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Lost and Found
BIG REWARD! Lost in Feb. 2017, off Scenic Ct., Cheshire. Besenji, female, 43 lbs. "Sondrine" 203-592-6457

Automotive

Automobiles
WLFD - New Stainless Steel Exhaust system for 2009 Dodge Challenger, 200 miles on it, complete with 4 mufflers, $2,500. 1995 Ford Thunderbird, $2000, 2004 Jeep Wrangler, $2000, Suzuki motorcycle $1200, 203-430-1623

Autos Wanted
CASH PAID - For any Toyota any condition, running or not, crashed okay. Will consider other makes and models. (203) 600-4431.

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Help Wanted
Managing Director RJ Media Group is a 5th generation, family owned media company operating in Central Connecticut and Southeastern Connecticut/Southern Rhode Island. We publish 2 daily newspapers, 7 community weeklies, 2 websites and employ 125 people in two locations. We are seeking a dynamic leader who is motivated to play a key role shaping the newest division of our company, HOMEBASE Digital. HOMEBASE will be a full-service digital agency, offering marketing solutions that fuel business growth in our communities. This leader on our senior management team will help build our strategic plan for HOMEBASE and then execute the strategy. He/she will be actively involved in sales and fulfillment as they build out the team to align with our growth. For a seasoned digital media executive with an entrepreneurial mindset who wants to be a part of a fast-moving company focused on growth, without the corporate grind, this could be the perfect opportunity for you! The Managing Director will be responsible for leading the agency team, including revenue generation, post-sale fulfillment, training, market research, customer service, vendor review/selection and the P&L. He/she will assist and coach the sales force in effectively selling digital media campaigns. The Managing Director will also proactively identify new digital sales opportunities as well as ensure optimum advertiser performance with online campaigns. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Create the annual HOMEBASE Digital revenue and expense budgets. Lead marketing efforts for HOMEBASE Digital to increase brand awareness in support of sales goals. Maintain awareness of local competitors in the marketplace, always striving to improve the competitive position of HOMEBASE Digital. Manage direct and indirect reports to achieve revenue/expense budgets and other goals. Stay abreast of regional and national trends via involvement in industry associations and other relevant groups. Attend community and professional events as necessary. SALES FUNCTIONS Lead revenue generation activities at the senior level, prospect for new business and work through the sales process to close business. Develop & sell HOMEBASE products and programs, demonstrating value to new and existing customers. Ensure HOMEBASE Digital media consultants meet or exceed monthly digital sales goals, anticipating any challenges, and working with sales team and other sales management to determine strategies to overcome possible shortfalls. Provide support, coaching, training and digital product information to sales team. FULFILLMENT FUNCTIONS Maintain a customer-first environment with a proactive commitment to internal and external customer service. Manage campaign performance and advertiser satisfaction throughout the campaign. Manage retention efforts to ensure customers are not lost while acquiring new accounts. Maintain awareness of trends in campaign fulfillment and adjust HOMEBASE Digital fulfillment structure to meet changes in sales volume and industry advances. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS College degree required. Five years digital media management experience, with social media skills required. Computer skills required, including strong proficiency in Microsoft Office. PERSONAL PROFILE Comfortable with a player/coach position, especially in the early stages. Possess high degree of business and personal integrity. Ability to drive others to achieve desired performance objectives. Technologically savvy with a keen interest in all things digital. Ability to manage and interpret data. Results oriented with an understanding of profit & loss, ROI & pricing sensitivity. Organized, efficient and able to meet deadlines. Ability to work cooperatively with coworkers and managers. Must possess a valid driver's license and reliable transportation. Good verbal and written communication skills, including spelling, punctuation and grammar. If this sounds like your next job, email resume, cover letter & salary requirements to Liz White at lwhite@rjmediagroup.com. RJ Media Group is an EOE

Help Wanted
WLFD-WANTED-Person for driveway snow removal, snow blowers only - No plows, must be ins. 203-265-0342

Legals

Legal Notices
Notice of Tentative Determination to Approve An Exemption to Connecticut General Statutes Section 25-68d(b) (Flood Management) And Intent to Waive Public Hearing Applicant(s): Connecticut Department of Housing Application No.: 201707337-FM City/Town: Meriden The Commissioner of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection ("DEEP") hereby gives notice that a tentative determination has been reached to approve the following application. The Commissioner also intends to waive the requirement for public hearing provided that a hearing may be held on this application if the Commissioner determines that the public interest will best be served thereby, and shall hold a hearing upon receipt of a petition as more thoroughly described below. Application Number: 201707337-FM Applicant's Name and Address: Connecticut Department of Housing 505 Hudson Street, Hartford CT 06106 Contact Name and Phone No.: Nathan Karnes, 860-270-8058 Type of Permit: Flood Management Exemption Relevant statute(s)/Regulation: Section 25-68d of the Connecticut General Statutes, Exemption From: CGS Section 25-68d(b)(4) Project Description: Meriden Commons Phase II Pennrose Properties, LLC, Housing Redevelopment Project Location: 177 State Street and 62 Cedar Street, Meriden Water(s): Harbor Brook COMMISSIONER'S FINDINGS/REGULATORY CONDITIONS The proposed activity will affect the 100-year floodplain of Harbor Brook. According to CGS Section 25-68d(d), the commissioner, after public notice of the application for exemption and an opportunity for a public hearing in accordance with the provisions of this Section, may approve such exemption if he determines that the agency has shown that the activity or critical activity is in the public interest, will not injure persons or damage property in the area of such activity, complies with the provisions of the National Flood Insurance Program, and, in the case of a loan or grant, the recipient of the loan or grant has been informed that increased flood insurance premiums may result from the activity or critical activity. The agency has determined that the proposed activity meets these requirements and recommends issuance by the commissioner of an approval of exemption for this project. INFORMATION REQUESTS/PUBLIC COMMENT This application has been assigned No. 201707337-FM; please use this number when corresponding with DEEP regarding this application. Interested persons may obtain a copy of the application from the applicant's contact noted above. The applications and supporting documentation are available for inspection at the DEEP, Bureau of Water Protection & Land Reuse, 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Questions may be directed to Stacy Pappano of the Inland Water Resources Division at (860) 424-3362 or stacy.pappano@ct.gov. Before making a final decision on this application, the Commissioner shall consider written comments on the application from interested persons. Written comments on the application should be directed to Stacy Pappano, Bureau of Water Protection & Land Reuse, Inland Water Resources Division, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT 06106-5127, or may be submitted via electronic mail to: stacy.pappano@ct.gov, no later than thirty (30) days from the publication date of this notice. PETITIONS FOR HEARING Petitions shall be signed by 25 persons and should include the application number noted above and also identify a contact person to receive notifications. Petitions may also identify a person who is authorized to engage in discussions regarding the application and, if resolution is reached, withdraw the petition. Original signed petitions may be scanned and sent electronically to deep.adjudications@ct.gov or may be mailed or delivered to: DEEP Office of Adjudications, 79 Elm Street, 3rd floor, Hartford, CT 06106-5127. All petitions must be received within the comment period noted above. If submitted electronically, original signed petitions must also be mailed or delivered to the address above within ten days of electronic submittal. If a hearing is held, timely notice of such hearing will be published in a newspaper of general circulation. December 18, 2017 ___________________ Publication Date Brian P. Thompson, Director Land and Water Resources Division Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse ADA PUBLICATION STATEMENT The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. To request an accommodation contact us at (860) 418-5910 or deep.accommodations@ct.gov. 79390

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Notice of Tentative Determination to Approve An Exemption to Connecticut General Statutes Section 25-68d(b) (Flood Management) And Intent to Waive Public Hearing Applicant(s): Connecticut Department of Housing Application No.: FM-201708788 City/Town: Meriden The Commissioner of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection ("DEEP") hereby gives notice that a tentative determination has been reached to approve the following application. The Commissioner also intends to waive the requirement for public hearing provided that a hearing may be held on this application if the Commissioner determines that the public interest will best be served thereby, and shall hold a hearing upon receipt of a petition as more thoroughly described below. Application Number: FM-201708788 Applicant's Name and Address: Connecticut Department of Housing 505 Hudson Street Hartford, CT 06106-7107 Contact Name and Phone No.: Jennifer Ponte 860-270-8023 Type of Permit: Flood Management Exemption Relevant statute(s)/Regulation: Section 25-68d of the Connecticut General Statutes, Exemption From: 25-68(d)(b)(4) Project Description: Housing Redevelopment Project Location: 11 Crown Street, Meriden Water(s): Harbor Brook COMMISSIONER'S FINDINGS/REGULATORY CONDITIONS The proposed activity will affect the 100-year floodplain of Harbor Brook. According to CGS Section 25-68d(d), the commissioner, after public notice of the application for exemption and an opportunity for a public hearing in accordance with the provisions of this Section, may approve such exemption if he determines that the agency has shown that the activity or critical activity is in the public interest, will not injure persons or damage property in the area of such activity, complies with the provisions of the National Flood Insurance Program, and, in the case of a loan or grant, the recipient of the loan or grant has been informed that increased flood insurance premiums may result from the activity or critical activity. The agency has determined that the proposed activity meets these requirements and recommends issuance by the commissioner of an approval of exemption for this project. INFORMATION REQUESTS/PUBLIC COMMENT This application has been assigned No. FM-201708788; please use this number when corresponding with DEEP regarding this application. Interested persons may obtain a copy of the application from the applicant's contact noted above. The applications and supporting documentation are available for inspection at the DEEP, Bureau of Water Protection & Land Reuse, 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Questions may be directed to Stacy Pappano of the Land &Water Resources Division at (860) 424-3019 or stacy.pappano@ct.gov. Before making a final decision on this application, the Commissioner shall consider written comments on the application from interested persons. Written comments on the application should be directed to Stacy Pappano, Bureau of Water Protection & Land Reuse, Land &Water Resources Division, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT 06106-5127, or may be submitted via electronic mail to: stacy.pappano@ct.gov, no later than thirty (30) days from the publication date of this notice. PETITIONS FOR HEARING Petitions shall be signed by 25 persons and should include the application number noted above and also identify a contact person to receive notifications. Petitions may also identify a person who is authorized to engage in discussions regarding the application and, if resolution is reached, withdraw the petition. Original signed petitions may be scanned and sent electronically to deep.adjudications@ct.gov or may be mailed or delivered to: DEEP Office of Adjudications, 79 Elm Street, 3rd floor, Hartford, CT 06106-5127. All petitions must be received within the comment period noted above. If submitted electronically, original signed petitions must also be mailed or delivered to the address above within ten days of electronic submittal. If a hearing is held, timely notice of such hearing will be published in a newspaper of general circulation. December 18, 2017 ___________________ Publication Date Brian P. Thompson, Director Land & Water Resources Division ADA PUBLICATION STATEMENT The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. To request an accommodation contact us at (860) 418-5910 or deep.accommodations@ct.gov. 79393

Legal Notices
Public Notice of Environmental Land Use Restriction In accordance with R.C.S.A. 22a-133q-1(c), notice is hereby given that Euro Realty, LLC, 569 North Colony Road, Wallingford, Connecticut 06492, will be applying for an Environmental Land Use Restriction ("ELUR") to be recorded on the property located at 515 north Colony Road, Wallingford, CT. The proposed ELUR will: (1) limit the use of the property to Industrial/ Commercial uses; and (2) prohibit removal of the existing buildings on the property. To obtain a copy of the proposed ELUR, please contact Mr. James C. Robison, Facility Support Services, 2685 State Street, Hamden, Connecticut (203-288-1281). Written comments on this proposed Environmental Land Use Restriction may be submitted to the address appearing below within 30 days of the date on which this notice appears in this publication: Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection Commissioner c/o Environmental Land Use Restriction Coordinator Bureau of Water protection and Land Reuse Remediation Division 79 Elm Street Hartford, Connecticut 06106-5127 79401

Legal Notices
Public Notice of Remediation Pursuant to Connecticut General Statute (CGS) 22a-134a(i), notice is hereby given that remediation cleanup activities will be performed at 515 North Colony Street in Wallingford, Connecticut. This remediation is being performed in accordance with State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection standards and will include monitored natural attenuation of groundwater and possible excavation of soil. Further information can be obtained from Mr. James C. Robison, LEP at (203) 288-1281. 79403

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NOTICE OF PASSAGE OF ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $3,300,000 FOR SCHOOL SYSTEM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PHASE II AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF $3,300,000 BONDS OF THE TOWN TO MEET SAID APPROPRIATION AND PENDING THE ISSUANCE THEREOF THE MAK- ING OF TEMPORARY BORROWINGS FOR SUCH PURPOSE An ordinance entitled, "AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $3,300,000 FOR SCHOOL SYSTEM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PHASE II AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF $3,300,000 BONDS OF THE TOWN TO MEET SAID APPROPRIATION AND PENDING THE ISSUANCE THEREOF THE MAKING OF TEMPORARY BORROWINGS FOR SUCH PURPOSE", adopted by the Town Council on May 24, 2017, which ordinance is hereby ratified, confirmed and adopted, is amended to increase the appropriation and bond authorization therein by $7,875,000, from $3,300,000 to $11,175,000 to provide for the construction of the project, as follows: Section 1. The title of the Ordinance is amended to read as follows: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $11,175,000 FOR SCHOOL SYSTEM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PHASE II AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF $11,175,000 BONDS OF THE TOWN TO MEET SAID APPROPRIATION AND PENDING THE ISSUANCE THEREOF THE MAK- ING OF TEMPORARY BORROWINGS FOR SUCH PURPOSE Section 2. Section 1 of the Ordinance is amended by substituting the following: "Section 1. The sum of $11,175,000 is appropriated for planning, acquisition and construction of the Town of Wallingford School System Capital Improvement Program Phase II, consisting of: i) Sheehan and Lyman Hall High Schools, and Hammarskjold and Moran Middle Schools: renovation, improvement or replacement of auditoriums, including stage lighting, rigging, fixtures, accessories, seating, wall covering (Sheehan) and stage, ii) Sheehan High School: renovate and improve kitchen and cafeteria HVAC System, iii) Parker Farms, Cook Hill and Highland Elementary Schools, and Lyman Hall High School: window replacement and related environmental testing and design, including asbestos and lead screening, iv) Hammarskjold Middle and Parker Farms Elementary: replace under-slab sanitary drainage, waste and vent piping and restore concrete flooring, slabs and walls, v) Sheehan and Lyman Hall High Schools and Hammarskjold Middle School, kitchen hand sink code improvements; vi) Parker Farms Elementary , cafeteria floor tile replacement; vii) Beach and Stevens Elementary, cafeteria oven replacement; and viii) Hammarskjold Middle School storm drainage improvements; or for so much thereof or additional improvements as may be accomplished within such appropriation (the "Project"). The appropriation may include expenses for appurtenances, equipment and services related thereto, alternative methods to achieve the indicated improvement, demolition, appraisal, testing, environmental remediation surveying, insurance, administrative, advertising, printing, legal and financing costs to the extent paid therefrom." Section 3. The first sentence of Section 2 of the Ordinance is amended by substituting the amont of $11,175,000 for $3,300,000, thereby making the first sentence of Section 2 read as follows: "To meet said appropriation $11,175,000 bonds of the Town or so much thereof as shall be necessary for such purpose, shall be issued, maturing not later than the twentieth year after their date, or such later date as may be allowed by law." I hereby certify that the above ordinance was enacted by the Town Council of the Town of Wallingford, this 12th day of December, 2017, in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the Town of Wallingford. Approved: William W. Dickinson, Jr., Mayor Dated: December 13, 2017 79351 /s/Barbara Thompson Town Clerk

Legal Notices
NOTICE OF PASSAGE OF ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $6,205,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO TOWN- WIDE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF $6,205,000 BONDS OF THE TOWN TO MEET SAID APPROPRIATION AND PEND- ING THE ISSUANCE THEREOF THE MAKING OF TEMPORARY BORROWINGS FOR SUCH PURPOSE Section 1. The sum of $6,205,000 is appropriated for improvements to the Town's radio communications infrastructure including integrated radio system, replacement of existing system and demolition/removal of prior system, tower and site, upgrades including simulcast platform, combined digital and analog technology, software, mobile and portable communications, furniture, fixtures and for improvements and services related thereto, or such additional, so much thereof, or alternative improvements as may be accomplished within said appropriation and for equipment, testing, design, implementation, training, lifecycle support, consultant services, administrative, printing, legal, and financing costs (hereinafter the "Project"). Section 2. To meet said appropriation $6,205,000 bonds of the Town or so much thereof as shall be necessary for such purpose, shall be issued, maturing not later than the twentieth year after their date, or such longer period as may be allowed by law. Said bonds may be issued in one or more series as determined by the Mayor, the Comptroller, and the Town Treasurer, or any two of them (the Town Officials), and the amount of bonds of each series to be issued shall be fixed by the Town Officials. Said bonds shall be issued in the amount necessary to meet the Town's share of the cost of the project determined after considering the estimated amount of the State and Federal grants-in-aid of the project, or the actual amount thereof if this be ascertainable, and the anticipated times of the receipt of the proceeds thereof, provided that the total amount of bonds to be issued shall not be less than an amount which will provide funds sufficient with other funds available for such purpose to pay the principal of and the interest on all temporary borrowings in anticipation of the receipt of the proceeds of said bonds outstanding at the time of the issuance thereof and to pay for the administrative , printing and legal costs of issuing the bonds. Capital project revenues, including bid premiums and investment income derived from investment of bond proceeds (and net investment income derived from note proceeds) are authorized to be credited by the Comptroller to the project account and expended to pay project expenses customarily paid therefrom. The remaining appropriation and bond authorization shall be reduced by the amount of capital project revenues so credited. The bonds shall be in the denomination of $1,000 or a whole multiple thereof, or, be combined with other bonds of the Town and such combined issue shall be in the denomination per aggregate maturity of $1,000 or a whole multiple thereof, be issued in bearer form or in fully registered form, be executed in the name and on behalf of the Town by the manual or facsimile signatures of the Town Officials, bear the Town seal or a facsimile thereof, be certified by a bank or trust company designated by the Town Officials, which bank or trust company may be designated the registrar and transfer agent, be payable at a bank or trust company designated by the Town Officials, and be approved as to their legality by Joseph Fasi LLC Attorneys-at-Law, Bond Counsel of Hartford. They shall bear such rate or rates of interest as shall be determined by the Town Officials. The bonds shall be general obligations of the Town and each of the bonds shall recite that every requirement of law relating to its issue has been duly complied with, that such bond is within every debt and other limit prescribed by law, that the full faith and credit of the Town are pledged to the payment of the principal thereof and the interest thereon and will be paid from property taxation to the extent not paid from other sources. The aggregate principal amount of the bonds to be issued, the annual installments of principal, redemption provisions, if any, the date, time of issue and sale and other terms, details and particulars of such bonds, shall be determined by the Town Officials, in accordance with General Statutes of the State of Connecticut, as amended. Section 3. Said bonds shall be sold by the Town Officials, in a competitive offering or by negotiation, in their discretion. If sold at competitive offering, the bonds shall be sold upon sealed proposals, auction, or similar competitive process at not less than par and accrued interest on the basis of the lowest net or true interest cost to the Town. A notice of sale or a summary thereof describing the bonds and setting forth the terms and conditions of the sale shall be published at least five days in advance of the sale in a recognized publication carrying municipal bond notices and devoted primarily to financial news and the subject of state and municipal bonds. If the bonds are sold by negotiation, the provisions of purchase agreement shall be approved by the Town Officials. Section 4. The Town Officials are authorized to make temporary borrowings in anticipation of the receipt of the proceeds of said bonds. Notes evidencing such borrowings shall be executed in the name and on behalf of the Town by the manual or facsimile signatures of the Town Officials, bear the Town seal or a facsimile thereof, be payable at a bank or trust company designated by the Town Officials, be approved as to their legality by Joseph Fasi LLC Attorneys-at-Law, Bond Counsel of Hartford, and be certified by a bank or trust company designated by the Town Officials, pursuant to Section 7-373 of the General Statutes of Connecticut, as amended. They shall be issued with maturity dates which comply with the provisions of the General Statutes governing the issuance of such notes, as the same may be amended from time to time. The notes shall be general obligations of the Town and each of the notes shall recite that every requirement of law relating to its issue has been duly complied with, that such note is within every debt and other limit prescribed by law, that the full faith and credit of the Town are pledged to the payment of the principal thereof and the interest thereon and will be paid from property taxation to the extent not paid from other sources. The net interest cost on such notes, including renewals thereof, and the expense of preparing, issuing and marketing them, to the extent paid from the proceeds of such renewals or said bonds, shall be included as a cost of the project. Upon the sale of said bonds, the proceeds thereof, to the extent required, shall be applied forthwith to the payment of the principal of and the interest on any such notes then outstanding or shall be deposited with a bank or trust company in trust for such purpose. Section 5. Resolution of Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures wih Borrowings. The Town (the "Issuer") hereby expresses its official intent pursuant to §1.150-2 of the Federal Income Tax Regulations, Title 26 (the "Regulations"), to reimburse expenditures paid sixty days prior to and after the date of passage of this ordinance in the maximum amount and for the capital project defined in Section 1 with the proceeds of bonds, notes, or other obligations ("Bonds") authorized to be issued by the Issuer. The Bonds shall be issued to reimburse such expenditures not later than 18 months afer the later of the date of the expenditure or the substantial completion of the project, or such later date the Regulations may authorize. The Issuer hereby certifies that the intention to reimburse as expressed herein is based upon its reasonable expectations as of this date. The Comptroller or his designee is authorized to pay project expenses in accordance herewith pending the issuance of reimbursement bonds, and to amend this declaration. Section 6. The Town Officials, are hereby authorized to exercise all powers conferred by section 3-20e of the general statutes with respect to secondary market disclosure and to provide annual information and notices of material events as enumerated in Securities and Exchange Commission Exchange Act Rule 15c2-12, as amended, as may be necessary, appropriate or desirable to effect the sale of the bonds and notes authorized herein. Section 7. It is hereby found and determined that it is in public inerest to issue all, or a portion of, the Bonds, Notes or other obligations of the Town as qualified private activity bonds, or with interest that is includable in gross income of the holders thereof for purposes of federal income taxation. The Town Officials are hereby authorized to issue and utilize without further approval any financing alternative currently or hereafter available to municipal governments pursuant to law including but not limited to any "tax credit bonds" or "Build America Bonds" including Direct Payment and Tax Credit versions. I hereby certify that the above ordinance was enacted by the Town Council of the Town of Wallingford, this 12th day of December, 2017 in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the Town off Wallingford. Approved: William W. Dickinson, Jr., Mayor Dated December 13, 2017 /s/Barbara Thompson 79365 Town Clerk

Merchandise

Appliances
AFFORDABLE - Used Dryers, washers, fridges, stoves, repairs available. Wallingford, 475-201-9001.

Furniture
WLFD - In time for entertaining. Solid wood dining table & 4 chairs. excellent condition, 58x38 plus lrg. leaf. two tone stain $300. 203-269-8078

Misc For Sale
WALLINGFORD - Kirby Vacuum with accessories $1,200 call Eugene 203-430-1623

Misc For Sale
MERIDEN - 7 foot Slate Pool Table. Includes dust cover, cue sticks, and wall mount rack. $500. For more info call: 203-530-5164

Music Instrum Instru
Violin / Viola Lessons in Plantsville (Southington) Call Lindsey: (860) 378-7944

Music Instrum Instru
Music By Roberta Perform + Instruct Voice lessons - all ages +levels,piano beginner-interm. (203) 630-9295.

SportingGoods Health
PISTOL PERMIT Certification, small groups or private classes, 1 session only, $120. (203) 415-1144

Wanted to Buy
DEE'S ANTIQUES Buying Collectibles, Jewelry & Silver. China, Glass, Military, Musical. Anything old & unusual. Single item to an estate. 203-235-8431.

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AARON'S BUYING Old Machinist Tools, Lathes, Bench Tools Hand Tools, Much More. (203) 525-0608

Wanted to Buy
ALWAYS BUYING CASH PAID Vintage Electronics, Musical Instruments, Amps, Ham Equipment, HiFi, Radios, CB, Guitars, Audio Equipment, Antiques. 860-707-9350

Wanted to Buy
ANTIQUES - Always buying old; Toys, military, jewelry, art, watches, musical instruments, signs, arcade games, cameras, pre 1970 sports memorabilia, plus more. One item or entire estate contents. Call 860-718-5132.

Wanted to Buy
***NEED EXTRA CASH?*** Always buying coins, gold, silver, antiques, collectibles, estate & broken or unwanted jewelry. Live auction & estate services avail. Rick's Antiques & Coins, 428 N. Colony Rd., Rt. 5, Wlfd. 203-269-9888. www.ricksantiques andcoins.com

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1,2,3 Items or an Estate CA$H Todd Shamock 203-494-1695 ESTATE SALE SERVICE Costume Jewelry, Antiques, paintings, Meriden-made items.

Wanted to Buy
1-2 ITEMS Silverware, China, Glass. Furniture, 50's Items. Whole Estates 203 238-3499

Wanted to Buy
ALL CASH FOR MILITARY ITEMS 203-237-6575

WoodFuel Htng Equip
FALL SPECIAL Tree Length Firewood 203-238-2149

WoodFuel Htng Equip
SEASONED FIREWOOD Approximately 18" long, full cord, $200. 1/2 cord, $125.00 203-294-1775 lavignestreeservicellc.com

WoodFuel Htng Equip
CLEANEST SEASONED FIREWOOD IN CT, $200/cord del. Discounts over 4/ picked up. Special order hickory & cherry. Call Mike (203) 631-2211

Pets

Pets for Sale
English & French Bulldogs $850+; Yorkie Maltese, Shih-tzu, Mini Schnauzer $650+; Labs, Rotties; $550+; Dobermans $950+; (860) 828-7442

Pets for Sale
They're here! CHRISTMAS PUPPIES! Purebred Maltese, male and Female available, $900 ea. 860.259.8233

Real Estate

Apartments for Rent
Ask About SPECIALS - 1 BD apartments $800 /mo. Free Heat, HW & Elec. Ask about our pet policy. Newly renovated! Sec. dep. req. 203-639-4868

Apartments for Rent
NEW HAVEN - 5 rooms, 2 BR, first floor, freshly painted, off street parking, no utilities except water, 650 credit score or greater, lease & security, $1100/mo. 203-239-7657

Apartments for Rent
PLANTSVILLE - Near I-84, 1.5 rm eff. apt., $160wk incl. heat, HW, AC, appli, Sec. dep., refs. req'd. smoke free (860) 620-0025.

Apartments for Rent
WLFD-Centally located 2nd fl, 2 BD, carpeting, front & back porches, hkups, basement, gas heat, stove/refrig, no pets, sec. $895.00 860-575-4915

Apartments for Rent
MERIDEN - 2BR, 2nd fl. $900/mo +1 mo sec. no smoke/pets. Back-ground/credit check fee $45 Sec. 8 or rent asst. welcome. Call Mark 203-213-2075

Apartments for Rent
MERIDEN - 1 BR, 4 rms, Parker Ave, quiet location, off st prkg. No pets/smkg. $800. 203-213-3124

Condos For Sale
WALLINGFORD - 3 BR, 1.5 bath, wheelchair accessible condo for sale by owner 203-265-6841

Rooms For Rent
Meadowstone Motel Off I-91. NEWLY UPDATED ROOMS! Daily. Weekly. $175 weekly & up + sec. On Bus Line. FREE WI-FI . 203-239-5333

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Services

Attics and Basements
GARY Wodatch Demolition Svs Sheds, pools, decks, garages, debris removal. Quick, courteous svc. All calls returned. Ins. #566326. Cell, 860-558-5430

Carpentry
REPAIRS or REPLACEMENT of doors & windows, decks, porches, railings, stairs. I can fix it or replace it. Work done by owner. Exp. Lic#578107+Ins. 203.238.1449 marceljcharpentier.com

Cleaning Services
Renata's Cleaning Service with Passion, Commercial/ Residential Ins. 860-828-1338 or 860-796-5222

Electrical Services
All Systems Electric LLC Electrical Wiring & More! Generators, Security & Fire Alarms, Data Wiring, Roof De-Icing FREE ESTIMATES! CT# 0187714-E1 Visit us at www.ase-ct.com 860-436-4957

Electrical Services
T.E.C. Electrical Service LLC All Phases of Electrical Work 24 hr. Emergency Service Small Jobs Welcome 203-237-2122

Fencing
CORNERSTONE Fence & Ornamental Gates. All types of fence. Res/Comm. AFA Cert. Ins'd. Call John Uvino 203-237-4283. CT Reg #601060.

Gutters
GUTTERS PLUS 25+ yrs exp. Call today for free est. 203-440-3535 Ct. Reg. #578887

Handypersons
Remodeling, Carpentry, plumbing, odd jobs. Family run for 60 yrs! CT#640689 Home Doctor 203.427.7828

Home Improvement
CORNERSTONE Fence & Ornamental Gates. All types of fence. Res/Comm. AFA Cert. Ins'd. Call John Uvino 203-237-4283. CT Reg #601060.

Junk Removal
ED'S JUNK REMOVAL WE HAVE DUMP TRUCK Reg. Ins. Free on-site est. Attics, bsemts, garages, appl. & more. Any Questions? Ed (203) 494-1526

Junk Removal
WE REMOVE Furniture, appliances, entire contents of: homes, sheds, estates, attics, basements, garages & more. *FALL YardClean-ups* FREE ESTIMATES LIC & INS. 203-535-9817 or 860-575-8218

Landscaping
A & A FALL CLEANUPS Hedge, tree, shrub, debris removal/trim Attics & bsm'ts cleaned. Jim 203-237-6638

Landscaping
Gary Wodatch Landscaping. Hedge/tree trimming. Trim overgrown properties. Calls returned. #620397 860-558-5430

Landscaping
JT'S LANDSCAPING LLC-Fall Cleanups Gutters Ceaned SNOW REMOVAL #616311- Lic. & Ins. 203-213-6528

Landscaping
IF YOU Mention This Ad FALL Yard Clean-Ups Brush, branches, leaves, storm damage **JUNK REMOVAL** Appl's, Furniture, Junk, Debris, etc WE CAN REMOVE ANYTHING Entire house to 1 item removed! FREE ESTIMATES Sr. Citizen Discount LIC & INS. 203-535-9817 or 860-575-8218

Landscaping
J & M Landscapes Complete lawn care. Mulch & Stone delivery. Shed stone found. Stump grinding. Gutter clean-outs. Snow Plow Service. Free quote. 860-349-8135.

Landscaping
Fall Cleanups, Tree Work & much more! A & A Lawn Maint. 860-719-3953.

Masonry
ALEX MASONRY 30 yrs. exp. Patios, Ret. Walls, Steps, Brick, Stone, Chimneys. #580443. 203-232-0257 or 203-596-0652

Painting and
CHRIS GOSSELIN'S Painting Services, Int. & Ext.; gutter cleaning. Assoc. with www. marceljcharpentier.com carpentry. Lic.& Ins., #0625909 860-817-0656

Plumbing
George J Mack & Sons Servicing the Meriden area since 1922. Toilet, faucet, sink & drain repairs. Water heater replacements. 15% Sr citizen disc. Member of BBB. 203-238-2820

Plumbing
Plumbing & Heating Contractor. Over 15 yrs. exp.. Whole house plumbing. Boilers, gas, oil. Will beat most competitors. Lic. & Ins.. Call 203-980-7740

Roofing
Siding.Roofing.Windows Decks.Sunrooms.Add' CT Reg#516790. 203-237-0350 Fiderio & Sons www. fiderio.com

Roofing
Roofing, siding, windows, decks & remodeling. 203-639-0032 info@ gonzalez constructionllc.comFully Lic & Ins Reg #577319

Roofing
Roofing. Siding. Windows. More. Free Est's. Ins. # 604200. Member BBB. Harmony.(860) 645-8899

Roofing
Veteran Owned Roofing, Siding, Remod., Windows & More. Free est. Fully Lic/Ins. #1169536 203-631-1717

Siding
Roofing. Siding. Windows. More. Free Est's. Ins. # 604200. Member BBB. Harmony.(860)645-8899

Snow Plowing
SALT $135 Yard; Sand /Salt 7:2 dot mix $75. Yard PU; 100% calcium chloride $20. 50 lb bag. Mag chloride $17. 50 lb bag. Pallet prices avail. 24/7. 203-238-9846

Tree Services
Gary Wodatch LLC TREE REMOVAL All calls returned. CT#620397 Quick courteous service. Office 203-235-7723 Cell 860-558-5430

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