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Legal Notice OFFICE OF MAYOR OFFICE OF CITY CLERK BUILDING INSPECT[uN 1 700. 4,750. , REVENUE SHARING FUND '' OFFICE OF CITY CLERK CITY ATTORNEY '. CITY HALL HEALTH ,PQLICE :..,., FI , -' GARBAGE AND LANDFILL ,, LIBRARIES STREETS AND HIGHWAYS PARKING SIGNS AND SIGNALS . CENTRAL GARAGE SEWER DISPOSAL 4ND MAINTENANCE 4t900. 13.5OO, 1,750. 35,51, 13t075" " 16,620. 2,500. J+,382. 3,000, 780 . .. 9,550. 4.500. TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES .,RSSIFIEDASSESSED VAI27ATIO$ FOR TAX PURPOSES CSS I CurrmnC Personal Propex'cg ........ $ 4,036,510. 18.1 Public UliCyProptr4.. 410,400. 18.1 TOTRL...$ 414461910. C/,;S6Z Real sCsCe .............. $ 6,044,900. Personal PropertY7 ......... 49600. TA...$ 6,094,509 CZASSrV Real Esr.ace .............. $ 7,095,300. Pezonal propezty ........ 4t4861360 r PubJlc Ur.liCg pzopmr.. 519511000. TC&/;...$17.532.66O, TOTAL VALOAT/O $28t074070. , STA'TEOFWEST vIRGINIA 6 . 2 36.2 72.4. 72r4 72.4 $ PROPOSED LEVY RATES Zxz_....m 844,852. 0.65 ___ 0.65. _.L._ 1.3 1.3 2.6 2.6 2.6 COUNTY OF Summers ICIPALrTY OF H Lnton , TO-WIT I, anet L. Jush , Recording Officer of said municipality, do hereb ceFtify taC te fOzgoing are true copies from he record of orders made and entered b the council of said munlc.ipali on the 26 day of March, 1982. Givtn under  hand r..hJ.s 26 ck! of Msrch, 19 $2 . - . .,.,..z. , lerk-R corde j (Official Title) Legal Notice .NOTICE: / By action of the West Virginia Legislature, Bill rlo. 263 passed on March 12, 1982; in effect from passage, the Delegate Districts affecting Summers County shall be Delegate District No. 21 comprising Monroe County, and Census Enumeration District two (2) of the New River Magisterial District of the County of Summers and CenSus Enumeration Districts nine (g), ten (lO), eleven (ll) and twelve (12) of the Greenbrier River Magisterial District of the county of Summers shall constitute the 21st Delegate District and shall elect one (1) delegate. Delegate District 22 ;hall comprise the County of Raleigh and that portion of Summers County no_t contained within the 21st Delegate District and shall elect five (5) delegates; provided that not more than four (4) delegates mBy be nominated, elected or appointed who are residents of any county within the 22nd Delegate District. Precincts affected and new boundaries necessary to be established by this law re: Sandstone - Precinct No. 17 - All voters from the inter- section of Route 20 and Secondary Route 7 (Ramp Road) living on the souh side of Ramp Road and presently voting in Precinct No. 17 (Sandstone) shall have their registration changed to Precinct No. 4 and shall vote at R'Ivervlew School, West End, Hinton, West Virginla. Ramp - Precinct No. 19 - All vcters residing on the north side of Secondary Route 7, Secondary Route 717 and Secondary Route 7/I0 who are presently voting in Precinct No. 19 (Ramp) shall have their registration changed to Precinct No. 17 (Sandstone). Wigglns (Armoryl - Precinct No. 13 - A11 voters residing on the north side of Route 3 outside of the Ctty Limits of tltnton, who are presently voting in Preclnct No. 13 (Armory) shall have their registration changed to Prectnct No. 30 (Talcott School). Forest Hill - Precinct No. 1 - All voters residing on the northwest side of Secondary Route 14 (Buck Road), west side of Secondary Route 14/3 (Duckto Low Gap Chueth), west side of Secondary Route 33/2 (Indtan Mills to intersection 33/2 with 23/4}, west and south side of Secondary Route 23/5 and 23/6 who are presently voting in Prectnct No. 1 (Forest Hill) shall have their registration changed to Precinct No. 13 (Armory). By order of the Summers County ommtsston. . Bt11 Jqe Edw-ds_ PRESIDENT Summers County Cmmlsston March 31, 19B2 , Legal Notice After full consideration thereof, the said Board of Education of the County of Summers, being of the opinion that the maximum levies for current expense authorized by Article 8, Chapter 11 of the Code of West Virginia as last amended will not provide sufficient funds for the payment of general current expenses of schools in Summers County, including expenditures for the purposes hereinafter stated during the fiscal years beginning July 1, 1982, July 1, 1983, and July 1, 1984. and havin ascertained that the amounts hereinafter shown in excess of the amounts raised by regular levies will be needed by the Board of Education of the' County of Summers during each of the three fiscal years, and that a special election should be held to increase such levies, in conformity with law, it is hereby ordered and declared: (1) The purposes for which additional levies are needed, together with the approximate amounts considered necessary for each proposal are as follows: a. To purchase, acquire and distribute textbooks to all students in Summers County School system, grades K. through twelve, inclusive, the annual approximate amount of $50,000. b. For the continuation , improvement, and adjustment of salary schedules for instructional personnel, competitive with other counties in West Virginia and neighboring states, in the amount of $125 a month, the annual approximate amount of $220,000. c. To pay service and auxiliary personnel a supplement of $60 a month. This supplement to be paid to all service and auxiliary personnel and in addition to the State Minimum Pay ,Scale in the annual approximate amount of $68,030. d. To correct fire hazards as identified b.y the State Fire Marshall's Office, and to repair and maintain existing school buildings. Repair of buildings consist of the following kinds of activities: Repainting woodwork, redecorating walls, resur- facing and refinishing walls, resurfacing and refinishing floors, shingling, repaintingceilings, repairing foundations; repairing and replacing doors, windows, hardware, gutters, downspouts, window glass, window shades, drapes, and built in equipment such as lockers, cabinets, wardrobes, venetian blinds, bulletin boards and doorcheeks; and the maintenance of service systems which consists of the repair and replacement of such things as: boilers, radiators, and ventilating ducts; electric lighting systems, bolls, clocks, and intercommunication systems; sewers, toilets, fountains, water pipes, tanks, and bathroom furnishings; fire plugs, fire hoses, fire sprinkler systems, and fire escapes; in the annual approximate amount of $37,019. e. To acquire, either by purchase or supplementing state funds, three new school buses, either for replacement or expansion purposes, and to supplement the operation of extended bus runs, nrovide an adeouate, safe and convenient means of transportat- ion for school children in the annual approximate amount of $15,000. f. To maintain and further improve the superior quality and excellence of the hand and music programs of the county, the annual approximate amount of $I0,000. g. To vrovide instructional supplies and teaching aids, where necessary, to all pupils in grades K through 12, including vocational, the annual approximate amount of $50,000. h. To remodel existing school buildings, either by contracted services or by school district employees, for the purpose of providing adequate school facilities for the children of Summers County. Remodeling or improvement of buildings usually takes place within the existing floor area and consist of the expenditures for major permanent structural alterations, the initial or additional installation of heating and ventilating systems, electrical systems, plumbing systems, fire protection systems and other service systems in existing buildings and any general remodeling, in the annual approximate amount of $100,030. Total for all purposes annual approximate amount of $550,019. 2. The annual total approximate amount to be expended during the term of this levy is $550,019, and the total approximate amount to be expended during the three (3) year term of this levy is $i,650,057. The Board of Education of the County of Sum- mere is hereby authorized to match any State, Federal or other funds becoming available and to expend at the end of each fiscal year or at end of levy period any resulting surplus accru- ing and any surplus accruing from this levy for any or all purposes set forth in this proclamation or any school purpose it may desire. 3. That the separate and aggregated assessed valuation of each class of taxable property within the Summers County District for the Assessment year of 1982 is as follows: Class I $6,336,860 Class II $30,350,030 Class III $40,703,740 Class IV $17,532,660 Aggregate $94,923,290 4. That the proposed rate of levy in cents on each class of property within the Summers County School District for the fiscal years beginning July I, I982, July l, 1983, and July 1, 1964, is as follows: Class I. 19.30 cents Class II 38.60 cents Class III 77.20 cents Class IV 77.20 cents 5. The years to which additional levy shall apply, ff authorized by the voters, are the fiscal years beginning July 1, 1982, July 1, 1983, and July 1, 1964. 6. That the question of such additional levies be submitted to a vote in the Summers County School District which em- braces Summers County, West Virginia, at a special election to be held in said County on Monday, April 12, 1982. Asbentee ballots, for this election shall be applied for, obtained from and returned to the Board of Education of the County of Summers, Main Street, Hinton, West Virginia. 7. That notices of this special levy election shall be given by the publication of this order once each week for two success- ive weeks within a 14 day period next preceding the day of the said special election in the Hinton News, a newspaper of Democratic politics and of general circulation in the Summers County School District, and the Leader, a newspaper of Republican politics and of general circulation, in the said School District for the same period. Printed copies of this order shall be posted at each voting place in the School District prior to the special election to be held on Monday, April 12, 1982. All provisions of the law con- cerning general election shall apply. The secretary of the Board is hereby authorized to acquire and furnish election officials all proper election supplies, attend to the publication of this order 'and to the posting of the same in each voting place in the Summers County School District and to do any and all things necessary to present proposed by this order to the voters in the Summers County School District. 8. The hallot to be used in the election herein provided for shall be in the form as follows: LEVY BALLOT Board of Education - Special Levy Election April 12, 1.982 Special Election to authorize additional levies for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 1982, July 1, 193 and July 1, 1984, and for the purpose of authorizing the Board of Education of Sum- mers County to contract for and assume indebtedness, including interest thereon for the following: a. To purchase, acquire and distribute textbooks to all students in Summers County School system, grades K. through twelve, inclusive, the annual approximate amount of $50,000. b. For the continuation, improvement, and adjustment of salary schedules for instructional personnel, competitive with othei" counties in West Virginia and neighboring states, in the amount of $125 a month, the annual approximate amount of $520,000. Wed. Apr. 7, 1982 Legal Notice ' , month. This supplement to be paid to all service and attxifiary personnel and in addition to the State Minimum Pay Scale in the annual approximate amount of $138,000. d. To correct fire hazards as identified by the State Fire Marshall's Office, and to repair and maintain existing school buildings. Repair of buildings consist of the following kinds of activities: Repainting woodwork, redecorating walls, resur- fcing and reFmishing walls, resurfacing and refinishing floors, shingling, repainting ceilings, repairing foundations; repairing and replacing doors, windows, hardware, gutters, downsp- outs, window glass, window shades, drapes, and built in equipment such as lockers, cabinets, wardrobes, venetian blinds, bulletin boards and doorchecks; and the maintenance of service systems which consists of the repair and replacement of such things as: boilers, radiators, and ventilating ducts; electric lighting systems, bells, clocks, and intercommunication systems; sewers, toilets, fountains, water pipes, tanks, and bathroom furnishings; fire plugs, fire hoses, fire sprinkler systems, and fire escapes; in the annual approximate amount of $37,019. e. To acquire, either by purchase or supplementing state funds, three new school buses, either for replacement or expansion purposes, and to supplement the operation of extended bus runs, . provide an adequate, safe and convenient means of transpor- tation for school children in the annual approximate amount of $15,000. f. To maintain and further improve the superior quality and excellence of the band and music programs of the county, the annual approximate amount of $10,000. Hinton News - 7A !Legal Notice NOTICE ! To the Creditors and Benefi- ciaries of the Estate of Lucy Emma Mann. All persons having claims against the estate of the said Lucy Emma Mann deceased, whether due or not, are not- ified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof, legally veri- fied, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinten, West Virgin- ia, on or before the 2nd day of August, 1982; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may aonear on or before said date to !examine said claims or other- wise protect theivdnterest. Given under my hand this 24th day of March, 1982. Frederick W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts ,for Summers County, W. Vs. March 31, April 7, 14 'Legal Notice FIDUCIARY NOTICE g. To provide instructional supplies and teaching aids, where necessary, to all pupils in grades K through 12, including vocational, the annual approximate amount of $50,000. h. To remodel existing school buildings, either by con- tracted services or by school district employees, for the purpose of providing adequate school facilities for the children of Summers County. Remodeling or improvement of buildings usually takes place within the existing floor area and consist of the expenditures for major permanent structural alterations, the initial or additional installation of heating and ventilating systems, electrical systems, plumbing systems, fire protection systems and other service systems in existing buildings and any general remodeling, in the annual approximate amount of $105,000. " The accounts of the following fiduciary are before me for settlement: ' Sammy Patrick Snead, Ex- ecutor of the Estate of James Gordon Snead, deceased. Given under my hand on this the 20th day of March, 1982: F.W. Sawyers ' Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, W. Va. March 24, 31, Apri] 7. Legal Notice' Total for all purposes annual approximate amount of $550,019. The annual total approximate amount to be expended dur- ing the term of this levy is $550,019 and the total approximate amount to be expended during the three (3) year term of this levy is $1,650,057 The Board of Education of the County of Summers is hereby authorized to match any State, Federal or other funds becoming available, to expend at the end of each fiscal year or at end of levy period any resulting surplus accruing and any surplus accruing from this levy for any or all purposes set forth in this proclamation or any school purposes it may desire. According to the order of the Board of Education of the County of Summers entered on the eleventh day of March 1982. The additional levies shall be on Class I property, 19.30 cents; on Class II property, 38 60 cents; on Class III property 77.20 cents; and on Class IV property, 77.20 cents For the Levies Against the Levies INSTRUCTIONS: Those favoring the additional levies place an X in the square before" For the Levies". Those against such levies place an X in the square before " Against the Levies". ..Hinton News - March 31, April 7 '..Leader - March 31, April 7 r LEGAL NOTICE Fiduciary Notice Notice is hereby given that the accounts of the following fiduciaries are before me for settlement: Anna Light, Guard- ian for Gary Kyle Shanklin, Jr., an infant child; Gloria Mead- ows, Administratrix of the Es- tate of Basil E. Meadows, deceased, and Ola Mansfield, Executor of the Estate of Willie L. Williams, deceased Given under my hand this 7th day of April, 1982. David L. Parmer Commissioner of Accounts Summers ounty, WV April 7, 14 .,Legal Notice NOTICE! To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of Ihe Eslale of James Gordon Snead. All persons having claims against the estate of the said James Gordon Snead deceas- ed, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virginia, on or before the 26 day of July 1982, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said date to examine said claims or other- wise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 20th day of March, 1982. Frederick W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts for Summers County, W. Va. March 24, 31, April 7 Legal Notice : Legal Notice Fiduciary Notice Fiduciary Notice Notice is hereby given that The accounts of the following the account of the following fiduciary are before me for Fiduciary is now before me for settlement: settlement: Nellie E. Bricker, Eddie Joe Mann, Executor of as Guardian of David Wayne the Estate of Lucy Emma Cole. - Mann, deceased. Given under my:hand this the Given under my hand on this I0 day of March, I032. 'the 24th day of March, 1982. David L. Parmer F.W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, West Vir- Summers County, W. Vs. ginia March 31, April 7, 14 April 7, 14 Glenn Frederick Cutlip has !corporated. .been named director of the Cutlip was manager of Pro- Community Development Dial- ject Development Division of sion of the Governor's Office of OECD. He has worked in state Economic and Community De- government for 15 years. velopment effective April 23, A West Virginia native, Cut- 1982, Miles I)fl, director of Jip holds a Master of Public OECD, announced. He will su- AdminiStration degree from cceed Patrick M. Gallagher 'the College of Graduate Stud. who resigned to take a posit-ies and a B.S. degree from West ion with ACT Industries, In- Virginia University. Legal Notice PUBLIC NOTICE WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES 1201 GREENBRIER STREET CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 25311 TELEPHONE: (304) 348.7861 or 348.2107 APPLICATION FOR STATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PERMIT PUBLIC NOTICE NO.: 4156 PUBLIC NOTICE DATE: April 6, 1982 The following persons have applied for water pollution control permits for their operations: Appl. No. Locaon P,celvlngStream Actity Follingstad 836-W Jumping Branch, W'V Stewart Creek To dlschergereated Company, Ltd. Su=aners County of Parker wastewater from a pro- P. O. Box 577 3734'52 '' Lac. Creek of Little posed 3,000 gallons- Beckley, N 80059'53" Long. Bluestone of per-day extended a.r- 25801 New River of atlon sewage treotmmt Kanawha Rver. planc with tertiary treatment serving a maximum of 25 persons at the Green Valley Townhouses. 0ucfall #001. On the basis of review of the application, the "Water Pollution Control "Act (Chapter 20, Aticle 5A-5(a))", and the "Wast Vir- ginia Administrative Regulations o the State Water Resources Board", the State of Wt Virginia will act on the above applica- tion(s). Persons wishing to comment on the applications are invited to submit written comments to the Chief of the Division nf Water Resources within 30 days of the date of this publi.c notice. Comments should be addtd to: Cider, Divion of Water Resources, DNR 1201 Greenbfler Street Charleston, West Virginia 2531 I ATTN: Dlanna Messinger, Public Informatio Office Comments received within this pflod will be coidered pilot to acting on a permit application. Correspondence thonid indatta the name, addteu and telephone number of the wflter and a concise stttement of the commeat and the relevaat fas  which It is based. A public hearing may be held tf the Chief cortdders the public tespoa dlmlflcsat. Following review of the mments received, the permit will be i.ued or denied. The applications are on file and may be inspected, by appointment, at the officer of the DivUlon of Water Reto, 1201 GtNn. bder Street, Charleston, West Virginia. between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p,m. on butinats daya. AA