The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

February 5, 2014

Fayetteville Town Council agenda announced

The agenda follows for the town council meeting Feb. 6 at 6 p.m. at 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: None

6. Visitor’s agenda

Old business

1. Discuss and consider authorization to proceed Work Order #3 Master Service agreement with Pentree Engineering Incorporated relating to MS4 storm water plan for the Town of Fayetteville — Recorder

2. Update on Second Avenue bridge project — Recorder

3. Approve order calling for a special election — Recorder

4. Notice of special election for continuation of additional municipal levy to the voters of the Town of Fayetteville — Recorder

5. Executive session for legal advice — Town Attorney

New business

1. Approve Resolution 2014-1; A community participation program grant in the amount of $5,000 to repair the roof of the historic Fayetteville High School building — Recorder

2. Approve Resolution 2014-2; A community participation program grant in the amount of $5,000 for the Fayetteville Art’s Coalition “Art in Sight” initiative — Recorder

3. Approve Resolution 2014-3; A community participation program grant in the amount of $3,000 for the Bridge Day Chili Cook Off, sponsored by the Fayetteville Convention Center — Recorder

4. Approve Resolution 2014-4; A Change of Scope community participation program grant in the amount of $7,000 for the purchase of Christmas decorations for the Town of Fayetteville — Recorder

5. Approve Resolution 2014-5; A Change of Scope community participation program grant in the amount of $4,000 for the construction of a new section of sidewalk along Maple Avenue — Recorder

6. First reading Ordinance 2014-1; An ordinance to amend and adopt Section 1725-05 fees — Recorder

7. Fayetteville CVB annual report by Director Sally Kiner

8. Discuss and approve $1,030 for the purchase of a power hoist garage door for the recycling center — Recorder

Reports 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

-- Fire Department

-- Town Superintendent


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