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"Our department is being proactive, you ..., 4 June 2015 [cached]
"Our department is being proactive, you want to protect your officers from any kind of accusations and you also want to protect your citizens, so this deals with both of those issues," said Granville Mayor, Patricia Lewis.
Welcome to MPO, 22 Aug 2014 [cached]
Board Treasurer: Mayor Patricia Lewis, Granville Secretary, Bill Austin, Executive Director
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Granville Mayor Patricia ..., 12 Mar 2015 [cached]
Granville Mayor Patricia Lewis read from a prepared statement, outlining some of the projects the town has undertaken in preparation for the opening of a new home for WVU and Black Bear baseball.
Lewis said the town's police force is also preparing for the influx of traffic the new ballpark will bring prior to the construction of the interchange.
Granville Launches Riverfront Project - Morgantown Dominion Post - 7 September 2012, 7 Sept 2012 [cached]
Granville Mayor Patricia Lewis said the boat ramp will be for small motor crafts only. "This ramp won't be for anything really large. We are restricted in terms of size and depth of the water. Small fishing boats, recreational boats, Skidoos, motor crafts like that will be able to get in the water by using the ramp."
Funding for the project will come from a portion of the town's hotel/motel tax, which requires half of Granville's hotel/motel revenue be given to the Morgantown Visitors Bureau, Lewis said.
"The initial estimate on the boat ramp a few years ago was $100,000; that of course we will have engineered, we can't do that ourselves," Lewis said. "We don't have a price on the floating dock yet because we are going to phase that part in."
Over the next five years, Lewis said, the town will work to improve Riverfront Park.
"We are planning to put down gravel in the parking lot to make it more usable. We are going to install portable restrooms similar to the ones at Dorsey's Knob, and picnic tables," she said. "Those are the kinds of things we will do ourselves. Every year for five years we will do something down there until it looks like we want it to."
The town has planned to add the launching ramp and floating dock for several years, Lewis said, but various circumstances prevented officials from moving forward with the project.
"We just didn't have everything in order," she said.
Lewis said community members can also send comments to 319 Main St., Granville, WV 26534. They will be forwarded to the DEP.
[Granville, WV] Locks Resolution OK’d - Morgantown Dominion Post - 15 August 2012, 15 Aug 2012 [cached]
Granville Mayor Patricia Lewis presented council with the resolution that was offered to her by the Upper Mon River Association (UMRA), a regional organization that promotes development of the area encompassed by the drainage basin for the upper Monongahela River.
"UMRA proposed that we pass this resolution as a means of supporting local efforts to keep the Mon River's upper locks open," Lewis said. "It is to our advantage to keep the upper locks open."
Council agreed with Lewis and the resolution was passed unanimously.
Lewis and England also informed council that closing the upper locks could be problematic because if closed and not properly maintained, they could become unusable.
"That is something that needs to be considered heavily before the USACE goes forward with closing them," England said.
At its Aug. 7 meeting, Morgantown City Council approved a resolution supporting the continued use of the Upper Monongahela River locks, and the Marion County Commission passed a similar resolution Aug. 1, Lewis said.
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