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NOTICE

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The Taylor County Commission seeks a well-qualified individual to perform in a part-time position as Emergency Service Coordinator. This will include serving in the Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, and also in the Office of Floodplain Management. Licensing and certification in the relevant fields are preferred, but will not disqualify prospective candidates. Salary shall be commensurate with experience and training. The Taylor County Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, sex, or national origin. Please apply by Friday, March 13, 2015 at 4.00 P.M. at the Office of Taylor County Clerk within the Taylor County Courthouse.

Source: February 21, 2015 Read More →

NOTICE

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON CASE NO. 15-0036-PWD-CN-PC GREEN VALLEY-GLENWOOD PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT and BLUEWELL PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT Application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to upgrade the existing Glenwood Water Treatment Facility and install a new intake structure at the Doctor Dan Hale Reservoir, as well as a new raw water intake line to convey water to Glenwood Water Treatment Facility, to enter into a Water Purchase Agreement with Bluewell Public Service District, located in Mercer County. NOTICE OF FILING On January 16. 2015, Green Valley-Glenwood Public Service District (District) filed an application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to upgrade the existing Glenwood Water Treatment Facility and install a new intake structure at the Doctor Dan Hale Reservoir, as well as a new raw water intake line to convey water to Glenwood Water Treatment Facility, to enter into a Water Purchase Agreement with Bluewell Public Service District. located in Mercer County. The application is on file with and available for public inspection at the Public Service Commission, 201 Brooks Street, in Charleston, West Virginia. The District estimates that construction will cost approximately $17,101,000. It is proposed that the construction will be financed as follows: RUS Grant in the amount of $1,390,000 and RUS Loan (3.25{4ceb532c6f579389df471c6c1e832caf2346b74dc60fcbf6aabd4d29df3baf9c}, 40 years) in the amount of $15,711,000. The District anticipates charging the following rates for its customers: APPLICABILITY Applicable in entire territory served. AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE Available for general domestic, commercial and industrial service. RATES (For all customers with metered water supply) First 2,000 gallons used per month $10.59 per 1,000 gallons Next 2.000 gallons used per month $ 8.49 per 1,000 gallons Next 6,000 gallons used per month $ 6.38 per 1,000 gallons Next 90,000 gallons used per month $ 4.27 per 1,000 gallons All over 100,000 gallons used per month $ 2.17 per 1,000 gallons MINIMUM CHARGE No monthly bill will be rendered for less than the following amounts, according to the size of the meter installed: 5/8″ inch meter $ 21.18 3/4″ inch meter $ 31.77 1 ” inch meter $ 52.95 1 – 1/4″ inch meter $ 77.31 1 – 1/2″ inch meter $ 105.90 2 ” inch meter $ 169.44 3 ” inch meter $ 317.70 4 ” inch meter $ 529.50 6 ” inch meter $1,059.00 8 ” inch meter $1,694.40 SALES FOR RESALE Sales for Resale to Bluewell Public Service District will be at a rate of $1.91 per 1,000 gallons AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL Based on 2,000 gallons $21.18 Based on 4,000 gallons $38.16 These rates represent the following project-related increases to become effective upon substantial completion of the project unless otherwise ordered: ($)INCREASE ({4ceb532c6f579389df471c6c1e832caf2346b74dc60fcbf6aabd4d29df3baf9c})INCREASE Residential (3,000 gal.) $ 4.09 16{4ceb532c6f579389df471c6c1e832caf2346b74dc60fcbf6aabd4d29df3baf9c} Commercial (10,000 gal.) $10.54 16{4ceb532c6f579389df471c6c1e832caf2346b74dc60fcbf6aabd4d29df3baf9c} Industrial (100,000 gal.) $63.64 16{4ceb532c6f579389df471c6c1e832caf2346b74dc60fcbf6aabd4d29df3baf9c} Resale (per 1,000 gal.) $ 1.91 new charge The District has one resale customer: Bluewell Public Service District The proposed increased rates and charges related to the project will produce approximately $743.817 as a result of new customers, and $973,601 as a result of increased rates annually and additional revenue, an increase of 16{4ceb532c6f579389df471c6c1e832caf2346b74dc60fcbf6aabd4d29df3baf9c} in existing rates. with an overall increase in total revenue of 56{4ceb532c6f579389df471c6c1e832caf2346b74dc60fcbf6aabd4d29df3baf9c}. The total increase granted will not exceed this estimate unless further notice is provided. The increases shown are based on averages of all customers in the indicated class. Individual customers may receive increases that are greater or less than average. Furthermore, the requested rates and charges among the various classes of customers are only a proposal and are subject to change (increases or decreases) by the Public Service Commission in its review of this filing. Anyone desiring to protest or intervene should file a written protest or request to intervene within thirty (30) days following the date of this publication unless otherwise modified by Commission order. Failure to timely protest or request to intervene can affect your right to protest aspects of this certificate case, including any associated rate increases, or to participate in future proceedings. All protests or requests to intervene should briefly state the reason for the protest or request to intervene. Requests to intervene must comply with the rules on intervention set forth in the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure. All protests and requests to intervene should be addressed to Ingrid Ferrell, Executive Secretary, P. 0. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323. In the absence of substantial protest received within thirty (30) days of this publication, the Commission may waive formal hearing and grant the application based on the Commission’s review of the evidence submitted with the application.