Page 34 The Dundalk Eagle July 16, 2020 PUBLIC NOTICES To settle the Estate of Marilyn Screen PUBLIC ESTATE AUCTION- CUB HILL/CARNEY AREA 2 STORY BRICK HOME & CARPORT 4 BEDROOMS, 2 ½ BATHS .73 +/- ACRE LOT BACKS TO STREAM PLUS REMAINING HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, TOOLS, COLLECTIBLES, GLASSWARE & MORE TO BE SOLD IN THE ENTIRETY FRIDAY, JULY 24, 2020 @ 11AM PUBLIC AUCTION- NOTTINGHAM, MD 2 BEDROOM, 1½ BATH 2 STORY TOWNHOME NEAR WHITE MARSH THURSDAY, JULY 16TH, 2020 @ 11AM BALTIMORE COUNTY BOARD OF LIQUOR LICENSE COMMISSIONERS TOWSON, MARYLAND 21204 410-887-3191 FAX 410-887-3970 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAVE FILED APPLICATION TO SELL BEER, WINE AND/ OR LIQUOR AT THE LOCATION STATED: 4040 BEACH ROAD, LLC Bobby Holderby of t/a The Sandpiper Inn 4040-4042 Beach Rd. Baltimore, MD 21222. Application for transfer of Class D (on sale) Beer, Wine, Liquor License from Pearl Goralski, Personal Representative for the Estate of Jack Hofer and The Sandpiper Inn. (1:00 p.m.) (15) HEARING UPON THE APPLICATION ABOVE WILL TAKE PLACE VIA WEBEX, DUE TO COVID-19 AND GOVERNOR HOGAN’S EXECUTIVE ORDER. ANYONE WISHING TO ATTEND THE HEARING SHOULD DIAL IN TO WEBEX NUMBER 1-240-454-0887 ACCESS CODE 732 237 119# MONDAY: August 3, 2020 18 STILLWOOD CIRCLE, NOTTINGHAM, MD 21236 CALL OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO, TERMS, & PHOTOS PUBLISHER: Avenue Newspaper BOARD OF LIQUOR LICENSE COMMISSIONERS FOR BALTIMORE COUNTY 2804 MUNSTER RD. PARKVILLE, MARYLAND 21234 JAY EDWARDS & ASSOCIATES, LLC 410-569-4125 or 800-992-9045 WWW.JAYEDWARDSAUCTION.COM Call or visit our website for more info., terms & photos. Charles Klein, Chairman Susan Green, Member Thomas Kaiser, Member Beverly Arkins & Vernon S. Deickman, PR’s in the Estate 2912252 AVE/DDE 7/16,7/23/2020 2909604 AVE/DE 7/2,7/9,7/16/2020 JAY EDWARDS & ASSOCIATES, LLC 410-569-4125 or 800-992-9045 WWW.JAYEDWARDSAUCTION.COM PUBLIC NOTICES YOUR LEGAL RIGHT TO KNOW 2909609 AVE/DE 7/9,7/16,7/23/2020 Inspect Appliances While landlords generally cover the cost of failed appliances, ensuring they are in working order can save on utilities and prevent a breakdown during an inconvenient time. the equipment, look for an Energy Star logo; this shows that the appliances are built to operate efficiently. Dishwasher While dishwashers offer incredible convenience, failure can lead to extensive water damage. Look around the base of a dishwasher for signs of leaks or soft spots on the floor. It’s essential to show the landlord, so you avoid penalization for pre-existing conditions. These handy appliances may also increase the risk of fire. The National Fire Protection Association reports that dishwashers were involved in 1,130 home structure fires between 2006-2010. When taking a walkthrough, look at manufacturer build dates and test all the appliances to ensure they are without fault. Unless you are familiar with testing equipment, ask a property manager about the history of repairs and maintenance records. If they are willing, consider hiring a qualified technician to provide peace of mind through inspections. This small investment may expose flaws that will severely inhibit your convenience while you wait for repair. Electrical System Throughout the property, flip the light switches in each room and test the performance of ceiling fans. If the apartment is furnished, make sure to check fixtures like lamps to ensure the outlets are working correctly. You should also make sure the circuit breaker is free of obstructions and clearly labeled. Ask the property manager about when the system was checked last. While it may be challenging to test the entirety of the electrical system before you move in, it’s imperative to tell the landlord quickly about anything you see. Heating and Air Air conditioning and heating systems not only provide us comfort; without them, our safety is at stake. To increase efficiency, the United States Department of Energy recommends replacing HVAC equipment that is 1015 years old. If the build date on the appliances exceeds this timeline, prepare for a failure or increased utility bills. When you’re analyzing
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