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NOTICE
Commonwealth of
Kentucky
Letcher District Court
Case #20-P-31
In re:
the estate of:
BETTY JUNE
HUNSAKER
Deceased
NOTICE

Pursuant to KRS 424.340, notice is hereby given that Peggy Greer was on the 12 day of February, 2020 appointed Executrix of the deceased, late of Letcher County, and all persons having claims against said Estate shall present same, verified according to law, to said Executrix at her present address, P.O. Box 263, Jenkins, KY 41537, not later than the 12 day of August, 2020. Mike Watts, Clerk By: Melissa D. Claar, Deputy Clerk (2-19-1p)

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NOTICE
Commonwealth of
Kentucky
Letcher District Court
Case #20-P-34
In re:
The estate of:
BILLY JOE COLLIER
Deceased
NOTICE

Pursuant to KRS 424.340, notice is hereby given that Kimberly Craft was on the 13 day of February, 2020 appointed Executrix of the deceased, late of Letcher County, and all persons having claims against said Estate shall present same, verified, according to law, to said Executrix at her present address, 2734 HWY 803, Eolia, KY 40826, not later than the 13 day of August, 2020. Mike Watts, Clerk By: Melissa D. Claar, Deputy Clerk (2-19-1p)

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NOTICE
Commonwealth Of
Kentucky
Letcher Circuit Court
Civil Action No.
19-CI-00309
Vanderbilt Mortgage
and Finance, Inc.
Plaintiff
V.
Misty Dawn Delph
A/K/A Misty Delph;
Robbie E. Delph A/K/A
Robbie Delph;
Commonwealth of
Kentucky, County of
Letcher,

By and on Behalf of
Secretary of Revenue
Defendants

NOTICE OF MASTER COMMISSIONER SALE

By virtue of an In Rem Judgment and Order of Sale and Order Referring Case to Master Commissioner for Judicial Sale entered by the Letcher Circuit Court on the 13th day of January 2020, the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Letcher Circuit Court will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the Letcher County Courthouse in the City of Whitesburg, Kentucky on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, beginning on or about the hour of 11:00 a.m., local time and continuing until the sale is concluded to the highest bidder at public auction, the following described real property which includes a mobile home, situated in Letcher County, Kentucky, and more particularly described as follows: Property Address: 2318 Highway 317 Neon, KY 41840 PIDN: 022- 50- 00- 027.01 Mobile Home: 2011 Clayton Serial No.: CL- H035369TNAB The purchaser or successful bidder can elect to pay cash at the time of said sale or at the option of the bidder on the terms of a deposit of 10% of the purchase price with the balance on credit for 30 days. If the purchase price is not paid in full, the successful bidder shall execute a bond at the time of sale with sufficient surety approved by the Master Commissioner prior to the sale to secure the unpaid balance of the purchase price. The bond shall bear interest at the rate of 4.25% per annum from date of sale until paid. The purchaser of the real property and mobile home described herein shall be responsible for ad valorem taxes for the current year and all subsequent years. Delinquent ad valorem taxes for years prior to the current tax year shall be satisfied from the proceeds of sale. The property shall be sold “as is” and possession shall pass to the purchaser(s) upon delivery of deed. Risk of loss shall pass to the purchaser upon execution of bond of sale or payment of the purchase price in full, whichever occurs first. The properties shall be sold free and clear of any right, title or interest of all parties to the action and all liens and encumbrances thereon of any party. The sale of the properties shall be made subject to: a. All zoning and building regulations, restrictions, ordinances, easements, covenants and rights-of-way, of record or otherwise; b. Any matters disclosed by an accurate survey or inspection of the property; c. Any assessment for public improvements levied against the property; and d. Any rights of redemption which may exist. The properties shall be sold free and clear of all liens recorded after the recording of the Plaintiff’s Lis Pendens Notice. The indebtedness involved in this action is $85,875.74 together with accrued interest thereon at the original contract rate of 4.25% from June 1, 2019 until paid plus accrued interest, any other charges which have accrued including late fees and costs expended; the cost of this action and its costs herein expended, including the cost of the sale. DATED this 4th day of February, 2020. Daniel F. Dotson Master Commissioner Letcher Circuit Court (2-12-3b) _________________

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE

Pursuant to Application Number 867-0529 Renewal #5

In accordance with KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given that Premier Elkhorn Coal LLC, 6920 Highway 610 West, Jenkins, Kentucky 41537, has applied for a renewal of a permit for an existing surface and underground coal mining operation. The operation affects a surface disturbance of 827.96 acres and underlies an additional 664.68 acres for a total of 863.26 acres located approximately 1 mile north of McRoberts in Letcher County, Kentucky.

The proposed operation is approximately 1.0 miles north from KY 343’s junction with She Fork Road and located along She Fork, Bottom Fork, and Grassy Fork. The proposed operation is located on the Jenkins West U.S.G.S. 7 ½ minute quadrangle map.

The surface area to be disturbed is owned by Pike-Letcher Land LLC, (Richard Brasher et. al: Richard & Patricia Brashear, Ersel & Willene Brashear), Eva & J.C. Potter, Jr., (Elijah Fleming et. al: Elijah & Goldie Fleming, Emma Fleming & O. W. Northcutt, Bradley & Olive Fleming, Gabe & Mary Fleming, Leslie & Joe Burke, Jr.), Whitesburg Education Development Foundation, Inc., (Walter Bentley Heirs: Denzil & Sally Bentley, Lester & Geneva Bentley, Denver & Irene Bentley), The Elk Horn Coal Company, LLC, Roger D. & Shirley Collins, Johnny & Sheila Johnson, Daniel Boone & Patricia Johnson, (Turner Fleming Heirs: Pauline Martin, Lois Anderson, Ruby Bentley, Sheila Burnett, Frank Fleming, David Fleming, Jessie Fleming, Teresa Fox, Helen Jackson, Starla Hampton), Jeffery P. Johnson, (Irene Fleming et. al.: Irene Fleming, Gary Fleming, Loretta & Bobby Muncy, Danny Fleming, Glenda & Gary Little, Rhonda & Ron Mullins, Ricky & Glema Fleming), (Herbie Fleming Heirs: Chastity Hope Fleming Scholl, Aaron Cole Fleming, Juanita Stanley), Don & Jean Bentley, Robert Johnson, Leila Johnson, Albrow & Carol Lee Hall. The operation will underlie land owned by Lester Little, Mary Sparks, Pike-Letcher Land LLC, (Richard Brasher et. al.: Richard & Patricia Brashear, Ersel & Willene Brashear, (Elijah Fleming et. al.: Elijah & Goldie Fleming, Emma Fleming & O. W. Northcutt, Bradley & Olive Fleming, Gabe & Mary Fleming, Leslie & Joe Burke, Jr.), Daniel Boone & Patricia Johnson, Eva & J.C. Potter, Jr., Roger D. & Shirley Collins, Whitesburg Education Development Foundation, Inc., (Walter Bentley Heirs: Denzil & Sally Bentley, Lester & Geneva Bentley, Denver & Irene Bentley), Johnny & Sheila Johnson. The proposed operation will use the contour strip, area, auger/highwall, and underground methods of mining.

The renewal application has been filed for public inspection at the Division for Mine Reclamation and Enforcement’s Pikeville Regional Office, 121 Mays Branch Road, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501-9331. Written comments, objections, or requests for a permit conference must be filed with the Director, Division Mine of Permits, 300 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE

Pursuant to Application Number 867-5340, Renewal

In accordance with KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given that Revelation Energy, LLC, PO Box 189, Lackey, KY 41643 has applied for renewal of a permit for an underground coal mining operation located 2.1 miles northeast of Partridge in Letcher County. The proposed operation will disturb 40.92 surface acres and will underlie 1492.48 acres and the total area within the permit boundary will be 1511.30 acres.

The proposed operation is approximately 3.0 miles northeast from US 119’s junction with KY 3404 and located approximately 0.10 of a mile south of Roberts Branch.

The proposed operation is located on the Roxana, and Whitesburg U.S.G.S. 7-½ minute quadrangle maps. The surface area to be disturbed is owned by ACIN LLC. The operation will underlie land owned by ACIN LLC.

The application has been filed for public inspection at the Department of Mine Reclamation and Enforcement’s Hazard Regional Office, 556 Village Lane, Hazard, KY 41702. Written comments, objections, or requests for a permit conference must be filed with the Director, Division of Permits, 300 Sower Blvd., Frankfort, KY 40601.

PUBLIC NOTICE OF BLASTING SCHEDULE

Application Number 867-5365, Amendment #7

In accordance with Federal Regulations, 30 CFT 715.19, and State Regulations, 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 will begin within 30 days of issuance of the permit and will be conducted Monday through Saturday from sunrise to sunset. This schedule will be in effect thirty (30) days of issuance of the permit.

Control of blasting area will be maintained by blocking public roads KY 806, Scotia 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 ½ 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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