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Danville, WV

MAYOR: Mark McClure

COUNCIL: Harold Porter, Fred Byrnside, George Chafin, Rex Burton and Ronald Nelson

RECORDER: Tony Hensley

COUNCIL MEETINGS: First Tuesday of ech month.

Police Department, 369-5428
Chief Philip Boehm
City Manager: Josh Barker 369-7050

ADDRESS: Mailing- 
                  Town of Danville
                  PO Box 217
                  Danville, WV 25053
                  731 Hopkins Ave
                  Danville, WV 25053

Police protection
Community Activities building (Danville Community Center)
Building rental for events, parties, dinners and showers.

Danville Fall Festival, Danville Opry, Boone County Fair, Horse Shows, Model Train Exhibition.

MAYOR'S COMMENT: Danville is a progressive and growing town. Our proximity to Corridor G has really helped us grow. We are home to friendly people, shops, stores and restaurants to serve the public

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Madison, WV

Incorporated 1906

MAYOR: H.H. "Sonny" Howell Jr.
COUNCIL: James "Buddy" Hudson, Jim Cooke, Danny Warner, Carolyn Mullins, P. J. Johnson

RECORDER: Randy Foxx

COUNCIL MEETINGS: First Monday of the Month
7:00 P.M. (Madison City Hall, Washington Avenue)

City Manager: Chet Burgess

Police Department: 369-1211
City Hall: 369-2762
Civic Center: 369-4647

ADDRESS:  255 Washington Ave, Madison, WV 25130

24-Hour Police & Fire Service;
Garbage & Re-Cycling; Street Snow Removal;
Lighted Parks and Walking Trails;
Boat Dock for Float Trips & Fishing

*Three Schools
*12 Churches
*Home of the West Virginia Coal Festival
*Home of the Coal Heritage Museum
*Two City Parks
*Little League Baseball Field
*Boone Memorial Hospital
*Wellness Trail
*Home to Over 3.200 Great People and 100 Great Businesses
*Children's Activity Centers
*Hotel and Motel
*Good Places to Eat
*Madison Civic Center seats 1,500 Spectators, and hosts Basketball Leagues for kids 8 thru 18;
*Many Special Events.


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Sylvester, WV

MAYOR: Manuel P. Arvon

COUNCIL: Roger Jarrell, Kim Kinder, Harry White, G.H. Meadows II, and James Massey.

RECORDER: Sandra Meadows

COUNCIL MEETINGS: First Thursday of Each Month at 7:00p.m., (Town Hall)

TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Please call 911 for emergencies (Fire, Police, Ambulance) Town Hall: 854-1930

ADDRESS: 32 Coal River Dr, Sylvester, WV 25193

CITY SERVICES: Public Service District water and sewage; Garbage Collection.

"We are approaching our 50th year as a town, and we are looking forward with optimism to the future, and embarking on the next 50 years. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life in our community." --Manuel P. Arvon

Sylvester is a great community to rear a family because of its location and facilities. The school playg round, tennis court, basketball court and well lighted streets are safe for children and adults to use for bicycling, skating, playing ball and walking. A residential community, Sylvester is home to an elementary school and five churches. The Appalachian Bible College was founded in Sylvester, and remained here for six years before re-locating near Beckley. Located on the eastern edge of Boone County along WV Route 3, Sylvester is 36 miles from Charleston, Madison, and Beckley. The town is presently engaged in projects to upgrade street lights, replace old sidewalks, storm drains and street resurfacing.

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Whitesville, WV

MAYOR: Freddie Harless

COUNCIL: Patty Manios, Pam Daniels, Susan Grubbs, Randall Kirk, Dennis Ferrell.

RECORDER: Louis Manios

COUNCIL MEETINGS: First Thursday, 7:00 p.m.

Fire Department, 854-1197
City Hall, 854-2658.

ADDRESS: 39140 Coal River Rd, Whitesville, WV 25209

Police Department
Ambulance Service
Collection service for utility payments
Whitesville State Bank
Raleigh-Boone Medical Center
Kennedy Dental Office
Armstrong Funeral Home
Valley Funeral Home
Daniel Chevrolet auto dealership
Fas Chek
Family Dollar

Whitesville is the home of Whitesville Elementary/Junior High School, a public library, swimming complex, and the annual Whitesville Big Coal River Festival. They also have the Upper Big Branch Memorial, a beautiful stone monument dedicated to the 29 miners who died in the Upper Big Branch mining disaster on April 5, 2010.

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