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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, December 4, 2014 Page 7 Customer service centers now offer three-year Royalty at the Castlewood Elementary School's Fall Festival include Prince Aden Phillips and Princess Shea Phillips and Queen Shiloh Lyttle. registration renewals Three-year vehicle reg- istration renewals are now being offered at all Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) customer service centers and DMV Select offices. Previously, customers visiting DMV had the option to renew their registration for one or two years. The three-year renewal not only saves cus- tomers time - but it also saves them a few dollars. For the past several years, DMV has offered three-year registration renewals to online cus- tomers. During the last fis- cal year, customers com- pleted more than 71,000 three-year registration renewals online. "This is yet another convenience we're offering DMV customers," DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb said. "Renewing online is your fastest option because it allows you to complete your trans- action 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from the com- fort of your own home. However, if you have to visit DMV for another transaction or if you prefer to do business in person, you can now renew your registration for three years and save yourself a little money and some time in the long run." Customers who renew their registration for two years receive a $2 discount while those who renew for three years get a $3 dis- count. If you renew online, you save an additional dol- lar. The majority of cus- tomers renewing vehicle registrations are able to complete the transaction online. More than 30 dif- ferent transactions are available at dmvNOW.com. Three-year registration renewals are not available for residents who live in a Northern Virginia locality that requires emissions inspections. Because an emission inspection is only good for two years, resi- dents in those areas can only renew their vehicle registration for one or two years at a time. completes financial review of Appalachian Power Company Directs refund to customers of $5.8 million The State Corporation Commission (SCC) has com- pleted a f'mancial review Of Appalachian Power Company that will result in a refund to Customers of Virginia's sec- ond largest provider of electric service. The SCC also rejected various proposals bY the company that had the potential to raise rates for certain customers. The SCC directives come after a review of the rates charged by the state's second largest electric utility, as required by Virginia law, for calendar years 2012 and 2013. The utility's actual performance during the two- year period is analyzed to determine where the company s earnings fell relative to the range resulting from a prior Commission approval. Following that analysis, the Commission concluded that approximately $5.825 million be returned to cus- tomers as a credit over six months. For the average .resi- dential customer, that means a total refund of approxi- mately $6.85, or about $1.14 per monthly bill for six months. The credit will begin to appear on future bills within the next 60 days. As a whole, the Commission made f'mdings which we conclude are reasonable and supported by evidence in the record. Among the significant decisions within the SCC order: - A determination that Appalachian Power earned, on average, a return on equity of approximately 11.86 per- cent on its generation and distribution services. The com- pany was authorized a return of up to 11.4 percent, based on the range resulting from a prior Commission approval. As a result, by law, 60 percent of the over-earnings must be returned to customers in the form of a credit on future bills. - A determination that the new return on equity (ROE) for Appalachian Power is 9.7 percent. The Commission considers that return fair and reason- able to the company, permits the attraction of capital on reasonable terms, fairly compensates investors for the risks assumed, enables the company to maintain its fman- cial integrity, and is in line with other peer group investor-owned electric utilities. The 9.7 percent ROE serves as the baseline for the next financial review of earnings for 2014 and 2015. - A determination that the company did not establish that it is reasonable to increase certain charges for many customers at this time. For example, the company pro- posed to increase the residential basic monthly charge from $8.35 to $16, a line item charge a customer pays regardless of the amount of electricity consumed. The Commission denied the proposal. - Approval Of two new residential demand-side man- agement programs and approval of a standby charge for certain residential customers that both receive electricity from Appalachian Power and generate electricity using facilities with capacity exceeding 10 kilowatts. The company has been directed to file revised tariffs to comply with the directives set forth in the Commission order. Buy, sell, notify, employ, through rk/ We are pledged to 551-3247. For the 12-4-tfncg the letter and spirit hearing impaired, of Virginia's and call (804) 527- Mobile Homes HUD's equal 4290. for Sale opportunity hous- ing policies. Houses for FOR SALE: 2001 Virginia's fair Sale Fleetwood mobile housing law makes home, 2BR, 1BA. it illegal to adver- HOME FOR SALE Call 276-219-3003. tise any preference, 3408 Kilborne Dr 12-4-2tpd limitation or dis- St. Paul (Grey Hill) crimination based Asking price: Miscellaneous on race, color, reli- $80,000 One level for Sale gion, national ori- ,brick, 3BR, 1BA, gin, sex, elderly, 1144 sq. ft. Heat. FOR SALE: 3 ness, familial status pump, carpet & piece bedroom or handicap. This linoleum. Anderson suite; dining table newspaper will not windows. 0.3 ac. w/6 chairs and knowingly accept Outbuilding. New glass hutch; advertising for real front porch (2013)Broyhill couch. estate that violates Call 762-5513. Call 276-794-9250. the fair housing 7-24-tfncgL 12-4-2tpd law. Our readers are hereby informed Apartments FOR SALE: Five that all dwellings for Rent prime cemetery advertised in this lots, Temple Hill. newspaper . are FOR RENT: Town- Retail $1450 lot. available on .an house style apart-Must sell! $595/1ot equal opportunity ment, 2BR 1BA. for all five! 828- basis. For more $300-$425 mo. 406-2070. information about Town & Country l l-27-4tcg Virginia's Fair Apts. 276-762- Housing Law or to 2303 between 9am- CARPETS AND file a fair housing5pm. RUGS. Free esti- complaint, call thel! 8 ffncg mates on any size Virginia Fair job. For all flooring Housing Office at Mobile Homes needs. Big M, 762- (804) 367-8530. for Rent 5956. Toll free call (888) 5-6-tfncgL Support Your Local Businesses Through The Year. Remember: They support you! Dog Kennels 10ft x 10ft x 6ft Special Price: $219.00 Big M 762-5956 Check Big M facobnek page for new Items and new spedm daayi facebook.com/ biBmstore FOR RENT: 2BR, 1BA trailer on pri- vate lot in Castlewood. $325 month; $200 deposit. No HUD. 434-969-4201, cell 434-206-2003. 11-27-2tcg MOBILE HOME For Rent, Gray Hill. References and deposit required. No pets. Call 276-762-7159. Notice The William A. Davis Clinic's A n n u a 1 Community Board Meeting will be held onDecember PREWAsHED Adults Wrangler Denim Jeans $t3.88 Everyday. Big M Store 762-5956 11, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. at Celebrate in Coeburn, Virginia. 12-4-1tcgL Ad Network AUCTION - Construction Equipment & Trucks, December 9th, 9 AM, Richmond, VA. Excavators, Dozers, Dumps & More. Accepting Items Daily thru 12/5. Motleys Asset Disposition Group, 804-232-3300x.4, www.motleys.com/ industrial, VAAL #16. MEDICAL BILLING TRAINEES NEEDED! Become a Medical Office Professional! No Experience Needed! Online Training gets you ready! HS Diploma/GED & Computer needed. 1-888-424-9419. DRIVERS-CDL TRAINING $40,000-$50,000 1st Year! Roanoke 540-857-6188 or Spotsylvania 540- 582-8200. 4 Weeks or 10 Weekends. WORK BOOTS WeC~rn boots by Rocky, Justin, Wolverine and more. Discontinued Styles now upto $40 Off per pair. Big M Store 762-5956 7UMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDMDUALS WITH MENTAl. HEALTH, INTELLECTUAL D#SABIUTIE~ AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS CMESR is currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization. Qualifications for these positions vary, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Diploma, Assodate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, and Masteds Degree positions. Please visit our website at www,cmcsb.com for more infonnat',)n on our organizaUon, and to view details of employment opportunities, CMESB Is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Guaranteed Financing, Grants and Job Placement Assistance Available. Veterans Welcome. 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Hilltop vate, quiet 22-acre homesite, stream, lake. Bring your some woods, canoe and fishing in the CLINCH VALLEY TIMES CLASSIFIEDS. T Local Real Estate A ent Blue Ridge Realty Loretta Combs Broker R.D. Sneed Ovaa er/Sa les Associate Mark Harrison Local Sales Associate Work # 7624 2 H ome # 762 5456 markharris onh ornss.e om Firm Li c ense # 0 28:072 89. VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION REPORT The following jobs are available through the Norton Virginia Employment Commission: -Sales Associates -- Norton, - Operations Team Manager -Wise -Paralegal/Legal Assistant -- Norton - Class A CDL Coal Truck Drivers -St. Paul -Insurance Sales Agent - Southwest VA - Van Driver - Norton - Convenience Store Manager - Big Stone Gap - Cashier - Nickelsville - Cook - Nickelsville - Assistant Store Manager - Pennington Gap - Store Manager - Pennington Gap -Front Desk Receptionist - Norton -EMT B Intermediate - Wise -Case Manager- Norton For more details on these and other cur- rent job orders, visit the Virginia Workforce Connection website, www.vawc.virginia.gov, come by the Norton local office of the Virginia Employment Commission at 1725 Park Avenue, SW, send an email to Norton@ vec.vir- ginia.gov, or call 276-679-9413