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Bunny Hamilton, CSO’s Angel In Cooperstown Boys” and Broadway hits. While the world benefits from her interest in music COOPERSTOWN and theater, so does her hometown: For the 14th unny Hamilton IS year, Bunny Hamilton and an angel. her collaborator in this Mrs. Lewis L. venture, Bob Brose, are Hamilton and her late husorganizing the Catskill band, Lou Hager Sr., first Bach’s fourth Symphony Orchestra’s Brandenburg began financing theater Cooperstown Concert. productions in London’s keeps Baroque Planned at 7:30 p.m. tradition alive. Sunday, Aug. 25, at The fabled West End. Since Hager, the philanOtesaga, this year’s perJim Kevlin/ OTSEGO.life Mrs. Lewis L. “Bunny” Hamilton and thropist and Anheuser-Busch heir, formance – as in the past – features her colleague, Bob Brose, are prepar- passed away in 1988, Mrs. HamBaroque favorites, Bach’s fourth ing the CSO’s Cooperstown Concert ilton has continued her interest, Brandenburg Concerto in particular. for the 14th year. recently helping underwrite “Jersey Please See ANGEL, B5 By JIM KEVLIN
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Ozzie Smith waves to his fans during the 2012 Hall of Fame Legends Parade.
Enjoy Parades, Ceremonies On HoF Induction Weekend
he Baseball Hall of Fame welcomes baseball fans, families and players for Induction Weekend, featuring the parade, autograph signing, live renditions of baseball classics and, of course the Induction Ceremony. Starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, July 26, join Ozzie Smith and other guests for the “PLAY ball” fund raiser at the Hall of Fame Plaques Gallery and on the field. At 1 p.m., learn “What’s Inside the Hall of Fame” with the author series at the Bullpen Theater. At 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 27, join Gil “Bud” Palmer, Lou Sciara and Tim Wiles for live performances of “Who’s On First” and “Casey at the Bat” on Doubleday Field, with the award presentation following at 4:30 p.m. and the Parade of Legends at 6 p.m. The Induction Ceremony closes out the weekend at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, July 28 at the Clark Sports Center.
Oneonta’s Carol Dean engages Victoria Wyeth on a finer point of Andrew Wyeth’s opus.
Artist’s Granddaughter Victoria Brings Tears To Fans’ Eyes By LIBBY CUDMORE COOPERSTOWN
our years after her grandfather Andrew Wyeth’s death, Victoria Wyeth still tears up. She’s not alone, she learned during “An Evening With Victoria Wyeth” Saturday, July 20, at The Fenimore Art
Victoria with her uncle Jamie’s self portrait. The terms of Andy’s exhibit bar photos of his works.
Museum. “In the middle of the lecture, in front of a hundred people, I started tearing up,” she told one of the Gallery Talks the next morning. “I looked up, and there were about 30 gentlemen in the front few rows crying. “It was very touching to see these tough men with tears streaming down their faces. That was the greatest gift they could give my grandfather.” Please See WYETH, B3
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Simplicity, Imagination – And ‘King For A Day’ Shines
moting him with tunesmith phrases – and immersed himself in the struggle to free and unite Italy – always at personal risk. By the mid-point of his life, however, he was the
personification of Italian patriotism structured with immense artistic achievement. Both continued to his final months of life. He is a great soul of his country; one early Verdi chorus is
COLOR TALK: Christine Alexander discusses her exhibition “Passion for Color” at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, July 26, Cherry Branch Gallery, 25 Main St., Cherry Valley. Info, (607) 264-9530. FREE PUPPETS: Mettawee River Theatre Company returns to the Franklin Stage to presents “Taliesin” at 8 p.m. on Friday, July 27. Franklin Central School Playing Field, Institute St., Franklin. Info, reservations, (607) 829-3700. MORE MUSIC: Iris DeMent, touring for the first time with a band, sings songs of faith and questioning with her distinctive warble. $15 lawn seating. 8 p.m. on Friday, July 26 at West Kortright Center, 49 W. Kortright Church Rd., East Meredith. Info, (607) 2785454. HALL OF FAME BBQ: It wouldn’t be Induction Weekend without Brooks Chicken at the Cooperstown Methodist Church. 3-7 p.m. on Saturday, July 27 Cooperstown Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Glen Ave. Info, (607) 547-5831.
erverse indeed is the custom of reducing history to repeated evasions – and truly inventive creation to mediocrity. Verdi reacted strongly to barely literate reviews de-
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even an unofficial national anthem. He was not a peasant himself, but immediately descended from those who worked hard and long for Please See VERDI, B2
ENJOY HORSESHOES: Horseshoe competition, vendors, petting zoo, games and entertainment. 10 a.m.4 p.m. Saturday, July 27 at the Hobart Community Center, Cornell Ave., Hobart. Info, (607) 538-9100. ONEONTA MEMORIES: Alan Donovan continues his “Downtown Memories” oral histories series from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, July 27. Greater Oneonta Historical Society, 183 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-0960.
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The Hudson River School: Nature and the American Vision On view through September 29
Over forty-ﬁve important 19th century landscape paintings by well-known Hudson River School artists. Celebrated masterpieces rarely seen on tour include Thomas Cole’s iconic series of ﬁve monumental landscapes, The Course of Empire, ca. 1834-36.
FenimoreArtMuseum.org The Hudson River School: Nature and the American Vision is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. It is also sponsored in part by Fenimore Asset Management Fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region. The exhibition has been organized by the New-York Historical Society. Asher Brown Durand , The Solitary Oak (The Old Oak), 1844, Oil on canvas (relined), The New-York Historical Society, Gi� of The New-York Gallery of the Fine Arts, 1858.75
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‘King’ Has Courage, Beauty, Imagination
VERDI/From B1 bare subsistence. This gave him a totally practical view of life. A crank wrote him after attending Aida, demanding repayment for train fare, tickets, and meals. Verdi wrote his publisher, Ricordi, to pay – but not for the meals – they would have been eaten anyway. He argued with librettists (only one, Arrigo Boito, was a verbal genius), fought with conductors, and his letters to La Scala directors and flunkies in Milan anticipate the anger of Toscanini. Verdi’s survival is miraculous. The mother hid in a church razed by sadistic military brigands, killing and burning all inside – save for this one mother and her child hiding in a tower. His education was haphazard. His beautiful first wife and both young children died – all from filth imposed by the subsistence of poverty. Yet he appreciated dramatic humor and adored Shakespeare. Despite abject want in his youth, Verdi always lived a life of the mind. “King for a Day,” courageously, beautifully, imaginatively mounted at
the Glimmerglass Festival in English, was Verdi’s second opera. It was a failure in Milan. The singers were not only unprepared but inadequate after two rehearsals. Two??? About translating opera: English is a difficult language for the projection of verbal grace. The British have been far more successful in this than the stubborn, resistant American idiom. British comic verse far surpasses any American attempt – even W.S. Gilbert (with or without Sullivan) has few (no?) equals this side of the pond. As for crucifixion being a religious model of insight and humane perception: “Stabat Mater,” a ChristianLatin poem, is exceeded in power only by the Latin Requiem’s vision of the last judgment. “Stabat Mater” is another moral ignored by every generation of sadistic repeaters of unjust punishments. Mary stands before her crucified son, a Roman victim of authority and caprice (that must be made clear, immediately and always: a Roman victim). One of the greatest moral sentiments in any language is this: “’What
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is truth?’ asked jesting Pilate, and would not stay for an answer.” So who does? Crucifixion was a most effective Roman method of maintaining order. The bodies were left rotting on their crosses after the victims slowly died of suffocation. Arms tied even slightly above the head cause cramps and spasms – gradually denying lung function. The removal of any Roman victim was a capital crime; hence the great courage of Mary and her holy aides. Is any of this appropriate for a ballet? The dances were done with taste and understatement; the setting simple and imaginative. A short life’s final score by Giovanni Pergolesi (17101736) is one of the crown jewels in all of musical literature. The tasteful conducting was most effective, the countertenor brilliant, the soprano in top form: namely, Speranza Scappucci, Anthony Roth Constanzo, Nadine Sierra.
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Victoria Wyeth with her grandparents, including the famous Andrew, whose works are featured at The Fenimore Art Museum this summer.
Wyeth Kin ‘Gives Insight You Don’t Get Very Often’
WYETH/From B1 In addition to the lecture and four Galley Talks, the only granddaughter of Andrew Wyeth, Victoria – he called her “Vickers”, she called “Andy” or “Grandpa, when I was mad at him” – showed never-before-seen studies that led to the creation of “Stop,” Andy’s last painting. “He would do five to 50 preliminary studies,” she said. “And he’d leave them scattered all over the studio. Some would have dog paw prints on them, some would have footprints. He’d tell me, ‘I don’t want anyone to see my studies, they’ll think I’m messy’.” “This is an insight you don’t get very often,” said Maria Vann, The Fenimore’s educational programs manager. Wyeth started painting at age 6 – his first painting was of a pirate ship in the fog – and dropped out of school to pursue study with his father, N.C. Wyeth, the famed muralist and illustrator. “He told his mother ‘If I have to go to school one more day, I will die’!” Victoria said. “Only when your father is N.C. Wyeth can you get away with that.” N.C. was a strict teacher, once wiping off a hook from one of Andrew’s paintings of a painting of Bill Loeper, a neighbor with a hook for a hand. “You don’t need that,” N.C. told his son. Fifty years later, Bill Loeper – and his hook – would reappear in two other paintings, “Field Hand” and “Little Africa.” Victoria posed for a few of her grandfather’s paintings, including “Nickers Vicker” and “The Only Child.” “The first time I posed for him, the next day, I couldn’t move my neck!” she said. Victoria began giving gallery talks on the Wyeth’s work when she was 14. “My mom was giving talks and, like any obnoxious teenager, I thought I could do it better.” She would give the lecture, and then her grandfather would sit her down and go over all the questions the audience asked and the answers she gave, “To correct me,” she said. She began keeping an “Andy” journal of all his notes and stories, going through 12,000 of his paintings. “He kept them
in binders by year,” she said. “He would take one down and teach me how he thought.” She’d go to galleries with him, where he’d walk up and touch the painting to point out techniques and stories. “He’d say ‘When I did this –’ and slap his hand on the painting, and people would give him these looks,” she said. Though she signed several books, including Andrew’s autobiography, she advised people to be careful which of the many Wyeth biographies they choose. “I won’t read a lot of them,” she said. “It’s tricky reading all your family’s secrets.” While in town, Victoria also took the lecture on the road, speaking with residents at the Thanksgiving Home and Otsego Manor with a PowerPoint of her family’s artwork. “In today’s economy, these places can’t always afford to transport them to museums,” she said. “So I’ll bring it to them.” “Andy loved to paint,” she said. “So few people leave this world loving what they’ve done.”
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Legal notice NOTICE OF SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION Please take notice that the below listed parcels of land, on which taxes have been delinquent and paid by the County of Otsego for a period in excess of three years will be offered for sale at Public Auction to be held August 14th, 2013 in the Holiday Inn, 5206 St. Rte. 23, Oneonta, NY at 11:00am with a 9:00am registration begins. City of Oneonta Constantinos & Thomasina Manias, 299.12-3-24 0.13+/-, 53 Miller St., Residential Sean M. Walter & Cathleen N. Walter, 300.5-4-55 0.95+/-, Cliff St. Vacant Christopher Sheffer, 300.5-4-65, 0.23+/-, 2-12 Cliff St., Comm./Apt. Lewis E. Gage & Marion M Gage 300.9-1-37, 0.05+/-, 6 Ann St. Residential Town of Burlington Leia N. Countryman, 78.00-146.00, 0.64+/- Arnold Rd. Residential James A. Freeman, 95.00-1-6.02, 14.05+/-, 258 Hovick Rd. Residential Town of Butternuts Comparetto Aamot & Lowman Aamot, 293.00-1-2.00, 0.35+/-, 466 County Highway 18, Residential Town of Cherry Valley Camcas LLC, 58.14-1-12.00 0.22+/-, 29 Main St., Vacant Errol V. LaSalle, 73.00-1-22.00, 1.46+/-, 150, Whiteman Rd., Residential Town of Edmeston Cintia Ruiz, 108.17-2-34.00, 0.05+/-, 14 East St., Comm./Apt. Town of Exeter Owner Unknown, 52.46-1-19.00, 0.03+/-, State Higway 28, Vacant Santoros Place @ Schuyler Lake, 67.09-1-23.00, 0.09+/-, 7357 State Highway 28, Comm./ Apt. John H. Carrasquillo & Gladys M. Carrasquillo, 67.09-1-29.02, 2.04+/-, 7308 State Highway 28, Residential Town of Hartwick Hazel H. Roberts, 144.00-1-18.00, 0.33+/-, County Highway 11, Vacant
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Town of Unadilla Thelma Lounsberry; Donald L. Baker & Gladys M. Baker, 334.15-122.00 & 334.151-23.00, 0.75+/-, 58 Maple Ave., Residential John M. Nack, 334.19-3-14.00, 0.18+/-, 20 Depot St., Residential Owner Unknown, 324.03-1-62.00, 0.45+/-, State Highway 7*, Vacant Owner Unknown, 324.03-1-63.00, 0.57+/-, State Highway 7, Vacant Gary J. Seymour, 327.00-1-15.04, 0.59+/-, County Highway 2*, Road/Street Gary J. Seymour & Jeffrey G. Seymour, 327.002-6.02, 0.27+/-, County Highway 2, Road/Street Gary J. Seymour & Jeffrey G. Seymour, 327.00-2-14.06, 1.95+/-, County
Amanda Suydam, 185.13-1-33.00, 0.74+/-, 86 Main St., Residential
Terms and Conditions of The Auction INTERNET TERMS (in addition to standard terms below): 1. Registration. All bidders are required to register and provide suitable I.D. (photo copy acceptable) prior to the auction. Auctioneer reserves the right to decline registration if I.D. produced is not sufficient. A copy of the bidder’s valid driver’s license or passport with the bidder’s notarized signature on the same page must be provided to the auctioneer. NO EXCEPTIONS. 2. Bidder approval for internet. Download the “Internet Bidder Registration Packet” by visiting the following webpage, http://content. NYSAuctions.com/ Otsego/OtsegoInternetBiddersRegistrationPackage. pdf. Complete all required information areas where indicated by printing or signing legibly and return with funds described in paragraph three to auctioneer/broker no later than 4:00 PM on Monday, August 12, 2013. NO EXCEPTIONS. 3. No Recourse. Internet bidding through our Provider is offered as a service to our customers, and bidders shall not hold Otsego County and/or Absolute Auctions & Realty, Inc., responsible for any failure due to the loss of the internet connection supplied to Absolute Auctions & Realty, Inc. and Haroff Auction & Realty Inc., by the Provider.
of New York, and all known rights of redemption under said provisions of law have been extinguished by the tax foreclosure proceedings; and/or as a result of forfeiture.
signs, property record cards, etc., are for identification purposes only. They are neither a guarantee nor a warranty as to location, dimensions, parcel use and/or size, or anything else. THE COUNTY, THE AUCTIONEER, AND THE BROKER MAKE NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED IN CONNECTION WITH THIS SALE, except that the County has complied with requirements of New York State Law regarding the Tax Foreclosure proceeding. All real property, including any buildings thereon, is sold “AS IS” and without any representation or warranty whatsoever as to the condition or title. Representations and property descriptions contained in the auction brochure, or website, or made verbally prior to or during the auction, are for informational purposes only, and should not be relied on by any bidder. Bidders are urged to personally inspect every property that they are interested in bidding on.
purchase price, or taxes following a purchase. Previously defaulting parties are not allowed to bid.
County Legislature will bind the bidder only and the County reserves the right to reject any bid prior to the closing of title and the recording of the deed.
2. For purposes of these Terms and Conditions, a parcel shall be defined as a section, block and lot number. 3. The premises are sold subject to: (a) any state of facts an accurate survey or personal inspection of the premises would disclose: (b) applicable zoning/ land use/building regulations 4. The purchaser shall be solely responsible for the payment of: the 2014 Town and County taxes, any Village taxes levied after August 14, 2013, the 2013/2014 school taxes, and all taxes, penalties, interest and charges levied against the property subsequent to the auction. 5. Notice is hereby given that the premises being sold may lie within an Agricultural District as designated upon the tax map. It is the sole responsibility of any bidder to ascertain which specific parcel(s) is so designated and sold subject to the provisions of law applicable thereto. 6. Bidder acknowledges receipt of the pamphlet entitled “Protecting Your Family From Lead in Your Home.” Bidder also acknowledges that he/she has had the opportunity to conduct a risk assessment or inspection of the premises for the presence of lead-based paint, lead-based paint hazards, mold, asbestos or any other hazardous substances. 7. All Bidders are advised to personally inspect the premises and to examine title to the premises prior to the date of the auction. Upon delivery of the quitclaim deed by the County of Otsego to the successful purchaser, any and all claims with respect to title to the premises are merged in the deed and do not survive.
8. No personal property is included in the sale of any of the parcels owned by Otsego County, unless the former owner or occupant has abandoned same. The disposition of any personal property located upon any parcel sold shall be the sole responsibility of the successful purchaser following the closing of title.
1. Otsego County acquired title to these properties in accordance with Article 11 of the Real Property Tax Law of the State
9. All informational tools, such as slides, tax maps, deeds, photos, auction listings, auction catalogs, auction
10. The County of Otsego reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to withdraw from the auction any of the properties listed on the schedule of real property, at any time. The County Treasurer, or Deputy County Treasurer, has sole discretion to make decisions concerning the conduct of the auction, prior to and during the auction, including, but not limited to the method of sale for each parcel or groups of parcels. AT THE AUCTION 11. All bidders are required to register and provide suitable personal identification, such as a driver’s license or passport, at registration. Auctioneer reserves the right to decline registration if identification is not sufficient. Individuals other than lawyers, acting on behalf of others, not in attendance at the auction, must produce a “Power of Attorney” duly executed and notarized. Incorporated entities (Inc., Corp., LLC, etc.) are required to provide a corporate resolution with a corporate seal affixed where applicable, authorizing the purchase of real property, prior to the transfer of title, and are encouraged to provide same at registration. 12. All bidders are required to use the bidder number issued to them for all purposes associated with the auction. A bidder may not bid on behalf of a party who is on the prohibited bidder list. A party will be added to such list if he has defaulted in payment of a
13. All required deposits must be paid in full for all successful bids immediately upon being declared the successful bidder. Any successful bidder, who fails to tender the deposit, will be forbidden to participate in this or any other auction. Any parcels which the County did not receive deposits for, as per these terms and conditions, will be considered to be defaulted, and the bidder will be disqualified from further bidding. Furthermore, upon a default in payment for any one parcel, either during the auction or subsequent thereto, the bidder shall not be permitted to purchase any other parcel(s) bid on, and any deposit monies paid thereon will be forfeited to the County. 14. In the event the bidder fails to pay the required deposit at the auction, or the bidder/purchaser fails to consummate the closing of title after the auction, and, in either event the County re-sells the property but receives a lower bid, then the County shall have a cause of action against the defaulting bidder for money damages for the difference. 15. The terms “bidder”, “highest bidder”, and “successful bidder” shall all have the same meaning. 16. Successful Bidder shall provide information necessary to complete, and shall execute the necessary forms and documents required for recording the deed in the Otsego County Clerk’s Office. The bidder executing the auction terms and conditions of sale may not assign or otherwise transfer his right to complete the bid, unless the County agrees in writing. The deed prepared will be in the name of the successful bidder (and spouse) only. No third party bidding will be accepted, unless the bidder identifies that he is bidding as an agent for a disclosed principal, or unless the bidder is a lawyer. 17. At the auction, the auctioneer’s decision regarding any disputes is final, and the auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid that is not an appreciable advancement over the proceeding bid. 18. The Successful Bidder will execute an Offer to Purchase form immediately upon being declared the high bidder. The approval of each bid by Resolution of the
19. The Successful Bidder shall be responsible for the payment of an eleven percent (11%) buyer’s premium (1% buyer’s premium discount for cash or other guaranteed funds) in addition to the accepted purchase price, an advertising fee of 1.5% of the bid price, and the closing fees/costs. The “buyer’s premium” is the fee/commission earned by the auctioneer. Accepted purchase price is the amount bid by the highest bidder, which has been approved by the Otsego County Legislature. 20. The former owner of the property, or his agent, shall not be deemed to be the successful bidder on the property or purchase same at the public auction. 21. $500.00 or 25% of the total contract price (total contract price is the combination of the high bid and the buyer’s premium, as defined in paragraph 19 of these terms and conditions), whichever is higher, shall be paid as a down payment on the day of the auction upon execution of an Offer to Purchase Form. Total contract prices selling for $500.00 or less must be paid in full at the auction, including all closing costs will be paid with the down payment on the day of the auction for each parcel, to wit: (a) New York State Transfer Tax [$2.00 for each $500.00 of the purchase/bid price]; (b) Filing Fee for the Real Property Transfer Report [$125.00 if the parcels classification code is 100-199, 200-299 or 411-C; $250.00 for all parcels otherwise classified]: (c) Filing Fee for combined Gains Transfer Tax Affidavit [$5.00]; (d) all fees required by the Otsego County Clerk for recording of the deed [$40.00 to record a one page deed; $5.00 for each additional page]; (e) an additional filing fee for Oneonta City properties [$10.00] and (f) a $20.00 surcharge. Closing costs may be subject to an increase in fees as required by law, without notice. All deposits must be made in credit card (Master Card, Discover Card or Visa), cash or guaranteed funds (bank check/tellers check/cashiers check) payable to the “Otsego County Treasurer” and drawn on banks insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). No exceptions. Wire transfers will not
be accepted. The County Treasurer may refund overage of a deposit made in excess of the total contract price plus closing costs/fees once the funds have cleared, or apply said sum to the balance owing on the purchase price. 22. The Purchaser(s) paying by credit card(s), understands and agrees that all deposits collected by credit card(s) will be turned over to the Otsego County Treasurer. The Purchaser paying by credit card(s) agrees that they shall NOT attempt a chargeback on their credit card(s) used in this transaction for any reason whatsoever. AFTER THE AUCTION 23. All bids shall be subject to approval by the Otsego County Legislature, which shall have the right, in the Legislature’s sole discretion, to reject any bid for any reason whatsoever. 24. The entire balance of the accepted purchase price, the buyer’s premium, as defined in paragraph 19 of these terms and conditions, and all closing costs/ fees including all taxes, costs and fee referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 must be paid by credit card (Master Card or Visa), cash or guaranteed funds payable to and received by the Otsego County Treasurer’s Office on or before 12:00PM, September 13, 2013. Deed transfers will begin being processed on a first pay basis, once all sales have been approved by the County Board Meeting on September 4, 2013. The County is not required to send further notice to a purchaser. If the purchaser fails to pay the balance of the total contract price plus closing costs and fees as herein provided, the deposit shall be forfeited. The County reserves the right to bring an action for specific performance. “Time is of the essence.” 25. Purchasers of residential, improved properties will reimburse the County $50.00 at the “closing” in those cases where the County has installed smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detectors. 26. All parcels for which you are the highest bidder must be paid pursuant to these Terms. There will be no selective closings. Failure to remit full payment on all parcels for which you are the successful bidder will result in a forfeiture of all monies tendered, and you will not be permitted to close on any other
Wednesday July 24
HAUNTING --6 p.m. 7 p.m. Hear the spooky tales of three Hyde Hall ghosts. $10. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-5098. FREE MOVIE-- 7 p.m. “Rust.” Part of the Cooperstown Churches faith-based movie series. Free, pizza and popcorn served. First Baptist Church, Elm St., Cooperstown. Info, Rev. Douglas Deer, (607) 547-9371. MEETING -- 7 p.m. Marjorie Walters presents “The History of Saving and the Saving of History: the Story of the Richfield Springs Museum.” Fly Creek Grange, Fly Creek. Info, Jean Finch, email@example.com FOLK MUSIC--7 p.m. Dan Duggan plays Americana on the Hammered dulcimer. Spring Park Pavillion, Richfield Springs. Info, www.richfieldspringschamber.org. BEACH YOGA -- 7-8 p.m. Gentle-form yoga on the beach. Bring yoga mat, beach towel or lawn chair, wear loose-fitting clothing. $5. Glimmerglass State Park, 1527 Cnty Hwy 31, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5478662. LAKEFRONT CONCERT -- 7 p.m. New Horizons Barbershop chorus. Bandstand, Lakefront Park, Cooperstown. BLUEGRASS -- 8 p.m. Hen-
THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 25-26, 2013 house Prowlers. $7. B-Side Ballroom, 1 Clinton Plaza, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-2053.
Thursday July 25
CONCERT -- 5 p.m. gates, 7 p.m. show. Grace Potter & The Nocturnals with Alpenglow. $35 advance tickets, $40 day of show. Brewery Ommegang, 656 Cty. Hwy. 33, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 544-1800, www. ommegang.com. LAKEFRONT CONCERT -- 7 p.m. New Horizons Barbershop chorus. Bandstand, Lakefront Park, Cooperstown. NEAHWA CONCERT -- 7 p.m. The Country Classics. Bandstand, Neahwa Park, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-6450. CONCERT -- 7 p.m. Free blues concert in the park featuring Eric Lindell and the Sunliners. East Side Park, Norwich. Info, (607) 334-5653. JAZZ -- Compass, an Oneonta jazz quartet, plays. B-Side Ballroom & Supper Club, 1 Clinton Plaza, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-2053.
Friday, July 26
COMMUNITY DAY -- 10 a.m.-noon. Bassett Hospital hosts “How to know when it’s time for long-term care” at the Bassett Hall Chapel, 1 Atwell Rd., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-3640.
ARTIST TALK -- 5:30 p.m. Christine Alexander discusses her exhibition “Passion for Color.” Cherry Branch Gallery, 25 Main St., Cherry Valley. Info, (607) 264-9530. PUPPETS --8 p.m. Mettawee River Theatre Company presents “Taliesin.” Franklin Central School Playing Field, Institute St., Franklin. Info, reservations, (607) 829-3700. CONCERT -- 8 p.m. Iris DeMent, touring for the first time with a band, sings songs of faith and questioning. $15 lawn seating. West Kortright Center, 49 W. Kortright Church Rd., East Meredith. Info, (607) 278-5454. DANCE BAND --9:30 p.m. The Dropouts play classic rock from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. BSide Ballroom, 1 Clinton Plaza, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-2053.
Saturday, July 27
COOP FARMERS MARKET -- 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Bounty of seasonal fruits and veggies, local meats, fresh fowl, eggs, cheese, yogurt, honey, maple syrup, sweet treats. Handmade goods. Pioneer Alley (behind Key Bank), rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www. otsego2000.org ONEONTA FARMERS’ MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Locally-grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, more. Weekly entertainment. Garage Walkway, Main St. Plaza (in front of Clarion Hotel). Info, www.
Oneontafarmersmarket.com HORSESHOES -- 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Horseshoe competition, vendors, petting zoo, games and entertainment. Hobart Community Center, Cornell Ave., Hobart. Info, (607) 538-9100. PICNIC -- 11 a.m. Moose Lodge fundraiser and picnic. 50/50 raffle, kids games, food, Chinese auction. 119 W. Broadway, Oneonta. Info, Gail Morey, (607) 435-3332. BBQ -- 3-7 p.m. Annual Hall of Fame classic Chicken BBQ. Brooks Chicken, salads, pie. $6-$9. Cooperstown Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Glen Ave. Info, (607) 547-5831. MEMORIES --2-4 p.m. “Downtown Memories” oral histories with radio host Alan Donovan. Greater Oneonta Historical Society, 183 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-0960. COFFEEHOUSE -- 6:30-8:30 p.m. Hartwick Christianeers perform, open mic to follow. Mt. Vision United Methodist Church, 2343 NY 205, Mt Vision. Info, (607) 432-0397. LAWN CONCERT -- 7 p.m. Plan B play classic country, bluegrass, folk, rock and old time traditional tunes. Pathfinder Village, 2110 St. Rt. 80 Edmeston. Info, (607) 965-8377, ext. 126. REUNION -- 8 p.m. Beauregard-Girard reunion with music by Spike & The Boys. Open to the public. Windfall Dutch Barn, Cty. Rte. 31, Cherry Valley. Info,
Sunday July 28 HALL OF FAME INDUCTION
INDUCTION -- 1:30 p.m. National Baseball Hall of Fame 2013 induction ceremony. Clark Sports Center, Susquehanna Ave., Cooperstown. OLD MILLS -- 1-3 p.m. Abba Elwyn and Bill Brindle discuss the old mills of Oneonta. Swart Wilcox House, Wilcox Ave, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-0960.
Monday July 29
CONCERT--7 p.m. Sam Whedon & Friends. Smithy Center for the Arts, 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, tickets (607) 547-8671. K9 VISIT -- 7 p.m. NYS K9 unit demonstration, and kids can do a K-9 craft. Village Library, 22 Main St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8344.
Tuesday, July 30
MEETING -- 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Coffee with Common Council. Collage Food Boutique, Shops at Ford and Main, Oneonta. STORYTIME -- 10:30 a.m. Bring a grown-up with you to enjoy “A Carousel Tale.” Filers Corner School, The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 St. Rte. 80,
Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5471450. COOP FARMERS MARKET -- Noon-5 p.m. Pioneer Alley. Info, (607) 547-6195, www. otsego2000.org ROMANTICS HIKE -- Noon1:30 p.m. Explore the environment that inspired James Fenimore Cooper and Henry David Thoreau. Meet at the Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 St. Rte. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-2366. LAKEFRONT CONCERT -- 7 p.m. Wild Women Don’t Get the Blues. Bandstand, Lakefront Park, Cooperstown.
Wednesday July 31
ART CLASSES -- 3-4 p.m. Learn about folk art and make a craft! $5. The Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 Rte. 80, Cooperstown. Info, registration, (607) 547-1461. GRAND OPENING -- 4 p.m. The New Karma re-opens with food, drinks, free facials and massage, demos and prizes. Karma Day Spa, 297 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 431-2525. BEACH YOGA -- 7-8 p.m. Gentle-form yoga on the beach. Bring yoga mat, beach towel or lawn chair, wear loose-fitting clothing. $5. Glimmerglass State Park, 1527 Cty. Hwy. 31, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5478662.
parcels for which you were the successful bidder. 27. If a Successful Bidder owes any delinquent taxes to Otsego County, those delinquent taxes must be paid in full prior to closing on any purchases made at this auction. Failure to comply with this provision will result in the forfeiture of any deposits paid. 28. If the successful bidder fails to tender such amount due by the close of business on September 13, 2013, then the County may, but is not obligated to offer any unsold property to the second highest bidder. All terms and conditions for the sale set forth herein above shall apply to the second highest bidder and/or any other purchaser. 29. In the event that a sale is cancelled by court order or judgment, the successful bidder shall be entitled only to a refund of any deposits paid. If the bid is rejected by the Otsego County Legislature, any refund will be returned without interest. Purchasers agree that they shall not be entitled to special or consequential damages, attorney’s fees; reimbursement for any expenses incurred as a result of ownership, improvements made to the property or for taxes paid during period of ownership. 30. All sales shall be final, absolute and without recourse once title has closed and the deed has been recorded. In no event, shall Otsego County and/or Haroff Auction & Realty and Absolute Auctions & Realty be or become liable for any defects in title for any cause whatsoever, and no claim, demand or suit of any nature shall exist in favor of the purchaser, its heirs, successors or assigns, arising
from this sale and conveyance. 31. Conveyance shall be by quitclaim deed only, containing a description of the property as it appeared on the tax roll for the year upon which the County acquired title or as corrected up to date of deed. The deed will be recorded by the County upon payment in full of the accepted purchase price, buyer’s premium, and closing fees/costs. POSSESSION OF PROPERTY IS FORBIDDEN UNTIL THE DEED IS RECORDED WITH THE OTSEGO COUNTY CLERK CONVEYING TITLE TO THE PURCHASER. TITLE VESTS UPON THE RECORDING OF THE DEED. It is agreed between the County and the purchaser that delivery and acceptance of the deed occurs upon recording of the deed. 32. A quitclaim deed issued as a result of the auction shall contain the following provisions: (a) “Nothing contained in any description herein is intended to convey more than the assessed owner owned at the time of the levy of the tax, the nonpayment of which resulted in the tax sale. There is no representation as to the extent of the acreage conveyed herein; (b) Excepting and reserving for highway purposes a strip of land parallel to and extending twentyfive (25’) feet from the center line of any county road abutting the premises conveyed and excepting and reserving all the right, title and interest of the County of Otsego in and to any portion or interest of the lands being conveyed, which interest was heretofore acquired other than pursuant to the provisions of Real Property Tax Law of the State of New York; (c) If the lands being conveyed herein (by the
County of Otsego) do not comply with local zoning ordinances and/or are not suitable for construction of a conventional water and/or septic system and are contiguous with lands owned by the party of the second part, the lands described herein shall not be conveyed without also simultaneously conveying the contiguous lands owned by the party of the second part to the same grantee, unless the planning board approves the sale in a different configuration. This restriction will run with the land. Whenever required, the abandonment provisions of the real property tax law shall be used (Section 560 RPTL); (d) If the former owner is the grantee herein, or acquire the property within thirty-six (36) months subsequent to the date of the auction, then all liens that were of record when the County took title will thereby be reinstated, automatically by operation of law”.
against whom Otsego County foreclosed within thirty-six (36) months subsequent to the date of the auction. If such conveyance occurs, the purchaser understands that he/she may be found to have committed fraud, and/or intent to defraud, and will be liable for any deficiency between the purchase price at auction and such sums as may be owed to Otsego County and consents to immediate entry of a judgment by Otsego County for said amounts (A copy of the within Terms and Conditions executed by the bidder/purchaser shall be attached to and warrant the filling of an Affidavit of Confession of Judgment.)
specified in the proposal or a bid bond, FORM CONR 391, representing 25% of the bid total, must accompany each bid. NYSDOT reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
Otsego Co., High Friction Surface Treatment on NY Rte. 23 in the City of Oneonta., Bid Deposit $30,000.00, NO PLANS, Proposals on CDs $10, plus $8 Postage. Goals: DBE 0% 2LegalAug2
agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail process to PO Box 100, Colliersville, NY 13747. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. 6LegalAug15
with the New York Secretary of State on June 3, 2013.
Legal notice MADE IN AMERICA FARMS, LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 07/12/2013. Office in Otsego Co. SSNY design Agent of LLC upon whom Process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to c/o Trosset Group Attorneys, P.O. Box 28, Cooperstown, New York 13326 Purpose: Any Lawful purpose 6LegalAug22
ARTISTS OFF MAIN, LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 06/17/2013. Office in Otsego Co. SSNY design Agent of LLC upon whom Process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to c/o Trosset Group Attorneys, P.O. Box 28, Cooperstown, New York 13326 Purpose: Any Lawful purpose. 6LegalAug30
4. The street address of the principal business location of the limited liability company is 581 Truax Road, East Worcester, NY 12064.
Notice of Formation of Doubleday Drivers LLC. Art. of Org filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/29/13. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, PO Box 1317, Cooperstown, NY 13326. Purpose: any lawful activity. 6legalAug22
Notice of Formation of Ward S. Robinson, Jr. Agency, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 6/19/13. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The Company, PO Box 5119, Edmeston, NY 13335. Purpose: any lawful activities. 6LegalAugust1
33. Evictions, if necessary, are solely the responsibility of the successful purchaser. 34. The successful purchaser on each auction parcel must remove the auction sign within seven (7) days after the recording of the deed. 35. By acknowledging and executing these Terms & Conditions, the bidder certifies that he/she is not acting on behalf of the former owner(s) of the property against whom Otsego County foreclosed and has no intent to defraud Otsego County of the unpaid taxes, assessment, penalties and charges which have been levied against the property. The purchaser agrees that neither he/she nor his/her assigns shall convey the property to the former owner(s)
Legal notice Lakewood Cemetery Association Annual Meeting The Annual Meeting of lot holders of the Lakewood Cemetery Association will be held on Wednesday, August 6 at 1000 AM at the Deysenroth Funeral home at 82 Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, NY. Immediately following there will by a meeting of the Board of Directors. – Henry J. Nicols – Secretary / Treasurer 2LegalAug2
Legal notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received as set forth in instructions to bidders until 10:30 a.m. on August 15, 2013 at the NYSDOT, Contract Management Bureau, 50 WOLF RD, 1ST FLOOR, SUITE 1CM, ALBANY, NY 12232 and will be publicly opened and read. Bids may also be submitted via the internet using Bid Express (www. bidx. com). A certified or cashier’s check payable to the NYS Dept. of Transportation for the sum
Electronic documents and Amendments are posted to www.dot.ny.gov/ doing-business/opportunities/constnotices Contractor is responsible for ensuring that all Amendments are incorporated into its bid. To receive notification of Amendments via e-mail you must submit a request to be placed on the Planholders List at www.dot.ny.gov/doing-business/opportunities/const-planholder. Amendment may have been issued prior to your placement on the Planholders list. NYS Finance Law restricts communication with NYSDOT on procurements and contact can only be made with designated persons. Contact with non-designated persons or other involved Agencies will be considered a serious matter and may result in disqualification. Contact Maria Tamarkin (518) 457-8403. Contracts with 0% Goals are generally single operation contracts, where sub-contracting is not expected, and may present direct bidding opportunities for Small Business Firms, including, but not limited to, D/W/MBEs. The Contractor must comply with the Regulation relative to non-discrimination in federally-assisted programs of the USDOT 49 CFR 21. Please call (518) 457-3583 if a reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the letting. Reg. 09, Jack Williams, Regional Director, 44 Hawley Street, Binghamton, NY 13901 D262387, PIN 9120.58, F.A. Proj. LS3E-9120-583,
Legal notice Notice of Formation of a NY Limited Liability Company. Name: VAN ACRES FARM LLC. Articles of organization filing date with Secretary of State (SSNY) was 14 June 2013. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and SSNY shall mail copy of process to 2750 County Highway 31, Cherry Valley, NY 13320. Purpose is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under NYS laws. 6LegalAugust1
Legal notice Notice of Formation of JUMPS ROAD ASSOCIATES LLC. Art. of Org. filed with Secy of State of NY (SSNY) on 05/09/2013. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY designated as
Legal notice SPARKS ELECTRIC, LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 6/11/13. Office in Otsego Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 361 State Hwy. 7, Unadilla, NY 13849, which is also the principal business location. Purpose: To own and operate an electrical business as well as any lawful purpose. 6LegalAugust1
Legal notice Notice of organization of J & B Frost, LLC, under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law. 1. The name of the limited liability company is J & B Frost, LLC. 2. Articles of Organization of J & B Frost, LLC were filed
3. The county within this state in which the office of the limited liability company is to be located is Otsego County.
5. The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address within or without this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the limited liability company served upon him or her is 581 Truax Road, East Worcester, NY 12064. 6. The limited liability company is organized to carry on all lawful activities. 6LegalJuly25
Legal notice Notice of Formation of a NY Limited Liability Company. Name: RABBIT RUN RENTALS, LLC. Articles of organization filing date with Secretary of State (SSNY) was 12 June 2013. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and SSNY shall mail copy of process to PO Box 1211, Cooperstown, New York 13326. Purpose is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under NYS laws. 6LegalJuly25
Legal notice Notice of Formation of a NY Limited Liability Company. Name: RABBIT RUN PROPERTIES, LLC. Articles of organization filing date with Secretary of State (SSNY) was 12 June 2013. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and SSNY shall mail copy
of process to PO Box 1211, Cooperstown, New York 13326. Purpose is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under NYS laws. 6LegalJuly25
Legal notice Notice of Formation of a NY Limited Liability Company. Name: STONY HILL ENTERPRISES LLC. Articles of organization filing date with Secretary of State (SSNY) was 6 June 2013. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and SSNY shall mail copy of process to 151 Vanderwerker Road, Cherry Valley, New York 13320. Purpose is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under NYS laws. 6LegalJuly25
Legal notice Notice of Formation of a NY Limited Liability Company. Name:VANSPANJE MASONRY LLC. Articles of organization filing date with Secretary of State (SSNY) was11 June 2013. Office location: Otsego County. SSNY has been designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and SSNY shall mail copy of process to 1373 County Highway 34, Schenevus, NY 12155. Purpose is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under NYS laws. 6LegalJuly25
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2013 Chevy Malibu LS
2013 Chevy Cruze LT
4 Cyl., Auto, AC, P. Opts., OnStar-XM MSRP $21,035 CC DISCOUNT -$552 REBATE -$1,500 COMPETITIVE CASH -$500 CASH DOWN -$2,500
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2013 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab LT MSRP CC DISCOUNT REBATE PKG BONUS GM TRADE IN OWNER LOYALTY CASH DOWN
4 Cyl., Auto, AC, P. Opts., OnStar-XM MSRP $22,755 CC DISCOUNT -$440 REBATE -$2,500 COMPETITIVE CASH -$500 CASH DOWN -$2,500
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2014 SILVERADO CARS 2007 COBALT LS 2DR 5 SPD, AC, 731160, 45K ....................... $8,495 ...... $99 2007 COBALT LS 2DR 5 SPD, AC, 730911, 68K ....................... $8,495 ...... $99 2010 COBALT LT FULL PWR, 5SPD, C131021, 66K ................... $9,995 ... $115 2010 AVEO 5 5 SPD, C331083, 43K.............................................. $9,995 ... $115 2009 AVEO LS 5 SPD, C130381, 32K ........................................... $9,995 ... $117 2010 AVEO LT AUTO, AC, C131023, 54K ................................... $10,995 ... $130 2009 FUSION SEL FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, 130863, 82K ...... $12,695 ... $159 2008 IMPALA LT FULL PWR, C531412, 56K............................. $12,995 ... $164 2010 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS FULL PWR, 430071, 55K ....... $13,495 ... $169 2007 LACROSSE CXL FULL PWR, LTHR, 430391, 43K........... $12,995 ... $173 2010 COBALT LT FULL PWR, C731070, 14K............................. $13,995 ... $177 2009 VIBE AWD AUTO, AC, C303211, 66K ............................... $13,995 ... $179 2009 IMPALA LT FULL PWR, C730301, 52K............................. $13,995 ... $179 2009 IMPALA LT FULL PWR, LTHR, SNRF, C323861, 53K ....... $14,495 ... $187 2011 IMPALA LS FULL PWR, C730661, 35K ............................ $14,695 ... $187 2008 MALIBU LT FULL PWR, LTHR, C130762, 51K.................. $14,595 ... $189 2011 IMPALA LT FULL PWR, C710610, 22K............................. $15,495 ... $200 2011 MALIBU LT FULL PWR, C730870, 38K ............................ $15,995 ... $208 2011 IMPALA LT FULL PWR, C720943, 27K............................. $16,495 ... $215 2012 CRUZE LS FULL PWR, C731170, 21K .............................. $16,495 ... $216 2012 MALIBU LS FULL PWR, CR730820, 15K ......................... $16,995 ... $223 2010 MALIBU LTZ FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, C131581, 33K ... $17,195 ... $227 2012 IMPALA LS FULL PWR, CR730810, 17K ......................... $17,995 ... $238 2012 MALIBU LT FULL PWR, CR730800, 11K .......................... $17,995 ... $238 2012 MALIBU LT FULL PWR, CR730890, 11K .......................... $17,995 ... $238 2005 STS AWD V8 FULL PWR, LTHR, SNRF, 430411, 53K ...... $14,995 ... $245 2012 IMPALA LT FULL PWR, CR720790, 22K .......................... $18,495 ... $246
2013 Chevy Equinox LS 270
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MSRP CC DISCOUNT REBATE CONQUEST CASH DOWN
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MSRP $42,965 CC DISCOUNT -$1,968 REBATE -$3,000 COMPETITIVE CASH -$4,000 CASH DOWN -$4,000
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2010 MALIBU LTZ FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, C731120, 38K ... $18,495 ... $247 2012 IMPALA LTZ FULL PWR, LTHR, CR730920, 16K............. $18,995 ... $254 2013 IMPALA LS FULL PWR, C730900, 16K ............................ $18,995 ... $254 2011 MALIBU LTZ FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, C731130, 27K ... $18,995 ... $254 2008 STS AWD V6 FULL PWR, LTHR, SNRF, 731090, 62K ...... $18,995 ... $257 2013 MALIBU ECO FULL PWR, C730930, 15K ........................ $22,495 ... $308 2010 CADILLAC CTS WAGON AWD FULL PWR, LTHR, C731180, 25K..................................................... $29,995 ... $423
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2006 TRAILBLAZER LT 4WD
FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, NAV, 531541, 68K ................................... $11,495 ... $149 2005 ENVOY SLE 4WD FULL PWR, 530921, 52K ................... $11,495 ... $176 2009 TORRENT FWD FULL PWR, C331632, 54K .................... $14,495 ... $187 2009 EQUINOX AWD LS FULL PWR, C730681, 49K............... $15,495 ... $203 2008 EQUINOX LS AWD FULL PWR, C331541, 56K............... $16,295 ... $215
2005 SILVERADO EXT 4WD LS
2009 SILVERADO 1500 4WD EXT LT
FULL PWR, C531161, 62K................................................................ $21,995 ... $304
2008 ACADIA SLT AWD
FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, 721860, 38K ............................................ $22,495 ... $312 2010 TRAVERSE LT AWD FULL PWR, C730740, 41K ............ $22,995 ... $315 2010 TRAVERSE LT AWD FULL PWR, C332291, 37K ............ $22,995 ... $315
2010 SILVERADO 1500 CREW LS
FULL PWR, CAP, C731141, 54K ....................................................... $23,995 ... $331
2009 SILVERADO EXT 4WD LT
FULL PWR, C331871, 32K................................................................ $23,995 ... $336
2008 SIERRA 1500 4WD CREW Z71
FULL PWR, C332191, 44K................................................................ $23,995 ... $336 2012 TRAVERSE FWD LT FULL PWR, C331231, 27K ............ $24,495 ... $339
2008 SILVERADO 1500 4WD EXT LTZ
FULL PWR, LTHR, C521211, 52K..................................................... $24,495 ... $344 2010 ACADIA SLE AWD FULL PWR, C530891, 26K............... $24,995 ... $354 2011 ACADIA SLE AWD FULL PWR, C731080, 37K............... $25,995 ... $362
FULL PWR, 330472, 82K .................................................................. $13,995 ... $225
2012 SILVERADO 1500 EXT LT
FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, 730611, 35K ............................................ $16,995 ... $226
2011 ACADIA SLE AWD
AUTO, AC, 531491, 50K ................................................................... $16,995 ... $240 2010 EQUINOX LS AWD FULL PWR, C531082, 51K............... $18,995 ... $254 2011 EQUINOX LS FWD FULL PWR, C332221, 41K ............... $19,195 ... $257 2008 LIBERTY LIMITED FULL PWR, 730790, 35K ................. $18,995 ... $257 2008 WRANGLER X SOFT TOP AUTO, AC, 331422, 47K ..... $19,495 ... $265 2009 TRAVERSE LT AWD FULL PWR, C731200, 62K ............ $19,995 ... $273 2012 CAPTIVA FWD LS FULL PWR, CR731040, 14K ............. $20,995 ... $285 2010 EQUINOX LT AWD FULL PWR, C731110, 53K ............... $20,995 ... $285 2011 TERRAIN SLE AWD FULL PWR, C531531, 17K ............ $21,495 ... $292
2012 SILVERADO 1500 4WD EXT LT
2008 MAZDA CX7 AWD
2006 SIERRA 1500 EXT 4WD SL
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2013 Buick LaCrosse FWD
2013 Cadillac XTS FWD MSRP CC DISCOUNT REBATE CONQUEST CASH DOWN
All Wheel Drive MSRP $26,835 CC DISCOUNT -$910 REBATE -$1,500 COMPETITIVE CASH -$1,000 CASH DOWN -$2,500
FULL PWR, C331161, 20K................................................................ $27,495 ... $385 FULL PWR, 8 PASS, C730730, 32K ................................................. $27,495 ... $385 FULL PWR, C332161, 40K................................................................ $27,495 ... $386
2012 SIERRA 1500 4WD EXT SLE
FULL PWR, Z71, C530441, 20K ....................................................... $28,995 ... $408
2011 SILVERADO CREW 1500 4WD LT
FULL PWR, C331361, 24K................................................................ $29,995 ... $423
2010 SILVERADO 1500 EXT LTZ
FULL PWR, LTHR, ROOF, C331501, 29K ......................................... $30,995 ... $439
2009 SIERRA 2500 CREW SLE
FULL PWR, LTHR, C531381, 17K..................................................... $30,995 ... $445
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