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Next Meeting: Tuesday, March 5, 2019

AGENDA FOR THE PENDLETON COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019

  1. Call to order
  2. Minutes
  3. Maintenance Report
  4. Discuss storage building and options
  5. Review/Sign heating/cooling maintenance agreement
  6. Jay Carter, PVTA Annual Report
  7. PCCB Parking Lot
  8. Internet Equipment
  9. Risk Pool Training
  10. Polling Place Locations
  11. Estate Settlements
  12. Fiduciary Appointments
  13. Exonerations
  14. Approve Bills
  15. Work on Budget (2019-2020)
  16. Adjourn

UNAPPROVED MINUTES FOR MARCH 5, 2019 PENDLETON COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING

AT A COUNTY COMMISSION CONTINUED AND HELD FOR PENDLETON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, AT THE COURTHOUSE THEREOF, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019.

PRESENT: GENE McCONNELL, CARL HEVENER AND CAROLE HARTMAN.

Minutes of the February 19 meeting of the County Commission were unanimously approved.

MAINTENANCE

*Don Largent Roofing will look at the awning to be constructed at the Rescue Squad Building.

*There was a leak in the stairwell at the Courthouse over the weekend. Possibly from the roof. Will have someone check to see if gutters are blocked. Gene McConnell stated that need to replace all ceiling tiles that have water spots so that in future can tell early on when a new leak may be happening.

*The generator at the Courthouse is still whining. Dyna-Tech will check it out. May need to replace a part.

*The bay door at the Rescue Squad building is not working properly. Karen Pitsenbarger will contact Overhead Doors to check it out.

Jay Carter from the Potomac Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) submitted the 2018 fiscal year audit report and gave an update for that year. He also presented his budget request in the amount of $5,000.00 for fiscal year 2020. Jay thanked the Commission for their support over the past years.

Kirk Wilson of L&W Enterprises reviewed the next 8 phases of repairing the Pendleton County Community Building parking lot with the Commission. He will work with Karen Pitsenbarger in getting a bid package together for those phases. The Commission will decide how many phases to complete after the bids are returned.

The Commissioners discussed placing a storage building on the High Street parking lot. They tabled any decisions until further information is gathered as to the amount of storage that will be needed in order to determine the size of the building.

On motion of Carl Hevener, vote unanimous, the Commission signed the cooling and heating maintenance agreement with AQS. This agreement covers the Courthouse, Pendleton Community Building, Clinton Hedrick Community Building and the Health Department. The annual cost will be $5,520.

The current router used for internet service is no longer serviceable under the state contract. On motion of Carole Hartman, vote unanimous, the Commission agreed to purchase a new router with a three-year maintenance contract with Global Science & Technology at an estimated cost of around $3,600.

On motion of Carole Hartman, vote unanimous, WV Counties Risk Pool Insurance will provide a sexual harassment training class to all county employees and elected officials at no cost to the County

The Commission discussed consolidating some of the polling locations due to various reasons, including the ADA polling location inspection and state code requirements for voter registration totals per precinct. They are considering consolidating Precincts 1 and 2, Precincts 5 and 6, Precincts 7A and 7B, and Precincts 11 and 12. A block ad and legal publication will be placed in The Pendleton Times to inform the public of these possible consolidations.

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.

TThe probation of the Last Will and Testament of Rosetta M. Hartman, deceased; Witnesses by affidavit, Ruth M. Shrader and Mary E. May; The appointment of John Paul Huffman as Executor of the Estate of Rosetta M. Hartman, deceased; Bond not required per Last Will and Testament of deceased.

The probation of the Last Will and Testament of Kenneth W. Crummett, deceased; Witnesses by affidavit, Nancy D. Mallow and Latricia M Flynn; The appointment of Carol Triplett as Executor of the Estate of Kenneth W. Crummett, deceased; Bond not required per Last Will and Testament of deceased.

The appointment of M. Zelene Harman as Fiduciary Commissioner in the Estate of Charles Francis Good, Jr., deceased.

The appointment of Sharon Granofsky as Administratrix of the Estate of Daniel Eli Granofsky, deceased. Bond in the amount of $1,000.00 with Stephen Teter as Surety.

The appointment of Mary June Bennett as Administratrix of the Estate of Henry E. Bennett, Jr., deceased; Bond in the amount of $5,000.00 with Scott Alan Bennett as Surety.

The appointment of Michael E. Smith as Administrator of the Estate of Luna Lee Hagy, deceased; Bond in the amount of $2,500.00 with Peggy Smith as Surety.

The probation of the Last Will and Testament of Nathan G. Hedrick, deceased; Witnesses by affidavit, Winona R. Hewitt and Patricia Musgrove; The appointment of Virginia M. Hedrick as Executrix of the Estate of Nathan G. Hedrick, deceased; Bond not required per Last Will and Testament of deceased.

The probation of the Last Will and Testament of Phoebe Alice Cowger, deceased; Witnesses by affidavit, Carol Hartman and Mary Ann Wagoner; The appointment of Kristi VanMeter as Executrix of the Estate of Phoebe Alice Cowger, deceased; Bond in the amount of $500.00 with Jerry Sinnett as Surety.

The appointment of Robert Hall as Administrator of the Estate of Kathleen Anne Price, deceased; Bond in the amount of $500.00 with Katherine Jones as Surety.

The probation of the Last Will and Testament of Dolen Guy Rexrode, deceased; Witnesses by affidavit, Winona R. Hewitt and Kennedy Armentrout; The appointment of Michael Guy Rexrode and Bonetta Kristina Rexrode as Co-Executors of the Estate of Dolen Guy Rexrode, deceased; Bond not required per Last Will and Testament of deceased.

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

Shirley Wimer, Administratrix of the Estate of Vernon Lee Wimer, deceased; Waiver of Final Settlement

There were no exonerations.

The Commissioners discussed Broadband connection

The Commission worked on the budget for the 2019/2020 fiscal year.

ORDERED THAT COMMISSION DO ADJOURN UNTIL TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019.

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PRESIDENT