The Calhoun Commission will likely give approval Monday for Calhoun's E-911 addressing system to move ahead. Currently, there is a bill in the West Virginia Legislature regarding uniformity with addressing and the creation of an oversight board.

County Clerk Richard Kirby says everyone's address will be changed.

Local 911 Director Barry Pitts says plans are in place to move the county ahead with addressing. Kirby says maps with name changes are available for inspection in his office. A few road names have been changed, mostly to prevent duplication.

The Commission will give approval and complete an agreement for the Back Fork/Yellow Creek water project. The Commission recently received the final piece of funding for the project from Governor Bob Wise, a $515,000 Small Cities Block Grant. The water line extension has been on the board for several years, having faced numerous delays.

The Commission will review grant applications Monday for 2002 and finalize the Court Security Grant. The Commission will vote on a project to remodel the current Magistrate Courtroom for use by the Family Judge.

There will be a resolution to appoint a Calhoun County Coordinator for "West Virginia Watch," part of homeland security for the state.

Other items on the agenda include:

Letter of support for Little Kanawha Bus Company
Replace Sheri Price on EMS Board, Lee District
Executive session to discuss personnel issues
Designate number and type of election boards
Payment of bill to McKenzie Engineering
Set dates for Budget Hearings in March
Erroneous tax assessments
Budget control report
Budget revisions
Bonds, bills, wills, settlements, orders
Dog warden, animal control financing

Also on the agenda, the Commission will adopt an emergency absentee voting policy.

The Commission is currently conducting a Board of Equalization and Review, with the following meetings to be held:

Monday, February 11 (4 p.m.) Board of Equalization and Review (Oil and Gas concerns)

Monday, February 11 (5 p.m.) Regular Commission Meeting

Friday, February 15 (4 p.m.) Last Board of Equalization and Review

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