KEYSER - The Keyser City Council will be discussing a possible increase in parking ticket fines when they meet in regular session on Wednesday, Feb. 27.

By Liz Beavers
lbeavers@newstribune.info
Tribune Managing Editor
KEYSER - The Keyser City Council will be discussing a possible increase in parking ticket fines when they meet in regular session on Wednesday, Feb. 27.
Police chief Tom Golden had brought up the subject several months ago, saying the low fees for parking violations were not acting as a deterrent.
More recently, at the Feb. 13 council meeting, the subject was brought up again with a promise to put the item on the agenda for discussion at the next meeting.
Other items on the agenda include:
Unfinished business:
 - New pumper truck
 - Recycling
New business:
 - Approval of mobile home permit
 - Approval to purchase fireproof cabinet
 - Approval to trade F150 for an F250 (Street Department)
 - WVU Land Use Law Clinic retainer fees: 1. FEMA restrictions on lots, 2. Reviewing delapidated building ordinance.
 - Potomac Valley Transit Authority
 - Executive session for personnel.
The meeting gets underway at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the council chambers of City Hall and is open to the public.