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2A May 7. 2011 Mountain Messenger - The Weekend Paper for the Greenbder Valley For The Record Ronald S. Lester to Ronald L. Lester, 1 Parcel, Anthony Creek Dis- trict Danny R. Pickering to Janet K. Pickering, 1 Parcel, Ronceverte Municipality Debra A. Mullins to Robert C. Kellison and Larita U. Kellison, 2.3 Acres, Falling Spring District Rhonda L. (Roach) Brooks to Arthur L. Brooks and Rhonda L. Brooks, 0.689 Acre, White Sulphur District I Cecil Gabbert and Barbara Gabbert to Dwayne Napier and David I Coffman, 7.57 Acres, Lewisburg District I Tanya M. Wheatley (now Stollings) and Robert L. Stollings to Danny I G. Burgess, 1.00 Acre, Anthony Creek District l" Philip R. Fife to Matthew R. Fife, 1.27 Acres, White Sulphur District I Philip P. Ornold and Becky A. Ornold to West Virginia Department of I'Transp°rtati°n' Division of Highways, 0.0953 Acre, Lewisburg District " .Jimmie R. Altizer and Elizabeth C. Altizer to John Michael Altizer and I Steven Russel Altizer, 3 Parcels, Fort Spring District . Sweet Grass Properties, LLC to Ralph Ballard and Debra K. Ballard, 0:23 Acre, Lewisburg District Sweet Grass Properties, LLC to Investment Holdings, LLC, 0.21 Acre, Lewisburg District Sweet Grass Properties, LLC to George L. MacKinnon and Laurie F. MacKinnon, 0.22 Acre, Lewisburg District Hotel and Restaurant Employees Local Union Number 863 AFL-CIO to Workers United Local 863, 2 Parcels, White Sulphur District Phillip D. O'Dell and Debra E. O'Dell to Gary L. Cooper and Kathy M. Cooper, 3.416 Acres, Meadow Bluff District Elisha D. Toney to Jeremy D. Toney, 1/2 Undivided Interest in 5.996 Acres, Meadow Bluff DistrictB Mark Kirt and Big Dreams, LLC to Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity, Inc., 1.11 Acres, White Sulphur Municipality James I. Holliday and Susan M. Holliday to Howard Neal and Dani- elle Neal, 1 Lot, White Sulphur District Loretta Coffman to Stoneway Properties, LLC, 1 Lot, Ronceverte MuniciPality • Carolyn Sue McGrew to Raymond James Trust N.A. Trustee of the Kylee Winals Settlement Preservation Trust, 3 Tracts, Meadow Bluff District Mark J. Linkous to Jennpea's Holdings, Inc., 2 Parcels, White Sul- phur Municipality Avery D. Atkins to Dennis V. Spry and Sandy Spry, 1 Lot, Lewisburg. Municipality Kirit Dave, Uma Dave and Neha Dave to Gone T. Hilton, III and Erica H. Hilton, 3 Parcels, Lewisburg Municipality Doris W. Cobb and Ronald L. Cobb to John Carnifax, 2 Lots, Meadow Bluff District Your Local Weather Lisa M. Redden to Lisa M. Redden and Brian K. Redden, 1.01 Acres, Meadow Bluff District Johnny Lee Lambert and Twila L. Michaud to Bobby Walker and Tywanna Walker, 0.286 Acre, Meadow Bluff Distdct Billy W. Brooks and Betty Jo Brooks to Greg Sampson and Audrey Sampson, 43,560 Square Feet, Fort Spring District Marriage Licenses Roger Lee Surbaugh,Jr., Meadow Bridge and Gladys Maude Lance, Rainelle Matthew Allen Hanshew, Smoot and Priscilla Maria Smith, Smoot Danny Moore Fairfax, Wilmington, NC and Vicki Renee Baldwin, Rupert ©2009 American Profile Hom~ New Suits Gary Walkup vs. Davis-Stuart, Inc., a West Virginia corporation Roger Williams vs. Laura Ann Rorabeck Beverly Spencer vs. Rite Green GE Money Bank vs. Charles Herold Cole Nurseries, Inc. of West Virginia, a West Virginia corporation; and Shady Grove Plantation and Nursery, Inc. a South Carolina corporation vs. "Greenbrier Hotel Corporation, a West Virginia corporation; Justice Fam- : ily Group, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; Aspen Builders, Inc. :d/b/a Aspen Corporation, a West Virginia corporation; East Coast Sod, • LLC a New Jersey limited liability company; and John Deere Landscapes, Inc., a Delaware corporation Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company, as subrogee of Ginger Hedrick vs. Mary Marie Deem, and West Virginia Association of Counties Risk Pool GE Money Bank vs. Mark Kellam Lewis-Gale Medical Center, LLC vs. Ruth B. Miller • Daniel W. Spade vs. Quality Inn Cynthia O'Quinn-Weikel vs. Dr. Daniel Speilman 84 Lumber Company vs. Kirk Construction Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. Kelly Jackson and Clifford Jackson Tim Stanley vs. Ryder Contracting, Inc., a West Virginia corporation FIA Card Services, N.A. vs. Charles L. Lobban, III In Re: The Marriage of: Timothy F. Rodgers and Lee Ann Rodgers In Re: The Marriage of: Connie Daniel and Carl Daniel In Re: The Marriage of: Larry Cales and Samantha Cales In Re: The Marriage of: Ginger M. McClung and Billy E. McClung In Re: The Marriage of: Chastity Clevenger and Larry Clevenger In Re: The Marriage of: Linda Hollis-Mann and TonyAIlen Mann In Re: The Marriage of: Candace Hedrick and Joseph M. Plumley The Alderson Community Market will take place at the future site of the Greenbrier Interpretive Center on Rt. 12 unity in downtown Alderson, near the old bridge. The kick-off is Saturday, May 14 from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. Public Meetings Lewisburg Historic Landmarks Commission will meet Monday, May 9, at 5 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chamber in Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street West. On the agenda: Katherine Juker and Emilie Couch, 202 West Washington Street - replace awning The Lewisburg Foundation, comer of Route 219 North and Lafayette • Street - install flag pole Discussion by Members: - Next meeting June 13, 2011 with deadline of Apr. 25, 2011 • Discussion of previously approved applications - Jim Morgan, Jr., 201 Walnut Street - re-roofing, exterior alterations • Approval of Minutes - Apr. 11, 2011 Lewisburg Public Works Committee will meet Tuesday, May 10, at 4:30 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chamber in Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street West, Lewisburg. On the agenda: • Approval of Minutes - Apr. 12, 2011 • Source Water Protection Plan • Corner Green Space Expansion Project Revised Estimate • Parking Lot at Shuck • WatePAccountability Report • Public Works Project Reports • Communication from Mark Carver • Communications from Members Ronceverte Zoning Board of Appeals will meet Tuesday, May 10, at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall. Agenda items include: Zoning Corrections - Gateway Industries, Greenbrier Architectural Wood- work and Greenbrier Technical Services. Greenbrier County Board of Education will meet Tuesday, May 10, at 6 p.m. at Ronceverte Elementary School on Davis Stuart Road Ronceverte. On the agenda: • Time-out for Applause • Technology Integration Specialists End-of-year Report • PK/Head Start collaborative contracts • Technology Inititative Bid Award • Revised Policy Lewisburg Finance Committee will meet Tuesday, May 10, at 7 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Cham- ber at Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street, West. The following topics are scheduled for discussion: • Approval of Minutes - Apr. 12, 2011 • Mountaineer Computer Systems, Inc. maintenance, support agreement • City Hall Computer Purchase • Retiree Health Care * Approving invoices relating to construction and other services for Downtown Water Project and authorizing payment thereof• • Corner Green Space Expansion Project Revised Estimate • City Hall Employee • Financial Statement Approval period ending Mar. 31, 2011 • Coal Severance Fund Budget Revision 2 Fiscal Year 2011 • General Fund Budget Revision 4 Fiscal Year 2011 Greenbrier County Commission will meet Tuesday, May 10, at 7 p.m. in Room 212• On the agenda: • Regular Business -Approve Minutes of Apr. 19, 2011 special meeting and Apr. 26, 2011 regular meeting - Settlements of Estates - Exonerations/County Splits/Consolidations • Financial Approvals -Arts & Recreation Transfer - Budget Revisions - Line Item Transfer - Pay BilIs-TIF • Presentations - None • Public Comment for Agenda items • Old Business - None • New Business - Consider resolution and approval of Community Participation Grant application for Renick Community Center - Consider renewal of Enterprise E-mail Agreement with Greenbrier Technical Services - Consider approval of change of scope request by Organ Cave Community Center for Arts and Rec grant - Consider approval of a extension request by Greenbrier Historical Society for Arts and Rec grant - Consider appointment to Airport Authority • Public Comment Lewisburg Parks Commission will meet Wednesday, May 11 at 7 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chamber in Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street. On the agenda: • Approval of Minutes - Apr. 13, 2011 • YMCA/Sports Complex • Project updates • Communication from Mark Carver • Communication from members Auto Woodland Cemetery Notice is hereby given to all residents of Auto and those persons inter- ested in the Auto Woodland Cemetery, that the annual meeting of the Auto Woodland Cemetery Association will be held Saturday, May 28. The meet- ing will be conducted at the Woodland Church and Community Center at 10 a.m. The Board of Directors will meet following the Association meeting. opens next week One Room continued from Front Page www.mountainmessenger•com New Dean continued from Front Page Looking for something fun to do with your Saturday?. Dr. Pence completedanAmer- Join us in Alderson for the ican Osteopathic Association I inaugural Alderson Corn- Health Policy Fellowship from munity Market! There will be OUCOM/Michigan State Uni; fort was needed, the Poca- elevator, so handicapped ac- Commission will also pay halfFuture plans call for build- hontas County Commission cessibility is not an issue, the salary of a full-time onsite ing out the entire second floor approached the college with In March, officials from Citycoordinator and all of the sal- of the building with a full- a proposal to create a "One National traveled to Marlin- ary of another staff member sized IVN classroom, a regular Room University" m the va- ton to sign papers leasing the to assure that the facility has classroom, a student lounge/ cant second floor of a local space to the County Commis- coverage from 8 a.m. until 10study area and office space. bank building. The idea was sion for two years rent free p.m. New River is picking up When completed, the facility that New River and other col- with the understanding that the other half of the coordina- accommodate up to 200 loges could offer both IVN New River will negotiate a fol- tor's salary, students. and traditional classes in the low-on agreement at the end "In this initial phase, stu- "Once we've established space, and that ultimately of that period, dents Hill have access to more the feasibility of the project, students might be able to Plans call for a three-phase than 120 hours of instruc- which is over the next two complete a degree without development of the space, tion," Grfffith noted. "We are years, we can start layering having to leave the county, the first being construction of trying to bring in courses that complete associate degree After two years of develop- study carrels where students will be helpful for those seek- programs. That will require ment, the concept is now tak- can take IVN course through hag employment in the local Higher Learning Commission hag flight through a partner- a computer interface. New area. They include account- accreditation and approval, ship between the college, the River is providing the labor ing, business management, and ff it's successful, we'll County Commission and City and materials to construct the legal assisting and the full take it to that level," Grfffith National Bank of West Virgin- carrels. The seven carrels will range of general education said. "Another future option is ia. City National acquired a accommodate 20-25 students, classes that will build onto that we have a number of two- large, almost new building in '11tis way, ff we only have any degree." plus-two arrangements, with the heart of Marlinton when one or two students who want"The first classes will be of-four year institutions, and it it purchased a community to take a class, we do not have fered in July and Hill include might be possible to negoti- bank a few years back. The to devote an IVN classroom for both IVN courses and tra- ate with those institutions to building had accommodated that purpose," Griffith corn-ditionally delivered develop-deliver those programs here a number of functions that mented, mental classes in math and as well. We think this con- City National performs at its The County Commission is English. Both technology and cept has great potential to im- headquarters, so the second providing desktop computers, face-to-face interaction will be prove access to education for floor of the building has been phone lines during the two- used to deliver student ser- place-bound students in rural virtually unused since the ac- year demonstration phase vices. America." uisition. The building has an and classroom furniture. The music and games for all to versity College of Osteopathic enjoy. Entrance to the marketMedicine and Management is free, but don't forget your Fellowship from OUCOM. wallets. There will be plentyIn 2003, he came to WVSOM of healthy, local goods to buy. as the Associate Dean of Grad i Productsrange from fresh uate Medical Education, AcaL ! fruit and vegetables to meat, demic Officer of Mountain State from baked goods to herbal Osteopathic Postdoctoral Train- beauty products. Looking for ing Institutions (OPTI) and Pro- some seedlings to start your fessor of Family Medicine. garden off right? We've got Dr. Pence has also served those, tool Bring your family on many national committees and friends, and come cel- within the osteopathic profes- | ebrate spring with usl sion. For more information, or WVSOM is a national leader i; to sign up to be a vendor or in educating osteopathic phy- volunteer, call 304-445-3040 sicians for primary care medi- or write to aldersonmarket@ cine in rural areas. Visit WV- gmail.com. SOM online at www.wvsom. edu. Marcellus continued from Front Page our industry." The Marcellus- to-Manufacturing Task Force, created by Tomblin, met for the first time on Wednesday and discussed the "cracker" program. This particular task force will tackle job creation and industry revitalization. At this time no task force has been created by Tomblin to explore Marcellus Shale regulations or environmen- tal impacts due to drilling, or fracking, for natural gas with- in the Marcellus Shale. Unlimited Hours, No Contracts! - FREE Technical Support o Instant Messag=ng - keep your buddy list! - I0 e-mail addresses with Webmaifl * Custom Start Page - news, weather & morel surf up ro fox faster/ ", ]tta~t ~? rttOt~ Sign Up Online! www.LocalNet,com Call Today & Save~ Local " 645-1249 Sun 5/8 64/47 Showers. Highs in th~ mid 60s and lows in the upper 40s. I M~n 68/51 Occasional showers pos- sible, Highs in the upper 60s and lows in the low 50s, Tue 5/10: = 72156 Few showers. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the mid 50s Wed 74/59 Partly cloudy with a stray thunder- storm. 73/58 Slight chance of a thunder- storm. 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