The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

March 6, 2013

Fayetteville Town Council

Agenda

6 p.m., March 7, Town Hall, 125 N. 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. Presentation: Dan Akers, president of

    Appalachian Heating and Cooling

6. Visitor’s agenda: Tristan Cleveland, update on Fayette County projects; Levi Rose, New River bicycle trail, Fayetteville Bike Park; Jessica Logan, Fayette County Green Advisory Team

Old business

-- Budget Revision Fund #1, Revision #4 (treasurer)

-- Set Thursday, March 14, at 10 a.m. through noon for the 2014 Budget Workshop Meeting (recorder)

-- Set Thursday, March 14, at noon for a special council meeting to discuss the 2014 Budget for the Town of Fayetteville (recorder)

-- Set Thursday, March 21, at 10 a.m. for a special council meeting to approve the 2014 Budget for the Town of Fayetteville (recorder)

-- Set Tuesday, April 16, at 10 a.m. to lay the levy (recorder)

-- Consider and approve the Fayetteville Lions Club to take over the annual New River Gorge Heritage Festival event and the transfer of funds to the Fayetteville Lions Club (recorder)

-- Executive session regarding a Police Departmen personnel issue (recorder)

New business             

-- Consider and discuss special events license to permit a beer garden tent at the New River Festival June 6 through June 8 at 851 Fayette Station Road known as American Canadian Expeditions DBA New River Festival (recorder)

-- Discuss and accept resignation letter from Allen Ballard as the Town of Fayetteville’s building inspector (recorder)

-- Discuss and consider if the town council would like the town superintendent and the town attorney to draft an agreement between the Town of Fayetteville and the Fayette County Commission for use of its code official and building inspectors (recorder)

-- Consider and approve superintendent’s request to advertise for bids for a credit card processing system for the Town of Fayetteville fees, fines and debts owed to the Town of Fayetteville (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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