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PUBLIC NOTICES

NOTICES

NOTICE
Commonwealth of
Kentucky
Letcher District Court
Case #21-P-30
In re:
the estate of:
VIRGINIA
GERALDINE HAYNES
deceased
NOTICE
Pursuant to KRS
424.340, notice is
hereby given that Jerry
Wayne Haynes was on
the 24 day of February,
2021, appointed Executor of the deceased,
late of Letcher County,
and all persons having
claims against said
Estate shall present
same, verified according to law, to said Executor at his present
address, 2655 Tates
Creek Rd., Lexington,
KY 40502 not later than
the 24 day of August
2021.
Mike Watts, Clerk
By: Melissa Claar
Deputy Clerk

NOTICES

NOTICE
Commonwealth of
Kentucky
Letcher District Court
Case #21-P-43
In re:
the estate of:
HAGER H. TRENT
deceased
NOTICE
Pursuant to KRS
424.340, notice is hereby given that Margaret
E. Trent was on the 24
day of February, 2021,
appointed Administratrix of the deceased,
late of Letcher County,
and all persons having
claims against said
Estate shall present
same, verified according to law, to said
Administratrix at her
present address, 290
Mountain View Rd.,
Whitesburg, KY 41858
not later than the 24
day of August 2021.
Mike Watts, Clerk
By: Melissa Claar
Deputy Clerk
(3-3-1p)

PUBLIC NOTICE OF
BLASTING SCHEDULE

Application Number: 867-5377

In accordance with Federal Regulations, 30 CFR
715.19, and State Regulation, 405 KAR 16:120,
Section 3, Public Notice of Blasting Schedule,
Mark Energy, LLC, P.O. Box 283, Whitesburg,
KY 41858, Phone: (606) 536-9929, shall conduct
blasting operations on its 165.48 acre permit
located in Letcher County approximately 3.03
miles southeast of Oven Fork, KY and 2.79 miles
southeast from US 119’s junction with KY 806.
The latitude is 37° 01’ 10”. The longitude is 82°
47’ 30”.

These blasting operations are on-going and will
be conducted Monday through Saturday from
sunrise to sunset.

Control of blasting area will be maintained by
blocking public roads KY 806, Scota Mine Road,
Twin Creek Drive, Trace Fork Road and the Eolia
County Road (as indicated on Google Maps) and
access roads to the area 10 minutes prior to the
blast. Post detonation access to the blasting area
will be allowed only after an inspection determines
that no hazards exist. The following is a list of the
blasting signals.

WARNING SIGNAL – A one (1) minute series of
long blasts from a siren five (5) minutes prior to
the blast signal.

BLAST SIGNAL – A series of short blasts from a
siren one (1) minute prior to the shot.

ALL CLEAR SIGNAL – A prolonged blast from a
siren following the inspection of the blast area.

These blast signals will be audible within 1/2 mile
of the point of blast.

Blasting may be conducted at times different from
those announced in the blasting schedule when
emergency situations arise where rain, lightning
or other atmospheric conditions or the safety of
the operation or the public requires unscheduled
detonation. In the event of an emergency situation should arise, the aforementioned precautions
will be followed. Contact the Hazard Regional
Office at 556 Village Lane, Hazard, KY 41702,
(606)-487-3700.

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