Here at Pirate Things, if you haven’t noticed, it’s about privacy, freedom and balance. All three of those things are included in this article relating to a recent political spat between two local candidates – Or, I should say with one candidate. This article/post was produced to resurface the content that should be viewable by … Read moreForget defamation, don’t bring kids into political attacks (Candidate Sheriff Baniak’s deleted content)
Keyser’s latest May 22, 2019 meeting was packed with returns to allegations made by various citizens involving FAITH Productions.
In the almost fifteen minute interview, councilman William (Billy) Zacot describes the trash service would operate as any other existing trash company does now.
On March 28, 2012, at the City Hall, City Council and citizens discussed and reported on activity within the city. Discussing fund-raising, ordinances, vending machine usage, the Mayor’s alleged business activities, and the suggestion of Councilman Clinton Faulk’s suspension due to investigation. “First of all, I’d like to thank the Mayor and City Council, for … Read moreMineral County: Keyser: City Council Meeting (March 28, 2012)
The Piedmont City Council meeting on March 28, 2012, discussed topics such as worries and concerns from citizens, the Piedmont Police Department, possible fundraisers for the town, and the audience witnessed an argument among the Council members. The beginning of the meeting started off with concerned citizens voicing opinions and asking questions. One such man, … Read moreMineral County: Piedmont City Council Meeting (March 28, 2012)
West Virginia currently suffers from business opportunity when dealing with taxes. “We have the 7th highest corporate tax rate in the nation,” said House of Delegates, District 49 Gary Howell, “[…] What government can do is create an atmosphere that’s friendly to business, to create those jobs. And basically, our corporate income tax makes us … Read moreBusiness, West Virginia, and Gary Howell
By Crecia Kerbo The new bridge being built between Keyser, WV, and McCoole, MD, is very much needed due to the age of the current bridge connecting the two towns. The new intersections being built to help Keyser’s traffic adjust to the new position of the bridge, though, are posing unsafe driving conditions. One such … Read moreKeyser: New Intersections Could Cause Accidents
On March 14, 2012, Mayor Randy Amtower said his business was took-over by another man.