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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, March 24, 2016 Page 7 Continued from page 1 Sawyer, Terry Vencil, and Matt Jordan were appoint- ed to the Planfiing Commission. Councilman Jason Kilgore asked for consider- at/on to hire a Project Consultant to handle multi- ple projects. Following discussion, the request was referred to the Budget Committee. Also referred to the Budget Committee was a request for lighting around Oxbow Lake, and to purchase two new lawn- mowers. Councilman Salyer dis- cussed the condition of the Shopping center where Rose's, Riverside Clinic, Rite-Aid, and Dollar General are located. He provided pictures of the poor lighting, untrimmed shrubbery, and trash throughout the shopping center. A motion was passed unanimously direct-: ingMayor Fletcher to write: a letter to the property~ owner concerning mainte- nance of the shopping cen-: ter property. AARP praises House action on Older Americans Act reauthorization bill AARP applauds the U.S. House of Representatives today for passing long-awaited bipartisan legislation to reauthorize the Older Americans Act (OAA). The House passed an amended version of S. !92, legislation that passed unanimously in the Senate last July. "AARP appreciates the bipartisan work of the House of Representatives in passing the Older Americans Act reauthorization. AARP urges the Senate to quickly pass this bill," said AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins. "It has been four years since the OAA was reauthorized and millions of our most vulnerable older Americans depend on the programs and services that the OAA helps to fund. These programs and services allow people to live longer with independence in their own homes and communities. "We would especially like to thank Chairman John Kline and Ranking Member Bobby Scott on the House Education and Workforce Committee for their leadership and resolve to get the OAA passed," continued Jenkins. Scott represents the 3rd Congressional District in Virginia. This OAA reauthorization bill safeguards essential programs and services that assist, protect, nourish and sustain older Americans, and promotes their dignity and independence in a fiscally responsible way. The OAA helps save precious federal and state tax dollars by keep- ing older Americans out of nursing homes and preventing unnecessary hospital readmissions. Since it was enacted into law in 1965, millions of at- risk older Americans have relied On the services provided by the OAA for their health and financial security. These~ services help older Americans live independently by: i" Supporting nutrition programs, including Meals-off, Wheels; Pr.oviding home and community-based services;, including preventive health services and transportationI assistance; Assisting family caregivers with information an ti referral, counseling and respite care; Preventing and detecting elder abuse; and Providing part-time community service employment and training, including the Senior Community Employment Program (SCSEP), which has helped more than 1 million older Americans enter the workforce. sell, notify, employ, through... ! We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Virginia's and HUD's equal opportunity hous- ing policies. Virginia's fair housing law makes it illegal to adver- tise any preference, limitation or dis- crimination based on race, color, reli- gion, national ori- gin, sex, elderly- ness, familial status or handicap. 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 about Virginia's Fair Housing Law or to file a fai . housing complaint, call the Virginia Fair Housing Office at (804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) 551-3247. For the hearing impaired, call (804) 527- 4290. Mobile Homes for Rent FOR RENT: mobile homes, located in St. Paul. 3BR 1BA 12x65; 2BR 2BA 14x70; References and deposit. No pets. Call 276-762-7159. 10-22-tfncg Real Estate FOR SALE: 11.2 acres, double wide, detached garage, Dungannon, VA Call 602-565-4679. 3 - 17 -4tcg Help Wanted THE TOWN OF ST. PAUL is now accepting applica- tions for lifeguards, pool manager, and concessions man- ager of the St. Paul pool. All applica- tions must be received in the Town Hall by 4:00 pm on April 15. Qualified appli- cants must possess certification in life- guard training as well as CPR train- ing. Applications may be obtained at the Town Hall. Any questions regarding certifica- tions, please con- tact the Town Hall at 276-762-5297. The ;Fown of St. Paul is an equal opportunity employer. 3-24-1tcgL Miscellaneous for Sale CARPETS AND RUGS. Free esti- mates on any size job. For all flooring needs. Big M, 762- 5956. 5-6-tfncgL Ad Network We are praying for a newborn to love. Open hearted, lov- ing couple wishing you would call .... Authorized Medical/Legal expenses paid. Call Lisa & Frank 1- 855-236-7812. Loving happy cou- ple wishes to adopt a newborn to share their home and a wonderful future filled with love. 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Plants, Lilies, 32 Species Available. Free Catalog. Delivery or Pick- Up. Zetts Fish Hatchery, 878 Hatchery Road, Inwood, WV 25428 (304) 229-3654 www.zettsfish- Join Our Team! Chesterfield County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services Employmen't Opportunities 804- 743-2390 We are currently accepting applications for: Substitute Food Service Associates Apply via the CCPS website at http://mychester- Complete job description and application proce- dures are available on the website, EOE/M/F/D Can You Dig It? Heavy Equipment Operator Career! Memorial Park Mausoleum Tower of Faith Value $5800. Asking $2500. 276-#71-114# The Learn/n# Center Accep#n# TeacherApp/ica#ons The Leami ] Center, an inter denomi- na#onal Chds an school l cofod in Ces#ewood, VA is accepting al iica#on$ for e/ementeo, and high school/eaohem for/ha 201 2017 academic year. Employment lioa#ons are awi ble at or may be l oked up at The Learning Center, l l7 Rejok e Lane, Ces#e d, VA Dea ine lot appllca#ons Monday, April l I. For more informaHon please oall 276-762-5700 or e-mail /helearnin#centerOO@yahoo. com. CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH, tl~tt~ltECrffA ol~rrt$ AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS CMCSB is currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization. Qualifications for these positions vary, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Oip!oma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, and Master's Degree positions. Please visit our website at for more information on our organization, and to view details of employment opportunities. CMCSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We Offer Training cation. Financial and Certificationsaid if qualified. 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Discontinued Styles now up to $40 off per pair, Big M Store 762-5956 Stonebriar Accepting Applications Newly renovated I and 2 bedroom units Rent Imsed on income Smoke free property Utilities paid Apply at Wise Connty RedeveIopmenl & Housing A~thoritj central office at 107 Litchfield Street NW Coeburn, VA 24230 395-6104, 762-5624 or 762-0222 li I cvtimes completion time Homes & Garages twenty-one days. END YEAR END Telephone inquiries BLOW OUT., welcome - no obli- Cancelled orders gation. Hilton MUST GO. Make Oliver, Attorney. offer on remaining 757-490-0126. Se 16x24, 20x26, Habla Espafiol. 25x30, 30x40, 40x50 CALL NOW STEEL BUILD- 7 5 7 - 3 0 1 - 8 8 8 5 INGS Perfect for Heather VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION REPORT The following jobs are available through the Norton Virginia Employment Commission: #762760 - Security Guard - Clintwood #3739768- LPNs - Jonesville #737123- Security Guard - Norton #768320- Temporary Production Worker Duffield #742651- Utility Worker - Kingsport #730760 -Private Duty LPNs Southwestern Virginia #739768 - CNAs -Jonesville #691310- Substance Abuse Treatmen Provider- Norton #727548 - Customer Service Agent I - Wise #759347 Customer Service Representative -Duffield #755151 - Housekeeping - Norton #755132 - Server - Norton #762444 - Office Clerk - Gate City #730862 - General Laborer - Southwest VA & Tri-Cities #767559 - Front Desk Receptionist - Big Stone Gap #768272 - Heavy Equipment Operator Southwest VA & Tri-Cities #768'751 - Concrete Finisher - Southwe~, VA & Tri-Cities #768754 - Concrete Form Carpenter - Southwest VA & Tri-Cities #768306 - CDL A Truck Driver - Southwest VA & Tri-Cities #758622 - Personal Care Aide - Local Counties For more details on these and other current job orders, visit the Virginia Workforce Connection website,, come by the Norton local office of the V-lrginia Employment Commission at 1725 Park Avenue, SW, send an email to Norton@, or call 276-679-9413 II Tim fi