Fayetteville Town Council
Jan. 3, 2013, 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. Visitor’s agenda
1. Second reading Ordinance 2012-9 amending and adopting the ordinance relating to the Historical Review Board from 5 to 7 members — Recorder
2. Discuss and consider agreement with the Frontier Communications Company — Recorder
3. Discuss the Henry Street parking proposal — Recorder
4. Discuss and consider application by Charles and Sharon Morton Z-183-12-1 from Historic R-1 to Historic Planned Development — Recorder
5. Discuss and consider pay increase for position for assistant chief of police at $2 per hour from $15 per hour to $17 per hour — Recorder
1. Consider and approve superintendent’s request for the purchase of a new snow plow for the Street Department — Recorder
2. Consider superintendent’s request for $1 pay increase for payroll clerk Heather Naylor from $9 per hour to $10 per hour — Recorder
3. Consider and discuss the request from Mark Hurley to remove dirt from the town of Fayetteville-owned property located next to the Lowe’s store — Recorder
4. Mayor Akers’ recommendation to appoint Donald Beals and Catherine Saunders to the Planning and Zoning Board — Recorder
5. Discuss the West Virginia American Water Company’s water and sewer rate increase — Recorder
Reports from boards
Town Park Board
Huse Park Commission
Planning Commission Board
School Building Committee
Police Department report
Fire Department report
Town Superintendent’s report
City of Oak Hill
Structural Inspection Board
Jan. 9, 7:30 p.m.
1. John M. Zink Jr. property, located on the NW corner of School Street and Central Avenue. The building is situated on lots #17 and 18 in map book 2, at page 140.
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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.
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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
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