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The town of Nutter Fort Civil Service Commission will be accepting applications to establish an eligibility list from which future vacancies for the rank of police officer at the Nutter Fort Police Department will be filled.

In order to be placed on the list of eligibles an interested person must:

(A) Secure from the city clerks office an application for the position of probationary patrol person. Said application must be completed, verified and returned to the city clerks office no later than 3:00 pm September 15th, 2013.

(B) Undergo a medical and psychiatric examination in a manner as prescribed by the commission.

(C) Submit and cooperate with authorities in background investigation as to the applicants suitability for the position applied for.

(D) Appear for appropriate oral interviews and written examinations and physical agility test.

Each applicant must not be less than 18 years of age or more than 40 years of age, according to state code.

The employees of the town receive a wide range of fringe benefits, health insurance, dental, longevity, shift differential, ect to which the patrol person is entitled this is available upon request.

Anyone not meeting the above requirements will not be placed on the list of eligibles.

Town of Nutter Fort
Police Civil Service Commission

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - After a successful five-year trial run in four cities, the West Virginia Municipal Home Rule Program will expand to include more communities. The Municipal Home Rule Board will be accepting applications starting January 2014. The final cutoff is June 1, 2014.Senate Bill 435 authorizes a total of 20 communities to participate in the home rule program.

The application guidelines are available now on the website of the West Virginia Municipal League website http://www.wvml.org/. Questions can be directed to the West Virginia Municipal League at 800-344-7702.

The Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program Phase II guidelines state

PSC Safety Seminar (Excavation and Trenching)-June 6, 2013-Charleston, WV

Attached PDF Report on SB 435

The WV Municipal League and the WV Library Commission have come together to produce “Community Issues” which will cover various aspects of municipal government operations and community concerns throughout West Virginia.  To access the first of several shows being streamed throughout this seasons programming, please follow the link below:


The City of Philippi is seeking applications for the position of Chief of Police. The City of Philippi is a small college community with an approximate population of 2,895. The Philippi Municipal Police Department is a six officer department and the Chief of Police is a working officer position. City offers a great benefit package. Salary negotiable. Applications will be accepted until March 15, 2013, and should be sent to:

Personnel Officer
City of Philippi
P.O. Box 460
Philippi, WV 26416

Contact Number: 304-457-3700


The Town of Oceana will have a job opening for a Class II Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. Qualifications shall include: operate treatment plant per state and federal regulations; maintain and repair plant and equipment; maintain and repair sewer collection system; maintain all records and reports per state and federal regulation; assist all other departments when needed; maintain sludge disposal program; operate backhoe; prepare monthly work schedule and submit to the town mayor at city hall; serve as department head over sewage treatment plant employees.    Starting salary will be determines by experience and qualifications.

Call 304-682-6231 for more information

Mid-Winter Conference

29 - 30 January 2012

Municipal Judges Training Registration - must be made by October 27, 2014
(Please see attached registration form for more information)


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