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10A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 28, 1990 Lewisburg Approves The Lewisburg City Council ap proved a variance at ~ts monthly meeting June 19 to allow the con- struction of an office building for Mountaineer Gas Company. [he new business office will move from its Washington Street location to the company's pipe yard facilities at Feamster Road and Thomas Street. Representatives of the gas com- pany appeared before the Lewis- burg Board of Zoning Appeals May 30 to request the variance, but the board failed to act on the request. Residents of the surrounding area opposed the building plans, ex- pressing fears of excessNe traffic and detraction from the beauty of the area. In appealing to case to the Le- wisburg City Council, Mountaineer Gas Company officials assured the City the new construction would im- prove the appearance of the pipe yard property with landscaping and the installation of a prwacy fence Several residents of the area had signed a petition opposing the var~ ance. After further discussion, the Council voted to approve the va~ ance. contingent on the gas company's landscaping the lot and construction of a privacy fence. In other business, the Gouncil heard a recommendation from the Historic Landmark Commission and the Planning Commission that the City adopt the National Properties Minimum Maintenance Code. The code was drawn up by the Building Officials and Code Admimstrators (BOCA). The Council passed an ol- dinance on first reading for the adoption of the code. Second read- ing will be a the next monthly meet- Co. Zoning Variance ing. Craig Ptmtips, Pat Baker. Dawd Jasper, and Mike McClung were appointed to the Planning Commis- sion for terms et~dkng June 30, 1993. the Council appointed Mrs Robett McCormick to tile Library Board of Directors and Wayne Pen nington as chief iudge. Liz Scott was reappointed to the Historic Land- mark Con]mission. Mayor Phil Garner discussed the recently passed State House Bill 4660. The bill allows the Department o! Health and Human Services to increase their fees to munsclpatities for water sampling, water production fees, and other procedures, he said. The increase will result m the city's having to pay an additional esti- mated $1,500 per month to the de- HOME DECORATING CENTER PLUS IN-STOCK BORDERS See Us For All Your Decorating Needs. 209 W. Washinglon Slreel Monday thru Saturday Lewisburg, WVa. 645-6348 B pt,, parlment, he added Mr Gainer aonounced c~ty crews will build sev,ral passing areas along Maple Street In a recent meeting the Council discussed the narrowness of the street and the al- leged need for widening or passing areas. W~dening the road. estimated at $150,000, was luled out because of the cost. City crews wi!l work on the project during the next several months using city tur~ds budgeted for such m)provements A recent questionnaire sent to landowners on Greenbrier Road and South Court Street proposed build- ing sidewalks along those roads at landowners' expense. Mayor Gainer said a low number of questionnaires were returned, and the majority of respondents were opposed to the idea. Police Chief Richard Weikel an- nounced alcoholic beverages are not allowed at city parks 'We will not tolerate them," he said. The next meeting of the Lewis- burg City Council will be July 17, 7 p.m, at City Halt. Upon awakening this morning, the first comment from me to Frank was "What is the date'T' "The four- teenth of June," came his reply! I said "This is Flag Day!" I wonder if those fellows will think to put our flags out?" We've had so many bad experiences with our American flags. One Christmas I gave every single one of our families a flag to fly. That is how much I love that dear old flag -- its red. white and blue color ---- to see itwaving m the breeze. Those flags I bought in a commissaw in Dallas, Texas -- I do believe. The man looked at me 'What are you going to do with all those flags?" My reply, "Christmas gifts for tile families." We probably bought a dozen! Another year flags were pur- chased for the home, Olde Church Replica, and Organ Cave School. The one I hung on Olde Church Replica was stolen. My sister-in-law, Vera from Warrenton, Virginia came by for a visit. I said 'Let's hop in the car. I want to show you something pretty!" So we drove to the Replica. I wanted to show her the 3x5 flag we bad placed on the broad side of the building and the three little flags sur- rounded by blossoms in the flower box! "Lo and behold somebody had / 1/30fY Ily l{o,erta Patton l{odgeJ stolen the big flag! I could cried! Of course we had a little lecture on why do to steal, and what can be about it?" At our store last put up a new flag on a post. taken the same day. Both places now have flags windows. My opinion on the debate ensuing over what to do American flag in various situati this: after Old Glory bombs bursting in air (as in Spangled Banner), it will fly less of rain, wind, and do respect our flag and stands for. Freedom, of spect for the flag should kindergarten. Michelle Boone wisburg, at age 5, was tau! pledge of allegiance in kinder, Ann Stewart's kinderc of Lewisburg Elementary hek graduation Monday, June 1t class wore hats created by The girls wore white hats with tassels. Boys wore black white tassels. Arriving in the room the graduates sang said the pledge of aitec Glory was watching over all: festivities. Awards were by Ms Stewart. A reception following the graduation. Arrests should be any American citizen disrec American tradition and constitution. Our American flag, here farm, hangs through rain, sleet, wind and sun. Since being manufactured all the ti~ we do have to replace thefv and then. Surplus Available June $1099.95 Broyhill Pine Four Piece Bedroom NOW $6999s FOUR PIECES INCLUDE DRESSER, HUTCH MIRROR, CHEST AND FULL OR QUEEN SIZE HEADBOARD $199.95 Nightstand... Now $139.95 This bedroom invites you to relax with its attractive lines and rich, pine finish. Thick solid pine drawer fronts have traditional raised panel design. The hutch mirror allows for display space. 5 drawer chest is big on storage. Panel headboard adapts to your full or queen size sleep set. .7; $1351. Kincafd Solid Pine Four Piece Bedroom NOW 7999s FOUR PIECES INCLUDE DRESSER, VERTICAL MIRROR, CHEST AND FULL OR QUEEN SIZE PANEL HEADBOARD. $311. Nightstand... Now $202.15 $1744. Kincaid Solid KINCAID Pine Four Piece Bedroom NOW s99995 FOUR PIECES INCLUDE DRESSER, HUTCH MIRROR, CHEST AND FULL OR QUEEN SIZE POSTER BED. $311. Nightstand ..... Now $202.15 Take advantage now on the sensational low prices on these two solid pine bedrooms from Kincaid. Excellent features include glowing 20-step hand rubbed finish. Dove-tailed drawers with dust panels. Brass finish hardware. Come check out all the quality features today! I FREE DELIVERY UP TO 100 MILES i Gnmd's Low Prk~s Meaw More More Value for YmN D~Var Sale Also At Grend's Exchange Store 331 Main Street, Covington, Va Open: Mon. - Thurs. 9:00-5:00 Fri. 9:00-8:30 Sat. 9:00-5:00 FINANCE YOUR PURCHASE WITH GRAND'S CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS OR USE OR Greenbrier Community will distribute surplus food eligible residents of Gre~ County only on Friday, ginning at 9 a.m. A take proof of income and to the distribution site homes, Each household to pick up their surplus in Please take containers or carry your food items. Greenbrier County Sites brier Valley Mall, Theater area; White Sulphur, First dan Church; Renick Fire Rainelle Fire House. 'Battle' Footage The Lewisburg paring a professional vide recent Battle of Lewislm)rg ment. If you have battle or footage you would like to please contact Hal Walls 2441 by June 30. Have you difficulty in Mountain ? 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