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New Listing. Architecturally reminiscent of an English Cottage offering 3 bdrms., 1 ½ baths, lots of renovations, convenient north end location, master bedroom features mammoth walk in closet, hardwood floors, ceramic of 1st flr. and new carpet in bedrooms and steps, granite counter tops. A must see property. Call for your tour. Listing Agent Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


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Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, March 3, 2018

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www.mccollister.us Leianne Barnes

Mary Bates

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Large Tri Valley SD, ranch home 3 bdrms., 3 baths and fireplace. Directions: North on Northpointe left on Richvale to Heritage to Heather Green. Hostess: Deb Graham 740-819-0217





will generally set more fruit buds than is needed for a full crop. If trees are allowed to overbear, fruit size will decrease, limb breakage may result due to the excess weight, and certain varieties, especially in apples, may go into an alternate bearing cycle. the appearance of the fruit, pruning may be regarded as a fruit-thinning operation. While pruning will generally not eliminate the need for thinning the crop following fruit set, it will reduce fruiting stress enough to allow for better early growth of the plant and the crop than would otherwise be seen. Pruning can be considered as a pestcontrol operation. Good pruning pracSee PRUNING, Page 4D


Stunning 2 story home totally renovated, quartz counter tops, 4 bdrms. Directions: Maple Ave to St. Louis Ave. Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


54 Acres, Spacious move in ready 2 story, free gas, stocked pond, secluded, 3 bdrms., 2 ½ baths. Listing Agent Marsha Young 740-221-9101


2 Buildings total 11,684 sq. ft. and situated on 3.205 acres, ceiling height is 19-23 feet. Listing Agent Alan Wilson 740-607-4750

NEW LISTING 915 MILITARY ROAD Cape Cod home offering 3 bdrms., 2 car garage, newer floor covering and fresh paint and Remodeled bath. Listing Agent Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


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Large Cape Cod style home with 4 bdrms., 2 ½ baths, finished lower level Directions: McIntire to Sunset left on Charles Street Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


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Beautiful ranch home offering 4 bdrms. 3 baths, updated kitchen counter tops, wood flooring throughout, 12.69 acres, finished basement Listing Agent/Owner Amy Pieper 740-819-6928


4 Story solid brick building, freight elevator, retail space great place for ware house storage. Listing Agent Deb Graham 740-819-0217


Unique property w/potential for additional income 3 bdrm. house with one bedroom apartment in the garage. $119,900 Listing Agent Alan Wilson 740-607-4750

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Pruning time is here. The best time to prune small fruit is while it’s cold and the plants aren’t growing. Pruning is one of the more important practices that needs to be carried out in all fruit planting. It’s difficult to be motivated to prune this time of year. It’s cold. It’s wet. It’s inconvenient. But the payoff in the summer is worth the effort. When properly done, pruning has many advantages. When trees and vines begin fruiting, annual pruning is essential to renew fruiting wood and to adjust crop-load. With time, fruit wood may lose its ability to have fruit and/or large size fruit. Removal of some of this older fruit wood will stimulate the development of new, healthy wood that will have fruit buds in the coming years. A healthy, mature fruit tree will generally set more fruit buds than is needed for a full crop. If trees are allowed to overbear, fruit size will decrease, limb breakage may result due to the excess weight, and certain varieties, especially in apples, may go into an alternate bearing cycle. Since fruit buds are formed in most crops the summer of the year prior for

A healthy, mature fruit tree

Beautiful Tri Level home w/ 3 bdrms., 2 ½ baths and gorgeous updated kitchen. Directions: North on Maple Left on Taylor right on Center to Circle. Hostess: Brooke Carpenter 740-704-2913

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Face it, your oven is filthy — but there’s no need to be ashamed. It seems like every time you use it some new spill or stain forms and slowly bakes into that once-pristine enameled surface. Luckily, most ovens include selfcleaning modes that can wipe away all that sticky grease and crusty residue. Even manual cleaning can be made easier with proper maintenance and the right cleaning products. So are you ready to say goodbye to all that grime? First you need to take stock of your options. Not all ovens are alike, so be sure to check your owner’s manual to see what kinds of self-cleaning settings are available to you, as well as what the manufacturer recommends. With that in mind, here’s the lowdown on the three most popular ways to clean an oven. 1. Use self-clean—but only if you can open every window in the house. Aside from luxury ovens, pyrolytic cleaning is the most common type of self-clean function, and also probably the easiest. Pyrolytic cleaning raises the oven temperature to a blistering degree — usually between 900 and 1,000 degrees. The cycle lasts a few hours and reduces all that grime to ash, which can be easily wiped away once the oven cools. While there’s some variation between ovens, you’ll want to remove the oven racks and wipe out any crumbs before running the cycle. Make sure you won’t need to cook anything for at least a few hours, as the cleaning mode will lock your oven and render it unusable for the whole period. When the cycle is over, you’ll be able to wipe away the remaining



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tices result in increased light penetration throughout the canopy of the plant. Light may also be regarded as a natural pesticide. Areas receiving adequate sunlight may be less prone to certain diseases. Along with improved sunlight penetration comes better air circulation and spray penetration throughout the canopy of the plant. Together, these factors should facilitate good pest control. Conscientious pruning involves removal of diseased wood which may harbor problems for the coming growing

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HOME STAGING EFFECT ON BUYER’S VIEW OF HOME Cleaning ovens can include donning yellow protective gloves and wiping the surfaces with a sponge. GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

debris with a damp cloth. (Just wait until the cavity cools down!) Pyrolytic self-cleaning tends to be the least labor-intensive, as it handles both small and large messes fairly well, and unlike manual cleaning it doesn’t require the use of nasty chemicals. However, there is one big downside: Your house will smell terrible for a few hours, as the high heat will create fumes from all the grease and debris in your oven cooking off. Get out your box fans, open your windows, and run your exhaust fan. Just don’t leave your house with your oven turned to such a high temperature. Seriously. Don’t do it. It also tends to release fumes that can be toxic to birds, so move your pet parakeet to another part of the house during the cleaning process. 2. Give your oven a steam bath. Not every oven will have this, but some selfSee OVEN, Page 5D

season. This is the second way in which pruning may be regarded as a pest control operation. Winter has always been considered the best time to prune fruit crops. For many of the benefits outlined, this time period is preferred. Late winter is better than early winter. Since removal of diseased wood is a primary consideration, pruning should be done before growth begins in the spring. Contact Anthony Tuggle at atuggle@utk, call the Extension Service at 615-898-7710 or visit the office at 315 John R. Rice Blvd., Murfreesboro. The Extension Program offers it programs to all persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Effect on Buyer’s View of Home Forty-nine percent of buyers’ agents cited that homes staging had an effect on most buyer’s view of the home. Only four percent of respondents said that home staging had not effect on the buyer’s view of the home Impact of Buyers Viewing a Staged Home Seventy-seven percent of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home. Buyers were more willing to walk through a home they saw online (40 percent), and buyers’ agents identified that staging would positively impact the home value if the home was decorated to a buyer’s taste (38 percent). Importance of Staged Rooms Staging the living room for buyers was found to be most important (55 percent), followed by staging the master bedroom (51 percent), and staging the kitchen (41 percent). Buyers’ agents cited staging the guest bedroom as the least important room, with just nine percent saying that it was very important to stage. About one-third of buyer’s agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between one and five percent compared to other similar homes on the market that are not staged. Twenty-five percent of buyers’ agents indicated staging a home had no impact on the dollar value that was offered. Staging Homes Before Listing for Sale Thirty-eight percent of sellers’ agents said they stage all sellers’ homes prior to listing them for sale. Fourteen percent noted that they only stage homes that are difficult to sell. Thirty-seven percent of sellers’ agents stated that they do not stage homes before listing them for sale, but suggest that the seller declutter or fix property faults. Rooms Typically Staged When Selling The most common rooms that are staged include the living room (83 percent), kitchen (76 percent), master bedroom (69 percent), and the dining room (66 percent). The least common room to stage was a guest bedroom, at 21 percent. Who Pays for Home Staging The costs of staging a home were typically paid by the seller before the home is listed (25 percent). Sellers’ agents commonly personally offered to stage the home (21 percent), and offered a home staging service to sellers (14 percent). When staging a home, 29 percent of sellers’ agents reported an increase of one percent to five percent of the dollar value offered by buyers, in comparison to similar homes. Twenty-one percent of respondents stated that staging a home increased the dollar value of the home between six and 10 percent. None of the respondents reported that staging a home had a negative impact on the home’s dollar value. Time the Home is on the Market Thirty-nine percent of sellers’ agents stated that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time the home is on the market. Twenty-three percent reported slight decreases in the time on the market, while eight percent stated that staging a home did not affect the time on the market. Only eight percent of respondents reported that staging a home greatly increased the time a home was on the market. Home Improvement Items Recommended The most common home improvement items agents recommended to sellers were decluttering the home (93 percent), entire home cleaning (89 percent), carpet cleaning (81 percent), and removing pets during showings (80 percent).


Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, March 3, 2018

Your oven is gross – here are the best ways to clean it

Learn some techniques to stop the stink in its tracks JONATHAN CHAN REVIEWED.COM

You know what game I never want to play? Find that smell. It never ends well, especially when the smell is coming from your fridge. I’ve spent years working in an appliance lab, and I’ve seen some fridge disasters in my day. However, every disaster that came my way became an opportunity to test out a new solution.

Saturday, March 3, 2018 » Zanesville Times Recorder

This is why your fridge smells

The stink of microbes The long and short answer is that bacteria and molds cause the foul odors coming from your fridge. These The long and short answer is that bacteria and molds cause the foul odors coming from your fridge. GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

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clean modes use the power of steam to clean the oven— often alongside a pyrolytic option. These ovens are coated in an enamel that releases grime when it encounters steam and low heat, allowing you to easily wipe it away when the cycle finishes. The steam clean option tends to work much faster than pyrolytic cleaning (one cycle usually takes under an hour). Furthermore, it doesn’t require nearly as much heat or energy, and it doesn’t give off any nasty fumes. That said, the clean isn’t as thorough or effective. If your oven has both pyrolytic and steam self-clean cycles, you may want to run the steam clean on a more routine basis. This will limit the need for the pyrolytic mode, which is more appropriate for big messy stains. 3. Don’t forget good old-fashioned elbow grease. Not all ovens offer self-clean options, and not everyone likes to use them. For whatever reason, if you find yourself relying on your own two hands to make that oven sparkle, we have some cleaning recommendations. It’s a good idea to first remove your oven racks and wash them according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Soaking the racks in a sink full of warm water mixed with a few drops of dishwashing soap can help loosen some of that grime, which can then be scrubbed and rinsed away. There are a lot of harsh chemicals designed to remove all sorts of burnt scum from your oven cavity. If

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you have a mind to avoid them, heed this tip from wikiHow: Place 4 tablespoons of baking soda in a 1-liter spray bottle, then fill the rest of the bottle with water. Spray the oven cavity with a focus on the dirtiest areas. Wait at least one hour, then use a scraper to chip away at the worst parts. Spray again and wait another hour. Scrub with a rough sponge, then wipe the oven down with a solution of one part water, one part vinegar. If your oven still isn’t clean, it may be time to try harsher chemical oven cleaners. You may also want to try a manual steam clean method to loosen caked-on filth prior to scrubbing. eHow suggests filling an ovenproof dish with one part water, one part vinegar, and placing the dish inside the oven cavity. Set the oven to 250 degrees and let it sit for 30 minutes. Afterwards, turn the oven off, remove the dish, and scrub with a sponge. 4. In the future, avoid the mess altogether. Of course, the best way to avoid a filthy oven is to not make a mess in the first place. That’s probably not a realistic goal— but it may help to place a cookie sheet or swath of foil under your food to catch any splatters and spills. Just know that placing extra sheets of metal may affect how your oven cooks, creating hot spots that may be a big problem for certain dishes and baked goods. Also be sure to clean up individual messes as quickly as possible. It’ll be easier to avoid stubborn stains when they haven’t been baking in your oven for a year! This is especially true of the glass, which can be far more tricky to clean than the inside. Oven maintenance will never be barrels of fun, but it can keep any cleanliness issues from spiraling out of control, and it can cut down on the amount of elbow grease you’ll need to use.

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Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, March 3, 2018

MUSKINGUM COUNTY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Feb. 12 179 John and Carol L. Ashford to Brandon M. and Kelsey Jo Daniels, 61 Old Rainer Road, Roseville, $100,000 180 Kevin R. and Mindy L. Wilson to Keith and Sandra Crider, 9895 Canal Road, Frazeysburg, $175,000 181 Terry J. and Mary P. Finley to William A. and Sue Dunigan, 2775 East Ridgewood Circle, Zanesville, $192,500 182 Chad A. and Billie J. James to Kelsey E. and Eric E. Gheen, 1640 Potts Lane, Zanesville, $193,000 183 Jeffrey A. and Charlene F. McNeish to Erika B. Altier and Kruiz A. Minton, 5925 Church Hill Road, Zanesville, $7,836 184 J.B. and Shelly L. Broughton to Jennifer K. and Dion D. Spillman, 6221 Canterbury Way, Zanesville, $575,000 185 Ralph Newell to Brenda Pletcher, 1059 S. Luck Ave., Zanesville, $21,000 186 Tonya L. Emory to Forest E. and Carol I. Bollinger, 1278 Davis St., Zanesville, $10,000

Feb. 13 187 Clara I. Tysinger to Justin M. Donnelly, 9255 Gaysport Hill Road, Blue Rock, $110,000 188 Nancy Fitz to Jerry H. and Brenda S. Sode, 2440 1/2 Boat Dock Road, Zanesville, $65,000 189 Finton Investments Inc. to Lyman Drive Group LLC, 4394 Northpointe Drive, Zanesville, $1,325,000 190 Justin T. Landerman to Kevin M. Wilson, 7890 Old Town Road, Mt. Perry, $87,500 191 Thomas E. Sprankel to Brian K. Hayes, 1400 Michael Drive, Zanesville, $124,000 192 Ronald E. and Mildred K. Hall to Pamela J. Laywell, 9995 E. Athens Road, Roseville, $29,000

Feb. 14 193 Peter A. Cherevas to Henry L. and Wilma Jean J. Batstra, 3548 Colony Hill Drive, Zanesville, $109,000

Feb. 15 194 Randy E. and Mary Hooper to James K. and Gail M. Bell, 1.03 acre lot, Springfield Township, $21,000 195 Zanesville Energy LLC to Go Premises LLC, 6400 Maysville Pike, Zanesville, $50,000 196 Aaron Snyder Countrytyme to Lane Specialists Ltd., 1870 W. Union Road, Norwich, $43,000 197 Darla Tyo to Jody L. and Troy Brenlish, 737 Lexington Ave., Zanesville, $19,690 198 Herman W. Irvin to Chad and Jamie Kincheloe, 9.99 and 20.01 acre splits, Licking Township, $114,000 199 Sara A. Reichart to Anthony R. and Marilyn Jean Norris, 2039 Neil Ave., Zanesville, $36,000 200 J&J Muskingum Real Estate LLC to Matt and Kristen Rambo, 1220 MJ Way, Zanesville, $39,000 201 Moses Edward Bellamy to Willie and Julie Beasley, 270 Cliffwood Ave., Zanesville, $119,900


Feb. 16 202 1054 Investments LLC to RDM Lumber LLC, 4960 Ridge Road, Roseville, $460,000 203 Melissa S. Border to Matthew and Nicole Ashley Stewart, 3525 Darlington Drive, Zanesville, $32,000 204 Zanesville S & B Realty Co. to Geneses Healthcare System, 2916 Vangader Drive, Zanesville, $916,900 205 Bank of New York Mellon to Collin P. Linnabary, 5 South Ave., Zanesville, $40,000 206 Bank of New York Mellon to Thomas E. and Alethea L. Botts, 375 Walters Way, Zanesville, $168,554

207 Gerald L. and Joyce S. Appleman to Terina and Roger Carper, 4353 Strattford Circle West, Zanesville, $50,000 208 Scott Lowe to Phyllis Coleen Ohlinger, 1105 Chatham Drive, Zanesville, $139,000 209 Larry Clapper to William Q. and Brenda S. Dagpin, 924 Daniels Court, Zanesville, $500 210 Timothy R. and Colleen M. Staker to Levi R. Staker, 3075 Durant Road, Zanesville, $120,000 211 House of Grace Church to SMZ Development Co. LLC, 814 Elberon Ave., Zanesville, $30,000

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PROPERTY TRANSFERS EXEMPT FROM CONVEYANCE FEES Feb. 12 E133 Jack L. Barnett to Jeffrey L. Bowser, 2327 Linden Ave., Zanesville E134 James E. Tucker to James E. and Mary Tucker, 4750 Tucker Road, Zanesville E135 James E. and Mary Tucker to T&H 153 LLC, 4750 Tucker Road, Zanesville E136 Freda M. McDonnell to Traci M. McCoid, 300 Downing Drive, Zanesville E137 Delmar Tysinger to Clara I. Tysinger, 9255 Gaysport Hill Road, Blue Rock E138 Charles A. Murrey III to MM, 1367 Murrey Drive, Zanesville E139 MMK to MDK & TLK, 1367 Murrey Drive, Zanesville E140 Myra S. Hartman to Myra S. Hartman, 3130 Stine Road, Zanesville E141 Larry E. and Jeaneen T. McDaniel to Bryce and Rachael McDaniel, 2725 Rix Mills Road, New Concord

Feb. 13 E142 Kristyn K. Wilson to Staci R. and Joseph D. Wilson Jr., 526 Market St., Philo E143 Naomi Q. Quiao to William Q. Dagpin Jr., 11100 Baird Road, Mt. Perry

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2877 Dresden Rd., Zanesville 3 BR, 3.5 BA home with over 3500 sq. ft. living space. Offers 1st floor laundry, gas FP & 3 season room. $219,900

Dir: Dresden Road North before Military.

Host: Dean Harper, 740-607-2969

1051 Terrace Ct., Zanesville

Private 2 BR, 2.5 BA home on the north end of Zanesville. Large LR w/FP that flows onto the rear deck. Dir: N on Maple Ave., R on Brandywine, L on Colony Dr., R on Terrace Ct. $139,900

Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818



7247 Eaglepoint Dr., Nashport

3050 Olde Falls Rd., Zanesville Prime piece of land. 3.85 acres on Northpointe Dr. There are endless possibilities of how someone could choose to develop this property. $300,000 Call: Dean Harper, 740-607-2969

Newer construction home that just needs your finishing touches. Perfect opportunity for someone to complete their dream home. Studded & insulated, 3400 sq. ft., 4 BR, 3.5 BA full basement & great location.

$170,000 Call: Dan Robison, 740-221-3749

5580 Dillon Hills, Nashport

Fam. Rm. w/stone fireplace, beautiful kitchen w/oak hardwood floors, formal DR, screened porch overlooks wooded

back lot in this 4 BR, 2 full, 2 half BA home.

Dir: SR 146 N to Dillon state park, L to go to park, R on Dillon Hills. $279,900

Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818


5 Maple St., Frazeysburg

16x80 manufactured home with nice rented lot. Large carport that easily converts to sun room. Offers 2 BR, 2 BA, Lg. living room and kitchen. Covered deck, large storage shed will stay.


Call: Dan Robison, 740-221-3749




518 Gray St., Zanesville This charming 2 BR home has been carefully maintained over the years. Features a lg. LR & a cheery inviting kitchen and a partially finished bsmt. Great starter home or investment property! $38,900

4570 East Pike, Zanesville Amazing sprawling ranch home offering 4 BR, 2 full BA, new eat-in kitchen with appliances, spacious LR & 1st floor laundry. Many updates throughout. 1 car det. garage & quiet country setting. NOW $129,900

3775 West Pike, Zanesville 5.58 acres with 8 income producing properties. Call agent for more details! NOW $374,900 Call: Dean Harper, 740-607-2969




E144 Ronald M. Hardy to Ronald M. and Christine B. Hardy, 539 Merrick Ave., Zanesville E145 Catherine Moore to Roger W. Moore, 4085 Rodayle Drive, Roseville

Feb. 15 E146 Ronald L. Hina to Adam C. Hina and Rhonda L. Davis, Lot 28, McHenry 2nd Ridge Avenue Addition, Zanesville E147 Abbi M. Friebe to Bradley A. Friebe, 1795 Potts Lane, Zanesville

Feb. 16 E148 Brenda M. Bronkar to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E149 Daniel Hoffer to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E150 Danny L. Mohler to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E151 Lori-Ann Gupton Mohler (Dower) to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E152 Linda Hoffer Robinson to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E153 Sherry L. Mohler Dalton to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E154 Kathryn Mohler Price to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E155 Gregg Mohler to Sandra Hoffer Church, 2895 Cody Drive, Zanesville E156 Dale L. Wright to Betty E. Wright, 5730 White Eyes Road, New Concord E157 Fannie Mae to Devin Spires, 940 Langan


Call: Amanda Hitchcock, 740-221-1818

155-157 W Main St., New Concord

Excellent location for a small strip center, professional office, daycare or medical practice! Imagine the possibilities! All utilities are available. NOW $180,000

Call: Bobbi Lepi, 740-455-3730

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469 White Oak, Zanesville

3 BR, 3.5 BA brick front home offers over 3500 sq. ft. of living space! Full finished bsmt., 2 gas FP & a 3 season rm. with composite decking overlooking lg. backyard. NOW $99,900

Call: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818

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Great potential for this 4 acre commercial tract. This would be a fantastic location for condo development or other commercial uses needing high visibility! NOW $389,000

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menacing microbes thrive in areas that have moisture. That moisture can come from spilled food, condensation from the fridge, and humidity from the outside. Once moisture gets in, microbes will start to multiply, taking over any space they can get a foothold. When they reach a critical mass, you can start to detect their presence via their smell. Now you know what causes odors in your fridge, and knowing is half the battle – but not the whole thing.

How to get rid of the smell Let’s start with the simplest things to do work our way down to the most labor intensive. We’ll begin with something as easy as a flick of your wrist. Step 1: Lower the temperature Sometimes just lowering your fridge’s temperature will get rid of odors. Turning down the temperature is probably simplest solution. Optimally, your fridge should be between 35 and 37 degrees. If you live in a very humid place, the recommended settings might not be enough to stave off the build up of moisture. If you don’t have a thermometer in your fridge, you can pick up a decent one on Amazon for under $10. Step 2: Check the door first, then elsewhere When looking for spoiled food, check the stuff on the door first. As common sense as it may be, people tend to forget that food on the door spoils fastest. So even though the expiration date might be weeks away, milk, eggs, and other foodstuffs may already be a feast for germs. After the door, work your way to the back of the fridge, sniffing and peeking at all your past purchases. Step 3: Get some chemical assistance Silica mats can help absorb excess moisture from produce. Silica mats can keep odors away by preventing premature produce rot. They’re inexpensive (under $15 on Amazon) and fit inside your crisper drawer. You can also try placing a dish of something odor absorbent on a shelf. Baking soda is probably the most popu-

When looking for spoiled

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as it may be, people tend to forget that food on the door spoils fastest. So even though the expiration date might be weeks away, milk, eggs, and other foodstuffs may already be a feast for germs.

lar, however coffee grounds and charcoal can be used too. If even this does not work, then it’s time to attack the source. Step 4: The deep clean Where plastic meets glass is where moisture and grime collect. Much of the time, the solution may come down to a little elbow grease. If your fridge still smells after steps 1-3, it’s time to start clearing out the fridge. Get a cooler, stuff all your food in it with some ice, and get cleaning. Lots of fridges these days have spillproof shelves. While they keep small spills from becoming big messes, where the glass meets the plastic is the perfect place for odor-causing bacteria to hide. With your disinfectant of choice, I’d start going at these areas first. A.C. (After Cleaning) If even after cleaning, the smell persists, then it may be time to make that dreaded service call. The bad smell could be coming from the drip pan underneath the fridge. Sometimes a damaged or used up water filter can emit odors. It could even be a buildup inside the fridge’s drainage system. Either way, you should find out if it’s something major.

and Kristen N. Irvin, 262 Elm St., Duncan Falls E161 Luiz M. Rivera to Jose Rivera, 239 Harrison St., Zanesville E162 Donald E. Smart to Betty J. Smart, 1105 Chatham Drive, Zanesville E163 Betty J. Smart to Scott Lowe, 1105 Chatham Drive, Zanesville E164 Danzel L. Goins to Danzel and Deborah L. Goins, 114 Summit Drive, Zanesville

OPEN SUNDAY 12 TO 2 3030 VENTURE LANE This one will make a great 1st time home buyer home. Very well maintained, needs some updates. North end close to everything. Newer windows and furnace. Come take a look. DIR: Dresden Rd to E Highland, Right on Lookout, Right on Venture Lane

Host: Tammy Findeiss 740-819-4103

FRANKLIN LOCAL Darling 2 bedroom 2 bath home, Completely remodeled. Detached garage. Priced to sell! Call Tammy (P01-234W)

MAYSVILLE Cute 2 bedroom 1 bath home on nearly an acre lot. Well maintained Call Rex (03-2888P)

MAYSVILLE Building Site 2.08 acres, public water, electric and gas available Call Dottie (27-1488G)

FRANKLIN LOCAL Building Site Nice 1 acre wooded lot Perfect for building your dream home.

MAYSVILLE 3 adjacent Lots available 0.5 acres m/l Buy together or separate Call George (27-00P)

TRI VALLEY SCHOOLS This 4 bedroom 3 bath home offers over 2,700 sq ft. Remodeled throughout. Features large walk out family room, perfect for entertaining or family fun. Newly built oversized 2 car garage. Call Tammy for your private tour (14-5260G)

Interest Rates are going to go up, no denying it. If you are thinking of either buying or selling, Now is the time, While the rates are still low! It is much easier to sell your home when buyers can get a good rate. So don’t drag your feet Call Y City Realty today To List or Buy We have buyers, would love to have more to offer them. Why shouldn’t it be your home! Call A Y City Realty Realtor Today!

Tammy Findeiss 740-819-4103 Debbie Sorensen 740-252-2475 Rex Fell 740-624-6432 Adrian Kaminski 740-562-3860 Cheryl Moody 740-408-5203 George Sherry, Broker 740-683-3200

Connie Shaeffer 740-819-4490 Dottie Manning 740-819-9082 Chad Brock 740-607-0448 Paul Quisling 740-683-7066 Y City Realty 740-452-8500 Carolyn Sherry, Broker 740-319-7954


Lane, Zanesville E158 Geraldine N. Davis to Jeri D. and Jeffrey K. Davis, 853 Gorsky Road, Hopewell E159 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Mark S. Baker, 503 Hamline Ave., Zanesville E160 David D. and Carolyn J. Irvin to Douglas W.


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Saturday, March 3, 2018 » Zanesville Times Recorder


Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, March 3, 2018

“We Always Have Time For You”

Carol Goff & Associates NEW LISTING


1108 Maple Ave. Zanesville, OH

(740) 454-6777


Zanesville • 740-454-6777 South Zanesville • 740-454-0246 New Concord • 740-826-7557



Carol Goff 819-2301 Owner

Lori Frank 704-5511 Broker

PET OF THE WEEK Athena 2 Year Old Maine Coon Female Animal Shelter Society, Inc 740-452-1077

613 TIMBER RUN RD. $265,000



Nice, secluded location on 1.76 acres. Home features 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Large eat-in kitchen with lots of cupboards and bar area. 20x24 family room with wood burning fireplace. Outside there is a huge detached garage with heat and a/c that could be used for a business or man cave.

SIS TODD 740-454-8468

1437 CROWN ST. $500,000

2510 DOUGLAS RD. $60,000

Large building with over 6,000 square feet of warehouse space and separate office space with 600 square feet of space. Three new 14 foot doors and two lifts. New rubber floor. Plenty of space for storage and parking.

Great location with lots of potential. Ranch home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, living room with fireplace and family room off of dining area. Full unfinished basement. Some TLC needed to make this a great home.

RIC DODSON 740-221-9946

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641


2070 LICKING RD. $54,900

PRICED TO SELL! All offers will be considered. With some TLC, this could make an ideal home for a family with a large level yard. Large 2 car oversized garage that would be ideal for the handyman. Newer furnace. New hot water heater and commode.

BONNIE DEARTH 740-819-3197


Shannon Adams 819-1641 Realtor

E. WHEELING RD. $42,000 Bonnie Dearth 819-3197 Realtor

Great site for building. 9.92 acres in East Muskingum School District. Electric is available.

1519 EUCLID AVE. $62,100

Move in ready 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Updated kitchen with stainless appliances. Formal dining area and large living room. Wood floors in most of home. Fenced in back yard and covered front porch. Call today before this one is gone!

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

1773 LONHGILL DR. $429,900

230 TREEHOUSE LN. $234,000

7946 KROFT RD. $144,900

417 COVENTRY CIRCLE $369,000

PHIL MUSE 614-949-3482

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

Well maintained split level home with 2 BR and 1 BA on 5.42 Acres. Quiet country setting and has 2 Amish storage sheds plus a wood working shop with electric. There is another out building with electric and gas heater that could be made into a Man Cave. Carpet is less than 1 year old and is very plush. Appliances are all less than 3 years old. The laundry room and pantry is off the kitchen with plenty of storage.

3165 DICKORY CIR. $419,900

Custom built 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath brick home with beautifully landscaped gardens and patio perfect for outdoor entertaining. Inside you will find custom cabinetry, granite countertops and a new sound system. The entry foyer has Italian marble and the great room has 16’ celings. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac.

Beautiful brick home on 6+ acres. 1st floor owners suite that walks out to a deck. Fully applianced kitchen with bar/eating area along with a dining area opening out to a deck. On the first floor you will also find an office with its own entrance, two bedrooms that share a Jack and Jill bath. Upstairs you will find another bedroom, family room and loft area. Huge walkout basement with a full bath and finished family room.

8200 SILVEY HOLLOW RD. $178,900

710 BRIGHTON BLVD. $142,900

BONNIE DEARTH 740-819-3197

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

SHERRY ZIEMER 740-607-8471

Ric Dodson 221-9946 Realtor

Stacie West 408-7533 Realtor

Dustin Bronkar 740-704-4443 Realtor


Susan Crews 819-5829 Realtor

Sis Todd 454-8468 Realtor

Ron Thompson 683-7089 Realtor

Gorgeous brick ranch home with over 6000 square feet of living space! 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, kitchen with fireplace, large pantry and equipped laundry room. Master suite has bath with jet tub and walk in closet. The lower level has a full kitchen plus huge rec room, gym area and workshop. Enjoy the outdoors with a covered porch, patio, fire pit and redwood pergola.

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

2439 GLEN DR. $139,900

This home has the square footage in all the right places. Huge rec room with a fireplace gives you that country feeling and only 5 minutes from town. The home offers 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths and a large kitchen with a nice pantry. Huge attached 2 car garage as well. Property comes with 2 parcels giving you plenty of space for gatherings. .

SEAN BARNHOUSE 740-562-9831

Lisa Finnell 221-5431 Realtor

Coleen Tiffner 680-0681 Realtor

Sherry Ziemer 607-8471 Realtor

Gorgeous, private setting at the end of a cul-de-sac for this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. This one floor home features an open concept floor plan with vaulted ceilings. The kitchen has custom hickory cabinets with tons of storage and a breakfast bar area and opens to the dining room. Formal living room with cozy fireplace. Large family room with wood flooring, custom window bench storage area and lots of windows to let the light in.

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

19 MONTAGUE AVE. $110,000

Much bigger than I look! 1680 sq ft of living space. 3 BR, 2 full baths, 1st floor laundry. Lots of updates in this home, including new roof, vinyl siding, spouting, porch. Updated bathrooms, new floor covering throughout. Updated electrical, plumbing. 90 % efficiency furnace, newer central air, vinyl windows. All you have to do is move in. There is a large yard on the side and in the rear of the house.

BONNIE DEARTH 740-819-3197

Bruce Crutchfield 630-1459 Realtor

Lori Dickens 255-0182 Realtor

Rhonda Lampton 624-8887 Realtor

9455 BUSH HILL RD. $224,900

If you have thoughts of getting out in the country, this property is for you! 4.783 acres in Franklin Local School District. The home has 3 nice sized bedrooms, 2 full baths and full basement with woodburner. Woodburning fireplace in living room, plenty of room for your family with a two car attached garage.

Looking for privacy and seclusion, then look no more. Sitting on 15 wooded acres this home has an abundance of wild life making it ideal for hunting or just relaxing and watching. Situated in Franklin Local Schools, this 3 bedroom home has two heat sources. Walk out basement with lots of additional storage. Property has a spring feed pond, barn and 4 car garage.

785 LARZELERE AVE. $59,900

1628 MAPLE AVE. $54,900

RIC DODSON 740-221-9946

Cute 1 1/2 story home sits close to Muskingum County fairgrounds. Hardwood floors, newer windows, roof, siding and water tank. This 3 bedroom home with a little TLC would make a great starter home or a good investment for the right person. 1 car garage and plenty of on and off street parking, a fenced in back yard for kids to play or pets to enjoy.

Phillip Muse 614-949-3482 Realtor

Judy Covella 270-9504 Realtor

201 PINE ST. $17,500

Excellent north end location. Situated near residential and commercial on Maple Avenue. Would make great office, rental or residential home. Convenient location. Needs TLC but the opportunities are limitless.

Attention Investors! Rental property, currently tenant occupied. 4 bedrooms, 1 bath. Could use a little TLC, otherwise a sound property. Call today!

LORI FRANK 740-704-5511

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

JOHN WELLS 740-617-9748

Dylan Ruby 624-8856 Realtor

Absolutely stunning home! You truly have to view the inside of the home to appreciate all the updates, character and charm this home as to offer. Beautiful wood work, original pocket doors, completely remodeled and updated kitchen with tons of cabinet space and quartz counter tops. Formal dining area, large living room.

Jalil Carter 260-4749 Realtor

John Wells 617-9748 Realtor

Sean Barnhouse 740-562-9831 Realtor

Daniel Bennett 740-607-7729 Realtor

Carley Mosholder 740-297-5675 Realtor