Here’s a recap of other Daily Mail coverage related to local government this week, April 14 to April 18:
CHARLESTON (Land Trust) – Land Trust members learned an event is planned for April 30 concerning urban trails.
COUNTY (Commission) – The commission voted to join a lawsuit against Freedom Industries over the Jan. 9 chemical leak and water contamination. Commissioners also approved next fiscal year’s levy rates.
COUNTY (Parks) – Kanawha County Parks Commission members learned that groundbreaking has been set for the Coonskin Park bridge.
SOUTH CHARLESTON – South Charleston’s council gave preliminary approval to raise the mayor’s salary on July 1, 2015, which is the beginning of the next mayoral term.
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In other Kanawha County local government news, the state Attorney General is attempting to intervene in Charleston’s complaint over Senate Bill 317; Charleston’s city council will resume discussion over ward redistricting next week; Charleston’s fire chief is retiring today; local government and agencies are beginning to seek reimbursement from FEMA for chemical leak expenses; and the East End Bazaar will reopen in May with a new market manager.
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Here are government meetings and related events scheduled next week in Kanawha County:
Monday, April 21
6:30 p.m. – Charleston Finance Committee.
7 p.m. – Charleston City Council.
7 p.m. – Dunbar City Council.
7 p.m. – Glasgow Town Council.
7 p.m. – Marmet Town Council.
7:30 p.m. – St. Albans City Council.
Tuesday, April 22
10 a.m. – Kanawha Solid Waste Authority.
1 p.m. – Municipal Beautification Commission.
Wednesday, April 23
5:30 p.m. – Charleston Redistricting Committee.