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Tues. Aug. 22, 2017 Hinton News - 5 LEGAL NOTICE In The Circuit Court Of Summers County, West Virginia Civil Action No.: 17-C-20 Douglas Ayers, Petitioner, v. The Unknown Heirs of Rufus Gadiald Williams, his Estate or Assigns, being: The Unknown Heirs of Mary Della Adkins, The Unknown Heirs of Minnie Jane Adkins, The Unknown Heirs of Nettie Mae Burdett, Joyce Campbell, her heirs or assigns, Eileen Hamrick, her heirs or assigns, James Hamrick, his heirs or assigns, The Unknown Heirs of Karen Hamrick, Mike Harm-ick, his heirs or assigns, Jean Mills, her heirs or assigns, The Unknown Heirs of Charles Richmond, The Unknown Heirs of Roger Richmond, The Unknown Heirs of Ronnie Richmond, The Unknown Heirs of ~Buzzy~ Wheeler, The Unknown Heirs of James Wheeler, The Unknown Heirs of JoAnn Wheeler, The Unknown Heirs of Eldridge Jackson Williams, The Unknown Heirs of John Emmett Williams, The Unknown Heirs of Rufus Alonzo Williams, The Unknown Heirs of Theodore Herbert Williams, Respondents. NOTICE OF HEARING You are hereby given Notice that the undersigned will appear by counsel on the 28TH clay of August, 2017 at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon before the Honorable Judge Robert Irons, Judge of the Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virginia at the Suramers County Court House, Hinton, West Virginia for a Hearing on Motion for Default Judgment at which time and place you may appear and take whatever action you deem necessary and proper. Douglas Ayers, By Counsel JslAnna R. Ziegler Anna R. Ziegler, 9954 Ziegler and Ziegler, LC 110 James Street Hinton, WV 25951 HN Aug, 22 m LEGAL NOTICE Public Service Commission Of West Virginia Charleston Case No. 17-0488-W-CN West Virginia-American Water Company Lewis County, West Virginia Application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct certain additions and improvements to its Westen and Webster Springs systems in Lewis and Webster Counties, West Virginia. CASE NO. 17-0787-W-DSIC West Virginia-American Water Company Petition for approval of the 2018 Infrastructure Replacement Program surcharge mechanism. Notice Of DSIC Filing & Hearing On June 15, 2017, West Virginia-American Water Company (WVAWC) filed an application for approval of a Distribution System Improvement Plan and Charge (Application) pursuant to the direction of the Publ;c Service Commission of West Virginia (Commission) in its February 24, 2016 Order that resolved WVAWC's 2015 rate application, Case Nos. 150675-S-42T and 15-00676-W-42T. WVAWC proposes to implement a Distribution System Improvement Charge (DSIC), under which it would invest approximately $29.9 million for infrastructure replacement and system upgrades in 2018 throughout WVAWC's entire 19 county service area. The DSIC primarily would cover the replacement of transmission and distribution mains, valves, hydrants, and service lines, but in the future is proposed to apply to other categories of utility plant replacements, improvements and extensions of service. The $29.9 million in proposed 2018 DSIC investment includes $5 million for 2018 costs associated with a new interconnection from WVAWC's Weston Treatment Plant to its Webster Springs service territory. WVAWC intends to seek recovery of additional costs associated with this project in future Reading Camp Hinton - took Nazarene, Ascension Episcopal place June 19th-23rd, 2017 at the Church, First United Methodist First Presbyterian Church of Church, Patricia L. Grady, LICSW, Hinton. The goal of the Reading New River Episcopal Ministries, Camp is to introduce the love of United Way, Margaret O'neal, Judy reading to students in the 2nd Arthur, First Presbyterian Church, through 4th grades at Hinton Area Episcopal Church Women, Beyond and Talcott Elementary Schools. All Wishes Therapeutic Horse Program, of the children received 15 hours of Mark Harshman, Poet Laureate, intensive reading instruction. This Jody Hensley. program has been utilized for many Each child who attended Reading years in other states and has been Camp was given a backpack filled shown to improve reading skills and with interesting books on their build self-confidence, reading level to take home at the end This summer, 18 children oftheweek. participated in the Reading Camp The children and parents also had madepossiblebyJustChrlstians, an an opportunity to hear a Ecumenical Partnership of Hinton presentation by Poet Laureate Mark Churches and REACHH-FRC. Harshman. He shared his wonderful We would like to thank the stories and love for reading with all. following businesses, organizations A special thank you to everyone and individuals for sponsoring in the community who dedicated their time and support toward planning this great event. We are looking forward to expanding Reading Camp Hinton next Summer to serve more children attending Summers County Schools. If you like to be a part of our team next year please call Patty Grady at (304)-466- 2226. ww~v.psc.sta te.wv.us. WVAWC proposes to recover costs associated with these investments through a separate rats component on customer bills, calculated as a percentage of the total monthly bill for service (comprised of beth the minimum meter charge and the volumetric rate component). WVAWC projects that if the program and rate component a~ approved as requested, the average monthly bill for its various classes of customers will be changed on January 1,2018, as follows: $ Increase $ Increase Average Usage DSIC filings. The projects proposed for 2018 are !dentil]ed ~ .... Reading Camp Hinton: theApplicati°n'whlchis°nfdeandavailablef°rpublic Greenbrier Girls Academy, Sally St];eet~,i~ Charleston, ~.~ginia and may be ane, aaues ofPenmes-Eplscopal viewed ° on the Commlssion's website, Church grant, Hinton Area Foundation, Pete Tabor, Beth Sizemore, REACHH-FRC, Stacy Ford, Kim Redes, Back Alley Art Studio, Austin Persinger, Summers County Library, Church of the Residential $1.56 3.28% 3,204 gallons per month Commercial $8.06 3.28% 16,702 gallons per month Industrial $164.89 3.28% 605,167 gallons per month Sale for Resale $375.02 3.28% 1,601,287 gellons per month The increases shown are based on averages of all customers in the indicated class. Individual customers may receive increases that are greater or less than average. Each class may receive an increase greater or less than stated here. The requested rates and charges are only a proposal and are subject to change (increases or decreases) by the Public Service .Commission in its review of this filing. WVAWC filed a separate certificate application for the proposed interconnection project, which has been assigned Case No. 17-0466-W-CN. WVAWC did not propose to increase rates related to the interconnection project in the certificate case, but instead requested cost recovery related to the inte~onnection project through the DSIC rate that will be established in Case No. 17-0787-W-DSIC. The Commission set a procedural schedule, including a hearing date to receive evidence on both the Certificate Application and the DSIC Application for October 11, 2017, and continuing daily thereafter on October 12 and October 13, 2017, if neceseary. The hearing will begin at 9:30 a.m, October 11, 2017, in the Howard M. Cunningham Hearing Room at the Commission's offices at 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, West Virginia. Anyone des(ring to protest or intervene in Case No. 17-0787-W-DSIC should file a written protest or request to intervene that briefly states the reason for the protest 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 and must be filed within 30 days following the date of this publication unless otherwise modified by Commission Order. The Commission also will receive public comments at the beginning of the hearing. All written protests or ~quests to intervene should state the case name and number and be addressed to Ingrid Ferren, Executive Secretary, P.O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323. Public comments may also be filed online at httpY/www/osc/ stete/w'¢/us]scripte/onlinecommente/default.cfm by clicking on the "Formal Case~ link. West Virginia-American Water Company HN Aug. 22 Notice FARMERS MARKET The Summers County Farmers Market is now open. Market hours are Friday starting at 8 a.m. until noon or until the farmers sell out. The Market is located in the Lifeline Church Parking Lot, 505 Stokes Dr. Hinton. Please visit Summers County Farmers Market on facebook to learn more or contact the Summers County Extension Office, 304-466-7113. COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Commission will meet at 9:00 a.m. in the County Commission Off~ce at the Courthouse on the second Wednesday of each month. The Session for Sept. 13 will be Wednesday, Sept. 13. Contact Mary Beth Merritt, County Clerk before Sept. 13 at 466- 7104 if you ha, e any questions or if you have items for the agenda. CTCS Grants Automatic Admission To High School Seniors W.Va. high school graduates automatically accepted into local community colleges Clinophobia is the fear of going to bed. Charleston, WVAugust 14, 2017- The West Virginia Community and Technical College System (CTCS) has launched a new initiative to help boost the college going rate of high school graduates in the mountain state. All recent West Virginia high school graduates, have been automatically accepted into their local community and technical college. "Our high school graduates are the future of West Virginia. They embody our hopes and dreams for our beloved state. West Virginia's community and technical colleges want them to know they have a future here," said Chancellor Sarah Tucker. "We offer a variety of programs that will lead them to high wage jobs right here at home," Community colleges are the most affordable higher education opportunity in the state, and often lead directly to employment. The result is an affordable education leading to jobs that keep young people in West Virginia. West Virginia has struggled for years with losing population, as young people leave to find work, but CTCS is working to combat this issue. Every recent high school graduate is guaranteed acceptance, and students are encouraged to reach out to their local community college to learn how to enroll. This CFM HOUSE MUSEUM The Campbell.Flannagan_ Murrell House Museum at 422 Summers St., in Historic Downtown Hinton is open each Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. for Free Tours. For more information call 304- 445-5769. opportunity allows students who DILAPIDATE STRUCTURE aren't sure if college is right for them The Summers County to tryit out for a fraction of the cost. Dilapidated Structure will meet With programs that last two Thursday, September 21 at 1 p.m. years or less, community andat the Summers Memorial Building. tedlnical colleges are an efficient Please contact Stacy Ford for further aid affordable way to receive an information at 304-466-7113 or edlcation that leads to a tangible ,sford2,@wvstateu.edu caeer in the mountain state. Regular Meeting Agenda: f you have questions about how Welcome and Determlnation of to take advantage of this Quorum; Old Busines; Review and op~)rtunity, call 1-866 TwoYear, and Approval of Minutes; New Business; sta2" will be happy to assist you. Other Business; Adjourn. ]lP, al ]]state GFIEST BID ~ 30 DAYS! Wedon~cha~the mark~, Can;t list and wait? 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Letters will be edited for grammar, spelling, taste, syntax, and libel Names will not be withheld. Address them to Letters ~o the Editor, P. O. Box 1000, Hinton, WV 25951. CHOOL ENEFi AUGUST 26, 2o17 BREAKFAST 7 - 10 AUCTION - 10:00 Farm Equip, Tack, Bldg. Kits, Tool, Lawn & Garden Furniture, Antiques, Household misc., produce & pies. Rt. 12 South to Marie Rd. (Follow Signs) #304-466-0539 or 304-466-4344. t