Mayor outlines 10 steps Buckhannon is taking to protect staff and citizens in wake of ‘stay home’ order
Buckhannon Mayor David McCauley

Mayor outlines 10 steps Buckhannon is taking to protect staff and citizens in wake of ‘stay home’ order

I again want to reassure the citizens of our B-U community that our City continues to work closely with county & state health department officials regarding the threat posed by…

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City bans gatherings of 10-plus, encourages residents to self-isolate
A photo of Mayor David McCauley and city recorder Randy Sanders from council's March 5 meeting. Channel 3 partnered with the City of Buckhannon to livestream Thursday's council meeting to allow the public real-time access to the meeting and other keep preventative health measures intact.

City bans gatherings of 10-plus, encourages residents to self-isolate

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BUCKHANNON – Groups of 10 or more people are no longer permitted to congregate within the corporate limits of the City of Buckhannon, and city officials are strongly recommending residents…

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The show must go on: Despite cancellation of art exhibition, Colonial Theatre renovation inches closer to finish line
A view of Main Street from inside the Colonial Theatre last week, when mayor David McCauley took My Buckhannon and other media outlets on a tour of the historic theater.

The show must go on: Despite cancellation of art exhibition, Colonial Theatre renovation inches closer to finish line

BUCKHANNON – The gallery at the Colonial Theater was set to open this past Saturday, March 14, for an Upshur County Schools-wide Youth Art Exhibition. However, concerns over the spread…

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City asks residents and businesses to utilize remote payment options, encourages social distancing

BUCKHANNON, W.Va -- The City of Buckhannon asks residents and businesses to utilize our various remote payment options as a COVID-19 preparedness action. You may pay your utility bill: Online at http://buckhannonwv.org/pay-utility-bills/By calling 1-866-933-4026By…

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Mayor: Essential services will continue uninterrupted, City Hall will remain open, but SYCC to close

Buckhannon mayor David McCauley assured residents that the essential services offered by the city will continue uninterrupted amidst other disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our city is a provider…

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Council approves acquisition of old bank drive-thru lot
City engineer Jay Hollen outlines a plan for the 1.03-acre lot on Madison Street, where the old Chase Bank drive-thru was once located. The city approved a purchase agreement in which it will pay $200,000 in exchange for Citizens Bank, which currently owns the lot, donating $100,000 to the SYCC capital campaign for a new multi-purpose facility.

Council approves acquisition of old bank drive-thru lot

BUCKHANNON – City officials say they would use the acre of land on which the old Chase Bank drive-thru was located to construct additional restroom facilities, a picnic area, more…

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