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Kingwood Council learns of closing trailer park

KINGWOOD — Members of Kingwood Metropolis Council held a brief assembly Tuesday night.

Amy DeBerry, Kingwood Sewer Board clerk, up to date council concerning the surcharge that will be added to the payments of these not complying with I & I restore.

The people got 90 days to start repairs.

“We despatched out licensed letters in June and nearly all of the individuals complied. The following step is a surcharge.” DeBerry mentioned.

She famous that she had mentioned the matter with the sewer board’s legal professional. DeBerry mentioned the city ordinance provides the town police division the proper to situation citations. She mentioned a quotation will be issued each 24 hours the I & I restore just isn’t accomplished.

“That’s the legislation. I don’t wish to do it however that’s the following step,” DeBerry mentioned. “The DEP (Division of Environmental Safety) dominated years in the past that cities had to do that or face a hefty nice and construct a pond that will price extra that $1 million {dollars} if it’s (I & I) not eradicated by the date set by the DEP. We received an extension on it.”

DeBerry mentioned the people who’re repairing their techniques won’t must pay the surcharge. She mentioned those not responding had been despatched letters in June and given 90 days to make repairs.

In different enterprise, council members voted unanimously to permit Richard Swecker to conduct a one-man demonstration to carry consideration to the closing of the Indian Rock Trailer Park.

“My coronary heart is heavy for the residents of Indian Rock Trailer Park. A human tragedy is happening in our neighborhood, and it’s affecting many individuals and their youngsters.” he mentioned. “A girl who lives there mentioned the individuals are shifting out. One other resident mentioned I don’t know what to do.”

Swecker mentioned one other resident mentioned the trailer park is closing and so they’re unsure why. He mentioned one other one mentioned the homeowners didn’t pay their taxes.

“Many of those individuals can’t afford to maneuver. They want our assist, however few are conscious of this tragedy,” he mentioned. “I spoke on Friday with county Commissioner Hunter Thomas. He mentioned he was not conscious of the issue. I’m asking the management of Preston County to step up and act on behalf of the kids. They want our assist, and something that you are able to do might be appreciated.”

Council members requested Park and Recreation Director Kevin Stiles to get a quote for fencing alongside W.Va. 7 at Brown’s Park, and at West Level Park, the place residents have left private gadgets.

Councilman Invoice Robertson advised sending a letter and giving the residents 10 days to take away the gadgets earlier than hauling them away.

Mayor Jean Guillot swore within the metropolis’s new police chief, Jason Stewart.

The following assembly of the Kingwood Metropolis Council might be at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 23.