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Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

This week, I had hoped to do a year in review – but, number one, it was going to take too long, and number two, what some see as steps to success are seen...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

This news release is a few days premature, however, I feel compelled to inform the public as to why the Town has been mowing a lot of private property - specifically, the green lot...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Monday morning, one week ago, we woke up to rising water in Marlinton. It was another one of those mornings when I wished Jacob Marlin had found a hollow tree on Beard Heights to...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

By now, many of you have seen that the hanging flower baskets on Main Street have been taken down. The plants were the same as dead. Last week, leaves began dropping onto the street....

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas. Now, we look forward to a Happy New Year. It is hard to believe it has been four years since I first decided to run for Mayor of Marlinton....

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Please note: This weekly column is called The Mayor’s Corner for a reason. The items of interest that I submit to The Pocahontas Times for publication are my own comments about situations or items of...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

This week’s Mayor’s Corner is more of the monthly Mayor’s Report to Council. That report has not been completed for a couple of months. March came in like a lion. Strong winds brought down a...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

The toughest part about being busy is that it makes it hard to say “thank you” as often as it needs to be said. In this, the last Mayor’s Corner of 2018, a few...

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