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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thu'rsday, April 6, 2017 Pageff Delegate Pillion certified for re-election by LDC chair by Todd Pillion I have been certified to run for re-election by the Fourth District Republican Legislative District Chairman. It is a true blessing to represent the people and the communities of the Fourth District. I appreciate the trust and support that the people have placed in me to serve them as their Delegate. Since I first ran for this office in 2014, we have worked to make progress on the issues that matter most to us in Southwest Virginia--creating jobs, building the economy, and fighting the prescription drug epidemic. I want Southwest Virginia to be a place where our children can stay and earn a decent living, raise their families, and have a bright future. That is why I am run- ning for re-election. As a pediatric dentist operating my own practice, I have been an advocate to protect small businesses from overregulation and higher taxes and fees. Creating an environment where existing businesses can thrive and expand is just as essential as attracting new opportunities to the area and encouraging people to start their own busi- ness. During the legislative session this year, I led General Assembly efforts to combat the prescription drug epidem- ic in Virginia. The work on this legislative package began last year through a collaboration with stakeholders includ- ing House leadership, local and regional prevention orga- nizations, state agencies, local officials, addiction special- ists, law enforcement, educators, medical professionals, and individuals in recovery. The legislative package included six bills that passed the House of Delegates and Senate of Virginia unanimously. I was the sponsor of legislation creating the Virginia Coalfields Expressway Authority. The authority will be instrumental in working with local, state, and federal part- ners to plan for the development of the Coalfields ---The Roost--- Continued from Page l Expressway. The authority could als0 serve as a mecha- nism to help identify available federal infrastructure do'l-": lars. Additionally, I introduced legislation extending local gas severance tax and a bill creating the Virginia" Coal Train Heritage Authority which would explore opportunities to build upon tourism efforts in Russell, Dickenson, and Wise counties. I was also the chief co< patron of legislation to fast track the construction of mtd< tiple hydro pump storage facilities in the coalfield count; ties which would create jobs and new revenue for locali-" ties. It is a privilege and an honor to represent you in the. Virginia House of Delegates If you have any questions or if my office can be 'assistance in any way, please do not hesitate to contact at (276) 220-1209. :;, i'7,, people, including cousins Lacy Smith and Stannie Ford. Lacy was unmarried when she started this busi- ness and as such she encountered some stonewalling when she applied for a bank loan. The banker insisted on con- siderable collateral, more than would have been required if a man had been applying for the same loan. Fortunately the business prospered and Lacy took great pleasure in paying off her loan early - deliberately using $100 bills to do so. The smiling banker told Lacy it had been a pleasure doing' business with her, and she replied "That's good, because it's the last business you'll ever get from me." And so it was. Gotcha! Irene Casteel and Icie Williams were employed by Lacy and Stannie to work at The Roost. Duties were not sharply defined. Everyone did what needed doing at that particular moment, especially when the place was bustling. An occupational hazard was the unwelcome advances of male customers. In those days, waitresses were Buy, sell, notify, employ, through... We are pledged to cants must possess the letter and spirit certification in life- of Virginia's and guard training as HUD's equal well as CPR train- opportunity hous- ing. Applications ing policies. Virginia's fair may be obtained at housing law makes the Town Hall. it illegal to adver- Any questions tise any preference, regarding certifica- limitation or dis-tions, please con- crimination based tact the Town Hall on race, color, reli- at 276-762-5297. gion, national ori- The Town of St. gin, sex, elderly-Paul is an equal ness, familial status or handicap. This o p p o r t u n i t y newspaper will notemployer. knowingly accept 4-6-ltcgL advertising for real estate that violates Miscellaneous the fair housing for Sale law. Our readers are hereby informed that all F O U R C E M E - dwellings adver- TERY LOTS For tised in this news- Sale at Temple Hill paper are available Cemetery. $1,000 on an equal oppor-each Or Best Offer. tunity basis. For Call 467-2562 or more information 467-1425. about Virginia's 3-23-4tpd Fair Housing Law or to file a fair housing complaint, Services call the Virginia Fair Housing COREY' S LAWN Office at (804) 367- CARE, LLC 8530. Toll free call Offering lawn care, (888) 551-3247. landscaping, tree For the hearing service and hard- impaired, call (804) 527-4290. scaping for 13 years. Licensed & Insured. Call for free estimates (276) 971 1952 m/coreyslawncare- andhardscapes 3-16-4tcg Mobile Homes for Rent FOR RENT: mobile homes, 3 BR. Located in St. Paul, VA Reference and deposit required. No pets. Call 276-762-7159. PUBLIC NOTICE 12-1 -tfncg The St. Paul Planning Help Wanted Commission and St. Paul Town THE TOWN OF Council will con- ST. PAUL is now duct a joint public accepting applica- hearing at 5:45 tions for lifeguards, p.m., on Monday, pool manager, and April 17, 2017, at concessions man- the Paul council ager of the St. Paul chambers, 16531 pool. All applica- Russell Street, St. tions must be Paul. Pursuant to received in the Chapter 22, Town Hall by 4:00 Sections 15.2-2204 pm on April 18. and 15.2-2225 of Qualified appli- the Code of Notice Virginia, the Planning Commission and Town Council invite public com- ment on the pro- posed 5-year review and update of the St. Paul Comprehensive Plan. The public is invited to attend. 3-30-2tcgL Notice TRUSTEE'S SALE OF 3524 FAIRFAX ROAD, COEBURN. VA 24230. In execution of a certain Deed of Trust dated March 25, 2013, in the original principal amount of $243 .000.00 recorded in the Clerk's Office, Circuit Court for Wise County, Virginia as Instrument No. 201301053 The undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction in the front of the Circuit Court build- ing for Wise County and the City of Norton, 206 East Main Street, Wise. Virginia on May 8, 2017 , at 5:00 PM, the prop- erty described in said Deed of Trust, located at the above address, and more particularly described as fol- lows: ALL THAT 2.16 ACRE TRACT OR PAR- CEL OF LAND, WITH IMPROVE- MENTS THERE- ON SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN THE LIPPS MAGISTE- RIAL DISTRICT OF WISE COUN- TY, VIRGINIA, AND BEING FLIR- T H E R DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING A NEW LINE AT AN IRON PIN IN THE NORTHERN EDGE OF FAIR- FAX ROAD, STATE ROUTE 832; THENCE WITH THE JAMES HALL LINE N 11 58" 50" W 30.00 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 78 DEGREES 01" 10" E 50.98 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 81 DEGREES 49" 00" E 52.65 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE S 85 DEGREES 20" 50" E 161.01 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE S 82 DEGREES 11" 20" E 201.68 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE S 74 DEGREES 21" 20" E 206.93 FEET TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE AND CORNER WITH JAMES HALL LINE AND FRED GREEAR LINE THEN WITH FRED GREEAR LINE S 6 DEGREES 00" 00" W 303. 90 FEET TO AN IRON PIN, CORNER WITH GREEAR AND JAMES HALL; THENCE A NEW LINE N 75 DEGREES 18" 10" w 270.85 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 41 DEGREES 54" 40" E 77.22 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 16 DEGREES 56" 00" W 156.13 FEET TO A LOCUST; THENCE N 46 DEGREES 12" 50" W 75.75 FEET TO A LUCUST; THENCE N 66 DEGREES 26" 20" CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH, INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS CMCSB is currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization. Qualifications for these positions yaw, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree and licensed positions. Please visit our webstte at for more information on our organization, and to view details of employment opportunities~ CMCSB is an Equal Opportunity Emptoyer~ expected to either ignore this rudeness, or say, "Oh, Hahaha - you're such a card!" But it's likely some of the more persistent cads were "accidentally" doused with hot coffee - or gravy. In St. Paul's energetic post-war period, new and larger establishments on Riverside Drive supplanted the older diners and the Western Front's tired cafes. These contenders included the City Caf6 (built by Joe Hawkins), Ford's Cafr, the Royal Cafr, and Jimmie's Restaurant. The latter was operated by Jimmie and Nell Tompkins and well- known, for its good food and lively political discus- sion. The smaller establish- ments gradually declined and took on the charactei ' of roadhouses. It was a matter of survival!' Unfortunately, just a few loud drunks are all it takest ~.(r to give a place a bad nam Inevitably, ' custome s began to stay away. .,. Except for yellowil i, old photographs, no trace TM of any of these placdse remains today. -, W 69.99 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 85 DEGREES 20" 50" W 152.64 FEET TO A HICKORY" THENCE S 8 1 DEGREES 49" 00" W 48.27 FEET TO AN IRON PIN IN EDGE OF FAIR- FAX ROAD. STATE ROUTE 832: THENCE WITH SAID ROAD S 78 DEGREES 01" 10" W 50 FEET TO THE POINT BEGINI ING AND CONTAINING 2.16 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bid- der's deposit of ten percent (10%) of the sale price or ten percent (10%) of the original princi- pal balance of the subject Deed Of Trust, whichever is lower, in the form of cash or certified. funds payable to the Substitute Trustee must be present at the time of the sale. The bal- ance of the pur- chase price will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Purchaser's deposit may be forfeited to Trustee. Time is of the essence. If the sale is set aside for any reason,the Purchaser at the sale shall be enti- tled to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser may, if provided by the terms of the Trustee 's Memorandum of Foreclosure Sale, be entitled to a $50 cancellation fee from the Substitute Trustee. but shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attor- ney. Additional terms to be announced at the sale. A form copy of the Trustee's memorandum of foreclosure sale and contract to pur- chase real property is available for viewing at m. This is a com- munication from a debt collector and any information obtained will be used for that pur- pose. The sale is subject to seller confirmation. Substitute Trustee: Equity Trustees, LLC, 2101 Wilson Blvd.. Suite 402, Arlington, VA 22201. For more information con- VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION REPORT The following jobs are available through the Norton Virginia Employment Commission! #1024991- Tractor Trailer Driver Lebanon #1027032- Housekeeper - Big Stone Gap #1027650- General Laborer - Wise #1027075- LPN - Norton #1027079- RN- Norton #102323 - Direct Support Professional East Stone Gap #1027959- Site Data Collector/CAN or MA- Stonega #1027057-Office Clerk Clintwood #1027056- Truck Driver - Clintwood #1025491- Transit Operations Director Big Stone #1025661- Program Director- Big Stone #1025677-Superintendent of Schools Norton #1025686- Finance Supervisor- Norton #1027018 - Construction Laborer- Big Stone Gap #1027019- Carpenter- Big Stone Gaps For more details on these and other current job orders, visit the Virginia Workforce Connection website,, come by the Norton local office of the Virginia Employment Commission at 1725 Park Avenue, SW, send an email to Norton@, or call 276-679-9413 I . tact: BWW Law Group, LLC, attor- neys for Equity Trustees, LLC, 6003 Executive Blvd, Suite 101, Rockville, MD 20852, 301-961- 6555, website: m. 4-6-2tcgL Ad Network I " L'" f FOR LOCAL/Oq R! DRIVERS'~' $40,000-$50,00W 1ST Year! 4-wks or= 10 Weekends for5 CDL. Veterans in Demand! Richmond/Frederic ksburg 800-243- 1 6 0 0 ; Lynchburg/Roanok e 800-614-6500; F r o n t Royal/Winchester 800-454-1400 80+ Purebred Angus females sell- ing at Virginia Beef Expo in Harrisonburg, VA on April 13th at 11:30 a.m. For info call 540-421-8341 DIVORCE Uncontested, $395 + $86 court cost: No court appear- ance. Estimated, completion time twenty-one da3;s-2 Telephone ...... lnqutnes welcome - no obli--: gation. Hilt~ Oliver, Attorney. 757-490-0126. Habla Espafiol. ..;, FREON Rid" WANTED: We PICK UP and pay CASH for R12. AIRLINE MECHANIC TRAINING - Get FAA certification to fix planes. Approved for mili- tary benefits. Financial Aid if qualified. Job placement assis- tance. Call Avifition Cylinders or case of cans. EPA certified. Institute of (312) 291-9169; : Maintenance 877- se!l@refriger z 204-4130 CDL TRAINING ,i J in the CLINCH VALLEY TIMES Stonebriar Accepting ApplicaHons Newly renovated 1 and 2 bedroom units Rent based on income Smoke free properW l[Sfi lities pa:id Apply at Wise Cour ty Redevelopme~xt & Housing Authoriw eemral office at 107 Litehfield Street NW Coeblxrn., VA 24230 Catl 395--6104, 762--5624 or 762-0222