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4 Page 10B July 24, 2019 Deadline Friday, 12 Noon Sale Under Sale Under Sale Under Sale Under Sale Under Sale Under Power Power Power Power Power Power POWER the Courthouse door in said Pursuant to the power of sale County, or at such other place as contained in the Security Deed lawfully designated, within the executed by RICHARD B. legal hours of sale, on August KIRKENDALL, II to MORTGAGE06, 2019, the property in said ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION Security Deed and described as SYSTEMS, INC AS NOMINEE follows: FOR AMERICA'S WHOLESALE ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL LENDER ITS SUCCESSORS OF LAND LYING AND BEING AND ASSIGNS in the original IN LAND LOT 194 OF THE 4TH principal amount of $94,000.00 LAND DISTRICT OF MONROE dated March 21, 2003 and COUNTY, GEORGIA AND recorded in Deed Book 861,BEING KNOWN AS LOT 48, Page 232, Monroe County CONTAINING 3.97 ACRES, records, said Security Deed ACCORDING TO A PLAT OF being last transferred to RECORD, DATED NOVEMBER LOANCARE LLC in Deed Book 18, 1996, PREPARED BY 1928, Page 112, Monroe County GARY WITHERINGTON, GRLS records, the undersigned will RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK sell at public outcry to the 21, PAGE 76 CLERK'S OFFICE highest bidder for cash, before OF MONROE SUPERIOR COURT WHICH PLAT IS failure to pay the indebtedness INCORPORATED HEREIN BY as provided for in the Note and REFERENCE THERETO FOR said Security Deed. The debt A MORE COMPLETE AND remaining in default, this sale ACCURATE DESCRIPTION. will be made for the purpose TOGETHER WITH THAT 2002 of paying the same and all HORTON 27 X 56 MOBILE expenses of sale,~ including HOME, PERMIT #380615 attorney's fees (notice of intent Said property being known to collect attorney's fees having as: 690 UNIONVlLLE ROAD, been given). FORSY'rH, GA 31029 Said property will be sold To the best of the undersigned's subject to the following: (1) knowledge, the party or parties any outstanding ad valorem in po .s.session of said property is/ taxes (including taxes which are RICHARD B. KIRKENDALL, are a lien, whether or not yet II or tenant(s), due and payable); (2) the right The debt secured by said of redemption of any taxing Security Deed has been and authority; (3) any matters is hereby declared due and which might be disclosed payable because of, among by an accurate survey and other possible events of default, inspection of the property; and (4) any assessments, inc. 3637 Sentara Way, Virginia liens, encumbrances, zoning Beach, VA, 23452 ordinances, restrictions, Note that pursuant to O.C.G.A. covenants, and matters of 44-14-162.2, the above record superior to the Security individual or entity is not Deed first set out above, required by law to negotiate, Said sale will be conducted amend, or modify the terms of subject to the following: (1) the mortgage. confirmation that the sale is THIS LAW FIRM IS ACTING not prohibited under the U.S. AS A DEBT COLLECTOR Bankruptcy Code; and (2) final A'I-I'EMPTING TO COLLECT confirmation and audit of the A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION status of the loan with the holder OBTAINED MAY BE USED FOR of the Security Deed. THAT PURPOSE. The name, address, and RAS Crane LLC 10700 Abbott's telephone number of the Bridge Road Suite 170 Duluth, individual or entity who has full GA 30097 Phone: 470.321.7112 authority to negotiate, amend, Firm File No. 18-134256 - OIV and modify all terms of the LOANCARE, LLC, as Attorney- mortgage is as follows: in-Fact for RICHARD B. Loancare Servicing Center, KIRKENDALL, II Net www, (4;~8) 885-4111 9 N Lee Street Forsyth, GA PUBUC NOTICE CITY OF FORSYTH ELECTION TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 5, 2019 The qualifying fees approved at the City's 1st meeting in January 2019 are as follows: Mayor fee: $375.00 Council fee: $301.35 The positions up for re-election this year are: Mayor held by Eric Wilson Council Post # 1 held by John Howard Council Post # 3 held by Melvin Lawrence Council Post # 4 held by Greg Goolsby Qualifying dates will be August 19-23, 2019. October 7, 2019 is the last day for a person to register and be eligible to vote in the November General Election and Special Election Runoff. By Richard Dumas Monroe County Commis- sioners decided on Tuesday, July 2 to crush about 100,000 cubic yards of concrete left at the Monroe County Landfill about 10 years ago. Commissioners approved to take bids for services for the crushing into aggregate of a concrete stockpile of about 80,000 to 100,000 cubic yards present on the Monroe County Landfill site on Striddand Loop Road. Harbin Engineering repre- sentative Curtis Reynolds told commissioners that the concrete was left about a decade ago by the contractor who paved 1-75. Reynolds said as Harbin Engineering works to complete its five- year state permit review for the landfill, it must come up with a solution for housing the concrete. Reynolds provided com- missioners with three op- tions: 1. Move the concrete to the approved inert waste landfill onsite. 2. Recover the concrete as aggregate to be used as road base on county roads or sold. 3. Cover and stabilize the slopes of the concrete stockpile and desig- nate the area as a construc- tion and demolition landfill. Reynolds estimated the cost of Option i at $600,000 to $700,000 and estimated the cost of Option 3 at $75,000 to $200,000. Reynolds said the only one of the three options that could result in the county making a profit in the long run was Option 2, estimating a possible savings of $500,000 through selling the aggregate or using it for county roads. Reynolds said a preliminary bid for crushing services estimated the county would pay between $400,000 to $550,000 to crush all of the concrete. However, he estimated the county would earn back $1 million from selling or using the resulting aggregate. After about 10 minutes of discussion, District 3 com- missioner John Ambrose mo- tioned to approve Reynolds' recommendation to go with Option 2. Commissioners then approved by a 4-0 vote to take bids for crushing the concrete. In other Board of Commis- sioners' news: Monroe County Com- missioners on Tuesday, July 2 allowed county manager Jim Hedges to buy a new truck for recently-hired chief build- ing inspector Daniel Brown. After getting price com- parisons from Forsyth- based dealerships Volume Chevrolet and Hutchinson Ford, Hedges recommended buying a Ford Ranger 4 x 4 from Unadilla-based Bran- nen Motor Company in the amount of $34,353. Hedges said the Ranger is about $1,500 more expensive than a Chevrolet Silverado [500 4 x 4 at Volume Chevrolet, priced at $32,831, but he said he preferred Ford's safety features and slightly better gas mileage. However, District i com- missioner Larry Evans said he thinks the county would get a better deal on a 4 x 2 Chevrolet Colorado and urged Hedges to go back to Volume and get a price for a new Colorado. The other commissioners agreed with Evans, and commissioners approved by a 4-0 vote to al- low Hedges to buy the Colo- rado from Volume ffhe gets a deal he deems sufficient. At the recommenda- tion of county manager Jim Hedges, Monroe County Commissioners on Tuesday, July 2 put 14 county vehicles into surplus, nine from the sheriff's department, four from the road department and one formerly used in spraying for tics. Hedges said some of the vehicles would be sold intact at public auction while oth- ers would only be sold as scrap. The surplus vehicles range in mileage from as few as 148,000 to as many as 320,000. Monroe County Commis- sioners approved on Tuesday, July 2 a beer and wine sales license for the Rum Creek convenience store at the intersection of Hwys. 18 and 87. The new owner Lachu Punjabi recently bought the store from longtime owner William Roquemore. Monroe County Com- missioners on Tuesday, July 2 re-al~pointed Rosalind Mc- Millan to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of River Edge Behavioral Health. Community Service Board. t ue 1000 square feet of office space for accountant, professional, or business enterprise etc.