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Page 6 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Sept. 25, 2003 "1 trained my cows to call me on their wireless phones whenever they need me. Now ! only hafta check on 'em once a week, if that. Life is GOOD..." Larry B. Chapman Cattle HerdsrruJn veriZQnwtre/ess Store Hours: 8-5 Mon.-Fri. 8-3 Sat.- Phone: 315 W. Main 462-563 The Commission declined to corn- County Commission deals with mit any funds to this project. Finally, Mr. Hu ffendorsed the con- several agencies' problems ~,p, of the Little Kana,aha Park,,ay ,, v~hlch would "be a boost to this county." As to the Blue-Gray Inter- Continued from Page 1 note of caution that day, 'File commis modal Highway idea, he doesn't be- sioners called in County Assessor liexc it will benefit Gihner County as may ha%'e to come out of these funds. Gary Wolfe to explain ,Ahv hismuch. Concurring, President Chapman at- bureau's computer expenses ha',c in- Little Kanawha Parkway mtg. firms, "We do need building ~epairs." creased so dramatically. "Your corn- On a related matter, Commissioner Later in the meeting, the purer bill has gone off the ~',aIl." the Kight. who is also chair of the Little Commission's Maintenance Manager President told Assessor Wolte.Kanawha Parkway Commission, an- Jim McHenry verifies that the roof is Explaining further. Mr. Chapman nounces that the board's next meeting leaking and needs to be repaired notesthatthecomputervendoris"sup- will be at 7 pm. on Tues.. Oct. 7atthe ASAP. Chapman's instruction: "We posedtochargeusaflatfeeof$32.000 Rodney Brown Building in Burns- need to get it (the job) out to bid for those services. Right no,A it will '~ille. "This location is close enough before winter." exceed $40,0(}0 (by the end of fiscal that Gilmer Countians can attend it." In unrelated prospective repairjobs, 2~X)3-2004)/' she states. the commissioners spoke about re- Bewildered. Assessor Wolfe as-In support. Mr. Huff states. "We've placin~ the Courthouse's aging con- sures the commissioners, "We haven't got to push f\~r the LK Parkway. That crete sidewalks, but felt the primary done anything different than what v, ill be the salvation ofourcounty for bid of $3,600 was excessive. In addi- we've done in the past." But, he did economic development." tion, they' inspected the recently in- agree to talk with the ",endor about the In other business, the commission- stalled concrete sidewalk at the front higher expenses~ ers - entrance of the Annex, finding it to be In an unrelated Assessor's Office Congratulated the organizers and cracked atreadv and to~, roughly fin- rcquest, Mr. Wolfe askedandreceived ,,olunteers v, ho arranged for the suc- ished. Mr. Mcl-lenry wasinstructedto permission to set up a one-day rabies cessfut three-day Metal Clean-Up look into this matter with contractor, vaccination clinic at the Courthouse Campaign Days in the county; Eddie Recd. later this fall He relates that man', Approved a resolution endorsing Departmenlsd financial prob- people still need to get their pets '~ac- the recent Zande & Associates Haz- lems cinated, ard Mitigation Plan for the county The commissioners discussed sev- Other business presented by Jeff Harvey; eral problems in the Sheriff's Depart- Denzil fluff, a Gihner County Heard from Dr. Louis Manley that ment, lamenting that no one from that farmer and state Farm Bureau officer, he is willing to allow the proposed agency was available to answer their appeared to make several requests. Glenville Walking Trail to be con- questions, (Chief Depm3 Jimmy First of all, he asked the Commission strutted along the riveron his Maniey Moss's mother had just died and Shed to pass a resol ution endorsing English Farm property, thereby by-passing the iff Rose has been on an extended as the official language of the United log~jam growing within the circles of medical leave of absence) States. "In some city schools, chil- city officials and property owners on Mrs. Iturley outlinesthattheCountv dren are speaking three-or-tour dif- the other side: Clerk'sOf~icekeepseachdepartment"s terent foreign languages," he says, Appro,,ed poll workers for the books, but each department is respon- mentioning that, historically, immi- Vital Services Election and Ballot sibleformonitoringitsown line items grants ha'~e learned the English lan- (Nov. 8): to stay within the budget. "The guageandithasbeenacommonbond. Okayed WVU Extension Office Sheriffs Department isn't watching The commission did not act on this staffer's request to declare October 6 its line items," she reports. "With GaU proposal because they recalled pass- Breast Cancer Awareness Day; off, we don't have anyone to watch ing a similar resolution some time Gave permission to new Deputy over thai I)epartment's finances. All ago. Sheriff Cason S. Jones to attend the deparlments must respect thecounty's SecondI,,. he'd like to see the ',,, atcr BP~sic Police Training School: /ll~tlcv.' and sc~cr service ~e c'