Nov. 7, 6 p.m.
125 N. Court Street
1. Call to order
2. Read minutes from previous meeting
3. Correct or approve minutes as read
4. Review and approval of financial report
5. Appointments: David Laudig to Town Park Board
6. Presentations: Bill Lanham, town superintendent
7. Visitors’ agenda: Carl and Dana Slater to discuss having property at 226 Tourison removed (“un-annexed”) from Town of Fayetteville
1. Refer Dilapidated Building Nuisance Warning Notice of Violation of the property located at 111 Rotan Street, 209 Washington Street and 301 King Avenue to the Planning and Zoning Commission (recorder)
2. Budget revision #3 for Fund #1 (treasurer)
3. Discuss and consider authorization to proceed with Work Order #002 Master Service agreement with Pentree, Inc. Project #505-030-2442 (recorder)
1. Refer request by Chandra and William LaCost, Use Permit Application Z-189-13-3 for 120 Fayette Avenue to the Committee of Planning and Zoning for consideration (recorder)
2. Discuss and consider request by Allen Kowalsky and Waveline Kowalsky to abandon a section of Garage Lane off Wood Road (recorder)
3. Discuss and consider the Fayetteville Arts Coalition’s request to approve their floor plan agreement with the Secret Sandwich Society (recorder)
Reports from boards
-- Town Park Board
-- CVB Board
-- Beautification Commission
-- Huse Park Commission
-- Planning Commission Board
-- Board of Appeals
-- School Building Committee
-- Water and Sanitary Board
-- Police Department
-- Fire Department
-- Town Superintendent
-- Executive session to discuss personnel issue
Nov. 7, 6 p.m.
- Local News
- Mount Hope fun
HFT announces its 2014 season
The year 2014 brings exciting new opportunities to the Historic Fayette Theater. Once again, Main Stage shows will form the core of the presentations, while special programming comprises the Second Season. These shows are designated as Second Season because they are often pre-cast and offer HFT regulars new opportunities.
Help offered for ACA enrollment
March 31 is the final deadline to apply for private health insurance coverage through the Individual Marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act.
Going to the fair
Several area students participated in last Saturday’s Fayette County Social Studies Fair at Oak Hill High School.
Local food producers highlighted
The West Virginia Food and Farm Coalition will host an exhibition of local food producers in the Beckley/southern West Virginia area March 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Dream Center.
Symphony, chorus spring season begins March 3
The spring season of the New River Youth Symphony & Chorus opens on Monday, March 3 at Oak Hill High School and musicians and singers are welcome to join.
Two notable Fayette County singers presented the national anthem prior to the Division 1 championship game at
the West Virginia Hometown Invitational Tournament at Midland Trail High School over the weekend.
New River Health issues enrollment challenge to schools
A group of Fayette County schools has been issued a challenge. It’s not just any ol’ school yard dare, though.
Meadow Bridge man arrested for allegedly firing gun
A Meadow Bridge man was taken to Southern Regional Jail after allegedly firing a gun outside and pointing the gun at his wife following an argument with his stepdaughter Sunday night.
Two arrested for drugs
Two men were arrested in Fayette County as part of an ongoing drug investigation, a press release from the county sheriff’s office said.
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