The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

July 28, 2013

Fayetteville Town Council agenda


Fayetteville Town Council

Town Hall, 125 North Court Street

Aug. 1 at 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. Presentation: Town superintendent

6. Visitor’s agenda

Old business

1. Discuss and approve contract for superintendent to sign a Historic Preservation Grant in the amount of $25,000 for a replacement roof for the old Fayetteville High School building — Superintendent

2. Discuss and approve covenant to be signed by superintendent for the old Fayetteville High School building — Superintendent

3. Discuss and consider Worker’s Compensation Insurance proposal — Recorder

4. Approve intergovernmental agreement between Town of Fayetteville and Fayette County concerning the Floodplain Ordinance Management Program — Recorder

5. Approve for superintendent to sign contract for the purchase of 40 tons of salt for the Street Department — Superintendent

6. Discuss the Second Avenue Bridge — Hank Seay

7. Discuss dilapidated buildings that are located in the Town of Fayetteville — Dennis Hanson

New business

1. Discuss the Whitehorse Bed and Breakfast property — Dennis Hanson

2. CVB Director Sally Kiner request to be the scheduling agent for the gazebo at Janutolo Park — Recorder

3. CVB Director Sally Kiner would like to request additional funding for the Bridge Day Chili Cook-off for additional marketing, advertising and promotional funding — Recorder

4. Discuss and consider police chief’s request to hire one new police officer — Recorder

Report from boards

- Town Park Board

- CVB report

- Beautification Commission

- Huse Park Commission

- Planning Commission Board

- Board of Appeals

- School Building Committee

- Water and Sanitary Board

- Police Department report

- Fire Department report

- Town superintendent’s report


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