- Huntington Police Arrest Seven Alleged Drug Distributors, Users
- Attorney General Morrisey Announces Nearly $1.3M Antitrust Settlement Benefiting Cabell County Schools
- Hallowed WTC Steel Relics Arrive in Huntington IMAGES
- Two sex offenders headed to prison for federal crimes
- Rooster's Hosts Princess Night with Mickey and Minnie Mouse IMAGES
- E.E.O.C. Issues Final Guidance for Retailation
- Huntington crack dealer faces at least five and up to 40 years; two heroin dealers each face up to 20 years
- Special Council Meeting Tuesday on Public Nuisance
- Aug 30 GHPRD introduces Sway-Fun, an all-inclusive playground piece
- Coalfield Development Corp. Receives Economic and Workforce Development Resources Grant for Coal Communities
Next Week Lays Foundation for “Exceptional”
At the work session Thursday, Williams told council, “in less than 190 hours from now , I will be making it in this very room.” Council chairman Mark Bates will issue a “special call” meeting for the city’s legislative body to receive the budget proposal. ( Editor’s Note: The countdown is now less than 168 hours until the State of the City.)
West Virginia’s legislative session begins Wednesday, Feb. 13. The city needs cooperation from the delegation to extend the home rule program.
Prior to Monday night’s council meeting, Cabell and Wayne County representatives will be on hand at Huntington City Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m. They will meet with council members and constituents. House Speaker Richard “Rick” Thompson and Del. Don Perdue will attend.
At 5:30 p.m. the Neighborhood Institutes hold a reception for the new administration and council members. Members of the legislature have been invited to join in the celebration.