Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Feb. 21. Download a copy of the agenda here.
401 Davis Avenue
February 21, 2013
1. Call to order and roll call
2. Agenda adjustments
3. Public comment
4. Consent calendar
a. Minutes proposed for the meeting of January 30, 2013.
5. New business
a. Purchase of a steam cleaner for Street Department.
b. Budget revision for Street Department for a replacement of an overhead door.
c. FY 2014 budget planning.
The City of Elkins will be closed on Monday, February 18th for Presidents’ Day; however, garbage pick-up will run on its normal schedule.
Elkins Tree Board Agenda
February 14, 2013
City Hall – Second Floor Conference Room
Update on Joel Hollen’s Tree Consulting
AmeriCorp – Blake Webber
Time & Responsibilities with tree inventory
Recruitment for Tree Board members Stokes & McClain
For the first time, the city of Elkins is participating in the West Virginia Secretary of State’s online absentee-ballot tracking service. If you have voted absentee in the March 5 Elkins election, please click here to track your ballot.
If you were planning to vote absentee for the March 5 election, please note that the clerk’s office cannot accept absentee ballot applications after February 27. Download an absentee ballot application here.
For more information about the March 5 municipal election, please visit the city’s elections web page.
At its regular meeting of February 7, 2013, the Elkins Common Council shortened the early-voting period for the 2013 municipal election. The new early-voting period will begin Wednesday, February 20 and end Saturday, March 2. Voters who were planning to vote early are urged to review their travel plans to see if might be necessary to instead apply for a mail-in absentee ballot. (Download an application here.)
The location for early voting is in the municipal courtroom at Elkins City Hall, 401 Davis Avenue. This location is wheelchair accessible through the rear of city hall.
During the early voting period, voters may cast ballots from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on two Saturdays, February 23 and March 2.
Any eligible voters may vote during the early-voting period just as on election day; no special reason is necessary and no explanation must be given.
Election day is March 5, 2013; polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Voter registration for this election closes on Tuesday, February 12. For more information about city elections, including the location of the polling places for each ward, click here.
Please direct any questions to the city clerk at 304-636-1414, ext. 1211.
The Boil Water Notice issued on Wednesday is still in effect; results of testing are expected back early Friday (February 8) afternoon.
Boil Water Notice hotline: 304-637-3582.
As per state law, “Voter registration before an election shall close on the twenty-first day before the election.”
The municipal election will be held on March 5, so registration for that election closes on Tuesday, February 12. Please note that it is the Randolph County Clerk who handles voter registration. That office is located in the Randolph County Courthouse; their phone number is (304) 636-0543.
If you are already registered to vote for county and state elections, there is no need to make a special registration for city elections.