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% } PUBLIC NOTICE CHANGE OF RATES WITH PROPOSED EFFECTIVE DATE NOTICE ~s hereby gwen that MOUNTAINEER GAS COMPANY, a pubi~c utility, has bled wilh the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA,'a tanff containing increased rates, tolls and charges for turn~sh~ng natural gas service to approximately 205,000 customers at vanous tocabons ~n the CountLes of Barbour, Berkley, Boone, Braxton, Brooke, Cabcll, Calhoun. Clay. Doddndge. Fayette, Gilmer, Grant. Greenbrier. Hancock, Hardy. Hamson, Jackson, Jefferson, Kanawha Lew~s. LF~coln Logan, Manon. Marshall, Mason, McDowell, Mercer, Mineral, M,ngo. Mononga~ia. Monroe. Ohio, Preston, Putnam, Raleigh, Randolph, Ritch~e, Roane, Summers Tucker, Tyler. Upshur, Wayne. Wetzel. WEd, Wood, and Wyom,ng The proposed increased rates and charges w,tl become effectwe October 27, 2004. unless otherwise ordered by the Public Service Commission and will in total produce approximately $23 4 md~;on annua;;y ~n add~t~ona! revenue, an increase of approximately 9 6%. The average month y bq{ for lbe various classes of customers ~s proposed to be charged as follows: $ % Residential $ 7.18 10.8% Commercial $ 31.09 9.0% Industrial $ 810.35 2.6 % Resale $1.245.50 3.5% Resa!e customers of Mountaineer Gas Company. ~nclude Ashford Gas Company, Canaan Valley Gas Company Gas Hotden Gas. Logan Gas. ScJfhem Public Service, Valley Gas Company and West Virginia Power Gas Service The increases shown are based on averages of a!i customers ~n the indicated c~ass Each c~ass may receive an increase or decrease greater than states here Individual customers may receive increases that are greater or less than average Futhermore, the requested increased rates and charges are only a proposal and are subject to change (increases or decreases) by the Public Service Commission in its rev;ew of this fiiing Any ~ncrease =n rates and charges will not become effective untd authonzed and approved by the Pubi~c Sewce Commission (If a heanng is conducted, nobce will be given of the time and place of heanng ) Anyone desinng to protest or ,ntervene should fle a written protest or notice of ~ntervent~on pnor to October 27 20'04, unless otherw,se mod:f ed by Commission order. Failure to timely protest or ~ntervene can affect your rights to protest any rate increases and to participate in future proceedings All protests or requests to :nlervene snou!d briefly state the reason for the protest or mfervent,on. Requests to intervene mdst comply w,th the Commission's rules on intervention. All protests and intervenbons should be addressed to The Executive Secretary, Public Service Commission of West V~rgm~a. PO Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323. A compiete copy of th,s tariff, as weii as a representative of the Company to provide any :,nformahon requested concerning it. Is avada01e to all customers, prospectwe cvstomers, or the;r agents at any of the loll, owing offices of the Company 2401 Sissonville Dnve 1300 Cole Avenue Charleston WV 253!2 Elkins, WV 26241 ! 310 Pa~rmont Avenue 100 Business Street Pa~rmont. WV 26554 Beckley, WV 25801 1205 6th Avenue Harland Ridder Drive Huntington. WV 25701 Keyser, WV 26726 105 West H:gh Street 311 Feamster Road Kingwood WV 26537 Lew;sburg, WV 24901 State Route 5 901 WiJson Street Mount Gay WV 25637 Ma~insburg, WV 25402 109 Beckley Road 1346 Cove Road Priceton, WM 24740 Weirton, WV 26062 107 Royal Street 19th & Wood Streets Ravenswood, WV 26164 Wheeling, WV 26003 501 Stockton Street Charleston, WV 253! 2 Additional information, as welt as an appointment for physical viewing may be made by calling (304) 367-3442 or !- 800- ALLEGHENY (1-800-255-3443.) A copy of ths tariff ~s also available for publ~c inspection at the Office of the Executive Secretary of the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION at 201 Brooks Street, Charleston. West V~rg~n~a. Allegheny Power for Mountaineer Gas Company Legal Class If 21 10-14c ............................................................................................................................ HospitalAssociation The following local Senate and endorses candidates House candidates were endorsed, The-West Vireinia Association Po- based on voting record, support for litical Action Committee (HOSPAC) healthcare issues, and recommenda- has announced its endorsements for tions from West Virginia Hospital the candidates of the Governor. West Association (WVHA) member hos- Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, pitals. - West Virginia Senate (By District); the West Virginia Senate and the West Virginia House of Delegates in the 4th: Karen Facemyer, 12th: Bill upcoming general election Tues., Sharpe, '5th: Mike Ross. House of Delegates {By t)istrict); Nov. 2. In statewide races, HOSPIC is cn- 7th: Otis Leggett, 1 I th: Bob Ashley. dorsin~_ Joe Manchin for the Office of Hospital Association Political Ac- the G(~'ernor and Brent Benjamin for tion Committee Endorses Candidates: the West Virginia Supreme Court of 33rd: William F. Stemple and 34th Appeals. _ Brent Boggs. Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004 -- The NOTICE OF REDEMPTION FOR GILMER COUNTY To: Vickie Moss, Chades E. Forsylhe Trustee, Small Business Administration or heirs at law, devisees, creditors, representatives, successors or assigns. You will take notice thal Lmwlle F. Couch, the purchaser of the following real estate, Certification No.: 111669, Ideated in Glenville District, Glenville Municipality described as: Fee 9.018 Sq Ft S. S. Kanawha 185 N28 W55 N49 E 150 Cain, which was returned delinquent or nonentered in the name of Butler, Josle C. & Vlckie L. Moss, and was sold by the deputy commissioner of delinquent and nonentered lands of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes on 7/29/2004 Linville F Couch requeststhat you be notified a deed for such real estate will be made on or after November 15, 2004, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount to redeem on or before November 15, 2004, will be as follows: Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the date of the sale, with interest, to November 15. 2004. $1,36692 Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale, with interest to November 15, 2004. $'~.00 Amount paid for Title Examinabon and preparation of the list to be served and for preparation and service of nohce wflh interest to November 15, 2004 $484 60 Additional Statutory'Fees with Interest to November 15, 2004 $0 00 Total Required: $1.851.52 You may redeem at any t,me before November 15, 2004 by paying the above total less any unearned interest Given under my hand September 28, 2004 G. Russell Roltyson Jr. Deputy Commissioner of Delinquent and Nonentered Lands of Gilmer County, State of West Virginia Legal Class III 3t 10-21 c Please make your check payable to the Sheriff of Gilmer county and return to WV State Auditor's Office Collections Office, Building 1, room W-116, Charleston, West Virginia 25305 Sealed Bids Request For Proposal and Bid Accepting sealed bids thru Oct. 15th on The GilmerCounty Senior Center, 720 1981FordVan CanbeseenatGil.Co. Rec Ctr. North Lewis Street, Glenville, West Vlr- For ~nformat~on call, Jason 462-7653. gin=a 26351, ~s in the process of obtaining Jason Eger Proposals and Bids from quafified contrac- Director of Gilmer Co. Rec. Center furs to construct a 36 X 28 utility building at Oct. 4, 2004 the Senior Center. This project will include Legal Class II 2t 10-14c turnkey professional services that are nec- ............................................................. essary, but not limited to: Plans, Project Bid, Site Preparation and Construction 2004 Fall Trout Sum / Fixed Fee basis. AIt contractors interested in being considered lor this project Stocking Begins fications, technical expertise and related prior experience. October Please contact Mary Oldaker, 720 Lewis Street Glenville, West Virginia 26351 (PH: 304-462-5761 ) for more details. All propos- als must be received at the Senior Center no later than October 29, 2004 at 4:30 pm The West Virginia Division of Natu- LPT. ral Resources' 2004 fall trout stock- Attention is directed to the fact that all ing will take place during the weeks work will be performed in accordance with the regulations issued by the State of West of October 12 and 18, according to Virginia and prevailing wage will be a re- Mike Shingleton of the Division of quirement. Natural ResourcesWildlifeResources The selected firm will be required to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of Section. 1964, Executive Order 11246, Section 109 Approximately 35,000 pounds of of the Housing and Urban Development trout will be stocked during the two- Act of 1974, Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, Conffict of week period in 26 streams and nine Interest Statement and Access to Records lakes as indicated in the 2004 fishing Provisions. regulations. Edwards Run Pond has TheCouncilofSeniorCitizensofGilmer County, Inc. w~ll afford opportunity for mi- been drained because of problems nority business enterprises to respond to with the darn, and will not be stocked this invitation and will not discriminate this fall. against any interested firm or individual on the grounds of race. creed, color, sex, age The Williams River road, which han0icap, or nalional origin in the contract has been closed this summer because award. of road work, will be open during the This contract will be awarded Io the responsible firm whose proposal is within fall stocking period. Therefore, Will- the competitive range and determined to tams River will receive its normal fall be the most advantageous to the Gilmer trout stockings. Above-average rain- County Senior Center. fall in recent weeks has resulted in Mary Oldaker, Director Council of Senior Citizens of Gilmer excellent stream conditions for the County, Inc. upcoming fall stocking. Good Legal Class 112t 10-21c carryover of trout stocked this past The Gilmer County Senior Center has the right to reject any or all bids. 720 North spring should also result in some very Lewis Street, Glenvilte, WV 26351 good fall and winter fishing opportu ........................................................ nities. *** Anglers can call the Fisherman's i Our remedies oft in ourselves Hotline at (304) 558-3399 or visit the : do lie which we aacribe to web site at www.wvdnr.gov to find heaven. out which streams have been stocked . --William Shakespeare, each day. Ali's Well That Ends Well T 17, 18 & 19 Sunday - noon til 7:00 pm Monday - 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Tuesday- 9:00 am- 7:00 pm IIII II Living Room: Sofas, Loveseats, Chairs, Glider Rockers, Recliners, Futons, Ottomans, End Tables, Cocktail Tables, Highqeg Chairs... Bedroom: Bedroom Suites, Daybeds. Bunkbeds, Cedar Chests, Wardrobes, Cheval Mirrors, Vanities, Metal Headbds., Captain's Bed, Canopy Bed, Mattress Sets in plush, firm, pillow-top & euro-top. . . Dining Room: Formal or Casual Tables, Chairs, Chinas, Microwave Stands, Kitchen Stands... Home Office: Computer Desks, Bookshelves, File Cabinets, Storage Cabinets... Accessories: Lamps, Mirrors, Curios, Gun Cabinets, Entertainment Centers, Magazine/Table Stands, Carpet... FAMIL I FURNITURE CENTER 527 Elk Street - Gassaway, WV 364-8774 I" GLENVILLE CITY POLICE CITATION On Oct. 4 at 6:40 p.m., Amanda Rose Jenkins, 21, of Glenville, was cited by the Glenville City Police for failure to keep right on Elm Street at the Small World Daycare Center area. GLENVILLE CITY POLICE TRAFFIC REPORT On Oct. 7 at 5:15 p.m., Amanda Rose Jenkins, 21, of Glenville, driv- ing a silver 1996 Ford Mustang owned by Scott Kayser of Linn and going east on Elm Street, veered left of center, crashing head-on with a green 1999 Ford Taurus driven by Ryan Brett Chapman, 19, and owned by Larry B. Chapman, both of Glenville. The Chap- man vehicle was on his side of the road, according to the accident report. Both vehicles were towed by Drake's Auto Sales and Towing to the Drake's repair lot. GILMER SHERIFF'S DEPT. REPORT There were no traffic accidents or crimes to report for this past week, according to Sheriffs Department au- A UTO DETAILING "Detailing At Its Fi nest" Glenville l)emocrat/Pathfinder -- Pace 9A thorities. GILMER COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET, OCT. 12 On Tues., Oct. 12, five inmates, separately, appealed for parole from Circuit Judge Jack Alsop, according to a document from Circuit Clerk Lane Smith. Parole was denied for Michael Fitz- water who is currently lodged in the Central Regional Jail. Parole was denied for Brian K. Stewart who is currently lodged in the Central Regional Jail. Parole was denied for Hunter M. Bennett, Jr. Parole was denied for Jacob Eu- gene Kelley who was sentenced to two-to-10 years in the West Virginia State Penitentiary. Kendra Kohler, who was in the Central Regional Jail, was sentenced to one-to-five years of probation. GILMER COUNTY MAGISTRATES COURT Due to the holiday, this information could not be collected on deadline day (Tues.), but will appear in next week's edition. % APY The Choice Phs CD from United % APY Our CD Rates are Way Up There. Presenting a pair of sky-high investment oppor- tunities from one of the nation's top performing financial institutions. United Bank's ?-month Certificate of Deposit is one of the best rates for short term idvestments. 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