Legal Notices

Legals / Jul. 20, 2017 9:33am EDT


Superior Court, Windsor Unit, Probate Division, Docket No.: 140-3-17 Wrpr

In re Estate of: Royal Brown

To the Creditors of: ROYAL ERNEST BROWN late of Stockbridge, Vermont

I have been appointed to administer this estate. All creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate must present their claims in writing within four (4) months of the date of the first publication of this notice. The claim must be presented to me at the address listed below with a copy sent to the Court. The claim may be barred forever if it is not presented within the four (4) month period.

Dated: 7/3/17

The Herald of Randolph, July 13 and July 20, 2017

Address of Probate Windsor Unit- Probate Court, 12 The Green, Woodstock, Vermont 05091.

/s/ Evan Chadwick, Esq.
Executor of the Estate of Royal Brown
PO Box 6182
Brattleboro, VT 05302
Phone Number: 802-257-7161



The Town of Hancock, by and through its Selectboard, and the Trustees of the Hancock Public Library hereby provide notice of the terms of proposed conveyances of real estate owned by the Town of Hancock pursuant to 24 V.S.A. §1061(a)(1). The terms of the respective conveyances are set forth in (1) a proposed Easement Deed by and between the Trustees of the Hancock Public Library and the Town of Hancock, and (2) a Purchase and Sale Agreement by and between the Town of Hancock (the “Seller”) and Patrick and Debra Heindl (the “Purchasers”), copies of which are posted and available for review at the Hancock Town Offices located at 1027 VT Route 100, Hancock, Vermont. The terms of the Easement Deed and the Purchase and Sale Agreement include the following:

Description of Easement to be Conveyed to the Town of Hancock: The right to construct, install, maintain, operate, use, inspect, repair, and replace the existing water well and any and all underground pipes and any other fixtures and appurtenances, i.e. improvements, used for providing said water service, for the purpose of a nonexclusive perpetual water well access easement from a water well located on lands of the Hancock Public Library for the benefit of the Property referenced below owned by the Town of Hancock. There is no monetary consideration to be paid for this conveyance.

Description of Property to be Conveyed to Heindl: Town Office building and lands located at 48 Route 125, Hancock, Vermont (the “Property”), and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to the Town of Hancock by Warranty Deed of George B. Farr dated October 24, 1930, and recorded in the Hancock Land Records in Book 13 at Page 75. The purchase price is Twenty Thousand U.S. Dollars ($20,000.00). The above conveyance is contingent upon the Town of Hancock receiving an easement for water well access from the Hancock Public Library.

Other specific terms of the conveyances can be obtained by reviewing a copy of the Easement Deed and the Purchase and Sale Agreement, or by contacting the Hancock Town Clerk, Olivia Drury, at 802-767-3660.

Notice is hereby provided, pursuant to 24 V.S.A. §1061(a)(2) that:

If a petition signed by five percent of the legal voters of the municipality objecting to either or both of the proposed conveyances is presented to the municipal clerk within 30 days of the date of posting and publication of the notice required by subdivision (1) of this subsection, the legislative body shall cause the question of whether the Trustees shall convey the easement and/or the municipality shall convey the real estate to be considered at a special or annual meeting called for that purpose. After the meeting, the easement and real estate may be conveyed unless a majority of the voters of the municipality present and voting vote to disapprove of the conveyance.

Notice is also hereby provided that unless a petition is filed in accordance with 24 V.S.A. §1061(a)(2) as stated above, the Trustees of the Hancock Public Library and the Hancock Selectboard will be authorized to proceed with the conveyances on the terms set forth in the Easement Deed and the Purchase and Sale Agreement.

Respectfully submitted.
BY: /s/ Monica Collins, Chair and
Duly Authorized Agent.
Dated 6/30/17
BY: /s/ Eva Jesso, Duly Authorized
Agent. Dated 6/30/17


A public hearing before the Development Review Board (DRB) of the Town of Chelsea, Vermont, will be held in the Town Hall Library on Wednesday, August 2, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. to consider the following:

Application #ZP17-14 by New Creation Fellowship for conditional use review to consider the following: 1). The conversion of the entire ground floor of the Country Store Building and the attached southern building (current catering building) from commercial use to community service use for church services and gatherings. 2). The replacement of 5 windows on the main building. 3). The replacement of the concrete stairs in front of the catering building with wooden stairs. 4). The installation of hand rails on the outside staircase of the main building, and on the lower platform of the staircase. The property is located in the Control Design Overlay District at 289 VT Route 110 (Parcel #110-052.000).

Copies of these applications and related information are available for inspection at the office of the Town Clerk in Chelsea, VT.

Participation in this local proceeding is a prerequisite to the right to make any subsequent appeal.

Tim McCormick, Zoning Administrator and DRB Clerk, July 11, 2017

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