Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Part of the Mayor’s Report at Monday night’s council meeting included: Commending citizen John Neely for requesting that council add the Pledge of Allegiance to the agenda. The town has received more complaints about dogs. Some...

Mayor’s Corner

Dear Property Owner(s); All Town of Marlinton property owners may not be aware of the impact that vacant or abandoned buildings have on our community. Vacant structures throughout the town send a negative message to...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

“In Doddridge County, officials have seen the economic effects of multiple pipelines that are under construction. The Doddridge County Commission President is on record as saying; ‘When I began, as commissioner 5 1/2 years...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

A REMINDER to all property owners within the boundaries of the Town of Marlinton:  “If you have or are planning to rent RV space for periods that exceed 30 days per quarter year,” you...

Mayor’s Corner

After a devastating fire in 1906 the Town of Marlinton formed three hose companies. The first motorized pumper was purchased in 1932 at a cost of $1,400. The unit was housed in the...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

There used to be a restaurant, on the left side of Rt. 39, near the city limit of Richwood. The business had been closed for several years and the building grew into such disrepair...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Don’t forget Veterans Day In The Holy Bible, Philippians 1:3 tells us: I thank my God every time I remember you. That is good instruction for each of us, as we prepare to commemorate Veterans Day. This...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

The house fire on Second Avenue Monday evening changed this week’s Mayor’s Corner. Fire danger should remind all of us of the importance of taking all precautions against the threat of a house fire....