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January 5, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

January 16, 2017-—Offices closed Martin Luther King Day

February 2, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

February 20, 2017-—Offices closed President’s Day

March 2, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

March 26, 2017—World Epilesy Day

April 6, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

April 21-22, 2017-—8 am-3 pm Appliance Recycling Reynolds Street

April 22, 2017-—7 pm Historic Fayette Theatre..The Big, Fun Family Talent Show.

May 4, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

May 15, 2017-Annual Police Memorial 11:45 at the Fayette County Courthouse Lawn

May 28, 2017—Annual Candlelight Service at huse Memorial Park at 8 pm

May 29, 2017   - Offices closed Memorial Day

June 1, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

June 20, 2017 - Offices closed West Virginia Day

July 4, 2017 - Offices closed Independence Day

July 6,  2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

August 3, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

September 7, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

September 4, 2017 - Offices closed Labor Day

September 26, 2017—Betty Blume Day

October 5, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

October 9, 2017     - Offices closed Columbus Day

October 21, 2017—BRIDGE DAY 9 am—3 pm

October ___-Trick or Treat– ___ pm

November 3, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

November 10, 2017- Offices closed Veteran’s Day

November 23 & 24, 2017 - Offices closed Thanksgiving

December 7, 2017-—Regular Council Meeting at 6:00 pm-Town Hall

December 22, 2017  - Offices closed Christmas Eve Day

December 25, 2017 - Offices closed Christmas Holiday

December 29, 2017 - Offices closed New Year’s Eve

January 1, 2018    -  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!!

Officials of the Town of Fayetteville held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony this morning June 1, 2017 for the Grand Opening of Sweet T’s.   Tandy Dempsey recently relocated her successful bakery and pastries shop next to the Ben Franklin store on Maple Avenue in downtown Fayetteville. Mayor Dennis Hanson presented Mrs. Dempsey with an official “First Buck in Business “ Certificate which welcomes her as one of the newest members of the business community.   The Town of Fayetteville congratulates Tandy Dempsey and wish her the very best success possible for her new business venture in Fayetteville, West Virginia. (Right to Left) On hand was Bill Lanham, Town Superintendent, Dennis Hanson, Mayor, center Tandy Dempsey, Frank Hindson, Council member, Zenda Vance, Recorder, Stanley Boyd, Councilmember and Lori Tabit, Council Member.

SWEET T’S RIBBON CUTTING!

The F.O.P. Lodge #118 and the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department will be conducting the annual Police Memorial Service on Monday, May 15, 2017 at 12:00 o’clock noon on the Fayette County Court House lawn. If inclement weather should occur, the service will be moved to the Fayette County Memorial building. We would like as many citizens as possible to attend and show their respect for all of those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

A reception will be held by the F.O.P. Lodge #118 and the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department along with the help of several other agencies on the Court House lawn immediately following the ceremony.

The Flame of Freedom located at Fayette County Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building on Maple Avenue in Fayetteville, WV will burn once again! 

Tuesday June 20, 2017 at 12 Noon.

Come for the Re-lighting !!