Clarksburg, West Virginia, Water Board Business Offices To Remain Closed To Public, Audit Reflects Success | News

Clarksburg, West Virginia, Water Board Business Offices To Remain Closed To Public, Audit Reflects Success | News

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WV News) – Clarksburg Water Board CEO Dick Welch announced at Tuesday’s regular meeting that public access to the facility’s business office will remain suspended until February 8 due to COVID concerns -19.

The suspension began on Monday and Welch said arrangements were underway with the Harrison-Clarksburg health department for the vaccination of employees.

“If our customers have questions, they can call 304-623-3711 from 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday. They can use one of our many payment options to make a payment, ”Welch said.

Water Board customers can place a check or money order in the main office parking drop box, call toll-free at 877-885-7968, connect online to, complete a direct payment registration form to make an automatic withdrawal from a bank account, pay on a mobile device via PSN Payments app or pay by mail.

Also at Tuesday’s meeting:

– The members reviewed and accepted the report of the independent auditor of the BHM CPA Group for the 2019-2020 financial year.

Welch said the group did not find any material weaknesses and the financial information was neutral, consistent and clear. The report also does not indicate any significant difficulties with management in performing and performing the audit.

“The report is designed to provide our citizens, water customers, investors and creditors with a general overview of the board’s finances and demonstrate the board’s accountability for the income, bond proceeds and other funds it receives.” , Welch said.

The total operating revenue received was $ 8.59 million, which Welch said was 104.32% of the original budget amount.

“At the end of fiscal 2020, the board had only used 85.23% of its budgeted operating expense budget. … So, gentlemen, we are doing something right, ”he said.

Board chairman Al Cox said it’s always good to budget income prudently and overstate expenses a bit.

At the start of the current year, Cox said there would be expenses for CCTV, doors and a bit of construction. They were included in the budget, he said.

Cox congratulated the team on another successful audit and said that over the past eight years there have been no significant findings on annual audits.

– An addendum to the employee handbook titled “Anti-Violence Policy”, which legal adviser Tim Stranko said simply complies with state law, was discussed.

A vote will be taken at the next meeting to add it to the manual, and every employee will receive a copy, Cox said.

– Project Manager Steve Buchanan provided a brief update on the Arlington / Glen Falls Water Line Improvement Project.

“The contractor has completed the replacement parts for the sidewalk and the concrete walkways and is completing the seeding and mulching around some yards,” he said.


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