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TOWN OF LEESBURG
SNOW SEASON REMINDER
PUBLIC NOTICE


When a snow emergency is in effect, vehicles must be removed from snow emergency routes.


Snow emergency routes include:
Market Street, from Fairview Street to the Route 15 Bypass;
King Street from north of Union Street to Country Club Drive; and
Loudoun Street, from Liberty Street to Harrison Street.

The Town of Leesburg Public Works Division is responsible for snow
removal from public streets throughout town.
Town crews work 12 hour shifts 24 hours a day as long as necessary
to clear streets as quickly as possible.
Crews will salt and sand snow emergency routes and other primary
roads first, (main roads into subdivisions), followed by side streets.
Plowing is also performed on a priority basis, with snow emergency
routes and primary roads receiving attention first.
Until plowing is completed, citizens are urged not to use streets unless
absolutely necessary.
Snow from private property, driveways and parking areas must NOT
be pushed into the town‘s right-of-way.

Property owners or occupants are required to remove snow from the sidewalk adjoining their property within 24 hours of a snowfall.

If ice is present and cannot be removed, it should be covered with sand, kitty litter, ashes or other substance that will allow safe passage.

Helpful hints for Residents: Please remove all trash cans, basketball hoops, trailers and other personal property or vehicles from the sidewalks and roadways to provide ample space for the snow plowing equipment to enable the proper removal of the snow.

Sleds are not permitted on public streets.

For more information on snow emergencies, please call the
Leesburg Public Works - Street Division at 703-737-7070 or
visit our web site for more information; www.leesburgva.gov


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Legals | 12/17/14

PUBLIC NOTICE
FINAL NOTICE
FOR 2014 SEASON LEAF COLLECTION
The Town of Leesburg Department of Public Works


Final leaf pickup for the season will be
Friday, January 2nd, 2015through
Friday, January 9th, 2015
for non bagged/canned leaves
placed at the curb for bulk collection.
(With possible extension depending on weather)


Leaves will be collected as follows:

Southwest, Southeast, Northwest & Northeast

There will be a crew in each quadrant

Please note: Market Street divides the town north and south.
King Street divides the town east and west.

********* Attention All quadrants**********

¶ Please rake your leaves to about four feet from the edge of the
curb by Sunday night of each collection week during the
leaf pickup season.
¶ Please do not place leaves in front of or into storm drains.
¶On streets without curb and gutter, residents should place leaves as close as possible to the front property line, closet to the street.
¶Inclement weather (heavy rains or snow) or a heavy fall of leaves may extend the collection period for the affected quad rants.


AFTER final day of collection leaves ”must be set out in covered trash cans with handles or biodegradable paper yard waste bags, for recycling.

For more information on leaf removal, please call the
Leesburg Public Works - Street Division at 703-737-7073 or
visit our web site for more information; www.leesburgva.gov

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Legals | 12/17/14
PUBLIC AUCTION
Storage Direct @Woodbridge, previously Storage USA/ Extra Space Storage, facility operators sale for nonpayment of storage charges pursuant to the power of sale contained in the code of VA. Self Service Storage Act, Chapter 23-Section 55-116 thru 55-416 general charges for the satisfaction of the facility operators lien. The following properties will be sold at public auction on Tuesday, December 30, 2014, @9:00am on the premises of Storage Direct, 3318 Old Bridge Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192. Storage Direct reserves the right to cancel a sale at any time for any reason.
NAME:UNIT:
Mark Frazier 4180
David B Grund 4158
Legals | 12/17/14
NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT
OF ABANDONED VEHICLE
This notice is to inform the owner and any person having a security interest in their right to reclaim the motor vehicle herein described within 15 days after the date of storage charges resulting from placing the vehicle in custody, and the failure of the owner or persons having security interests to exercise their right to reclaim the vehicle within the time provided shall be deemed a waiver by the owner, and all persons having security interests of all right, title and interest in the vehicle, and consent to the sale of the abandoned motor vehicle at a public auction. BATTLEFIELD TOWING

This notice shall also advise the owner of record of his or her right to contest the determination by the Sheriff that the motor vehicle was ”abandoned, as provided in Chapter 630.08 of the Loudoun County Ordinance, by requesting a hearing before the County Administrator in writing. Such written request for a hearing must be made within 15 days of the notice.
YEAR MAKE MODEL VIN STORAGE______
1998 VOLKSWAGON PASSAT WVWMA63BXWE157836 ASHBURN TOWING
703-585-8770____
2005 JAGUAR S TYPE 5AJWA01T75FN84540ASHBURN TOWING
703-585-8770____
2004 CHEVROLETVENTURE 1GNDU03E74D237183 ROADRUNNER
WRECKER
703-450-7555___
2002 FORD FOCUS 3FAFP31332R231869 ROADRUNNER
WRECKER
703-450-7555
12/17/14, 12/24/14 4242660
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NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT
OF ABANDONED VEHICLE
This notice is to inform the owner and any person having a security interest in their right to reclaim the motor vehicle herein described within 15 days after the date of storage charges resulting from placing the vehicle in custody, and the failure of the owner or persons having security interests to exercise their right to reclaim the vehicle within the time provided shall be deemed a waiver by the owner, and all persons having security interests of all right, title and interest in the vehicle, and consent to the sale of the abandoned motor vehicle at a public auction.

This notice shall also advise the owner of record of his or her right to contest the determination by the Sheriff that the motor vehicle was ”abandoned, as provided in Chapter 630.08 of the Loudoun County Ordinance, by requesting a hearing before the County Administrator in writing. Such written request for a hearing must be made within 15 days of the notice.
YEAR MAKEMODEL VINSTORAGE_______
1984 LOADRITE TRAILER1PHABBM15E1002061 ASHBURN TOWING
703-585-8770______
1998SATURN 1G8ZG5289WZ243694 ALS TOWING
703-435-2467
12/10/14, 12/17/14 4237370"
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Notice
ABANDONED VESSEL
Notice is hereby given that the following vessel has been abandoned for more than 60 DAYS on the property of: Holly Acres RV and Marine, 13270 Minnieville Road, Woodbridge, VA 22192, (703) 494-5600 x208.
Description of watercrafts:
l Bayliner, 20 1989, blue with white hull, VA 7205XX
l Wellcraft, 21, 1997, teal stripe w/ white hull, DC0378C
l Tracker, 21, 2010, silver, VA346BU
l Reinell, 21, 1973, blue/black, VA3635PP
l Bayliner, 19, 2003, blue/white, VA4143BD
l Renken, 19, 1981, maroon, VA8582BT
Application for Watercraft Registration/Title will be made in accordance with Section 29.1-733.1 of the Code of Virginia if this vessel is not claimed and removed within 30 days of first publication of this notice. Please contact the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries with questions.
Legals | 12/17/14

ATTENTION
TOWN OF LEESBURG RESIDENTS

Town Offices will be closed from
Noon on Wednesday, December 24th,
Thursday, December 25th and Friday, December 26th.

Residents in the SW & SE quadrants
(this includes South King Street & West Market Street)
There will be NO trash, recycling or yard waste collection on Christmas Day, Thursday, December 25th. Your trash, recycling and yard waste will be collected on Saturday, December 27th.

Residents in the NW & NE quadrants
(this includes North King Street)
There is NO change in your collection schedule.
Your trash, recycling & yard waste
will be collected on Friday, December 26th.

Bulk pickups will occur on Friday, December 26th as usual.
The list will close at Noon on Wednesday, December 24th.
All requests must be received before then to be on Fridays list.



Town Offices will be closed from
Noon on Wednesday, December 31st, 2014,
Thursday, January 1st, 2015 and Friday, January 2nd, 2015.

Residents in the SW & SE quadrants
(this includes South King Street & West Market Street)
There will be NO trash, recycling or yard waste collection on New Years Day, Thursday, January 1st, 2015. Your trash, recycling and yard waste will be collected on Saturday, January 3rd, 2015.

Residents in the NW & NE quadrants
(this includes North King Street)
There is NO change in your collection schedule.
Your trash, recycling & yard waste
will be collected on Friday, January 2nd, 2015.

Bulk pickups will occur on Friday, January 2nd, 2015 as usual.
The list will close at Noon on Wednesday, December 31st.
All requests must be received before then to be on Fridays list.



ATTENTION TOWN OF LEESBURG
CURBSIDE COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS

There will be NO trash or recycling collection on
Christmas Day, Thursday, December 25th or on
New Years Day, Thursday, January 1st, 2015

Trash and recycling will be collected on
Friday, December 26th and on Friday, January 2nd, 2015.

Saturday collections will be on the regular schedule.



THANK YOU and have a wonderful holiday.
Department of Public Works
trash@leesburgva.gov
December 2014

12/17/14, 12/24/14, 12/31/144240750
Legals | 12/17/14

ATTENTION
TOWN OF LEESBURG RESIDENTS

CSI will collect Holiday Trees on the following days:

★ SE/SW - (includes S. King St. & West Market St.)
Thursday, January 8th and 15th
★ NE/NW - (includes N. King St.)
Friday, January 9th and 16th
★ Town crews will collect trees before and after the abovedates during brush collection. You must place tree at thecurb by Monday evening for this service.

Please prepare your trees in the following manner:

★ Remove all decorations. Pease check carefully for itemshidden behind thicker branches or limbs
★ Remove tinsel, fake snow, angle hair, garland, etc.
★ Remove all lighting
★ Remove all twine, metal or plastic ties and string
★ Remove stands and bases
★ Do not place trees in plactic Tree Disposal Bags




-Thank you-
Department of Public Works
trash@leesburgva.gov
January 2015

12/10/14, 12/17/14, 12/24/14, 12/31/14, 01/07/15, 01/14/15, 01/21/15, 01/28/15 4235590
Legals | 12/17/14
VIRGINIA:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOUDOUN COUNTY
The COUNTY OF LOUDOUN,
Plaintiff
V Civil Action No. 91133
HEIRS & SUCCESSORS-IN-INTEREST
OF WILLIAM BAGENT, et al.
Defendants.

ORDER OF PUBLICATION
The object of the above-styled suit is to affect the judicial sale of real estate located in Loudoun County, Virginia, for the purpose of collecting delinquent real estate taxes assessed against such property.
The real property is identified as vacant land containing 13 acres more or less and identified as Loudoun County PIN475-29-2950-000 and Tax Map Number //8///////157/ (the ”Property) and further described as:
13 acres, more or less, on the west side of Short Hill Mountain, described by metes and bounds in deed dated October 11, 1834 recorded in Deed Book 4F Page 79.
IT APPEARING to the Court, by affidavit, that William Bagent is the last record owner of the Property, that he died, intestate; and that William Bagents heirs and successors-in-interest who may have an interest in the Property are: the heirs of James Bagent, who may include, without limitation, the heirs of John Wesley Bagent; and the heirs of Barbara Bagent Nuse, who may include without limitation, Linda G. Booth, Barbara Booth, Joseph Nuse, and James Nuse; and the heirs of William Bagent, Jr. who may include, without limitation, Clarence Spinks, Herman Eugene Spinks, and the children of William H. Spinks, deceased, namely Ronnie Spinks, Victoria Spinks and Brenda Spinks Boho, Mary Fry, John Wayne Bagent, Evelyn Bageant Spitzer, Thomas Bageant, Richard Bageant, Jerry Bageant, Randy Bageant, and Robert Bageant; and the heirs of George Washington Bagent, who may include, without limitation, Mary Shewbridge; and the heirs of Joseph D. Bagent and others who are PARTIES UNKNOWN; and
It further APPEARING to the Court, by affidavit, that the PARTIES UNKNOWN should be served by publication; and
It further APPEARING to the Court, by affidavit, that Linda G. Booth, Barbara Booth Martin, Joseph Nuse, John Wayne Bagent, Evelyn Bageant Spitzer, Randy Bageant and Robert Bageant are or may be non-resident individuals.
It is therefore ORDERED, pursuant to Virginia Code Ann. §§ 8.01-316 and 58.1-3967, that the PARTIES UNKNOWN and non-resident individuals Linda G. Booth, Barbara Booth Martin, Joseph Nuse, John Wayne Bagent, Evelyn Bageant Spitzer, Randy Bageant and Robert Bageant appear before this Court on January 9, 2015 at 2:00 p.m., and do what is necessary to protect their interests herein; and it is also
ORDERED, pursuant to Va. Code Ann. § 8.01-321, this Order be published for two successive weeks in the Loudoun Times Mirror.
ENTERED: December 3, 2014.
Stephen E. Sincavage
Judge, Loudoun County Circuit Court
WE ASK FOR THIS;
LEO P. ROGERS
COUNTY ATTORNEY
By: Steven F. Jackson
Steven F. Jackson (VSB No. 37678)
Belkys Escobar (VSB No. 74866)
Assistant County Attorneys
One Harrison Street, S.E., 5th Floor
P.O. Box 7000
Leesburg, Virginia 20177-7000
Telephone: 703-777-0307
Facsimile: 703-771-5025
12/17/14, 12/24/14 4242120
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VIRGINIA;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FAUQUIER COUNTY
APRIL LIGHTFOOT JENKINS
Plaintiff,
v.Case No. CL14-603
JAMES ROBERT JENKINS
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
THIS MATTER having come before the Court to obtain service of process in the Plaintiffs Complaint for Divorce; and
IT APPEARING TO THE COURT that the Defendant, JAMES ROBERT JENKINS, cannot be found, and that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain the location of said party in order to effectuate service upon him; and
IT FURTHER APPEARING TOT HE COURT that the last known address of the Defendant was 8013 Botha Road, Warrenton, Virginia 20186; it is hereby
ADJUDGED, ORDERED AND DECREED that this Order of Publication is granted and the Defendant, JAMES ROBERT JENKINS, shall appear on or before the 10 days after due publication of this notice to appear in the Fauquier Times for 2 successive weeks to protect his interest in this cause.
ENTERED THIS 8 DAY OF DECEMBER, 2014
Jeffrey W. Parker, Judge
WE ASK FOR THIS:
PHILLIPS, BECKWITH HALL & CHASE
Bradley T. Chase
Va. Bar No. 34482
10513 Judicial Drive, Suite #100
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
PHONE: (703) 691-4100
Counsel for Plaintiff
Legals | 12/17/14
VIRGINIA:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOUDOUN COUNTY
The COUNTY OF LOUDOUN,
Plaintiff
V Civil Action No. 91152
HEIRS & SUCCESSORS-IN-INTEREST
OF NATHANIEL JACKSON, et al.
Defendants
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
The object of the above-styled suit is to affect the judicial sale of real estate located in Loudoun County, Virginia, for the purpose of collecting delinquent real estate taxes assessed against such property. The real property is identified as a vacant parcel of land near Beaver Dam containing 5.25 acres more or less and identified as Loudoun County PIN No. 564-37-1185-000 and Tax Map Number /72////////56/ (the ”Property) and further described of record as:
All that certain tract or parcel of land, together with all the improvements thereon and appurtenances thereunto appertaining, situate, laying and being near Beaver Dam, in Loudoun County, Virginia, containing 6 1/2 acres, more or less, adjoinging Beavers and others and being the wood land of the John Triplet land as described in the deed from R. Taylor Scott to Elsey Duncan recorded in the Clerks Office in the Circuit Court of Loudoun County, Virginia.
LESS AND EXCEPT, HOWEVER, the following abatements:
(1) An abatement of 1 rood and 15 poles conveyed by Nathaniel Jackson to Dudley and Bruce Lloyd, by deed dated 26 July 1941, and of record in the aforesaid Clerks Office in Deed Book 11M, at Page 124.
(2) An abatement of 1 acre, more or less, conveyed by Nathaniel Jackson to Jefferson Jackson by deed dated the 6th day of October, 1905, and of record in the aforesaid Clerks Office in Deed Book 12 I, at Page 16.
IT APPEARING to the Court, by affidavit, the Nathaniel Jackson is the last record owner of the Property, that he is deceased, that no will or list of heirs has been recorded in Loudoun County for him; and that Nathaniel Jacksons heirs and successors-in-interest who have an interest in the Property may include Martha Jackson, Irene Jackson Neal, Robert Jackson, Martha Jackson Freeman, James H. Jackson, Lucy Jackson Robinson, Edward Jackson, Mary Jackson Lewis, Rebecca Jackson Waters, Hattie Jackson Allen, Henrietta Jackson Miller, Catherine Jackson Gilbert, Maggie Jackson Trammell, Len Neal, Grace Neal Smith, Ethel Neal Richardson, Rosa Jackson, Cordelia Jackson, Mary G. Reid, Willard Jackson, Ray Jackson, Emma Jackson, Percy Jackson, Martha Jackson Freeman, Charles Freeman, Rebecca Singleton, Ellsworth Freeman, Ernest Freeman, Addie Jackson, James E. Jackson, Roger Jackson, Charles Robinson and others who are PARTIES UNKNOWN; and
It further APPEARING to the Court, by affidavit, that the PARTIES UNKNOWN should be served by publication; and
It further APPEARING to the Court, by affidavit, that Janet J. Smallwood acquired her interest in the Property by deed dated June 20, 1980 recorded among the Land Records at Deed Book 1233 Page 798 on June 18, 1993, is a non-resident individual; it is therefore
ORDERED, pursuant to Virginia Code Ann. §§ 8.01-316 and 58.1-3967, that the PARTIES UNKNOWN and Janet J. Smallwood appear before this Court on February 6, 2015 at 2:00 p.m., and do what is necessary to protect their interests herein; and it is also
ORDERED, pursuant to Va. Code Ann. § 8.01-321, this Order be published for two successive weeks in the Loudoun Times Mirror.
ENTERED: December 2, 2014.
Jeanette A. Irby
Judge, Loudoun County Circuit Court
WE ASK FOR THIS;
LEO P. ROGERS
COUNTY ATTORNEY
By: Steven F. Jackson
Steven F. Jackson (VSB No. 37678)
Assistant County Attorney
One Harrison Street, S.E., 5th Floor
P.O. Box 7000
Leesburg, Virginia 20177-7000
Telephone: 703-777-0307
Facsimile: 703-771-5025
12/17/14, 12/24/14 4240270
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Legals | 12/17/14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Commonwealth of Virginia
VA. CODE § 8.01-316
Case No.:JJ034351-15-00

Juvenile and Domestic Relations
District Court of Loudoun County

Commonwealth of Virginia, in re

Evelyn Diaz

Loudoun County Department
of Family Services

/v.


Juan Antonio Villalta
aka/Juan Antonio Vallalta and
Juan Villata, putative father

The object of this suit is to:

hold a 4th permanency planning hearing and review of Foster Care Planpursuant to Virginia Code Sections 16.1-282.1 and 16.1-281 for Evelyn Diaz.

It is ORDERED that the defendant Juan Antonio Villalta aka/Juan Antonio Vallalta and Juan Villata, putative father appear at the above-named Court to protect his interests on or before February 10, 2015 at 10:00 A.M.
12/17/14, 12/24/14, 12/31/14, 1/7/15 4243060
Legals | 12/17/14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Commonwealth of Virginia
VA. CODE § 8.01-316
Case No.:JJ034370-06-00

Juvenile and Domestic Relations
District Court of Loudoun County

Commonwealth of Virginia, in re

Alejandra Yamileth Rodriguez Lopez

Loudoun County Department
of Family Services

/v.


Omar Melgar Guevara
aka/Omar Guevara-Melgar, putative father

The object of this suit is to:

hold a foster care review hearing and review of foster care plan pursuant to Virginia Code Sections16.1-282 and 16.1-281 for Alejandra Yamileth Rodriguez Lopez.

It is ORDERED that the defendant Omar Melgar Guevara aka/Omar Guevara-Melgar, putative father appear at the above-named Court to protect his interests on or before February 10, 2015 at 10:00 A.M.
12/17/14, 12/24/14, 12/31/14, 1/7/15 4243000
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Commonwealth of Virginia VA.
CODE §8.01-316
Case No. JJ015435-01-00
FAUQUIER COUNTY
( ) General District County
(x) Juvenile and Domestic Relations
District Court
Commonwealth of Virginia, in re
RIVERA ALFARDO, DIEGO ALEJANDRO
CESAR RIVERA MOLINA v.
ARELY DEL CARMEN ALFARO
The object of this suit is to:
Establish custody of DIEGO ALEJANDRO RIVERA ALFARO
It is ORDERED that ARELY DEL CARMEN ALFARO appear at the above-named Court and protect his or her interests on or before 4/03/2015 10:00AM.
11/25/2014 Mary Andrzejewski
Deputy Clerk
Legals | 12/17/14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Commonwealth of Virginia
VA. CODE § 8.01-316
Case No.:JJ006696-11-00

Juvenile and Domestic Relations
District Court of Loudoun County

Commonwealth of Virginia, in re

Eric Cameron

Loudoun County Department
of Family Services

/v.

Ruth Cameron, mother; Joseph Cameron, putative father and Unknown father

The object of this suit is a:

2nd permanency planning hearing and review of foster care plan with goal of adoption, pursuant to Virginia Code §§ 16.1-282.1 and 16.1-281 for Eric Cameron and Petition for Termination of Parental Rights of Ruth Cameron, mother; Joseph Cameron, putative father and Unknown father pursuant to Virginia Code § 16.1-283 for Eric Cameron. Ruth Cameron, mother; Joseph Cameron, putative father and Unknown father are hereby notified that failure to appear on the hereinafter noticed date and time may result in the entry of an Order approving a permanency goal of adoption as well as the termination of their residual parental rights with respect to Eric Cameron. Ruth Cameron, mother; Joseph Cameron, putative father and Unknown father are hereby further notified that if their residual parental rights are terminated, they will no longer have any legal rights with respect to said minor child, including, but not limited to, the right to visit Eric Cameron; any authority with respect to the care and supervision of Eric Cameron; or the right to make health related decisions or determine the religious affiliation of Eric Cameron. Further, Ruth Cameron, mother; Joseph Cameron, putative father and Unknown father will have no legal and/or financial obligations with respect to Eric Cameron and the Department of Family Services of Loudoun County, Virginia may be granted the authority to place Eric Cameron for adoption and consent to the adoption of Eric Cameron.
It is ORDERED that the defendants Ruth Cameron, mother; Joseph Cameron, putative father and Unknown father appear at the above-named Court to protect their interests on or before January 20, 2015 at 2:00 P.M.
12/17/14, 12/24/14, 12/31/14, 1/7/15 4242780
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