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8 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2012 Placing a classified ad in the Hidalgo County Herald is easy! Simply stop in at 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, in Lordsburg, or drop us a line at the same address. Ads may also be called in to 575-542-8705 or e-mailed to hcherald@aznex.net. A 25-word classified ad will only cost you $5.00. Any additional words will be 5 each, YARD SALE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT BACKYARD/BAKE SALE: March 24m 8-?? 1517 Zinc Ray Martinez resi- dence. Clothes, Knick-knacks, pock- i etbooks, some tools and patio furni- i ture, etc. ltp ............................................. i YARD SALE: Saturday, March 23, 620 W. 2n~ Street, Vreeland Residence from 8 AM to ?? Furniture and lots of stuff! ltp FOR RENT: King Arthur's Apart- ments is now taking applications for 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments. Please pick up application at 428 W. Gale Street. tfnc REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE HOME FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath home on 3 acres in Cotton City. Living Room, FOR SALE: 150 Gallon Propane Dining Room, Fenced Yard, 24x24 Tank, 10% propane in tank. $175. Workshop and Garage, Wheelchair Small camper shell for small pick up. Ramp, Landscaped. Asking $125k. $100. In good condition. See Joe For more information call 575-548- Escobar at 1428 S. Animas Street or 2834. ltp call 575.542.8173. M23/30p SERVICES UPHOLSTERY WORK: Free Estimates.Pick up and delivery avail- able. Please call (575) 542-9746 for more Information. J13/jllc ..." ......................................... YARD WORK: Are your weeds get- ting overwhelming? Call 575-313- 3247. "Cleanliness is next to Godli- ness." 1 tp PRAYER TRUST INTHE LORD And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fullness of God. Ephesians 3:19 READYOUR BIBLE m23/30p LEGAL NOTI( ;E WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY: Partially handi- capped man needs a men's used bi- cycle, any speed, in reasonably good condition. Call 575-542-9511. M23/30p ............................................ WILL BUY GOLD! Gold jewelry, scrap, broken pieces, dental gold, any condition. 8K-18K. If your not sure, we'll test it for you. Call 575-639-2484 or stop by the Cottage House, 214 East Motel Drive. 1 tp Email us at hcherald@aznex.net or hcherald @ hotmail.com 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments 600 Ownby Street, Lordsburg Ne 'ly Remodeled Units Call Harriet at 575-557-2444 HELP WANTED: Secretary/Recep- tionist needed at Billy's Pilot Cars. Office/Billing experience preferred. Apply in person at 1246 E. Motel Drive or call 575-542-8115. M23/30c 1. Letter of interest 2. Completed District Application- available upon request 3. Resume 4. FB113ackground Clearance 5. Copy of Transcripts (Official cop- ies required upon hire) SALARY: Per district salary scale Application Deadline: Open until filled Beginning Date: August3,2012 SEND APPMCATIONTO: Betsy Ward, Superintendent RO. Box 85 Animas, NM 88020 575.548.2299 x 221 Animas Public Schools is a small, ru- ral school district known for excel- lence in education and overall school programs. Animas Public Schools operates on a 4-day extended-hours school week THE ANIMAS PUBLIC SCHOOL DIS- TRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTU- NITY EMPLOYER IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS. M9/30c ProForce One, LLC is looking for men Janitorial Positions Opening and women in the Hildago area. We At Lordsburg, NM are looking to fill some full and part Bellamie, Inc. has job openings for time positions as security officers. We individuals with at least two (2) years will train, the post is in Playas, NM. of janitorial experience. We are look- Call 575.388.8186 for more infor~na- ing also for individuals with at least tion or email resume to two (2) years experience with floor ppearson @ proforceone.com equipment for floor moping, floor buff- m16/23c ing, floor stripping/waxing, and car- ............................................ pet cleaning. ANIMAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS SEEKINGTHE FOLLOWING ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY TEACHING POSITIONS POSITIONS: Secondary Science In- structor/Coach with PE and/or Health endorsement Secondary Math Instruc- tor/Coach (PE and/or Health en- dorsement preferred) K-8 Instructor/Coach (PE and SPED endorsement preferred) QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Possess valid New Mexico instructor's license 2. Multi-certifications preferred 3, Mandatory that all positions must be willing and able to coach multiple sports 3. Ability/desire to live and work in a rural school setting 4. Strong commitment to education and community Application Procedures: ! LEGAL N( )TICE 2010 MelibU-sedan LT, Loaded, Extra Nice, Great Fuel Economy, Factory Warranty, Malibu-sedan LL Loaded, One Owner, Clean, 2008 Toyota Yaris Sedan, ExcellentShape, T/re Right Fix All Repairs (Superior Roofing) 575-313-2627 Local Owner, 1993 Chev Astro Van-L0cal Owner 1993 Chev Pickup-Ext, Cob 4x4 350 5 Spd Trons, Loaded, Cleon, Good Shape, Local Owner, 1982 Chev Pickup-4x4, 4 Spd, v-8, 8-ft Box All employees will be placed on a 30- 40 day probation period. Working hours are 4 to 6 hours per day at 4-5 days per week at a total gross pay of $12.61 per hour. Holidays paid.Two (2) weeks of paid vacation per year. This is on a federal government con- tract. Our management offers 30+ years experience in the custodial/janitorial/ housekeeping field. We are looking for responsible, trust worthy and de- tail-oriented individuals that can work independently and as part of a team. A pre-security clearance is required to enter a federal government facility. Requirements: Must speak some English, must have some eEpedence, must have own transportation, must be able to pass a pre-security clear- ance', and must have telephone or cell phone active at all times. No ex- ceptions. If you are interested in applying, please call our office on Tuesday- Wednesday-Thursday, between 10am to 12pro. A telephone interview will be conducted before we can place anyone on the list for consideration. When calling, please indicate your interest for a janitorial position in Lordsburg, NM. If we are unable to take your call, please leave your name and telephone number and we will return your call. Bellamie, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. "Providing a clean and healthy envi- ronment" Bellamie, Inc. 7235 N. Loop Dr. El Paso, TX 79915-2412 (91"5) 225-0210 www.bellamieinc.com m23&a6pcc Request for Sealed Bids Hidalgo County is requesting sealed bids for the removal of surplus dirt used from a construction project. Bids will be received until 3:00pro on March 29th, 2012 in the office of the County Manager. Pictures and location of the dirt may be obtained by calling the County Manager's office at 575-542- 9428. M23c EPA Celebrates 2(,th Anniversary of Energy Star Submitted by EPA Americans saved nearly $230 billion in two decades The U.S. Environmental Pro- tection Agency (EPA) is kicking off the celebration of Energy Star's 20th anniversary by recog- nizing the 2012 Energy Star award winners for their out- standing leadership and commitment to protecting America's environment through superior energy ef- ficiency. Over the past 20 years, with help from En- ergy Star partners, Ameri- can families and businesses have saved about $230 bil- lion on utility bills and pre- vented more than 1.7 bi.l- lion metric tons of carbon pollution. "As we celebrate 20 years of progress through the Energy Star program, EPA is proud to congratu- late the 2012 Energy Star award winners," said EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jack- son. "Thanks to their innovative thinking and commitment to en- ergy efficiency, these leaders are helping Americans find cost-ef- fective ways to save energy in ev- erything we do, which is good for our environment, our health and our future." The 109 Energy Star award winners were chosen from nearly 20,000 partners from across the nation. Organizations are recog- nized in one of four Energy Star award categories: corporate com- mitment, sustained excellence, partner of the year, and excellence in delivering specific promo- tions. Corporate Commitment: Sears Holdings Corporation is being recognized with the high- est honor, the Energy Star corpo- rae commitment award. This a~rd is reserved for partners whose superior achievements in emrgy efficiency span the breadth of the Energy Star pro- gran. Sustained Excellence: Fifty- sevel sustained excellence win- hers contiaue to raise the bar across their respective industries for outstandng achievements in energy efficiency. A few of these winners inchde: Food Lion Fam- ily, Bloom, and Bottom Dollar Food; GE A?pliances & Light- ing; Gresham.Barlow School Dis- trict; Hanesbrands Inc.; Nissan North Ameriza, Inc.; PepsiCo, Inc.; and Sai]t-Gobain. Partner of the Year: Thirty- six organizations are receiving partner of the year awards for pro- tecting the mvironment through energy effident products, prac- tices and services. These organi- zations promote Energy Star products aad practices in their own operations, and provide ef- ficient proJucts and services to consumers within their commu- nity. A few Of these winners in- clude: Cleveland Clinic; Colgate-Palmolive Company; General Motors Company; Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.; Staples, Inc.; and The Boeing Company. Excellence: Fifteen organi- zations are recognized with an .excellence award for advancing energy-ef- ficient products, homes, or buildings and helping to expand the reach of the Energy Star program. A few of these winners in- clude: Design Tech Homes; DIRECTV; Good Earth Lighting, Inc.; and Sharp Electronics Corpo- ration. Launched in 1992 by EPA, Energy Star is a market-based partnership to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency. Last year alone, Americans, with the help of the Energy Star program and its partners, saved approximately $23 billion on their energy bills while pre- venting greenhouse gas emis- sions equivalent to the annual emissions of 41 million ve- hicles. To date, more than 1.3 million new homes and nearly 16,500 buildings across all 50 states have earned EPA's Energy Star certification. Today, the Energy Star label: can be found on more than 60 different kinds of products with more than 5 billion sold over the past 20 years. Complete list of 2012 award winners: www.energystar.gov/ awards More information on En- ergy Star 20th Anniversary: www.energystar.gov/20th LEGAL NOTICE and Preliminary_ Determination for an Air Quality_ Permit for El Paso Natural Gas El Paso Natural Gas, 2 North Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs, CO has sub- mitted an air quality permit applica- tion to the Air Quality Bureau (AQB), New Mexico Environment Depart- ment (NMED) for an air quality permit to modify. Lordsburg Compressor Station. The application file has been assigned Permit No. 2810-M3 and TEMPO Agency Interest ID No..553. The exact location of the facility is be at latitude 32 deg, 18 rain, 59 sec and longitude -108 deg, 36 min, 22 sec. To aid in locating this facility, the ap- proximate location is approximately 10 km (7 miles) east of Lordsburg, NM in Hidalgo County. The proposed modification will con- sist of incorporating Routine and Pre- dictable Emissions during Startup, Shutdown, and Scheduled Mainte- nance (SSM Emissions) and estab- lish CO SSM BACT (Best Available Control Technology) for the Unit C- 01 which already has BACT limits for steady state operations. Total air pollutant emissions to the atmosphere are estimated to be ap- proximately Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) at 727.1 tons per year (tpy); Carbon Monoxide (CO) at 150 tpy;Volatile Or- ganic Compounds (VOC) at 19 tpy; Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) at 9.2 tpy. The facility is a minor, < 100,000 tpy CO2e, source of green house gas emis- sions. These emission estimates could change slightly during the course of the Department's review of the application. The NMED has conducted a prelimi- nary review oPthe information sub- mitted with the permit application. The preliminary review and applicant's analysis of ambient air quality impacts indicates that the facility's air emis- sions will meet the ambient air quality standards for Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) and Carbon Monoxide (CO). A full re- view will evaluate the estimated emis- sion rates for the pollutants listed above and the air quality analysis to determine compliance with the asso- ciated ambient air standards and re- quirements. The NMED has conducted a prelimi- nary review of the information sub- mitted with the permit application and found that only volatile organic com- pounds (VOCs) are being emitted due to this modification. VOCs are a pre- cursor to ozone. Pre-construction air dispersion modeling is not required REAL WEST CINEMA 11585 HWY. 180 EAST ' 538-5659 ' www.h011ywood.com 'Mar. 23-29. 2012 Daily 6:30 Coming Soon: Mirror Mirror for VOCs ~nd ozone. To determine compliance with national ambient air quality standards, NMED monitors ambient ozone concentrations. A full review wil evaluate the estimated emission rates and determine com- pliance wth air quality regulations. Based or the applicant's analysis, a preliminay determination is that this facility wll comply with the require- ments o' Title 20, New Mexico Ad- ministraJve Code (NMAC), Chapter 2, Parts3, 7, 61, 7071 72, 73, and 75, and40CFR60, Subparts A and GG, an~l the New Mexico Air Quality ControlAct. Therefore, the prelimi- nary in~ent of NMED is to issue the air quaity permit on or before June 17, 2012. This is a minor modification to a major source according to 20 NMAC2.74, PSD. To ensure compliance with state and federal air regulations, the permit is expected to include conditions that limit tpe emissions and conditions that will require record keeping and re- portirg to the Department. The permit application is available for reviev in electronic or hard copy at the ~r Quality Bureau.Office, 1301 SilerRoad, Building B, Santa Fe, New Mexco. To arrange viewing of this applcation contact Teri Waldron, at 505.476-4355 or teri.yaldron @ state.rim.us.The permit appication is 'also available at the NM:D Deming Office, located at P.O. Bo) 2867 Deming, NM 88031 for puL~ic review. All hterested persons have thirty (30) da~s from the date this notice is pub- lisPed, to notify the Department in wri~ng of their interest in the permit application. The written comments should refer to the company name, site name and Permit No. (or send a cow of this notice along with your conments). The written comments shall state the nature of the issues raised and how it relates to the re- quirements of applicable state and federal air quality regulations and the Clean Air Act. The Written comments should be mailed to Joseph Kimbrell, New Mexico Environment Dept., Air Quality Bureau, Permit Section, 1301 Slier Road, Building B, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507-3113. The Department will notify all persons, who have provided written com- ments, as to when and where the Department's analysis may be re- viewed. Although all written com- ments will be made part ofthe public record, any person who does not express interest in writing prior to the end of this first thirty (30) day period will not receive such notification. If the Department receives written public comment prior to the end of the Department's thirty (30) day pub- lic notice, the Department's analysis will be made available for review for thirty (30) days at the NMED district or field office nearest to the source before the permit will be issued. Writ- ten comments on the analysis or per- mit application may be submitted to the Department during this second thirty (30) day period or at any time before the permit is issued or denied. Questions or comments not intended to be part of the public record can be directed to Joseph Kimbrell at 505- 476-4347. General information about .air quality and the permitting process can be found at the Air Quality Bureau's web site. The regulation dealing with public participation in the permit review process is 20.2.72.206 NMAC. This regulation can be found in the "Permits" section of this web site. m23c + + 1st Place wins I/2 of the Potl 2nd & 3r~ Place will receive plaques $20 per person Registration 9 AM Veterans Services Projects .............. -" ' ,11 ,I II I I ' ~ ........ i-,,.~-~L,..,-,~,~-.--~ - II .......... I I