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January 4, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

January 15, 2018-—Offices closed Martin Luther King Day

February 1, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

February 19, 2018-—Offices closed President’s Day

March 3, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

March 26, 2018—World Epilesy Day

April 5, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

May 3, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

May 8, 2018—Offices closed-Primary Election

May 15, 2018-Annual Police Memorial 11:45 at the Fayette County Courthouse Lawn

May 27, 2018—Annual Candlelight Service at huse Memorial Park at 8 pm

May 28, 2018   - Offices closed Memorial Day

June 7,  2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

June 20, 2018 - Offices closed West Virginia Day

July 4, 2018 - Offices closed Independence Day

July 5,  2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

August 2, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

September 3, 2018 - Offices closed Labor Day

September 6, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

September 26, 2018—Betty Blume Day

October 4, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

October 8, 2018     - Offices closed Columbus Day

October 20, 2018—BRIDGE DAY 9 am—3 pm

October ___-Trick or Treat– ___ pm

November 1, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

November 6, 2018- Offices closed General Election

November 12, 2018- Offices closed Veteran’s Day

November 22 & 23, 2018 - Offices closed Thanksgiving

December 6, 2018-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

December 24, 2018  - Offices closed Christmas Eve Day

December 25, 2018 - Offices closed Christmas Holiday

December 31, 2018 - Offices closed New Year’s Eve

January 1, 2019    -  Offices closed New Year’s Day       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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***Take Notice***  The first Friday and Saturday during the months May, June , July, August and September are Free Yardsale dates for the Town of Fayetteville!!

He will be greatly missed by his friends and his loving family members who include his beloved wife of 67 years, Betty; his daughter, Ann and her husband, Steve; his son, Ed and his wife, Bedelia; his brother, Bennett; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren, and 16 nieces and nephews.
J.C. Blume has graciously donated his body to the WVU Medical Center to enhance young physician training. After fulfillment of his benevolent desire, he will be placed to rest with a family memorial service at Huse Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers any remembrances may be sent to Huse Memorial Park, PO Box 298, Fayetteville, WV 25840 or to a charity of choice.
Submitted by Dodd-Payne-Hess Funeral Home, Fayetteville, WV.

The Town of Fayetteville received the 2017 West Virginia Municipal League’s All-Star Community Award in the Enrichment Category at this years annual league meeting in Morgantown.

President of the West Virginia Municipal League Tom Oxley presented the award to Town Superintendent Bill Lanham, Mayor Dennis Hanson and Councilmember Stanley Boyd. The award was based on the Second Avenue Off-System Bridge Project and the New River Recreational Trail Project. Both projects are 20/80 Grant funded by the West Virginia Department of Transportation and will greatly benefit the needs of the citizens of Fayetteville and it’s many visitors.

Julian Christian 'J.C.' Blume

June 04, 1922 - August 16, 2017

Julian's Story

Julian Christian "J.C." Blume, 95, of Fayetteville, WV peacefully passed away on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at St. Francis Hospital in Charleston, WV.
Born in Fayette Station, WV, on June 4, 1922, the son of Thelma and E.G. Blume.
J.C. lived his entire life in his beloved town of Fayetteville after serving in World War II. He worked in the postal service as postmaster until his retirement. His involvement in Fayetteville included town council membership, Huse Memorial Park Committee, American Legion Membership, and McDonald's, Tudor's, and Shoney's friendship gatherings. He was a life-long member of the Methodist Church.
One of J.C.'s greatest passions was the development and growth of Fayetteville. He loved the town and its people and was once quoted as saying, "There is no better or friendlier place to live on earth than Fayetteville, WV. Why would anyone want to live anywhere else in the world?" J.C. was proud of his family.

The Town of Fayetteville welcomes several new officers over this past year!!  Pictured below is Mayor Dennis Hanson swearing in Ptl. Paul Stalnaker,  Ptl. Glenn Chapman and Ptl. Johnny McGuire, as Chief David Kinzer holds the bible for each.