
Now accepting clothes, toys, household Call Rodney 665-4639
appliances, dishes, etc.
WORK - Complete tree
and stump removal. Over
Vehicles - ATVs,
’77 MATADOR STA-
TION WAGON with
antique tags. 442-9333. BUYING
SILVER & GOLD
30 yrs. experience. We are ’97 FLEETWOOD Class C
Motorcycles sterling, class rings,
insured. Free estimates - Loaded, excellent cond.
anywhere on the Shore. $13,500. Call 665-5122. coins,broken jewelry,
’89 HONDA PACIFIC
Phone 757-787-4380 or COAST - good condition, pocket watches, dental
Cell 757-999-4380. ’04 F-350 SUPERCREW gold, diamonds,
26,000 miles. $1,500 - diesel, 4x4, long bed, lift
OBO. Call 757-710-6237. antiques, estates & more
Post is pleased
kit, off-road tires, tinted
Garage Doors windows, billet grille. Call Jerry @
’05 SPORTSTER HAR-
Automatic Openers LEY, 2,000 miles, blue, $17,500. Call 757-710-4144 442-CASH (2274)
Installation, Sales $7,500 negotiable, Excel- ’84 YELLOWSTONE Mon.-Sat. noon-5pm
& Service lent cond. 757-710-9107 Travel-Trailer - excel. cond.
’04 HARLEY FAT BOY
Exhaust, 6,773 miles.
Awning, AC, tub/ shower,
complete kit., sleeps 4, can
be seen on Chincoteague. Picture Your
to offer free
Asking $9,500. Call 757- $2,700. 410-212-0584.
709-9112 or 757-709-4963. ’73 CORVETTE - dark
blue, T-top, low mileage, quotes for your
’06 4-WHEELER 90cc,
Affordable Rates 4-stroke, excellent condi- garage kept, show quality.
$13,000 OBO. 787-9151.
Call 894-3151 tion. $1,200 OBO. Call
’01 YAMAHA R1, 1000cc,
DUMP TRUCK - ’73
Chev. C65, rebuilt legal advertising
REMEMBER LAST runs & looks great. Bright engine. $1,500. 710-8670.
WINTER - Save $ on blue. $4,300. 757-709-2123.
your heating bill. Blown- ’89 JEEP COMANCHE
in insulation using recy-
cled materials now avail-
able for the Eastern
Vehicles - Cars
pick-up. Rare find. 4x4.
Shore. Call 757-710-4889 RVs, Trucks, Vans ’08 CHEVY SILVERADO
and start saving NOW.
’08 P.T. CRUISER 51K
miles. Nice. Was $12,995,
now $9689. Call John 1-
4 dr., crew cab, 5.3 liter en-
gine, 31K miles, excellent
cond. $25,000. 665-5040.
fax your ad to
NANDUA MINI ’01 CHEVY pick-up w/ser-
Rt. 650, Taylor Rd.,
’08 PONTIAC G6 GT
Real Sharp Car.
Chromes. Was $13,995,
vice body. 3⁄4-ton. AC. Good
running condition. $3,500.
Half off 1st month’s rent now $11,995. Call John
1-410-957-1414. ’96 33’ SHASTA Travel-
QUADCAB 1500 35K
Trailer - Interior very nice.
Like new. Loaded. Sleeps
6-8. Priced low. 824-5163
miles. 4.7 Auto. Was
$16,995, now $14,995. ’55 T-BIRD - Restored, red.
For price, call Joe Justice
Call John 1-410-957-
’05 TOYOTA RAV-4
at 336-5107 or 894-2031.
’76 CHEVY IMPALA 2-
dr. sedan. $1,800 firm.
AUT, A.C., P.W., P.L. 73K
442-2263 after 5.
miles. Was $14,495, now
$11,889. Call John 1-410-
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32455 Azalea Road
New Church, Virginia 23415
(County of Accomack)
Legal Advertising In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original prin-
cipal amount of $207,000.00 from George L. Sumner
and Karolyn R. Sumner, husband and wife, dated
August 8, 2006 and recorded in the Clerk’s Office of
the Circuit Court of Accomack County, Virginia in
Instrument No. 200605092; default having occurred
in the payment of the Note thereby secured and at
the request of the holder (SLM Mortgage
TRUSTEE SALE Corporation-VA), of said Note, the undersigned
19348 Rasberry Drive Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auc-
Keller, Virginia 23401 tion at the entrance of the Circuit Court for the
(County of Accomack) County of Accomack, 23316 Courthouse
Avenue, Accomac, Virginia 23301-0126, on
In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $105,000.00, February 11, 2011 at 1:00 o’clock p.m., the prop-
from Howard F. Boynton and Mary L. Boynton, dated December 18, 2006 and erty briefly described in said deed, located at the
recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Accomack County, Virginia above address and briefly described as:
in Instrument No. 200607721; default having occurred in the payment of the
Note thereby secured and at the request of the holder (SLM Mortgage All that certain lot or parcel of land locat-
Corporation-VA), of said Note, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for ed near Coardtown, Atlantic District,
sale at public auction at the entrance of the Circuit Court for the County of Accomack County, Virginia, and designat-
Accomack, 23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, Virginia 23301-0126, on ed as Lot No. 36B on a certain plat entitled
February 11, 2011 at 12:00 o’clock p.m., the property briefly described in said “SUBDIVISION OF LOT 36 ASHLYN, D.B.
deed, located at the above address and briefly described as: 323 P. 312, D.B. 347 P. 467, D.B. 491 P. 315,
Tax Map No.: 112-00-06-00-0024-00 NEAR COARDTOWN, ATLANTIC DIS-
TRICT, ACCOMACK COUNTY, VA.” Dated
TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A deposit of 10% of the sales price, cash or certi- August 21, 2002, and prepared by Global
fied check, will be required at the time of sale with settlement within fifteen Mapping Systems, Inc., which plat is duly
(15) days from the date of sale. (Time is of the essence.) Additional terms may recorded in the Clerk’s Office for the
be announced at the time of sale. PURSUANT TO THE FEDERAL FAIR Circuit Court of Accomack County in Plat
Book 2002, at Page 131, reference to said
All that certain lot or parcel of land containing Sixty Nine plat is hereby made for a more particular
Hundredths Acre, (0.69 A.), and shown as “Lot 24” on a certain description of the herein conveyed prop-
plat entitled “Subdivision of STRAWBERRY HEIGHTS, SEC- erty.
TION III, shown hereon as Lots 14 through 24, Near Keller,
Pungoteague District, Accomack County, Virginia”, dated The herein conveyed property is conveyed
December 28, 2004, and made by James B. Latimer, II & TOGETHER WITH all the buildings, privi-
Associates, L.L.C., which plat is recorded in the Clerk’s Office leges, tenements, hereditaments, appurte-
for the Circuit Court of Accomack County, Virginia, as nances and rights of way thereunto
Instrument #200502983 and reference to said plat is hereby belonging to or anywise appertaining.
made for a more particular description of said lot.
The herein conveyed property is SUB-
LOT 24 is conveyed TOGETHER WITH a Twenty-Foot (20’) ease- JECT TO covenants, restrictions, ease-
ment across the Southern side of LOT 23 and across the ments and rights-of-way duly recorded in
Southern side of LOT 22 to the drainfield on LOT 22 for the ben- said Clerk’s Office in Deed Book 824, at
efit of LOT 24. LOT 24 is also conveyed TOGETHER WITH the Page 582.
right to use, in common with others having a similar right,
“RASPBERRY DRIVE (50’ R/W)”, shown on the above-referenced This conveyance is made expressly SUB-
plat, for ingress and egress from said LOT 24 to Virginia State JECT TO easements, conditions, restric-
Route 60. tions and reservations contained in duly
recorded deeds and plats and other instru-
This conveyance is made expressly SUBJECT TO the easements, ments containing constructive notice in
conditions, restrictions and reservations contained in duly chain of title to the property hereby con-
recorded deeds, plats and other instruments constituting con- veyed which have not expired by limita-
structive notice in the chain of title to the property hereby con- tion of time contained therein or other-
veyed, which have not expired by limitation of time contained wise become ineffective.
therein or otherwise become ineffective, and specifically SUB-
JECT TO the Strawberry Heights- Section III - Declaration of Tax Map No.: 0280003000036B0
Covenants, Conditions, Easements and Restrictions dated
December 6, 2005, which is recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A deposit of 10% of
Office as Instrument No. 200503476. the sales price, cash or certified check, will be
required at the time of sale with settlement within
This conveyance is made subject to all easements, rights of way, fifteen (15) days from the date of sale. (Time is of
and restrictive covenants now of record and affecting subject the essence.) Additional terms may be announced
property. at the time of sale. PURSUANT TO THE FED-
ERAL FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRAC-
DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT, I ADVISE YOU THAT THIS TICES ACT, I ADVISE YOU THAT THIS FIRM
FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT THE IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO
INDEBTEDNESS REFERRED TO HEREIN AND ANY INFORMATION COLLECT THE INDEBTEDNESS REFERRED
WE WILL OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. TO HEREIN AND ANY INFORMATION WE
WILL OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT
L. RICHARD PADGETT, JR., P.C., PURPOSE.
L. RICHARD PADGETT, JR., P.C.,
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE
L. Richard Padgett, Jr., P.C.
521 Boulevard FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
P.O. Box 1098 L. Richard Padgett, Jr., P.C.
Salem, Virginia 24153 521 Boulevard
(540) 389-0102 P.O. Box 1098
Call between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Salem, Virginia 24153
Call between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
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Legal Advertising (cont’d) TRUSTEE SALE
23340 Sand Cove Rd.
Accomac, Virginia 23301
(County of Accomack)
TRUSTEE SALE In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original prin-
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR cipal amount of $40,000.00 (with interest), from
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK 27518 Mt. Nebo Road
Onancock, Virginia 23417 Joyce Metcalf Lewis, dated May 25, 2005 and
(County of Accomack) recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA Accomack County, Virginia in Instrument No.
Plaintiff 200503302; default having occurred in the payment
CIVIL CASE NO. 10-258 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original prin-
cipal amount of $45,050.00 (with interest) from of the Note thereby secured and at the request of
vs. the holder (SLM Mortgage Corporation-VA), of said
Eunice H. Budd, dated June 21, 2004 and recorded
in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Note, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer
BARBARA CUTLER for sale at public auction at the entrance of the
Accomack County, Virginia in Instrument No.
200404282; default having occurred in the payment Circuit Court for the County of Accomack,
The heirs and devisees of 23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, Virginia
VINCENT CUTLER of the Note thereby secured and at the request of
the holder (SLM Mortgage Corporation-VA), of said 23301-0126, on February 11, 2011 at 12:30
Note, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer o’clock p.m., the property briefly described in said
EMILY CUTLER deed, located at the above address and briefly
JEAN F. SHELTON for sale at public auction at the entrance of the
Circuit Court for the County of Accomack, described as:
WANDA C. STURGIS
23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, Virginia All that certain lot or parcel of land, situ-
The great grandchildren of 23301-0126, on February 11, 2011 at 11:30 ate, lying and being in the Town of
ETTA L. CUTLER o’clock a.m., the property briefly described in said Accomac, Accomack County, Virginia,
deed, located at the above address and briefly fronting for a distance of Seventy-Five
BARBARA E. HANARA described as: Feet (75 ft.) on Virginia Highway No. 1507,
A & N ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE All that certain lot or parcel of land situ- formerly known as “sand hole road” lead-
SHORE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. ate near Evans Wharf, Lee District, ing from the main county highway down
Defendants Accomack County, Virginia, and bounded Joynes Neck to the “sand hole”, the said
as follows: On the South by Virginia State lot being designated as “Burleigh S. and
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Route 634, known as Mt. Nebo Road, for a Vonda K. Doughty” on a plat dated
distance of Forty Yards (40 yds.); on the December 26, 1959, by J.B. Gibb, C.L.S.,
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of West by the lands now or formerly of entitled “Plat of Subdivision of the
the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain Francis H. Hart and Patricia A. Hart, his Ruediger Place Located in Accomac,
real estate described as follows: wife, for a distance of Eighty-five Yards (85 Accomack County, Virginia,” which said
yds.); on the North by the lands now or for- plat is now of record in the Clerk’s Office
All that parcel of land in the Village of merly of Francis H. Hart and Patricia A. of the Circuit Court of Accomack County,
Whitesville, near the Town of Parksley, Hart, his wife, for a distance of Forty Yards Virginia, in Plat Book 10, at page 75, the
Accomack County, Virginia, being Lot O and des- (40 yds.); and on the East by the lands now said lot being bounded on the Northeast,
ignated as parcel no. 078A20200000000. or formerly of Edward A. Ames, III and by the land now or formerly of William C.
Elizabeth M. Ames, his wife, for a distance Smith and wife; on the Southeast, by the
standing in the names of Barbara Cutler, also of Eighty-five Yards (85 yds.). aforesaid Virginia Route No. 1507 leading
known as Barbara C. Kamara and Barbara Cutler from the Joynes Neck Road to the “Sand
Kamara, pursuant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code This conveyance is made expressly subject hole”; on the Southwest, by the land of
of Virginia. to all the easements, conditions, Hester Susan Bonaville; and on the
And an affidavit having been filed that due covenants, restrictions and reservations Northwest, for a distance of Seventy-Five
diligence has been used to determine whether contained in duly recorded deeds, plats Feet (75 ft.) by the remaining lands for-
Barbara Cutler and Emily Cutler are living, or if and other instruments constituting con- merly owned by Harry D. Allen, known as
deceased, to ascertain the names and location of all structive notice in the chain of title to the the Ruediger Place and now owned by
of their heirs, devisees and successors in title; that property hereby conveyed, which have not Sarah Allen Peppler and Brooks E. Allen,
due diligence has been used to ascertain the names expired by limitation of time or otherwise together with all buildings, and improve-
and location of all of the heirs, devisees and succes- become ineffectual. ments thereon, and all rights, privileges
sors in title of Vincent Cutler and to ascertain the and appurtenances thereunto belonging,
names and location of the great grandchildren of This conveyance is made subject to all or in anywise appertaining.
Etta L. Cutler; that there are or may be other per- easements, rights of way, and restrictive
sons having an interest in the real estate forming covenants now of record and affecting This conveyance is made subject to all
the subject matter of this suit, whose names and subject property. easements, rights of way, and restrictive
post office addresses are unknown, namely, the covenants now of record and affecting
unknown heirs, devisees and successors in title of subject property.
Barbara Cutler, Emily Cutler, Vincent Cutler; and Tax Map No.: 091-00-A0-00-0091-00
the great grandchildren of Etta L. Cutler. Tax Map No.: 086A2A000002000
It is ORDERED that this Order be published TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A deposit of 10% of
once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern the sales price, cash or certified check, will be
required at the time of sale with settlement within TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A deposit of 10% of
Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap- the sales price, cash or certified check, will be
pear on or before March 14th, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. fifteen (15) days from the date of sale. (Time is of
the essence.) Additional terms may be announced required at the time of sale with settlement within
in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the fifteen (15) days from the date of sale. (Time is of
County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be at the time of sale. PURSUANT TO THE FED-
ERAL FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRAC- the essence.) Additional terms may be announced
necessary to protect their interests in this suit. at the time of sale. PURSUANT TO THE FED-
TICES ACT, I ADVISE YOU THAT THIS FIRM
IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO ERAL FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRAC-
ENTER: This 21st day of January, 2011 TICES ACT, I ADVISE YOU THAT THIS FIRM
Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk COLLECT THE INDEBTEDNESS REFERRED
TO HEREIN AND ANY INFORMATION WE IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO
WILL OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT COLLECT THE INDEBTEDNESS REFERRED
I ask for this: TO HEREIN AND ANY INFORMATION WE
JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q. PURPOSE.
WILL OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT
Attorney at Law PURPOSE.
P.O. Box 1410 L. RICHARD PADGETT, JR., P.C.,
7100 U.S. Route 17 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE
L. RICHARD PADGETT, JR., P.C.,
Yorktown, VA 23692 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE
(757)898-7000 FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
L. Richard Padgett, Jr., P.C.
521 Boulevard FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
P.O. Box 1098 L. Richard Padgett, Jr., P.C.
Salem, Virginia 24153 521 Boulevard
(540) 389-0102 P.O. Box 1098
Call between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Salem, Virginia 24153
Call between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 21
Legal Advertising (cont’d)
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR post office addresses are unknown, namely, the
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK unknown heirs, devisees and successors in title of
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK Bessie Thomas Riley, McKinley Riley and Thomas
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA Riley; that Maggie Mae Riley Reece is a nonresident
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA Plaintiff of the state of Virginia, whose last known post office
Plaintiff CIVIL CASE NO. 09-522 address is R. F. D. 1, Box 213, Ellendale, DE 19941;
CIVIL CASE NO. 09-611 vs. that Harold Phillips is a nonresident of the state of
vs. Virginia, whose last known post office address is
BESSIE THOMAS RILEY #15 Chillum Manor, Washington, DC 20011; that
DOROTHY TULL MCKINLEY RILEY due diligence has been used to ascertain the loca-
ELOISE FLETCHER MAGGIE MAE RILEY REECE tion of Delois Riley Shrieves, whose last known post
DOROTHY ARMSTRONG HAROLD PHILLIPS office address is R. F. D., Onancock, VA 23417; that
THOMAS RILEY Amaziah Rice is a nonresident of the state of
The heirs and devisees of SUSIE RILEY FINNEY Virginia, whose last known post office address is
H. PARKER COPES DELIOS RILEY SHRIEVES 6011 Yokum Street, Philadelphia, PA 19142; that
AMAZIAH RICE Cecil Riley Richardson is a nonresident of the state
A. STEPHEN BOYER CECIL RILEY RICHARDSON of Virginia, whose last known post office address is
ATLANTIC ANESTHESIA, INC. CHARLENE VANESSA RILEY 1013 Lenton Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21212; that
Defendants RONALD E. RILEY Ronald E. Riley is a nonresident of the state of
MYRA R. TAYLOR Virginia, whose last known post office address is
ORDER OF PUBLICATION RACHEL HALL 13304 Arden Way, Apartment 3, Laurel, MD 20708;
MEOSHA BYRD that Myra R. Taylor is a nonresident of the state of
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of PERRY BYRD Virginia, whose last known post office address is
the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain TRAKIA STRATTON 6236 Hard Bargain Circle, Indian Head, MD 20640;
real estate described as follows: HOWARD C. WESSELLS, II, ESQUIRE that Rachel Hall is a nonresident of the state of
SUNTRUST BANK Virginia, whose last known post office address is
All that parcel of land near the Village of COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 3212 Doycron Court, Baltimore, MD 21207; that due
New Church, Atlantic District, Accomack SHORE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
County, Virginia, being 2.00 acres, more or less, Meosha Byrd and Perry Byrd, whose last known
and designated as parcel no. 01200A000003600. Defendants post office address is P.O. Box 858, Parksley, VA
23421; and that Trakia Stratton, also known as
standing in the names of Dorothy Tull and Eloise ORDER OF PUBLICATION Traikeya Stratton, is a nonresident of the state of
Fletcher, also known as E. Fletcher Tull, pursuant Virginia, whose last known post office address is
to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Virginia. The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the 809 Rose Tree Lane, Seaford, DE 19973.
And an affidavit having been filed that due Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real It is ORDERED that this Order be published
diligence has been used to determine whether estate described as follows: once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
Dorothy Tull is living, or if deceased, to ascertain Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
the names and location of all of her heirs, devisees All that parcel of land being 1.00 acre, pear on or before February 14th, 2011, at 1:00 p.m.
and successors in title; that due diligence has been more or less, on Bayside County Road, Lee in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the
used to ascertain the location of all of the heirs, District, Accomack County, Virginia and desig- County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be
devisees and successors in title of H. Parker Copes; nated as parcel no. 076A0A000003600. necessary to protect their interests in this suit.
that there are or may be other persons having an
interest in the real estate forming the subject mat- standing in the name of Maggie Mae Riley Reece, ENTER: This 13th day of January, 2011
ter of this suit, whose names and post office pursuant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
addresses are unknown, namely, the unknown Virginia.
heirs, devisees and successors in title of Dorothy And an affidavit having been filed that due I ask for this:
Tull and H. Parker Copes; that due diligence has diligence has been used to determine whether JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
been used to ascertain the location of Eloise Bessie Thomas Riley, McKinley Riley and Thomas Attorney at Law
Fletcher, whose last known post office address is Riley are living, or if deceased, to ascertain the P.O. Box 1410
P.O. Box 224, Mappsville, VA 23407; and that due names and location of all of her heirs, devisees and 7100 U.S. Route 17
diligence has been used to ascertain the location of successors in title; that there are or may be other Yorktown, VA 23692
Dorothy Armstrong, whose last post office address persons having an interest in the real estate form- (757)898-7000
is unknown. ing the subject matter of this suit, whose names and
It is ORDERED that this Order be published
once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
pear on or before February 14th, 2011, at 1:00 p.m.
in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR standing in the name of Cora Molichia Forde, pur-
County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK suant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Virginia.
necessary to protect their interests in this suit. And an affidavit having been filed that due
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
ENTER: This 13th day of January, 2011 Plaintiff Jutone Hardy, whose last post office address is 1500
Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk CIVIL CASE NO. 10-41 Milati Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23502.
vs. It is ORDERED that this Order be published
I ask for this: once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q. CORA MOLICHIA FORDE Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
Attorney at Law JUTONE HARDY pear on or before March 08th, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. in
P.O. Box 1410 the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the
7100 U.S. Route 17 Defendants County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be
Yorktown, VA 23692 necessary to protect their interests in this suit.
(757)898-7000 ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ENTER: This 18th day of January, 2011
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real
The Town of Hallwood will hold a public meeting estate described as follows: I ask for this:
on February 03, 2011 at 6:30 P.M. to amend the JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
Town of Hallwood Zoning Book to state the correct All that parcel of land in Pungoteague Attorney at Law
Code of Virginia code. The book will be available District, Accomack County, Virginia, being 3.00 P.O. Box 1410
for viewing one hour prior to meeting and and or acres, more or less, and designated as parcel no. 7100 U.S. Route 17
by contacting Angela Taylor at 757-894-3266. 11200A000006300. Yorktown, VA 23692
22 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JANUARY 28, 2011
Legal Advertising (cont’d) VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CIVIL CASE NO. 10-226
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK vs.
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA MARSTON E. NELSON
Plaintiff Plaintiff MARY V. NELSON
CIVIL CASE NO. 09-544 CIVIL CASE NO. 10-38 FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, LLC
The heirs and devisees of EUGENE M. FINNEY
ELIZABETH J. ANDERTON ORDER OF PUBLICATION
RALPH W. RUSSELL The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of
ORDER OF PUBLICATION the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain
Defendant real estate described as follows:
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of
ORDER OF PUBLICATION the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain All that parcel of land on the South side of
real estate described as follows: the public road leading from U.S. Highway 13
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of to the Village of Atlantic, Atlantic District,
the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain All that parcel of land near Messongo, Accomack County, Virginia, designated as
real estate described as follows: Accomack County, Virginia, being 1.25 acres, parcel no. 04200A000000400.
more or less, and designated as parcel no.
All that parcel of land in Messongo Neck, 039A0A000003500. standing in the name of Marston E. Nelson, pur-
being 2.50 acres, more or less, bounded North suant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Virginia.
and West by a Public Road and designated as standing in the name of Eugene M. Finney, pur- And an affidavit having been filed that due
parcel no. 03800A000002000. suant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Virginia. diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
Less and Except a conveyance recorded in And an affidavit having been filed that due Marston E. Nelson, whose last known post office
Deed Book 95, page 226. diligence has been used to ascertain the location of address is 31054 Greta Road, Oak Hall, VA 23416.
Eugene M. Finney, whose last post office address is It is ORDERED that this Order be published
standing in the name of Elizabeth J. Anderton, 9048 Stumptown Road, Temperanceville, VA once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
pursuant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of 23442. Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
Virginia. It is ORDERED that this Order be published pear on or before March 08th, 2011, at 12:00 p.m.
And an affidavit having been filed that due once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the
diligence has been used to ascertain the location of Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap- County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be
all the heirs, devisees and successors in title of pear on or before March 08th, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. necessary to protect their interests in this suit.
Elizabeth J. Anderton; and that there are or may in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the
be other persons having an interest in the real County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be ENTER: This 18th day of January, 2011
estate forming the subject matter of this suit, necessary to protect their interests in this suit. Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
whose names and post office addresses are
unknown, namely, the unknown heirs, devisees and ENTER: This 18th day of January, 2011 I ask for this:
successors in title of Elizabeth J. Anderton. Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
It is ORDERED that this Order be published Attorney at Law
once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern I ask for this: P.O. Box 1410
Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap- JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q. 7100 U.S. Route 17
pear on or before March 08th, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. Attorney at Law Yorktown, VA 23692
in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the P.O. Box 1410 (757)898-7000
County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be 7100 U.S. Route 17
necessary to protect their interests in this suit. Yorktown, VA 23692
ENTER: This 18th day of January, 2011
Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
I ask for this:
JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q. VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR William Corbin and Aline Corbin are living, or if
Attorney at Law THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK deceased, to ascertain the names and location of all
P.O. Box 1410 of their heirs, devisees and successors in title; that
7100 U.S. Route 17 THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA there are or may be other persons having an inter-
Yorktown, VA 23692 Plaintiff est in the real estate forming the subject matter of
(757)898-7000 CIVIL CASE NO. 09-539 this suit, whose names and post office addresses are
vs. unknown, namely, the unknown heirs, devisees and
successors in title of William Corbin and Aline
WILLIAM CORBIN Corbin; and that due diligence has been used to
ALINE CORBIN ascertain the location of Vivian Wheeler, whose last
VIVIAN WHEELER known post office address is 2601 Meadows
Landing, Chesapeake, VA 23321.
Defendants It is ORDERED that this Order be published
ORDER OF PUBLICATION once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA ORDER OF PUBLICATION Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
pear on or before March 08th, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. in
Accomack County Circuit Court The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the
23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, VA 23301 Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be
estate described as follows: necessary to protect their interests in this suit.
Commonwealth of Virginia, in re
Malista Ness-Hopkins v. “Martinez”, further name All that parcel of land being 1.50 acres, ENTER: This 18th day of January, 2011
and residence unknown more or less, Atlantic District, Accomack Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
County, Virginia and designated as parcel no.
The object of this suit is to: 02400A000006800. I ask for this:
Change the name of Texena Anne Martinez JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
standing in the name of William Corbin, also known Attorney at Law
It is ORDERED that “Martinez” appear at the as William H. Corbin, and Aline Corbin, also known P.O. Box 1410
above-named court and protect his interests on or as Aline R. Corbin, and as Aline V. Corbin, pursuant 7100 U.S. Route 17
before March 3, 2011. to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Virginia. Yorktown, VA 23692
And an affidavit having been filed that due (757)898-7000
diligence has been used to determine whether
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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA
Plaintiff THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA
CIVIL CASE NO. 10-306 CIVIL CASE NO. 10-389
vs. CIVIL CASE NO. 09-585
TAMMY LEE TAYLOR HENRICK A. TOWNSEND
TOWN OF HALLWOOD, VIRGINIA THOMAS M. PRINES
RANDALLSTOWN VALLEY ASSOCIATION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, DEPARTMENT PNC BANK, N.A.
OF AGRICULTURE Defendant
CITY FINANCE COMPANY
SUNTRUST BANK AMERICAN GENERAL FINANCIAL
WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION
EASTERN SHORE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS CHESAPEAKE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
AMERICAN GENERAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of
dba CHESAPEAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain
INC. CONSECO FINANCE SERVICING CORP.
EQUITY ONE CONSUMER LOAN, INC. real estate described as follows:
WAYNE FINCEN All that parcel of land on the southern side
Defendants of State Route 695, Atlantic District, Accomack
TIAN FIE, PLC
PENINSULA REGIONAL MEDICAL County, Virginia and designated as parcel no.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 04000A0000006200.
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF THE KING’S
DAUGHTERS, INC. Less and Except a conveyance recorded in
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of Deed Book 658, at page 551.
SHORE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain
A & N ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE real estate described as follows: standing in the name of Thomas M. Prines, pur-
Defendants suant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Virginia.
All that parcel of land off the road leading And an affidavit having been filed that due
from Horntown to Sign Post, Atlantic District, diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Accomack County, Virginia and designated as par- Thomas M. Prines, whose last known post office
cel no. 014A00100B00023. address is 3416 Plum Crescent, Virginia Beach, VA
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of
the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain 23453.
standing in the name of Henrick A. Townsend, pur- It is ORDERED that this Order be published
real estate described as follows: suant to Section 58.1-3965 of the Code of Virginia. once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
And an affidavit having been filed that due Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
All that parcel of land near the Town of diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
Hallwood, Atlantic District, Accomack County, pear on or before February 14th, 2011, at 1:00 p.m.
Henrick A. Townsend, whose last known post office in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the
Virginia, being 22.32 acres, more or less, and address is 35153 Raymond Townsend Lane,
designated as parcel no. 04100A000004900. County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be
Horntown, VA 23395. necessary to protect their interests in this suit.
Less and Except a conveyance of 7.25 acres. It is ORDERED that this Order be published
once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern ENTER: This 13th day of January, 2011
standing in the name of Tammy Lee Taylor, pur- Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
suant to Section 58.1-3965 of the Code of Virginia. Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
pear on or before February 14th, 2011, at 10:00
And an affidavit having been filed that due a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for
diligence has been used to ascertain the location of I ask for this:
the County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
Tammy Lee Taylor, whose last known post office may be necessary to protect their interests in this
address is 28198 Main Street, Hallwood, VA 23359. Attorney at Law
suit. P.O. Box 1410
It is ORDERED that this Order be published
once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern 7100 U.S. Route 17
ENTER: This 12th day of January, 2011 Yorktown, VA 23692
Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap- Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
pear on or before February 14th, 2011, at 10:00 (757)898-7000
a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for I ask for this:
the County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
may be necessary to protect their interests in this Attorney at Law
suit. P.O. Box 1410
Yorktown, VA 23692
ENTER: This 12th day of January, 2011 (757)898-7000
Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
I ask for this: VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR standing in the name of Robert J. Boggs, pursuant
JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q. THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK to Section 58.1-3967 of the Code of Virginia.
Attorney at Law And an affidavit having been filed that due
P.O. Box 1410 THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
Yorktown, VA 23692 Plaintiff Robert J. Boggs, whose last known post office
(757)898-7000 CIVIL CASE NO. 09-567 address is 18430 Dogwood Road, Onancock, VA
It is ORDERED that this Order be published
ROBERT J. BOGGS once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
PAULINE WILKINS Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
pear on or before March 08th, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. in
Defendants the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the
The Accomack County School Board will hold a County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be
public hearing on its proposed 2011-2012 ORDER OF PUBLICATION necessary to protect their interests in this suit.
Operating Budget on Tuesday, February 1, 2011.
The hearing will be held in the auditorium at The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the ENTER: This 18th day of January, 2011
Arcadia High School starting at 7:30 p.m. Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
estate described as follows:
I ask for this:
All that parcel of land near the Village of JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
Savageville, Accomack County, Virginia being Attorney at Law
0.75 acre, more or less, bounded North by P.O. Box 1410
“Middle Road” and designated as parcel no. 7100 U.S. Route 17
092A004000002A0. Yorktown, VA 23692
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Legal Advertising (cont’d)
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TRUSTEE SALE
28039 Beacon Road VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK
Melfa, Virginia 23410
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA (County of Accomack)
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK, VIRGINIA
CIVIL CASE NO. 10-82 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original prin-
cipal amount of $68,000.00 (with interest) from CIVIL CASE NO. 10CL480
Miki Leta Takahashi, dated March 13, 2006 and
The heirs and devisees of recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of
Accomack County, Virginia in Instrument No. HEATHER ESTEVEZ
DANNY LEE PARKS CHARLES MICHAEL MARSHALL
200601828; default having occurred in the payment
of the Note thereby secured and at the request of ROBERT E. HASTON
The heirs and devisees of
CONNIE PARKS the holder (SLM Mortgage Corporation-VA), of said
Note, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer Defendants
CHARLES WILLIE PARKS for sale at public auction at the entrance of the
Circuit Court for the County of Accomack, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
BAGWELL OIL COMPANY, INC.
HANSON OIL COMPANY, INC. 23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, Virginia
23301-0126, on February 11, 2011 at 1:30 The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of
THE TOWN OF SAXIS, VIRGINIA the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain
Defendants o’clock p.m., the property briefly described in said
deed, located at the above address and briefly real estate described as follows:
ORDER OF PUBLICATION described as:
PARCEL I: All that parcel of land being
All that certain lot or parcel of land Lots 33 and 34, Block 1, Machipongo Shores,
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of designated as LOT 13, CONTAINING and designated as parcel no. 121C00101003300.
the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain Thirty-Four Thousand Nine Hundred PARCEL II: All that parcel of land being
real estate described as follows: Ninety Square Feet (34,990 S.F.), and as Lots 35 and 36, Block 1, Machipongo Shores,
shown on a certain plat of survey enti- and designated as parcel no. 121C00101003500.
All that parcel of land in the Town of tled, “Subdivision of AIRPORT
Saxis, Atlantic District, Accomack County, ESTATES, Near Melfa, Pungoteague standing in the names of Heather Estevez, Charles
Virginia, being 0.40 acre, more or less and desig- District, Accomack, County, VA.”, dated Michael Marshall and Robert E. Haston, pursuant
nated as parcel no. 022B2A000013300. 9 December 1988, made by Bruce B. to Section 58.1-3965 of the Code of Virginia.
Gallup, C.L.S., and recorded in the And an affidavit having been filed that due
standing in the names of Danny Lee Parks and Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court of diligence has been used to determine whether
Connie Parks, pursuant to Section 58.1-3967 of the Accomack County, Virginia in Plat Robert E. Haston is living, or if deceased, to ascer-
Code of Virginia. Book 89, at page 155, et seq. tain the names and location of all of his heirs,
And an affidavit having been filed that due devisees and successors in title; that there are or
diligence has been used to ascertain the names TOGETHER WITH all of the rights, may be other persons having an interest in the
and location of all of the heirs, devisees and succes- buildings, privileges and appurtences real real estate forming the subject matter of this
sors in title of Danny Lee Parks and Connie Parks; thereunto belonging or in anywise suit whose names and last post office addresses
and that there are or may be other persons having appertaining. are unknown, namely, the unknown heirs, devisees
an interest in the real estate forming the subject and successors in title of Robert E. Haston; that
matter of this suit, whose names and post office SUBJECT TO valid recorded ease- Heather Estevez is a nonresident of the state of
addresses are unknown, namely, the unknown ments, covenants, reservations and Virginia, whose last known post office address is
heirs, devisees and successors in title of Danny Lee restrictions in the chain of title to the P.O. Box 483, Waldorf, MD 20604; and that Charles
Parks and Connie Parks. property hereby conveyed which have Michael Marshall is a nonresident of the state of
It is ORDERED that this Order be published not expired or otherwise become inef- Virginia, whose last known post office address is
once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern fective. 14503 Valor Circle, Apartment 202, Tampa, FL
Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap- 33613.
pear on or before February 14th, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. It is ORDERED that this Order be published
in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the Tax Map No.: 101-00-07-00-0013-00
once a week for two successive weeks in the Eastern
County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what may be Shore Post and that the parties named herein ap-
necessary to protect their interests in this suit. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A deposit of 10% of
the sales price, cash or certified check, will be pear on or before February 14th, 2011, at 10:00
required at the time of sale with settlement within a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for
ENTER: This 13th day of January, 2011 the County of Accomack, Virginia, and do what
Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk fifteen (15) days from the date of sale. (Time is of
the essence.) Additional terms may be announced may be necessary to protect their interests in this
at the time of sale. PURSUANT TO THE FED- suit.
I ask for this:
JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q. ERAL FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRAC-
TICES ACT, I ADVISE YOU THAT THIS FIRM ENTER: This 12th day of January, 2011
Attorney at Law Nancy Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
P.O. Box 1410 IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO
7100 U.S. Route 17 COLLECT THE INDEBTEDNESS REFERRED
TO HEREIN AND ANY INFORMATION WE I ask for this:
Yorktown, VA 23692 JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
(757)898-7000 WILL OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE. Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 1410
TOWN OF ONLEY L. RICHARD PADGETT, JR., P.C., 7100 U.S. Route 17
PUBLIC NOTICE SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE Yorktown, VA 23692
The Town Council of the Town of Onley will con- FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
duct Public Hearing(s) beginning at 6:00 p.m. L. Richard Padgett, Jr., P.C.
Monday, February 7, 2011, at the Onley Volunteer 521 Boulevard BARRACUDA, LLC , Trading as
Fire & Rescue Building, located at 25489 Maple P.O. Box 1098 Barracuda Country Pub, 57 Market St.,
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ments from members of the Public concerning (540) 389-0102 The above establishment is applying to the
2010-2011 Budget Amendments, the feasibility of Call between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC
a Golf Cart Ordinance and an Ordinance BEVERAGE CONTROL
Regulating the Abatement and Removal of for a Wine and Beer, Mixed Beverages license to
Nuisances. The Budget Amendments and sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages.
Nuisance Ordinance are available for public Ales Gregor, Owner
inspection at the Town Office. The Onley Town
Council Regular Monthly Meeting will begin
immediately following the Public Hearing.
JANUARY 28, 2011 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 25
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PUBLISHER’S NOTICE - FAIR HOUSING
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Virginia’s policy for achieving equal housing opportunity throughout the Common-
wealth. We encourage and support advertising and marketing programs in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing
because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status or handicap. All real estate advertised herein
is subject to Virginia’s fair housing law which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination
because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status or handicap, or intention to make any such pref-
erence, limitation or discrimination.”
This newspaper will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair housing law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. For more
information or to file a housing complaint, call the Virginia Fair Housing Office at (804) 367-8530 Toll-free call (888) 551-
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Tue. Feb. 1
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Assateague Beach L 9:43 a.m. L 10:52 a.m. L 11:54 a.m. L 12:44 p.m. L 1:26 p.m. L 2:03 p.m. L 2:37 p.m.
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Quinby Inlet L 9:12 a.m. L 10:21 a.m. L 11:23 a.m. L 12:13 p.m. L 12:55 p.m. L 1:32 p.m. L 2:06 p.m.
H 3:39 p.m. H 4:44 p.m. H 5:41 p.m. H 6:23 a.m. H 7:09 a.m. H 7:50 a.m. H 8:29 a.m.
Machipongo Inlet L 9:47 a.m. L 10:56 a.m. L 11:58 a.m. L 12:48 p.m. L 1:30 p.m. L 2:07 p.m. L 2:41 p.m.
Bayside H 7:10 a.m. H 8:21 a.m. H 9:21 a.m. H 10:12 a.m. H 10:57 a.m. H 11:38 a.m. H 12:15 p.m.
T Tangier Light
L 2:24 p.m. L 3:29 p.m. L 4:29 p.m. L 5:20 p.m. L 6:03 p.m. L 6:41 p.m. L 6:43 a.m.
A Hunting Creek
B Chesconnessex Creek
H 6:41 a.m. H 7:52 a.m. H 8:52 a.m. H 9:43 a.m. H 10:28 a.m. H 11:09 a.m. H 11:46 a.m.
Pungoteague Creek L 1:24 p.m. L 2:29 p.m. L 3:29 p.m. L 4:20 p.m. L 5:03 p.m. L 5:41 p.m. L 6:14 p.m.
H 5:51 a.m. H 7:02 a.m. H 8:02 a.m. H 8:53 a.m. H 9:38 a.m. H 10:19 a.m. H 10:56 a.m.
Occohannock Creek L 12:50 p.m. L 1:55 p.m. L 2:55 p.m. L 3:46 p.m. L 4:29 p.m. L 5:07 p.m. L 5:40 p.m.
E Nassawadox Creek
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his month includes National this year to include sports fans. So, minutes and while I won’t be com- send them snail mail. Send to
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The Child Care Staff of Accomack County De-
Editorial partment of Social Services woud like to thank
the community for supporting the Children’s
Angel Tree at Peebles Department Store again
hile residents in Accomack County someone to take the job? Perhaps hiring from this holiday season. This project provided many
struggle with unemployment and within doesn’t appeal to our leaders. Then children on the Shore with wonderful gifts this
low-paying jobs like the rest of the again, is the world really lacking for comput- Christmas.
country, there are positions in county govern- er wizards? Not likely. The community’s continued generosity is
ment that need to be filled. But those oppor- What about bringing back an assistant to deeply appreciated by us, as well as by the fam-
tunities are not even listed with the Virginia share the power and responsibility of the ilies that were served.
Employment Commission. county administrator? Surely it would free We would like to give a special “thank you” to
At least three top posts are empty while up time for bringing in entrepreneurs. Mr. Scott Pierce and the employees of Peebles
the all-powerful members of the Board of Su- And now interim directors are all the for all of their help in making our Children’s An-
pervisors kick off re-election campaigns and rage. They already work in a department gel Tree a succes.
begin the posturing that goes with it. Speech- and can always do the work of two (or more). We look forward to serving the community in
makers are coming out of the woodwork. Better yet, they can do the job with cuts to 2011.
Accomack lost its director of planning in benefits. That really helps the employment Selina Coulbourne and Nadine R. Greenley
December and the county hasn’t had a direc- situation here. Accomack Cty. Dept. of Social Services
tor of economic development for months and The school system isn’t any better. Offi-
months. What’s the delay? One would think cials there are wasting time and money hold-
the whole world of qualified job seekers ing sessions on how to proceed with hiring a
would be knocking at our door. new superintendent to replace W. Richard
Do we need planning and economic develop- Bull, who plans to retire this summer. In a
ment? Some would argue that a planning direc- system with so many workers, if they don’t
tor isn’t needed. They want building and plan- know how to hire someone, there’s something
ning under one department with one leader. terribly wrong. And isn’t there a doctor al-
But not everyone feels that way and we haven’t ready in the house?
met anyone who would debate the need for eco- This is an election year. Candidates will be
nomic development in Accomack County. vying for all nine seats on the Board of Su-
We all know how necessary an IT director pervisors and for constitutional offices.
is. Remember the recent laptop fiasco that Please register to vote and actually go out
won’t go away? Before that, officials laid off and do so in November. It could be that long
the IT director and still haven’t put anyone before anything else gets done. Or better yet,
in charge. Is there anything else they get involved with how your tax dollars are
missed? We just may find out when some- being spent by attending meetings or step up
thing else goes missing. Is it difficult to find and run for office.
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Stk# 710381A Stk# 611014A Stk# 711108A Stk# 810146 Stk# 110188A Stk# 1100188A Stk# 111031B
RS Pkg. Low Miles! A Must See! Luxury Sport AWD! WOW! TRD Off Road 4x4! NICE! Crew Max SR5 4x4 Duramax Crew Cab! Made 2 Tow! Put Some Bling in Your Drive! Navigation, Rear Seat DVD
Chevy Camaro LT Cadillac CTS 4 Toyota Tacoma Dbl Cab Toyota Tundra SR5 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Lincoln Navigator Toyota Sienna XLE
$26,497 $26,992 $27,464 $29,881 $31,550 $32,997 $32,998
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