The Calhoun Commission will be discussing grant applications for various projects in the county tonight. One item will be to discuss a minimum amount for issuing a tax ticket and the protocol for naming a bridge in the honor of a person. The Commission will conduct business as a Board of Review and Equalization at 5:30 p.m. to hear problems regarding taxes, excluding oil and gas.

The Commission will begin working on next years budget starting in March with special budget meetings.

Other items already on the agenda, a review of the Budget Control Report ending January 31, 2000, budget revisions, approval of new employees and the processing of bonds, bills, wills, settlements and orders. The public is encouraged to attend the meeting which starts at 5 p.m.

The Commission has scheduled three additional tax meetings as a Board of Review and Equalization for county residents: February 8th, 13th and 15th at 5 p.m.

The February 8th meeting has been set aside to hear problems with oil and gas assessments. Clerk Richard Kirby is advising anyone with problems to call the County Assessor's Office prior to the meeting. The West Virginia State Tax Department will process the problems. Oil and gas assessments were moved to Charleston several years ago and can no longer be processed in county of origin.

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