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Thursday, May 29, 2003 -- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 9 NOTICE BIDS FOR LIMITED VIDEO LOTTERY TERMINAL PERMITS 29-22B-1107 of the %est Virginia C~de. the West Virginia State will accept bids li'om persons who are or intend to become licensed for permits to p~,rcimse or lease hmlted video lottery terminals from The mmnnum hid per-terminal must b at least three thousand .00}. To be licensed as a bruited video lottery operator or retailer, a person e ~Ur-year West Vlrgima re~denc)requirement Own or lease v~deo lottery terminals shall be submitted to the Purchasing r V'~ginia Department of Admlmstrallon Bids dehvered or ma,led to the be in the possession and control oftbe Purchasing Divismn on or I. ca.stcrn daylight savings time on August 1. 2003 A duplicate bid shall be bid observer's office using the same t)me rcsmcltorts Mailed be addressed as follows t~non ( I ) origmal bid to of West Virginia l)~lttmen' of Administratmn I~taSing Division 019 Washington Street, East ~u. Box 50130 Cleon. WV 25305-0131o p) of the b~d to ~tnditor's Office ~: of West Virginia 0 Kanawha Blvd, East 1. Room W114 WV 25305-0230 ma~ed Buyer Lottery Perm=l Bids AUgust I 2003 (Opening) 2:00 p m ~ eith~ office by fax shall be rejected Failure of the United States Postal make timely deli',ery o/any bid shall not ~alidate any bid not PUrchasing Division O'r the State Auditor's Bid Observer's Office by the Each bid should be typed or printed on an 8;,'." X I I- sheet of white ', format: social security number: :t~ber of video lottery terminals for which the permit is sought la~r-tea~iinal bid for which the permit is sought: $ lime5 nttmher of letntinulJ): $ the bid bond submitted with the bid (must equal "total bid") $ COnsidered unless the amount of the bid equals or exceeds the $3,f.K~ lottery terminal specified by the State Lottery Commission after the appointed hour for the opening of the bids onless the required bid bond accompames the bid or was r before the tone designated for ol:~ning of the bond guaranteeing payment of I00 percent 'the permit sought by the bidder The bond must be furnished in the form a corporate surety bond issued by a company authorized Insurance Commissioner to do surety business in the Stale of West national or state bank or other f-manctal commission If the bid bond is furnished m cash or negotiable shall be deposited without restrrctton m the West Virginia State credited to the West Vu'ginia State Lottery Commission, and a true hall be included in the sealed bid sent to the Ifthe bid bond is furmshed in the form of a corporate surety bond or the bond or letter of credit shall be included in the sealed bid bid bond format and the letter o| credit format may he found at :be tnternet ] I to the persons submirtmg the hi ,gh~t per-terminal bids. No OlXa'ator indirectly own or lease more than 675 video lottery terminals oblained by successful bid, by certificate of reservation or by a r~'ervatiou and bidding No retailer shall be authorized to operate more fraternal clubs and veterans up to tO video lottery tmmainals at one licensed locatmn Legal Class II 5-29ch THE WEST VIRGINIA REGION Vl wORKFORCE INVESTMENT BO/URD IS" REQUESTING PROPOS/U.S FOR THE FOLLOWING SERVICES: MaAagemenI of It~e On-the-Job Tr~rang Pro- gram for Adults an0 Dislocated Workers NOTICE OF AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A PUBLIC MEETING ON THE PROPOSED ABANDON- MENT OF 0.1 MILE OLD COUNTY 7/9 GILMER COUNTY Notk~ is heraOy given by the West Virginia Division of Highways of the proposed abandonment of a 0.1-mile segment of Old Gilmer County 7/9, beginning at its junction with County 718 at a point approximately 1.19 miles nortt~ast of County 7 and proceeding in a soutt~vesterly direction on pre- 1940 ngnt of way. State Police 2002 at Cox's Mills, with Kenneth E. Property owners are reque ng the abandonment. Glenville Detachment Lloyd, Mt. Hebron Baptist Church (Sa- Anyone wishing to requestDiwsiona public meeting on this proposal may do so5,bY1900writingKanewl~ato the Notice lem) officiating. Commis~,oner, West Virginia of HighwayS, Capitol Complex Building Sheriff's Department Boulevard East, Charleston, West Virginia 25305-0430 or before June 16, 2003. The marijuana season is currently Traffic Report ,,,e~ c~ /~, coming up, according to the Troop- ers at the Glenville Detachment of No traffic violations or wrecks : ,, ,~ ~ theState Police.Already, some hunt- were investigated by the Sheriff's ~,~ -~\ ers have come across patches of it Dept. this last week. in the southern part of the state, so City of Glenville local State Police authorities be- Traffic lieve that plantings can be found in Gilmer County, too. Last year only captions on this page. .~\ See two related photographs and --~ 60-70 plants were found in this Clerk's county, but enough rain has fallen ,..,ounty Office this year to make the crop grow and Deeds Registered to be more plentiful. If any citizen On Dec. 17, 2002, Audra L. (Mrs. knows or suspects that marijuana is Gene) Stalnaker conveyed in con- being grown in his or her area or if a sideration of $10.00 to Barbara J. person comes across a patch, call Miller, Judith A. Smith, and Sherri the Glenville Detachment at 462- L. Wildman, in equal shares, 57.97 7101 during regular business hours, percent of three parcels of land on the All calls taken on this matter will be waters of Grass Run (Center Distnct), ( held strictly confidential, of which the first contains approxi- aagistrate's Court mately 67 1/2 acres; the second, 18 Civil acres; and the third, 26 acres. On Jan. 23, 2003, Audra L Sial- Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hos- naker conveyed in consideration of pital (SJMH) vs. Charlene M. Hill. $10.00 to Barbara J. Miller, Judith Amount: $111.40. Date filed: 5-02-03. A. Smith, and Sherri L. Wildman, in SJMH vs. Dean G. Dulude. Amount: equal shares, 42.03 percent of three $341.61. Date filed: 5-02-03. parcels of land on the waters of Grass SJMH vs. David Kennelly. Amount: Run, of which the first contains ap- $157.32. Date filed: 5-02-3. proximately 67 1/2 acres; the second, Lois Purr vs. Kendra Kohler. 18 acres; and the third, 26acres. Amount: $1,500.00. Date filed: 5-02- On Feb. 14, 2003, Mary S. 03. Tamulitis conveyed"in consideration Melvin Hess vs Toney Hosey. of the love and affection" of her son Amount: $1,759.09. Date filed 5-06-03. and grandson (Martin L. and Ernest Christine NIckeson vs. HeatherS. Tamulitis, respectively) all inter- Townsend. Amount: $500.00. Date ests in certain minerals and real es- filed: 5-09-03. tate in Braxton and Gilmer Counties, -'= Willard F. Cottrill vs. Virginia L including the following GilmerCounty Price. Amount: $400.00, Date filed: 5- Center Districtproperties: Parcels No. 12-03. ,= c 11 (Right Fork {RF} of Steer Creek), Legal Claas I 1tS-29h County Clerk's Office 13 acres; No. 16 (R.F. Steer Creek), .................................................................................................... Marriages Registered 16.46 acres; No. 19 (Steer Creek), 3 PUBLIC $1ERVlCE CO(t~)I~ON OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTONWalter Lee Smith, 63, married acres; No. 20 (High Bank Run), 57 CASE NO. 03--0052-S-GI Nancy Claire Losh, 59, both of Sand acres; No. 21 (High Bank Run), 35 CiTY OF GLENVILLE, a municipal utility, Gtenvifle, Gilmer County. Fork, on July 3, 2002, at Sand Fork, acres; No. 22 (High Bank Run), 40 Genera~iovestiga~i~n~up~tt~eC~mrnissi~n~s~wnm~ti~n~int~whetherG~envi~leisengagingin with Willie Barton of the Church of God acres; No. 01003549 (RF Steer unreasonable and discnminatory utitity practices. (Sand Fork) officiating. Creek), 89.50 acres; No. 01003550 NOTICE OF STAFF-RECOMMENDED RATES AND NOTICE OF HEARINGJames Russell Schimmel, 24, of (Upper Two Run Crooked Fork), 50 On January l6, 2003, the ~ instituted a general investigalion into Glenville's practices, Glenville, marnedRobinFayeCottrill, acres; ~o. O~OO3bb2 LF~P ~,~eer including whether suct~ practices are unreasonable and discnminatory. Afterfu~yrevh=~````ingG~envi~le~s~perati~nsandits~nancia~b~ksandrecords'C~mmisai~nS~ 23, of Rosedale, on July 13, 2002, at Creek), 26 acres; No. 01003553 (RF n~wisrecornmendingthatG~eovi~~e~srevenuesincreasaby$66~65~~~rappr~ximate~y23%~ab~ve Sand Fork, with Kenneth L. Fisher, Steer Creek), 24 acres; No. 01003554, the current rates. The staff-recommended rates and rate des,gn, based on a customer class cost oI Baptist Church (Glenville) officiating. 35.50 acres; and No. 01003555 sarvice study, wouldraplace the existing decSning I:dockraledes,gn with a flat rate of $5.75 per 1,000 Steven Lee Helmick, 27, married (Crooked Fork), 2 acres. The grantor, gallons for all customers. Under the current rates, Glenvitle would have a $55,672 cash flow deficit, Jessica Lynn Hardbarger, 20, both Mary Tamulitis, reserves a life estate while it would enjoy a $10,977 cash flow sorplus under the Staff-recomrnended rates, ofGlenville, onJuly 13, 2002 in Glen- in the minerals and real estate con- The Staff-recommended rates would eliminate the existing oispnty between the rates that G~envitlechargesitscust~mers~ca~edw~thinG~envi~e~scorp~rate~imitsandth~se~catedoutslde ville, with Clyde H. Gidley, Pentecos- veyed, including the receiving of all the corporate limits. Curre~tly, a customer located inside Glenvtlle's city limits would pay a minimum tal Church of Jesus Christ (Weston) rentals and royalties from the lease bllt of $15.18, baseq on 3,000 gallons usage, and an average bill of $22.31, based on 4,500galk~'~s officiating, and production of minerals during the usage, while a customer located outside the city limits would pay an $18.54 minimum bill and an Jarrett Michael Redifer, 20 mar-remainder of her life and the right to average bill of $27.27, based on the same respective usages. Under the Staff-recommended rates, ried Amanda G. Pritt, 20, on June 29, sell some or all of the timber. the minimum bill, based on 3,000 ga,~,s usage, would be $17.25 for all customers and an average bill, based on 4,500 galIone isage, would be $25.88 for all customers. The following cha rl cornoares the existing rates for service locations inside and outside Glenville's ( envil lice ) City limits w~th the Staff-recommended rates. RATES PER BOOKS PER BOOKS STAFF RECOMMENDED (Inside City) (Outside City) (All Locations) (Per 1,000 gallons used) First 3,000 gallons $506 $6.18 $5.75 used per month Next 3,000 gallons $475 $582 $575 used per month Next 4,000 gallons $4.26 $5.34 ' $5:75 used per mo~ All over 10.000$3.88 $4.86 $5.75 gallons used per month $15.18 $18.54 $17.25 (based on 3,000 gallons)