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THE TOWN OF WHITE HALL is accepting Résumés for the position of full time Town Coordinator.

The Town Coordinator is responsible for the creation and supervision of town budgets, oversight of town employees (except the Police Department), implementation of council decisions, public relations, oversight of human resources tasks, and management of projects. A bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Accounting, Finance, Business, or related field is required.

This position shall remain open until offered to a qualified candidate and the Town of White Hall reserves the right to reject any and all applications. The Town of White Hall is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

To receive a complete job description and requirements by email, please contact the Town of White Hall by calling 304-367-1687 or send an email to townofwhitehall@comcast.net You can also pick up a printed copy at the White Hall Town Hall, 3 Timrod Drive, White Hall, WV 26554, Monday through Thursday, except holidays, between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.

Résumés can be sent by mail or email at the addresses above and should be received no later than 4:00 pm, January 15, 2018, for consideration.

State Auditor’s office has partnered with graduate accounting students at West Virginia University to help monitor the finances of small, local municipalities across the state.

State Auditor J.B. McCuskey hopes the program, which launched with 36 students as a pilot program earlier this fall, will help small, cash-strapped governments meet state financial requirements cheaper and easier.

“The state doesn’t have any more money, the cities don’t have enough money and we don’t have enough people — nor can we hire any more people, because we don’t have enough money,” McCuskey said. “So what’s the solution, right? We tried to find a way to get these audits done that didn’t cost any more money, and our best solution was to go to the universities for help.”

NLC City Summit Mayor Steve Williams who challenged more than 3,000 city leaders during his first of three panel presentation on Opioid Abuse.

“Don’t Ever, Ever Doubt your Ability to Change the World” he said. What an Ambassador for WV and it’s municipalities.

Mayor Steve Williams was on at the NLC Conference City Summit *Wednesday, November 15th at 1pm- Mayors Challenge to end veteran homelessness, *Thursday November 16th at 8am- Discovery Channel and DEA, Operation Prevention, Thursday November 16th at 3:00pm – Panelist, Building and Preserving Affordable Housing in Transitioning Markets.

 

Save the Date

Join us on Tuesday, November 14th for the 2017 BAD Buildings Summit in Morgantown, West Virginia!

November 14, 2017 | 9am
Erickson Alumni Center
1 Alumni Drive
Morgantown, WV 26504

The registration fee is $25 per person. Travel scholarships are available to eligible attendees. More information is available on the registration page.

The West Virginia Purchasing Division has some good news for you! After evaluating the responses from our recent survey to local government entities, many indicated that they would be interested in attending a free event in your area to learn more about the programs and services that the Purchasing Division can provide your organization.

On Friday, October 27, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, West Virginia Purchasing Division representatives will be at the Beckley State Office Building at 407 Neville Street in Beckley, WV, to present valuable information on programs and services available to you, including the West Virginia State Agency for Surplus Property programs, availability of statewide contracts for many commonly-used items, training opportunities and more.

With space limited to 80 individuals, registration is required. Please register by emailing Purchasing.Requisitions@wv.gov with your name, organization, address and your preferred email address.

If you have any questions about this event, please do not hesitate to contact Diane Holley-Brown at Diane.m.holley@wv.gov. To subscribe to our mailing list, please visit http://www.state.wv.us/admin/purchase/LocalGovt/Subscribe.html.

We are excited to come to the Beckley area to share important information that could save your local government agency resources and dollars. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there!

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

DENVER (Sept. 5, 2017) – The National Civic League is accepting applications from communities that have included diverse voices in problem-solving or promoted equitable practices and solutions to apply for the 2018 All-America City Award.

The 2018 focus was chosen, in part, to bring attention to the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act as well as the Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders (more commonly known as the Kerner Commission).

With this framing in mind, the National Civic League is particularly interested in learning about community projects that: promote positive community-police relations; promote racial healing and dialogues on race; expand government and institutional representation and access; further educational equity in the community; create affordable and safe housing; reduce poverty; increase job readiness and employment; focus on restorative justice; seek equitable transportation access; promote or ensure access to healthy food and/or to safe and healthy natural environments.

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s BroadbandUSA program is holding an in-depth Technical Assistance Workshop on broadband planning and funding in Charleston, West Virginia on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.

Broadband is a critical driver of American prosperity and economic growth. As a result, state and local governments are seeking ways to expand broadband access and digital inclusion to improve workforce development, education outcomes, and healthcare in their communities. If you answer “yes” to the following questions, please consider attending this workshop:

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