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||JHid, JIHLA I Ii I:, - _ ,> _ ' - ||ililUillliJli ellil[|il|niHIllnil Thursday, April 23, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat -- Page 7A Continued l'mm left GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2010 Levy Taxes STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. Rate/S100 Levied GILMER COUNTY. to wit: Class IV In accordance with West Virginia Code 11-8-12 as amended, the Gilmer County Board of Education proceeded to make an estimate of the amounts Real Estate 34.60 47.421 necessary to be raised by a levy of taxes for the 2009 fiscal year, and doth determ;,nG and estimate the several amounts to be as follows: Personal Property 27,245 The amount due and the amount that will become due and collectible from every source during the fiscal year INCLUDING THE LEVY OF TAXES, Public Utilities 7,485 is a follows: GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2010 Total Class IV 82,151 Total Assessed Valuation and Projected Gross Tax Collections $989,990 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. Less Allowance for GILMER COUNTY tc wit Uncoliectibles. Exonerations Edward T. Toman, Secretary of the Gilmer County Board of Education, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the proposed budget and Delinquencies 5.00% (49,500) being considered for adoption by the board of education on the 1 lth day of May 2009. Less Allowance for Tax Discounts 2.00% (18,810) Edward T. Toman Secretary of the Board of Education Projected Net Taxes to be Collected _rm n n m r . m n Bond Levy Levy Taxes Levy Taxes Rate/S100 Levied Rate/S100 Levied 5.00% 2.00% NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Total Projected and Excess Levies on and The Gilmer County Board of Education will hold a public hearing concernmg the proposed 2009-2010 budget in conjunction with their regulat meeting Monday, May 11, 2g09 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at the Gilmer County High School Library, Glenville, WV GENERAL CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Gilmer Total estimated revenues, other financing sources. and beginning Dalance County Board of Education Legal Class II-0 2t 4-23 NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Estimated revenues: Local Sources: TO: Ed Broome Inc., or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors or assigns. Propery taxes (Net of allowances) $ 2.947,480 Other local sources 99.510 You will take notice that KKJ Holdings, the purchaser of the following real estate, Certification State Sources: No.: 112368, located in DeKlalb District. Min 40 AC Jesses Run Carly 1A/Equitable Prod. which State Aid tc schools 3,307.460 was returned delinquent or nonentered in the name of Brooms Ed. Inc,, and was sold by the deputy Other unrestricted 1,150,600 commissioner of delinquent and nonentered lands of Gitmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes Federal sources: on 10/06/2008. KKJ Holdings requests that you be notified a deed for such real estate will be made Unrestricted on or after 5/14/2009, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The Miscellaneous sources amount needed to redeem on or before 5/14/2009, will be as follows: Total estimated revenues 7.506,050 Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the date of the sale with interest, to 5/14/2009. $902.51 Estimated transfers in and other financing sources 14,500 Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale, with interest Estimated beginning balance 308,480 to 5/14/2009 0.00 7 2.$.Z&~.,92~ Amount paid for Title Examination and preparation of the list to be served and for preparation and service of notice with interest to 5/14/2009 nd reserves $538.69 Estimated expenditures: I _nstruction Supporting services: Students Instructional staff Central administration School administration Business Operation and maintenance of facilities Student transportation Food services Community services Capital outlay Debt service: Principal retirement Interest and fiscal charges Total estimated expenditures Total estimated tranfers and other financing uses Estimated budgetary reserves Total estimated expenditures, other financing uses, a $4,046,100 Additional Statutory Fees with Interest to 5114/2009. 0.00 356,370 Total Required: $1,441.20 103,410 414,000 You may redeem at any time before 5/14/209 by paying the above total less any unearned interest. 664,830 Given under my hand 3/27/2009 162,020 G. Russell Rollyson Jr. 997,780 Deputy Commissioner of Delinquent and Nonentered 771,230 Lends of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia Legal Class III-0 3t 4-30 7,515,740 154,855 157,435 75E 3 ?=.8_,.0_3~ GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2010 SPECIAL REVENUE FUND Estimated revenues: Local Sources $103.800 State Sources: State aid to schools 352,320 Other Federal sources 1,089,510 Miscellaneous sources Total estimated revenues 1,545,630 Estimated tranfers in and other financing sources 208,950 Estimated beginning balance Total estimated revenues, other financing sources, and beginning balance Estimates expenditures: Instruction ,-' Supportingoservtce; Students Instructional staff Central administration School administration Business Operation and maintenance of facilities Student transportation Food services Community services Capital outlay Debt. service: Pdncipal retirement Interest and fiscal charnes Total estimated expenditures Total estimated transfers and other financing uses Estimated budgetary reserves Total estimated expenditures and other financing uses ,,r. ,,- - 580,760 580 760 1,173,820 SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED LEVY RATES GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2010 The above named county board of education, having ascertained that the amount to be raised by a levy of taxes for the purposes and within the limits prescribed by statute or authorized by voters, does hereby propose to adopt the following levy rates to be laid on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of each class of property. Column E Current Expense Levv Certificate of Valuation Levy Taxes Assessed Value for Tax PurposesRate/S100 Levied 19.40 Class I Personal Property Public Utilities Total Class I Class II Real Estate 72,481,070 38.80 281,227 Personal Property 1,854,797 7.197 Total Class II ~ 288.424 Class III Real Estate 50,228,320 77.60 389,772 Personal Property 116,649,215 905,198 Public Utilities 58,338,457 452,706 Total Class III 225.215.992 Class IV Real Estate 13,705,630 Personal Property 7,874,308 Public Utilities 2,163,320 Total Class IV 23,743,258 Total Assessed Valuation and Projected Gross Tax Collections $323,295,117 77.60 106,356 61,105 16,787 184,248 $2,220,348 (111,017) 2.00% (42,187) 2,067,144 200% (41,343) Less Allowance for Uncollectibles, Exonerations and Delinquencies Less Allowance for Tax Discounts Less Allowance for Tax Increment Financing - see worksheet (Substracted from regular expense tax levy only) Net Projected Tax Collections. before allowance for Assessor's Valuation Fund Less - Allowance for Assessor's Valuation Fund (Substract from regular current expense tax levy only) Projected Net Taxes to be Collected Note: Copies of all approved excess and/or bond levy orders and certified copies of tile canvass of voters must be on file with the State Auditor's Office the State Department of Education beofre excess or bond levy rates can be approved. Signed this 9th day of March 2009, by Edward T. Toman, County Superintendent. Bond Lew Levy Taxes Rate/S100 Levied Class I Personal Property Public Utilities SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED LEVY RATES GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2010 ExcessLevv Levy Taxes Rates/S100 Levied Total Class I 8.65 Class II Real Estate 17.30 125,391 Personal Property 3.209 Total Class II 128,600 Class III Real Estate 34.60 173,788 Personal Property 403.602 Public Utilities 201,849 Permanent Imorovement Levy Taxes Rate/S100 Levied Total Class III 77 2_~9.,_~ Gilmer County Metal and ADoliance CteanuD When: Saturday, May 2, 2009- 9 a.m to 4 p.m. Where: Kinney Show Factory/Spenco. Rt. 5 West. For more information, call 304-462-7641. Sponsored by the Gitmer County Commts- sion. Can Brine/Acceotable Material: Steel Appliances- must be Empty- no trash tns~(]e Air Conditioners Refrigerators- must be empty no trash or food inside Tin Car eng=nes- all fluids removed Lawn mowers- all fluids must be removed Batteries- (car, no household) Window frames & storm doors- grass must be removed Wire & fencing- must be clean wire NO WOOD FRAMES Tires.- No rims Limit 10 Must be Gilmer County Resident Please make your certified check or money order payable to the Honorable Mickey Metz, Sheriff of Gilmer County and return to WV State Auditor's Office, County Collections Office, Building 1, Room W-118, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305. Questions please call 1-888-509-6568. ............................................................................................................................. AUCTION GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE Date of Auction: Apd125. 2009 Time of Auction: 10:00 a.m. Location of Auction: Linn St., Glenville WV At the Glenville State College Physical Plant Building The contents of the GLenvUle State College Physical Plant Building Will be sold and will inlcude but not be limited to: Electdc Stove, Various Lights, Light Shades, Light Fixtures and Light Bulbs, Wood and Metal Shelves, Phones, Conduit, Compressor (3 Phase), Paint, Jointer (Powermatic), Car Lift, Band Saw, Window Air Conditioner, Tempered Glass and Mirrors, Vadous Air and Oil Filters, Vehicle Tires, Misc Pipe Fittings, Tire Changing Machine, Lawn Mowers, Drill Press, Pressure Washer, Air Compressor and other items toc numerous to mention. All items must be removed from the premises on the day of the sale. The following contents will also be sold but must be extracted from the Glenville State College Cannot Brin~Prohibited Material: Household Trash Paint Plastic Glass Any liquids Televisions Propane Tanks Paint Cans Nails Furniture (mattresses, couches, chairs) Plastic dishwashers Plastic gas tanks Computers Metal Gas Tanks For more information, contact the Gilmer County Commission at: 304-462-7641 Gilmer County Commission Physical Plan Building and removed from the premises by the buyer on or before April 30, 2009: Legal III 3t 4-30 Copper Pipe, Hot WaterTank. Heaters, Garage Doors, Metal Decking and Steps, and Other Fixed .............................................................. Items. All items will be sold "as is" all sales are final and Glenville State College reserves the dght to reject any and/or all bids. Minimum bids may be set on certain items. Glenville State College is not responsible for accidents or typographical errors. Payment must be made by cash or good check on the day of the sale. - ~,, ,., ,,,,,~-,~ ~,~, ,,~) ~-, Auctioneer: Jeff Lows License # 1485 ........ You may contact Tommy Ratliff at 1-304-462-736I x7521 if-yod haveany questions. Tommy Ratliff Glenville State College Lega! Class II 2t 4-23 Courthouse News ........... Felony ......... Gilmer COunty Magistrate's Court On Men., Apr. 20, Dustin Wayne .................................................................................................................................. Carder was Tariff Form No. 8-A (Tariff Rule No. 19) PUBLIC NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES UPON APPLICATIONS WITHOUT PROPOSED EFFECTIVE DATES NOTICE is hereby given that on Apdl 8, 2009, Waste Management of West Virginia, Inc., a public utility, filed with the Public Service Commission of West Virginia ("Commission"), an application for authority to change its rates and charges for furnishing solid waste collection and transportation service to its customers in Marion, Preston, Taylor, Harrison, Doddridge, Barbour, Tucker, Randolph, Webster, Braxton and Gilmer Counties, West Virginia. The proposed change in rates and charges will produce approximately $1,004,467.26 annually in additional revenue an increase of 11.49%. The proposal average monthly bill for the various classes of customers is as follows: CURRENT RATE Residential =n Barbour, Braxton, Gilmer, Marion. and Taylor Counties $16.64 Residential in Corporate Limits of Town of Lost Creek, Harrison County $12.09 Residential in Doddddge County, and Cherrycamp Run Region of Hardson County $15.04 Residential in R~maJnl;l~r of Harrison County (excluding Town of Lost Creek and Cherrycamp Run Region) $14.29 Residential Outside Corporate Limits of City of Shinnston $14.64 PROPOSED RATES In allcounties proposed these options: residential rates are established by usage sensitive rates based on One (1) 30 gallon bag weekly pick-up 1-96 gallon cart weekly pick-up 2-96 gallon carts weekly pick-up MONTHLY RATE $12.00 (includes $.50 bulky good surcharge) $17.00 (includes $.50 bulky good surcharge) $22.00 (includes $.50 bulky good surcharge) Special Provisions: Any additional cart pick-up over 2 per week would be an additional $10.00 per cart per month. For all customers, a per bag sticker of $2.50 per tag for each additional bag will be applied. Commercial Service CURRENT RATE: Negotiable ($)PROPOSED RATE: 12.84% increase Individual customers may rece)ve increases that are greater or less than stated here. The requested rates and charges are only a proposal and are subject to approval, denial, or modification (increases or decreases) by the Public Service Commission in its review of this application. Any increase in rates and charges will not become effective until authorized and approved by the Commission. (If a hearing is scheduled, notice will be given of the time and place of hearing.) Anyone desiring to protest or intervene should file a written protest or notice of intervention prior to May 28, 2009, unless otherwise modified by Commission Order. Failure to timely protest or intervene can affect your rights to protest any rate increases and to participate in future proceedings. All protests or requests to intervene should briefly state the reason for the protest or intervention. Requests to intervene must comply with the Commission's rules on intervention set forth in the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure, 150 CSR 1. All protests and interventions should be addressed to Executive Secretary, Public Service Commission of West Virginia, PO Box 812, Charleston. West Virginia 25323. A complete copy of the carder's present authorized rates and of its ;)reposed rates, as well as a representative of the company to provide any information requested concerning the proposed changes, is available to all customers, prospective customers, or their agents at the office of Waste Management of West Virginia, Inc., Route 2 Box 68A Dawson Ddve, Bridgeport, West Virginia 26330. A copy of the carrier's present authorized rates and of its proposed rates is also available for public inspection at the office of the Executive Secretary of the Public Commission at 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, West Virginia. Note: Certificate of publication must be filed for rates to be effective. Robinson & McEIwee PLLC Legal Class II 2t 4-30 We editors wish all of you much success in our joint effort to make a better Gilmer County! Not enough room? O ) See us for y. ur storage needs. Multiple sizes monthly rates 5x10- $25 10xl0 - $35 10x15- $45 10X20- $55 charged with child abuse resulting n injury. Misdemeanor Gilmer County Magistrate's Court On Tues., March 10. the charges against Waitman Larry Frederick were dismissed on a 3/10/09 motion to dismiss without prejudice by the prosecutor On Sun., Apr. 5, Aaron W. Kirtle was charged with expired registration, driving under the influence and driv- ing on suspended license - miscella- neous. On Fri., Apr. 17, Joshua Paul Radford was charged with driving on revoked license for DUI, and expired registration. Glenville Police Department Joshua Paul Radford was cited for expired registratiorl and no proof of insurance Civil Cases Booth & McCarthy filed suit against Dorsey Lee Bennett. Edward L. Harman filed suit against Van R, Ramsey. Drakes Auto Sales filed suit against James Scott. Drakes Auto Sales filed suit against Joseph Greenlief. Booth & McCarthy filed suit against Deana D. Singleton. State Police On Tues., Apr. 14, 2009, at approxi- mately 11:45 a.m, the Calhoun County 911 Center received a telephone call in reference to a double murder near Millstone. The caller advised that when she arrived at her parents' resi- dence, she discovered that both of her parents were victims of a shooting. Troopers assigned to the Calhour and Roane County Detachments, as well as several other law enforcement agencies, responded to the scene and secured it. Troopers discovered that an unknown individual or individuals entered the residence and murdered Mr. Michael Flanagan (51 years of age) and Mrs. Julie Flanagan (52 years of age). It is believed that both of the deceased individuals died from gun shot wounds. The residence also appeared to have been burglarized. The West Virginia State Police Crime Scene Team responded and pro- cessed the scene. Both of the deceased ndividuals were transported to the West Virginia State Medical Examiner's Office. in order to determine an exact cause and approximate time of death. Troopers are continuing to conduct interviews and following up on all avail- able leads. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the West Virginia State Police at (304) 354- 6334.