The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

December 3, 2012

Fayetteville Town Council

Agenda — Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.

Town Hall, 125 North 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: Calentha Quesenberry, Planning and Zoning

6. Presentations: Town Superintendent, W.D. Smith Region IV Representative on the status of the new Fayette/Raleigh MPO

7. Visitor’s agenda: Adam Stephens — development of Dickerson Property; Gene Ellison — citizens’ petition to abate a public nuisance

Old business

1. Second reading Ordinance 2012-8 amending and adopting the ordinance relating to the Planning and Zoning Board from 5 to 7 members — Recorder

2. Executive session — Legal advice for 121 Harvey Street property HR-04-12-07

3. Discuss and revisit CVB request for the Town of Fayetteville to make utility payments — Recorder

4. Consider approving Susan Alton for full-time police clerk for the Fayetteville Police Department at a rate of pay of $10.25 per hour — Mayor

5. Discuss and review traffic study for the Second Avenue Bridge — Recorder

6. Discuss Keller Avenue stone walls — Recorder

7. Executive session — Legal advice for zoning application Z-183-12-1

8. Discuss and consider application by Charles and Sharon Morton Z-183-12-1 from Historic R-1 to Historic Planned Development — Recorder

New business

 1. Consider and approve 2013 Legal Holidays in accordance with Chapter 2, Section 1 of the State of West Virginia Code — Recorder

2. Approve pay settlement for Town of Fayetteville employees — Recorder

3. First reading Ordinance 2012-9 amending and adopting an ordinance relating to the Historical Review Board members from 5 to 7 members — Recorder

4. Discuss drafting an ordinance for advertising the $35 for fees for Historical Review Applications — Recorder

5. Consider superintendent’s request to hire David Pack at a rate of pay of $10 per hour — Recorder

6. General Fund Revision #3 for Fund #1 — Treasurer

7. Executive session — Legal advice for Art Street

8. Review and consider petition request by Thomas McKinney to close a road called Art Street — 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



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