Public Hearing — A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, June 4, at Oak Hill High School at 6 p.m. for concerned citizens regarding the proposed renewal of permits for injection wells located in Lochgelly.
Special SCD Board — The Southern Conservation District Board will hold a special board meeting on May 16 at the SCD Building, 463 Ragland Road, Beckley, at 9 a.m. The agenda will be posted at the SCD office. For any questions concerning the above mentioned meeting, please call 304-253-0261.
Fayette County Board of Health — The Fayette County Board of Health will meet Thursday, May 23 at 4 p.m. at the Fayette County Health Department.
Caregiver Support Group — A Caregiver Support Group meeting and training entitled “Advanced Directives” will be held on Monday, May 20, at 12 noon at the Fayette Senior Center, 108 Lewis Street, Oak Hill. Medical Power of Attorney and a Living Will will be covered. Please bring names, addresses and phone numbers of people you would want to appoint. Forms and a notary will be available. Contact either Janet Zamiela or Bridgette Williams at 304-465-8484 if you have any questions.
Oak Hill Area Schools — As Fayette County Schools continue the process of improving school facilities, Superintendent Butcher has asked that meetings be held at each school to receive community input. On Monday, May 13, at 6 p.m., a community meeting will be held at Oak Hill High School auditorium, to discuss the facility needs of our school. The purpose of this meeting is to review the condition of our school facility and make recommendations to the superintendent concerning current needs and desired improvements.
Meadow Bridge Community School Bond Discussion — The Meadow Bridge community meeting to discuss the potential school bond will be held Monday, May 13 at 7 p.m. in the new gymnasium at Meadow Bridge High School.
MTA Board — The MTA board of directors will meet on Wednesday, May 15, at 5 p.m. at the MTA offices located at 1096 Broad Street, Summersville. The public is invited to attend.
Fayette County Commission — The Fayette County Commission will meet Friday, May 17 — regular meeting, 9 a.m.; and Friday, May 31 — regular meeting, 9 a.m., in the Fayette County Commission chambers of the Fayette County Courthouse. The meetings are open to the public.
Board of Education — The Fayette County Board of Education will meet as follows: regular meeting — Monday, May 20, BOE office, 6 p.m.; special meeting (school facilities) — Tuesday, June 4, Oak Hill High School, 6 p.m.; and regular meeting — Monday, June 17, BOE office, 6 p.m.
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Commissioners say Mega-Site would benefit entire region
With four counties in a seeming competition for what would be a major economic development coup, it might be safe to assume that county commissioners from all four would be ready to throw down the gauntlet to promote their turf.
No sale for sewer system
Oak Hill city council met in regular session Monday to talk ordinance adoption and smoking issues reported in Oak Hill City Park, which was an issue recently raised to Oak Hill City Manager Bill Hannabass.
New River Gorge Regional Development Authority looks to develop ‘mega-site’
Local leaders are looking for a large return on the region’s major assets — four-lane highways and the Raleigh County Memorial Airport — in the form of a 500-acre Mega-Site, which could attract a bumper crop of economic engines in technology, cognitive science, clean energy and manufacturing industries.
Lions’ annual style, variety show Friday
The Oak Hill Lions Club’s 71st annual Style and Variety Show is slated for 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 11 at the Oak Hill High School Auditorium. Admission is $2.
Fayette law enforcement deals with tax filing scam
According to a release from Sheriff Steve Kessler, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a scam involving the filing of false tax returns.
NRGRDA seeking to educate area residents on historic preservation
It’s said that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
Three Rivers responds to eagle’s latest needs
One local 8-year-old just can’t catch a break. First, she got hit by a train. After that, she got hit by a car.
Award recognizes endangered historic property
At last month’s Fayetteville town council meeting, James Akers, mayor and chairperson of the Old Fayetteville High School Committee, was presented the West Virginia Endangered Historic Properties Recognition Award by Town Superintendent Bill Lanham, who accepted the award on behalf of the Town of Fayetteville in February at the Governor’s Office.
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