The Calhoun Commission had a busy agenda Thursday.

- The commission received a copy of the official audit.

- Discussion on the Family Court moving to a new location.

- Director Josh Johnson gave a report regarding problems and solutions at Calhoun EMS. (See earlier Herald story)

- Reviewed Operation Neighbor flood relief (See additional Herald story)

- Discussion on a WV State Police proposal to have the E-911 Center provide an answering service when no one is present at the barracks. State Police are requesting 911s to provide the service around the state with little or no reimbursement as a cost-cutting measure for their agency.

- Commission passed a motion to pass-down an $8,000 Budget Digest grant to Mt. Zion Community Park.

- Passed a motion that delegates the Calhoun Wood Festival committee manage Wayne Underwood Field. (See earlier Herald story), reviewed improvements to complex.

- Discussion regarding resolution of dangerous dogs at Calhoun Park.

- A proclamation of America Recycles Day.

- Reviewed grants, inspected the old jail building which is getting a new heating and cooling system.

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