7 SPORTS TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2019 | | THE BALTIMORE SUN NFL ■ ■ ● LEGAL NOTICES CARROLL COUNTY FORECLOSURE PP BB IICC NNOO TTIICCEE OO FF IICCEE OOFF BBOO AARRDD && CCOO MMMMIISSSSIIOONN SS IITTEECC TTUURRAALL && EENN GGIINN GG AAWWAARRDD CCOO MMMMIISSSSIIOONN MMEEEETTIINN GG AA uu gg 1144,, 220011 99 –– 22::4455 PP..MM.. A meeting of the Architectural & Engineering Awards Commission (AEAC) will be held on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 2:45 P.M. at City Hall, located at 100 Holliday St, Baltimore, MD 21202 (Room 215) in theBoard of Estimates Chambers. If you require special accommodations to attend or participate in the AEAC Meeting, please contact the Office of Boards and Commissions at (410) 396-6883. The following projects will be considered for award: PROJECT NUMBER(S) 1. 11 99 - ON-CALL PROCESS CONTROL AND SCADA ENGINEERING SER VICES 2. 11 00 - ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES – WATER TUNNEL SHAFT CON STRUCTION 3. 11 00 DRUID PARK LAKE DRIVE COMPLETE STREET DESIGN EFFORTS SS nn cceerree ll DD ee ee JJ CC ii ff OOffffiiccee ooff BBooaarrddss aanndd CCoommmmiissssiioonnss 6401046 8/10, 8/11, 8/12, 8/13, 8/14/2019 UU LL MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT AIR AND RADIATION ADMINISTRATION Self Storage Zone will sell at public auction under Maryland Lien Laws for nonpayment of rent and fees for immediate removal Saturday, August 17, 2019 @ 5:00pm and on such succeeding days and times as may be necessary at storage auction website www.StorageTreasures.com the contents of the following self-storage units 1095 Rhonda Putman, 2042 Levi Harvin, 2156 Chevelle Robinson, 2207 Matthew Rosenberger, 2542 Robyn Mills, 2625 Glenford Brown. Self Storage Zone reserves the right to refuse any bid or cancel the auction for any reason. FF SS AA RR CC HH EEEERRIINN uusstt SS NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PART 70 OPERATING PERMIT, OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN COMMENTS OR TO REQUEST A PUBLIC HEARING The Department of the Environment, Air and Radiation Administration (ARA) has completed its review of the application for a renewal Part 70 Operating Permit submitted by the Wheelabrator Baltimore, LP, located in Baltimore, MD. The facility consists of three (3) large mass burn waterwall municipal waste combustors (MWC) each rated at 750 tons per day. 22 66 33 22 33 77- ii yy,, ooyyccee ,, nnaa hh ee Lung Cancer? And Age 60+? You And Your Family May Be Entitled To Significant Cash Award. Call 844-591-5210 for information. No Risk. No Money Out of Pocket. The applicant is represented by: Mr. Austin Pritchard, Plant Manager Wheelabrator Baltimore, LP 1801 Annapolis Road Baltimore, MD 21230 YOUR PERFECT The Department has prepared a draft Part 70 Operating Permit for review and is now ready to receive public comment. A docket containing the draft permit, application, supporting documentation and fact sheet is available for review. Ask for Docket #24-510-1886 at the following locations during normal business hours: HIRE Enoch Pratt Free Library Washington Village Branch 856 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21230-2344 Maryland Department of the Environment Air and Radiation Administration 1800 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, Maryland 212301720 IS WAITING Interested persons may submit written comments or request a public hearing on the draft permit. Written comments must be received by the Department no later than 30 days from the date of this notice. Requests for a public hearing must be submitted in writing and must also be received by the Department no later than 30 days from the date of this notice. Extend your reach. Access customized technology. Simplify your search. Comments and requests for a public hearing will be accepted by the Department if they raise issues of law or material fact regarding applicable requirements of Title V of the Clean Air Act, and/or regulations implementing the Title V Program in Maryland found in COMAR. baltsun.com/jobs A Request for public hearing shall include the following: 1) The name, mailing address, and telephone number of the person making the request; 2) The names and addresses of any other persons for whom the person making the request if representing; and 3) The reason why a hearing is requested, including the air quality concern that forms the basis for the request and how this concern relates to the person making the request. All written comments and requests for a public hearing should be directed to the attention of Ms. Shannon Heafey, Air Quality Permits Program, Air and Radiation Administration, 1800 Washington Boulevard Suite 720, Baltimore, Maryland 21230-1720. Further information may be obtained by calling Ms. Shannon Heafey at (410) 537-4433.
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