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Legal Notices For August 24, 2015

 


STATE OF

North CAROLINA

COUNTY OF

Transylvania

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK

FILE NO. 15-E-215

EXECUTOR’S - ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE

Having qualified as Personal Representative of the Estate of Grace M. McNeely of Transylvania County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the Estate of Grace M. McNeely to present them to the undersigned on or before November 3, 2015, or the claim will be forever barred thereafter. All persons indebted to said estate, please make

immediate payment.

This the 3rd day of August, 2015.

William L. McNeely, Jr. Personal Representative c/o Ramsey & Pratt, P.A. 35 N Gaston Street Brevard, NC 28712

ATTORNEY:

Michael K. Pratt

Ramsey & Pratt, P.A.

35 N Gaston Street

Brevard, NC 28712

828-884-4113

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STATE OF

North CAROLINA

COUNTY OF

Transylvania

NOTICE TO

CREDITORS

Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of James H. Coleman, Jr., deceased, late of Laurens County, South Carolina, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 3rd day of November, 2015, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations indebted to said estate will make immediate payment.

This the 3rd day of August, 2015.

Ruth Tiller Coleman, Executor

Estate of James H. Coleman, Jr.

(Ancillary Administration)

240 Nottingham Road

Clinton, SC 29325

Jack W. Erter, Jr.

Lee, Erter, Wilson, Holler & Smith, LLC

Attorneys at Law

126 North Main Street

Post Office Box 580

Sumter, South Carolina 29150

Telephone: (803) 778-2471

Facsimile: (803) 778-1643

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NOTICE TO

CREDITORS

Having qualified as Personal Representative of the Estate of Winnie O. Kropelnicki of Transylvania County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the Estate of Winnie O. Kropelnicki to present them to the undersigned on or before November 3, 2015, or the claim will be forever barred thereafter. All persons indebted to said estate, please make immediate payment.

This the 3rd day of August, 2015.

Steven Kropelnicki, Administrator

c/o Steven Kropelnicki, P.C.

77 Central Avenue, Suite E

Asheville, NC 28801

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NOTICE OF

DISCHARGE OF UNTREATED SEWAGE

The City of Brevard experienced a discharge of untreated sewage from the sewer pump station located on Neely Road and occurred as a result of a sustained period of heavy rain. Collections System personnel were on call as periods of rain moved through the Brevard area and surrounding region on Wednesday, August 19, 2015. The Tennessee Valley Authority reported a total of 2.50” inches of precipitation were received in the Brevard area on this date. The discharge event occurred at approximately 3:28 PM on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 and continued for approximately 7 hours. Collections System and Maintenance Division personnel remained on duty and monitored pump speed and pressures during this event. Pump and haul personnel were able to capture 16 loads or 40,000 gallons of waste; and this amount was disposed of at the Waste Treatment Facility. The total amount resulted in 167,580 gallons discharged from the Neely Road site. The estimated volume reaching surface waters was approximately 127,580 gallons. The NC Division of Water Quality was notified of the occurrence and applicable required reporting forms were completed for the discharge event.

The City of Brevard continues to focus emphasis on protecting our natural resources by annually dedicating $100,000 towards an ongoing Inflow / Infiltration Reduction Program to eliminate rain-attributed sanitary sewer overflows (SSO’s) from broken or improperly attached sewer lines, cleanouts, roof drains, and sump pumps through repair and public education, and additionally through capital improvement projects. In addition, capital projects approved include upgrading 6” gravity sewer lines to 8” lines city wide. Funding has been approved by the NCDENR Division of Water Quality State Revolving Fund for Phase II of the Kings Creek rehabilitation including 8,500 lf of sewer mains and 38 manholes to be replaced; and 360 lf and 4 additional manholes at the Kings Creek Crossing along N. Broad Street. Funding was recently been approved for the Neely Road Pump Station Upgrade Project, Neely Road Force Main Replacement, and Flow Equalization Tank. Application for Phase III of the Kings Creek rehabilitation has been approved and award of funding is pending at this time. The State Revolving Fund provides funding resources for wastewater, drinking water and storm water infrastructure improvements throughout North Carolina.

The City of Brevard reminds all customers any discharge of storm water, surface water, ground water, roof runoff, and subsurface drainage connected to the city sewer system is a violation of the City Code of Ordinances. Customers uncertain of the soundness of their connection to the sewer system may call the City of Brevard Public Services, (828) 884-2171, to confirm if they have a broken cleanout or improperly attached roof drain or sump pump. This notice was required by North Carolina General Statutes Article 21 Chapter 143.215.C.

This the 20th day of August, 2015

Jim Fatland, City Manager

City of Brevard

95 W. Main Street

Brevard, NC 28712

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NOTICE OF

DISCHARGE OF UNTREATED SEWAGE

The City of Brevard experienced a discharge of untreated sewage from the sewer pump station located on Gallimore Road and occurred as a result of a sustained period of heavy rain. Collections System personnel were on call as periods of rain moved through the Brevard area and surrounding region on Wednesday, August 19, 2015. The Tennessee Valley Authority reported a total of 2.50” inches of precipitation were received in the Brevard area on this date. The discharge event occurred at approximately 3:35 PM on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 and continued for approximately 6 hours. Collections System and Maintenance Division personnel remained on duty and monitored pump speed and pressures during this event. The total amount resulted in 94,805 gallons discharged from the Gallimore Road site. The NC Division of Water Quality was notified of the occurrence and applicable required reporting forms were completed for the discharge event.

The City of Brevard continues to focus emphasis on protecting our natural resources by annually dedicating $100,000 towards an ongoing Inflow / Infiltration Reduction Program to eliminate rain-attributed sanitary sewer overflows (SSO’s) from broken or improperly attached sewer lines, cleanouts, roof drains, and sump pumps through repair and public education, and additionally through capital improvement projects. In addition, capital projects approved include upgrading 6” gravity sewer lines to 8” lines city wide. Funding has been approved by the NCDENR Division of Water Quality State Revolving Fund for Phase II of the Kings Creek rehabilitation including 8,500 lf of sewer mains and 38 manholes to be replaced; and 360 lf and 4 additional manholes at the Kings Creek Crossing along N. Broad Street. Funding was recently been approved for the Neely Road Pump Station Upgrade Project, Neely Road Force Main Replacement, and Flow Equalization Tank. Applic-ation for Phase III of the Kings Creek rehabilitation has been approved and award of funding is pending at this time. The State Revolving Fund provides funding resources for wastewater, drinking water and storm water infrastructure improvements throu-ghout North Carolina.

The City of Brevard reminds all customers any discharge of storm water, surface water, ground water, roof runoff, and subsurface drainage connected to the city sewer system is a violation of the City Code of Ordinances. Customers uncertain of the soundness of their connection to the sewer system may call the City of Brevard Public Services, (828) 884-2171, to confirm if they have a broken cleanout or improperly attached roof drain or sump pump. This notice was required by North Carolina General Statutes Article 21 Chapter 143.215.C.

This the 20th day of August, 2015

Jim Fatland, City Manager

City of Brevard

95 W. Main Street

Brevard, NC 28712

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STATE OF

North CAROLINA

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

COUNTY OF

TRANSYLVANIA

FILE NO. 15E231

EXECUTOR’S – ADMINISTRATOR’S

NOTICE

Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Jane Singletary Nicholson of Transylvania County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claim against the Estate of Jane Singletary Nicholson to present them to the undersigned on or before November 17, 2015 or the claim will be forever barred thereafter.

All persons indebted to said estate please make immediate payment.

Dated: August 17, 2015.

John Edward Nicholson

50 Knight Court

Brevard, NC 28712

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