Legal Notices: Week of 05-17-2019

Berkshire Probate and
Family Court

44 Bank Row

Pittsfield,
MA 01201

(413) 442-6941

Commonwealth
of Massachusetts

The Trial Court

Probate and Family Court

CITATION ON PETITION TO CHANGE NAME

Docket No. BE19C0041CA

In the matter of: Amanda Sophia Rodriguez

A Petition to Change Name of Adult has been filed by Amanda
Sophia Rodriguez of Housatonic MA requesting that the court enter a Decree
changing their name to: AmadaSophia Komorebi

IMPORTANT NOTICE

     Any person may
appear for purposes of objecting to the petition by filing an appearance at:
Berkshire Probate and Family Court before 10:00 a.m. on the return day of
05/23/2019. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a
written appearance if you object to this proceeding.

WITNESS, Hon. Richard
A Simons, First Justice of this Court.

Date: April 25, 2019

Francis B Marinaro,
Register of Probate

5.17

#4591

EGREMONT CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Egremont Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing
May 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Egremont Town Hall, 171 Rt. 71, on a Notice of Intent
(NOI) by Barbara Kalish, 6 Buttonball Lane, for a landscaping project, all of
said project being within 200 feet of Hubbard Brook, an area designated under
the Wetlands Protection Act as Riverfront. NOI may be viewed at Town Hall
between 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays and anytime at http:​/​​/​masspublicnotices.org​/​.

Bill Tynan

ECC Chairman

5.17

#4596

LEGAL NOTICE

Grants available to benefit seniors

Elder Services of Berkshire County, Inc. (Elder Services)
announces the availability of funds through Title III of the Older Americans
Act, and requests proposals for Subgrants targeted to individuals 60 years of
age and older in Berkshire County for the following programs and services:
Legal Assistance; Minor Home Repair, Heavy Chores; In-home Mental Health
Assessment; Approved Evidence-Based Healthy Aging Programs (request list),
Medical Transportation, Caregiver Support, Information and Education and In-home
Respite Services for Caregivers. All grants are subject to a competitive
process and the availability of funding.

     The Title III
Subgrant process is open to nonprofit organizations and private for-profit
organizations and businesses. Subgrant proposals must support and provide
direct services to Berkshire
County residents age 60
and older. The Older Americans Act identifies groups of seniors who should
receive priority in the use of Title III funding, including rural elders,
elders with the greatest economic and social need, racially or ethnically
isolated individuals, limited English speaking seniors, frail or disabled
individuals and the caregivers of such individuals, and elders facing cultural
or social isolation, including LGBT individuals.

     Interested
individuals and organizations, especially those that serve seniors, are
encouraged to send a Letter of Intent by June 3, 2019 at 4 p.m. Proposals may
be submitted by a single organizational entity, or be collaborative ventures.
Letters of Intent will be reviewed, and selected organizations will be invited
to submit a response to the Request for Proposals ( RFP). See Elder Services’
website, www.esbci.org for the Letter of Intent format and RFP. Successful
proposals will be funded for one year, encompassing the period Oct. 1, 2019
through Sept. 30, 2020.

     An informational
meeting regarding the Request for Proposal process will be held on Tuesday, May
28, 2019 at 10 a.m. at Elder Services, 877 South Street, Suite 4E in Pittsfield.

     Further
information can be obtained by sending an email to Donna Todd Rivers at Elder
Services, at dtoddrivers@esbci.org, or by calling her at 413-499-0524.
Guidelines for submitting a Letter of Intent, the full proposal format, and
other information may be downloaded as a Word document from Elder Services’
website at www.esbci.org. If invited to submit a full proposal, the deadline is
4 p.m. Friday, June 24, 2019.

     Elder Services’
mission is to provide Berkshire elders,
caregivers, and individuals with disabilities the opportunity to live with
dignity, independence and self-determination, and to achieve the highest
possible quality of life.

5.17

#4600

Legal Notice

In accordance with the provisions of Mass General Laws,
Chapter 105A, Section 4 we will enter and sell miscellaneous personal property
from the following units: Unit 33B, rented by Allysa Siniawski, 65 Tyringham
Raod, Lee, and unit #47C rented by James Kane, 140 East Street, Great
Barrington. We shall sell the contents at a private sale on May 24, 2019. The
sale will occur at B-Safe Storage Inc at 50 Run Way in Lee, MA 01238 phone (413) 243-6334. Contents
consist of household goods, furniture, and miscellaneous personal property. All
property will be sold or disposed of unless all storage and fees are paid in
full.

5.10, 5.​17

#4587

Legal Notice

Town of Great Barrington

Public Hearing

The Selectboard will hold a public hearing on Monday, June
10, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall, 334 Main St.,, Great Barrington, MA 01230
to act on the Application of Berkshire Cooperative Association, Inc. d/b/a
Berkshire Co-Op Market, Daniel Esko, Manager for the following: to change the
dba from Berkshire Co-op Market to Berkshire Food Co-op; to change the Manager
from Daniel Esko to Jessica Bosworth; and to change the location from 42 Bridge
Street to 34 Bridge Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230 on the Beer and Wine
Package Store Liquor License.

Stephen Bannon

Chair

5.17, 5.​24

#4594

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Great Barrington Selectboard will hold a public hearing
on Monday, June 10, 2019 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, 334 Main St., Great
Barrington, MA 01230 to act on the special permit application from Terrence and
Terri Coughlin for a Special Permit for a Tourist Home Bed and Breakfast
establishment at 98 Division Street, Great Barrington, per Sections 7.16 and
10.4 of the Zoning Bylaw. The proposal includes the renovation of the existing
single family home.

Stephen C. Bannon,
Chair

5.17, 5.​24

#4602

TOWN OF EGREMONT

INVITATION TO BID

The Town of Egremont, acting
through its Board of Selectmen, invites sealed bids from contractors for
blacktopping a portion of the Egremont
Town Hall driveway,
parking lot and walkways and related work project. For further information,
contact Buildings and Grounds Superintendent at 413-528-0182 ext 18.

     Specs are
available upon request via email tegremont@egremont-ma.gov or are posted on the
Town’s web page www.egremont-ma.gov.

     The work to be
performed includes paving and related work. Approximately 285 tons of Masstop
with binder in place including materials and all equipment and machinery. Work
to be completed by Oct. 31, 2019. All applicable federal, state and local laws,
regulations and rules shall be observed.

     A non-mandatory
pre-bid conference is scheduled for Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 8 a.m. at the Egremont Town Hall.

     Sealed bids from
General Contractors, submitted clearly marked “Town Hall parking lot” shall be
received at the Chief Procurement Officer, 171 Egremont Plain Road (Route 71),
Egremont (or via mail to PO Box
368, South Egremont, MA 01258)
until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at which time they will be publicly
opened and read aloud.

     A 50 percent
payment bond is required. and furnish proof of Insurance for General Liability,
Auto Liability, and Workers’ Compensation. All bids must be accompanied by a
Statement of Non-collusion and tax compliance. All bidders must possess 10 hour
OSHA card.

     The work under
this contract shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter 30, Section 39M of
the Massachusetts General Laws. Wages are subject to Massachusetts’s minimum wage rates as
required by M.G.L. Chapter 149, Sections 26 to 27D, inclusive. The contractor
must certify that he shall not discriminate against any qualified employee or
applicant for employment because of race, color, national origin, ancestry,
age, sex, religion, or physical or mental handicap. The Contractor must agree
to comply with all applicable Federal, State and Local statutes, rules and regulations,
prohibiting discrimination in employment.

     Selection of the
contractor will be based upon bidder qualifications including evidence of past
performance in similar projects, bid price. The Contract will be awarded to the
bidder deemed by the Awarding Authority to be the lowest responsible and
eligible bidder.

     The Town of Egremont reserves the
right to accept or reject any and all bids, in whole or in part, to waive any
informality in the bids received, and to accept the bid deemed to be most
favorable to the best interest of the Town. The bidder agrees that its bid
shall be good and not withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days, Saturdays,
Sundays, and legal holidays excluded, after the date of opening the bids.

     The Town of Egremont is an equal opportunity
employer and encourages minority and woman owned businesses to submit bids.

     The Town of
Egremont is a municipal corporation and is exempt from the payment of sales and
compensating use taxes to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on all materials, equipment
and supplies sold to the Contractor pursuant to this contract, to the extent
authorized by G.L.c. 64H, Section 6(f). These taxes are not to be included in
the bid. Copies of the Owner’s tax-exempt certificate will be available to the
successful Bidder upon execution of the contract.

Mary Brazie

Office Administrator

5.17

#4595

TOWN OF EGREMONT

INVITATION TO BID

The Town of Egremont,
acting through its Board of Selectmen, invites sealed bids from contractors for
Taconic Lane
blacktopping and related work project. For further information contact Road
Superintendent at 413-528-1106.

     The work to be
performed includes paving and related work. Approximately 600 tons of Masstop
with no binder in place including all equipment and machinery. Contract to be
signed and in place by June 28, 2019. All applicable federal, state and local
laws, regulations and rules shall be observed.

     Sealed bids from
General Contractors, submitted clearly marked “Taconic Lane Paving” shall be
received at the Chief Procurement Officer, 171 Egremont Plain Road (Route 71),
Egremont (or via mail to PO Box 368, South Egremont, MA 01258) until 2 p.m. on
Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at which time they will be publicly opened and read
aloud.

     A 50 percent
payment bond is required as well as a furnish proof of Insurance for General
Liability, Auto Liability, and Workers’ Compensation. All bids must be accompanied
by a Statement of Non-collusion and tax compliance. All bidders must possess a
10-hour OSHA card. All work and materials must comply with MassDOT State
Specifications.

     Bidders must
conform to the monthly price adjustment for hot mix asphalt (HMA) mixtures as
per special provisions of the MassDOT Document 00811. See
www.massdot.state.ma.us for period prices. Bidders must conform to price
adjustment clauses for diesel fuel, gasoline, liquid asphalt, Portland cement
concrete, structural steel and reinforcing steel.

     The work under
this contract shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter 30, Section 39M of
the Massachusetts General Laws. Wages are subject to Massachusetts’ s minimum wage rates as
required by M.G.L. Chapter 149, Sections 26 to 27D, inclusive. The contractor
must certify that he shall not discriminate against any qualified employee or
applicant for employment because of race, color, national origin, ancestry,
age, sex, religion, or physical or mental handicap. The Contractor must agree to
comply with all applicable Federal, State and Local statutes, rules and
regulations, prohibiting discrimination in employment.

     Selection of the
contractor will be based upon bidder qualifications including evidence of past
performance in similar projects, bid price. The Contract will be awarded to the
bidder deemed by the Awarding Authority to be the lowest responsible and
eligible bidder.

     The Town of Egremont reserves the
right to accept or reject any and all bids, in whole or in part, to waive any
informality in the bids received, and to accept the bid deemed to be most
favorable to the best interest of the Town. The bidder agrees that its bid
shall be good and not withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days, Saturdays,
Sundays, and legal holidays excluded, after the date of opening the bids.

     The Town of Egremont is an equal
opportunity employer and encourages minority and woman owned businesses to
submit bids.

     The Town of
Egremont is a municipal corporation and is exempt from the payment of sales and
compensating use taxes to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on all materials,
equipment and supplies sold to the Contractor pursuant to this contract, to the
extent authorized by G.L.c. 64H, Section 6(f). These taxes are not to be
included in the bid. Copies of the Owner’s tax-exempt certificate will be
available to the successful Bidder upon execution of the contract.

Mary Brazie

Procurement Office

5.17

#4601

TOWN OF LEE

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Selectmen will
hold a public hearing on the application for an Amendment- ​​ Change or
Alteration of Licenses Premises for the annual All Alcohol Restaurant License
to Southern Berkshire Food Service, d/b/a Salmon Run Fish House at the last
approved location of 76-78 Main Street, Lee, MA, 01238 to include outdoor
seating to accommodate four tables, each accommodating four chairs along the
side of the restaurant. Five feet off the side of the building by thirty feet
in length is owned by the license holder which is adjacent to the public side
walk.

     Failure to make
recommendations on this matter shall be deemed lack of opposition thereto. Copy
of the application is available for review in the Selectmen’s office, Memorial
Hall, 32 Main St., Lee, MA 01238. The hearing will be held in
the Memorial Hall courtroom on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 7 p.m..

Local Licensing
Authority

Patricia D. Carlino,
Select Board Chair

5.17

#4609

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