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Brubaker, Jr. (540) 663-0086 2705020341A (540) 903-0880 Cell P.O. Box 1492 Dahlgren, Virginia 22448  Builders of ationwide Custom Homes.  .................. Call 540-663-0086 for details. Turn key or owner completion. VA Class A " Licensed Contractor Rates as low as prime minus 1%* Intro00uc}or,9 rate of)5.,,0% AF'R* No AppI,cat,on Pee and No Annual Pee NSWC Federal Credit Union 3-2181 0-373-5127 I   .... www,rlswcfcu.org . Home Improvements Vacations . Holida 9 Gift Giving we' re ..e, ot 9ou coverec[ we do for U 1 '  EQUAL HOJSNG LEttER *Contact the Credit Union for rate information. APR is Annual Percentage Rate. Introductory rate good for the first Six months on new loans. Your rate will be d@rmined by credit history. NSWC Federal Credit Union will pay closing costs up to $t,000.00, subject to restrictions. Contact your tax consultant to determine if interest is tax deductible. Equal Housing Lender. KING GEORGE LAND TRANSFERS FEBRUARY, 2009 Richard Barry Wilhelm & Janice W. Cooper to Karen P. Thomas Lot 3, 3 'd Sub., Fairview Beach $120,000.00 J & J Land Development, LLC to Gary Steven Beall, III Lot 3, 4.347 acres $55,000.00 Samuel White, P.C.; Sub. Tr. & Sandra G. & Willie Williams to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co.; Tr. for First Franklin Mortgage Loan Trust 2005 FF4, Lot 65, Potomac Landing Subdivision $267,800.00 Hazel Homes, LLC to Marvin Dilworth Lot 123, Section 3, Howard Farm $105,000.00 Jeffrey DeBord to Heath Bowman 9.7180 acres, Potomac District $242,500.00 Eric Omar King to CMH Homes, Ine.2.331 acres, Shiloh District $65,000.00 flamuel I. White; Sub: Tr. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. & Crystal S. & Ray J. Ramos to HSBC Bank, USA NationalAssoc.; Tr. - Lot 337, Section 14, Presidential Lakes $144,300.00 Recontrust Co. & Samuel I. White, P.C.; Sub. Tr.& Carmen & Stephen Bray to Mortgage Electronic Registrations Systems Inc. 3.8319, Lot 3 $445,358.00 Wayne C. Boggs, et al to Brenda P. Boggs Lot 89, Fairview Beach $50,000.00 Hazel Homes, LLC to Ira C. & June K. Sparrow Lot 328, Section 3, Hopyard Farm $359,037.00 First Properties, LLC to Gray Construction, Inc. Several Lots, Presidential Lakes $117,667.98 Martin B. Montague to Martin B. & Henry Alexander Montague Lot 4, Peppermill Run, 10.014 acres $96,000.00 Weston Homes, Inc. to Karena Swisher & Jason Flabe Lot 3, Forest Creek Subdivision $385,000.00 Bank of New York, Tr. to Richard & Terri Headley 3.2133 acres, Shiloh District $244,000.00 Mary Ellen Swanson to 13arrell D. & Sherry L. Nelson 2.'65 acres, Parcel A, Rappahannock District $160,000.00 Spotswood Construction Loans, L.C. to Mary McClain 1 acre, Potomac District $349,999.99 9700, LLC to Angelo I. & Cheryl Ann Farter Lot 10, Scenic Ridge, Potomac District " $325,000.00 First Horizon Home Loans to Ashleigh S- Hodsden Lot 120, Section 10, Oakland Park $206,097.00 Keith H. & Anna M. Hanssen to Hanssen Properties, Inc: Loi 32, Section ll, Presidential Lakes $295,800.00 Hardy Homes & Properties, Inc. to Elliott & Associates Builders-Developers, Inc. - Lot 33, Section 12, Presidential Lakes, Lots 52, 245 & 246, Section 14, Presidential Lakes $226,968. 1 pring showers certainly may bring flowers, but they can also bring sonaething very valuable for man homeowners -- an eas and inexpensive wa Y Y to ofet your water bills and your eco footprint while keeping your landscape green. harvests rainwater that flows off of your roof and through your home's downspouts. The amount of water that can be collected is astounding. A 1000 square foot roof feeding a downspout can produce up to 600 gallons of collected rainwater from a one-inch rainfall. That's enough water to fill an average hot tub. Harvesting rainwater s a viable option if you're looking to save money and reduce your eco-footprint. Collected water can be used to water plants and lawns, which is a boon if you're a gardening enthusiast who often has to contend with no-water drought restrictions and the fear of a shriveled, brown landscape. In addition, collected rainwater is naturally low in sodium and chlorine, making it a healthier option for plants. Rainwater can also be used to wash your car or take care of minor clean'up tasks outside of the home, The money saved by using rainwater in lieu of municipal water for some applications can quickly : Jd up. Who wouldn't want to find a reduced water bil[in the ,. tail, especially during these trying economic times? Many people are interested in harvesting rainwater but think a collection barrel could be an unattractive option in their yard. Others worry about overflow and potential water damage to their home. Fiskars has developed a series of rainwater harvest- ing systems that offer peace of mind and aesthetic appeal for the landscape. These smart rain barrels b design feature a distinctive decorative design with a worry- free downspout connector. The downspout connector kit allows rainwater to flow from the downspout into the barrel Once the rain barrel is full the water is diverted automati- cally back down the away from the home's tion as it is meant to -- no risk of overflow. The attractively designed rain barrels rest flush up against your home in neutral colors that blend seamlessly with the landscape and most home exte, riots. A handy threaded spigot located on the front of the barrels is at the perfect height to easily fill a standard water- Harvested rainwater collects in an attractive Tuscany model bar- ing can or connect a garden or rel. Fill up a watering can to water plants in your garden. ' soaker hose. Just a small investment of time and money is needed to add a rainwater harvesting system to your landscape. The rewardis a reduction in your eco-footprint, healthier plants, anda savings on your utility bill over time. , For more information on Fiskars Rainwater Harvesting Systems, vi.sit www.rain-barrel. com.