February 1st Pocahontas County Commission Meeting Agenda
The Pocahontas County Commission will meet in regular session at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 1st at the Commission’s office in the Courthouse in Marlinton, with the following agenda.
After routine opening procedures, at 8:35 the commissioners will hear public comments.
At 8:45, the commissioners will hold a public meeting on behalf of the Pocahontas County Public Service District regarding their application for a Community Development Block Grant for funding the Thornwood Waterline Extension Project.
At 9:00, the commissioners will consider appropriating funds to the Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission for the construction/preservation of the historic County Clerk’s office in Huntersville.
At 9:15, the commissioners will consider 911/OES Director Mike O’Brien’s requests for approval of the Emergency Management Performance Grant COVID-19 Supplement Award and for the commissioners’ consideration of an amendment to the 911 Mapping & Addressing Ordinance.
At 9:30, Commissioner Rebinski will address the issue of abandoned vehicles on roadways, then at 9: 45, he will also discuss updating an emergency communication tower.
At 10:00, the commissioners will hold a Board of Review and Equalization Hearing.
At 10:15, they will consider a contribution/funding request from Tony Byrd of the Northern Pocahontas County Community Assistance, Inc.
The commissioners will also discuss and consider action of the following items that do not have a specific time assigned to them
- Approval of final settlements and orders
- Mail items and concern.
- A request by County clerk Melissa Bennett for the commissioners to adopt an emergency Absentee Voting Policy.
- Commissioner Helmick will discuss a potential tourism project.
- The meeting will end following the approval of invoices
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