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Page 6B The Glenville Democrat Thursday, April 9, 2009 WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION OF WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT 601 57TH ST. CHARLESTON, WV 25304 WATERS PROPOSED FOR TMDL DEVELOPMENT IN 2012 The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announces the preliminary selection of streams and tmpairments for 2012 TMDL development, This TMDL development effort will involve detailed assessment of the water quality of streams in specific geographical areas of West Virginia Hydrologic Group D watersheds and will culmmate in TMDLs for impaired waters by December 31. 2012. The federal Clean Water Act. Section 303(d) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Water Quality Planning ano Management Regulations. 40CFR Part 130.7. requires DEP to develop Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for impaired waters. An "imoaired water" is a water body that fails to meet state water quality standards. Known impaired waters are identified on the West Virginia Section 303(d) list. A TMDL is a ptan of action used to clean up polluted waters. TMDLs identify problematic pollution sources and prescribe the pollutant reductions needed for the stream to meet water quality standards. The DEP TMDL development program =s synchronized with West Virginia's Watershed Manage- ment Framework. Organization under the framework allows the DEP to efficiently and systematically accomplish statewide TMDL development by regulatory deadlines. In accordance with the program ptan TMDLs issued by the DEP =n 2012 should relate to bmpaired waters in Hydrologic Group D watersheds. 2012 TMDL development is proposed in the Monongahela and Little Kanawha River watersheds. In the Monongahela River watersneo, DEP proposes assessment of Monongahela,River tributaries located between the confluence of the West Fork and Tygart Valley overs and the West Virginia/Pennsylvania border. This effort will address all imoairments of Monongahela River tributaries that are identified on the West Virginia 2008 Section 303(d) list. which may be viewed at Due to aluminum and manganese water quality standard revis ons aria potentially changed sources and water quality conditions, the effort will also include reassessment of previous mine-drainage relateC TMDLs developed by EPA Region III in 2002. In the Little Kanawha River watershed. DEP proposes assessment of streams in the Steer Creek. South Fork of Hughes River. Goose Creek. Tanner Creek. and Leading Creek watersheds. In addition. the pH impairments of Right Fork of Little Kanawha River. Get Out Run and an unnamed tributary of Little Kanawha at over mile 165.34 will be addressed. In the sublect watersheds, identified impatrments relate to non-attainment of fecal coliform bacteria, pH. iron. aluminum, manganese, and lead numeric water quality criteria. Many waters are also biologically impaired, with unidentified causative stressors, New water quality monitoring and pollutant source tracking activities will provide reliable information to develop TMDLs and also generate the information necessary to identify the significant stressors associated with biological impairment. The pre-TMDL monitoring may identify tmpairments in addition to those described on the 2008 Section 303(d) list, To the extent practical, this project will include TMDL development for the newly identified imoairments. TMDLs for the mainstems of the Monongahela River Little Kanawha and Hughes Rivers are not proposed in this effort. For selected waters, the TM DL development process will begin in 2009 with a major data collection effort. Pre-TMDL water quality monitoring and source tracking activities will start in the summer of 2009 and TMDLs will be finalized by December 31. 2012 Prior to the beginning of the sampling and source tracking efforts, public meetings will be conducted to discuss the TM DL development process and the DEP's monitoring plans, and provide an opportunity for input regarding potential sources and sampling sites. The public will have several other opportu qities to be involved throughout the TMDL development orocess. Individuals wantinq to offer information or comment on the proposed selections should do so by May 11. 2009. Comments should be directed to: West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Division of Water and Waste Management Steve Young, Attention: Proposed 2012 TMDLs 601 57th Street, S.E. Charleston, WV 25304 Phone: (304) 926-0495, Fax: (304) 926-0496. TDD (304) 926-0489.or E-mail: Stephen.A.Young @ WV Dept. of Environmental Protection Legal Class II 2t 4-16 ............................................................................................................................. 2009 - 2010 Fiscal Year Levy Estimate STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA MUNICIPALITY OF GLENVILLE In accordance with Code 11-8-14, as amended, the Council proceeded to make an estimate of the amounts necessary to be raised by levy of taxes for the current fiscal year. and does determine and estimate the several amounts to be as follows: CURRENT REGULAR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES ESTIMATE The amount due and the amount that will become due and collectable from every source during the following fiscal year INCLUDING THE LEVY OF TAXES, is as follows: REVENUE SOURCE Unencumbered Balance (July 1) 48.768 Current Tax Receivable 114,298 Supplemental Taxes 50 Prior Taxes 500 Tax Penalties And Interest 200 Gas & Oil Severance Tax 1,500 IRP Fees 2.500 Gaming Income 10,000 Excise Tax On Utilities 50.000 Business And Occupation Tax 70.000 Wine And Liquor Tax 15.000 Fines Fees and Court Costs 2.200 Parking Violations 2.500 Licenses 5,500 Building Permit Fees 250 Franchise Fees 3.900 Private Liquor Club Fee 500 Municipal Service Fee 25,000 Parking Revenues 2.700 Interest Earned On Investment 25 Accident Reports 125 Miscellaneous 1,000 Total Revenues 356,516 ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENDITURES Office of Mayor 13.018 Members of Council 8.074 Office of Recorder 4.007 Office of Treasurer 12.061 Regional Developmenl 900 Planning Commission 1.500 City Hall 65,968 Police Department 172.872 Fire Hydrants 3.122 Street Department 58.080 Street Lights 16.200 Libranes 500 Contingencies 214 TOTAL ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENDITURES 356.516 COAL SEVERANCE TAX FUND REVENUE $OUROE Unencumbered Balance (July 1) 5,200 Coal Severance Tax 5.800 Interest Earned On Investment 12 Total Revenues 11,012 ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENDITURES city Hall 9.692 Street Department 1,320 TNTAI ESTIMATED CURRENT F)PFNDITIIRFR 11 O19 FREE DIRECTV 4 ROOM SYSTEM! 265+ ALL DIGITAL CHANNELS! 130 HD CHANNELS! 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Toll Free 866-695-7935 ASSESSED VALUATIONS- PROPOSED LEVY RATES AND TAXES LEVIED FOR ALL PURPOSES (RATES ARE STATED IN CENTS PER EACH $100 VALUATION) Rates Class I 12.50 6.25 Personal Property 0 0 0 Public Utility Property 0 0 0 Total Class I 0 0 0 Class II 25.00 12.50 Real Estate 5,853,400 " 14.634 7,317 Personal Property 127.666 319 160 Total Class II 5,981,066 14.953 7,477 Class IV 50.00 25.00 Real Estate 12,982,370 64.912 32,456 Personal Property 7,033.841 35.169 17,585 Public Utility Property 2,048,203 10.241 5,121 Total Class IV 22,064.414 110,322 55,162 Total Assessed Value 28,045,180 Total Projected Property Revenue 125 275 62.639 Less: Estimated, Delinquencies, exoneration's uncollectables, and discounts 8,644 4,322 Total Projected Property Tax Collection 116.63t 58.317 Assessors Fund (2%) 2,333 Net Amount to be Raised by Levy of Property 114,298 58,317 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF GILMER MUNICIPALITY OF GLENVlLLE, TO-WIT: I Cathy S. Nolan, Recording Officer of said municipality, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record of orders made and entered by the council of said municipality on the 18th day of March, 2009. Given under my hand this 18th day of March, 2009. Cathy S. Nolan. Recorder The City of Glenville Legal Class I1-0 2t 4-16 .................................................................................................................................. ROSHEI.LS ANTIQUES.,- - LA'00AWA'ZSAWL00LF- r" .00il '  145 MAIN AVE. WESTON l OPEN MON-SAT 9-5, SUN 1-5 PM 1 0 J Brtng in thin ad for 10 V0 off! I f I I - Reco00 J LAYAWAYS AVAILABLE ['t'  145 MAIN AVE. WESTON I I t 304-269-2877 ...) Courthouse News Sheriff's Department Citations & Reports Aaron Kittle was charged with a registration violation, no proof of in- surance, driving under the influence. and driving with a suspended license: According to Sgt. Larry Gerwig, on Sunday, March 1. 2009, Christina Junkins, age 28. of Glenville, driving a 2007 Saturn on Ellis Road, lost control and rolled over an embank- ment. The driver was charged with first offense D.U.I. According to Sgt. Larry Gerwig, on Sunday, March 1. 2009. Ricky E. Radcliff, age 53. of Cox's Mills, was driving a 1987 Chevy truck on Rt. 47 when he lost control, went left of cen- ter. and collided with a 2003 Nissan truck that was driven by James Ray Woodson, of Selbyville. Both ve- hicles had extensive damage, and no injunes were reported. According to Sgt. Larry Gerwig, on Sunday, March 1. 2009. Fredrick Lee Bash. age 41, of Glenville was travel- ing on Rt. 18. near Troy, in a 2006 Ford truck when he lost control, left the roadway, hit a ditch, then hit a rock cliff. The driver was transported to Stonewall Jackson Hospital. and the passenger. Patricia K, Bash, was flown from the scene to CAMC in Charleston. The incident is under investigation, According to Deputy Mark White, on Saturday, March 7, 2009, Michael Hess,age 45, of Glenville, was driving a 1979 Chevy truck on Kelly Run, when the vehicle's leaf spring broke and pulled away from the frame, This caused the vehicle to jerk to the left, sending it into a ditch and then into a rock face. According to Sgt. Larry Gerwig, on Saturday, March 28, 2009 Christo- pher Mark Sampson, age 23, of Mill- stone, was driving a 1997 Chevy Malibu south on Midd e Run Road, in Gilmer County. The driver stated that he swerved to miss a deer, ran into a ditch, came back across the road, and hit a tree. The vehicle then caught on fire. Neither the driver northe passen- ger, Nancy Kirby, was injured in the accident. The incident is under inves- tigation, Misdemeanor Gilmer County Magistrate's Court On February 15, Jason M. Gold- smith was charged with writing a worthless check to Glenville Foodland; On April 4. Jacob E. Kelley was charged with obstructing an officer and driving on a suspended license. Courthouse News Worthless Checks Stephanie L. Frymier was charged with writing a worthless check to Go- Mart in the amount of $44.52 Civil Cases Booth & McCarthy filed suit against Tonya Ann Bush; Loretta Pritt filed suit against Am- ber Furrow; Riverview Apartments filed suit against Jimmy Byrd; .Bob Henry Baber filed suit against HCJ Studios. Circuit Court Divorce Records Cristy Jo McCune, 23, of Normantown, divorced Bobby Shamblin, 40, of Frametown; Christine Gainey, 35, of Glenville, divorced William Gainey, 23, address unknown; Vicki Low, her, 57, of Jane Lew, divorced Robert Lowther, 60, of Linn; Jackie Howes, 37, of Glenville di- vorced Sheri McCune, 35, of Glen- ville; Ricky Lee Townsend, 47, of Cox's Mills, divorced Kimberly Townsend, of Akron, OH; Jeffrey K. Ball, 38, of Big Springs, divorced Linda K. Ball, 50, of Big Springs; Toby A. Ward, 37, of Grantsville, divorced Leslie D. 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Ptolemy ca. 150 ADt. said there were not more than 3.000. The telescope was invented in 1608 AD. about 400 years ago, and man learned that the stars are numberless. God 9romised Abraham his seed would be as numberless as the stars in the heavens, and as the grains of sand on the seashores Genesis 22:17). Can you count the grains if sand? Supporting The Earth. For centuries men had various theories about what was holding up the earth: even in the days of Columbus, men feared sailing too far from land. lest they sail off the edge of the earth. With the circumnavigation of Magellan, we learned that the earth is round and is supported by nothing. As early as Job. the Bible declared that the earth was hanging upon nothing. (Job 27:7). Paths Of The Seas. Matthew Fontaine,Maury (1806-1873), US Naval officer and scientist, discovered currents in the ocean after reading Psalm 8:8. where The Bible speaks about paths in the seas How did David know there were paths in the seas? The Eighth Day. 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