More demolitions set for Paw Paw
The Paw Paw Town Council, at their June 4 meeting, announced that demolition of two more condemned properties will be in the next two weeks.
Bids for the sewer replacement project were opened on June 5, with representatives of Thrasher Engineering present to advise the contractors.
The council is seeking a professional engineer to serve on the Sanitary Board.
Bids will be accepted for an ADA accessible ramp in the front of Town Hall to replace the current ramp in the rear. The existing ramp will be removed and a concrete walkway will replace it. The bids must be in town hall by July 6 and must be sent certified mail.
The council recognized Natale Crabtree for her work as chairman of the William H. Norton Memorial Day Parade on May 26. Cindy Clark was instrumental in the organization of the parade and the Pracht Family organized the car show.
Council also expressed appreciation to Angie King, Sharon Munson, Gary Kidwell, Walter Loeb, Ron Davis, Chris Aslaksen and Keith Kimble for his help in securing the West Virginia University Mountaineer Mascot, as well as the
Morgan County Deputy Reserves for their assistance in traffic control.
The council voted to donate $300 to the Deputy Reserves as they operate at their own expense.
Police Chief Tim Harthun reported 102 stops in May, resulting in 72 citations and 30 warnings, two arrests and seven juvenile related incidents. Several people are now doing community service in the community.
Work will continue at the Paw Paw Municpal Park. The effort to refurish and add additional improvements will continue through the summer.
The next meeting of the Paw Paw Town Council will be Monday, July 9 at 7 p.m.