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OCEAN CITY, MD.
Best selection of affordable rentals. Full/partial weeks. Open daily. Holiday Real Es- tate. For free brochure, call 800-638-2102. Online reservations,www.holidayoc.com (N)
Beautiful 55-plus manufactured home community. 4.4 miles to the beach, 2 miles to the riverfront district. Homes starting at $39,000. 772-581-0080. www.beach-cove.com
Catskill mountain farm. 30 acres, stunning views, springs, meadows, woods. Less than 3 hours from NYC. Below market. Terms! $89,900. 888-701-7509.www.NewYorkLandandLakes.com (N)
Southern Tier. 5 acres, great views, quiet country road, gorgeous hilltop setting! Guar- anteed buildable. 8 tracts available. Land owner sacriﬁce, under $19,900. Terms! Hurry! 888-905-8847. New- yorklandandlakes.com (N)
Eastern shore, water- front 1-plus acre lots. Custom homes. Community center pool, Bay/ocean access, great ﬁshing, crabbing, kay- aking. Was $325,000, now from $65,000. 757-824-0808.www.oldemillpointe.com
FARMS FOR RENT
4-stall horse barn on 3-plus acres, overlooking vineyards. Professional ring, water/electric, hay- loft, tack room. $1,450/month. 516-241-8135.
SPACE FOR RENT
1,500-sq.-ft.-plus barn. Clean, secure. Cement ﬂoor. Good for long-term car, boat or load trafﬁc commercial storage. For de- tails, call 631-831-3199. (S)
Begin here get FAA approved aviation mainte- nance technician training. Financial aid for qualiﬁed students. Housing available. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 866-296-7093. (N)
Drive-away across the USA even if you don’t own a car. 22 pickup locations. Call 866-764-1601 or www.qualitydriveaway.com (N)
Wanted for local com- pany. F/T, P/T, days/nights, paid dai- ly. Retirees welcome. Earn $500-plus a week. Ask for Bryan or Karen, 631-287-5200. (S)
P/T, 5- 10 hours/week. Must have gardening experience, ability to work indepen- dently/consistently. Weekly, on reg- ular basis. Reliability a must. Judith, 646-338-2152.
LIGHTING SHOWROOM SALESPERSON:
F/T, for inside/ outside sales. Experienced. South- ampton. Beneﬁts. Send resume to P.O. Box 837, Southold, NY 11971. (S)
Now hiring work- ers to prepare boats for launch. Cleaning, waxing, yard work. Co- ecles Harbor Marina, Shelter Island. Nancy, 631-749-0700,firstname.lastname@example.org
Must be re- liable, have driver’s license. 631-495-6826.
POSITION AVAILABLETOWN OF SOUTHOLD One full-time minibus driver:
for the Human Resource Center at the rate of $30,818.62 per year. Must be at least 18 years of age and possess a
commercial driver’s license.
Submit resume toElizabeth Neville, Town Clerk, Town Hall, P.O. Box 1179, 53095 Main Rd., Southold, NY
Deadline: April 18, 2014.EOE/AAERESTAURANT POSITIONS:
F/T, for high volume seasonal restaurant. Prep/line cooks, dish washers. Email email@example.com
Sum- mer 2014. Devon Yacht Club in Am- agansett seeks F/T sailing instructors for June through August 2014. Our sailing students range in age from 7-15 years old. Recreational and com- petitive lessons are taught on Opti- mists and C420s. Instructors must have current CPR and First Aid and must have or be able to obtain US Sailing small boat level 1 certiﬁca- tion. Experience preferred. Great pay plus additional income from lessons and big-boat crewing. Please email your resume to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Out- side sales calling on new and exist- ing builders, architects and land- scapers. Minimum 5 years’ sales ex- perience. Salary, commission and bonus. Send resume to: email@example.com (S)
SHELTER ISLAND UFSD AN- TICIPATED VACANCY:
Dean/ Director of Physical Education/Dean of Discipline/Attendance Ofﬁcer/Di- rector of Transportation responsibil- ities. 11-month position. July 1, 2014 start date. SDA/PE certiﬁcations. Send letter of interest/resume, refer- ences and a copy of certiﬁcation by
April 20, 2014,
to: Dr. Michael Hynes, Superintendent, Shelter Is- land UFSD, P.O. Box 2015, Shelter Island, NY 11964; fax: 631-749-1262 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Great opportunity for experienced sous chef to come work at Devon Yacht Club. If you are creative, hardworking and have a passion for food, this is the career for you. Must be proﬁcient in meat and ﬁsh fabrication. Excellent work en- vironment; job involves developing high-end dishes from local produce and seafood, overseeing and training staff, running an efﬁcient kitchen, showing your talent. Two years’ ex- perience desired. Excellent salary and bonus. The club is looking to es- tablish a long-term relationship with the right person. Please contact us at email@example.com
AFFORDABLE PROFESSION- AL:
We are what you’re looking for! Honest, reliable, 10 years’ experi- ence. Excellent references. Always on time! Joanna and Alicia. 917-204-2243. (S)
Moving sale! Entire contents of designer’s large water- front estate. Oriental rugs, art, furni- ture, linens. Everything must go be- fore 4/14! See the Facebook page for White Flower Farmhouse for photos/ prices. Parking very limited, by ap- pointment only! For appointment email
Buy or sell. Contents of homes, businesses, ve- hicles and real estate. Lights, camera, auction. No longer the best kept se- cret. Bid now!www.AARauctions.com (N)
RARE BOOK SPECIALIST:
Out-of-print and new book searches/ sales. Available also for proofread- ing. Janet, 631-749-4155.
WANTED TO BUY
Auto memorabilia, militaria, toys, tools, ﬁshing, hunting, knives. Al- most anything! Instant cash payment. 631-749-8852.
WANTED FOR MY COLLEC- TION:
Old guns, pistols, powder horns, swords or cannon barrels, In- dian arrowheads, too. Richard Hen- drickson, Lumber Lane, Bridge- hampton, NY. 631-537-0893.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERA- TOR CAREER:
High demand for certiﬁed bulldozer, backhoe/trackhoe operators. Hands on training provid- ed. Fantastic earning potential! Vet- erans with beneﬁts welcome. 866-362-6497. (N)
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