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Next Meeting: Tuesday, February 6, 2018

AGENDA FOR THE PENDLETON COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2018

  1. Call to order
  2. Minutes
  3. Maintenance Report
  4. Recognize Student of Excellence - Madison Sites
  5. SCBG Drawdown & Resolution
  6. Appoint 911 Advisory Board Members
  7. Review/Sign Cornerstone phone maintenance contract
  8. Review Securities Pledged by Pendleton Community Bank
  9. Sheriff's Monthly Financial Report
  10. Fiduciary Appointments
  11. Estate Settlements
  12. Exonerations
  13. Adjourn

UNAPPROVED MINUTES FOR JANUARY 16, 2018 PENDLETON COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING

AT A COUNTY COMMISSION CONTINUED AND HELD FOR PENDLETON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, AT THE COURTHOUSE THEREOF, ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2018.

PRESENT: GENE McCONNELL, CARL HEVENER AND RANDY ROBERSON.

The Commission recognized Madison Sites, Pendleton County High School student, with a plaque acknowledging her outstanding scholastic achievements. Madison was chosen from Pendleton County and featured in the EQT magazine, in affiliation with the State Journal.

Minutes of the January 2, 2018 meeting of the County Commission were unanimously approved.

MAINTENANCE ISSUES:

  • *The heating issues at the Pendleton County Community Building are fixed.
  • *Matt Waggy should be finished by the end of the week with the PCCB lot.

On motion of Carl Hevener, vote unanimous, the Commission signed a Resolution for a drawdown of funds for the Seneca Rocks Water Project.

By motion of Carl Hevener, vote unanimous, the following board members were reappointed to the 911 Advisory Board: Three-year term: Donald Hedrick, Jay Smith, Andy Teter, and Jerry Bowers One-year term: Randy Roberson

On motion of Randy Roberson, vote was unanimous, the Commission signed a yearly telephone maintenance agreement with Cornerstone Technology Services, LLC in the amount of $4,409.81.

Securities pledged to the Pendleton County Commission by Pendleton Community Bank as of December 31, 2017 were reviewed and filed.

The Sheriff’s Monthly Financial Statement for December 2017 was recorded and filed.

THE FOLLOWING APPOINTMENTS OF ADMINISTRATORS, EXECUTORS, ETC., DONE BY THE CLERK IN VACATION OF THE COMMISSION, WERE THIS DAY PRESENTED TO THE COMMISSION, APPROVED AND CONFIRMED.

The probation of the Last Will and Testament of Bonnie K. Elyard, deceased; Witnesses by affidavit, Tamara J. Smith and Louise Moore; The appointment of Marcia C. Warner as Executrix of the Estate of Bonnie K. Elyard, deceased; Permitted to qualify without bond as per Last Will and Testament of deceased.

The probation of the Last Will and Testament of Peggy A. Bennett, deceased; Signature proven by Rebecca A. Hedrick; The appointment of Franklin R. Bennett as Executor of the Estate of Peggy A. Bennett, deceased; Permitted to qualify without bond as per Last Will and Testament of deceased.

The appointment of George I. Sponaugle, II as Fiduciary Commissioner in the Estate of Benjamin L. Adamson, deceased.

THE FOLLOWING SETTLEMENTS OF ACCOUNTS WERE THIS DAY PRESENTED TO THE COMMISSION, APPROVED AND ORDERED RECORDED AND FILED:

Frankie Hill, Personal Representative of the Estate of Gladys Hartman, deceased; First and Final Settlement

Lucy Kisamore and Rebecca Funk, Personal Representatives of the Estate of Joe K. Hedrick, deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

Barbara A. Key, Personal Representative of the Estate of E. Hadley Brown, deceased; Affidavit and Waiver of Final Settlement

There were no exonerations filed.

ORDERED THAT COMMISSION DO ADJOURN UNTIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2018.

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PRESIDENT