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Sat- mell Hall, of the congre- if the Shushan lurch will be lip on Sunday, officers and a <0 will be pre­ cords must be g Committee, ervices offered ; Office of the t Salem, Cam- 'fers a balanced People age 60 s are welcome, ire available for >r Shaw, Salem pleased to give Other services gram reduction nergy program, ortation to the ce of Aging in nformation. continues as a M ian Hospital, continues as a jdical Hospital, ricia and Joseph ritical condition, njuries in Salem lly is a senior at > now occupying :rs home on Park :lma McLenithan use for Isabelle Sunday. iert Oakley spent >n, D.C. , /en McLenithan rine McLenithan t of Melbourne, g the holiday sea- pent the holiday d Mrs. Matthew LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOUCE PRODUCTS: Start lyour own business Work flex­ ible hours. Enjoy unlimited Warnings. Call toll free 888- ¡942-4053.(nyscan) POSTAL JOBS TO $18.35/ (hr inci: benefits No experi­ ence. Forappt. and exam info, call 1-800-813-3685, Ext. 5896, 8 a.m. -9pm 7 days DS Inc. 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(nyscan) LEG AL NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED LOCAL #1 OF 2000, TOWN OF GREENWICH TAKE NOTICE thai a public hearing will be held by the Greenwich Town Board at the Town Office, 2 Academy St,, G reenw ich, N Y , on January 18, 2000 at 7:05 PM for the purpose of obtaining public com­ ment on proposed Local Law # 1 of 2000 entitled \Amendments provid­ ing for changes in the Fee Schedule contained in the S u b d iv isio n Regulations, Town o f G reenw ich, New York,\ Copies o f the text of the proposed local law are available at the Town Clerk's Office. Dated: January 3, 2000 Elaine Kelly, Town Clerk The annual meeting o f the Salem Mutual Town Fire Insurance Company will be held at the company office, 244 Rexleigh Road, Salem, New York, Tuesday, January 11,2000, at 1:00 P.M. for the election of directors and the trans­ action o f any business which may properly come before the meeting. Donna MacNeil Secretary 12-30; 1-6 1-6 Yermonfc Timber Frames 7 Pear! Street Cambridge,. NY 12816 _______ r 518-677-8860 N o w H i r in g S h o p J o i n e r s & E n t r y level C A D D e s ig n e r s Fast growing Timber Frame Company seeks individuals for the following positions: 1. SHOP JOINERS: We are looking for six people to join our shop crafting quality timber frame “Structures. Training provided; however carpentry jf? -and/or woodworking experience helpful. Starting ? wagesbased upon experience. CAD DESIGNERS: Two entry-level positions gdesignuig timber frame structures usiisg AutoCAD, e offer training, vacations, holidays and health | if^nsuraisce. Come join a fiin, exciting and challeng­ i n g place to work. t f end cover letter and resum e, apply in j|person, or give us a call. HOMEOWNERS - Need money? Dana Funding, Inc. I- 800-994-3262. Refinancing, debt consolidation. No in- comeybad credit. Licensed Mortgage Broker NY. 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Call today 1 -800-842-1310- <nyscan) 18” DIRECTV SATELLITE systems. Single system only $59. Two box systems avail­ able. Ask about free program­ ming. Authorized dealer. •www.integratedsatellile.coin 1-800-325-7836. (nyscan) TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that I, the under­ signed, collector o f taxes in and for the Town of Argyle, County o f Wash­ ington, New York, have received the tax roll and warrant for the collection of taxes for the fiscal year 2000 and that I will attend my office, 41 Main Street, Argyle, from 9 a.m. till 12 Noon and from 1 p.m. till 4 p.m. on each weekday except holidays for the purpose o f receiv­ ing the taxes assessed upon the. roll. Taxes will be received up to Janu­ ary 31, 2000 without pen­ alty. Thereafter an addi­ tional one (1) pefcentum per month or fraction thereof will be added un­ til the return o f unpaid tax e s to the C o u n ty Treasurer, pursuant to law. Diana Eggleston Tax Collector Town o f Argyle Please take notice that a Public Hearing will be held by the Board of Trustees o f the Village of Greenwich, New York, on January 11, at-7:45 p.m. at the regular village board meeting to amend Local Law #1 o f 1997, Flood Damage Preven­ tion, Section 3,2. Any resident o f the Village of Greenwich or other interested person is entitled to be heard. By order o f the Board of Trustees o f the Village o f G reenw ich, dated December 14, 1999. Patricia A. Perkins Village Clerk 1-6 GREENW ICH JOURNAL Thursday, J a n u a ry 6,2000 SALEM PRESS Page? YEAR END BLOW OUT. Arch Steel buildings. Select models 25x30, 30x42, 50x110. ‘99 steel prices while supplies last. Great work­ shops/garages . Cail ¡--800-34’-- 7007. www,stEelmasterusa.com (nyscan) FACTORY ERROR: Must sell 5 buildings, alS steel 50x80; 25x30; 40x60; 30x40; 45x70. First come, first served. We pay freight. Pioneer 1-800-332-6430, ext. IOO.www.usmb.com (nyscan) STEEL BUILDINGS Sale: 3,000+ sizes. 40x60x14, $8,840; 50x75x14, $12,039; 50x 100x16, 315,998; 60x100x16,517,612. Mini-storage buildings, 40x160, 32 units, S 16,845. Free brochures, www. sentinelbuildings.com. Sentinel Buildings, 800-327-0790 exL 79. (nyscan) NEED CASH? I’m paying top dollar for anything! Gold, silver, sterling, diamonds, old coins, paper money, jeweliy, watches, scrap gold, antiques, advertising items, fishing tackle, anything old. Estates WANTED Also. Call Bill at (518), 632-5486 now I l o o k I n g “ f o s \ h o m e Videos of ‘99 Washington County Fair. Will buy. 212-975-8718. Vincent M. Cristaidi Accounting Services 28 Main Street Greenwich, NY 12834 692-2647 FORECLOSED HOMES. Low or $0 down. Gov’t & bank repos being sold5 now. Fantastic savings. Financing available. 1-800-501-1777, ext, 1099. (nyscan) MEDICARE RECIPIENTS using a Nebulizer machine? Stop paying full price for Albuterol, Atrovent, etc. solu­ tions. Medicare will pay for them. We bill Medicare for you and ship directly to your 12-30; 1-6 door. MED-A-SAVE 1-800- 538-9849 ext. 1. (nyscan) LEGAL NOTICE 1-6,13 LEGAL, NOTICE Having received the tax roll for collection of taxes in the Town of Hebron, W ashington County, Mew York, I will collect same witfrout charge or interest if paid on or before January 31, 2000. On all such taxes remaining unpaid after January 31, 2000, one percent will be added for each month or fraction thereafter until the return of unpaid taxes is made by me to the County Treasurer pursuant to Law, after which a fee o f 5 percent is added plus interest from February 1st. I have fixed the fol­ lowing dates and place for receiving taxes. At the Town Clerk's office at West Hebron in said Town of Hebron from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday and Tuesday. W ednesday from .1:0.0 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. and Fri­ day from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. My office will be closed Thursdays, Satur- days, Sundays and Holi- .days. The Year 1999 in Review Dorothy Worthington Tax Collector 3161 Co. Rte: 30 Salem, New York 12865 518-854-3384 Ginny's Grooming Room & Boarding Kennels Windy Hill Road Greenwich, N.Y. 695-6974 ELY MAJOR APPLIANCES Sates692-7799 - Service 692-2024 Financing Available 30 years service to back our sales 103 Main S t, Greenwich—692-2024 FO R SALE 3 BS Village Home in Greenwich w/large bam Reduced to $59*900 Many oilier properties mailable. ; Alan Brown Realty 28 Main St. Greenwich 692-2066 LAND WANTED; Serious cash buyer seeks quality rural acreage 200 acres and up for immediate purchase in the Central/Southern Tier or Catskills region of NY state. Fast closings. Broker inquir­ ies welcome. Call 607-563- 8875, ext. 17 anytime, (nyscan) SAWMILL $3795. Saws logs into boards, planks, beams. Large capacity. Best, sawmill values arcywhare. Free infor­ mation. Norwood Sawmills, 252 Sonwil Dr., Buffalo, NY 14225. i-800-578-1363. (nyscan) Me CAN IM MEMORIALS Rtè. 29 East Greenwich P.O. Box 448 Salem, N,Y. 12865-0448 M o n u m e n ts, M a rkers, C e m e tery L e ttering, C e m e tery F lo r a l A r rangem e n ts & S tone C leaning /e s , We A r e S till in B u s i n e s s 692-2033 - 854-3696 84 ACRES SPECTACULAR PROPERTY Hardwoods, pasture, meadow; abuts quiet country road and old Champlain Canal. Subdividable. $59,900 w/financing. Fort Edward/ Fort Miller. Cali Owner: Stonybrook 800-701»5263 THE ONLY WAY to cover all New York State with a clas­ sified ad: Your 25-woid clas­ sified ad will run in the New York State Classified Adver­ tising Network (NYSCAN) in 90 percent of 211 weekly newspapers statewide for only $400. You can advertise your classified in specific regions (Metro, $190; Central $140, Western $140.) Additional words all regions, $10 per word; Metro, $10; Central $10, Western $10. Visit The Joumal-Prcss, 35 Salem St, Greenwich, 692-2266. VILLAGE OF GREENWICH NOTICE OF CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NO­ TICE, that a Continued Public Hearing will be held by the Board of Trustees o f the Village of Greenwich on January 11, 2000, at the Village Municipal Building, 6 Academy Street, Green­ wich, New York regard­ ing the adoption o f a proposed Local Law No. 1 o f the year 2000 o f the Village o f Greenwich (for­ merly known as Local Law No. 2 for the year 1999) which would pro­ vide for the regulation o f parades in the Village of Greenwich. PLEASE TAKE FUR­ THER NOTICE, that the environmental signifi­ cance o f said proposed local law will be reviewed by the Board o f Trustees of the Village of Green­ wich incident to and as part o f said Public Hear­ ing. Any resident of the Village of Greenwich or other interested person is entitled to be heard upon the topic o f said proposed local law at such Public Hearing. A copy o f said proposed local law is available for If review at the office o f the Greenwich Village Clerk, 6 Academy Street, Green­ wich, New York. By order o f the Board o f Trustees o f the Village o f G reenw ich, dated December 14, 1999. Patricia Perkins, Village Clerk 1-6 LEGAL NOTICE TAX COLLECTOR’S NOTICE N o tice is hereby ■ given that I, the under­ signed, C o llector o f Taxes in and for the Town of Greenwich, W ashington County * New York, have received the tax roil and warrant for the collection o f taxes for the fiscal year 2000 and that I will attend my office, 2 Academy Street, Greenwich, N.Y., begin­ ning January 4,2000 from 9 a.m. till 12 Noon and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on each weekday excepting holidays for the purpose o f receiving taxes as­ sessed upon such roll. Taxes will be received up to February 2, 2000 without interest or pen­ alty. On all taxes received after such date, an addi­ tional 1% for each addi­ tional month or fraction thereof will be added un­ til the return of unpaid taxes to the County Trea­ surer, pursuant to law. Elaine A. Kelly Tax Collector Town o f Greenwich 12-30; 1-6 Stephen Karp was honored by Liberty Post #515 for his years of volunteer service to the post. Friends of the Greenwich Free Library celebrated 30 years of service to the library. Report of Greenwich police on incidents investigated in the village. Lindsey Flynn finished third in the Elks State Hoop Shoot. Work on the Cambridge Hotel was pro- grossing towards completion. The Cambridge Central school VOSCA group headed to Sowth Carolina to assist people there. The Lower River, an anglers and bait shop, opened in Salem on Route 22. American Legion Post #515 awarded Eric Bott with a certificate for Boys State. Report on landfill closure in Argyle main topic at board meeting. The gas tanks at the closed service sta­ tion on the comer of Broad and Ferry streets in Schuylerville were removed. The Pennies for Scholars program at the Schujlerville Elementary school ended for this year on March 26. $2000 was realized. The tour roads at the Saratoga Battle­ field National Park opened for the season. ■April 8 issue The Checkered House south of Cam­ bridge was recalled. Kenneth Perry of Greenwich had his In­ dex to The Fitch Gazeteer published. According to Greenwich Central school officials, the students were performing at about par on the State report card recently issued. Thirty-two cats were removed from the home of Robert Seaman on Cottage Street in Greenwich. All were kept in pet cages. They were fed and cared for but too confined. Work on the Greenwich Central school building project was begun, closing the ath­ letic fields. Joseph Donahue of Cambridge won sev­ eral broadcast awards. Easton Town board announced an open forum on Town Government for April 2. North Hebron Book Club celebrated 90 years as a club with a luncheon and ex­ change of books. Saratoga Chamber of Commerce issued a warning about phone scams. April 15 issue Area FFA students tour New Holland plant in Pennsylvania and the Amish coun­ try as guests of Capital Tractor in Greenwich. Southern Adirondack BOCES students won the Regional III trophy. Several of the students were from Argyle, Greenwich and Salem. Sandra McClellan had an article printed in Adirondack Life about local area old book stores. A trailer fire on Kilbum Road in Cossa- yuna claimed the lives of two adults and three children. They were John C. Waite, Continued from page 6 Jr., 41,Cheiyl Jasper, 38„ Amber Jasper, 11, Autumn Waite, 5, and Tyler Watte, 3. Seventh annual sheep and fiber tour an­ nounced for ApriS 24 an J 25. Two seats on she Greenwich Bojsrd of Education arc to be filled at the May 1$ meeting, by vote o f residents. Slight rise in Village of Greenwich taxes predicted; The board held its organization meeting on April 13 and appointments were made to the various positions and commit­ tee heads. The Town Board of Greenwich passed the Mobile Home Isw, Land Use planning meeting was rescheduled. The Lower River Tackle Shop in Salem held a grand opening on April 3. Elementary school announced the win­ ners of their spelling bee. Cambridge sought to have a new post office located in the center of Cambridge. People object to the government's site plan and provided some ideas. Area firemen battled several fires in­ cluding the wind fellings tree which ignited a brush fire in Cossayuna. The sentencing of former village clerk in Schuylerville was postponed until May. Sfes admitted to stealing $72,686 from the village. Schuylerville school issued report on state report card results. Exit 14 was approved as the route to the National Cemetery. The Victory Specialty Packaging plant in Victory held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the installation of a $3 million M?n Roland printing, press and a $1 million Sugano gluer. April 22 issue County Young Republicans formed a club. Bob Henderson plamted to reopen the bowling alley at Roiute 29 and 40 junction, to be known as Mender's. The Greenwich Fire Department an­ nounced the purchase of m nutomaieci ex­ ternal defibrillator. Hsirold Spiezio named Elk of the Year. The Community Choral society held their annual spring conceit at the Cambridge United Presbyterian Church. Andrew Isom «of Salem presented an emergency storage plan for supplies of food and water to the Salem Town Board. Pam­ phlets were made available. The Argyle Lauiifill elosv.re was to be completed shortly. The Victory Specialty Packaging piani in Victory will gain an edge in their fieid with their new press and gluer equipment Saratoga Count/ Family Court Judge Thomas D. Nólan, Jr. was endorsed unani­ mously by the Cowaty Republican Commit­ tee to be a candidate in the Fourth Judicial District for Justice of the State Supreme Court Richard Aulisi, an attorney from Clifton Park, was also endorsed. The 1999 Chronology cQtitomes osi page 8 Name Are you missing out on the1 Our Century Sequence? Did you miss buying a copy shut-in by weather or illness? Su bscribe to The Joumtd-Press and have it deHvered t o y o u r cfoar each w eek 1 y e a r iw C o m t y $2400 includes Schaghticcke and Schuylerville E lsew h e re - $2 7 00 Mailing Address_ Town State . Zip Mail with payment to: The Joumai-Press, P.O. Box ISSjGmawicii, NY 12334 N Y S C A N The OBiy way to cover All New York State with a classified ad... I f s so easy! fcWKrrxRNf Entire' State 5400°° YOUR *25-WOKD CLASSIFIED AD WELL RUN IN 211 WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS IN NEW YORK STATE C ITIES AND TOWNS The state is divided into 3 regions. 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