OHF seeks new Executive Director

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Mustang Convertible for Sale

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Yard Sale in Reading

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Merrill Mechanical, Inc. hiring FT Sheet Metal Foreman

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Teago General Store Hiring Associate

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James Brower Hiring Carpenter/Laborer

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Mac's Market is hiring a meat/cutter/wrapper in Woodstock

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Oriental Rug Washing - Barnard

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Buying 18th and 19th Century Furniture

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ANTIQUES

Buying 18th and 19th Century Furniture

BUYING 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY FURNITURE: Original paint or finished. Also, accessories, woodworking tools, metal or wooden planes, edge tools, tool chests, and workbenches. One piece or house lot. Please call Jim or Sue at Liberty Hill Antiques.  802-484-7710 or email suzanirene@icloud.com

Actively Buying Fine Antiques

Eric Nesbitt Antiques in Woodstock, VT is actively buying your Fine Antiques, Folk Art, and Fine Art. (Primitives to formal furniture, one item to complete estates) Check out Eric Nesbitt Art & Antiques on Facebook. Call (802) 457-4928 or ekn1953@yahoo.com

Actively Buying Artwork and Antiques

Actively Buying—older artwork of all kinds; jewelry, and items of value—no furniture. Confidential and free evaluation. Please call Steven Thomas or Deborah Bassett (802) 457-1764 or email stinc@sover.net.

APARTMENT RENTALS

Apartments For Rent

Seasonal and long-term rentals available. Furnished and unfurnished. Contact Emma – Williamson Group Sotheby’s International Realty. (802) 457-2000.

COMMERCIAL RENTALS

Lincoln Corners Office Space Available

Lincoln Corners Offices - www. lincolncorners.com -802-457-1942 "Lincoln Corners has exceeded our expectations. I have had numerous clients remark on the light, open, and professional design of their offices." - Michael J. Sabbeth, Esq.   Features: Green Construction, Comcast internet, Private fitness facility, men's & women's shower & lockers. Elevator, ADA Barrier-free throughout, paved parking. Emergency back-up power. Full Spectrum lighting. Hot water, heat, individual zones for each office. Central AC, fresh0air exchangers. Spacious attractive entrance lobby. Limited Availability: One Room & Two Room Suites- Various Sizes $500-$2500/ month  

One Lincoln Corners: Office Space for Rent

Bright, airy, “green,” barrier-free offices, fitness center included. (802) 457-1942 www.lincolncorners.com

The Schoolhouse Co-Working Space for Rent

Woodstock co-working. $25/week-$79/month. www.woodstockschoolhouse.com (802) 457-1942.

FOR SALE

Mustang Convertible for Sale

2014 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE Excellent condition, 27,000 miles, well cared for, $19,500. 718-614-7292

Green and Seasoned Firewood for Sale

FIREWOOD — Green and seasoned wood available now. Cut, split and delivered. Bruce Schulz 802-457-2552. 

Native Lumber and Custom Sawing

Slabs. Maple syrup. VanAlstyne Family Farm Inc. 330 Walker Hill Road, East Barnard. (802) 763-7036.

FREE

Questions about your legal rights?

Call Vermont Commission on Women or go on-line to view the handbook, The Legal Rights of Women in Vermont: www.women.vermont.gov / 1-800-881-1561

HELP WANTED

OHF seeks new Executive Director

The Ottauquechee Health Foundation is actively seeking a new Executive Director to administer the work of the Foundation. 

 OHF is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a Foundation whose mission is to promote and support the health and wellness of residents of nine surrounding communities. Its dynamic granting programs, community partnerships, and educational and outreach activities are the core to its work, ensuring that it is helping people in need of our support. 

 In addition to managing budget and finances, a small staff, and the operations of Simmons House, owned by OHF, the Executive Director will oversee a significant direct grant program and work with the Board of Trustees on key priorities and new initiatives. These will include cultivating and growing cooperative relationships with other area nonprofit organizations, designing and launching educational programs and initiatives within OHF’s broad mission, directing outreach efforts to increase awareness of the Foundation in the broader community, and to cultivate new members and donors. 

The Executive Director will report directly to the 

Executive Committee of the Board. Please visit: 

https://ohfvt.org/ottauquechee-health-foundation-executive-director/ 

for more information. 

To apply, send inquiries, a cover letter, and resume to director@ohfvt.org.

Fullerton Property Service is hiring!

FULLERTON PROPERTY SERVICE Is hiring full-time employees. Our well established South Woodstock VT company is currently hiring full-time employees for engaging in all aspects of property maintenance - duties may include but not be limited to lawn mowing, weed whipping, chainsaw work, plowing/sanding/shoveling, heavy equipment operation (based on experience - willing to train the right individual). Competitive Pay, Paid Holidays. Must be a team player and have a clean driver’s license. Please either e-mail or call 802-457-1731 for more info and to set up an interview.

Merrill Mechanical, Inc. hiring FT Sheet Metal Foreman

MERRILL MECHANICAL, INC. is seeking a full time Sheet Metal Foreman. The candidate should have experience in supervising and mentoring a small crew. You are to coordinate tasks accordingly to the priorities and plans. A valid driver's license is required. You must have strong knowledge of sheet metal, HVAC Equipment, local codes, read and understand schedules, contracts and blue prints. Send resume to jamie@merrillmechanical.com

Teago General Store Hiring Associate

TEAGO GENERAL STORE is looking for help. Full and part time positions available. Customer service and cooking skills are helpful but not necessary. Just bring your positive energy! Full-Time pay $19.00/hr plus benefits. (802) 738-4080. Ask for Christine.

James Brower Hiring Carpenter/Laborer

WOODSTOCK CONTACTOR looking for a carpenter and laborer.  Valid drivers license and transportation required. Covid vaccination required.  Call James 802-299-5086 or email jamesbrowercontracting@gmail.com

PETS AND LIVE­STOCK

VSNIP

(Vermont Spay Neuter Incentive Program) Reduced spay and neuter rates send S.A.S.E (Self Addressed Stamped Envelope) for application to vsnip P.O. box 104 Bridgewater VT 05034.

USPS Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation

Legal – Town of Woodstock Zoning Permits

Town Of Woodstock Zoning Permits

PERMITEE:  JOSH TARLETON, APPLICATION NUMBER: V-3731-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 23.54.24, LOCATION: 1592 W. WOODSTOCK RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO:  Build a 528 Sq Ft. Deck. 

PERMITEE:  PATRICIA EAMES, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5232-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 22.51.13.03, LOCATION:  442 EAST WOODSTOCK RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Replace Carpet With Hard Wood, New Entry Doors, Paint, New Lighting, 1 Interior Door. 

PERMITEE:  KENNETH COLBY, APPLICATION NUMBER:  T-5227-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 30.22.08, LOCATION: 853 ROSE HILL RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO:  Lot Line Adjustment Of Boundary Between Properties. 

PERMITEE:  ELIZABETH DEIGNAN & DANIEL BELLMORE, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5230-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 31.03.04, LOCATION:  121 TWIN PONDS WAY, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Replace West Facing Kitchen Window With A Larger One, 5Ft. Wide. And A Small 24” Double hung Window In The Kitchen On The South. 

PERMITEE:  JEFF AND STACY BEST, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5242-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 31.03.26, LOCATION:  1059 CARLTON HILL, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Add Two Stairs Off Existing Porch. 

PERMITEE: RUSS MILLESON, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5239-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 32.03.14.005, LOCATION:  133 RIVERBEND WAY, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Place 1153 Sq Ft. Mobile Home And A 192 Sq Ft. Deck With Ramp And Steps. 

PERMITEE:  BARBARA KHAN, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5236-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 10.02.11, LOCATION:  295 MECAWEE RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Subdivide 17 Acres Into 12 Acre And A 5 Acre Lot. 

PERMITEE:  LEANNE CHYNOWETH, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5243-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 32.02.15, LOCATION: 3231 COX DISTRICT RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO:  24X30 Pole Barn, Closed On Three Sides, Facing Cox District Rd. 

PERMITEE:  ZACHARY BENZ, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5228-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 33.01.25, LOCATION: 588 KENDALL RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: To Subdivide the Portion Of The Lot That Is North Of Kendall Road And West Of Route 106, With Barn, From The Portion Of The Lot That Is South Of Kendal Road And South Of Route 106, With Single Family Dwelling. 

PERMITEE: RYAN AND ALLISON LONGFIELD, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5216-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 01.01.03, LOCATION: 2105 AUSTIN RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Lot Line Adjustment: Adding 32.6 Total Acres To Lot 02.01.07, Of Which 25.3 Acres Are In Woodstock. 13.5 (+/-) Acres Remain Of Lot 01.01.03, 12.1 Of Which Are In Woodstock. 

PERMITEE: RIVER RANCH, LLC, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5231-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 03.02.59, LOCATION: 1731 PROSPER RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Lot Line Adjustment: Two Contiguous Parcels Under Common Ownership To Decrease Lot 03.02.59 From 10 Acres To 5.01 Acres And Increase Lot 03.02.59.001 From 20 Acres to 24.9 Acres. 

PERMITEE:  EDWARD VYDRA, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5246-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 30.21.32, LOCATION: 113 PROSPER RD., THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Changing The Size Of Two Windows In The Kitchen. 

PERMITEE: LEANNE & ROBERT MACDONALD, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5248-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 31.04.06.001, LOCATION: 87 RIVERSIDE PARK RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: To Construct A 16’ X 26’ Carport Addition to Existing Garage And 10’ X 8’ Landing Deck Above the Carport. 

PERMITEE: THOMPSON SENIOR CENTER, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5247-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 31.01.27, LOCATION: 99 SENIOR LANE, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Dining Room Egress. 

PERMITEE: HAYNES M JOSEPH & JULIA TR, APPLICATION NUMBER: T-5249-22, LISTER’S NUMBER: 06.01.09, LOCATION: 52 ECHO LEDGE RD, THIS PERMIT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZES THE PERMITEE(S) TO: Construct a 720’ Sq Ft. Detached Apartment. 

NOTICE OF HEARING

The TOWN Development Review Board will hold a public hybrid meeting on: Tuesday October 25th, 2022, at 7:30 PM to consider the following zoning permit applications:

T-5251-22: Frank and Megan Hwang, Lister No.: 23.57.08, Location: 169 Eaton Place, Review Type: Conditional Use, Proposal: Short Term Rental 

T-5250-22: Mary Curley, Lister No.: 03.03.02, Location: 791 Gabert Rd., Review Type: Conditional Use, Proposal: Short Term Rental 

ABUTTERS PLEASE NOTE:

Pursuant to 24 V.S.A. §§ 4464(a)(1)(C) and 4471(a), participation in these local proceedings are a prerequisite to the right to take any subsequent appeal. Such appeal must be done within 30 days of the date of the decision. A copy of the application and additional information may be reviewed at the Zoning & Planning Department. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this application, please email: pz@townofwoodstock.org.

The VILLAGE Development Review Board will hold a public hybrid meeting on:

Wednesday October 26th, 2022, at 7:30 PM to consider the following zoning permit applications:

V-3740-22: Todd and Angela Ulman  

      Lister No.: 21.52.01 

      Location: 2 High Street 

Review Type: Design review 

Proposal: Restore historical home to efficient Vermont standards with 345 Sq Ft. addition over garage, Exposed walkway out of basement/ Entry, New siding, New faux slate roof solar, new windows and shutters, Level driveway, new stone path to front door with safe railing, and clean up utility wires + replace damaged post. Restore exact trim. 

ABUTTERS PLEASE NOTE:

Pursuant to 24 V.S.A. §§ 4464(a)(1)(C) and 4471(a), participation in these local proceedings are a prerequisite to the right to take any subsequent appeal. Such appeal must be done within 30 days of the date of the decision. A copy of the application and additional information may be reviewed at the Zoning & Planning Department. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this application, please email: pz@townofwoodstock.org.

Legal – Notice of Public Sale, 832 Grand View Lodge Road, Unit D

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

832 Grand View Lodge Road, Unit D, Plymouth, Vermont

By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given by Jesse A. Gagnon to Vermont State Employees Credit Union dated May 30, 2019 and recorded in Book 127, Pages 68 of the Town of Plymouth Land Records, of which Mortgage Vermont State Employees Credit Union is the present owner and servicer.

Also by virtue of a Certificate of Non-Redemption dated July 15, 2022 and a Stipulated Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure by Judicial Sale entered June 1, 2022 in a matter entitled Vermont State Employees Credit Union v. Jesse A. Gagnon, et al., Case No. 21-CV-03007, both documents recorded in Book 134, Pages 410-417 of the Town of Plymouth Land Records.

TIME AND PLACE OF PUBLIC SALE: For breach of the conditions of and for the purpose of foreclosing said Mortgage, and also for the purpose of effectuating said Stipulated Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure by Judicial Sale, the property described in said Mortgage will be sold at Public Auction on November 3, 2022 at 11:00 am at the property address of 832 Grand View Lodge Road, Plymouth, Vermont.

The public sale may be adjourned one or more times for a total time not exceeding 30 days, without further Court order, and without publication of a new notice of sale, by announcement of the new sale date to those present at each adjournment or by posting notice of the adjournment in a conspicuous place at the location of the sale.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The property being sold is all and the same lands and premises described in said Mortgage, to wit:

Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Jesse A. Gagnon by Warranty Deed of Peter

J. Marchessault and Geraldine A. Marchessault dated May 30, 2019 and recorded in Book 127, Page 65 of the Town of Plymouth Land Records, and being more particularly described therein as follows:

“Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Peter J. Marchessault and Geraldine A. Marchessault by Warranty Deed of Marie A. Thompson dated July 28, 2006 and recorded in Book 101, Page 616 in the Town of Plymouth Land Records and being more particularly described as follows:

Being all and the same lands and premises as were conveyed to Marie A. Thompson by Warranty Deed of Jeffrey L. Blackman dated March 15, 2002 at Book 86, Pages 453-455 of the Town of Plymouth Land Records and in said deed more particularly described as follows:

Being Unit D of the Grand View Lodge Condominiums, so-called, and being all the same interests and estates in lands and premises conveyed to Jeffery L. Blackman, by condominium deed of Howard Wayne and Barbara Destefano, dated April 21, 1989 and recorded in Book 58, Page 192 of the Plymouth Land Records and being more particularly described as follows:

Being Unit D of the Grand View Lodge Condominiums, so called, as shown on a plan entitled “Donald W. Guiles & Lead Guiles Townhouses” drawing No. 79-82.1, Project No. 79-82, dated August 12, 1980, revised 12/11/81, 4/5/89 and 4/13/89 prepared by Michael Engineering Company, Plymouth, Vermont and filed in the Town of Plymouth Land Records, reference is also made to a plan entitled “Grand View Lodge, Plymouth Town Highway No. 9, Plymouth, Vermont, Floor Plan – Unit A & B – ‘As Builts’”, dated 1/21/88, revision 4/2/89 and 4/13/89 recorded in the Plymouth Land Records together with an undivided 14.3% interest in the Common Area and Facilities in accordance with the Declaration of Condominium and Bylaws.

The within conveyed land and premises are a portion of those lands and premises conveyed to Howard J. Wayne and Barbara Destefano by the following deeds:

Daniel W. Ewald to Howard J. Wayne and Barbara Destefano, dated April 22, 1986 and recorded at Book 49, Page 486 of the Plymouth Land Records;

Edward O’Connell and Michael Bannigan to Howard J. Wayne and Barbara Destefano, dated October 4, 1985 and recorded at Book 49, Page 7 of the Plymouth Land Records;

Donald W. Guiles and Leah Guiles, husband and wife, to Howard J. Wayne and Barbara Destefano, dated October 1, 1985 and recorded at Book 49, Page 3 of the Plymouth Land Records.

The within conveyed land and premises are subject to a certain Declaration of Condominium and Bylaws dated April 17, 1989 and recorded in the Plymouth Land Records; and subject to Chapter 15 of title 27 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated.”

Reference is made to the aforementioned deeds, to the records thereof, and to the deeds and records therein referred to in further aid of this description.

The description of the property contained in the Mortgage shall control in the event of a typographical error in this publication.

TERMS OF SALE: To qualify to bid, prospective bidders must tender to the auctioneer before the sale the amount of $10,000.00 (the “Bid Qualifying Deposit”) in cash, certified funds, bank check, or other primary bank obligation, unless the parties agree on some other amount. The property shall be sold to the highest bidder, and the successful bidder’s Bid Qualifying Deposit shall be held as a non-refundable deposit. All other Bid Qualifying Deposits shall be returned to the unsuccessful bidders who supplied them.

The successful bidder will be required to sign a “no contingency” purchase and sale agreement at the conclusion of the auction. The sale is “AS IS, WHERE IS,” subject to all liens, encumbrances, unpaid taxes, municipal assessments, and other matters which take precedence or priority over the Mortgage. The closing shall be held, and the balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable in cash, certified funds, bank check, or other primary bank obligation, within fourteen (14) days after the sale has been confirmed by the Court, unless such date is mutually extended by the parties.

Other terms to be announced at the Public Auction. Inquiries may be made with the Thomas Hirchak Company, 1878 Cady’s Falls Road, Morrisville, VT 05661. Telephone: 1-800-634-7653.

VERMONT STATE EMPLOYEES 

CREDIT UNION

Date: September 22, 2022  By: /s/ Renee L. Mobbs

Renee L. Mobbs, Its Attorney 

SHEEHEY FURLONG & BEHM P.C.

(802) 865-6323

Legal – Notice of Foreclosure

STATE OF VERMONT

SUPERIOR COURT CIVIL DIVISION, Windsor Unit Case No.:  20-CV-707

BAR HARBOR BANK & TRUST,

Successor in Interest by Merger to Lake Sunapee Bank, fsb, 

Successor in Interest by Merger to Randolph National Bank,

Plaintiff

vs.

MICHAEL E. McINTYRE; THERESA M. McINTYRE; et al,

Defendants

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain Mortgage Deed given by Michael E. McIntyre and Cheryl D. Miller to Randolph National Bank  (“Bank”), dated June 1, 1998 and recorded in Book 63, at Page 158 and a certain Mortgage Deed of Michael E. McIntyre and Theresa M. McIntyre to Randolph National Bank dated March 19, 2009 and recorded in Book 86, Page 557 in the Town of Rochester Land Records (“Mortgage”),  for breach of the conditions of said Mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 11:00 AM on October 20, 2022, at the site of the real property with an address of 932 Middle Hollow Road, Rochester, Vermont, all and singular the premises described in said Mortgage:

TO WIT:  

Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Michael E. McIntyre and Theresa M. McIntyre by Quit Claim Deed of Michael E. McIntyre and Cheryl Miller, dated March 19, 2009 and recorded on March 30, 2009 in Book 86 page 555 of the Town of Rochester Land Records.  

Reference may be made to the aforementioned deeds and to their records, and to all prior deeds and to their respective records, for a more complete and particular description of the land and premises herein conveyed.  Said lands and premises are more particularly described therein as follows:

Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Michael E. McIntyre and Cheryl Miller by Quitclaim Deed of Michael E. McIntyre dated June 1, 1998 and recorded in Book 63, Pages 156-157 of the Rochester Land Records.  The subject parcel is more particularly described as follows:

“Commencing at the northeasterly corner of the McIntyre farm lands on the Range Line; thence proceeding westerly along the northerly boundary of the McIntyre farm 433 feet, more or less, to a point; thence proceeding southerly 630 feet, more or less, to the brook, thence turning easterly up the brook to an old fence line which crosses the brook; thence turning northerly along the range line approximately 35 rods to the point and place of beginning.

Included in this conveyance is a right of way to the herein conveyed parcel across lands of Earl L. and Bonnie S. McIntyre, which right of way runs parallel and adjacent to the northerly boundary line of the McIntyre’s in an east-west direction to Town Highway #19.  Also, included in this conveyance is the right to take water from a certain spring located easterly of the parcel herein conveyed.

RESERVING from this conveyance is a right to lay a pipeline across the parcel herein conveyed to a spring of water located on the lands of Earl and Bonnie McIntyre easterly of the lands herein conveyed AND a right of way for access to those same lands and spring thereon in a generally east-west direction across the parcel herein conveyed, said rights of way and pipeline rights being the same that were reserved in the Quit Claim Deed from Earl L. and Bonnie S. McIntyre to (Eric S. McIntyre).

These premises are subject to the terms and conditions of State Subdivision Permit #EC-3-1295 issued June 4, 1986.

The Premises are conveyed subject to and with the benefit of: (1) all easements, reservations, restrictions and rights of way of record which are enforceable in an action of law on the date hereof, not meaning by such language to re-instate any such matters which heretofore have been barred by the Marketable Title Act as in effect in the State of Vermont; and (2) the provisions of municipal ordinances, public laws, and special acts.”

Reference is hereby made to the above-mentioned instruments, the records thereof, and references therein made, and their respective records and references, and the Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure by Judicial Sale issued March 3, 2022 in further aid of this description.

Terms of Sale. The property will be sold in its entirety to the highest bidder as a single unit.  It is up to each bidder to perform its own due diligence with respect to the property prior to the public sale that a bidder deems sufficient.  

The public sale of the Mortgaged Property will be “AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ALL FAULTS” (known or unknown), with no representations or warranties of any kind whatsoever, with the purchaser taking all defects and risks associated with or connected to the property being sold, and all liens of record, restrictions, easements, improvements, covenants, tenancies, rights, encumbrances, and matters of any kind and every nature which may take precedence over the lien of the mortgage being foreclosed.

The high bidder is responsible for the payment of the property taxes and municipal assessments, and any fire district taxes (delinquent and current, with all penalties and interest as of the date of closing on the sale of the property after confirmation of the sale by the Vermont Superior Court).  

The property will be sold subject to the further right to redeem the property by the United States of America for 120 days from the date of transfer of title to the purchaser at the public sale in which to redeem the Mortgaged Property if its lien has not been discharged prior to or as a result of the sale. 

In order to qualify to bid at the public sale, at the time of sale, interested persons, other than from the mortgagee, must present to the auctioneer a deposit of $10,000 in the form of cash, a bank treasurer’s check, or certified funds.  The deposit is subject to forfeiture.   The mortgagee has the right to credit bid at the sale without producing any deposit.  The remaining balance of the purchase price shall be paid in good funds at closing, to occur within thirty (30) days of the public sale or fourteen (14) days of Court Confirmation of the Sale by the Vermont Superior Court, Windsor Unit, Civil Division, whichever is later. The sale is subject to confirmation by the Vermont Superior Court, Windsor Unit, Civil Division.  The successful bidder, other than the mortgagee, will have to sign a purchase and sale agreement at the conclusion of the public sale. If the Plaintiff makes the highest bid, Plaintiff shall be required to pay cash or certified funds only to the extent that its bid is in excess of the sum due it by the Defendant Mortgagor up to the date of sale under the Judgment and Decree and the costs and expenses of the sale.  

The person holding the public sale may, for good cause, adjourn the sale one or more times for a total time not exceeding 30 days, by announcement of the new sale date to those present at each adjournment or by posting notice of the adjournment in a conspicuous place at the location of the sale.

The mortgagor is entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due mortgagee plaintiff, including all costs and expenses of sale.

Other terms to be announced at the time of the sale. Inquiries to auctioneer or mortgagee’s counsel.

Sale to be conducted by Vermont licensed auctioneer.  

By: /s/ Elizabeth A. Glynn, Esq. Dated:  September 12, 2022

Elizabeth A. Glynn, Esq.

Ryan Smith & Carbine, Ltd.

PO Box 310,  Rutland, VT 05702

(802) 786-1000

Attorney for Mortgagee/Plaintiff

Legal – Notice to Creditors in Re Estate of David Swett

STATE OF VERMONT, SUPERIOR COURT, Windsor Unit, PROBATE DIVISION, Docket No. 22-PR-03679

In re ESTATE of: David Swett

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

To the Creditors of David Swett, late of Hartland, Vermont.

I have been appointed to administer this estate. All creditors having claims against the decedent of the estate must present their claims in writing within four (4) months of the first publication of this notice. The claim must be presented to me at the address listed below with a copy sent to the Court. The claim may be barred forever if it is not presented within the four (4) month period.

Dated August 24, 2022

Signed Michael Bejtlich, Executor/Administrator

18 Jasons Lane, Rochester, MA 02770,  Telephone: 508-737-6431, Email: bejtlich@verizon.net

Name of Publication: The Vermont Standard, Publication Date: September 8, 2022

Name of Probate Court:

Windsor Probate Court, 12 The Green, Woodstock, VT 05091

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Furniture Repair

ANTIQUE AND CONTEMPORARY furniture repair and refinishing: From minor repairs to major reconstructions since 1972. Gerald S. Gambone, Reading, VT (802) 484-7179, geraldgambone@gmail.com. By  appointment.

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Upcountry Chimney Sweep Bethel, VT 05032 Brick Repair and Relining Craig Wortman 802-234-9750

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Serious Collector of Vintage VT License Plates

Serious lifelong collector of old Vermont license plates buying quality early car plates. Conrad Hughson, PO Box 1, Putney, VT 05346. conrad_hughson@comcast.net, 802-387-4498. Please leave message.

YARD SALE

Yard Sale in Reading

A LITTLE SOMETHING FOR ALMOST EVERYONE! Recreational. Household items.   Knick knacks. A few antiques.   Pet supplies.  Come see for yourself. September 3 and 4 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 187 Agony Hill Rd. Reading, VT. 802-299-5449

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