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SOUTHERN PUBLICSERVICE COMPANY PUBLIC AWARENESSNOTIFICATION Is t...

SOUTHERN PUBLICSERVICE COMPANY PUBLIC AWARENESSNOTIFICATION Is there an underground pipeline on my property?Indication that there may be a natural gas pipeline on your property or in the general vicinity include line markers, roadway casing vents, test stations and meters. Line markers are located where pipelines intersect streets, railroads, bodies of water and high traffic areas. In addition these markers will indicate what company owns the pipeline, and an emergency phone number. Roadway casing vents are usually round piping with curved tops. They are located where pipelines cross roadways and allow gas that may be leaking beneath the roadway to vent into the atmosphere and be detected by our personnel during regular inspections. Test stations are usually found in fields and along roadways. These are used to test the pipelines at regular intervals. Gas meters on your property or in the general vicinity would indicate some type of pipeline is in the area. What precautions should I take regarding a buried pipeline?If you have a pipeline located on your property, it must be kept free from obstructions, including structures, for safety reasons. More importantly, DO NOT dig on or near the pipeline, without calling West Virginia 811/Miss Utility of WV. Natural Gas Pipelines are the safest way to transport energy. However, certain precautions need to be followed. Natural gas is non-toxic but a gas leak in a non-vented area could deplete the oxygen in the air. In the right concentration natural gas is combustible, it can burn or even explode. In addition, carbon monoxide poisoning is possible when natural gas is improperly burned or not properly vented. Because natural gas is practically invisible, extra caution is required. Should I Call the company before digging on my property?Unfortunately, pipeline markers, roadway casing vents, test stations, and meters will not tell you the exact location, depth or number of pipelines. They merely warn you that there are pipelines in the vicinity. Never assume that there are no pipelines in the area where you plan to dig, even if you don’t see a line marker. Always call the One-Call service listed below before you dig: WV 811/Miss Utilityof West VirginiaDial 811 or1-800-245-4848 How do I know if the pipeline is leaking?Common signs of a gas leak include:1. A gas odor (which can best be described as the smell of rotten eggs).2. A blowing or hissing sound.3. Water bubbling or being blown into the air at a pond, creek, or river,4. Dirt being blown or thrown into the air.5. Fire coming from the ground or burning above the ground.6. Unusual brown or dead patches of vegetation on or near a pipeline location.7. A dry spot in a moist field.What should I do if I suspect a gas leak in my home?1. Leave the building or site immediately and evacuate the entire area.2. Once off site Call 9113. Do not operate household equipment or appliances4. Do not use anything that could cause a spark, including:-Telephone-Flashlights-Electric switches-Doorbells-Automobiles5. Don’t try to put out any natural gas fires:6. Don’t try to shut off any pipeline valves7. Once off the site, call Southern Public Service Company’s Number at: MASON DIVISION1-304-773-5715 MILTON DIVISION1-304-743-3501 MONTGOMERY DIVISION1-304-442-2311 MADISON DIVISION1-304-369-1140 LOGAN DIVISION1-304-752-2757 MAN DIVISION1-304-583-98714/16/14

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONOF WEST VIRGINIACHARLESTON CASE NO. 13-...

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONOF WEST VIRGINIACHARLESTON CASE NO. 13-1657-PWD-CN LOGAN COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT,a public utility, Logan, Logan County. Application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to constructcertain additions and improvements to its water treatment facilities inLogan County (Big-Harts-Phase I Water Project). NOTICE OF STAFF-RECOMMENDED RATES On October 31, 2013, Logan County Public Service District (District) filed a duly-verified application for a certificate of convenience and necessity to construct certain additions and improvements to its water treatment facilities in Logan County. The application is on file and available for public inspection at the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, WV. Although the District’s proposed rate increases have been previously published, Staff‘s recommended rate is higher for the minimum charge for 3-inch meters. Additionally, the Staff recommended rate for sale for resale customers was not previously published. Therefore, the District gives notice of the following: District Proposed Staff-recommended3-inch Meter Minimum Charge $282.90 $297.28Sale for Resale (per 1,000 gallons per month) 0 $ 1.65 Anyone desiring to protest or intervene should file written protest or notice ofintervention within thirty (30) days following the date of this notice unless otherwise modified by Commission Order. Failure to timely protest or intervene can affect your right to protest aspects of this certificate case, including any associated rate increases, or to participate in future proceedings. All protests or requests to intervene should be briefly state the reason for the protest or intervention. Requests to intervene must comply with the Commission’s rules on intervention set forth in the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure. All protests and interventions should be addressed to Ingrid Ferrell, Executive Secretary, P.O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323. In the absence of substantial protest received within said thirty (30) day period, theCommission may waive formal hearing and render its decision based on the evidencesubmitted with the application and the Commission’s review thereof. LOGAN COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT 4/16/14

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NOTICE To: All Interested PartiesRe: In The Matter of The Adoption of William Chance Arthur, a male infant. In The Circuit Court of Boone County, West VirginiaCivil Action No. 14-A-4 Notice is hereby given that on the 2nd day of June, 2014, at 11:30 a.m, a hearing will be held on the 2nd floor of the Boone County Courthouse (200 State Street, Madison, WV 25130) before Circuit Judge William S. Thomspon for the adoption of William Chance Arthur, a male infant, who was born on August 5, 2008, at CAMC, Women's and Children's Hospital, in Charleston, West Virginia. If you fail to respond within the required time after service, you may not appear in or receive further notice of the adoption proceeding. You may also appear to protect your rights if you so desire. A copy of the Petition may be obtained in the Circuit Clerk's Office. AS A RESULT OF THIS HEARING, YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS MAY BE TERMINATED. Matthew M. Hatfield, Esquire(WV BAR I.D. No. 8710)Hatfield & Hatfield, PLLCPost Office Box 598Madison, West Virginia 25130(304) 369-1162Counsel for Petitioner4/16, 23

2 cemetery plots for sale w/opening, closing and vault included....

2 cemetery plots for sale w/opening, closing and vault included. On the old side in the front. Call 207-316-7198

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