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Meeting Minutes

WETZEL COUNTY COMMISSION APRIL TERM June 9, 2015

- Tuesday, June 09, 2015

WETZEL COUNTY COMMISSION

APRIL TERM

 

                                                                                                                                                  June 9, 2015

 

County Commission met pursuant to adjournment of June 2, 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 Orders)

 

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IN RE:  FIDUCIARY REPORTS AND WAIVERS OF FINAL SETTLEMENT APPROVED

 

(Record)

 

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IN RE:  SHERIFF’S OFFICE—MONTHLY SETTLEMENT APPROVED

 

Shelby Titus, Chief Tax Deputy, presented the monthly financial statement for the month ended May 31, 2015.  The Commission ordered the same filed.

 

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IN RE:  E911 FEES, RENT-BURTON CLINIC, OIL & GAS LEASE AND CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE FEE—CHECKS RECEIVED

 

Checks received as follows:

 

E911 Fees – Interface Security Systems, Inc. - $8.85

Rent-Burton Clinic – Clay Battelle Health Center - $100.00

Oil & Gas Lease (Royalty) – Stone Energy Corporation

Cable Television Franchise Fee – Suddenlink Communications - $250.00

 

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

 

A check in the amount of $5,340.57 was received from Division of Justice and Community Services as reimbursement of expenses incurred with the Child Advocate Center Grant #15-CAC-21 for the month of April, 2015.

 

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IN RE:  DELINQUENT LIST OF REAL ESTATE—TAX YEAR 2014

 

List of real estate in Wetzel County delinquent for the non-payment of taxes for the year 2014 as verified by the Sheriff and approved by the Wetzel County Commission sent to Glen B. Gainer, III, State Auditor.

 

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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:  REVISION AND 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:  VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTSMAN CLUB—PRESENTATION ON CLUB TRIP TO POCAHONTAS COUNTY

 

The following appeared before the Commission representing the Valley High School Sportsman Club:  Kristi Earley and Jeremy Kelch; Club Advisors, Marissa Shannon and Tyler Stoneking, Club Members; and Chandra Spragg, Chaperone. 

 

They thanked the Commission for their financial contribution which helped make the trip a reality.  A power point presentation was given showing highlights of the trip and different activities available for those students attending.  Activities included tour of fish hatchery, spelunking, fishing, skeet shooting, target shooting as well as demonstrations on trapping and snakes.  Thirty students and nine faculty members made the trip.

 

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IN RE:  CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE—CEBRIDGE ACQUISITION LLC AND ALTICE S.A.—RESOLUTION APPROVING CHANGE OF CONTROL

 

Donald E. Mason moved that the County Commission pass resolution for changing control of cable television franchise from Cebridge Acquistion LLC to Altice S.A.  Seconded by Lawrence P. Lemon.  Vote was unanimous.

 

(Record Resolution)

 

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IN RE:  CHILD ADVOCATE CENTER—REQUEST FOR FUNDING APPROVED

 

Melody Glasscock, Director, Wetzel-Tyler Child Advocate Center, met with the Commission to follow up on request made for funding in the amount of $8,000 for the Child Advocate Center.  She advised that the same request was made to the Tyler County Commission and was approved.  The current child advocate center grant requires a 44% match which can include some in-kind services including accountant services and office space.  Funds from Tyler County will fund expenses (speakers, travel, hotels, meals) for a two day conference for local law enforcement to be held in November, 2015.  A registration fee will be charged to cover some expenses.  Center is also going to be offering on-site mental health services and will be partnering with Well Springs Services’ counselors.  Additionally, new legislation will require more involvement on law enforcement calls where children are present.

 

Lawrence P. Lemon moved to approve donation of $8,000 to the Child Advocate Center for use as matching funds for grant.  Seconded by Donald E. Mason.  Vote was unanimous.

 

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

 

(Record Resolution and Request)

 

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IN RE:  WETZEL-TYLER BOARD OF HEALTH—OATH OF OFFICE AND CERTIFICATE—LAWRENCE P. LEMON

 

Oath of Office and Certificate of Lawrence P. Lemon, Member of the Wetzel-Tyler Board of Health-Filed.

 

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IN RE:  ANIMAL SHELTER—MONTHLY REPORT

 

Monthly Report for Wetzel County Animal Shelter-Filed.

 

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IN RE:  4-H CAMP IMPROVEMENTS (CABINS)—COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION GRANT—FINANCIAL REPORT/REQUEST FOR PAYMENT AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLETION

 

Financial Report/Request for Payment and Certification of Completion for 4-H Camp Improvements-Cabin Project on the $7,500 Community Participation Grant #13LEDA0247 forwarded to the West Virginia Development Office for reimbursement of expenses incurred.

 

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IN RE:  4-H CAMP IMPROVEMENTS (CABINS)—COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION GRANT—FINANCIAL REPORT-REQUEST FOR PAYMENT AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLETION

 

Financial Report/Request for Payment and Certification of Completion for 4-H Camp Improvements-Cabin Project on the $14,000 Community Participation Grant #13LEDA0729 forwarded to the West Virginia Development Office for reimbursement of expenses incurred.

 

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Donald E. Mason moved that the County Commission adjourn to meet Tuesday, June 16, 2015.  Seconded by Lawrence P. Lemon.  Vote was unanimous.

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