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t Page 12 --The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, July 31, 2003 Comment period extended for Solid Waste Management rule Due to the complexity of proposed stons. legislativechanges, statcenvironmen- The proposed rule revises landfill tal regulatory officials are extending design and groundwater monitoring the comment period for the Solid criteria, andchangesreportingrequire- Waste Management Rule. men,s. The proposal also reflects A public hearing is being held on changes in the definition of sewage the rule at 6 p.m. July 17 at the West sludge, clarification of provisions re- VirginiaDepartmentofEnvironmen- Isling to"free day," and eliminations tal Protection's offices at 1356 Hansford Street in Charleston. While the comment period would ordinarily end at the conclusion of the hearing, it has now been extended an additional 10 days. Comments must be received by the DEP by 1 p.m. on July 28. Several administrative and substan- tive changes are proposed for the Solid Waste Management Rule (33 CSR ! ). The proposed changes include defini- tional changes, clarification on DEP's legal position on transfer stations, and reclssification of class D and D-1 landfills. Revisions are also being proposed to the permit termination provisions, as well as the background investigation reimbursement provi- To climb steep hills requires of obsolete, outdated provisions re- lating to permanently closed criteria. It also makes provisions for gas man- agement systems during permanent closure. Once.the proposal goes through the public comment process, it will be submitted to the Legislature for con- sideration during the 2004 session. All of DEP's proposed rules can be found online by going to http.'// www. wvsos, com/adlaw/proposed/ proposedtules.htm. 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Spruce Run and Kelly onJul> 10, 2(;'03: Bird House built by' Bonnie Drake. that includes $12 million earmarked Run to the Stumptov~n area: Don Kelblc - Lois Grcenliel: Jamc,,. Mescal NuN by Congressman Alan B. Mollohan to S824.00t) h~r Philippi to upgrade Doily crocheted b3, Rcva Bennett Brenda McCart~ help extend or upgrade water and ~ts ~atcr treatment plato: and (Kanawha Drive CEOS) - Beck) Stalnakcr, Mar sewer service in eight Ist l)ixtllct .N'7~; L ~Ot,,H: -,~ilL'!~,c,,wnd Minigh: Stewart. Betty localities, v, atcr,.cf,,~v.c,fi~,ne \~, k ,~ !(,. 'A \ ,, Silk tlov, er arrangement made b> (.;aincr. Rt~bert Motlohan, (Dem.-W.Va.) placed 31 :rod Pullman l~,oad tn Rttchtc Doris Williams (Kanawha Drive OralCunnm,_ the money in the FY2004 VA, HUD County, CEOS) -- Vince Miller; Harold. Chester andlndepcndcntAgenciesAppropria- "These projects arc not gl:unort~us. Handcrafted fabric angel created ncr. Linwood tionsAcl. He is the top-ranking Demo- but they arc c~,.,,cntlal to the hcahh ol by Deloris Furr (Log Cabin Crafts) - Don Bail,..", and crat on the subcommittee that wrote out citizens and the grov, th of our the bill, which providcs v,'atcr and communities."Molh)hansa,,~.. "With- Angle kmger; Fisher. Bard Bo_ogs' original drawin~ of "Foodland. v;e scwer funding through the U.S. En',i- out the support ol the g~xcrnmcnt. - "- '- ronmental Protection Agency (EPA). many of our ctties and service dis- the (]aincr No. I Boat - Nancy sponsoring (]rccnlicl and of it ol the C "The need for water and sewer trio,s would find it impossible to pay Hatndmadc hunting knife with and wc grants rcgulary outstrips the avai lablc for ne,a systems withoul charging leather sheath crafted b~ ('1ill Krug - d~alc b.,, l/u fundmg, andthisyearisnoexception, astronomical increases in their cu~- Nauuti Hinzman, sav.~ President However. 1 am pleased that 1 have tomers' bills Special commendations to the per- ]_ast but certainly{ been able to earmark signigilicard "I c~lmncnd the local ,flTi,.iab, v, ho funding for several of out conmmm- ha',c taken a leadership lolc m budd- son:, who made and donated the gifts group sec used for the drawings, according to donations I hclped ties in northern West Virginia."ing the support that is necessary to Mrs. Rosa Belle Gainer. Unit presi- and coin Mollohan said. move these pro ects forward. Their dent. All ofy Area l)rojects that he has singled work i.,, :i credit to {boil c,,)n]lllunl- The Unit would like to commend Grocer's Dm out for funding include: tlc~,." hc .,,a,,s the following persons who packedmost successlui $5 million for Pa,kersburg to up- The bill that ocntains the funding ~roceries. carried groceries to ve- grade its wastewater treatment plant: must next bc appro\cd b,. tt~c lull " $1.617,(K)0 for Gilmer Count, House ate PublicServiceDistricttoextendwa- First students gradu to sustain W.Va. enable the organization to support 50,000 ~,,lanteers this year--the full enrollment fcvel authorized by Con- gress. In the face of unexpected fed- eral funding cuts. national AmeriCo~p,, leaders last month an- nounced an 80 percent cutback in the program's t?rgest category of volun- leers. AmeriCorps volunteers serve 20- 40 hours a week :and pro',tde such services as home-building, literacy tutoring, and cleaning parks and U.S. Senat ,r Robert C. Byrd. D- W.Va., recentl3 won Senate approval of legislation which would alo~ the fiscally troubled AmeriCorps to re- store 20,000 ,. olunteers' positions tar- geted for elimination across the na- tion. "Communmes in West Virgima and throughout the country depend on the important services vvhich AmeriCorps provides. This funding will allow AmeriCorps to retain its current cadre of volunteers, recruit more commu- ' s NHLA training Eight students graduated It,,m the ognizcd NHLA fir.,,t National Hardwood Lumber As- wocx.t lumber in', socmtion Lumber Grading Training Hard,*ocu:l Program at the West Virginia Wood critical to the Technology Center tn Elk~ns ondustr, Wednesday. July 16. and ,.otume ot Graduating in the first cla-,.,, were: and sold throughout Zachary.~ Currence, Clifford Hams. and mare, other part~ Cole Montgomery, Jason Nigh, Brock The N HI~A establishes Schoonover. Earl Swecker, Steven rules lor the Truman and Patrick Wheatly specth,n o These students successfully corn- Founded in 1948. pleted a 14-week intensive training lion School, ](u.:ate, xl program and certification process, Tenn.. v, as created thereby achieving the nationally rec- tional training and nity-minded young people, and keep streams. In return for their service, *********************** its key social programs from shutting volunteers are eligible to receive edu- : QUALIFY NEW& USED their doors," Byrd said. cation ~ants of up to $4.725 per year Byrd cosponsored a provision that to help finance graduate study or re- : PRICED REASONABLY! the Senate adopted as part of a key pay student loans. appropriations package which pro- With Senate approval, the lcmsla- : Good selection of new tools available- Variety of Bisq~ vides AmeriCorps with $100 million lion next will be considered by a ~ Glassware and Dolls- Lamps- TVs- Knives- CoinS" in urgent federal aid. The fundine will House-Senate conference committee. ~ Fishing Supplies - Rods ~ Reels - Artificial and Li~1 * Good Selection of I- tin~ Suppfies m ~ : Receiving items on consignment to sell - ing A ns in for me # Criss Sales & Service , ,,...,.. Saturday 9 a.~ Located onRt. 33W, Old WestonRoad.Buckhannon, WV . 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The Court also did not approve any merit raises. The Court's general practice is to consider across-the-board and merit salary increa~s each year before July I. Chief Justice Larry Starcher referred to West Virginia's tight state govern- ment budget in a letter to employees explaining the decision. "[B]ecause neither the Legislature nor the Executive provided salary in- creases for teachers, state police, build- ings and ground workers, the 53% of our Court personnel whose salaries are set by the legislature, or other State employees,the Court was of the opinion that it would be inappropriate for our branch of government to pro- vide across-the-board or merit in- creases at this time," Chief Justice Starcher wrote. 2000 CHEVROLET SI0 4X4 * AUTOMATIC ]ahlag: LS PACKAGE TILT WHEEL & CRUISE CONTROL * CD PLAYER ALL PAYMENTS CALCULA TED ,4 T 7. 99% APR FOR 66 MONTH TERM. ON A PPROVED @ Sale Price $11,695.00 Stock #P448 0 DOWN TAXES AND I~EES EXTRA, CREDIT, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. 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