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Next Meeting: Tuesday, May 16, 2017

AGENDA FOR THE PENDLETON COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2017

  1. Call to order
  2. Minutes
  3. Maintenance Report
  4. 911 Addressing Status - Diana Mitchell
  5. Review VDOT/Pendleton E-911 MOA
  6. Towing Complaint
  7. Walt Helmick - Economic Development in Pendleton County
  8. Sheriff's Monthly Financial Settlement
  9. Fiduciary Appointments
  10. Estate Settlements
  11. Exonerations
  12. Adjourn

UNAPPROVED MINUTES FOR MAY 16, 2017 PENDLETON COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING

AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION HELD FOR PENDLETON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, AT THE COURTHOUSE THEREOF, ON TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2017.

PRESENT: GENE McCONNELL, PRESIDENT, AND COMMISSIONER CARL HEVENER AND COMMISSIONER RANDY ROBERSON.

Minutes of the May 2, 2017 meeting of the County Commission were unanimously approved.

MAINTENANCE ISSUES:

  • *Three bids for the High Street Parking Lot were opened. The lowest bid of $17,850 was awarded to Whiterock Excavating, LLC.
  • Gypsy Moth treatments started today and will continue through the week.
  • A contract was received from Silling Associates for the columns project. Will have the Prosecuting Attorney review.

Diana Mitchell was unable to attend. The 911 Addressing Status will be scheduled for a later meeting.

Due to issues with the CAD system at 911, reports in regards to the towing complaint were not available at this time. The complaint will be addressed at a later meeting.

The Commission reviewed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) whereas VDOT and Pendleton E-911 would collaborate in installing one or more traffic cameras near the WV-VA state line on Shenandoah Mountain for purposes of addressing weather and traffic-related incidents. VDOT would cover all costs involved in this endeavor and the cameras would be accessible to all government agencies and the public at large. Carl Hevener made a motion to sign the MOA, vote was unanimous.

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 appointment of Barbara A. Key as Administratrix cta of the Estate of E. Hadley Brown, deceased; Bond $500.00 with James D. Brown as Surety.

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

Ralph E. Nelson, II, Executor of the Estate of Ralph E. Nelson, Sr., deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

Maria M. Hottinger, Executrix of the Estate of Larry K. Propst, deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

Michael Clay Hedrick, Executor of the Estate of Riley C. Hedrick, deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

Amy VanMeter, Executrix of the Estate of Bertha L. Propst, deceased; Final Settlement

Lucy Ellen Bodkin, Executrix of the Estate of Billy Sheldon Bodkin, deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

R. Paul Clayton, Executor of the Estate of Wilda R. Clayton, deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

Jack D. Vogel, Administrator of the Estate of John David Vogel, deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

Walt Helmick discussed economic conditions in Pendleton County and surrounding areas.

The Sheriff’s Monthly Financial Settlement for April, 2017 was recorded and filed.

No exonerations were presented.

ORDERED THAT COMMISSION DO ADJOURN UNTIL TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 2017.

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PRESIDENT