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Thursday, April 3, 2003 --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 13 vations are encouraged, but not nec- essary: 462-4109 ext. 302. Assessed Values Tax Purposes $ 8576578 $ 8 576578 $ 55824 449 2 157,408 $ 57,981.857 .$$ 33,005,810 69.485.200 45.971,166 $ 148.462,176 10.318.260 7431,832 2.001 667 $ 19 751,459 $ 234,772,070 Deh~,e 500% Z.00~ SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED LEVY RATES For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2004 G~lmer Coun~ Bo=~ o~ Ed~cat~n , tO be raise@ by a ~e,wy od titces for tie puq0o-=,$ end ~ tile feints Pcell~lOe~ bY $tact4e or g levy rite1 t0 be ~len~NI 4, Excess Levy Iml~rovemerd ~ Taxes Levied Taxes Levied Taxes Levied Taxes LeiRed C~HMI* J C~$$ I Cl,l~S I C1~1~$ i Rate ~ Rate ~=~11 Rite -. Rite - . $ ~7.565 $ 7 873 $ $ " " $ ! 7,565 $ 7 873 Clas'i II Rate -lJL.t~ $ 228.657 $ 102494 8,837 3 961 $ 237 494 $ 106.455 CIM4 m Rate - ]fL/2 $ 270.384 $ 121,197 569,223 255.150 376,596 168.806 $ 1216.203 $ 545153 $ $ C~s II Class It Ctarlr.s II Rate - Rate - Rate - Gilts Ig C144S Ill Ckml III Rate - Rate -~ Rm $ $ Class IV Cb~s IV C~s IV CUm$ IV Rate -~ Rate -~ Rm - ~ Rate - $ 84.527 $ 37889 $ 60.879 27.289 18 398 7.350 $ 161 r804 $ 72 528 $ $ 1 .63,3.066 $ 732,009 $ (81663) I~.~O0) ~- (32.SSU 114.~0) $ 1.518,752 (30.375) S 1.488,377 $ 680.769 S .evles $ 2.169.146 r e~=ct~ons ~ certJmd COpy c~ of votes must be on fde wnt~ the St~ae Au~tO$ O~tc~ ~ the Dep~rttr~,~t O~ E~bo~ ppro-..ed by t~e Slate Au~c~ SIGNED THIS 2STH DAY OF MARCH, 20(13 BY: Court 2003. ~nen vs. Penney .00. Date Filed: vs. Troy Adkins. Date Filed: 03-25- lemar vs. John $1000.00. Date Amount: 04-01.03. Court Kohler for Worth- ed: 03-28-03. ed: 03-28-03. 03-28-03. Stewart for Date Charged: 03- 03-28-03. Frederick for by Glenville City Powers for Un- Cited by State 03-19-03. Court raffic Blizzard, Jr., Cited by State 03-24-03. Henddckk for State Police. King for Escape of Natu- "ged: 03-25- $ $ $ -J.- S $ $ $ U~lta II be iwa~alde for public Cou=I Street. ~lle, WV at Jr., for of Natural Re- 03-25-03. Court Checks ce Station vs. am. Amount: ee Station vs. Amount: $53.87. Station vs. Amount: $45.63. $ Station vs. Amount: $50.00. Station vs. Jo Loraine Rowe. Amount: $5.00. Date Filed: 03-24-03. Tomblin's Service Station vs. Stephanie Frymier. Amount: $33.05. Date Filed: 03-24-03. Tomblin's Service Station vs. Amanda Jenkins. Amount: $41.97. Date Filed: 03-24-03. Tomblin's Service Station vs. Betty Wine. Amount: $40.00. Date Filed: 03-24-03. Tomblin's Service Station vs. Melisse Muncy. Amount: $91.27. Date Filed: 03-24-03 Tomblin's Service Station vs. Krystal Cunningham. Amount: 39.60. Date Filed: 03-24-03. U-Pak vs. Jamie Self. Amount:" $15.90. Date Filed: 03-26-03. U-Pak vs. Jamie Self. Amount: $38.91. Date Filed: 03-26-03. U-Pakvs. TammyWolfe. Amount: $25.19. Date Filed: 03-26-03. U-Pakvs. Tammy Wolfe. Amount: $36.08. Date Filed: 03-26-03. U-Pak vs. Tina D. Cooper. Amount: $202.89. Date Filed: 03-26- 03. U-Pak vs. Tina D. Cooper. Amount: $294.35. Date Filed: 03-26- 03. U-Pak vs. Tina Do Cooper. Amount: $105.73. Date Filed: 03-26- 03. U-Pak vs. Sheila Marks. Amount: $12.72. Date Filed: 03-26-03. U-Pak vs. Sheila Marks. Amount: $137.50. Date Filed: 03-26-03. U-Pak vs. David Watson. Amount: $59.17. Date Filed: 03-26-03. U-Pak vs. Krystal Cunningham. Amount: $28.15. Date Filed: 03-26- 03. U-Pak vs. Tammie Prater. Amount: $100.03. Date Filed: 03-26- 03. Glenville Citgo vs. Nancy Smarr. Amount: $40.56. Date Filed: 03-27- 03. / Sue F watxloel~.~.ou~y Supennze',~e~ Legal Class II 4-10ch Gienville Citgo vs. Joshua Cottrell. Amount: $24.53. Date Filed: 03-27-03. Glenville Citgo vs. Amanda Stewart. Amount: $28.00. Date Filed: 03-27.03. Glenville Citgo vs. Tammie Prater. Amount: $10.80. Date Filed: 03-27-03. Glenville Foodland vs. Florence Shiflet. Amount: $5.00. Date Filed: 03-28-03. City Police Traffic Citations On Tues., Mar. 25, at 2:30pm, Sheldon Martin, 21, of Harrisburg, VA, was cited for Speeding near the Good Shepherd Catholic Church on i~ ~i~k- Mineral Road. The citation was is- sued by the Glenville City Police. City Police Traffic Reports On Wed., Mar. 26 at 12:30pm, a 1997 Dodge Intrepid, owned by Mary McCullough, of Glenville, was struck by persons unknown in Foodland Plaza, denting the left-front fender. The Glenville City Police investigated the incident. On Wed., Mar. 26 at 1:05pm, Carl Carr, 69, of Sand Fork, owning and driving a 1993 ASM truck, was travel- ing east on Rte. 5 in front of Foodland Plaza when Curtis Wayne Murphy, 25, of Brohard, driving and owning a 1996 Ford Mustang, turned onto Flte. 5 just in front of Mr. Carr. Mr. Carr was unable to stop and struck the Mus- tang broadside on the driver's side. No injunes were reported, and Mr. Murphy was issued a citation for No Registration. Drake's Towing trans- ported the Mustang to its Glenville garage, and the Glenville City Police investigated the incident. Sheriff's Department Traffic Reports On Sun., Mar. 23 at 8:15pm, Miranda Riddle, 20, dnving a 1988 Pontiac Bonneville, was traveling south across Third Run Hill when she crossed the center line and struck a 2001 Dodge truck driven by Stewart Echard, 39, of Parkersburg. No cita- tions were issued, and no injuries were reported. The Sheriff's Department investigated the incident. On Sun., Mar. 30 at approximately 3:00pm, Walker Smith, 78, of Cedarville, owning and driving a 1993 CheW S-10, was traveling east on Rt. 5 in front of Smith Land Surveying when he struck a 1989 Ford Escort, driven by Katherine Osborne, 42, of Glenville, while Ms. Osborne was at- tempting a left turn onto Sycamore. No injuries were reported, and no cita- tions were issued. The Sheriff's De- partment investigated the incident. On Men., Mar. 31 at 3:4Opm, Curtis Williamson, 34, of Lima, OH, driving a tractor-trailer owned by Ovemight Transport, was traveling north on Rtes~ 33/119 on Normantown hill, when he failed to swing wide enough for a curve and the trailer partially slid over the embankment. No injuries were reported, and no citations were is- sued. The Sheriff's Department in- vestigated the wreck. 0000 a tractor-trailer, owned by and dnven by John Langford, 53, of Weston, on Rtes. 33/119 near Baldwin when the load of the curve near SS Service, causing the trailer to were reported, and the wreck was Department. Goings 2003-2004 Fiscal Year Levy Estimate (Budget) STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF GILMER In accordance with WV Code "11-8-10, as amended, the Commission proceeded to make an estimate el the amounts necessary to be raised by a levy of taxes for the current year, and doth determine and estimate the several amounts to be as follows: COUNTY COMMISSION LEVY ESTIMATE (BUDGET) 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 FUND REVENUE SOURCE 299 Unencumbered Balance (July 1) $ 13,944 301 Ad Valero Property Taxes (NET) 301 Supplemental Taxes 40(] 301 Public Utility 301 Prior Year Taxes 302 Tax Interest --~"--'~r'JT0" 302 Publication Fees "--'-'-'~T0~0~ 303 Dog Taxes 800 304 Property Transfer Tax TB~'O~ 306 Oil & Gas Severance Tax 312 Synthetic Fuel Tax "~ 319 Farm Use Permits 50 328 Magistrate Court Fees 500 329 Service of Process 1,000 330 Sheriffs Earnings 500 331 County Clerks Earnings "----'~'~0"(T 332 Circuit Clerks Earnings 2,000 334 Accident Fees 200 335 Motor Vehicle License 1,700 336 Map Sales 100 340 Rent 0 346 E911 Fees ~'~'00- 348 Franchise Fees 200 350 IRP Fees "~ 361 Fines, Fees and Court Costs 200 365 Interest on Investments "~ 366 Miscellaneous Receipts 500 367 Sheriffs Commission 369 Commissions 100 372 Filing Fees "---'----~"~ 373 Video Lottery ' 200 376 Royalties 380 Cot-County Levy - Ext, Of. "---"--2~ 380 Cot-BE Levy - Ext. Of. 382 Refunds and Reimbursements 1,000 391 Dog & Kennel Reimbursements "~ 394 General School Fund 0 395 Magistrate Court Reimbursements 100 397 Payroll Reimbursements "-------~ 399 Transfers Assessor's Valuation Fund "-"--'-37~ ESTIMATED GENERAL FUND REVENUES $ General Fund ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES General Government Expenditures County Commission 187,435 County Clerk 175,742 Circuit Clerk 99,893 Sheriff 150,647 Prosecuting Attorney 83,520 Assessor 160,467 Assessor's Valuation Fund 37,468 Statewide Computer Network 32,518 Extension Office 37~000 Elections 22,500 Magistrate Court 2,000 Circuit Court 1,500 Civil Service 100 Courthouse 93,414 Other Buildings 4,000 Regional Development Authority '2,000 Economic Development 1,000 Helipad 1,600 Contingencies 43_~906 Total General Government Expenditures 1,136,710 Public Safety Expenditures Sheriff - Law Enforcement 111,028 Sheriff - Service of Process 35,352 Regional Jail Emergency Services 1,000 Communications Center Total Public Safety Expenditures 2991083 Health & Sanitation Expenditure Dog Warden 9,009 Mental Health 2,000 Vital Statistics 100 Litter Control 4,000 Total Health & Sanitation Expenditures 15.100 Culture & Recreation Expenditures Summer Youth 500 Total Culture & Recreation Expenditures 500 GRAND TOTAL .~ COAL SEVERANCE FUND REVENUE5 Unencumbered Balance(July 1) 0 Coal Severance Tax 15,000 Interest on Investment 30._.00 Total Estimated Coal Severance Fund EXPENDITURES t~eglonal Jail I, Beverly Marks, Clerk of the County Commission of said county, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the records made and entered by said Commission on the 20th day of March 2003. Clerk of the Gilmor County Commission GCHS PARENT-TEAcHER Legal Class It-O 4-3ch CONFERENCE-APRIL 16 Upper West Fork Community Park YOUTH GROUP We are trying to raise $2200 to take Gilmer County High School will con- and Fire Department at Chloe, WV eight Glenvile Youth to aYouth Rally duct a parent-teacher conference on Saturday, April 12, from 4 p.m. - ? night on Wednesday, April 16 from 2003. This is a rally where over 4-7 p.m. All parents are encouragedFAMILY FUN NIGHT 12,000 United Methodist Youth gather to take an active and supportive par1 Cox's Mills Community will be spon- at University of Knoxville to learn in their child's education. We look soring a fun night, Saturday, April 5 about the love Jesus has for us and forward to seeing you at parent- at 6:00 pm. Join the fun with bingo to have a great and life changing time. teacher conference, cake walks, box social, white elephant We will be having a car wash on April sales and concessions. 5 at Mountaineer Mart by Foodland RAMP DINNER from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please come There will be a Ramp Dinner at the TRINITY UNITED METHODIST by and support the teens of Gilmer CLEAN-UP PROJECT The Little Kanawha Byway - Cedar Creek Backway Coalition will partici- pate in the 2003 statewide Clean-up/ Great American Clean-up, April 1-13. For information please contact Jim Bailey at 462-7545. GILMER COUNTY PSD The regular monthly meeting of the GCPSD Board of Directors will be on Monday, April 7, 2003 at 232 W. Main Street at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. MEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNA- MENT There will be a men's basketball tour- nament on April 5 & 6 at Gilmer County High School. For entry fee or more information, contact Kelly Ratcliff at 462-7360or 462-7454 or contact Wendel Tomblin at 462-7717 or 462- 7182. COMMUNITY SHOWCASE Wanted: A few concerned, commit- ted citizens willing to work for positive change in Gilmer County. Come to the Community Showcase 115 E. Main St. on Friday, April 4, noon til ?. refreshments and children's activities provided. For more information, call 462-7545. Church Activities THE PROPHETS QUARTET from the Milton area will be worship- ping in song this Sunday, April 6, at the Church of God of Phophecy at Sand Fork. Services will begin at 10:00 a.m. Everyone is welcome for this time of worship in word and song. For further information, please call 462-4278. County. Any questions or if you want to donate to us, please contact Cindy Langman at 462-4716 or Mike Ford at Trinity UMC at 462-5171. ORAL HISTORY WORKSHOP sponsored by Glenville State College and the Vandalia Heritage Founda- tion, will be offered for anyone inter- ested in recording oral history. (Vet- erans, family history, educators...) Friday, Apnl 4th from 1- 4 pm in the Verona Mapel room at Glanville State College's Heflin Student Union. Ample parking will be available. Light refreshments will be served. Reser- l I I t t TANNER CHAPEL REVIVAL I will be from March 31 - April 4 at 7 I p.m. Speakers: Wednesday thru Fri- day Mike Kirby. Everyone Welcome! t Pastor Affred Hickman. SPRING MEETING The Wesleyan District of United Meth- odist Women are holding their Spring Meeting at the First United Methodist Church in Clark~sburg on April 12 from ! 9 a.m. to noon. They are having a 1 baby shower for Mary's Cradle in I Bluefield, WV. Please bring baby and toddler items and any new or good used maternity clothes. UNITED METHODIST WOMEN ANNUAL RETREAT The West Virginia Conference of United Methodist Women will hold their annual Spiritual Growth Retreat at Jackson's Mill on April 3 and 4 OR April 5 and 6. The leader will be Dr. Heather Murray Elkins. Registration from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the first day and ends with lunch on second day. Our Neighbors WOMEN & WISDOM On Sat., April 5 at 8 p.m, Julie Adams and Karen Vuranch will star in "Pot- luck, Stories and Songs about Women, Wisdom and Food" at Land- mark Studio for the Ads, Main Street, Sutton. For into call, 765-3766; on the web: Tickets are available at the door. FULL BOARD MEETING The Region Vi Workforce Investment "Full"Board will meet Thursday, April 10, 2003 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon at the Vision Appalachia-Chest- nut Ridge Community Center located in Philippi. For more information about the meeting, contact Jeffery G. Smith at (304) 368-9530. REGION Vl WIB BUSINESS PLAN AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC RE- VIEW The 2003-2004 operational/business plan for the Region VI Workforce In- vestment Board (WlB) can be re- viewed at the following locations: the Region VI WORK4WV Career Cen- ters (former Job Services offices) lo- cated in Fairmont, Morgantown, Elkins and Clarksburg and the Region VI WlB's website at It may also be requested by calling the Region VI WIB office at (3~)4) 368-9530. Comments on the plan can be mailed to: Jeff Smith, Execu- tive Director; Region VI WIB; 107- 109 Adams St., Ste 140; Fairmont, WV 26554. Comments will be ac- cepted through April 9, 2003. BENEFIT AUCTION The Rosedale Community Center wilt be holding a special Benefit Auction, April 12th. All donations are tax de- ductible, and 100% of all funds do- nated will go towards the purchase price of $15K for the building. The Center will be open for donations Tuesday - Thursday 5pm : 7pm. Please call Clark & Dani Ramsey 364-4398, or Danny & Kathy McCumbers 364-8242, for more information.Please feel welcome to join us, and support this community initiative. This activity is being sup- ported in part by the West Virginia Family Leadership Project, which is provided by the Governor's Cabinet on Children and Families. The Rosedale Community Center is a non-profit organization, developed and maintained by the Rosedale com- munity. r AW ~IW,~,~ ,aV,4B' ,IF,41~ Alr Construction Farm Mobile Service Fluid Fill 7 DAYS A WEEK