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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 28, 2005 3 18, 2005 i s to the downtown area, and the addition of Timothy Robinson to the Police Task Force. The '"Ward Reports included stray cat issues, speeding problems in certain areas of downtown, appearance of some vacant al- leys in the City, and a parking lot vandalism problem. The Finance Committee rec- ommended to Council the fol- Council of the hess that could operate at the Town met in location and the first reading on Monday, and public hearing was unani- ;The first order of mously approved by Council. comments Ed Smith, Director of Emer- from Court gency Services for Charles Advocates Town, gave a brief presentation the Council of on his plans as director and the ne- role of the Emergency Services Also speaking Advisory Council. The Coun- was cil approved a request by the the long and Jefferson County NAACP to lowing: 3% Merit Increases be to the wa- hold a parade on Saturday, Au- approved for Non-Civil Service measures in gust 20, 2005 from 12:00 noon Employees at the Police De- and Tuscawil- to 1:30 p.m. The Council ap- partment, the approval of funds Jane Arnett, proved a resolution for the pur- for the Charles Town Tree informed that chase of a new street sweeper Board, Washington Heritage be operation- for the' City, it was noted that Association and Fisherman's to provide re- the new sweeper is quieter and Hall Grant Match, and that ~ments are will be acquired in time for the J.C. Kunkle and Associates be Charles Town fall season. The Council also selected to complete FY05 and approved a banner application FY06 Water, Sewer and City introduced the for the West Virginia Firefight- audit. The Council unanimous- public hearing er and EMS Skills Competition ly approved the recommenda- annexing 835 to be held the week of August tions of the Finance Commit- William Brown 10-16, 2005. tee. appeared Mayor Smith announced Upon discussion, former to voice their of the "Mayor's Report" andMayor J. Randolph Hilton was the annexation, "Council 'Ward' Reports" which officially appointed to the City notification will be discussed each Council of Charles Town Building Corn- and the re- meeting. The "Mayor's Report" mission. With that the Charles area to "Generalincluded Mayor Smith's meet- Town City Council meeting was The Council de- ing with H&K regarding ef- adjourned at 9:06 p.m. For an add a short termforts to bring a movie theatre to official copy of minutes from the ordinance that downtown, her efforts to bring July 18, 2005 Council Meeting What type of busi- more businesses and festivals please contact the City Clerk. an Exchange 16 y~s. Make a lifelong friend f~om abroad. 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