Council of the City of Point Pleasant, a Municipal Corporation in Mason
County, West Virginia, met in Regular Session at City Hall, 400 Viand
Street at 7:00 p.m. on Monday JULY 10,2006.
M. Leota Sang led
Council in Prayer. The meeting was called to order by Mayor James H.
Wilson who led Council in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Butler – spoke on sewer problems at his residence. Mayor Wilson,
advised he would get with the sewer department on this matter.
of the regular council meeting June 12, 2006 and the special council
meeting of June 19, 2006 were approved. Ronald R. Kapp made the motion
and Kevin R. Nott seconded. The financial statements of the General,
Coal Severance, Water and Sewer Funds for the month of June 2006 were
approved. Ronald R. Kapp made the motion and Robert C. Doeffinger
seconded. The outstanding obligations for June 2006 were approved. Kevin
R. Nott made the motion and Ronald R. Kapp seconded.
SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS
fill the vacancy of council at large seat.
: Glenn Long – motion Ronald R. Kapp seconded by Kevin R. Nott. Leonard “Buster” Riffle – motion M. Leota Sang seconded by
Elaine G. Hunt. Kevin R. Nott made motion to close the nominations Dr.
William Park seconded. Vote was taken on first nomination of Glenn Long.
Voting for were council members - Kevin R. Nott, Ronald R. Kapp, William
H. Wallace, James Fetty and Dr. William Park. Majority vote (5) for Glenn
Long gave him the council at large seat for the remainder of the
current term, which ends on June, 30, 2007.
attorney updated council on Yeager distressed property. Waiting on
asbestos report from the home. Then bids will be taken to tear
down the house and personal property that is inside will be stored and
the owner billed. He advised council on the Municipal League Ordinance
of collection of outstanding B & O tax collection. A copy of
the proposed ordinance will be handed out at the next meeting.
the outstanding obligations for Ft. Randolph. Motion by Ronald R. Kapp,
seconded by Kevin R. Nott, motion passed. Approve the outstanding
obligations for the Krodel Walking Trail. Motion by Ronald R.
Kapp, seconded by Kevin R. Nott, motion passed. Hotel/Motel tax
will defer to the next meeting. Comments on the tax from the
handouts should be made within 10 days. Closing alley behind the Main
Street Baptist Church, motion Robert C. Doeffinger, seconded by Kevin R.
Nott, motion passed.
Wilson updated council on the Riverfront Park. Work to begin on
the marina and picnic shelter. The bowling alley demolition work
is to begin on July 24, 2006. Ask council to give Charles
Humphrey, Main Street Director an additional $100.00 per month.
Motion made by Robert C. Doeffinger, seconded by Ronald R. Kapp, motion
Councilwoman Carol L. Jones, expressed concerns over some council members not
attending regular council meetings and only attending meetings for
special votes. Jones, also asked about the Christmas lights being
stored outside of a building at Krodel, the dumpster in the front yard
at Wilson’s TV location, the Hall property on Shore Street and why the
PPHS marching band did not participate in the Regatta parade.
Councilwoman Leota Sang, expressed her concerns on the advanced sick leave
policy. She also mentioned the paving needed done from the gas company
work in her ward. Councilwoman Elaine G. Hunt, mentioned
the alley grating in her ward, the starting up of the neighborhood watch
program once again, and the location of the proposed cabin at Krodel
Park. Councilman William H. Wallace, updated council
on the recent Regatta and looks forward to a big 2007 event.
Councilman Robert C. Doeffinger, inquired about the main street
project (stripping of the asphalt) and having the brick streets etc,
also mentioned the dead and fallen trees at the Riverfront Park.
no other business, Kevin R. Nott, made a motion to adjourn.
Councilman Ronald R. Kapp, added the second and being unanimously
approved, the meeting adjourned at 8:47 p.m.
______________________________ Brian L.