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Meeting Minutes

WETZEL COUNTY COMMISSION APRIL TERM June 2, 2015

- Tuesday, June 02, 2015

WETZEL COUNTY COMMISSION

APRIL TERM

 

                                                                                                                                           June 2, 2015

 

County Commission met pursuant to adjournment of May 26, 2015.

 

Present:  Robert L. Gorby, President, Lawrence P. Lemon, Vice-President and Donald E. Mason, Commissioner.

 

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IN RE:  VACATION ORDERS APPROVED

 

(Record)

 

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IN RE:  FIDUCIARY REPORTS AND WAIVERS OF FINAL SETTLEMENT APPROVED

 

(Record)

 

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IN RE:  FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER REFERRAL—ROY LEE DOWNING ESTATE

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  FAMILY LAW JUDGE—INVOICE

 

Invoice in the amount of $372.00 was sent to the Supreme Court for rent of office space provided to the Family Law Judge for the month of May, 2015.

 

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IN RE:  EXONERATION APPROVED

 

Order #140 in the name of Carolyn Sue Harmon c/o James Harmon, Real Estate for Tax Year 2014-Amount Exonerated $293.06

 

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IN RE:  TABLE GAMES, GREENBRIER TABLE GAMES AND LIMITED VIDEO LOTTERY—STATE TREASURER—DIRECT DEPOSIT

 

Direct deposits made by State Treasurer as follows:

Table Games - $4,750.97

Greenbrier Table Games - $76.01

Limited Video Lottery - $4,977.43

 

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IN RE:  CHILD ADVOCATE CENTER—DIVISION OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES—CHECK RECEIVED

 

A check in the amount of $5,432.87 was received from Division of Justice and Community Services as reimbursement of expenses incurred with the Child Advocate Center for the month of March, 2015.

 

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IN RE:  PUBLIC UTILITIES, GROUND LEASE, MENTAL HYGIENE, FLOOD PLAIN PERMITS E911 FEES—CHECKS RECEIVED

 

Checks received as follows:

 

Public Utilities Tax – State Auditor - $6,283.31

Ground Lease – Air Evac EMS Inc. - $600.00

Mental Hygiene – Tyler County Commission - $269.43

Flood Plain Permit – Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. - $4,651.28

E911 Fees – Digital Connections, Inc. - $6.50

                      Cebridge Telecom WV - $7,074.10

 

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IN RE:  TRANSFER OF FUNDS—GENERAL COUNTY

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  TRANSFER OF FUNDS—GENERAL COUNTY

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  TRANSFER OF FUNDS—GENERAL COUNTY

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  TRANSFER OF FUNDS—GENERAL COUNTY

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  TRANSFER OF FUNDS-EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS 911

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  TRANSFER OF FUNDS—EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS 911

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  REVISION OF FUNDS—EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS 911

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  REQUEST FOR REVISION TO APPROVED BUDGET—GENERAL COUNTY

 

(Record Resolution and Request)

 

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IN RE:  4-H CAMP—CABINS—BID AWARDED—WEAVER BARNS

 

Donald E. Mason moved that agenda item on consideration of bids on cabins at the 4-H Camp tabled at the last meeting on May 26, 2015 be placed on current agenda for review and consideration.  Seconded by Lawrence P. Lemon.  Vote was unanimous.

 

Also attending the meeting were Jason Miller and Michael Weaver representing Weaver Barns and Jim Rice of AAA Mobile Homes.

 

Insurance coverage and performance bond were discussed.

 

Contract was submitted for consideration as follows:  Cost of project:  Dorm #1 – $224,008.83; Dorm #2 - $224,676.08 and Dorm #3 - $235,832.64 totaling $684,517.55. 

 

Donald E. Mason moved to approve and sign construction agreement with Weaver Barns for purchase and construction of three (3) cabins at the 4-H Camp.  Seconded by Lawrence P. Lemon.  Vote was unanimous.

 

(Record Contract)

 

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IN RE:  4-H CAMP—CABINS—BID AWARDED—JIM KLUG EXCACATING, INC.

 

Jim Klug, Jim Klug Excavating, Inc., met with Commission regarding building demolition and construction for cabins at 4-H Camp. 

 

Proposal was submitted for consideration as follows:  Dorm #1 Girls South - $218,370.65; Dorm #2 Girls North - $218,370.65 and Dorm #3 Boys -$218,370.65 totaling $655,111.95.

 

Liability insurance and performance bond were discussed.  County Commission to be added as an additional insured on liability insurance.  Performance bond not addressed by bid but could be added as a change order at an additional cost.

 

Lawrence P. Lemon moved that the County Commission enter into agreement with Jim Klug Excavating, Inc. for cabin construction project at the 4-H Camp at a cost of $655,111.95.  Seconded by Donald E. Mason.  Vote was unanimous.

 

(Record Agreement)

 

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IN RE:  NOTHERN PANHANDLE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD—RE-APPOINTMENT OF MATT HERRICK AND LARRY TACKETT

 

Donald E. Mason moved to approve the re-appointment of Matt Herrick from Wayside Furniture, Inc. and Larry Tackett, West Virginia Northern Community College, to the Northern Panhandle Workforce Investment Board of Directors.  Seconded by Lawrence P. Lemon.  Vote was unanimous.

 

Terms of office for five years effective July 1, 2015.

 

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IN RE:  GEORGE H. BOHRER ESTATE—AGREED ORDER TO CONTINUE HEARING REGARDING PETITION FOR REMOVAL OF EXECUTOR

 

(Record Order)

 

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IN RE:  A. C. BALLOUZ AND A. C. BALLOUZ HRS.—SEPARATION OF INTEREST IN OIL & GAS AND COAL TRACTS—ORDERS

 

Donald E. Mason moved that the County Commission approve request of Ray A. Byard, Attorney for Marcella V. Ridenour, Deborah Rein, Rosalyn Metzger and Siegler Family Trust for separation of interests owned in oil & gas and coal tracts taxed in the name of A. C. Ballouz and A. C. Balllouz Hrs. as recommended by the Assessor.  Seconded by Lawrence P. Lemon.  Vote was unanimous.

 

(Record Twenty-Four (24) Orders)

 

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IN RE:  CLAY-BATTELLE HEALTH SERVICES ASSOCIATES—BURTON CLINIC—W-9

 

Commission completed W-9 form for Clay-Battelle Health Services Association relating to rent payment to be made to the Wetzel County Commission for the Burton Clinic.

 

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IN RE:  EXPENSES FOR THE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE—BEGINNING JUNE 1, 2014 AND ENDING MAY 31, 2015

 

(Record)

 

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IN RE:  EXPENSES FOR THE ELECTION -  COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE—BEGINNING JUNE 1, 2014 AND ENDING MAY 31, 2015

 

(Record)

 

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IN RE:  EXPENSES FOR THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE—GENERAL COUNTY—BEGINNING JUNE 1, 2014 AND ENDING MAY 31, 2015

 

(Record)

 

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IN RE:  EXPENSES FOR THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE—VALUATION FUND—BEGINNING JUNE 1, 2014 AND ENDING MAY 31, 2015

 

(Record)

 

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IN RE:  EXPENSES FOR THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE—LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROCESS SERVICE, POLICY SPECIAL DUTY, PREVENTION RESOURCE OFFICER AND TAX OFFICE—BEGINNING JUNE 1, 2014 AND ENDING MAY 31, 2015

 

(Record)

 

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Lawrence P. Lemon moved that the County Commission adjourn to meet Tuesday, June 9, 2015.  Seconded by Donald E. Mason.  Vote was unanimous.

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