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Page 8 -- The Glenville Democrat~athflnder -- Thursday, Mar. 18, 2004 I I I Public Service Commission Advertisement For Bids Of West Virginia The Gilmer County Board of Education will Charleston be accepting sealed bids for sale and removal of Entered by the PUBUC SERVICE the following surplus vehicles. Sealed bids must COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA in the be received by Monday, March 29, 2004 at City of Charleston on the 9th day of 12:00 noon in Gilmer County Board of Educa- March, 2004 tion Offices at 201 N. Court St., Court House Case No. 04-0346-PWD-CN Annex, Gianville, WV 26351. GILMER COUNTY PUBUC SERVICE Bus # 29 93 International, Ward Body, 78 DISTRICT, public corporation, passenger, 360 DT, 6 speed manual tmnsmis- ~.ppllcation for a certificate of onve- sion, fair condition, 90,243 miles. nlence and necessity to construct a water Serial # 1HVBBPEL3PHX75002 line extension to serve areas of South- BUS # 30 94 Intemationel, Amtmm Body, western Gilmer County. 66 passenger, 466DT, automatic transmission, fair condition, 141,149 miles, ~J~.I]~.~JF~JL[~LQ Serial# 1HVBBPNN2RH563902 WHEREAS, on March 9, 2004, the GilmerBus # 34 94 International, Amtram Body, County Public Service District (District) filed an 59 passenger, 360DT, auotmatic manualtrans- application, duly verified, for a certificate to mission, iaircondition, 151,149miles, construct certain additions and improvements Serial # 1HVBBPEL8RH563904 to the water system in Gilmer County. The Bus # 35 95 International, Amtram Body, applicationisontilewithandavaiiable for public 54 passenger, 466DT, 6 speed manual trans- inspection at the Public Service Commission, mission,89,000mites,needstransmissionwork, 201 Brooks Street, in Charleston, West Virginia. Serial # 1HVBBAAL7SH653473 WHEREAS, the District estimates that ~ Bus # 36 95 International, Amtram Body, project will cost approximately $2,940,000. It is 59 passenger, 466DT, Automatic transmission, proposed that the project will be financed as fair condition, 144,910 miles, follows: a loan from the West Virginia Infrastruc- Serial # 1HVBBAAL7SH653473 ture and Jobs Development Council not to ex- The aforementioned equipment may be in- ceed $1,470,000 payable over 40 years at 0% spected upon request by contacting the Bus interest, and a $1,620,OO0 grant from the State Garage at (304) 462-4363. All memhendisa is and Tribal Assistance Grant program, offered for sale with no guarantee or warranty. WHEREAS, the utility anticipates charging All equipment must be paid for by cashier's the following rates for its customers: check and removed on or before April 30, 2004 RATES.' unless other arrangements are made. First 3,000 gallonsusedpermonth-$9.28Each item should be bid individually on per 1 ,OO0 gallons forms provided. Next 3,000 gallons used per month- $8.29 The Gilmer County Board of Education re- per 1,000 gallons serves the right to reject any or all bids. Next 4,000 gallons used per month $7.47 Send bids to: per 1,000 gallons Sue Waggoner, Superintendent Next 10,OO0 gallons used per month $677 GUmer County Schools per 1.,000 gallons 201 N. Court St. Next 20,000gelionsusedpermonth$6.17 Glenville, WV 26351 per 1,000 gallons Attention: Sealed Bids Next 60,OOO gallons used per month $ 5.59 Bids will be accepted pending Board ap- par 1,000 gallons proval. All Over 100,000 gallons used per month Gilmer County Board of Education $5.00 per 1,0OO gallons Legal Class 11t 3-18 No bill will be rendered for less than the following amount depending on the size of meter, West Virginia Department of Transports- to - wit: ~ tion 5/8 inch $ 27.84 per month Division of Highway= 3/4 inch $ 41.76 per month NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 1 inch $ 69.60 per month Sealed proposals will be received by the 1- 1/2 inch $139.20 per month West Virginia Department of TranaportlP 2 inch $ 222.72 per month tion, Division of Highways at its offloa in 3 inch $ 417.60 per month Building Flva, Room A-148, 1900 Kanawha 4 inch $ 696.00 per month Boulevard East, Charleston; West Virginia 6 inch $1,392.00 per month 25305-0430 until 10 a.m. March 23,2004 8 inch $ 2,227.20 per month and said proposals will be pubtily opened and reed immediately thereafter for the DELAYED PAYMENT PENALTY The above tariff is net. On all current usage billings not paid within twenty (20) days, ten percent (10%) will be added to the net current amount unpaid. This delayed payment penalty is not interest and is to be collected only once for each bill where it is appropriate. $25O.OO RECONNECTION CHARGE $20.oo INCREMENTAL COST OF WATER $3.29 per 1,000 gallons. To be used when the bill reflects unusual consumption, which can be attributed to eligible leakage on customer's side of the meter. This rate is used to calculate consumption above the customer's historical average usage RETURNED CHECK FOR INSUFFICIENT If a check received is returned by the bank for any reason, the bank's charge to the Gilmer County Public .District shall be the District's charge to the customer for such a bed check, but such charge to the customer shall not ax- ceed $15.00, PRIVATE FIRE PROTECTION Where connections, hydrants, sprinklers, etc. on private property are maintained by cus- tome~ RATES: 2- inch service line with hydrants, sprin- klers, and / or hose connections $6.00 per month 3- inch service line with hydrants, sprin- klers, and /or hose connections $ 6.30 per month 4- inch service line with hydrants, sprin- klers, and/or hose connections $8.40 per month 6-inch service line with hydrants, sprinklers, and/or hose connections $27.60 par month 8-inch service line with hydrants, sprinklers, and/or hose connections $37.00 per month 10-inch service lin@ with hydrants, spnn- Iders, a nd/or hose connections $42.00 per month 12-inch service line with hydrants, sprin- klers, and /or hose connections $59.60 per month These rates represent no change from the District's current rates. The District has no resale customers. The proposed new customers, in conjunc- tion with a previously approved rate increase, will produce approximately $291,590 annually in additional revenue, an increase of 151%. The requested rates and charges are only a proposal and are subject to change (increases or decreases) by the Public Service Commis- sion in its review of this tiling. Pursuant to 24-2-11, West Virginia Code, IT IS ORDERED that the Gilmer County Public Service District give notice of the filing of said application, by publishing a copy of this order once in a newspaper duly qualified by the Sec- ratan/of State. published and of general circu- lation Gilmer County, making due return to this Commission of proper certification of publica- tion immediately after publib.Stion. Anyone de- siring to protest or intervene should file a written protest or notice of intervention within 30 days following the date of thiS publication unless otherwise modified by Commission order. Fail- ure to timely protest or intervene can affect your right to protest aspects of this certificate case, including any associated rate increases, or to participate in future proceedings. AI! protests or requests to intervene should briefly state the mason for the protest or intervention. Requests to Intervene must comply with the Commission's rules on intervention sel forth in the Commis- sions Rule of Practice and Procedure. All pro- tests and interventions should be addressed to Sandra Squire, Executive. Secretary, P.O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that if no pre- tests are received within said thirty (30) day period, the Commission may waive formal hear- ing and grant the application based on the evidence submitted with said application and its review thereof. FOR THE COMMISSION: Sandra Squire Executive Secretary Legal Class I It 3-18 ............................................................ construction of the following project (s): Call 017 Contract *0336402 State Project S311-0023/00-003.64 00 Description Resurfsclng Rosedale Road 1.21 MI S Co 23/1-2.48 MI S Co 23/1 County: GIImer Proposals will be received from prequalitied and West Virginia licensed contractors only except that on Federal-Aid Projects a contrac- tors' license is not requtred at time of bid, but will be required before work can begin. Registration is required with the Department of Administra- tion, Division of Purchasing, in accordance with Chapter 5A, Article 3, Section 12 of the West Virginia Code. All contractors submitting bids on project(s) must include one of the following forms properly executed with each proposal: Proposal Guaranty Bond, Cashier's Check, or Certified Check for $500.00 or 5% of total bid, whichever is greater. * These are projects on which any contrac- tor with a Category "W" Prequalifications Rating may be eligible to bid. The West Virginia Department of Transpor- tation, Division of Highways reserves the right to defer, delay or postpone the date for receiving and publicly opening proposals for any project - designated in ihls advertisement, without the necessity of renewing such advertisement. All bidders holding valid bidding proposals will be notified of such deferment, delay or postpone- merit and the date that proposals will be re- calved and publicly opened. The West Virginia Department, Division of Highways hereby notifies all bfiJders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full oppor- tunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex or national organ in consideration for an award. West Virginia Department of Transporta- tion Division of Highway= John E. Lewis, Jr., Assistant Secretary for Program Administration Class II-O 3-18(= ....................................................... NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficianes of the Estate of Herbert E. Davis, deceased, All per- sons having claims against the Estate of Herbert E. Davis, whether due or not are notified to exhibit same with the voucher the proof legally verified to the undersigned on or before the 15th day of June, 2004, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. Dated this the 15th of March 2004. C. JOel Shanesy, Rduclary Commissioner \ P.O. Box 133, Gtanvllle, WV 26351 GIImer County, West Virginia Legal Class If 21 3.25 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estate of Robert D. Arnold, deceased, All per- sons having claims against the Estate of Rob- err D. Arnold, whether due or not are notified to exhibit same with the voucher the proof legally verified to the undersigned on or before 15th day of June, 2004, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. Dated this the 15~h of March 2004. Co Joel Shansey, Fiduciary Commissioner P.O. Box 133, Glenville, WV 26351 Gilmer County, West Virginia Legal Claea II 2t 3-25 Gilmer County Information www.gceda.org A UTO DErA/UN6 Inc. Professional Services Offered: Wash Only, Inside Cleaned, Wax, Steam Seats, Steam Carpet, Engine Cleaned. * Call for an appointment! Men. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. P.O. Box 159. Glenville, WV 26351. (304) 4624881 To help Gilmer County move ahead economi- cally, jointhe EDA! New members are wel- come. Call Jim or Justin at 304-462-8098! CITY OF GLENVILLE GILMER COUNTY POLICE CITATIONS S !ERIFF'S DEPT. On March 4, 2004, Jason Rey CRASH REPORT Wilfong,22,ofJaneLew, wascitedby On March 12, 2004, Kristi Ann Glenville City Police for drinking in McWhirter, 33, of Glenville, dnving a public from an open container.2002 Chevrolet, was backing out of On March 6, 2004, Jessica Dawnher garage when she struck an unat- Barczyk,20,ofNormantown, wascited tended 1998 Chrysler, owned by by Glenville City Police for expired Veronica McCune of Glenville. registration and expiredptates. On March 12, 2004, John G. On March 2, 2004, Christopher Foundray, 36, of Waston, driving a Robin Peters, 21, of Weston, was 1994 Plymouth, was traveling North~ cited by Glenville City Police for drink- on SRs 33/119 when his vehicle struck ing in public from an open container, adeerontheGlenvillesideofStewart's Creek Hill. The deer then moved in the You must look into people, as path of a 1993 Plymouth Sundance, driven by, Charlene M. Hands, 32, of well as at them. Glenville. Both cars reported front- ---Lord Chesterfield end damage. Dr. Pascasio will no longer be seeing patients in his Glenville office starting April 1. Please schedule appointments with the Weston Office at Thank you for your ..The first eyeglass bif(tcals more than s9.7 MILLION in all games and prize amounts claimed in Jantlary 2004 Philip Richmond D~a Shreve Tarnika WiltenHillard Wal{is Michael ColemanBololoie EstaO Rock Creek Racine, OH Beckley Sc~thside ~ Frametow~ $10,000 $20.000 $100,000 $15,000 $1OO,000 3 Card Cash 533 $50 Winners 17 $500 W'mners Dadene Lacy, Chark~ton $10,000 Ruth Mutiny, Elizabeth $10,000 Bah ~s 248 $50 Winners 14 $100 Winners 8 $500 Winners Charles Dawson, Hinton $6,000 Cad Nichols, Elkview $6,000 Big Kitty Wdliam Davi~, Crab Orchard $5,000 Ruth A. Hickrnan, Richwcod $5,000 Cash Cow Rohr, Av~la, PA $1,000 Ceshword K~'t)erty Attrition, Spring Hill $3,000 Robert Hunt, Leon $15,000 Kristin Sr~,~er, Wheeling $3,000 Cool Nights/Hot Days John C, undiff, Lexington. 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KY $3,OO0 ,Nor, zo F~Zey. ,~artxo $3,0O0 Tm~y Thrope, O~teston $3,0OO vegas ~r~o Christina Bai~, Morgantown $t,0OO Barb Smed~, Folanst~e $1.000 Vegas Showtkne 686 $50 W1rmers Kmt~dy Bahanna, Weirton $1 ,OO0 Christopher I-lurd, ~on $10.000 Patty Muins, Paynesv~ $~,0OO Argle Potter. ~ $1,0OO David ,~%op, Maidsville $1.000 Della StlmVe, ~, OH $10,000 v~ky W~rn, Na~0(xt, OH $1,000 Veterans Cash 4 2 $100 Wkmers Veterans Cash 5 37 $100 Wlneers 35 $500 Winners White Ice 8's Jack ~, Urton $8,OO0 V~c~ia Fugate, Chateston $8,000 ~th Hamdck. St. Albans $8.000 ~ E. Harron. ;888 Winter Green 301 $500 Wineem James Evans: Mount Hope $1,000 Ruby Grogen. ParkersbLrg $1.500 Abraham, Riladetl:~nia, PA $100,000 Bak~n, Rupert $~,000 Fr"~ Basin, Ma,-ietta, OH $1,100 David Bodkin. No,ton $1OO,000 Ca'v*n Bo~, St. Ma~ $5,0OO W~'na Bov~ing, Princeton $5,000 Juta ~xrr.~a, Huntington $5,ooo Marie DOI~, Hlsbomugh, NC $5,000 Chuck EOdleman, Bki~s $1,1OO Bot~e F_step, Franetown $1OO,0OO w-a~ Ra,~m. w~ Maid SS.000 Jemj LiMbo, Sykasv~e, MD $5,000 M=k MUW. Bar~ey S~ngs =~,0OO Anna MBer, Buc~hmnon $100,000 H~en Pa~. Shac~n~b. OH $&022 Cada Ray, Ct~deston $100,oo0 Mary S~mon, Une~a $5.OO0 Jotm Staw~t, Brunswk~, MD $5,000 Marg~ n~ Pa~ers~urg $5,0OO Emest Vanover, ~ $5,0OO P41m:l wais, Souglsk~ $1OO,000 D~=me BatUsta, Weiton $800 Daniel F~k. ChiIcott~, OH $1 ,(300 Lawrence Guthrie, St./Ubens t~OO Alan Huff, E Uvemoa, OH $800 Rite Lyons, Charleston $1,0OO D,~e Morgan, Cttades Town $800 Dav~ Myra. Bused $1.0OO Wiiam W. Perry, 111, Eluef~td $1t)0 Richard ROSy, M~gantown $1.OO0 Louis Pl.iff~, ~ $10,000 Joy L ~ Budin, gton $1,C(X) T&~T~age W. ,Sexton, La Plata, MD $2,000 C.,onr~e Vamp, Bunker Hil $2,000 EckB Woodward, Chedes ~ $1,0OO Jaeat ~, Fimont $25,000 Ka~tl God~ Wagon i~,000 Pau~ Hugg~ New Ma'UnsvIe ~&OOO F~I~ ~ RO~ Creak $2&OOO Dale watidn~ Oek HI $25.OO0 Wmm'n D. Wt, Insmu~ $25,OO0 Information: 1-800-WVA-CASH or www.wvlottery.com Please play responsibly. FACTS OF LAW By F. John Oshoway Certified Crimimd Trial I..m,,y y .B.TJL A federal appeals court in Colo- rado has ruled that the City of Den- ver can show preferences to con- struction companies owned by mi- norities and women, thereby up- holding that city's affirmative ac- tion law. ,at. that rules of companies requirin~ workers to speak only English while at work are presumed to be illegal. Almost every local community prohibits excessive, unnecessary and unreasonable noise, and police departments enforce these laws. NUISANCES Zome public vim lations when they violate public rights and produce an injury com- mon to all oersons and to rights enjoyed by Citizens as part of the public. *** Su nor Court ThePennsylvania ~ "... has ruled that carbon dtox~de ts a pollutant and may theretore, trig- ger a pollution exclusion in an in- surance policy. Brought to you as a public service by F. John Oshoway P.O. Box 156 Grantsviile, WV 26147 354-9204 t,'o ;"F;F;'I c-:T , Columbia West Virginia Corporation is seeking to buy standing timber and logs in North Central West Virginia. Columbia can also provide management plans for landowners to help in wildlife and timber management. Please Call: - George Barr 304) 765-7689 or Charles Sperry (304) 622-6782. I1 Serving Gilmer & surrounding Counties Since 1953 For your home, autO, life, health and long-term ar~ motorcycle, flood, insurance, & bonds. CLOSED,