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April 23, 2014

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  Press Release - West Virginia Division of Highways announces there will be minor delays on Ritchie County Route 10/4, Lynn Camp Road, beginning Wednesday, April 23rd, for a pipeline installation.

  Integrity Kokosing will be installing a pipeline for Antero Resources on Ritchie County Route 10/4, Lynn Camp Road, one-half mile north of the junction of Ritchie County Route 7/6. Crews will be in the area from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00p.m. daily through Saturday, April 26th.

  Please be advised that inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances may change the work schedule.

Pennsboro City Council Meets

By Debbie Frederick

  The Pennsboro City Council met Monday night to discuss a variety of topics, including how the Pennsboro Park Board should be recording their minutes.

   The Haymond building at 203 Kimball Avenue will finally be torn down as a bid of $22,000 from Empire Builders was accepted to do the work.

  City Councilman Jim Props reported there are three leaks to repair in the water tank on Industrial Park Road. He stated there is a “desperate need to pursue replacing that tank,” but when asked the cost to do so, Props estimated it would be in the neighborhood of $300,000. It will be addressed at a later meeting.

  Members of the Pennsboro Park Board were sent a formal letter to attend the City Council meeting. When asked Monday night if they had a spokesman, Park Board Secretary, Darla Cokeley, said she would be, but didn’t know the reason.

  Pennsboo City Council had received letters from Friends of the Hughes River and the WV DEP pertaining to selling the water from    

Belpre, OH Gets Freedom Industries Wastewater

By Debbie Frederick

  The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection states that Belpre, Ohio, is the destination for the wastewater and storm water runoff from the Freedom Industries site in Kanawha County.

  The water was loaded into a tanker truck and traveled to EnviroTank Clean, a waste-water treatment facility in Belpre. The bankruptcy trustee for Freedom Industries made a agreement with the company to handle the disposal.

  Between 700,000 to 800,000 gallons of rainwater and snow-melt run-off from the spill were collected at the site since the January 9th incident of the MHCH chemical spill into the Elk River.

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Mountain CEOS

1:00 p.m. Mole Hill Methodist Church

04.24.14

Music Night

7:00-9:00 p.m. Pennsboro Senior Center

04.25.14

  The Ritchie County Adult Basic Education Program is preparing its course offerings for next year.  In order to find out what kind of classes the community wants or needs, we have developed two online surveys.  

  The first is a Community Needs Assessment.  It is open to any member of the community who is over 16 and not enrolled in high school.  

  The second survey is for current and past Adult Basic Education students.  Please take a minute and complete our survey.  We want to serve our community and students in the best manner possible.  

  For any questions, please contact Misty Dawson, Ritchie County ABE/SPOKES Coordinator /Instructor.  Here are the links for our two surveys.

http://tinyurl.com/2014RCABECommunitySurvey


http://tinyurl.com/2014RCABEStudentSurvey

Community Input Needed For Adult Basic Ed Classes

Earth Day Celebration

2:00 p.m. Ellenboro Fire Hall

04.24.14

Smithville CEOS

Noon at Barkers, Smithville

04.23.14