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ON THE PROPOSED FINANCING BY Granville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.

Date Published: June 7, 2023

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Granville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. located in Granville, West Virginia, wil allow for public comment on June 15, 2023, at 5:30 p.m.,
via the following: 1252 Main Street, Granville, WV 26534 or phone number (304) 599-
5190, for the purpose of holding a public hearing pursuant to the requirements of
Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, on a proposal the Issuer enter into an agreement to finance certain equipment. The equipment to be financed consists of One (1) New Spartan Pumper and will be maintained at the fire
station in Granville, West Virginia.
To finance the costs of such equipment and to pay costs and expenses incidental to the financing, the Issuer proposes to enter into a loan agreement with a maximum
aggregate principal amount not to exceed $685,000.00. The Issuer wil be required to pay all taxes on the equipment. The rental payments due pursuant to the loan agreement will be secured by a security interest in the equipment.
Al persons interested my phone in and be heard at the same time and place or may file written comments with the Granville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. prior to the date
of hearing set forth heretofore.

NOTICE that the Town of Granville Planning Commission will hold a public hearing and meeting on August 7, 2023 at 1:00 PM at Granville Town Hall, 1245 Main Street,
Granville, WV 26534. The public is invited to attend and submit comments on the recently drafted update to the Town of Granville Comprehensive Plan. Beginning on
Thursday, June 15, 2023, a copy of the comprehensive plan can be reviewed at Granville Town Hall, 1245 Main Street, Granville, WV 26534 during normal business hours (Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5 PM).The comprehensive plan is also available to view online at Written comments can be submitted prior to the scheduled hearing at Granville Town Hall, PO BOX 119, 1245 Main Street, Granville, WV 26534, or may be emailed to

Please follow this link for a digital copy of the final draft comprehensive plan!


The Town of Granville boasts a family-friendly community with strong character, community pride and a caring spirit. We strive to provide the right balance of professional and residential areas by offering a well-planned and growing community that inspires individuality and excellence.

The Town of Granville is committed to providing municipal services and programs essential to a desirable community in which to live, work and play while also encouraging public participation and collaboration from our citizens, visitors and businesses. To fulfill this Mission, the Town of Granville promotes and encourages a high quality of life through essential infrastructure, public safety, recreation and growth. We also strive to provide useful information in responding to and meeting the needs of our citizens, which is our highest priority.

We believe that investing in and empowering our employees through teamwork, integrity, accountability, service and respect provides a strong workforce that is key to providing an accessible and effective Town government.

Fall in love with Granville.
Fall in love with Granville.

A Town That's Easy To Fall In Love With

The Town of Granville has that special small town charm that is easy to fall in love with, yet big amenities are right around the corner, providing residents with great food and shopping just a short distance from home.

Nestled along the Monongahela River in northern West Virginia, Granville is home to the West Virginia Black Bears (, the charming Granville Park, and the Town Center with tons of shopping and food options.

Meet the Mayor: Patricia Lewis

Patricia Lewis was elected to her first term as the Mayor of The Town of Granville beginning July 1, 1991. During her term in office, she has been instrumental in developing a Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Granville and diligently working with WVU in adopting zoning to protect property owners with future land development.


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