Public Meetings

White Sulphur Springs Finance Committee

will meet Monday, June 13 at 6 p.m. On the agenda:

• Finance Statement

• Bills to be paid

• Items to be discussed – budget(s) revisions

White Sulphur Springs City Council

will meet Monday, June 13 at 7 p.m. On the agenda:

• Approval of Minutes – May 9, 2016

• Financial Statements

• Citizens’ comments (Each citizen will be given 2 minutes)

• Standing Committee Reports

– Sanitary & Water Boards

a. Wastewater Operator

b. Water Operator

– Planning & Zoning

– Parks & Recreation

– Recycle & Beautification

– Emergency Services

– Streets

– Convention & Visitors Bureau

• Officer Report

– Police Chief

– Fire Chief

– Maintenance Supervisor

• Special Reports

– Tri-Cities Power Authority

– Main Street/Revitalization Committee

• Resolutions/Proclamations

– Proclamation – “Elder Abuse Awareness Day” Wednesday,

June 15, 2016

• Ordinances/Policies

• Unfinished Business

– Memorial Park Pool Committee Update

• New Business

– Councilperson Mark Gillespie – City Museum

– Budget Revisions

– VVA Veterans Monument

– Renewal Agreement – CPA

– Renewal Agreement – Grant Writer

– City Insurance Renewal – Commercial Insurance – July

2016/July 2017

• Miscellaneous Remarks

Lewisburg Public Safety Committee

will meet Monday, June 13, at 8 a.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chambers in Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street West, Lewisburg. On the agenda:

• Fire Department rules and regulations amendment

• Fire Station location

• Greenbrier Road/Lee Street intersection safety improvements

• Using Home Rule process to take on additional responsibility of

State ABC Commission

• Approval of Minutes – April 7, 2016

Lewisburg Historic Landmarks Commission

will meet Monday, June 13, at 5 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Chamber in Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street West, Lewisburg. On the agenda:

• Approval of Minutes – May 9, 2016

• Public Hearing: John Oliver Irons, 105 Greenbrier Ave. – painting,

gutters, exterior alterations.

• Public Hearing: Eric Hall, 200 Lafayette St. – exterior repairs, ex-

terior alterations

• Public Hearing: Colin Rose, 399 Randolph St. East – site improve-

ments

• Public Hearing: Alvin Potterfiled, 424 Church St. – re-roofing

• Public Hearing: Josh Adamo, 412 East Washington St. – painting,

exterior repairs, exterior alterations

• Public Hearing: Dylan Boone, 336 Echols Lane – new building,

fence

• Public Hearing: William Johnson, 219 Echols Lane – new building,

moving building, demolition

• Public Hearing: John and Tara Wooton, 227 Chestnut St. – painting,

new building

• Public Hearing: Jane Olson, 205 Lee St. North – exterior alterations

• Public Hearing: Old Stone Presbyterian Church, 644 Church St. –

demolition

• Public Hearing: St. James Episcopal Church, 1168 Church St. –

exterior alterations

• Public Hearing: Colin Rose, 196 Lee St. North – painting, exterior

repairs, re-roofing/gutters

• Public Hearing: Colin Rose, 393 Randolph St. East – exterior altera-

tions, re-roofing

• Public Hearing: Sandy Carter, 102 North Court St. – signage

• Public Hearing: Ronda Floyd, 579 Court St. South – exterior repairs

• Public Hearing: Aaron Huffman, 205 South Lafayette St. – re-roofing

• Public Hearing: Damian C. Huff, 455 East Randolph St. – painting,

new building, demolition

• Zoning Officer Chuck Smith updates

– Dr. Martin, Chestnut St. – roofing

– Mark Liebendorfer, Church St. – painting

• Communication from members

– Next meeting July 11 with deadline of June 24

Lewisburg Finance Committee

will meet Tuesday, June 14, at 7 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chamber at Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street, West. The following topics arc scheduled for discussion:

• Approval of Minutes – May 10, 2016

• Wildlife Control Specialties contract renewal

• Michael Mills contract renewal

• Doug Hylton contract renewal

• Review of proposed contract with Tim Stranko related to City

Charter changes

• Shuck Memorial Baptist Church parking lot improvements

• Proposed catastrophic leave policy

• Amending the City’s Home Rule Application – Brunch Bill

• Report from the Storm water Committee

• Fire Test Pit Bid Approval

• South Court Street Sidewalk Bid Approval

• Authorization to purchase Lynch Property for water system

improvements

• Guidelines for Arts & Humanities Grant Program

• Communication from members

Lewisburg Public Works Commission

will meet Tuesday, June 14, at 5 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chamber in Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street West. The following topics are scheduled for discussion:

• Approval of Minutes – May 10, 2016

• Downtown Snow Removal Policy

• Radio Read Meter Project status report

• Number of service line change outs

• Unaccounted for Water report

• Public Works Project reports

• Communication from members

Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corp.

will meet Thursday, June 16, at 3 p.m. in the GVEDC Offices at the Rahall Building in Maxwelton. On the agenda:

• Reading of Minutes

• Treasurer’s Report

• Interim Director’s Report

• Old Business

– Committee Reports

a. Executive Committee

b. Search Committee

c. Property Management Committee

d. Budget/Loan Committee

-Greenbrier Dairy

• New Business

– Resolution – 2016 LED grant that authorizes Tom Cross to act

on GVEDC’s behalf to enter into contractual agreement with

WVDO to receive and administer grant funds for FY 2016

LED Grant Program.

– Executive Session

– Executive Director recommendation – Vote

• NEXT MEETING:

– GVEDC boardroom on July 21, 2016 at 3 p.m.

Contact the GVEDC office at 304-497-4300 if you plan to address the board or want to be on a future agenda.

Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corp.

Board of Directors Annual Meeting

will meet Thursday, June 16, at 3 p.m. in the GVEDC Offices at the Rahall Building in Maxwelton. On the agenda:

• Reading of Minutes

• Treasurer’s Report

– Approve 2016-2017 Budget

• Nomination and Election of Board Members; Term Ending 2018

Mountain Transit Authority Board of Directors

will meet Wednesday, June 22. The meeting will begin with a special session at 4 p.m. for employee reviews and the regular meeting will begin at 5 p.m. at the MTA garage/office facility located on Broad Street in Summersville. The public is invited to attend.

 

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