March 7th Pocahontas County Commission Meeting Agenda
The Pocahontas County Commission will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 7th at their office in the Marlinton Courthouse.
At 8:30 a.m., they will approve any Exoneration Orders and approve the minutes of the last meeting.
At 8:35 there will be an opportunity for public comments to the commissioners.
At 8:45 the commissioners consider removing the representative of the estate of Mulvie William Grimes.
At 9:00 they will consider administratively closing estates that did not respond to their January 6, 2023 unprogressed estate notice.
At 9:15 they will consider purchasing a telephone system upgrade from STI Networks.
At 9:30 they will consider approving an agreement with the county Little Leagues for them to use space in the ARC/former Hanover Shoe Building.
At 9:45 they will consider approving three requests from 911/EMS Director Mike O’Brien:
- Approval of the replacement of the Thomastown 911 tower.
- Approval of the 2020 Emergency Management Performance Grant Award.
- Approval of the $65,000 HSGP Grant for license plate readers.
At 10:00 Day Report Director Rita Griffith will present the details of 2024 Community Corrections Grant to the commissioners.
At 10:15, the commissioners will consider approving the application to the U.S. Forrest Service to extend ARC Broadband construction through parts of the Mon Forest.
At 10:30, Lesley Taylor of Region 4 will request the commissioners approve the grant evidentiary materials for the Thornwood Water Extension Project.
At 10:45 the commissioners will consider two appointments to the LEPC:
- Kevin Stitzinger as the Emergency Management Representative
- Ross Harrison as the Durbin Greenbrier Valley Railroad Representative.
The commissioners will also take up the following items which do not have specific times assigned to them.
- Final settlements and orders.
- Mail items and concerns.
- Budget Revision and Resolution #3 involving a Law Enforcement Refund and the Pocahontas County Ambulance Service.
- The acquiring of a drug-dog for the Sheriff’s Department.
- The writing of a letter of support for a congressionally directed spending request (or earmark) to support the new 911 building project.
- The approval of part-time employees, a training officer, and a Medical Director for the new Pocahontas County EMS Ambulance Service.
- They will discuss and consider taking action on the East Fork Tannery sewer hookup.
- Attorney Stephen Skinner will update the commissioners regarding the Opioid Litigation Settlement, if there are any updates on that settlement.
Next, the commissioners will approve invoices then adjourn the meeting.