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Wildlife Technicians Manage
Deer Stocking Program Here
BY LARRY HARTIS
With the demand for more
'and better deer hunting on
the increase, technicians from
the N.C. Wildlife Resources
' Commission will be involved
’in the continued stocking of
' deer in western North Caro
lina. Sources of the deer to be
' stocked are private land and
r;other lands not open to public
♦,hunting which are known to
excessive deer popula
j; tions. These areas include
; parts of Alleghany, Wilkes,
Avery, Burke, Caldwell, Mc
* ♦Dowell, Yancey. Mitchell and
U'Madison counties,
i's Excessive deer popula
tions in areas such as these
F pose a potential danger to
themselves as well as other
Armed Forces Report
J Navy Airman Apprentice
S Billy C. Higgins of Route 4,
I Burnsville has recently visited
>the United Kingdom while
»serving aboard the aircraft
jj carrier.USS Independence.
» His ship, homeported at
f Norfolk. Va., is currently
* deployed w ith the U.S. Sixth
i Fleet and he and his
\ shipmates are participating in
5a NATO training exercise.
* Titled "Ocean Safari”, the
{exercise involves 17,000 men
Taboard 65 ships from 15
* countries.
» Earlier in cruise.
J Higgins was designated a
•"Bluenose", a traditional
* nautical title earned by sailors
*who have crossed the Artie
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
PUBLIC NOTICE
REQUEST FOR BIDS
Because an insufficient
- number of bids was received
d'-for category 5) Communica
'♦tions Equipment for the
Burnsville Fire Department.
•fCthe Yancey County and Town
of Burnsville Community De
velopment Program is re
questing bids for a second
time (Gen. Stat. 143-129).
A list of the equipment is
available for inspection dur
ing business hours in the
Community Development of
fice located in the Old Town
Hall next to the Burnsville
Fire Department, Burnsville.
_N.C. Proposals should specify
•the time in which the contract
■is to be performed. Contracts
■will be awarded to the lowest
■responsible bidder.
I To be considered, propo-
■A light film of petroleum jelly assures easy gliding of cur-
Ctain rods, sliding doors and drapery tracks.
“RANCHETTES”
1-3 Acres in Green Mountain Estates located 5
miles north of Burnsville, Highway 197 North.
Good Roads, Phone, Electric, Water, Stocked Lake.
Reasonable Restrictions.
Buy the scenic homesite of your choice and let
us build a home of your choice. Log Homes, Leisure
Homes, etc. For information call Horton
Construction & Development Company after 7:00
p.m. at 682-6720 or 682-6211. We also have acreage
tracts and farms from 5 to 65 acres with owner
financing.
Happy A Jeu) Tear
From
HORTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
&
CAROLINA LOG HOMES
w ildlife species. Over popula
tions of deer can ruin forest
reproduction. Deer will often
damage seedlingsand sprouts
by heavy bWwsing thus
ruining this food source for
future use. Consequently
when this natural food source
fails, an overpopulated herd
may turn to agriculture crops
resulting in high crop depre
dation. In addition excessive
deer on a given range must
compete for the all important
mast crop. When the mast
crop is expended, there is less
food for turkey, grouse, bear,
raccoon, squirrel and other
species.
Deer from over popula
tions such as these are taken
from one area and transported
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Circle, while taking part in a
NATO exercise off the coast of
Norway.
A former student of Cane
River High School, he joined
the Navy in June 1974.
LEGAL NOTICE
sals must be accompanied by
a deposit of,cash, or a cashiers
check, or a certified check on
some bank or trust company
insured by the Federal Depo
sit Insurance Corporation in
aft amount equal to not less
than 5% of the proposal.
A bidder may file a bid
bond executed by a corporate
surety licensed under the laws
of North Carolina to execute
such bond in lieu of a deposit
of cash, cashiers check, or
certified check. Such deposit
or bid bond shall be condi
tioned as provided in N.C.
Gen. Stat. 143-129.
Bids will be opened on
January 12, 1976 at 2:00 p.m.
in the Old Town Hall. Please
submit bids in a sealed
container marked “Bids for
Communications Equip
ment." The Community De
velopment Program reserves
the right to reject any or all
bids received. Inquiries may
be made to 682-7117.
Jan. 1.1976 ch
to another, where the habitat
will be more favorable and
able to support them. In
addition to adequate habitat,
the stocking program needs
the cooperation and support
of the public. These are
important requirements as
the deer should be given a
reasonable chance to become
established. The release sites
this year are on Bluff
Mountain in Ashe County.
Sites are on game lands with
surrounding private farm
lands. The total number of
debr to be released is
approximately fifty. The hunt
ing season for them is
expected to be closed for five
years, allowing them to
become well established in
their new range.
■
Army Private Frank S.
Boone, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Boone of Micaville. N.C.,
recently completed an avion
ics communications equip
ment repair course at the ,
Army Signal, School. Ft.
Gordon. Georgia.
During the 22-week course
he learned to perform support
maintenance of airborne elec
tronic communications, iden
tification, and associated
ground equipment.
The private entered the
Army in March of this year
and was last stationed at Ft.
Jackson. S.C.
Pvt. Boone is a 1974
graduate of East Yancey High
School. Burnsville. His wfie,
Patricia, lives near the fort.
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF YANCEY
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in a
certain Deed of Trust execu
ted by Outdoor Wilderness
Living. Inc., a North Carolina
Corporation, to G.D. Bailey,
Trustee, dated 23 May 1975
and recorded in Yancey
County Mortgage Deed Book
74, pages 171-175, in the
office of the Register of Deeds
for Yancey County, default
having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured, and the said
Deed of Trust being, by the
terms thereof, subject to
foreclosure, and the holder of
the indebtedness thereby
secured having demanded a
foreclosure thereof for the
purpose of satisfying said
indebtedness, and / pursuant
To an Order of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Yancey
County dated 5 December
1975, the undersigned Trus
tee will offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder
for cash at the Courthouse
door in Burnsville, North
Carolina, at 12 o'clock noon
on 6 January 19)6 the land
conveyed in said Deed of
Trust, the same lying and
being in Prices Creek and
South Toe Townships, Yancey
County, North Carolina, and
more particularly described as
follows:
FIRST TRACT: Located in
Prices Creek Township, and
being Lot #7 of the James
Blankenship Estate, describ
ed as follows: BEGINNING on
a maple tree, Tom Maney's
corner, and runs with his line
N 85 W 1140 feet to a white
oak near a spring, the
southeast corner of Lot N 0.4,
and runs with the lines of Lot
No. 4, N 15 E 310 feet to a
dogv/ood, N 4 W 215 feet to a
chestnut tree, corner of Lot
No. 6; thence with the lines of
Lot N 0.6, N 62 E 260 feet, N
40 E 330 feet, N 20 E 200 feet
to a post; theirc? with Lot No.
6, East 1660 feet to the
southeast corner of Lot No. 6,
in the Johnston old line;
thence with said line S 16 E
680 feet to a sugar tree
formerly now a chestnut, the
southeast corner of Mrs.
Blankenship's home trace;
thence S 79 W with Clee
Metcalf’s line 500 feet, N 82
W 200 feet, S 85 W 320 feet to
a stake in one prong of Indian
Creek; thence S 60 W 409
feet to a chestnut; thence S 16
E 288 feet to the BEGIN
NING. containing 33 acres,
more or less. i
SECOND TRACT: Those
certain tracts or parcels of
land located in South Toe
Township, Yancey County,
North Caro’ina, described as
follows:
First: ( 1) BEGINNING on
a white oak, the beginning
corner of the old Avery
survey, and runs up and with
South Toe River 300 poles to a
stake in the north line of the
said Avery survey; thence
north with said old line to the
south bank of said river to
J.P. Gibbs' line of a piece of
land bought from John W.
Robinson; thence a west
course with said J.P. Gibbs’
line to the BEGINNING,
containing 60 acres, more or
less.
EXCEPTING, however,
from the above-described
tract of land such portion of
said tract as may have been
included in a Deed from W.J.
Thomas to Joseph A. Young,
which Deed is recorded in
Deed Book 53, page 320,
Yancey County Registry, and
said Deed from W.J. Thomas
to Joe Young, containing 3
acres, more or less, and being
described as an exception in
Deed recorded in Deed Book
96, page 505, Yancey County
Registry.
(2)BEGINNING on a hick
ory in W.F. Bennett's line and
running south on said line 190
feet to a stake at the road;
thence running with the south
side of said road S 74 E 225
feet to a beadwood bush on
the bank of the old County .
« Road; thence N 26 W 190 feet
to a dogwood bush; thence N
63 W to the BEGINNING,
containing one-half ( Vi) acre,
more or less.
Second: Adjoining the
lands of Earl F. McNeill, John
C. Mcßee, Sr. Heirs and
others. BEGINNING at a
stake on top of the ridge
which separates the house
tract from the mineral tract
and in Earl McNeill’s line,
John C. Mcßee, Sr.’s corner,
and runs a southwest course
with the top of the ridge and
the line of John C. Mcßee, Sr.
about 68 poles to a stake in
Dellinger and Silver's line.
John C. Mcßee, Sr.'s comer;
thence a south course with
Dellinger and Silver’s line
(Walter Yourtg old line) to a
stake in the center of South
Toe River; thence up and with
the center and meanders of
South Toe River to a stake in
the center of said river, Earl
F. McNeill’s corner; thence a
northeast course with Earl F.
McNeill's line to the BEGIN
NING. containing 30 acres,
' more or less. >
THIRD TRACT: That cer
tain tract or parcel of land
located in South Toe Town
ship, Yancey County, North
Carolina, described as fol
lows: BEGINNING on a stake
on the northwest side of US
Highway No. 80 and running
thence N 71 E 79.5 feet, N 48
E 80.5 feet, N 36-45 E 70 feet.
N 36 E 208 feet, N 30 E 573.5
feet. N 63-35 W 8 feet, N
30-45 E 83.5 feet, S 62 W 6
feet. N 26-30 E 481 feet, N 16
WT995Teet7N 83-20 W 332
feet, N 27 h 184 feet, N 10-30
W 118 feet, N 25-30 W 331
feet, N 7 W 145 feet, N 27-30
W 286 feet to a stake, corner
of the Walter Young tract and
Seth Robinson tract, N 65 W
7.9 feet, S 82-30 W 68 feet, N
50-15 W 100 feet. N 73 W 55
feet to a 24-inch pine near
South Toe River; thence S
20-30 W 100 feet, S 27-30 W
300 feet. S 42-15 W 297 feet to
a stake, corner in the Vernice
Rice tract; S 26 E 65 feet, S 81
E 100 feet, S 18-25 E 378, S 70
W 374 feet to a hickory, S 65
W 120 feet to US Highway No.
80; thence along and with the
highway S 48-20 E 124 feet. S
11-45 E 120 feet, S 3-50 W 150
feet, S 6 E 100 feet. S 14-05 E
350 feet. S 22-30 E 175 feet, S
37 E 728 feet; thence N 71 E
10 feet to the BEGINNING,
containing 54 acres. /■
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FOURTH TRACT: Those
certain tracts or parcels of
land located in South Toe
Township, Yancey County,
North Carolina, in the Shaw
ney Branch Subdivision,
bounded as follows:
First: BEGINNING on an
iron stake in the center of a
small creek, the same being
the southwest comer of Lot
52, and runs with the branch
N 58-58 W 73.3 feet, S 76-59
W 80.8 feet, N 40-19 W 91.5
feet, N 71-37 W 122.2 feet to
the center of Soutlj Toe River;
thence up and yvith the center
of the river N 21-15 E 163.5
feet, N 10-7 E 255 feet, N
50-46 E 52.1 feet, S 87-18 E
233.1 feet, S 78-3 E 138.6 feet,
S 57-8 E 128.1 feet to the
northwestern comer of Lot 52;
thence with the western
boundary of Lot 52, S 33-32 W
546.7 feet to the BEGINNING,
containing 5.05 acres. AND
BEING Lot #6O in Block B as
shown by a survey and plat by
Ernest Wilson, Surveyor,
dated July 1972 and revised
by Ed R. Sparks dated 27
March 1973.
Second: BEGINNING on
an iron stake on the western
margin of the Blue Rock
Road, the same being the
northeastern comer of Lot 5,
and runs with the northern
boundary of Lot 5, S 78 W 170
feet to a stake, a comer of
Lots 5,9, and 8; thence with
the eastern boundary of lot 8,
N 0-18 W 170 feet to a stake in
the southern boundary of Lot
7; thence with the southern
boundary of Lot 7, N 80-45 E
137.2 feet to a stake in the
western margin of the Blue
Rock Road; thence with the
western margin of the Blue
Rock Road, S 8-27 E 60 feet, S
12-39 E 100 feet to the
BEGINNING. AND BEING
Lot #6 in Block A as shown on
a plat and survey by Ernest
Wilson dated 30 January
1973.
EXCEPTING from the
foregoing “Second” the right
of way of the North Carolina
State Highway Commission
for the Blue Rock Road.
Subject to 'the exceptions,
reservations, restrictions, and
obligations set out in that
certain Deed dated 8 Septem
ber 1973 from E.B. Chrisawn,
et al, to Grantors, recorded in
Yancey County Deed Book
153, at page 333.
This sale shall be made
subject to all unpaid taxes and
speeial assessments and liens
and leases of record, includ
ing (a) the lien of a Deed of
Trust dated 11 September
1972 from Richard L. Hopkins
and wife, Nancy Jo Hopkins,
to G.D. Bailey, Trustee, and
Mack B. Ray and wife,
Dorothy S. Ray, recorded in
Yancey County Mortgage
Deed Book 68, page 557; (b)
the lien of a Deed of Trust
dated 27 December 1967 from
Earl Young, et al, to Dover R.
Fouts, Trustee, and Ralph
Silver, et al, recorded in
Yancey County Mortgage
Deed Book 63, page 356; (c)
the lien of a Deed of Trust
dated 5 April 1973 from
Richard L. Hopkins and wife,
Nancy Jo Hopkins, to G.D.
Bailey, Trustee, and Earl
Young, et al, recorded in
Yancey County Mortgage
Deed Book 69, page 513; (d) a
T.ease dated 3 April 1973 from
Richard Hopkins and wife,
Nancy Jo Hopkins, to Earl
Young, et al, recorded in
Yancey County Deed Book
151, page 398; (e) the lien of a
Deed of Trust dated 5 June
1971 from Norman Evans to
Bill Atkins, Trustee, and The
Northwestern Bank, recorded
in Yancey County Mortgage
Deed Book 67, page 37; (f) the
lien of a Deed of Trust dated
16 August 1973 from Richard
L. Hopkins and wife, Nancy
Jo Hopkins, to G.D. Bailey,
Trustee, and Earl Young and
wife, Betty B. Young, recor
ded in Yancey County Mort
gage Deed Book 70, page 368;
(g) the lien of a Deed of Trust
Richard L. Hopkins and wife,
Nancy Jo Hopkins, to G.D.
Bailey, Trustee, and E.B.
Chrisawn, et al, recorded in
Yancey County Mortgage
Deed Book 70, page 549; and
(h) the lien, if any, of a Deed
of Trust dated 7 November
1974 from Richard L. Hopkins
and wife, Nancy Jo Hopkins,
to G.D. Bailey, Trustee, and
Robert McK. Foster, recorded
in Yancey County Mortgage
Deed Book 73, page 425.
The highest bidder at the
sale shall be required to make
a cash deposit of 10% of the
first SIOOO.OO of his bid plus
5% of any excess above
SIOOO.OO.
This 5 December 1975.
G.D. Bailey, Trustee
11,18,25 December 1975; 1
January 1976. ch
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVI
SION
SHELTON HUGHES and
wife,
LOIS HUGHES,
Petitioners
V
J.B. ROBINSON and wife,
FLORENCE ROBINSON; ,
CLARK ROBINSON and wife,
CAROLYN ROBINSON;
CHARLCIE CREASMAN,
widow;
CHARLOTTE NORRIS and
husband,
J.B.NORRIS;
DESTA HUGHES,widow;
MRS.CHARLES HUGHES,
SR., widow;
JEWELL STEFFEY and hus
band,L.J.STEFFEY;
CHARLES HUGHES,JR. and
wife, BILLIE HUGHES;
FLOYD HUGHES and wife,
ANN HUGHES and
J.B. ROBINSON, Executor of
The Estate of Grace Robinson
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an
Order of the Superior Court of
rancey County entered in the
above-entitled proceeding on
2 December 1975, the under
signed Commissioner will on
5 January 1976 at 10 o’clock
A.M. at the Courthouse door
in Burnsville, North Carolina,
offer for sale for cash to the
highest bidder the following
described tract or parcel of
land in Brush Creek Town
ship, Yancey County, North
Carolina, adjoining lands of
Garrett Tipton, Ben Deyton,
Howard Garland and others,
described as follows:
BEGINNING on a Chest
nut, the old Deyton comer,
and runs with A.C. Greene’s
line 7 poles to Little Brush
Creek; thence down and witn
said Creek 4 poles, to the
wagon road as now located;
thence down and with said
road 15 poles 3‘/j feet to a
rock in said road; thence a
northeast course 27 poles to
an oak on top of a ridge;
thence an East course 10
poles and 3 feet with the
height of the ridge to a stake
in the old Deyton line; thence
with the old Deyton line 27
poles and 6 feet to the BE
GINNING, containing 3%
acres, more or less.
AND BEING the same
lands described in a Deed
from Nelson Woody and wife,
May Woody, Jan. 1, 1920, to
Will M. Hughes and wife,
Hattie Hughes, and register
ed in the Office of the
Register of Deeds for Yancey
County in Deed Book 56, page
147.
This sale shall be made
subject to all outstanding and
unpaid taxes and special
assessments. The highest
bidder will be required to
make a cash deposit of the
sum of 10% of the amount of
the bid up to and including
$1,000.00 and 5% of any
excess of $1,000.00.
This 2nd day of December
1975.
Philip M. Thomas, Com
missioner
11,18,25 December 1975; 1
January 1976. ch
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY **
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVI
SION
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of
Joe Finley Banner -of.-Yancey—-
County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of
said Joe Finley Banner to
present them to the under
signed within 6 months from
date of the publication of this
notice or same will be pleaded
in bar 1 of their recovery. All
persons indebted to - said
estate please make immediate
payment.
This the 29th day of
December, 1975.
Mafrie Banner, Route 6,
Burnsville. N.C.
Jan. 1,8,15,22,1976 ch
According to Meta, a mouae'a favorite food it chocolate.
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVI
SION -
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of
Affine Gouge of Yancey
County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of
said Alline Gouge to present
them to the undersigned
within 6 months from date of
the publication of this notice
or same will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. AH persons
indebted to said estate please
make immediate payment.
This the Bth day of
December, 1975.
Georgia Gouge Autrey,
Route 5, Burnsville, N.C.
Dec. 11,18,25, Jan.l ch
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVI
SION
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE
Having qualified as Exe
cutor of the estate of Joanna
Wilson of Yancey County,
North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having
claims against the estate of
said Joanna Wilson to present
them to the undersigned
within 6 months from date of
the publication of this notice
or same will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate please
make immediate payment.
This the 2nd day of
December, 1975.
Albert Edwards, Route 1,
Green Mountain, N.C.
Dec. 11,18,25, Jan. 1 pd
LEGAL NOTICE
♦NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVI
SION
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of
James Roy Pate of Yancey
County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of
said James Roy Pate to
present them to the under
signed within 6 months from
date of the publication of this
notice or same will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said
estate please make immediate
payment.
This the 3rd day of
December, 1975.
Evelyn H. Pate, Route 3,
Burnsville, N.C.
Dec. 11,18,25, Jan.l pd
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
EXECUTORS* NOTICE
Having qualified as Exe
cutors of the Estate of Peter
Coletta, late of Burnsville,
Yancey County, North Caro
lina, the undersigned do
hereby notify all persons,
firms, and corporations hav
ing claims against the estate
of said decedent to exhibit
them to North Carolina
National Bank, Trust Depart
ment, Post Office Box 120,
Charlotte, North Carolina
28255 on or before the 22nd
day of June, 1976, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons,
firms and corporations jn
debted to the said estate will
please make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
This the 18th day of
December, 1975.
JOSEPH R. COLETTA
DAVID C. COLETTA
NORTH CAROLINA NA
TIONAL BANK
EXECUTORS OF THE
ESTATE OF
PETER COLETTA
Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge
& Rice, Attorneys
Post Office Drawer 84
Winston-Salem,
North Carolina 27102
Dec. 18,25,1975; Jan. 1,8,1976
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
NOTICE
We will not be responsible
for any debts other than our
own.
-Mr. and Mrs. Cleophus
Gilbert.
Dec. 11,18,25, Jan.l pd
LEGAL NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
LEGAL NOTICE
1 will not be responsi
ble for any debts other than
my own.
-Clyde Dulaney, Jr.
Dec. 4,11,18,25 pd
LEGAL NOTICE
_ NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
TOWN OF BURNSVILLE
NOTICE OF FINDING NO
SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON
THE ENVIRONMENT
YANCEY COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
YANCEY COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
BURNSVILLE, N.C. 28714
682-3819
TOWN OF BURNSVILLE
BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
TOWN HALL
BURNSVILLE, N.C. 28714
TO ALL INTERESTED
AGENCIES, GROUPS
AND PERSONS:
The above named Town
and County propose to re
quest the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Develop
ment to release funds under
Title 1 of the Housing and
Community Development Act
of 1974 (PL 93-383) to be used
for the following projects:
Matching funds for con
struction of multi-purpose
buildings totaling approxi
mately $30,000.
It has been determined
that such request for release
of funds will not constitute an
action significantly affecting
the quality of the human
environment and, according
ly, the above named Town
and County has decided not to
propose an Environmental
Impact Statement under the
National Environment Policy
Act of 1969 (PL 91-190).
The reasons for such
decision not to prepare such
statement were as follows:
Assessment of the en
vironmental impact of these
projects shows that their
effect on the environment will
not be significant enough to
merit their not being carried
out.
An Environmental Review
Record respecting the within
projects has been made by the
above named Town and
County which documents the
environmental review of the
project and more fully sets
forth the reasons why such
Statement is not required.
This Environmental Review
Record is on file at the Yancey
County and Town of Burns
ville Community Develop
ment Program office, adjacent
to the Burnsville Fire De
partment, Burnsville, N.C.,
and is available for public
examination and copying be
tween the hours of 8:30 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. on work days.
No further environmental
review of such project is
proposed to be conducted
prior to the request for release
of Federal funds.
All interested agencies,
groups, and persons dis
agreeing with this decision
are invited to submit written
comments for consideration
by the County or Town to the
offices of the undersigned.
Such written comments
should be received at the
Town Commissioners Office,
Town Hall, and/or The
County Commissioners Of
fice, County Courthouse on or
before'January 19, 1976.
All such comments so
received will be considered,
and the Town and County wUI
not request the release of
Federal funds or take any
administrative action on the
within project prior to the date
specified in the preceeding
sentence.
O.W. Deyton, Chairman BCC-.
Yancey County Courthouse
Burnsville, N.C. 28714
682-2317
Mr. Robert K. Helmle, Mayor
Burnsville Town Hall
Burnsville, N.C. 28714
682-2400
Dec. 18,25,1975; Jan. 1,8 ,15,
1976 ch
    

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