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P 11 | II ,i :i if" ! G rocer' table Page 12--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder-- Thursday, July 31, 2003 S 1daft 1droll Comment period extended for MoHohan earmarks $1.6 million for for Gilmer County ana--emen* rule Norraantown-Stumptown waterproject The ,o.owmg p.sons w re w,n- h,c o .d Solid Waste ncr~, in Gilmcr County Cancer Unit's brochures, and The House Appropriations Corn-tcr ,~ervlcc from Glcm. illc th~.mgh Grocer's Day drawings at Foodland July 10 at Due to the complexity of proposed sions, mittee passed a spending bill Monday Nutter Run, Spruce Run and Kelly on July 10, 2003: Bird House built by Bonnie Drake, legislativechanges, stateenvironmen- The proposed rule revises landfill thal includes $12 million earmarked Run to the Sturnptov, n area: Don Kclblc - Lois Grccnlicl: J;tlllC'-,. Mc,,cal tal regulatory officials are extending design and groundwater monitoring byCongrcssmanAlanB.Mollohanto ~S24.000 tt,r Phtltpp~ tt~ ~tpgradc Doll) crocheted by Rcva Bennett Brenda McCall the comment period ['or the Solid criteria, and changes reporting require- help extend or upgrade water and ~t~ water treatment plant: and (Kanawha Drive CEOS) - Becky Stalnakcr, Waste Management Rule. ments. The proposal also reflects sewer ~crvicc in eight t,,l l)i',,tl let ",75().(K)0 I,~ Fi~trr~,~ ~ilc ~ ,c'x~h,, "- "- sore, who made and donated the gifts group's gratitudcl tionalchanges, clarification on DEP's www.wvsos.com/adlaw/proposed/ funding for several of our commum- ha~c taken a leadership rob m butld- used for the drawing.,,, according to donations(hcl legalpositionontransferstations, and proposedrules.htm. Those without ties in northern West Virginia." ing the support that is necessary to Mrs. Rosa Belle Gainer, Unit presi- am reclssification of Class D and D-I lntemet access can call the Secretary Mollohan said. move these projects forward Their dent. All of you landfills. Revisions are also being of State's office at (304) 558-6000 to Area projects that he has singled ,aork ~s a credil to their c~mmmn,- The Unit would like to commendGroccr'sDay proposed to the permit termination receive paper copies of the proposed out for funding include: tie.,,." he say.,,, the following persons ~ho packed must ~uccessful provisions, as well as the background rules. $5 million for Parkersburg to up- The bill that ocntains the funding groceries, carried groceries to re- investigation reimbursement provi- grade its wastewatertreatment plant: must next hc approxcd b\ the lull To climb steep hills requires slow pace at firsL $1,617,000 for Gitmer County House. --W mShake l m.e, Public Service District to extend wa- First students ..... Henry VIII Not enough room? See us for your storage needsl Multiple sizes --- monthly rates Sxl 0 - *aS 10x10 - *35 10xl S - *4S lOx O - *SS "Where You Want lt. When You Want lt" Concrete Blocks Re Barr Concrete Wire Bagged Mortar & Cement Sand & Gravel ,,,,,,..,., .. ., ,,.,., ., ,., .,.., Commercial & Residential Sand & Limestone WV State Certified 462-8747 Gienville Rt. 33/1 at 6 p.m. B & B Auction 19 between Weston and Glenville (Pickle St. Rem. 30-06 MD 742 Woodsmaster Rem. 22-250 MD 788 W/scope Rem. 30-06 MD 760 Gamemaster w/scope Rem. 308 MD 760 Gamemaster w/scope Rem. 270 MD 7600 w/scope Rem. 35 MD Gamemaster w/scope Savage 12 Ga. MD 220D Savage 16 Ga. MD 220 Savage 410 MD 220A Savage 28 Ga. MD 220A Savage 16 Ga. MD 220A Savage 12 Ga. Springfield Savage 222 MD 340B w/scope Winchester 12 Ga. MD 1912 Ithaca 22 Mag MD M49 Ruger 22 MD 10/22 w/scope Wards Westernfield 22 MD 470 Marlin Glenfield 22 MD 75 w/scope Neport 410 MD WN Marlin 22 Mag. MD 782 w/scope H&R 20 Ga. MD 442 H&R 20 Ga. MD Topper Norinco 50 Cal Muzzleloader (Inline) Traditions 50 Cal Muzzleloader Ardesa Spain 50 Cal. Muzzleloader H&R 22 Rev. MD 922 (9 Shot) Several Gun Cases American Security Gun Safe (Holds 30 Guns) Illl AUCTIONEER: BILL SELF #319 Phone: 269-6330 or visit us on the web at www.bandbauction.com IIII IIIII IIIII II to sustain W.Va.'s NHLA training U.S. Senat~,r Robert C. Byrd. D- enable the organization to support W.Va., recend} won Senate appro~ al 50.000 ',~,I unteers this year--the full of legislation ~hich would alow the enrollment level authorized b) Con- fiscally troubled AmeriCorps to re- gross. In the face of unexpected fed- store 20,000 ~ olunteers' positions tar- eral funding cuts. national geted /'or elimination across the na- AmeriCo~p~, leaders last month an- lion. nounced an 80 percent cutback in the "CommunmesinWestVirginiaand program'.', largest category of volun- throughout the country depend,,n the leers. importantserviceswhichAmeriCorps AmeriCorps volunteers serve 20- provides. ' This funding will allow 40 hours a week and provide such AmeriCorpstoretainitscurrentcadre services as home-building, literacy of volunteers, recruit more commu- tutoring, and cleaning parks 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- their doom," Byrd said. cation grants of up to $4,725 per year Byrd cosponsored a provision that to help finance graduate study or re- the Senate adopted as part of a key pay student loans. appropriations package which pro- With Senate appro',al, the legisla- vides AmeriCorpswith $100mtllion lion next will be considered by a in urgent federal aid. The funding will House-Senate conference committee. Eight students graduated II~,m the ognizcd NHLA first National Hardwood Lumber As- wood lumber in~ soctation Lumber Grading [raining Hardwood Program at the West Virgima Wood critical to the Technology Center in Likens on dustDa~they Wednesday. July 16. and ~,lume of Graduating in the first elm,.,, were: and stJd throu Zachary Currence, Clifford Hams. and many other Cole Montgomery, Jason Nigh. Brock The N H LA Schoonover. Earl Swecker. Steven rules for the Truman and Patrick Wheatly. SpeCtitm ( These students successfully corn- Founded in pleted a 14-week intensive training lion School, program and certification process, Tenn.. v, as created thereby achieving the nationally rec- tional training and Criss Sales & Service Located on Rt. 33W, Old Weston Road Buckhannon, WV Specializing in: HUSQVARNA, SHINDAIWA & SNAPPER Products Plus All Your Logging Supplies! We Service and stand behind the Products we sell/ ..... (3041 ou r L a wn ai(d -,lu r re r ts At a Time Like this, It's Good to have an Agent Who knows You by Name. We're in your neighborhood - there when you need us. Offering individual solutions to help customize your policy so ALL your insurance needs can be met. Call us...stop by...Log on - it's your choice! 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Grantsville 1- 2002 Ford Escape - auto, V6, pw, pl, cd, a/c, 4 2001 CheW S-10 LS -auto, cO, a/c, 4x2, 6K miles 2000 CheW K1500 Silverado - auto,x cab,4x4, 2000Ford Focus SE- 5 Spd,a/c,am/fm cass, 2000 Dodge Dakota Sport - 5 sp, arrVfm cd, V6, 1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport - auto, pw, pl, arrv/rn 1999 Ford F150 XLT - 3rd dr, 5 sp, a/c, am/fm casS 1999 Chew Monte Carlo - auto, a/c, arn/fm cd, pW, 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT - auto, 2 dr, 1999 Pontiac Grand Am SE - 4 dr, pw, pl, cd, 1999 Pontiac Grand Am - 4 dr,auto, arrVfm 1999 Nissan Sentra - 4 dr, sp, arrVfm cass, 1999 Chew S-10 LS Extreme - auto, 34K, 1998 Jeep Wrangler - 5 sp, V6, arrl/fm cass, a/c, 1998 Plymouth Neon Expresso - auto, cd, a/c, 1998 Ford 1=-150 XL - 4x4, 6 cyl, Supreme Court refrains from giving staff across- the-board or merit salary increases For the first time in many years, the West Virginia Supreme Court will not give West Virginia court system employees a yearly across-the-board salary increase. The Court also did not approve any merit raises. The Court's general ~actice is to consider across-the-board and merit salary increases each year before July I. Chie f Justice Larry Starcher re ferred to West Virginia's tight state govern- ment budget in a letter to employees explaining the decision. "[B]ecause neither the Legislature no," the Executive provided salary in- creases for teachers, state police, build- ings and ground workem, 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 he 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 ndalue** LS PACKAGE TILT WHEEL & CRUISE CONTROL * CD PLAYER ALL PAYMENTS CALCULATED AT 7.~9 ~ APR FOR 66 Sale Price $11,695.00 Stock #P448 MONTH TERM. 0 DOWN TAXES AND FEES EXTRA .... ON APPROVED CREDIT, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. 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