The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

February 6, 2013

Agenda

Fayetteville Town Council

Town Hall, 125 North Court Street

Feb. 7, 6 p.m.

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. Visitor’s agenda

6. Presentations: Sally Pennington,

Fayetteville Rotary Town Clock Project

Old business

1. Discuss and consider the CVB request to

    have Market Day at Janutolo Park on the first

    Saturday of each month beginning in May

    and ending in October, with the yard sale

    permitting fees waived by the Town of

    Fayetteville — recorder

2. Discuss and consider the CVB funding

    request for $2,000 for the 2013-14 Chili

    Cook Off event — recorder

3. Discuss and consider the CVB funding

    request for $2,700 for the marketing of

    specific businesses located in the Town

    of Fayetteville — recorder

4. Discuss and consider superintendent’s

    request to donate 2012 Heritage Festival

    trophies to the Fayette County FFA alumni —

    recorder

5. Discuss and consider 2013 New River Gorge

   Heritage Festival — recorder

6. Discuss renewal of the West Virginia

    Experience Works Contract and approve

    Robin Workman — recorder

7. Discuss the proposed temporary use of the

    Allen Street property for a sales office for

    Cascade Properties, LLC — recorder

New business

1. Consider and approve Resolution 2013-1,

    a grant in the amount of $2,500 for Janutolo

     Park from the West Virginia Community

     Participation Program — recorder

2. Consider and approve change of Scope

    Resolution 2013-2, a grant in the amount of

    $4,000 for the Veterans Memorial Project

    from the West Virginia Community

    Participation Program — recorder

3. Discuss supporting local Boy Scouts to

    attend the National Boy Scout Jamboree —

    recorder

4. Discuss and remove the markers located on

    the Town of Fayetteville property located at

    the Fayette Town Center — recorder

5. Discuss request by Fayetteville Church of

    God to reopen Myles Street — recorder

6. Discuss and consider an additional police

   clerk for the Police Department — recorder

 

Reports from boards

-- Town Park Board

-- CVB report

-- Beautification Commission

-- Huse Park Commission

-- Planning Commission Board

-- School Building Committee

-- Police Department report

-- Fire Department report

-- Town Superintendent’s report

 

Adjourn

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