The town of Grantsville is instituting a municipal court starting December 6, according to a legal ad in The Calhoun Chronicle. Mayor Gary Knight, who will likely be the judge, advises residents and visitors to the Town of Grantsville the court will "enforce ordinance violations including parking ticket non-remittance, illegal parking, dog ordinances, lawn and property maintenance, general public behavior, etc. will be enforced."

"We would encourage all citizens and transients to be fully aware of the ordinances and laws of the Town of Grantsville, so they may not find themselves in violation," according to Knight.

All traffic violations of the Uniform Traffic Code of the State of West Virginia and the Town of Grantsville will be enforced, according to the notice. Jurisdiction of the municipal court will envelop all non-jailable offenses.

"Anyone's refusal to pay fines duly and legally levied by the municipal court will be referred directly to county magistrate court with the Town of Grantsville as complainant."

Court will be in session every Thursday from 6-8 p.m.

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