- MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: Defense Dept. Contracts for Nov. 21, 2014
- Marshall University receives in-kind software grant from Siemens PLM Software
- Manchin Statement on President's Immigration Executive Actions
- Bates Supports Budget Reductions to Offset Shortfall Projection
- Marquee Pullman & Pullman Square Turn 10
- Marshall Men's Basketball: Herd Falls to Seventh-Ranked Louisville, 85-67
- US Attorney Collects Over $8 Million for Taxpayers
- Bankruptcy Court Awards West Virginia DEP $2.7 Million
- Schray earns national honors as top professor in West Virginia
- High School All-American Maggie Stovall Signs NLI With Marshall Swimming
Mayor Tells Comcast, "Folks Aren't Happy...."
Williams asked council members to email complaints to Westell.
The mayor confirmed that a franchise agreement is in the "negotiation" phase, but emphasized "we have work to do."
In other business, council has approved the police interceptor purchase which is from reimbursed funds.
On first reading, councilman Pete Gillespie asked about the 110 heads up fire department equipment replacement at $175 each. Fire Chief Carl Eastham indicated that only one company manufactures the devices and they provided the one bid.
Council has approved the resolution supporting a new visitor's center and ride commuter lot at Interstate 64 Exit #1.
Mayor Williams told council, "Every area in the state with the exception of Huntington has a state of the art visitor's center when people come in or exit the state. The resolution will go to the governor for his input."Cabell County Commission President Nancy Cartmill, Wayne County Commission President Robert E. Pasley. and the Cabell Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau support the proposed new center, along with Kenova Mayor Ric Griffith.