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Weirton residents able to comment

March 7, 2014

Weirton is in the process of implementing new regulations and abilities under the state’s Home Rule program....

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RealConcernefCitizen

Mar-08-14 12:44 PM

So why don't your current code officials, on the job for 10+years! have the proper certifications? Why doesn't Weirton cross train, having certain individuals obtain training and certification for code work, while in different role. Why did the city give away all of the roads to the state under Bowman?

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RealConcernefCitizen

Mar-08-14 12:45 PM

Also, due to public pressure, they sent out an email that you can review this plan on their website.

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hiredgeek

Mar-11-14 7:55 AM

The newest code official was hired less than two months ago. Also, they are legally required to display the plan publicly, so it has nothing whatsoever to do with "public pressure."

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RealConcernefCitizen

Mar-11-14 8:05 AM

Hired geek, you are so wrong. The city typically make people come to the office to read public documents, and stated as much in their first press release. Additionally, this so called new hire is simply a replacement for one that quit, and has nothing to do with this hone rule proposal.

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RealConcernefCitizen

Mar-11-14 8:06 AM

They are legally required to post their minutes too, so they do, 8 months after the meeting.

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