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Automotive

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Help Wanted
E-2 ELECTRICIAN Seeking E-2 electrician, 401 K, Holidays, competitive pay. Must be well rounded in all phases of electrical work including commercial, residential, low voltage and industrial. Generator knowedge and mechanical experience helpful. Must have clean driving record, references, subject to background check and drug test. Send resume to:  elec2app@gmail.com

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Warehouse positions Open in Wholesale Company. P/T, Small package department. F/T, Container/ Warehouse Associate. Attention to detail. Able to lift 70Lbs. Please send resume to: Keith@lipperinternational.com

Help Wanted
NEWSPAPER DELIVERY ROUTES AVAILABLE $400-$600 Every 2 weeks + Tips (Depending upon area.) Routes available in the following towns: Meriden, Wallingford, Southington, Cheshire, Middletown, Middlefield, Durham and Berlin. Make extra cash before you go to work making early morning newspaper deliveries using your own vehicle. NO experience necessary. Must be able to deliver early mornings, 7 days a week starting at 2:00 A.M. MUST be dependable, able to read a map and a route list with specific delivery instructions. We will demonstrate the route to you. Routes average 1.5 to 3 hours daily. No collections required. Not Temp Work, Long Term Contracts. Call Vinny at (860) 846-6399 before 11 a.m. and start tomorrow.

Legals

RJLiquor Permit
STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION LIQUOR PERMIT MERIDEN Notice of Application   This is to give notice, that I,   CARLOS J VILLAR REYES 14 LEDGECREST AVE NEW BRITAIN, CT 06051-1318   Have filed an application placarded 05/24/2019 with the Department of Consumer Protection for a GROCERY BEER PERMIT for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises at   293 COOK AVE MERIDEN, CT 06451-6267   The business will be owned by: KARLOS GROCERY STORE, LLC   Objections must be filed by 07/05/2019  CARLOS J VILLAR REYES

Legal Notices
LEGAL NOTICE The Wallingford Zoning Board of Appeals, at its meeting of Monday, May 20, 2019, voted to take the following actions:   They voted to approve:   1.#19-010-Variance Request from Choate Rosemary Hall for height of 70 ft. where maximum 30 ft. is permitted to erect 4 poles to illuminate reconstructed athletic field at 333 Christian Street-55 North Elm Street.   2.#19-013-Special Exception Request from Brunski/Smart Start Preschool to add day camp program to existing preschool program at 56 Gaylord Farm Road.     They Denied:   1.#19-012-Variance Requests from Wilkens for side yard of 11.8 ft. where 1.5 ft. exists and 20 ft. is required and building coverage of 16% where 14.5% exists and maximum 15% is permitted to construct an addition at 188 Parker Farms Road.   WALLINGFORD ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS /S/CHRISTINA TATTA, SECRETARY   DATED WALLINGFORD May 21, 2019 R216531

Legal Notices
SOUTHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS LEGAL NOTICE     The Southington Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the John Weichsel Municipal Center Public Assembly Room, 196 North Main Street, Southington, Connecticut for the following purpose:   A. APPEAL #6389A, Application of Taylor Pilewski for a request to modify conditions of a special exception and variance under Sections 15-04 & 15-05 of the Zoning Regulations, 36 Triano Drive – Unit A, property of AMJM Realty LLC in an I-2 zone.   B. APPEAL #6390A, Application of Michael DiBenedetto for a 2’ fence height variance for the front yard under Sections 2-19S & 15-04 of the Zoning Regulations, 8 Wonx Spring Road, property of Michael DiBenedetto in an R-20/25 zone.   C. APPEAL #6391A, Application of Saleem Khan for a request to modify conditions on a special exception under Section 15-05 of the Zoning Regulations, 196 Clark Street, property of C&R Freedom Enterprises LLC in an I-1zone.     Dated this 14th day of May, 2019              ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS          JOSEPH LAPORTE, CHAIRMAN    R216071   

Legal Notices
LEGAL NOTICE Wallingford   As required by Connecticut State Statute, Title 7, Section 247a. and as established by the Publice Utilitities Commission at their meeting of May 21, 2019, the Public Utilities Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 6:45 p.m. at the Wallingford Electric Division, 100 John Street, for the purpose of public discussion on the proposed Water Pollution Control Facility Phosphorus Upgrades Project. R216543

Legal Notices
LEGAL NOTICE   SouthingtonPlanning & Zoning Commission Notice of Public Hearing   The Southington Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 4, 2019at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Center Assembly Room, 196 North Main Street, Southington, Connecticut, for the following application:   1. Home Occupation application of Kathryn Albert to allow the sale of baked goods under the Cottage Food License, property located at 32 Kiefer Road, in an R-20/25 zone (HO #73)   Dated at Southington, Connecticut This 21st day of May, 2019   ______________________________ Robert A. Phillips, AICP Director of Planning and Community Development R216513

RJLiquor Permit
STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION LIQUOR PERMIT MERIDEN Notice of Application   This is to give notice, that I, MARNA EVILIA 858 PADDOCK AVE MERIDEN, CT  06450-7020   Have filed an application placarded 05/17/2019 with the Department of Consumer Protection for a RESTAURANT LIQUOR PERMIT for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises at   2003 N BROAD ST MERIDEN  CT 06450-2466   The business will be owned by: SANS SOUCI RESTAURANT LLC Entertainment will consist of: Acoustics (not amplified)   Objections must be filed by 06/28/2019   MARNA EVILIA R216160

Legal Notices
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE PROPOSED 2019-2020 OPERATING BUDGET OF THE GREENWAY COMMONS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT   A public hearing of the Greenway Commons Improvement District (the “District”) will be held at the Southington Town Hall, Town Manager’s Office, 75 Main Street, Southington, Connecticut, on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. regarding the District’s proposed 2019-2020 annual operating budget.   The proposed 2019-2020 annual operating budget is available upon request to the District at the offices of the District’s attorneys: Pullman & Comley, LLC, 850 Main Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604, Attention: Michael J. Andreana.   Board of Directors Greenway Commons Improvement District R216527

Legal Notices
 SOUTHINGTON LEGAL AGENDA TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, May 28, 2019 – 7:00 p.m. John Weichsel Municipal Center Assembly Room 196 N. Main Street, Southington, CT Regular Meeting I.     Roll Call – Prayer – Flag Salute II.    Minutes III.   Councilperson Communications IV.   Reports of Special Committees              A. Sewer Committee              B. Open Space                   1. Train Depot V.   Town Manager’s Report and Communications             A. Introduction of Bond Ordinance appropriating $900,000                  for the 2019 Road Improvement Program, and                  authorizing the issue of $900,000 Bonds and Notes                  to finance the appropriation                 B. Introduction of Bond Ordinance appropriating $2,930,000                  for costs related to the Acquisition of the John Weichsel                  Municipal Center property, and authorizing the issue of                  not to exceed $2,930,000 Bonds and Notes to finance                  the portion of the appropriation not determined by the                  Town Council to be defrayed from the Town’s                  General Fund Balance             C. Board of Finance Minutes             D. Neighborhood Assistance Act Grant              E. Personal Property Tops Market VI.  Town Attorney’s Report             A. 8-24 Planning and Zoning VII.  Public Communications* VIII. Old Business             A. Action on Setting of Public Hearing for Road Improvement                Program Bond Ordinance             B. Action on Setting of Public Hearing for John Weichsel                Municipal Center Bond Ordinance             C. Action on 8-24 Referral of Bond Ordinances to                Planning and Zoning            D. Action on Board of Finance Minutes            E. Action on Scheduling a Public Hearing for Neighborhood                Assistance Act Grant             F. Action on Tops Market           G. Action on Curtis Open Space Agreement IX.  New Business           A. Tax Refunds           B. Appointments:               1. Parking Authority, 1 member, term expiring 2021                2. Senior Citizens Committee, 1 member, term                   expiring 2021  X.  Adjournment *Remarks of any qualified elector or taxpayer (town resident over age 18) shall, in the discretion of the Chair, be limited to 5 minutes R216567

Legal Notices
LEGAL NOTICE   VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK PLAYSCAPE SOUTHINGTON, CONNECTICUT   INVITATION TO BID   Sealed bids for VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK PLAYSCAPE will be received at the Southington Town Hall, Office of the Town Manager, 75 Main Street, until 9:30 a.m., Monday, June 24, 2019, after which time they will be publicaly opened and read aloud.   The work consists of: A new playground adjacent to Memorial Park Pool. Playground equipment shall be provided by the Town.   The Town of Southington hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation, and that they will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, national origin or sex, in consideration for the award.   Plans, specifications and proposals for the above project may be reviewed at the Highway/Parks Department, Della Bitta Drive, Plantsville. Copies of the contract documents may be obtained only on the Town of Southington Website 'www.southington.org' as well as the State of Connecticut DAS Portal 'das.ct.gov'.   All bidders are required to inform themselves fully of the conditions relating to the construction and labor under which the work will be or is now being performed and the Contractor shall employ, as far as possible, such methods and means in the carrying out ot this work as will not cause interruption or interference with any other contractor.   Bid security in the form of a Surety Company Bond, on form furnished by the Town of Southington for 5% of the amount of the bid, must accompany each proposal. The Town of Southington reserves the rught to reject any and all bids.   TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON, CONNECTICUT Annette S. Turnquist, P.E., M.P.A. Town Engineer R216565

RJProbate
STATE OF CONNECTICUT COURT OF PROBATE Wallingford NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF JAMES D. MONROE, AKA James Daniel Monroe (19-00250) The Hon. Philip A. Wright, Jr., Judge of the Court of Probate, District of Wallingford Probate Court, by decree dated May 22, 2019, ordered that all claims must be presented to the fiduciary at the address below. Failure to promptly present any such claim may result in the loss of rights to recover on such claim. Mary Redman, Clerk   The fiduciary is:    Donna M. Monroe c/o Gregory A. Allen, Esq., Law Offices of Gregory Allen, 5 North Main Street, Suite 5, Wallingford, CT 06492 R216563

RJProbate
STATE OF CONNECTICUT COURT OF PROBATE Wallingford NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF EVELYN L. LANDINO (19-00249) The Hon. Philip A. Wright, Jr., Judge of the Court of Probate, District of Wallingford Probate Court, by decree dated May 22, 2019, ordered that all claims must be presented to the fiduciary at the address below.  Failure to promptly present any such claim may result in the loss of rights to recover on such claim. Mary Redman, Clerk   The fiduciary is:    Lori Foggitt, 334 South Main Street, Apt #4, Wallingford, CT 06492 R216562

Legal Notices
Meriden Zoning Board of Appeals Legal Notice   Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the City of Meriden will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday June 4, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall - Room 131 - 142 East Main St. - Meriden, CT relative to the following applications:   Appeal #4652-Owner Houses Are Us LLC / Applicant Anthony Pellegrino at 190 Grove Street.  Proposed 756 sf addition for a non-conforming bar per Section 213-60(B), a reduction of the parking setback from 15’ to 5.4’ per Section 213-55(J), a reduction of the required number of parking spaces per Section 213-55(K) and Section 213-55(E)(6), and a reduction of the rear yard setback from 25’ to 20.7’ for an addition per Section 213-12(B) in a C-4 zone.   Appeal #4653-Owner Leemilts Petroleum, Inc / Applicant Global Montello Group Corp. at 938 East Main Street.  Modification of the special exception for the existing gas station and convenience store for a new 2,500 sf store to replace the existing 1,600 sf store per Section 213-60(B) and a variance to reduce the rear yard setback from 20’ to 9.83’ per Section 213-12(B) in a C-3 zone.                                                                                               Vice-Chairman Victor A. Matias, Jr.   Dated:  Tuesday, May 21, 2019 R216487

Legal Notices
LEGAL NOTICE   MERIDEN INLAND WETLANDS AND WATERCOURSE COMMISSION The Meriden Inland Wetlands and Watercourse Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 131, City Hall, 142 East Main St. Meriden, CT on the following applications:   A. Application of City of Meriden Department of Public Utilities at 31 Bailey Avenue – Filling for the installation of a berm in the wetland and upland review area resulting in 3,195 SF of wetland impacts and excavation of the upland review area resulting in 4,828 SF of wetland creation.   B. Application of Meriden Gardens LLC at 1444-1460 North Broad St. and 18,29,30,36, and 40 Lirot Ct. - Proposed excavation and filling in the wetland for the installation of a culvert and driveway resulting in 558 sf of permanent wetland disturbance and excavation and paving in the upland review area for construction of multi-family residential dwellings and the associated access drive, utilities, and site work.   C. Application of Castle View West LLC at 473 Allen Ave.- Excavation and filling in the upland review area and replacement of a culvert in the wetland resulting in 350 sf of wetland disturbance for installation of a residential driveway.     At this hearing, persons may appear and be heard and written communications will be reviewed.  Plans are on file in the City Planner’s Office, Room 132, City Hall, during regular business hours. Paul A. Dickson  Assistant Planner   Dated this Wednesday May 22, 2019 R216480                                                                                                                    

Legal Notices
    NOTICE OF PASSAGE OF ORDINANCE   AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $60,000,000 FOR THE PLANNING, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION OF A TERTIARY TREATMENT PROCESS FOR PHOSPHOROUS REMOVAL AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WALLINGFORD WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF $60,000,000 BONDS OF THE TOWN TO MEET SAID APPROPRIATION AND PENDING THE ISSUANCE THEREOF THE MAKING OF TEMPORARY BORROWINGS FOR SUCH PURPOSE   Section 1.  The sum of $60,000,000 is appropriated for the planning, acquisition and construction of major process improvements to the Wallingford Water Pollution Control Facility, including:  construction of a tertiary treatment process for phosphorous removal, secondary settling tankage, secondary pump station, ultraviolet disinfection, and post aeration processes along with civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, instrumentation and control, electrical upgrades, appurtenances, and design engineering and other consultant services or so much thereof as may be accomplished with such appropriation, including administrative, advertising, printing, legal and financing costs related thereto (hereafter the "Project”).  Said appropriation shall be inclusive of State and Federal grants-in-aid.    Section 2.  The estimated useful life of the project exceeds thirty years.  The total estimated cost of the project is $60.0 million.  The Project has been submitted to the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection for funding from the State of Connecticut Clean Water Fund loan program.  Pending a determination by the DEEP, the estimated State grant is $19.9 million, the estimated State loan is $38 million, and the Town net cost is $2.1 million.   Section 3.  To meet said appropriation:   (i)  bonds of the Town may be issued, maturing not later than the thirtieth year after their date, or such later date as may be allowed by law.  Said bonds may be issued in one or more series as determined by the Mayor, Comptroller, and the Town Treasurer, or any two of them (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.  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 the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut, as amended; or   (ii)  temporary notes of the Town may be issued pursuant to Sections 7-264 or 7-264a of the General Statutes of Connecticut, as amended.  The amount of such notes to be issued, if any, shall be determined by the Town Officials and they are hereby authorized to determine the date, maturity, interest rate, form and other details and particulars of such notes, and to sell, execute and deliver the same.  Said notes shall be secured by the full faith and credit of the Town and may be further secured in any other manner set forth in Sections 7-264 or 7-264a, aforesaid, as determined by the Town Officials; or   (iii)  State or Federal loans as set forth in Section 6, or   (iv)  any combination of bonds or temporary notes or State or Federal loans may be issued, provided that the total, aggregate principal amount thereof outstanding at any time shall not exceed $60,000,000.   Section 4.  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 the purchase agreement shall be approved by the Town Officials. With respect to the receipt of original issuance premium or bid premium upon the sale of the bonds or notes herein authorized, the Town Officials are authorized, but not required, to apply original issuance premium and bid premium, if applicable, to fund any purpose for which bonds of the Town are authorized to be issued, and such application shall reduce the amount of authorized and unissued bonds of the purpose to which the premium was applied, in the amount so applied.   Section 5.  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 6.  The Mayor is authorized in the name and on behalf of the Town to apply for and accept any and all Federal and State loans and/or grants-in-aid of the Project and is further authorized to expend said funds in accordance with the terms hereof and in connection therewith to contract in the name of the Town with engineers, contractors and others.  To meet any portion of the costs of the Project determined by the State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to be eligible for funding under Section 22a-475 et seq. of the Connecticut General Statutes, as the same may be amended from time to time (the "Clean Water Fund Program"), the Town may issue interim funding obligations in anticipation of project loan obligations and project loan obligations in such denominations as the Town Officials shall determine.  The Town Officials are hereby authorized to determine the amount, date, maturity, interest rate, form and other details and particulars of such interim funding obligations and project loan obligations, subject to the provisions of the Clean Water Fund Program, and to execute and deliver the same.  Said obligations 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 obligation is within every debt and other limit prescribed by law, and 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 Mayor is hereby authorized to execute and deliver to the State in the name of and on behalf of the Town Project Loan and Project Grant Agreements under the Clean Water Fund Program.   Section 7.  Resolution of Official Intent to Reimburse Expenditures with 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 after 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 8.  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 9.  It is hereby found and determined that it is in the public interest to issue all, or a portion of, the bonds, notes or other obligations of the Town authorized to be issued herein 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.     Approved:  William W. Dickinson, Jr., Mayor   Dated: May 23, 2019 Barbara Thompson Town Clerk R216576

Merchandise

Wanted To Buy
1-2 ITEMS: China, Silverware, Glass. Furn., 50's. Whole Estates. 203.238.3499

Lawn and Garden
WOODEN CHAIR W/table and umbrella, for patio, good condition. $60 obo. (203) 999-4011.

Wanted To Buy
1,2,3 Items or an Estate $$$CA$H$$$ Todd Shamock 203.494.1695Estate Sale Service Costume Jewelry, Antiques, paintings, Meriden-made.

Lawn and Garden
MATERIALS DISTRIBUTION Screened Topsoil $25 per yd; Sand-$15 per yd; Millings-$10 per yd; Screened Millings $14 per yd; Clean Fill $8 per yd: $100 minimum delivery. No pickup truck service. Minimum 16 yd pickup at our yard. Call Jim  @ 860-982-4819 for delivery

Wanted To Buy
***NEED EXTRA CASH?*** Always buying coins, gold, silver, antiques, collectibles, estate & broken or unwanted jewelry.  Live auction & estate services. Rick's Antiques & Coins, 428 N. Colony Rd., Rt. 5, Wlfd. 203.269.9888.  ricksantiques andcoins.com

Appliances
Whirlpool Washer & Dryer Both are 2 years old & in good cond. Washer is top load, energy star, 12 cycle with EcoBoost. Dryer is front load with wrinkle shield. $500 for both obo. 860.378.7076.

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

Musical Instruments Instruction
Music By Roberta  Perform. Instruct voice-all ages+levels. Piano begin.-interm. 860-406-4676.

Lawn and Garden
VERY NICE  SCREENED  TOPSOIL $25/yard delivered,  3 yd, $100 min. delivery  Call Jim 860-982-4819

Lawn and Garden
3 beautiful gold fish  For homeowner's pond, 6" long, $50. 860-834-6583..

Antiques and Collectibles
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
DEE'S ANTIQUES Buying Collectibles. Jewelry & Silver. China. Glass. Military. Musical. Anything Old & Unusual. Single item to an estate. 203.235.8431.

Wanted To Buy
All Cash For MILITARY ITEMS 203-237-6575

Musical Instruments Instruction
Piano Lessons in Wallingford Free introductory lesson with the first month half price.  No obligations.  Contact Tara at LiveWithMusic.net 

Wanted To Buy
ALWAYS Buying old tools. Wanted old, used and antique hand tools, MACHINIST woodworking, engraving and work bench tools. Additional antique and vintage items may also be of interest. Please call with confidence. Fair offers made in your home. Cory-860.322.4367

Wanted To Buy
BUYING MACHINIST TOOLBOXES Tools & tooling, contents of machine shops, home workshops and small lathes. Call anytime 860-985-5760

Wanted To Buy
WANTED Individual firearms, collections & estates including military & related items.Federally licensed firearms dealer. Gunsmith, appraisals, Richard Pleines, (860) 663-2214.

Wanted To Buy
AARON'S BUYING Old Machinist Tools, Lathes, BenchTools, Hand Tools & more. (203) 525-0608

Pets

Pet Services
ATTENTION DOG OWNERS! Obedience Classes  Starting  May 20th, MONDAY Evenings at  Cheshire Park & Rec. 8 week course Beginners - 6:15pm Novices - 7:15pm Pre-Reg online or call Chesh. Park & Rec at 203-272-2743    9-4 AFTER 5pm Call  INSTRUCTOR Bruce Giannetti 203-235-4852

Pets For Sale
Yorkies, Yorkipoos, French Bulldogs, Shih Tzu's, $750+ 860.930.4001

Real Estate

Apartments For Rent
A PUBLISHER'S NOTICE All Real Estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the State and Federal Fair Housing Acts which make it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination, or any intention to make any such preference or limitation, based on race, color, religion, sex, familial status, national origin, handicap, ancestry, marital status, age, lawful source of income and sexual orientation. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law.

Apartments For Rent
MERIDEN 2-3 BRs, 5 rooms, 2nd fl. of 2 family house, 24 Garden St., $850. (860) 302-1304.

Apartments For Rent
MERIDEN 1st fl., 3 BRs, LR & DR, 1 BA, KIT, prkg for 1, Sec. 8 ok, $1,100 mo. (203) 440-0751.

Services

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

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

Roofing
Yalesville Construction Specializing in all phases of residential & commercial  roofing. Senior citizen discount Insured Free est. 203-265-5200 HIC#0631937

Masonry
LUNO MASONRY We deal in all types of masonry, repairs & new projects. Refs. avail. Free ests. Lic. HIC0643330 & Ins. Call 203.770.9273.

Landscaping
Prime Property Maintenance Lawn mowing, Trimming, Mulching, Spring/Fall Cleanups. Owner operated/Fully Insured. Free estimates. Call/Text 860-550-3690

Handyperson
Home Doctor  Roofing, remodeling, carpentry, plumbing, odd jobs. former Navy Seal. #640689, 203.427.7828

Masonry
DAVEY MASONRY 20 Yrs. Exp. Stonewalls. Fireplaces. Chimneys. Repair. Lic. 567143 & Ins. 203.802.2384.

Gutters
GUTTERS DON'T WORK If they're dirty! For gutter cleaning, Call Kevin (203) 440-3279 Fully ins. CT# 569127

Masonry
JIMMY’S MASONRY Over 28 years of exp. Stonewalls, patios, sidewalks, chimneys, pool areas, fireplaces, fire pit steps, all types of masonry work. Free est. (860) 274-4893.

Carpentry
Repair or Replacement to porch, deck, windows, hatchway door, railings. Work done by owner. License 578107. Insured. 203.238.1449 marceljcharpentier.com 

Landscaping
LAWN MOWING  Comm./Res. Edging & mulch, brush/pricker removal, Rick's Affordable Lawn. 25 yrs exp. HIC0622783. 203.530.4447

Roofing
Roofing-Siding-Skylights Chimney Repair-Flashing Gutters Lic. #0649808  203-510-3830 Free Estimates/Insured

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

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

Alterations
PAINTING SERVICES Residential & Commercial, int./ext. painting, power washing, decks. Free ests. 30 yrs. exp. Ins. Call Tom, 203.715.5906.

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

Landscaping
IF YOU Mention This Ad SPRING 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 or860-575-8218

Landscaping
A & A Lawncare Free estimates! Spring cleanups, tree, shrub, hedge, & debris removal. Call Jim 203.237.6638

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

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

Landscaping
Comm. & Res. Spring Cleanups, lawn mowing, aerating, hedge trimming, mulching, retaining walls, patios, walkways, much more. Free Est. 203.687.0936

Electrical Services
TEC Electrical Service LLC All Phases of Electrical Work. 24 hr. Emergency Service. Small Jobs Welcome. 203.237.2122

Landscaping
#1 Cheap Sm. Yard Mowing. Spring Clean-Up. Light Hauling. 203.600.3836. Mike's Helping Hands.

Power Washing
POWER WASHING Is Spring Cleaning on THE OUTSIDE FREE Estimates   #569127 Call Kevin  203-440-3279

Masonry
W. Boober Masonry 25 Years Experience All Types of Masonry CT License #626708 (203) 235-4139

Painting Wallpapering
#1 PAINTER'S EDGE 15% off Houses.Decks.Sheetrock.Popcorn Repair. 25 yrs exp.  Free est. Senior disc. Lic.&Ins. 860.538.5520

Home Improvements
AHEARN BUILDERS Additions, Decks, Siding, Doors, Windows, Remodeling. 860.346.0409

Top Soil Sand Fill
TOP.SOIL.MULCH.STONE. Silver City Materials, 738 Old Colony Rd., Meriden. 203.694.9912.D'l.avail.

Junk Removal
HAVE DUMP TRUCK. Reg. Ins. Free on-site est. Attics, basements, garages, appliances & more. Any questions?

Landscaping
J&M LANDSCAPE LLC Lawn cutting.  Hedge trimming. Mulch & Stone work.  Sheds/driveways.  Stump grinding. Gutter cleaning. Senior/Vet discount. 860.349.8135. Free quote.

Power Washing
#1 PAINTER'S EDGE MOBILE WASH Chemicals safe for house & plants. 25 yrs. exp. Senior Discount. Lic. & Ins. 860.538.5520

Landscaping
JT's Landscaping LLC Grass cutting, weeding beds, mulching, top soil. We do all your landscape needs. Top quality work at reasonable prices. #616311, Fully lic. & ins. 203-213-6528

Wood Fuel Heating Equipment
TREE LENGTH  Firewood Call for details 203-238-2149

Electrical Services
Service upgrades Security cameras, outside lighting, generator installs. All phases. Free ests.  #E1125547. Call 860.983.2637.

Landscaping
Spring Cleanups, Tree Removal & much more! A & A Lawn Maint. 860.719.3953

Gutters
GUTTERS PLUS 25+yrs. Exp. Call today for Free estimate. 203-440-3535 Ct. Reg. #578887

Landscaping
JM Lawn Care Lawn Mowing, Spring Cleanup, Hedge Trimming, Mulch, any color. Comm. & Residential. 860.796.8168

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

Alterations
NOTICE: THE STATE REQUIRES All licensed contractors to publish their license number in their advertisements.

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

Home Improvements
Specializing in roofing, siding, kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, basement remodeling. Senior citizen discount Insured. Free est. 203-265-5200 HIC#0631937

Roofing
ROOFING, SIDING, WINDOWS, DECKS & REMODELING.   203-639-0032   email: info@ gonzalezconstruction llc.com   Fully Licensed & Insured Reg #577319  

Landscaping
LAWN MAINTENANCE SPECIALS Mulching, landscape design. (860) 406-2771.

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

Tag Sales

Tag Sales
MERIDEN 56 Hourigan Drive, May 18 & 25, 9-2. HUGE tag sale, crafts, furniture & HH items.

Tag Sales
CHESHIRE TAG SALE: 600 Coleman Rd., Sat., 5/25, 9-2. Variety of items.

Tag Sales
MEGA TAG SALE 101 Corrigan Ave., Meriden, Fri. and Sat., 8-1, moving sale, everything must go!

Tag Sales
collector’s collection Of glassware, jewelry, silver-plate, hammered aluminum and more. Kensington, 54 Garden Dr.,  5/24-5/25, 8:30-4.

Tag Sales
WALLINGFORD 75 Hanover St., Sat., May 25, 7-3. A variety of items - something for everyone.