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6 - Hinton News Tues. May 29, 2012 Camp leader Rachel Oliver. Trillium&apos;s Dance Camp Expands Offerings this June Rachel Oliver is back in town! She has completed the first year of graduate studies as an Arts and Sciences Fellow at the University of Colorado and returns to the Greenbrier Valley to lead the Summer Dance Camp Junell-22 for Trillium School for PerformingArts. Each group will learn modern dance," hip-hop, West African dance, ballet, creative movement, improvisation, and jazz technique. Tuition is just $125, and partial scholarships are available. Classes meet on stage at the Lewis Theatre in historic downtown Lewisburg, WV. Boys and girls together, grouped by age, meet mornings or afternoons for five days, with a family performance at the Friday close of each session. The first week, ages 5-, 7 meet in the morning and 12-14 in the afternoon. June 18-22 will have ages 8-11 in the morning and 15 and older in the afternoon. No experience is necessary, making this a wonderful short-term opportunity for youth to try something new. LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, in the City of Charleston on the 18th. day of May 2012. Case No. 12-0647-PWD-CN Big Bend Public Service District a public utility. Application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct a water distribution system for the communities of Routes 3 and 12: Wiggins and of Filing O. May 7, 2012 Big-Ie;id Public erVi Dic (District) filed a duly verified application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct certain additions and improvements to its water distribution system in Summers County. The application is on file with and available for public inspection at the Public Service Commission, 201 Brooks Street, in Charleston, West Virginia. The total estimated cost of the Project is $2,401,000, to be funded through a West Virginia Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council Grant in the amount of $601,000 United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development Grant in the amount of $1,295,000; and United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development Loan in the amount of $505,000. The District does not seek a rate increase in connection with this filing and will continue to charge the following current tariff rates: Applicability Applicable within entire territory served. Availability Available for general domestic, commercial, industrial and sale for resale water service. Rates (customers with metered water supply) First 2,000 gallons per month, $8.52 per 1,000 gallons Next 4,000 gallons per month, $7.91 per 1,000 gallons Next 4,000 gallons per month, $6.49 per 1,000 gallons Next 15,000 gallons per month, $5.88 per 1,000 gallons Next 75,000 gallons per month, $5.58 per 1,000 gallons All Over 100,000 gallons per month $4:48 per 1,000 gallons Minimum Charge No minimum bill will be rendered for less than $17.04 per month, according to meter size: 5/8 inch meter, or smaller, $17.04 per month 3/4 inch meter, $25.60 per month I inch meter, $42.60 per month 1 - i/2 inch meter, $85.20 per month 2 inch meter, $136.35 per month 3 inch meter, $272.65 per month 4 inch meter, $426.00 per month 6 inch meter, $852.00 per month Delayed Payment Penalty The above schedule is net. On all accounts not paid in full when due, ten percent will be added to the net current amount unpaid. This delayed payment penalty is not interest and is to be collected only once where it is appropriate. Reconnection $20.00 To be charged whenever the supply of water is turned off for violations of rules, nonpayment of bills, or fraudulent use of water. Tap Fee The following charge is to be made whenever the utility installs a new tap to serve an applicant. A tap fee of $300 will be charged to all customers who apply for service outside of a certificate proceeding before the Commission for each new tap to the system, Leak Adjustment $0.52 per 1,000 gallons is to be used when the bill reflects unusual consumption which can be attributed to eligible leakage on the customer's side of the meter. This rate shall be applied to all such consumption above the customer's historical average usage. Private Fire protection Fee When connection, hydrants, sprinkler, etc., on private property are maintained by the consumer: For Fire Hydrant $50.00 per year For Sprinkler System $200.00 per year Returned Check Charges A service charge equal to the actual bank fee assessed to the District or a maximum of $25.00 will be imposed upon any customer whose check for payment of charges is returned by their bank due to insufficient funds. Security Deposit A deposit of $50.00 or 2/12 of the average usage of the applicant's specific customer class whichever is greater. Anyone desiring to protest or intervene should file a written protest or request to intervene within thirty (30; days following the date of this publication unless otherwise modified by Commission order. Failure to timely protest or request to intervene can affect your right to protest aspects of this certificate case, including any associated rate increases, or to participate in future proceedings. All protests or requests to intervene should briefly state the reason for the pretest or request to intervene. Requests to intervene must comply with the rules on intervention set forth in the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure. All protests and requests to intervene should be addressed to Sandra Squire, Executive Secretary, P.O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323. In the absence of substantial protest received within thirty (30l days of this publication, the Commission may waive formal hearing and grant the application based on the Commission's review of the evidence submitted with the application. BIG Bend Public Service District HN May 29 Dancers with experience can develop, while also getting a chance to try some new styles of dance. Applications and schedules are • available at the office, 115 N Court St. in Lewisburg (304.645.3003) and online. (scroll down to Summer Dance Camp at trilliumdance. Rachel earned her undergraduate degree at Beloit College with a doulble major in dance and biochemistry. She came to the area in 2008 from San Francisco, where she was a professional dancer and teacher. Rachel was an instructor, performer, choreographer, camp director and co-director of Trillium Performing Youth from 2008-11. Rachel toured with the WV Dance Company for two seasons, taught at the Sporting Club, The Forum, and Greenbrier Valley Physical Fitness. She is very excited to return for Trillium's Summer Dance Camp and to West Virginia. She says "It has been a year away and I feel back home on my first day back here." PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB The Pipestem Ruritan club meets every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. We have a wonderful dinner before our meeting. We would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about this service club to come and join us. We have a gospel sing the Friday before our meetings. Come join in the fun and fellowship. For more information please call Brenda Garcia at 304- 923-1622 or 304-466-6804. CFM MEETING Food services The Campbell-Flannagan- C ..... ity services Murrell House Museum Board of Capitaloutlay Debt service: Trustees meet on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the house museum located at 422 Summers St., Hinton. All meetings are open to the public and all CFM members (card holders) are urged to attend. LEGAL NOTICE Summers County Board of Education Statement of Estimated Revenues and Expenditures for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2013 State of West Virginia, Summers County, to wit: In accordance with West Virginia Code §11-8-12 as amended, the Summers County Board of Education proceeded to make an estimate of the amounts necessary to be raised by a levy of taxes for the 2013 fiscal year, and doth determine and estimate the several amounts to be as follows: The amount due and the amount that will become due and collectible from every source during the fiscal year Including the Levy of Taxes, is as follows: General Current Expense Fund Estimated revenues: Local Sources: Property taxes (Net of allowances) $2,475,618 Other local sources 83,000 State Sources: State aid to schools 8,774,152 Other unrestricted Federal sources: Unrestricted Miscellaneous sources 114,810 Total estimated revenues 11,447,780 Estimated transfers in and other financing sources 15,000 Estimated beginning balance 593,850 Total estimated revenues, other financing sources, and beginning balance $12,056,630 Estimated expenditures: Instruction $ 6,615,953 Supporting services: Students 616,010 Instructional staff 130,190 Central administration 329,360 School administration 775,080 Central services 410,900 Operation and maintenance of facilities 1.264,407 Student transportation 1,479,160 ffordabte option f°r chmg: statewide audience" re ThiS n a er can help! eWS==Pu00nPr oresentative todaY! Call your adveru="'= _e. • fiction s, c°ntact ¥°ur & rest _.^sentatWe business in West Virginia! Newspapers Summers County Schools Metal Building (100' x 50') 107,235 Summers County Schools will be accepting bids on a 100'x50' metal building structure on June 5, 2012. Bids will be read at 2 pm and a final decision determined by close of the business day. The building specifications and other requirements are listed below. All West Virginia and Summers County Code requirements are expected. Please send all bids to Summers County Board of Education, 116 Main St. Hinton WV 25951. For inquiries call 304-466-6006. Building Specifications for Summers County High School • Pre-manufactured metal building - 5,000 sq ft (FSW and BSW Height -16', Roof Slope 1:12, Frame Type-Clear Span, Frame Profile- Gable, SW Bays-4 bays @ 25', LEW and REW spacing 15/20/15 • Clear span rigid frame including columns, beams, purlins and bracing. • All paneling to incorporate the purlin-bearing profile • Include: long-life roof fasteners (lifetime red-rust warranty) • All structural elements for the specified framed openings (girts, jambs, and headers) are pre-cut and pre-punched and the necessa.ry clips are welded • Pre-punched connecting clips for the structural elements, including end wall columns, need to be welded in place and then primed • 26 gauge PBR panel forroof and walls • Kynar 5000 baked -enamel finish for roof and wall system • Building needs to be fully insulated - White Polypropylene with white vinyl backing. R-20 rating. Door Specifications: • 1-14x14 Roll up door- [self contained] inside mounted heavy duty deluxe roll up door • 5- 3070 Walk door insulated - Metal • Building needs to be designed to meet and surpass Summers County loads. IBC09,30 psf snow load, 21 psf roof snow, 90 mph wind load, 20 Ibs live load, Seismic Coefficient: 0.46 Principal retirement Interest and fiscal charges Total estimated expenditures 11,728,295 Total estimated transfers and other financing uses 320,982 Estimated budgetary reserves 7,353 Total estimated expenditures, other financing uses, and reserves $12,056,630 Special Revenue Fund Estimated revenues: Local Sources $100,640 State Sources: State aid to schools 548,562 Other 327,476 Federal sources 2,038,701 Miscellaneous sources Total estimated revenues 3,015,379 Estimated transfers in and other financing sources 340,012 Estimated beginning balance Total estimated revenues, other financing sources, and beginning balance $ 3,355,391 Estimated expenditures: Instruction $1,621,128 Supporting services: Students 67,483 Instructional staff 341,215 Central administration 2,219 School administration 2,320 Business Operation and maintenance of facilities 100,600 Student transportation 304,469 To Be Included: . Engineered blueprints, structural calculation and foundation drawings - 3 sets of each designed by an engineer certified in WV • Delivery included on or before July 20, 2012 (delivery date may be negotiable) • Color should be discussed but not priority I Food services 874,850 Community services Capital outlay Debt service: Principal retirement Interest and fiscal charges Total estimated expenditures 3,314,284 Total estimated transfers and other financing uses 41,107 Total estimated expenditures and other financing uses , $ 3,355,391 CLASSIFIED ADS ONLY 35¢ a word DEADLINE 12 N. THURSDAY (The paper is responsible for only one incorrect insertion.) BUSINESS ADS Deadline 12 N. THURSDAY 466-0005 State of West Virginia Summers County to wit: I Vicki Hinerman, Secretary of the Summers County Board of Education, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the proposed budget being considered for adoption by the Board of Education on • the 23rd day of May 2012. 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Custom window treatments and custom window seating is included• The lawn has extensive landscaping, bi-level deck and paved driveway. $440,000. #1156 BRICK HOME ON 2 ACRES...Iocated just past DOH garage on RT. 12. This home was a beautiful home and is now in need of upgrading and repairs• Paved Driveway, huge garage, patio, private well and septic. 11 rooms plus.•, call for appointment to see•,• $70,000 #1105 712 TEMPLE ST. Historic 2 story brick home, 4 BR, 2 baths, bsm't. The home has beautiful oak trim and hardwood floors and staircase• A spacious covered front porch, large fenced back yard, patio. Very nice home....$69,500. #1146 1300 Summers Street - 2 separate units. LIVE in one unit and RENT the other unit to make your mortgage payment. Unit one - 3 BR one Bath. Unit two - BR one bath. REDUCED $45,000. #1120 POWLEYS CREEK ROAD, 75•2 acres of farm• This fenced property currently has horses, a creek, pond, barn, great views, good hunting A great place to hike, ride ATVs,horses .... there is a old homesite with old well, electric• $169,000 #1148 "BLUESTONE MUSEUM" property located on Hinton By- Pass• Formerly a museum and taxidermy shop is needing a new owner. These 5 lots fronts 250' on New River and Rts. 3 & 20. Public water and sewage available• The building needs work but the location is great• $175,000. #1158 OWNAHOME FOR LESS THAN RENT ~ 112 Main Street: Two story home - 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 baths, large L4ten with an abundance O.2fbinets and storage. Newviring, plumbing and roof. Newerdouble pane windows. Small back yard with patio area. $29,000. #1111 RIVER REST, Pence Springs, 3 BR. ranch home or retreat with metal roof, screened porch on .378 acres. Deeded access to Greenbrier River•• $42,900 #1149 5184thAve. Hinton. 4 DR, 2 Bath, front and back nArches, detached 2 car garpclL.,,rport, picnic shelt ,',-P  e fireplace,• land ';.,,-.,'bre. Great vmw I overlt.lmng Hinton, partial basement. $70,000 #1124 Beautiful mountaintop farm, surveyed 180 acres, hayfields, pasture, woodland, springs and pond. Very private setting, unique home, several outbuildings, spring and well water. $295,000 #1134 BIG CREEK ROAD, 10 year old, 6 room 3 bath home on acre lot. Nice front porch, patio and detached 1 car garage. $75,500• Diannia BROKER Perdue "304-466-3046 466-4246 Sales Associate R. Eugene Jones, Jr. - Bryan Boone 304-466-4833 • ..... ...... .... l il