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Panhandle Live for Oct. 15, 2012
by Hans Fogle,posted Oct 15 2012 11:34AM
Republican candidate for Berkeley County Council Elaine Mauckw as with us this morning to talk about her bid for re-election. She says there is more to do and touted a few of the things she feels are better after her two years in office. Learn more about her and her campaign with a phone call at (304) 702-3779 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
We also chatted with Democratic incumbent Natalie Tennant. She wants to serve another term in office and spent some time this morning answering some of the accusations leveled in the campaign. She also explained what has been accomplished in her first term. Learn more at her website.
And Martinsburg mayor George Karos and City Manager Mark Baldwin stopped by to talk some fun and some city business. Of course Apple Harvest is here. Both Mayor Karos and Mr. Baldwin seemed excited to see many of those festivities brought to the roundhouse this year. They also talked about the necessity to create a new wastewater treatment facility for the city. They just floated a bond for the engineering phase. They said the schedule is tight, but the city should be in compliance with new EPA regulations by the 2015 deadline.