Page 34 The Dundalk Eagle July 23, 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 BALTIMORE COUNTY BOARD OF LIQUOR LICENSE COMMISSIONERS TOWSON, MARYLAND 21204 410-887-3191 FAX 410-887-3970 NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA FORSYTH COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION 16 CVD 5228 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAVE FILED APPLICATION TO SELL BEER, WINE AND/ OR LIQUOR AT THE LOCATION STATED: PATSY BEASLEY Plaintiff 4040 BEACH ROAD, LLC VS. 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) MARIO BEASLEY Defendant TO: MARIO BEASLEY 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# TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above-entitled action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: Complaint for Absolute Divorce. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than 1 September 2020, and upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. MONDAY: August 3, 2020 PUBLISHER: Avenue Newspaper This the 10th day of July, 2020. BOARD OF LIQUOR LICENSE COMMISSIONERS FOR BALTIMORE COUNTY Patsy Lucinda Beasley Plaintiff 3709 Stoney Glen Drive Winston-Salem, N.C. 27107 (336) 287-5648 2804 MUNSTER RD. PARKVILLE, MARYLAND 21234 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 Publish dates: 23 July 2020, 30 July 2020, and 6 August 2020 JAY EDWARDS & ASSOCIATES, LLC 410-569-4125 or 800-992-9045 WWW.JAYEDWARDSAUCTION.COM 2913126 DE 7/23,7/30,8/6/2020 2909609 AVE/DE 7/9,7/16,7/23/2020 Begin a Recycling Campaign The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 70% of American waste can be recycled, but only 30% will make its way to a reuse facility. facility to discover which types of materials are acceptable, then conduct a waste audit regarding how your household waste can be donated. If you’re unsure where the closest recycling center is to you, check out the helpful website recyclingcenters.org to search by ZIP code. Through research, you can find bins in your area where you can drop off your recyclables or bring them to a facility in person. You may be rewarded for your contribution with financial reimbursement. When your family commits to a recycling campaign at home, your contributions to a greener planet are staggering. Check out these statistics from the EPA to inspire your efforts. • One ton of recycled paper can lead to the saving of 17 trees and 7,000 gallons of water • Americans throw away about 28 billion bottles and jars each year • In 2015, the Container Recycling Institute estimates that 36 billion aluminum cans found in landfills had a scrap value of more than $600 million Getting started on reusing and recycling is a compelling journey in which the whole family can participate. What Happens to Your Recyclables? According to EcoCycle, by recycling about 30% of our waste per year, Americans save the equivalent of 11.9 billion gallons of gasoline. But, what exactly happens to our recyclables after they are sorted at a multi-reuse facility? • Plastic bottles are used for carpet, clothing, auto parts and new bottles. • Paper is recycled into new paper; typically it can be reused up to seven times. • Aluminum cans are reused for the same purpose and can be recycled an indefinite number of times. Find Your Local Facility Get Organized at Home recycling facility will accept, you can organize your efforts at home to make the process simpler. Start by sorting waste Using recycled cans produces 95 percent less air pollution and 97 percent less water contamination. in separate containers and scheduling pickup or dropoff dates that work with your weekly routine. The first step of learning about recycling is understanding your local center’s policies. Visit the Once you discover the types of items your local
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