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6 - Hinton News Tues. Feb. 19, 2019 LEGAL NOTICE In The Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virginian In RE: Petition of Brianna Diane Smith for change of Name to Srianna Diane Wilde Civil Action No 19-P-2 Notice of Change of Name Notice is hereby served in accordance with Chapter 48,Article 5, Section 1 of the Cede of West Virginia of the intention of Brianna Diane Smith to change her name from Brlanna Diane Smith to Brianna Diane Wilde. The Petitioner will appear in person before the Judge of the Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virginia in accordance with the petition, on the nth Day of March,2019 at 1:00 p.m. or as soon theraRer as the same may be heard in support of the petition for change of name and anyone having any objection to any such change of name as set forth in this notice may appear on said date and make proper objections thereto. The date of hearing may be reseheduled without further notice or publication Entered by the Clerk of said Court February 7, 2019 Stacy D. Ford Clerk of Court Feb. 19, 26 LEGAL NOTICE State of West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Division of Water and Waste Management PUBLIC NOTICE West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection's, Public Information Office, 601 57th Street, Charleston SE, West Virginia 25304-2345 Telephone: (304) 926-0440. Application for a West Virginia National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Water Pollution Control Permit Public Notice No.: L-9-19 The following has applied for a WV NPDES Water Pollution Control Permit for this facility or activity: Appl. No.: WV0024732 Applicant: Hinten City Of Sanitary Board 322 Summers St Hinton, WV 25951 Location: Hinten, Summers County Latitude. 37:42:05; Longitude: 80:53:17 Receiving Stream: NEW RIVER Activity: To operate and maintain an existing combined wastewnter collection system and an existing 0.625 million gallons per day wastewator treatment plant. These facilities are to serve a population of appreximatoly 6,250 persons in the City of Hinten and surrounding environs including the community of Brooks and the community of Barkedale, and discharge treated wastewater through Outlet No. 001 to the New River, approximately 59.7 miles from its mouth, of the Kanawha River An anti degradation review has been conducted, Tier I protection is provided for the uses ;peeifled in Title 47, Series 2, Section 6 for Outlet No. 901 Also, to operate and maintain disposal systems, best management practices, and the nine (9) minimum controls for the direct discharge of sanitary wastewater and storm water from Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Outlet Nes. C004, C006, C007,'and C009 to the New River. Tier I protection shall be afforded for the uses specified in Title 47, Series 2 for Outlet Numbers C004, C006, C007, and C009 through implementation of the facility's Long-term Control Plan. To accept nondamestic wastewater from R. T. Rogers Oil for subsequent treatment and disp~al. To incorporate the requirements relative to Title 33, Series 2 of the West Virginia Legislative Rules for the processing and disposal of sewage sludge generated by the wastewater treatment plant Sewage sludge generated and/or processed at the permittee's facility shall be disposed of at a sanitary landfill by placing the sewage sludge in the landfill cell. Business conducted: Municipality Implementation: Compliance with the combined sewer overflew requirements shall be attained through Administrative Order No. 6567 and any amendments, thereto. On the basis of review of the application, the =Water Pollution Control Act (Chapter 22, Article 11- 8(a))," and the %Vest Virginia Legislative Rules," the State of West Virginia will act on the above application Any interested person may submit written comments on the draR permit and may request a public hearing by addressing such to the Director of the Division of Water and Waste Management "within 30 days of the date of the public notice. Such comments or requests should be addressed to: Director, Division of Water and Waste Management, DEP ATTN: Leri Deverenx, Permitting'Section 601 57th Street SE Charleston, WV 25304.2345 The public comment period begins February 19, 2019 and ends March 21 - 2019. Comments received within this period will be considered prior to acting on the permit application. Correspondence should include the name, address and the telephone number of the writer and a concise statement of the nature of the issues raised. The Director shall hold a public hearing whenever a finding is made, on the basis of requests, that there is a significant degree of public interest on issues relevant to the DraR Permit(s). Interested persons may contact the nublic information office to obtain further information. The application, draR permit and any requited fact sheet may be inspected, by appointment, at the Division of Water and Waste Management Public Information Office, at 601 57th Street SE, Charleston, WV 25304-2345, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. On business days. HN Feb. 19 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION In The Family Court of Summers County, West Virginia In the Matter olD. B and J.W. A Minor Child/Children Civil Action No. 16-Fig-8 Notice of Petition And Hearing Please take notice that on February 8, 2019, a Petition For Appointment Of Guardian was filed relating to the above named minor(s) by Stacy Ward. Please take further notice thata hearing on this Petition is scheduled for 9:30am February 14, 2019 At Family Court, 123 Temple Street, Hinten WV, 25951 before the Honorable Eric B. Shuck, Family Court Judge, at which time and place you may appear and make an objection known or otherwise protect your interest. Entered On February 8, 2019 Stacy D.Ferd Clerk of Court Feb. 19 BEEKKEEPERS The Appalachian Beekeeping Collective (ABC) is a group of beekdepers, scientists, and educators committed to training West Virginians in beekeeping, breeding a mite-resistant strain of bee that is successful in our region, and developing improved natural beekeeping best practices. ABC mentors new beekeepers in the art, science and opportunities of sustainable beekeeping For more information, visit ABC's website (http://appheadwaters.org/ beekeeping/) or Facebook page (@appalbeecollective). COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Commission will meet at 9:00 a. m. in the County Commission Office at the Courthouse on the second Wednesday of each month. The Session for March will be Wednesday, March 13. Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk before March 13 13 at 466-7104 if you have any questions or if you have items for the agenda. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE Circuit Court Of Summers County, West Virginia Kristin Cook, ~ting Attorney Of Summers County, West Virginia, Ex. Rel. Summers County Sheriff's Department, Petitioner, v. Roy Elton Robert, and One Thousand Five Hundred Twenty Four Dollars And Zero Cents ($1,524.00), Iu US Currency, Respondent. Civil Action No.:Ig-P-04 Notice Of Filing Of Petition For Forfeiture The object of this suit is to seek an Order forfeiting the herein described property pursuant to the West Virginia Contraband Forfeiture Act (Chapter 60A, Article 7 of the West Virginia Code' as amended). TO: Any Claimant ef the right or inter~t in said property. Yon have the right to file a claim on the herein described property on or before March 1 1, 2019. Any such claim must clearly state the identity of the Claimant and an address where legal process can be served upon said Claimant. The property seized and subject of this suit is described as follows: One Thousand Five Hundred Twenty Four Dollars ($1,524.00) In U.S. Currency, The Law Enforcement Agency responsible for the seizure is the Summers County, West Virginia. The seizure took place on or about November 25, 2018, in Summers Connty, West Virginia. That the One Thousand Five Hundred Twenty Four Dollars ($1,524.00) IN U.S. Currency, is located at the office of the Summers County Sheriff's Department, in Hinton, West Virginia. That aRer the date set for filing-said claims, an Order of the Court directing forfeiture of the seized property to the State and vesting ownership of said property shall be sought. If you fail to file a claim, thersaRer an Order, upon proper hearing, may be entered against you for the relief demanded for in the Petition. A copy of said Petition can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of this Court on the day of February, 2019. Stacy D. Ford Circuit Clerk Of Summers County West Virginia HN Feb. 19, 26 Meadow Creek Public Service District Public Notification Notice of Intent to File Application Meadow Creek Public Service District intends to file applications for federal and state assistance. The purpose of this notice is to inform the public of the proposed water project, which consists of providing water service to approximately 237 new customers in the communities of Sandstone and Meadow Creek, West Virginia. Construction will consist of approximately 77,539 linear feet of 8-inch waterline, 620 linear feet of 6-inch waterline, 2,615 linear feet of 2-inch waterline, one pump station, a 130,000-gallon water storage tank, fire hydrants, valves, and related appurtenances. This notice is also to inform the public of public meetings to be held at the Green Sulphur Fire Department on March 18, 2019 at 6:30 PM and at the Meadow Creek Baptist Church on March 25, 2019 at 6:30 PM. The purpose of these meetings is to provide at, opportunity for the public to become acquainted with the proposed project and to comment on economic and environmental impacts, service area, or alternatives to the project. For further information regarding the proposed project, please contact the project administrator at Region I Planning & Development Council (304) 431-7225 located at 1439 East Main Street Suite 5, Princeton, WV 24740 or the project engineer at Stafford Consultants, Inc. (304) 425-9555 located at 1105 Mercer Street, Princeton, WV 24740. Free Interesting Computer Classes Available Computer Classes offered once a EARLY CHURCH SERVICES week Learn how to type without Miller Memorial United hunting and pecking, learn better Methodist Church is pleased tosafety standards for being online, announce new hours for Early and get certified through our Sunday Services Computer Essentials and IC3 Sunday School 8:30 a.m. programs! Worship Service 9:30 a.m. and Inquire at the front desk or the Wednesday Bible Study 1:00 p.m. third floor of the library for more Everyone is invited to attend,information! 304-466-4490. Capito Delivers Resources for National, West Virginia Priorities in Government Funding Bill Secures important down payment for border security, will support national emergency declaration Senator Shelley Moore Capito ~r'-~"'$16 million for Rural and Information Administration (R-W.Va.), a leader on the Senate Development Distance Learning (NTIA), including up to $7.5 million Appropriations Committee, today & Telemedicine Grants to help to continue updating the national voted to pass legislation that rural communities combat thebroadband availability map. includes seven government funding opioid crisis. Grants can be used FINANCIAL SERVICES AND measures, completing the FY2019 to purchase equipment such asGENERAL GOVERNMENT, 2019 appropriations process. Among the transmissionfacilities,audio $250 million to increase measures in the legislation is one equipment, interactivevideo economic opportunity and support authored by Senator Capito to fund equipment, andcomputerhardware, investment in underserved the U.S. Department of Homeland as well as technical assistance for communities through the Security. After Senate passageusing eligibleequipment. Community DevelopmentFinancial of the bill by a vote of 83 to 16, $550 million for a ruralInstitutions (CDFI) Fund. The Senator Capito issued the following broadband pilot grant/loan program bill places emphasis on serving statement: targeted to areas that currently persistent poverty counties and '~rhis bipartisan government lack access to broadband service! supports the enhancement of funding measure demonstrates we Provisions are included in the bill CDFI presence and activities in can work together to get thingsto preventoverbuildingorduplicate underserved rural communities. In the Office of National Drug done on behalf of the American existing broadband infrastructure, Control Policy, $280 million is people. As one ofthe few Republican which has been a concern for the included for the High Intensity senators who negotiated the cable and telecommunicationsDrug Trafficking Areas program, agreement, I can say that while we industries, and $100 million is provided for the may have compromised on some COMMERCE, JUSTICE, policies, we never compromised SCIENCE, AND RELATED on our principles. After many AGENCIES, 2019 months of negotiations, meetings, Includes $468 million to combat and consultations, we came to an the opioid epidemic. agreement that makes tremendous The Executive office of strides in strengthening our Immigration Review (EOIR) is borders through physical barriers, funded at $563.4 million, an increase increased technology, and enhanced of $59 million over FY2018. This personnel--all to provide for the funding enables the Department to safety and security of our country hire additional immigration judge and address national priories like teams and upgrade to an electronic fighting the opioid epidemic. Our case management system, which agreement makes a significant will help reduce the Immigration down payment on the president's Court backlog, a top priority in the ultimate border security goal, and Administration's efforts to address to help further achieve that goal, the crisis at the border. I plan to support his national The agreement provides emergency declaration, increased support for state and "In addition to border security local law enforcement agencies, funding, this legislation also victims of crime--including child includes resources for West abuse and human trafficking--and Virginia priorities that I have long the fight against opioids. Highlights advocated. It highlights efforts to include: improve broadband, encourage Byrne JAG Grant Program: economic development in rural $423.5 million, an increase of $4.5 communities, advance scientific million above FY2018. and educational resources, and COPS Hiring Grant Programs: Drug-Free Communities programs within the Office of National Drug Control Policy. INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES, 2019 $3.22 billion for the National Park Service, $20.4 million above the FY2018 level. $6.087 billion for the U.S. Forest Service, $152 million above the FY2018 level, including funding increases for programs to reduce the risk of wildfires, particularly in the wildland-urban interface. Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) programs receive $435 million. STATE, FOREIGN OPERATIONS, AND RELATED PROGRAMS, 2019 $3.3 billion for assistance for Israel under Foreign Military Financing Program, equal to the current Memorandum of Understanding level and the President's request. TRANSPORTATION, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES, 2019 The bill once again provides a $10 billion increase over FY2017 levels for infrastructure programs. This includes an increase of $400 million over FY2017 for BUILD, grants; an increase of $500 million for airports; an increase of $5.3 billion for highways; an increase of $1 billion for transit; an increase of $1 billion for rail; an increase of $609 million for maritime; an increase of $605 million for community development; and an increase of $1.1 billion for assisted housing. The ' Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary is provided $1.2 billion, of which $900 million is for BUILD grants. help law enforcement as they work to prevent crime and stop the flow of illegal drugs. These are all things I've pledged to champion since my first day in office, and this bill advances and builds on each one. "I'm incredibly proud to have worked with my colleagues from both sides of aisle to craft this important agreement, supporting and shaping it throughout the committee process and now sending it to the president for his signature." Highlights from each funding measure include: AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES, 2019 $47 million in additional base funding for regulatory science, enforcement, and innovation activities to combat the opioid oniA~mlr BI.UEGR .qS MUSIC American Music Association will New Mistakes. Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Make mistakes nobody's ever made before. j Don't freeze, don't stop, don't worry that it isn't good enough, or it isn't perfect, whatever it is: art, or love, or work or family or life. Whatever it is you're scared of doing, Do it. Make yo~tr mistakes, next year and forever. " - Nell Gaiman, Author " $303.5 million, an increase of $28 million above FY2018. Anti-Opioid Grant Programs: $468 million, an increase of $21.5 million above FY2018. $11.4 billion, an increase of $277 million above FY2018, to focus on core economic development activities, protecting intellectual property rights, strengthening trade enforcement, advancing cybersecurity research, and improving severe weather forecasting. $304 million for the Economic Development Administration (EDA), including $117.5 million for the Public Works program, $23.5 million for the Regional Innovation Program, and $30 million for grants to assist troubled coal mining communities. $39.5 million for the ational Telecommunications be having Bluegrass music on the '7 hope that in this year to come, first Sat. of each month at the you make mistakes. Because if you Vietnam Veterans Center in are making mistakes, then you are Princeton. Doors open at 5:30. Band making new things, trying new and Jam Session. things, learning, living, pushing WEIGHT WATCHERS yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. Weight Watchers is back in You're doing things you've never Hinten! Meetings are on Thursday done before, and more importantly, evening at 5:30 in the Fellowship you're Doing Something Hall at First Baptist Church, 108 So that's my wish for you, and all Temple Street, Hinten. of us, and my wish for myself. Make For more information contact Connie Willey at 304-660-7206. V Computer Classes available for all skill levels! Call Ih Summers County Library a! 304-466-4490 for more info Beginners I,cam the basics of how to operate a computer- turning it on and offand operatieg S meuse and keyboard Lcamtotyp ! I.cam basic internet skills Intermediate Advanced Learn howeemputcrs v, ork from a technical perspective Learn best-prncticss for the internet Attain "Computer EJ~entials" certifiestes to add to your resume! 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