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Be Someone’s Hero.  Start a rewarding career today!  The Huntington Police Department is now accepting applications and offers excellent salary and benefits.  

Visit www.HPDRecruit.com for more information or to download an application. Applications are also available at the Huntington City Clerk's Office - 800 Fifth Avenue, Room 16, Huntington, West Virginia. Application deadline is close of business (4:30 pm) on January 22, 2016. The Physical Ability Test will occur on January 30, 2016, and the Written Examination will be on February 17, 2016.  

Contact:  Sgt. Mike Chornobay at 304 696-5560 or recruiting@hpdwv.com

Applicant must be minimum 18 years of age and not over the age of 40 at time of application.

The Huntington Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you feel you have been discriminated against in employment on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, age, or national origin, please report it to the Police Civil Service Commission. Veterans preference will be awarded per WV Code 6-13-1.

The City of Weirton is accepting applications for the position of Planning and Development Director. This professional position is primarily responsible for the daily and long range planning functions to further community and economic development, as well as design, initiatives. Duties include administering the comprehensive plan and zoning ordinances, site plan and use review, and enforcement of the subdivision regulations and zoning ordinances. Position answers directly to the City Manager; however, professional judgement may be exercised and technical decisions made as advisory to the City Manager. 

Recently you received your WVML November newsletter which contained Mid Winter Conference and Election Seminar registrations.  The dates for both events have now changed.  Please update your calendars as follows:

WVML MID WINTER CONFERENCE – JANUARY 17 & 18, 2016, Charleston Marriott Hotel

ELECTION SEMINAR – JANUARY 19, 2016, Charleston Marriott Hote

8:00 AM to 8:45 AM

Registration with “What Not to Wear to Court”

8:45 AM

Opening Remarks and Introductions WVML Lisa Dooley

9:00 AM

Dr. Meffert, River City Chiropractor
“Help Me Make It Through the Day”

9:45 AM

Suzann Singleton – Introduction to Jump Drive

10:00 AM

Department of Motor Vehicles

  1. Citations – Michael Chamberlin, Supervisor Jill Clark, Lead CSR
  2. Insurance – Debbie Field, Manager
  3. DUI/Deferral – Deborah Ferguson

10:45 AM

Mid-Morning Break

11:00 AM

Highway Safety – Trish Anderson, Bob Tipton, Barbera Lobert, Charlie Kessel, William King, Austin Macri

11:30 AM

Q & A with State Agencies

12:00 PM

Lunch – There are some changes

We are asking everyone to stay seated until their group is called

1:00 PM

WV State Auditor’s Office – Dawn Cork, Municipal Field Inspector, Chief Inspector Division

2:00 PM

Treasurer’s Office

2:30 PM

Afternoon Break

2:45 PM

West Virginia State Police CIB – Sgt Pettry

3:30 PM

Learning the Power of Networking – “You Are Not Alone” Hosted by Terri Allen/Robin Smith and Suzann Singleton – Door Prizes

There will be clerk tips at the top of the hour!

A prize will be awarded every hour!



NOVEMBER 5, 2015

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This year marks the 30th edition of the City Fiscal Conditions survey of city finance officers. Based on the rich historical data accumulated over three business cycles, this year’s report provides an important retrospective and comparative analysis of fiscal impacts resulting from the 1990, 2001 and 2007 recessions, in addition to our annual analysis of current fiscal conditions.

In 2015, the fiscal condition of U.S. cities continues to show modest improvement. City finance officers are more optimistic than ever, driven largely by an expansion of General Fund revenues. These recent gains, however, have not been substantial enough to restore the revenue declines of the six years prior. When compared to the 1990 and 2001 recessions, it is clear that the fiscal impacts of the 2007 recession are much more substantial, both in terms of depth and duration.

Learn more about West Virginia Property Rescue Initiative

A workshop scheduled at WVU Tech in Montgomery in October will provide information for communities looking to access funding to demolish or acquire dilapidated buildings.
Staff from the West Virginia Housing Development Fund and other property development experts from around the state will provide information on the new Property Rescue Initiative, which will allocate $1 million per year over the next five years for a revolving loan program available to municipalities and counties to acquire and/or remove dilapidated properties from their communities.

In addition to loan funding, the Property Rescue Initiative provides technical assistance in the form of workshops, including this event in Montgomery, and consultations to prepare communities for the loan application process.

The workshop is free and open to the public. The focus of the workshop will be on the region covering Kanawha, Boone, Fayette, Clay and Lincoln counties, and municipal staff and community members from these areas are especially encouraged to attend.

When: Oct. 9, 2015, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Where: WVU Tech, Tech Center Ballroom, Montgomery, WV 
Click on this link to access workshop information and registration:

State Auditor Glen B. Gainer III, through his Local Government Services Division, is pleased to extend this invitation to the Annual Training Seminars for Municipal Officials and Assistants during the month of October at various locations throughout West Virginia. 

City Seminar Date Location Deadline
Bridgeport, WV Thursday, October 1

Best Western
100 Lodgeville Rd., Bridgeport 

 Sept. 24
 Wheeling, WV Tuesday, October 6 Oglebay Conference Center
465 Lodge Dr., Wheeling
 Sept. 29
South Charleston, WV  Wednesday, October 14

Holiday Inn & Suites
400 Second Ave., So. Charleston

 October 7
Beckley, WV  Tuesday, October 20 Holiday Inn & Suites
114 Dry Hill Rd., Beckley
October 13 
Martinsburg, WV

 Wednesday, October 28

Holiday Inn & Suites
301 Foxcroft Ave., Martinsburg

October 21 

The registration fee has been waived, however, pre-registration is required.

Although the fee has been waived, we must receive your registration before the deadline in order to have available space as well as food and beverages. Lunch will be provided.

If we do not receive an adequate response for a particular location we may have to cancel the seminar for that location.

Return this registration form no later than the deadline for the specific seminar. Please feel free to make copies of this form for additional attendees. For questions concerning these seminars contact: Ora Ash, (304) 627-2415, ext. 5114 Email: ora.ash@wvsao.gov 

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