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1 Thursday, July 31, 2003 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- PaRe 11 II IIII TAILIFI IeCmM S0. 10 10TZCg Or APPLICATrO~ TO ~ ~ATggS (T'~Lff ~le 19-A) G~ CO0JlTT PUBLIC 8ZRVICE DISTRICT CAn Re. 03-0377-PMD-19A APM~DIX A 14, 2003, Gllaer County P~blic Service Diatrlct fil~ a~ o ~ule 19A of the eoa~Ll|ion' J i~e water E&tu and chat~es for its customers weet VirqlnA&. Staff ha= ~iewmd the &~llcation mad has zoc-t~m~a414~ ret~ and C]~L.-'~OS ,u follo~e= kllona Ikonth $7.29 $0.29 per 1,000 gall0ml DIIC~L8 moD~h $6.57 87.47 per 1,000 q&llone ~llO~ mO~th $5.%5 $6,77 ~ 1,000 qellopJ ~10~$ ua~ ~ mo~th $5.43 86.17 per 1,000 q&lloQJ ~11o~$ us~lDog' BoB~h $d.92 85.59 per 1,000 qell~ ~allo~ ~M ~r oonta 85.00 ~ 1,000 q&llon~ $4.40 meter $ 34.07 $ 41.76per month meter $ 56.78 $ 69.60 per ~nt~ meter $ 113.55 $ 139.20 per ~onth meter $ 151.68 $ 222.72 p~r month meter $ 340.$5 $ 417.60 per month meter $ 5~7.75 $ 6~6.00 ~ mon~ I~.e 01,135.S0 81,392.00per m~th er #1,B16.110 $2,227.20 per m~h meti=~=lu~e a s~urcba~e of $0.59 per 1,000 q&11o~. effectod by the St~ff-r~u~ed chan~es in the wator h~ v.he rl~t to protest or to be heard ea ~o w~ &llo~ either ~olly or in l~rt. Anyone d~iri~ i~ed ratee end cbazges m~st do so, tqu~ (i0) ~ye after the ~u~lication of this notice. be &~4g~laod ~o the ~ec~tive S~cret&ry, Public of t~t Vi~inie, P. 0. Box 812, Charleston, W~ tjC~asko~ ~et~'LLne ~ ~ustiflcatlon for ~l~Ltlonal t[on, pro~esta must. be aDeciflc aa to the reaeon~ ~tee ~ r.~e~ should not be ~pproved. In addition, ~azi~ In th/e m~ttaz walt demamd ~ heazi~l in if a~eCanti~l protest is not received, th~ the Steff-eo~m~en~d rste,l without hearing. GILM~ CO~MTY I~BLZC SERVICE DISTRICT Workforce The West Virginia Region VI Workforce I proposals Investment Board is requesting proposals for the following services: Serv~,es Region-WiOe Audmng Service Interested organ~zahons should contact t~e or Morgantown Clarksburg. Elkins, FairmonL or Morgantown or the Region Vl WORK4WV Career Centers, or the Region VI COpy ol lhe "Request-tot- WlB office to obtain a co~y of the "Request-for- Proposal Package * There will be a bidders conference at 12:00 rathe John Manchin p m on August 1 2002 in the John Manchin g Complex at Fmrmont. Room of me S~ate Bu ~td~r,g Comp{ex at Fa~rmont O~lactJeffrey SmithFor more mformahon. Contact M~ci~ett Markovich or Maria Larry in the Region VI ,) 368-9530. Workforce Investment Board office at (304) 368- Legal Cla~e IV 8-7h9530. Legal Class IV 8-14ch WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Division of Highways NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by ire West V~rg~r/la Deparlmer! of Trot, spokes,or D~v=sion of Highways at ~s :.Poe r B.., c ; Five Room A-!48 Igf/j Kanawr,~ Bouevarg East, Charleston. West V~rgnia 25305-0430 until 10 A.M. August 12, 2003 and sa~d pro- posals w~li be publ(:}y openec a.*c eac rnr~ ~- d~aTe y tr ereat~e, % ir~ :cr >'fu.t,~ / t, : iowmg prelect(s; Call: 014; Contract: "0300806; State Project: $311-0023/00-000.02 00: Descrip- tion: Resurfacing Rosedale Road 002 Mt S US 119 - CR 23/1, COUNTY: GILMER, Proposals w~ii be received lrorn prequalifled and West Virgn~a hce~se~ car- tractors on{y except ~hat ~r ~e~er~: A,j Projects a Contractors hcense s "or req~re:~ at time of bid bu! will be required Delete wo!k can begin Regtstrabon is required wth the De- paq'-r~er o! Admnsrra!:'~ Dv .r :" ;~ ; CDaS~rg r a:ccorSarce ,,,~r Cr a:!e" :.A /- title 3, Sec;~or ~2 c,t tre ,qe~ V:r{jr,8 Coou All contractors submttmg b~ds on projectEs} must ~nclude one of the foHowmg forms prop- erly executed with eacR pro[.osa Prc;~osa Guaranty Bond Cashiers Crecy. or Cerltel Check for $500 00 or 5% of Iota b,o, wnlch- ever is greater "These are prelects or wrcr a"b SOft'a0 tar wdh a Category W" Prequa~fcato~ Ra~r9 may De eligible tO bid, The West Virginia Department of Transpor- tation, Division of Highways reserves the right to defer delay or postpone the date for rece v. mg and pubhciy opened proposa;s fo~ an/ pro!oct designated lfi this adverIlsemer t. w'.tt - out the necessity of renewed such advertise- ment A~ b,gders *"~d ng vad bdor~ prb;;",s a+s w:+ be not fee o+ S.~g"~ ":eferr+-er~ I+::~ postponement and the dale Inat propose s r,~; be received and publ~ty opened The West Vlrg n a De.oa,qment o~ Trar sr~r- ta!~on Dw~s*or of Hgr,,~ays r,e,eD,. 8, D~dOers tr'~at t w,il aff~rmalve ~rs~re ,re! any contract entered ~r/to pursuant ;o the a~- vertisemenL minority busmess enterpnses wt be aftorded fu~ Oppcr~.,r ty 'C ">~Lr' * r~';b ' response to fh,S }rvfa!cr ar,rJ *'~ ";'' ~: ]: cnmmated aga,nst or, the gro~,nos c.l rat,: color, religion, sex or nahonai orig}n m cons~d- erabon for an award WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Division of Highways John E. Lewis, Jr., Assistant Secretary for Program Admimstration Legal Class II-O 8-7c AI Capone's business card said. he was a used furniture dealer. F350 DUALLY " 5i! * CUSTOM GROUP * 460 ENGINE * LEATHER SEATING * READY TO TOW Sale Price Stock #K3094A AND FEES EXTRA. SALE ENDS AUGUST 4TH, 2003 Traffic Violations On June 16, 2003. Rodney Palmer McCord, 19, of Glenvilte, W. Va. State Police was cited by W. Va. State Police for On June4,2003, Verna Frederick, speeding of Glenville, was cited by W Va. State On June 1. 2003, Susan Ann Police for the sale of tobacco to a Sumner, 22, of Glenville, was cited minor, by W Va. State Police for registra- On June 4, 2003, Sheila Hamric, tion violations, and for having no 42, of Glenvilte, was cited by W. Va. proof of insurance. State Police for the sale of tobacco to On June 4, 2003, Ryan Shylo a minor. Tent, 20, of Tanner, was cited by the On June 16, 2003, Edward Carl Gilmer County Sheriff's Dept. for Hartman, 39, of Glenville was cited failure to maintain control. by W. Va. State Police for registration On June 10, 2003, Chad D. violations, and for having no proof of Tingler,23, of Smithsville, was cited insurance, by W. Va. State Police for speeding. On June 16, 2003, Edward Carl On June 10, 2003, Morgan Hartman, 39, of Glenvitle was cited Annette Wright, 21, of Glenville, by W. Va. State Police for driving on was cited by W. Va. State Police for suspended/revoked license selling tobacco to a minor. (non-DUI). 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 In 1996 the Marsh Memorial Poker Run Organizers and Make-A-Wish helped make a dream come true for Mary Sunshine. Now Mary and her family need another miracle. Mary will be going to the children's hospital in Chicago to undergo open heart surgery. She will be there for 3-4 weeks and her family needs the community's support to help her family financially to be able to stay with Mary through her surgery and her hospital stay. Marsh Memorial Run Organizers and friends of Mary Sunshine will be holding a carwash at Glenville McDonald's, August 2 starting at 9:00 a.m. Also, there will be a spaghetti dinner August 2 starting at 5:00 p.m. at the 33 Country Club, dine in or carry-out, please come out on Saturday to one or both of these events to help Mary and her family. All donations are greatly appreciated by the family. If you have any questions about these two events, please call 304-462-4769. Please remember this family in your prayers. Gilmer County Sherrif's Dept. Report On July 2, 2003, Scott A. Whytsell, 38, driving a 1999 bur- gundy Jeep, which he owns, was traveling West on Rte. 5, toward Stout's Mills, when a vehicle from the other direction entered Whytsell's traffic lane. Whytsell moved his Jeep as far to the right as possible, but was still swiped by the oncoming driver, who did not stop. On July 13, 2003, Shirley Mae Mclntyre, 34, of Shirley, W Va., was parked in front of the Sommerville Exxon station in Linn According to Mclntyre's police re- port, a bee flew down her shirt, incit- ing her to accelerate her gold 2000 Ford Ranger to 5 mph, moving the truck over a concrete parking barrier and into a Pepsi machine and an ice machine. On July 14, 2003, Nathan Antonio Batten, 23, of Tanner, driving a white 1990 Ford Mustang through Leading Creek, reported that he saw a red truck "coming off the hill;" when Batten pulled over to let the car by, the car struck Batton's Mustang, knocking him over the hill. On July 14, 2003, Eric Stephan Rogucki, 27, of Glenville, was attempt- ing to park his 1998 Chevrolet GM4 truck in front of Steve Frye's residence when the rack on the truck hit the corner of a parked 2001 Diamond D livestock trailer owned by Melisa A. Frye, of Linn. r Gilmercounty Information i , www.gceda.org j PSC to conduct Coal Truck Workshops The three-member West Virginia Public Service Commission (PSC) and other top officials of the agency will conduct four workshops in Logan and Beckley, Aug. 12 and 14, to help interested parties and the public un- derstand and prepare for the major changes brought about by this year's coal truck safety legislation. Topics to be discussed include per- mitting and reporting procedures, pro- posed rules and sanctions, and weight and safety enforcement Workshops will be conducted from I p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. Aug. 12 at the Chief Logan State Park and Convention Center, and Aug. 14 at the Raleigh County National Guard Armory. The PSC began enforcing speeding laws Jul. 1 and established a toll-free public complaint hotline, 1-866-SE E- TRUX (733-8789) that operates from 7:30 a.m to 10 p.m. Monday tl-u'o~h Friday. good to others runs, or a a vine beors with- has Directly off 1-79 Exit 105, Jane Lew 884-7806 HOUSE OF TUNES Aurelius Wash - that employees of be told in rt to dues unrelated to tbey are therefore retain responsibilities that Mt. 27on Drive-In Theatre and Restaurant being policy cover- that results C-~n, in a recent in the smaJl work-are sufficient to How to Deal Rated I'G- i 3 there are 15or Bad Boys II Rated R InNewJerseywill feel ofres- service by IS6 26147 Corridor H Buckhannon 472-1700 or 1-800-400-7770 Visit Us On The Web www.jenkinsfordmercury.com COMING AUGUST 1s~ & AUGUST 2"~ FRI. 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