KINGWOOD — Considerations in regards to the Indian Rock cellular house park in Reedsville have been introduced earlier than the fee throughout its Tuesday assembly.
Tammy Forshey instructed commissioners she is having bother contacting somebody on the cellular house park to pay her lease.
“There are about 50 individuals who don’t know what’s going on and don’t have any place to go,” she mentioned. “The trailer park is at the moment in a trusteeship resulting from disagreements between the brother and one of many sisters that personal the property.”
She mentioned there’s additionally a holding pond on the positioning that the Division of Environmental Safety mentioned needed to be cleaned up and handled previous to Dec. 31. Forshey mentioned thus far nothing has been achieved.
“We might gladly do the coaching and clear up across the pond and deal with if it could assist,” she mentioned.
Forshey mentioned six cellular properties have already been moved by residents, however some households wouldn’t have the choice resulting from price.
“It price one couple $1,700 to get their cellular house moved. There are aged folks right here who can’t transfer. We have to know what to do to maneuver ahead,” she mentioned.
“I referred to as Meadows Regulation Workplace in Morgantown to seek out out who we must always pay our lease to. They have been alleged to name me again however haven’t achieved so but. They’re the attorneys dealing with the property.”
Dayton Meadows, of Meadows Regulation Workplace, mentioned the Indian Rock park was based by James Cobun who died in 2014. He mentioned the property hasn’t but handed right down to the household, however an settlement was reached to shut the property out. He mentioned that didn’t imply the trailer park is closing.
Meadows mentioned his workplace was not accumulating lease for the park. He mentioned he was requested to remain on after the settlement was reached in case some other authorized recommendation was wanted by the three homeowners.
Fee President Samantha Stone instructed Forshey the fee may present contact info however that was about all it may do.
County Administrator Nate Raybeck mentioned the residents ought to contact Robin Dolly, an environmental inspector supervisor on the West Virginia Division off Environmental Safety.
In different enterprise, a request for $5,000 to re-point the masonry on the Historical past Home constructing was unanimously permitted by fee Tuesday. Commissioner Hunter Thomas mentioned the Historical past Home homes a lot of fee artifacts.
He mentioned members of the Historical past Home are looking for donations. The city of Terra Alta has contributed $5,000, Thomas mentioned. Anybody desirous about making a donation to the Historical past Home can ship a examine to P.O. Field 118, Bruceton Mills, WV 26525. The Historical past home, 109 E. Washington St., Terra Alta, is open by appointment.
The subsequent assembly of the Preston County Fee might be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.